- An inland county of England bounded by Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Middlesex, Surrey, Berkshire and Oxfordshire.
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia
Buckinghamshire (185), English S. midland county, lying E. of
Oxford, W. of Bedford and Hertford, is full of beautiful and varied
scenery; hill, dale, wood, and water. The Thames forms the southern
boundary, the Ouse flows through the N., and the Thame through the
centre. The Chiltern Hills cross the county. Agriculture is the
prevailing industry; dairy produce, cattle and poultry feeding, and sheep
rearing the sources of wealth. The county town is Buckingham (3), on
the Ouse, 60 m. NW. of London.
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