Rugby

Rugby, a town in Warwickshire, at the junction of the Swift and the Avon, 83 m. NW. of London; an important railway centre and seat of a famous public school founded in 1567, of which Dr. Arnold (q.v.), and Archbishops Tait and Temple were famous head-masters, is one of the first public schools in England, and scholars number about 450.

Population (circa 1900) given as 11,000.

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

Rudra * Ruge, Arnold
Rubicon
Rubinstein, Anton
Rubrics
Ruby
Rückert, Friedrich
Ruddiman, Thomas
Rudolf I.
Rudolf II.
Rudolf Lake
Rudra
Rugby
Ruge, Arnold
Rügen
Ruhr
Rule of Faith
Rum
Rumford, Count
Rump, The
Runcorn
Runeberg, Johan Ludwig
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