Hexham

Hexham, an interesting old town in Northumberland, prettily situated on the Tyne, 24 m. W. of Newcastle; has a fine cruciform abbey church, portions of which belong to the 12th century, and beautiful remains of a 7th-century monastery; the staple industries are glove and hat making; the river is spanned by a stone bridge of nine arches.

Population (circa 1900) given as 6,000.

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

Hexateuch * Heylin, Peter
Hesperides
Hesperus
Hesse
Hesse-Cassel
Hesse-Nassau
Hestia
Hesychasts
Hesychius
Heuschrecke, Hofrath
Hexateuch
Hexham
Heylin, Peter
Heyne, Christian Gottlob
Heyse, Paul Johann
Heywood
Heywood, John
Hezekiah
Hiawatha
Hibbert Lectures
Hibernia
Hicks, Elias

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