Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire, maritime county in the E. of England, between the Humber and the Wash, next to Yorkshire in size, consists of upland country in the W., chalk downs in the E., and fens in the S., but these well reclaimed and cultivated. It is watered by the Trent, Witham, and Welland, and crossed by numerous canals. Iron abounds in the W.; sheep, cattle, and horses are raised. Grimsby is a shipping and fishing centre. Sir Isaac Newton and Lord Tennyson were born in the county, which has many historic associations.

Population (circa 1900) given as 473,000.

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

Lincoln's Inn * Lincrusta Walton
Lima
Limburg
Limbus
Limelight
Limerick
Limited Liability
Limoges
Lincoln
Lincoln, Abraham
Lincoln's Inn
Lincolnshire
Lincrusta Walton
Lind, Jenny
Lindley, John
Lindsay
Lindsay
Linga
Lingard, John
Lingua Franca
Linlithgow
Linnæus

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Ailred
Aldrich, Robert
Alfred, The Great
Amherst, Jeffery, Lord Amherst
Anderson, Sir Edmund
Angel, John
Armstrong, John
Askew, Anne
Ayscue, Sir George
Balguy, John
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