Colchester

Colchester, the largest town in Essex, 51 m. from London, on the right bank of the Colne, of great antiquity, and with Roman remains; has been long famous for its oyster fishery; has silk manufactures; is the port of outlet of a large corn-growing district.

Population (circa 1900) given as 35,000.

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

Colburn, Zerah * Colchester, Charles Abbot, Lord
Cogito, ergo sum
Cognac
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Coila
Coimbatore
Coimbra
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Coke, Sir Edward
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Colburn, Zerah
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Colchester, Charles Abbot, Lord
Colchis
Coldstream Guards
Cole, Henry
Cole, King
Colebrooke, Henry Thomas
Colenso, Dr.
Coleridge, Hartley
Coleridge, Henry Nelson
Coleridge, John Duke, Lord

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