Hitchin

Hitchin, a very old and still prosperous town of Hertfordshire, on the Hiz, 14 m. NW. of Hertford; does a flourishing trade in corn, malt, and flour; brewing and straw-plaiting are important industries, and it has long been noted for its lavender and lavender water.

Population (circa 1900) given as 9,000.

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

Hitchcock, Edward * Hitopadesa
Hippias
Hippocrates
Hippocrene
Hippodami`a
Hippolytë
Hippolytus, St.
Hispania
Hissar
Histology
Hitchcock, Edward
Hitchin
Hitopadesa
Hittites
Hitzig, Ferdinand
Hoadly, Benjamin
Hoang-ho
Hobart
Hobart Pasha
Hob`bema, Meindert
Hobbes, Thomas
Hobhouse, John Cam

Nearby

Links here from Chalmers

Gordon, William
Herbert, William [1718–1795]
Hildesley, Mark
Jones, John [No. 4]
Lovibond, Edward
Whitehead, Paul