Shropshire

Shropshire or Salop (236), an agricultural and mining county of England, on the Welsh border, facing Montgomery chiefly, between Cheshire (N.) and Hereford (S.); is divided into two fairly equal portions by the Severn, E. and N. of which is low, level, and fertile, excepting the Wrekin (1320 ft.), while on the SW. it is hilly (Clee Hills, 1805 ft.); Ellesmere is the largest of several lakes; Coalbrookdale is the centre of a rich coal district, and iron and lead are also found. Shrewsbury is the capital; it consists of four Parliamentary divisions.

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

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Sholapur
Shore, Jane
Shoreditch
Shoreham, New
Shorthouse, Joseph Henry
Shovel, Sir Cloudesley
Shrewsbury
Shropshire
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Shumla
Shylock
Siam
Siamese Twins
Sibbald, Sir Robert
Siberia
Sibyl
Sicilian Vespers
Sicily

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Shropshire in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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