Durham

Durham, an ancient city on the Wear, with a noble cathedral and a castle, once the residence of the bishop, now a university seat, in the heart of a county of the same name (1,106), rich in coal-fields, and with numerous busy manufacturing towns.

Population (circa 1900) given as 15,000.

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

Durgâ * Durham, Admiral
Duquesne, Abraham, Marquis
Dura Den
Durance
Durand
Durandal
Durban
Durbar
Dürer, Albert
D'Urfey, Tom
Durgâ
Durham
Durham, Admiral
Durham, John G. L., Earl of
Durward, Quentin
Düsseldorf
Dutens, Joseph
Dutens, Louis
Dutrochet
Duumvirs
Duval, Claude
Dwight, Timothy

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Antique pictures of Durham

Links here from Chalmers

Abbot, George
Adam Scotus
Adams, Fitzherbert
Aldhun
Alfred, The Great
Allan, George
Andrews, Lancelot
Anselm
Arabella, Stuart
Argall, John
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