Salisbury

Salisbury, a cathedral city, and capital of Wiltshire, 84 m. WSW. of London; the cathedral, founded in 1225, and frequently added to and restored, is one of the finest specimens of Early English architecture; has a number of other interesting old buildings—churches, almshouses, inns, an endowed school, &c.; agriculture is the staple industry; also called New Sarum, and a mile to the N. is the half-obliterated site of Old Sarum, with many interesting historical associations; while round the neighbourhood sweeps the wide, undulating, pastoral Salisbury Plain, with its Druidical circle of Stonehenge (q.v.).

Population (circa 1900) given as 17,000.

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

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Sale, Sir Robert Henry
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Salerno
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Salford
Salic Law
Salicylic Acid
Salisbury
Salisbury, Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoigne Cecil, Marquis of
Sallust
Salmasius
Salmon, George
Salomon, Johann Peter
Salonica
Salsette
Salt, Sir Titus
Salt Lake City
Salt Range

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Abbot, Robert
Addison, Joseph
Alexander [No. 3]
Allix, Peter
Almarus, Elmarus, Elmerus
Ammonius, Andrew
Anselm
Audley, Edmund
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