Taunton

Taunton, 1, (18), a trim, pleasantly-situated town of Somersetshire (18), on the Tone, 45 m. SW. of Bristol; has a fine old castle founded in the 8th century, rebuilt in the 12th century, and having interesting associations with Perkin Warbeck, Judge Jeffreys, and Sydney Smith; has various schools, a college, barracks, &c.; noted for its hosiery, glove, and silk manufactures, and is also a busy agricultural centre. 2, Capital (31) of Bristol County, Massachusetts, on the Taunton River, 34 m. S. of Boston, a well equipped and busy manufacturing town.

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

Tauler, Johann * Taurida
Tasso, Bernardo
Tasso, Torquato
Tatar
Tate, Nahum
Tatius, Achilles
Tattersall's
Tattooing
Tau, Cross of
Tauchnitz, Karl Cristoph Traugott
Tauler, Johann
Taunton
Taurida
Taurus
Taurus, Mount
Tavernier, Jean Baptist, Baron d'Aubonne
Tavira
Tavistock
Taxidermy
Tay
Taygetus
Taylor, Bayard

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