Hammersmith

Hammersmith, a parliamentary borough of Middlesex, on the N. side of the Thames, forms a part of W. London.

Population (circa 1900) given as 97,000.

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

Hammerfest * Hammond, Henry
Hamilton, Alexander
Hamilton, Elizabeth
Hamilton, Emma, Lady
Hamilton, Patrick
Hamilton, William
Hamilton, Sir William
Hamilton, Sir William Rowan
Hamiltonian System
Hammer
Hammerfest
Hammersmith
Hammond, Henry
Hampden, John
Hampden, Renn Dickson
Hampole, Richard Rolle
Hampshire, Hants
Hampstead
Hampton
Hanau
Hancock, Winfield Scott
Händel

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Crispe, Sir Nicholas
Dodington, George Bubb
Elphinston, James
Jenkins, Sir Leoline
Morland, Sir Samuel, Bart.
Murphy, Arthur
Schnebbelie, Jacob
Wintringham, Clifton
Worlidge, Thomas