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In 1373 Edward III of England proclaimed "that the said town of Bristol withall be a County by itself and called the county of Bristol for ever". Despite this, Bristol has been treated as part of Gloucestershire for much of its history, and more recently (1974) was made part of the then new County of Avon. Avon was abolished in 1996. Bristol is now a unitary authority and once again, is referred to as the county of Bristol.

 
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