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Originally appearing in Volume V27, Page 488 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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TUTBURY, a town in the Burton parliamentary division of Staffordshire, England, 42 M. N.W. of Burton-upon-Trent, picturesquely situated on the river Dove, a western tributary of the Trent, which forms the county boundary with Derby-shire. Pop. (1901), 1971. The station of the Great Northern and North Staffordshire railways is in Derbyshire. The fine church of St Mary has a nave of rich Norman work with a remarkable western doorway; there are Early English additions, and the apsidal chancel is a modern imitation of that style. There are ruins of a large castle standing high above the valley; these include a gateway of 14th-century work, strengthened in Caroline times, a wall enclosing the broad " Tilt Yard," and portions of dwelling rooms. Glass is the staple manufacture. Alabaster is found in the 1322. See Mosley, History of Castle, Priory and Town of Tutbury (1832); Victoria County History: Stafford.
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THOMAS TUSSER (c. 1524—1580)

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