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    Place name County Entry Source
    BATH and WELLS Somerset North Stoke, Saltford, and Swainswick; the vicarages of Batheaston, Bathford, Corston, Keynsham, South Stoke, and Twerton; and the p. curacies of Brislington, Combe-Down, Monkton-Coombe, Queen-Charlton, and Woolley. The deanery of Chew, in its Chew-Magna district, contains the rectories of Butcombe, Chelwood, Chew-Stoke, Clutton, Compton-Martin, Hinton-Bluett, Norton-Malreward, Ubley, and Winford; the vicarages of Chew Magna, Compton-Dando, High Littleton Imperial
    CHIPPENHAM Wiltshire Littleton-Drew, Grittleton, Leigh-de-la-Mere, Yatton-Keynell, Nettleton, West Kington, and North Wraxhall; and the sub-district of Christian Imperial
    EVESHAM Worcestershire North-Littleton, South Littleton, Badsey, Offenham, Bretforton, Church-Honeybourne-with-Poden, Pebworth, Cow-Honeybourne, Aston-sub-Edge, Weston-sub-Edge Imperial
    GLOUCESTER and BRISTOL Gloucestershire
    Somerset
    Wiltshire
    Littleton-on-Severn, and Winterbourne; the vicarages of Abbots-Leigh, Almondsbury, Elberton, Henbury, Olveston, Stapleton, and Stoke-Gifford; and the p. curacies of Alveston, Aust, Northwick, Redwick, Hallen, Horfield, Bishopston, Mangots-field, Downend, Shirehampton, Fishpond, Stoke-Bishop, Westbury-on-Trym, and Redland. The deanery of Cirencester comprises the rectories of Badgendon, North Imperial
    Littleton and Badsey Worcestershire Littleton and Badsey , ry. sta. (for North and South Littleton), Worcestershire, 3½ miles NE. of Evesham. Bartholomew
    LITTLETON (MIDDLE) Worcestershire LITTLETON (MIDDLE) , a village in North Middleton parish, Worcester; 3½ miles NE by f Evesham r. station. Imperial
    Littleton, North Worcestershire Littleton, North , par. and vil. (ry. sta. Littleton and Badsey), Worcestershire, 4 miles NE. of Evesham, 1610 ac., pop. 277; the par. contains Bartholomew
    LITTLETON (NORTH) Worcestershire LITTLETON (NORTH) , a village and a parish in Evesham district, Worcester. The village stands near the river Avon, on the E verge Imperial
    LITTLETON (SOUTH) Worcestershire LITTLETON (SOUTH) , a parish, with a village, in Evesham district, Worcester; near the river Avon, 3 miles N E by N of Evesham r. station. Post town, Evesham. Acres, 841. Real property, £1,736. Pop., 294. Houses, 60. The property is divided among a few. The living is a p. curacy, united with the p. curacy of North Imperial
    LONDON London
    London
    North of London, at Colney-Hatch; the Kensal-Green, on the road to Harrow; the London Company's, at Highgate and Nunhead; the Islington and the St. Pancras, at ColneyHatch; the South Metropolitan, at Norwood; the Victoria Park or East London, at Bethnal-Green; the AbneyPark, at Stoke-Newington; the West London, at Brompton; and the Necropolis, at Woking. All are noticed, in their appropriate places, in other articles. Schools and Institutions. —The schools in the registration-metropolis, inclusive of the City, at the census of 1851, were 863 public day-schools, with 167,298 scholars; 3,698 private Imperial
    MIDDLESEX Middlesex North, Central, and East districts of the registration metropolis, and the parishes of Hampton and Teddington to Surrey; takes in the parish of Waltham-Abbey from Essex, and the parishes of Elstree, Shenley, Rigge, Chipping-Barnet, East Barnet, Totteridge, and Cheshunt, from Herts; comprises 176,555 acres; and is divided into the districts of Staines, Uxbridge, Brentford, Hendon,Barnet, and Edmonton. Vastly the greatest seat of population, of course, is the part within the metropolis. The only towns with upwards of 2,000 inhabitants, besides London and its suburbs, are Brentford, Hounslow, Staines, and Uxbridge. Some of the chief seats Imperial
    OCKENDON (North) Essex North) , a village and a parish in Orsett district, Essex. The village stands 5 miles N N W of Grays r. station, and 6 S E by E of Romford; and has a post-office under Romford. The parish, in allusion to the number of springs in it, is sometimes called Ockendon of the Seven Fountains. Acres, 1, 698. Real property, £3,070. Pop., 341. Houses, 61. The property is divided among a few. Stubbers, an old brick manor-house, is the seat ofB. Russell, Esq. The parish is a meet for the South Essex hounds. The living Imperial
    OXFORD Berkshire
    Buckinghamshire
    Oxfordshire
    Wiltshire
    North, Sir James Harrington, Whitby, Aubrey, Ducarel, Sir J Denham, Crashawe, Settle, T. Warton, w. L. Bowles, Evelyn, Derham the theologian, Merrick the poet, J. Bampton the founder of the " B. Lecture, " Gen. Ludlow, Gen. Ireton, Anthony Earl of Shaftesbury, Pitt Earl of Chatham, and Montague Earl of Halifax. St. John's College was founded in 1555, by Sir Thomas White, alderman of London: occupies the site of a Cistertian monastery, founded by Archbishop Chichele; stands on the E side of St. Giles'-street, near the nor thern entrance of the city; and has, in front, a wide terrace Imperial
    TIPPERARY Tipperary north to south, forms the grand outlet for the superfluous waters of by far the greater portion of it. The principal tributaries from the baronies to the east of its course are the Derryhogan, the Littleton Lewis:Ireland
    WILTS, or Wiltshire Wiltshire North Wilts canal, give extensive facilities of inland navigation to the N. The Great Western railway goes quite through the county; sends off a branch from Swindon toward Gloucester; and has ramifications in the W, both within Wilts itself and toward Somerset. Another great line of railway goes quite across the county, traversing the Vale of Pewsey, and going into junction with the Great Western branches between Melksham and Trowbridge. Two lines of railway from the E converge at Salisbury; and lines, continuous with these, diverge at Wilton toward respectively Bath and Exeter. The roads, so long Imperial
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