Wells

Wells, a small episcopal city in Somersetshire, 20 m. SW. of Bath; it derives its name from hot springs near it, and is possessed of a beautiful cruciform cathedral in the Early English style, adorned with some 600 statues of saints, 151 of which are life-size, and some of them colossal.

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

Wellington College * Wells, Charles Jeremiah
Weizsächer, Karl
Welldon, James Edward Cowell
Weller, Sam
Wellesley
Wellesley, Richard Cowley, Marquis of
Wellhausen, Julius
Wellingborough
Wellington
Wellington, Arthur Wellesley
Wellington College
Wells
Wells, Charles Jeremiah
Welsh, David
Welsh
Welsh Calvinistic Methodists
Welshpool
Wends
Wendt, Hans
Wenegeld
Wener, Lake
Wentworth

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