Weimar

Weimar, capital of the grand-duchy of Saxe-Weimar, in a valley on the left bank of the Ilm, 13 m. E. of Erfurt, and famous as for many years the residence of the great Goethe and the illustrious literary circle of which he was the centre, an association which constitutes the chief interest of the place.

Population (circa 1900) given as 24,000.

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

Wei-hai-wei * Weingartner, Felix
Weber, Wilhelm Eduard
Webster, Daniel
Webster, John
Webster, Noah
Wedgwood, Josiah
Wednesbury
Wednesday
Week
Weeping Philosopher
Wei-hai-wei
Weimar
Weingartner, Felix
Weismann, August
Weiss, Bernhard
Weissenfels
Weissnichtwo
Weizsächer, Karl
Welldon, James Edward Cowell
Weller, Sam
Wellesley
Wellesley, Richard Cowley, Marquis of

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Batsch, Augustus John George Charles
Bertram, Philip-Ernest
Brunswick-Oels, Frederick Augustus, Duke Of
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Eugene, Francis
Feller, Joachim Frederic
Francke, Augustus Herman
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