Brentford

Brentford, market-town in Middlesex, on the Brent, 10 m. W. of London, that figures in history and literature.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Brentano, Clemens * Brenz, Johann
Brehon Laws
Bremen
Bremer, Fredrika
Bremer, Sir James
Bremerhaven
Brendan, St.
Brenner Pass
Brennus
Brenta
Brentano, Clemens
Brentford
Brenz, Johann
Brescia
Breslau
Bressay
Brest
Bréton, Jules Adolphe
Breton de los Herreros
Breteuil, Baron de
Brethren of the Common Life
Bretschneider, Henry Gottfried von

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Brentford in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Evelyn, John
Gresham, Sir Thomas
Hawkins, Sir John [No. 3]
Johnson, Thomas [No. 3]
Jones, Inigo
Kirby, John Joshua
Lilburne, John
Macfarlane, Robert
Noy, William
Pearce, Zachary
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