Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire, English S. midland county, lying E. of Oxford, W. of Bedford and Hertford, is full of beautiful and varied scenery; hill, dale, wood, and water. The Thames forms the southern boundary, the Ouse flows through the N., and the Thame through the centre. The Chiltern Hills cross the county. Agriculture is the prevailing industry; dairy produce, cattle and poultry feeding, and sheep rearing the sources of wealth. The county town is Buckingham (3), on the Ouse, 60 m. NW. of London.

Population (circa 1900) given as 185,000.

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

Buckingham, James Silk * Buckland, Francis (Frank)
Buchanan, James
Buchanan, Robert
Buchanites
Bucharest
Buchez, Joseph
Büchner, Ludwig
Buchon
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of
Buckingham, James Silk
Buckinghamshire
Buckland, Francis (Frank)
Buckland, William
Buckle, George Earle
Buckle, Henry Thomas
Buckstone, John Baldwin
Buda-Pesth
Budastis
Buddha, Gautama
Buddhism
Bude-light

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Antique pictures of Buckinghamshire

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Aikman, William
Aldrich, Robert
Alley, William
Allibond, John
Allibond, Peter
Anderson, George [No. 3]
Anderson, Sir Edmund
Andrews, Lancelot
Baxter, Richard
Bernard, Sir Francis
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