Guildford

Guildford, capital of Surrey, on the Wey, 30 m. SW. of London, a quaint old town with several interesting buildings, and the ruins of a Norman castle; is noted for its “Surrey wheats” and live-stock markets; and has corn, paper, and powder-mills, also iron-works.

Population (circa 1900) given as 14,000.

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

Guignes, Joseph de * Guildhall
Guest, Edwin
Gueux
Guiana
Guicciardini
Guichard, Karl
Guicowar
Guido Aretinus
Guido Reni
Guienne
Guignes, Joseph de
Guildford
Guildhall
Guildhall School of Music
Guilds
Guillotine
Guinea
Guinegate
Guinevere
Guiscard, Robert
Guise
Guise, Charles, Cardinal of Lorraine, Duke of

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Antique pictures of Guildford

Links here from Chalmers

Abbot, George
Abbot, Robert
Allen, Anthony
Boscawen, Right Hon. Edward
Burton, John
Cornwallis, Charles, First Marquis
Dudley, John
Fairfax, Thomas, Lord
Hooper, Dr. George
Keate, George
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