Flint

Flint, 1, a maritime county (77) of North Wales, between Lancashire and Denbigh, of which a detached portion lies to the N. of Shropshire; low stretches of sand form its foreshore, but inland it is hilly, with here and there a picturesque and fertile valley in which dairy-farming is extensively carried on. 2, a seaport (5), on the estuary of the Dee, 13 m. NW. of Chester; has ruins of a castle with interesting historical associations; in the neighbourhood are copper-works and lead and coal mines.

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

Flinders, Matthew * Flint, Robert
Flesselles
Fletcher, Andrew
Fletcher, Giles
Fletcher, John
Fletcher, Phineas
Fleurant, Monsieur
Fleur-de-lis
Fleury, André Hercule de. Cardinal
Fleury, Claude, Abbé
Flinders, Matthew
Flint
Flint, Robert
Floating Islands
Flodden, Battle of
Flood, Henry
Flora
Florence
Florian, Jean Pierre de
Florida
Florio, John
Florus

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