Forth (18821890)

Forth, a river of Scotland, formed by the junction of Duchray Water and the Avondhu, streams which rise one on Ben Lomond and the other on Ben Venue, and which, after 14 and 9 m., unite at Aberfoyle; the river thence flows with many windings, called Links, through some of the fairest country of the eastern lowlands to Alloa (51½ m.), where begins the Firth, which stretches 51 m. to the German Ocean, and which at Queensferry is spanned by a massive railway bridge known as the Forth Bridge (18821890).

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

Fortescue, Sir John * Fortuna
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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
Forty Thieves
Forwards, Marshal
Foscolo, Ugo
Foster, Birket
Foster, John


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Agricola, Cneius Julius
Boyd, Robert
Brindley, James
Drummond, William
Dunbar, William
Erskine, Henry
Home, Henry
Roebuck, John
Wallace, Sir William