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County Town: Derby
Population: 947,300
Area: 1015 Sq miles 2629 Sq k
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He was a bold man that first eat on oyster. - Jonathan Swift
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Irish Catholic Uprising - 1641, Battle of Trafalgar - 1805, First Women Peers Enter Lords - 1958, 1st British Nuclear Powered Sub launched - 1960, The Aberfan Disaster - 1966
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