Clapham

Clapham, a SW. suburb of London, in the county of Surrey, 4 m. from St. Paul's, and inhabited by a well-to-do middle-class community, originally of evangelical principles, and characterised as the Clapham Set.

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

Clan-na-Gael * Clapperton, Captain Hugh
Civil Service
Civilis, Claudius
Civita Vecchia
Clackmannanshire
Clair, St.
Clairaut, Alexis Claude
Clairvaux
Clairvoyance
Clan
Clan-na-Gael
Clapham
Clapperton, Captain Hugh
Clärchen
Clare
Clare, John
Clare, St.
Claremont
Clarence, Duke of
Clarenceux
Clarendon
Clarendon, Edward Hyde

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Hammond, Dr. Henry
Pepys, Samuel
Venn, Henry
Wilkinson, Henry [1609–1675]