Newport

Newport, 1, capital of the Isle of Wight (10), and near its centre; in its vicinity is Carisbrooke Castle, where Charles I. was imprisoned. 2, The largest town in Monmouth (54), at the mouth of the Usk, engaged in manufacture of various kinds, but chiefly as a port for the export of minerals, which is very large. 3, A town in Rhode Island, U.S., (19), a fashionable watering-place, as well as a manufacturing; was for a time the residence of Bishop Berkeley.

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

Newman, Francis William * Newstead Abbey
New Zealand
Newark
Newcastle-under-Lyme
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Newcomen, Thomas
Newdigate, Sir Roger
Newfoundland
Newgate
Newman, John Henry
Newman, Francis William
Newport
Newstead Abbey
Newton, Sir Isaac
Newton, John
Newton, Thomas
Ney, Michel
Ngami, Lake
Niagara
Niam-niam
Nibelung
Nibelungen Lied

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Allestry, Richard
Atterbury, Francis
Atterbury, Lewis [1656–1732]
Baxter, Richard
Berkeley, George
Booth, Henry
Cary, Lucius
Chelsum, James
Cotton, Sir Rohert Bruce
Cowper, William [No. 4]
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