Circuits

Circuits, districts outside of London into which England is divided for judicial purposes, for the trial of civil as well as criminal cases connected with them; are seven in number—the Midland, the Oxford, the North-Eastern, the South-Eastern, the Northern, the Western, and North Wales and South Wales; the courts are presided over by a judge sent from London, or by two, and are held twice a year, or oftener if the number of cases require it.

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

Circean poison * Circulation of the Blood
Cinq-Mars, Henri, Marquis de
Cinqué Cento
Cinque Ports
Cintra
Cipango
Cipriani
Circars, The
Circassia
Circe
Circean poison
Circuits
Circulation of the Blood
Circumcision
Circumlocution Office
Cisalpine Gaul
Cisalpine Republic
Cisleithania
Cistercians
Cithæron
Cities of Refuge
Cities of the Plain