Chichester

Chichester, a cathedral city in the W. of Sussex, 17 m. NE. of Portsmouth, with a port on the Channel 2 m. SW. of it; chief trade in agricultural produce.

Population (circa 1900) given as 9,000.

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

Chicheley, Henry * Chichevache
Chézy, De
Chiabrera, Gabriello
Chia`na
Chiapas, Las
Chiaroscuro
Chibchas
Chica
Chicago
Chicard
Chicheley, Henry
Chichester
Chichevache
Chickasaws
Chiclana
Chief
Chiem-see
Chien de Jean de Nivelle
Chië`ti
Chigi
Chigoe
Chihua`hua

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