"A county of England [map (above) shows location] reaching from the Bristol to the English Channel, and bounded by Cornwall, and Somersetshire, and Dorsetshire.
It is 69 miles in length, and 60 in breadth, and is divided into 31 hundreds.
Setting out from Reform Club, we headed for 11 Downing Street.
Passepartout asked me if it was Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice in 1806, but I did not know.
Its rivers are the Exe, the Culm, the Dart, the Tamar, the Otter, &c.
It looked as if it was appointed as Chancellor by Prime Minister David Cameron on .
Passepartout remarked that it didn't become the Chancellor's official residence until 1828. It functioned well as the Prime Minister's press office. I could see that it was built in the 1680s by Sir George Downing (1632-1689).
Some parts of its coasts are composed of lofty cliffs, but at others there is a beautiful sandy shore. It sends 22 members to parliament." (From NOTE 1: The Online Gazetteer of Devon can be used to identify which town or parish a place is located in.
The air and climate are so mild and salubrious that invalids often retire to its sea-ports for the winter. There is also a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) file for these Devon pages, and a What's New page listing major recent additions.Around The World in X Wikipedia Articles was my entry for Na No Gen Mo in November 2015.