Rutland

Rutland, the smallest county of England, bounded by Lincoln, Northampton, and Leicester; has a pleasant undulating surface, with valleys in the E., and extensive woods; is watered by the Welland; is largely pastoral, and raises fine sheep; dairy produce (especially cheese) and wheat are noted; Oakham is the capital.

Population (circa 1900) given as 21,000.

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

Ruthwell Cross * Ruysdael, Jacob
Russell of Killowen, Charles Russell, Lord
Russia
Rustchuk
Rutebeuf
Ruthenians
Rutherford, Samuel
Rutherglen
Ruthin
Ruthven, Raid of
Ruthwell Cross
Rutland
Ruysdael, Jacob
Ruyter, Michael de
Ryan, Loch
Rybinsk
Ryde
Rye
Rye House Plot
Rymer, Thomas
Rysbrach, Michael
Ryswick, Peace of

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Antique pictures of Rutland

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Baker, Henry
Barker, Thomas
Cavendish, William [1592–1691]
Cecil, William
Cheke, Sir John
Cibber, Colley
Closterman, John
Cooper, Anthony Ashley [1671–1713]
Cromwell, Thomas
Dallington, Sir Robert
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