Rye

Rye, an interesting old port in the SE. corner of Sussex, situated on rising ground flanked by two streams, 63 m. SE. from London, one of the Cinque Ports (q.v.); the retiral of the sea has left it now 2 m. inland; has a fine Norman and Early English church.

Population (circa 1900) given as 4,000.

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

Ryde * Rye House Plot
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
Saadi
Saale
Saarbrück
Sabadell
Sabæans
Sabaoth

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Antique pictures of Rye

Links here from Chalmers

Boyle, Robert
Chifflet, John James
Eudes, John
Randolph, Thomas [1701–1783]
Twyne, Brian