Radcliffe

Radcliffe, a prosperous town of Lancashire, on the Irwell, 7 m. NW. of Manchester; manufactures cotton, calico, and paper; has bleaching and dye works, and good coal-mines.

Population (circa 1900) given as 20,000.

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

Rack * Radcliffe, Mrs. Ann
Rabant de St. Étienne
Rabat
Rabbi
Rabbism
Rabelais, François
Races of Mankind
Rachel, Eliza
Racine
Racine, Jean
Rack
Radcliffe
Radcliffe, Mrs. Ann
Radcliffe, John
Radetzky, Johann, Count von
Radicals
Radnorshire
Radowitz, Joseph von
Rae, John
Raeburn, Sir Henry
Raff, Joachim
Raffles, Sir Thomas Stamford

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