Worcestershire

Worcestershire, an agricultural and pastoral county in the valley of the Severn, the N. part of which is the Black Country, rich in coal and iron mines, with Dudley for capital, and the SW. occupied by the Malvern Hills, while the S. is famous for its orchards and hop-gardens; it has also extensive manufactures at Worcester, Kidderminster, Stourbridge, and Redditch.

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

Worcester, Marquis of * Word, The
Wood, Mrs. Henry
Wooden Horse
Woodstock
Woolner, Thomas
Woolsack
Woolston, Thomas
Woolwich
Worcester
Worcester
Worcester, Marquis of
Worcestershire
Word, The
Wordsworth, Charles
Wordsworth, William
World, the
Worms
Worsaae, Jans Jacob
Worthing
Wotton, Sir Henry
Wouvermans, Philip
Wrangel, Frederick

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