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    Place name County Entry Source
    ALDSWORTH Sussex ALDSWORTH , a tything in Westbourne parish, Sussex; near Stanstead Park, 6½ miles WNW of Chichester. Pop., 118. Imperial
    BAYSWATER London
    Middlesex
    Park, contains the graves of Lawrence. Sterne, Sir Thomas Picton, and Mrs. Radcliffe.—The chapelry bears the name of St. Matthews Bayswater, and was constituted in 1858. Pop., 5,513. Houses, 783. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of London. Value, not reported. Patron, the Rev.Smalley. A United Presbyterian church was built at Westbourne Imperial
    BIRMINGHAM London
    Staffordshire
    Warwickshire
    Worcestershire
    Westbourne-road, Edgbaston, was opened in 1829; is charmingly laid out; and contains a great number of choice plants, both tender and hardy. There were, in 1865, four weekly newspapers, one daily, one on five days of the week, and a monthly periodical, a kind of local Punch. Amusements. —The theatre, in New-street, was rebuilt in 1821, at a cost of about £14,000; is a handsome edifice, in the Ionic style, with medallions of Shakespeare and Garrick; underwent a complete renovation in 1825; and is capable of accommodating 2,000 persons. Another theatre, in Broad-street Imperial
    CHICHESTER Sussex park around it is used for cricket, arch-ery, and other amusements; and includes a circular mound, of Roman origin, which may have been surmounted by a tower, or connected with the early defences of the city walls. The corn exchange is an elegant modern erection, built by subscription, at a cost of £10, 000. The episcopal palace is an ancient structure, renovated and enlarged in 1725; and has a square kitchen with grand timber roof, a hall with heraldic timber ceiling, and an early English chapel with sexpartite ceiling, and a fine fresco of the Virgin. The museum Imperial
    Glasgow Lanarkshire
    Renfrewshire
    Park, Renwick, Rose Street, St David's, St Enoch's, St George's Road, St James's, St Mark's, St Paul's, St Peter's, St Stephen's, Sighthill, Stockwell, Tollcross, Trinity, Union, Victoria, West, Westbourne Groome
    Govan Lanarkshire Park, Knox, Paisley Road, Partick Dowanvale and Partick High, Pollokshields, Renwick, Rose Street, Tradeston, Union, Victoria, Westbourne, and Whiteinch, while Groome
    LANCASHIRE Lancashire Park, Stubby Lee, Summerhill, Summerfield, Sunnyside, Swallow House, Swarthdale, Swinshawe House, Symonstone Hall, Sholly, Singleton, Slyne, Smithills, Thistlemount, Thurland Castle, Thurstonville, Thwaitemoss, Todmorden Hall, Towneley Hall, Troy Hall, Tulketh Hall, Turton Tower, Undercroft, Vale House, Walton Lodge, Welbeck House, Wellfield House, Wellwood, Wennington Hall, Westbank, Westbourne Imperial
    MARYLEBONE Middlesex park, across St. Andrew's-place, on to Trinity church. Acres, 518. Pop. in 1851,33,895; in 1861,34,913. Houses, 3,600. St. John sub-district is bounded on the S and the SE, by Christ Church sub-district; on the W, by the parochial boundary-line along Edgware-road; on the N and the NE, by the parochial boundary-line continued past Kilburn-priory, crossing Abbey-road and New Northroad on the borders of Hampstead to Barrow-hill castward up to the point of intersecting Primrose-hill-road close to the Zoological gardens. Acres Imperial
    NOTTING-HILL Middlesex Westbourne-Park and Shepherds-Bush stations, a post-office‡ of the name of Notting-Hill, in High-street under Imperial
    PADDINGTON Middlesex Westbourne Park, 1856, 8, 433; St. Matthew-Bayswater, 1858, 5, 513; St. Michael and All Angels, since 1861, 3, 851; St. Mary Imperial
    ROUNDTOWN Dublin Park, the seat of Sir Robt. Shaw, Bart., is a spacious mansion of brick, situated in an ample demesne tastefully embellished, and commanding some beautiful views of mountain scenery. Fortfield, the admired residence of the late Rt. Hon. Sir W. McMahon, Bart., Master of the Rolls, is pleasingly situated in grounds beautifully ornamented and comprehending much interesting scenery. Kimmage, the seat of the Rt. Hon. F. Shaw, Recorder of Dublin, is a handsome mansion in the ancient English style, in a demesne highly cultivated and embellished with great taste. Terenure, the handsome seat of F. Bourne, Esq., is remarkable Lewis:Ireland
    WESTBOURNE-GROVE and W.-PARK Middlesex WESTBOURNE-GROVE and W.-PARK , metropolitan suburbs, in Middlesex; 4 miles W by N of St. Paul's, London. They Imperial
    Westbourne Park Middlesex Westbourne Park , dist. and ry. sta., partly in Kensington par., but chiefly in Paddington par., Middlesex, in W. of London Bartholomew
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