Cumberland

Cumberland, a county in N. of England, of mountain and dale, with good agricultural and pasture land, and a rich coal-field on the coast, as well as other minerals in the interior.

Population (circa 1900) given as 250,000.

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

Cumæ * Cumberland, Dr. Richard
Cudworth, Ralph
Cuenca
Cujas
Culdees
Cullen, Paul
Cullen, William
Culloden
Culpeper, Nicholas
Culverwel, Nathaniel
Cumæ
Cumberland
Cumberland, Dr. Richard
Cumberland, Richard
Cumberland, William Augustus, Duke of
Cumbria
Cumming, Gordon
Cumming, John
Cunard, Sir Samuel
Cunaxa
Cunctator
Cune`iform

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Addison, Joseph
Aglionby, John
Alfaro-Y-Gamon, Juan D'
Amherst, Jeffery, Lord Amherst
Aristophanes
Arne, Thomas Augustine
Ayloffe, Sir Joseph
Baliol, John De
Bankes, Sir John
Barrington, Hon. Samuel
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