Haddingtonshire (spr. häddingt'n-schĭr, East Lothian, Ost-Lothian), Grafschaft im südöstlichen Schottland, grenzt im N. und O. an den Firth of Forth und die Nordsee, im S. an Berwickshire, im W. an Midlothian, umfaßt 725 qkm (13,2 QM.) mit (1901) 38,662 Einw. (53 auf 1 qkm). Hauptstadt ist Haddington (s. d.).

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