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    Place name County Entry Source
    DERBY Derbyshire south side of the market-place, is a stone edifice, surmounted by a lofty clock tower, and pierced with arches leading to the municipal hall, and the new market. The latter was erected in 1865, at a cost of £20, 000; and measures 200 feet by 110. The county-hall comprises a pilastered front of 1660, and new hall and courts of 1829. Government offices, in the Grecian style, at a cost of nearly £6, 000, were built in 1869. The county jail was built in 1826, and has capacity for 337 male and 29 female prisoners Imperial
    GRANTHAM Lincolnshire South Grautham; of the latter, the Vicar of Grantham. The vicarage of Manthorpe, united with the curacy of Londonthorpe, is a separate benefice. -The sub-district contains also the parishes of Barrowby, Great Gonerby, Londonthorpe, Welby, Belton, Ancaster, Normanton Imperial
    LEICESTERSHIRE, or LEICESTER Leicestershire south-westward to the S boundary; and rocks of lower. oolite, including cornbrash, forest marble, Bradford clay, Bath oolite, fullers, earth, and inferior oolite, form a tract in the extreme NE, from Stathern and Saxby, to the boundary. Hard stone, greywacke-slate, and building-stone are quarried; limestone and lias are worked,-the latter partly forcement; coal is mined; and gypsum, potter's clay, ironstone, and lead ore are found. The number of collieries at work in 1861, was 14; and the output of coal, in 1859, jointly with Notts and Derbyshire, was 5,050,000 tons. Mineral springs occur Imperial
    LICHFIELD Derbyshire
    South Normanton, Pinxton, and Shirland; the vicarages of Alfreton, Blackwell, Heanor, Pentridge, and South Wingfield; and the p. curacies of Codnor Imperial
    LINCOLN Lincolnshire
    South, Fulbeck, Hougham, Marston, Long Ledenham, Normanton, Stubton, and Westborough; the vicarages of Ancaster, Hon mington, Hough-on-the-Hill Imperial
    MANSFIELD Nottinghamshire South Normanton,-all electorally in Derby-Acres, 55,960. Poor rates in 1863, £13,211. Pop. in 1851,30,146; in 1861,30,593. Houses Imperial
    Normanton, South Derbyshire Normanton, South , par. and vil., Derbyshire, 2 miles NE. of Alfreton, 1934 ac., pop. 3205; P.O. Bartholomew
    NORMANTON (South) Derbyshire NORMANTON (South) , a village and a parish in the district of Mansfield and county of Derby. The village stands 1½ mile Imperial
    NOTTINGHAMSHIRE or Notts Nottinghamshire South Collingham, toward Lincoln; the Nottingham and Grantham railway deflects from the preceding at Colwich, and goes eastward, past Ratcliffe, Bingham, and Whatton, toward Grantham; the Southwell railway deflects from the Nottingham and Lincoln at Fiskerton, goes northwestward to Southwell, and was in course of being prolonged in 1867 to Mansfield; the Nottingham and Mansfield railway joins the Nottingham and Lincoln in the W vicinity of Nottingham, goes northward to Mansfield, and was in course of being prolonged in 1867 to Worksop; a line in course of formation in 1867, deflects from the Nottingham and Mansfield at Rad ford Imperial
    RETFORD (East) Nottinghamshire Normanton-upon-Trent, Fledborough, Ragnall, Dunham, Laneham, Stokeham, East Drayton, Darlton, and Askham, and the township of Marnham; the sub-district of Clarborough, containing the parishes of Clarborough, Sturton, Littleborough, North Leverton, Habblesthorpe, and Sutton-cum-Lound, the townships of Barnby-Moor, Ranskill, Torworth, and South Imperial
    RUTLAND, or Rutlandshire Rutland Normanton Park, Cottesmore, Glaston Hall, Burley Hall, Burley-thorpe Hall, Ayston House, Clipsham Hall, Edith-Weston Hall, Glaston House, Ketton Hall, Ketton Lodge, Liddington House, Lyndon Hall, Morcott Hall, Preston Hall, South Imperial
    South Normanton Derbyshire South Normanton , 2 miles NE. of Alfreton, Derbyshire; P.O. See NORMANTON, SOUTH. Bartholomew
    SOUTHWELL Nottinghamshire South-wells of Hinlip; consists of five parts, called High Town, East Thorpe, West Thorpe, Burgage, and Westgate; presents a widespread and straggling appearance; and has a head post-office,‡ a r. station, a banking office, two chief inns, a modern town hall, a police station, a county house of correction, two churches, Baptist and Methodist chapels, a literary society, a free grammar-school with two scholarships at Cambridge, an endowed school with £25 a year, two national schools, several charities, a weekly market on Saturday, and a fair on Whit-Monday. The house of correction was rebuilt Imperial
    Yorkshire, West-Riding Yorkshire South. The northern part is divided into 5 divisions - viz., Skipton, Keighley, Shipley, Sowerby, and Elland, 1 member for each division. The eastern part is divided into 6 divisions - viz., Ripon, Otley, Barkston Ash, Osgoldcross, Pudsey, and Spen Valley, 1 member for each division. The southern part is divided into 8 divisions - viz., Batley, Normanton Bartholomew
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