a town in W central England, in Staffordshire. Pop: 74 427 (2001)Often shortened to: Newcastle
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This remarkable man was born in 1742, at Newcastle-under-Lyme, where his father carried on the business of a cabinet maker.The Old Showmen and the Old London Fairs|Thomas Frost
In 1614 he was elected for Newcastle-under-Lyme, and he died in 1626, aged only 57.Books Condemned to be Burnt|James Anson Farrer