Dorset

Dorset, maritime county in the S. of England, with a deeply indented coast; it consists of a plain between two eastward and westward reaching belts of downs; is mainly a pastoral county; rears sheep and cattle, and produces butter and cheese.

Population (circa 1900) given as 194,000.

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

D'Orsay, Count * Dort
Doris
Dorislaus, Isaac
Dorking
Dorn
Dorner, Isaak August
Dornoch
Doros
Dorothea, St.
Dorpat
D'Orsay, Count
Dorset
Dort
Dortmund
Dory, John
Do-the-Boys'-Hall
Douay
Doubs
Doubting Castle
Douce, Francis
Douglas
Douglas-1

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Dorset in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Abbot, George
Audley, Thomas
Aylmer, John
Baker, Sir John
Baldwin, William
Bancroft, Richard
Berkeley, George
Betterton, Thomas
Bingham, George
Bodley, Sir Thomas
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