Richmond

Richmond, 1, an interesting old borough (4) in Yorkshire, on the Swale, 49 m. N.W. of York; has a fine 11th-century castle, now partly utilised as barracks, remains of a Franciscan friary, a racecourse, &c. 2, A town (23) in Surrey, 9 m. W. of London; picturesquely situated on the summit and slope of Richmond Hill, and the right bank of the Thames; has remains of the royal palace of Sheen, a magnificent deer park, a handsome river bridge, &c.; supplies London with fruit and vegetables; has many literary and historical associations. 3, Capital (85) of Virginia, U.S.; has a hilly and picturesque site on the James River, 116 m. S. of Washington; possesses large docks, and is a busy port, a manufacturing town (tobacco, iron-works, flour and paper mills), and a railway centre; as the Confederate capital it was the scene of a memorable, year-long siege during the Civil War, ultimately falling into the hands of Grant and Sheridan in 1865.

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

Richelieu, Armand-Jean Duplessis, Cardinal de * Richmond, Legh
Richard I.
Richard II.
Richard III.
Richard of Cirencester
Richards, Alfred Bate
Richardson, Sir Benjamin Ward
Richardson, Charles
Richardson, Sir John, M.D.
Richardson, Samuel
Richelieu, Armand-Jean Duplessis, Cardinal de
Richmond
Richmond, Legh
Richter, Jean Paul Friedrich
Richthofen, Baron von
Ricord, Philippe
Ridley, Nicolas
Riehm, Edward
Rienzi, Cola di
Riesengebirge
Rifacimento
Riff

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