HAMDSWORTH. (i) An urban district in the Handsworth parliamentary division of Staffordshire, England, suburban to Birmingham on the north-west. Pop. (1891), 32,736; (1001) 51,911. (See BIRMINGHAM.) (a) An urban district in the parliamentary division of Yorkshire, 4 m.
of Sheffield. Pop. (1901), 13,404. In this neighbourhood are extensive collieries and quarries.
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