a town in E England, in Lincolnshire: birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton and Margaret Thatcher. Pop: 34 592 (2001)
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We both saw young Sherwood awhile ago as he was leaving the Grantham, and he told us everything!
Presently the tired, impersonal voice of the Grantham operator remarked against his ear-drum: "Miss Cameron don't answer."
Twenty minutes later Maggie was back at the Grantham, her absence unobserved.
Despite all that had come to pass at the Grantham the previous evening, Larry was just now feeling restless and rather forlorn.
He had come back famous, and the town of Grantham Mills, metropolis of his native county, was proud of him.Kings in Exile | Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts