Warwickshire

Warwickshire, central county of England; is traversed by the Avon, a tributary of the Severn; the north portion, which was at one time covered by the forest of Arden, is now, from its mineral wealth, one of the busiest industrial centres of England; it contains the birthplace of Shakespeare; Birmingham is the largest town.

Population (circa 1900) given as 805,000.

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

Warwick, Richard Neville, Earl of * Wash, The
Ward, Artemus
Ward, Mrs. Humphry
Ward, William George
Warrington
Wars of the Roses
Warsaw
Wartburg
Warton, Thomas
Warwick
Warwick, Richard Neville, Earl of
Warwickshire
Wash, The
Washington
Washington
Washington, George
Waterbury
Waterford
Waterloo
Watling Street
Watson, William
Watt, James

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Antique pictures of Warwickshire

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Abbot, George [No. 3]
Addison, Joseph
Agard, Arthur
Aglionby, Edward
Allestry, Richard
Annesley, Samuel
Arden, Edward
Ashmole, Elias
Atterbury, Francis
Bishop, William
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