Exeter

Exeter, the capital of Devonshire, on the Exe, 75 m. SW. of Bristol, a quaint old town; contains a celebrated cathedral founded in 1112.

Population (circa 1900) given as 50,000.

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

Exelmans, Remy Joseph Isodore, Comte * Exeter Hall
Evolution
Ev`ora
Evremond, Saint
Evreux
Ewald, Georg Heinrich August von
Ewald, Johannes
Ewige Jude
Excalibur
Excommunication
Exelmans, Remy Joseph Isodore, Comte
Exeter
Exeter Hall
Exmoor
Exmouth
Exodus
“Exodus from Houndsditch,”
Exogens
Exorcism
Exoteric
Externality
Extreme Unction

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