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    Place name County Entry Source
    BATH and WELLS Somerset 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
    EVESHAM Worcestershire Littleton, South Littleton, Badsey, Offenham, Bretforton, Church-Honeybourne-with-Poden, Pebworth, Cow-Honeybourne, Aston-sub-Edge, Weston-sub-Edge, Saintbury Imperial
    GLOUCESTER and BRISTOL Gloucestershire
    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 Cerney, Coates, Coln-St. Dennis, Coln-Rogers, Daglingworth, Duntsbourne-Abbots, Duntsbourne-Rous, Farmington, Hampnett, Stowell, Harnhill, Rendcoomb, Siddington, and Stratton; the vicarages of Ampney-Crucis, South Imperial
    Littleton and Badsey Worcestershire Littleton and Badsey , ry. sta. (for North and South Littleton), Worcestershire, 3½ miles NE. of Evesham. Bartholomew
    LITTLETON (NORTH) Worcestershire South Littleton, in the diocese of Worcester. The church stands at Middle-Littleton; ranges from Norman to later English; and was recently Imperial
    Littleton, South Worcestershire Littleton, South , par. and vil. (ry. sta. Littleton and Badsey), Worcestershire, 3 miles NE. of Evesham, 841 a,c., pop. 324; P.O. Bartholomew
    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 Imperial
    LONDON London
    South Mimms parish, the three in Tottenham parish; the chapelry of Tottenham-St. Michael; and the donative of Hadley. The deanery of Greenwich contains the rectories of Charlton, Deptford-St. Paul, Lee, and Woolwich; the vicarages of Deptford-St. Nicholas, Eltham, Greenwich, Lewisham, and Plum stead; and the p. curacies and chapelries in the same parishes as these livings. The deanery of St-GeorgeHanover-square contains all the livings in St. G. H. sq. parish. The deanery of Hampton contains the rectories of Hanworth, Littleton Imperial
    MIDDLESEX Middlesex Littleton, Paradise House, Shepperton, Stanmore Hall, Stanmore Grove, Swakeleys, Teddington House, Trent Park, Twickenham Park, Twyford, Arnos Grove, Ealing Park, Cranford Park, Hanger Hill, Wembly, Wrotham, and Wyke House. Real property, in 1815, £5,675,374; in 1843, £11,345,815; in 1860, £17,682,265,-of which £58,180 were in canals, £4,005,052 were in railways, and £219,185 were in gas-works. The county is governed by a lord lieutenant and custos, 33 deputy lieutenants, 2 sheriffs, and about 320 magistrates; is within the jurisdiction of the metropolitan police Imperial
    OCKENDON (North) Essex South Essex hounds. The living is a rectory in the diocese of Rochester. Value, £550.* Patron, R. Benyon, Esq. The church is ancient; was restored in 1858, at a cost of more than £1,000; has a tower of flint and stone; and contains brasses and monuments of the Poyntzes and the Littletons Imperial
    OXFORD Berkshire
    South, Sackville Earl of Dorset, Carleton, Lord Dorchester, Sir W. Godolphin, Heneage and Daniel Earls of Nottingham, Bennet Earl of Arlington, Carteret Earl Granville, St. John Lord Bolingbroke, Lord Lyttleton, Sir W. Wyndham, Murray Earl of Mansfield, John Locke, E. Pococke, Casaubon, Camden, Boyle Earl of Orrery, R. Friend, Busby, Adam Lyttelton, Brown Willis, Sir Andrew Fountaine, Drake the topographer, Carew the antiquary, Sir Philip Sydney, Ben. Jonson, Otway, Budgell, Bonnell Thorn ton, G. West, G. Colman, Philips, Hackluyt, W. Penn, W and Wesley, Ruskin, Canning, Peel, Gladstone, Charles I., the King of Bohemia, the Prince of Orange Imperial
    South Littleton Worcestershire South Littleton , 3 miles NE. of Evesham, Worcestershire; P.O. See LITTLETON, SOUTH. Bartholomew
    TIPPERARY Tipperary 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
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