a city in Staffordshire, W central England.
Historical Examples

Rides on Railways Samuel Sidney
The Annals of Willenhall Frederick William Hackwood
Drake’s Road Book of the Grand Junction Railway James Drake
The Rivers of Great Britain: Rivers of the East Coast Various
The Annals of Willenhall Frederick William Hackwood
Bell’s Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Lichfield A. B. Clifton
Mr. Scarborough’s Family Anthony Trollope
The Moths of the British Isles, Second Series Richard South
Sport in Abyssinia Dermot Mayo

a town in W central England, in S Staffordshire: Cannock Chase (a public area of heathland, once a royal preserve) is just to the east. Pop: 65 022 (2001)


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