Halidon Hill

Halidon Hill, an eminence in Northumberland, on the Tweed, 2 m. from Berwick, the scene of a bloody battle in 1333 between the English and Scots, to the defeat of the latter.

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

Halicarnassus * Halifax
Halcyon Days
Haldane, Robert
Hale, Sir Matthew
Hales, Alexander of
Hales, John
Hales, Stephen
Halévy, Jacques François Elias
Halévy, Joseph
Haliburton, Thomas Chandler
Halicarnassus
Halidon Hill
Halifax
Halifax, Charles Montague, Earl of
Halifax, George Saville, Marquis of
Hall, Basil
Hall, Charles Francis
Hall
Hall, Joseph
Hall, Robert
Hall, Samuel Carter
Hallam, Arthur Henry