Westphalia

Westphalia, a German duchy, now a Prussian province; made with other territories in 1807 into a kingdom by Napoleon for his brother Jerome, and designed to be the centre of the Confederation of the Rhine; was assigned to Prussia in 1813 according to the Treaty of Vienna.

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

Weston-super-Mare * Wetstein, Johann Jacob
Westcott, Brook Foss
Westkappel Dyke
Westmacott, Sir Richard
Westmacott, Richard
Westmeath
Westminster
Westminster Assembly of Divines
Westminster Hall
Westmorland
Weston-super-Mare
Westphalia
Wetstein, Johann Jacob
Wette, De
Wetter, Lake
Wetterhorn
Wexford
Weyden, Roger Van der
Weymouth
Wharton, Philip, Duke of
Whately, Richard
Wheatstone, Sir Charles

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