Covent Garden

Covent Garden, properly Convent Garden, as originally the garden of Westminster Abbey, the great fruit, flower, and vegetable market of London; is one of the sights of London early on a summer morning.

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

Covenanters * Coventry
Cousin-Montauban
Cousins, Samuel
Couston
Couthon, Georges
Coutts, Thomas
Couvade
Couza, Prince
Covenant, Solemn League and
Covenant, The National
Covenanters
Covent Garden
Coventry
Coventry, Sir John
Coverdale, Miles
Coverley, Sir Roger de
Cowell, John
Cowen, Frederick Hymen
Cowes
Cowley, Abraham
Cowley, Henry Wellesley, Earl
Cowper, William

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Cumberland, Richard [1732–1811]
Davies, Thomas
Desaguliers, John-Theophilus
Digby, Sir Kenelm
Greaves, John
Harley, Robert
Horneck, Dr. Anthony
Quin, James
Wright, Joseph