This Cannock Chase completes the singular variations of soil and occupation to be found in Staffordshire.
The place grew up as a hamlet on the banks of a little stream, just on the verge of Cannock Forest.
The wide moorland called Cannock Chase, lies E., and is for some distance seen from the line.
Cannock Chase, like the rest of Great Britain, suffers from the congestion of humanity.
Dunstall, otherwise Tunstall, was “an enclosed farmstead,” half a mile outside the ancient boundary of Cannock Forest.
The king gave Cannock Chase to the see, and the west front of the cathedral was begun.
They were together on the heathy, unenclosed ground of Cannock Chase, and had already walked some ten or twelve miles.
On the wolds of the latter county, and on Cannock Chase, Staffordshire, it is said to be the dominant form of the species.
White, of Aldershot, made mine for the Cannock Chase autumn manœuvres.