Bromley

Bromley, a market-town in Kent, 10 m. SE. of London, where the bishops of Rochester had their palace, and where there is a home called Warner's College for clergymen's widows.

Population (circa 1900) given as 21,000.

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

Bromine * Brompton
Brodie, Sir Benjamin
Brodie, William
Broglie, Albert
Broglie, Charles Victor, Duc de
Broglie, Victor François, Duc de
Broke, Sir Philip Bowes Vere
Bromberg
Brome, Alexander
Brome, Richard
Bromine
Bromley
Brompton
Bröndsted, Peter Olaf
Brongniart, Adolphe
Brongniart, Alexandre
Bronte
Brontë
Bronze Age
Bronzi`no
Brook Farm
Brooke, Henry

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Abney, Sir Thomas
Bingham, Joseph
Buckeridge, John
Denne, John
Dolben, John
Finch, Daniel
Gastrell, Francis
Hatton, Sir Christopher
Hawkesworth, John
Hill, Joseph
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