Scarborough

Scarborough, a popular seaside town and watering-place on the Yorkshire coast; built on rising ground on the shores of a fine bay; is a place of great antiquity, with interesting ruins; has churches, harbour, piers, and a fine promenade; noted for the manufacture of jet.

Population (circa 1900) given as 34,000.

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

Scandinavia * Scarpa, Antonio
Saxony, Prussian
Sayce, Alexander Henry
Scævola, Caius Mucius
Scafell
Scale, Delfa
Scaliger, Joseph Justus
Scaliger, Julius Cæsar
Scanderbeg
Scanderoon
Scandinavia
Scarborough
Scarpa, Antonio
Scarron, Paul
Scattery Island
Scepticism
Sceptre
Schadow, Johannes Gottfried
Schaff, Philip
Schaffhausen
Schäffle, Dr. Albert
Schall, Johann Adam von

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Antique pictures of Scarborough

Links here from Chalmers

Anson, George
Baston, Robert
Calvert, James
Cavendish, William [1592–1691]
Collins, John
Cowley, Abraham
Echard, Laurence
Fiddes, Richard
Geddes, Michael
Graves, Richard
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