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Ceremonial counties, formally known as counties for the purposes of the lieutenancies, are areas of England to which lord-lieutenants are appointed. A lord-lieutenant is the monarch's representative in an area. Shrieval counties have the same boundaries and serve a similar purpose, being the areas to which high sheriffs are appointed. High sheriffs are the monarch's judicial representative in an area.
|Ceremonial counties of England|
shrieval counties of England
Not shown: City of London
|Populations||8,000 (City of London) to 8,167,000 (Greater London)|
|Areas||3km² to 8,611 km²|
|Densities||62/km² to 4,806/km²|
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