Apart from South-East England, which included London, Lancastria was the most highly.populated of Fawcett’st provinces of England. It contained no less than seventy-one constituencies, electing a total of seventy-six M.P.s — which was more than the total for Scotland. The region embraces not only the whole of Lancashire, but also Cheshire and those parts of Westmorland, Derbyshire and Staffordshire which look towards the Lancashire and Cheshire plains.


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  • Henry Pelling
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  1. 1.St. John’s CollegeCambridgeUK

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