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England's Gazetteer ; Or, An Accurate Description Of All The Cities, Towns, and Villages of the Kingdom : In Three Volumes. Vol. I. and and Vol. II. contain A Dictionary of the Cities, Corporations, Market-Towns, and the most noted Villages ; their Manufactures and Trade ; Markets, Fairs, Customs, and Prilileges ; principal Buildings, and charitable Foundations, &c. With their Distance from London, in Miles both computed, and measured. Vol. III. A New Index Villaris, Or, Alphabetical Register of the less noted Villages ; With their Distance, or Bearing, from the next Market-Town, or well-known Place. This Work includes all the chief Harbours, Bays, Forests, Hills, Mines, medicinal Springs, Moors, and other Curiosities both of Nature and Art ; and not only takes notice of most of the Manors and Seats in the Kingdom, both ancient and present ; but also points out the old military Ways, Camps, Castles, and other remarkable Ruins of Roman, Danish, and Saxon Antiquity: - And particularly shews the Estates were formerly Abbey-Lands. [1]. Preview this item
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England's Gazetteer ; Or, An Accurate Description Of All The Cities, Towns, and Villages of the Kingdom : In Three Volumes. Vol. I. and and Vol. II. contain A Dictionary of the Cities, Corporations, Market-Towns, and the most noted Villages ; their Manufactures and Trade ; Markets, Fairs, Customs, and Prilileges ; principal Buildings, and charitable Foundations, &c. With their Distance from London, in Miles both computed, and measured. Vol. III. A New Index Villaris, Or, Alphabetical Register of the less noted Villages ; With their Distance, or Bearing, from the next Market-Town, or well-known Place. This Work includes all the chief Harbours, Bays, Forests, Hills, Mines, medicinal Springs, Moors, and other Curiosities both of Nature and Art ; and not only takes notice of most of the Manors and Seats in the Kingdom, both ancient and present ; but also points out the old military Ways, Camps, Castles, and other remarkable Ruins of Roman, Danish, and Saxon Antiquity: - And particularly shews the Estates were formerly Abbey-Lands. [1].

Author: Stephen Whatley
Publisher: London : Knapton, Brown, Millar, Whiston and White, (1751)
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OCLC Number: 645484236
Description: VII Seiten, [174] Blätter

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