STONE , amarket
See also:town in the western
See also:parliamentary division of
See also:Staffordshire, England, on the
See also:river Trent, 7 M . N. of Stafford by the
See also:North Staffordshire railway . Pop. of urban
See also:district (1901), 5680 .
See also:Part of the walls and crypt remain of an abbey which
See also:dates from the foundation of a
See also:college of canons in 67o . The
See also:church of St Michael dates from 1750, the abbey church having collapsed in the previous
See also:year . Alleyne's grammar school is a foundation of 1J58 . The chief
See also:industry is shoemaking, but malting,
See also:brewing and tanning are also carried on . At Bury
See also:Bank, on the hills to the north, an earthwork is traditionally considered to be the site of the capital of the
See also:Kingdom of
See also:Mercia; there are other
See also:works in the neighbourhood at Saxon Low .
STOMACH (Gr. vrbsaxos from arbga, a mouth)
STONE (0. Eng. shin; the word is common to Teutonic...
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