Weymouth

Weymouth, a market-town and watering-place in Dorsetshire, 8 m. S. of Dorchester; has a fine beach and an esplanade over a mile in length; it came into repute from the frequent visits of George III.

Population (circa 1900) given as 13,000.

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

Weyden, Roger Van der * Wharton, Philip, Duke of
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
Wheel, Breaking on the
Wheeling
Whewell, William
Whichcote, Benjamin
Whigs
Whistler, James Abbot M'Neill
Whiston, William

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Dodsley, Robert
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Penn, William
Rowe, Elizabeth
Wedderbuhn, Alexander
Wilkes, John