Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire or Herts (220), an inland county of England, occupying a central position between Buckingham and Bedford on the W. and Essex on the E.; the surface is undulating and much covered with wood; the Lea and the Colne are the chief rivers; large crops of barley, wheat, and hay are raised; straw-plaiting and the manufacture of paper, silk, and chemicals are carried on extensively, while Ware is the centre of the English malting trade; St. Albans (q.v.) is the largest town.

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

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Herzen, Alexander
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