Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire, a north-midland county of England, lies wedged in between Lincoln (E.) and Derby (N.), and touches York on the N.; embraces the broad, level, and fruitful valley of the Trent, Sherwood Forest, and Wolds in the S.; excepting the Vale of Belvoir in the E., part of the Wolds and the Valley of the Trent, the land is not specially productive; coal and iron ore are found. The principal towns, Nottingham, Newark, Mansfield, &c., are busily engaged in the manufacture of all kinds of lace, hosiery, and various woollen goods; iron-founding and cotton mills are also numerous.

Population (circa 1900) given as 446,000.

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

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Norton, Charles Edward
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Ashmole, Elias
Ayscough, Samuel
Babington, Gervase
Blow, John
Cavendish, Sia William
Cavendish, William [1592–1691]
Chappel, William
Cooper, John Gilbert
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