Fort Augustus

Fort Augustus, a small village on the Caledonian Canal, 33 m. SW. of Inverness; the fort, built in 1716 and enlarged in 1730, was utilised as a barrack during the disturbances in the Highlands, but after being dismantled and again garrisoned down to 1857, it finally, in 1876, passed into the hands of the Benedictines (q.v.), who have converted it into an abbey and college.

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

Forster, William Edward * Fort George
Fornarina
Forres
Forrest, Edwin
Fors Clavigera
Förster, Ernst
Förster, Friedrich Christoph
Forster, Johann George Adam
Forster, Johann Reinhold
Forster, John
Forster, William Edward
Fort Augustus
Fort George
Fort William
Fortescue, Sir John
Forth
Fortuna
Fortunatus
Forty Thieves
Forum
Forwards, Marshal
Foscari

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Abercromby, Sir Ralph
Johnson, Samuel [1709–1737]