Northampton

The USS Northampton was an American Northampton Class heavy cruiser of 9050 tons displacement launched in 1929. The USS Northampton was powered by eight White-Forster boilers providing a top speed of 32.7 knots and a range of 20800 km at 15 knots. She carried a complement of 691; four aircraft and was armed with nine 8 inch guns; four 5 inch anti-a...
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Northampton

noun the principal city of Northamptonshire
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Northampton

(from the article `Northampton`) town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Northamptonshire, in the Midlands region of England. Originating around 1100 as a ...
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Northampton

county, eastern Pennsylvania, U.S., bounded by Blue Mountain to the northwest, New Jersey to the east (the Delaware River constituting the border), ...
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Northampton

town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Northamptonshire, in the Midlands region of England. Originating around 1100 as a ...
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Northampton

city, seat (1662) of Hampshire county, west-central Massachusetts, U.S. It lies along the Connecticut River, 17 miles (27 km) north-northwest of ...
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Northampton

Northampton, city (1991 pop. 154,172) and district, Northamptonshire, central England, on the Nene River. The city of Northampton is the county seat. Shoemaking has long been the chief industry; engineering is second (roller bearings, earth-moving equipment, and motor vehicle components). The city w...
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Northampton

Northampton (nôrth"hămp'tun, nôr"thămp'tun) , city (1990 pop. 29,289), seat of Hampshire co., W Mass., on the Connecticut River; inc. as a town 1656, as a city 1883. Brushes, wire, optical devices, and plastic products are made in Northampton. It is the seat o...
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Northampton

Market town and administrative headquarters of Northamptonshire, central England, on the River Nene, 108 km/67 mi northwest of London; population (2001) 194,450. The major employers are public administration, financial services, and the distribution trade. The manufacture of boots and shoes was historically important, but engineering has ta...
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Northampton

[1801] The Northampton, was a 548 ton sailing ship built in 1801 upon the River Thames, England. Under the command of John Tween, she sailed from Portsmouth, England on 1 January 1815, with 110 female convicts, passengers and cargo. She arrived at Port Jackson on 18 June. Four female convicts died on the voyage. Northampton left Port Jackso...
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