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    Place name County Entry Source
    ASLACOE (East and West) Lincolnshire East and West) , two wapentakes in the parts of Lindsey, Lincoln. They lie toward the NW of the county; include Imperial
    BOLINGBROKE Lincolnshire Lindsey; contains twenty-seven parishes; and is cut into two sections, East and West. Acres, 26,840 and 29,388. Pop., 12,376. Houses Imperial
    CHELSEA London
    Lindsey; and became the meeting-place of a Moravian society under Zinzendorf. Danvers House, in Danvers-street, was the residence of Sir John Danvers, the step-father of George Herbert and Lord Herbert. Gordon House, adjacent to the royal hospital, was the seat of Russell, the hero of La Hogue; passed to Sir Robert Walpole, the Earl of Dunmore, George Aufrere, Esq., and the Earl of Yarborough; and was purchased, in 1808, by government, for the erection of an infirmary. Gough House, near this, was built by the Earl of Carberry; became the seat of Sir John Gough Imperial
    EAST FERRY Lincolnshire EAST FERRY , a township in Scotton and Owston parishes, Lincoln; 3¼ mil-W of Kirton-in-Lindsey. Real property Imperial
    ELY Cambridgeshire East Hyde. The deanery of Fleete contains the rectories of Ampthill, Apsley-Guise, Clophill, Cranfield, Eversholt, Lower Gravenhurst, Holcott, Maulden, Marston-Moretaine, Milbrook, Stepingley, and Tingrith; the vicarages of Crawley, Flitwick, Flitton, Harlington, Hawnes, Salford, Lidlington, Pulloxhill, Ridgemont, and Westoning; and the p. curacies of Silsoe, Stanbridge, and Woburn. The deanery of Eaton contains the rectories of Bolnhurst, Colmworth, Shelton, Staughton-Parva, Tilbrook, Wilden, and Yielden; the vicarages of Eaton-Socon, Keysoe, Melchburn, Pertenhall, Renhold, Ravensden, Riseley, Roxton, Great Barford, and Thurleigh; and the p. curacy of Dean. The deanery of Shefford contains the rectories of Astwick, Blunham, Campton, Clifton Imperial
    GLANFORD-BRIGG, Glanford-Bridge, or Brigg Lincolnshire Lindsey, Manton, Scawby-cum-Sturton, Hibaldstow, and Cadney, and the extra-parochial tract of Newstead. Acres, 52, 077. Pop., 12, 326. Houses, 2, 634. The district comprehends also the sub-district of Winterton, containing the parishes of Winterton, Appleby, Roxby-cum-Risby, Winteringham, West Halton, Whitton, Alkborough, Burton-upon-Stather, Flixborough, Frodingham, Bottesford, and Messingham; and the sub-district of Barton, containing the parishes of Barton-St. Peter, Barton-St. Mary, Wootton, Ulceby, Killingholme, East Imperial
    HORNCASTLE Lincolnshire East Barkwith, Panton, Langton-by-Wragby, Hatton, Sotby, Benniworth, Market-Stainton, Ranby, Great Sturton, Baumber, Minting, Gantby, Waddingworth, Tupholme, and Bucknall, and the extra-parochial tract of Langton-Woodhouse; the sub-district of Tetford, containing the parishes of Tetford, Belchford, Fulletby, Salmonby, Somersby, BagEnderby, Ashby-Puerorum, Greetham, Scrafield, Hameringham, Winceby, Hagworthingham, and ClaxbyPluckacre, and also, excepting fen allotments, the parishes of High Toynton, Low Toynton, Mareham-on-theHill, Lusby, Asgarby, Miningsby, Moorby, Wood-Enderby, Scrivelsby, and Dalderby; and the sub-district of Tattershall, containing the parishes of Tattershall, Roughton, Haltham-upon-Bain, Kirkby-upon-Bain, Kirkstead, Coningsby, Mareham Imperial
    LINCOLN Lincolnshire
    Lindsey, and Laughton; and the p. curacies of East Stockwith, Gainsborough-Trinity, Wilsworth, Morton, and East Ferry. The deanery of Lawressfirst Imperial
    Lincolnshire Lincolnshire Lindsey or Brigg, East Lindsey or Louth, South Lindsey or Horncastle, North Kesteven or Sleaford, South Kesteven or Stamford, and Holland Bartholomew
    LINCOLNSHIRE, or LINCOLN Lincolnshire east-north-eastward, past Blyton, Kirton-in-Lindsey, Glanford-Brigg, Ulceby, and Stallingborough, to Great Grimsby; a line goes from Imperial
    Lindsey, Parts of Lincolnshire Lindsey or Brigg, pop. 48,809; East Lindsey or Louth, pop. 50,578; South Lindsey or Horncastle, pop. 48,893. Bartholomew
    LINDSEY (PARTS OF) Lincolnshire LINDSEY (PARTS OF) , the N and NE division of Lincolnshire. It is separated from the S and SE division mostly by the river Witham; but it projects beyond that river, along the right bank of the Brant, to Waddington, and has an artificial boundary east Imperial
    Louth (or East Lindsey) Division, The Lincolnshire Louth (or East Lindsey) Division, The , parl. div. of Lincolnshire, pop. 50,578. Bartholomew
    SCOTTON Lincolnshire East Ferry, on the river Trent; and its post town is Kirton-Lindsey. Acres, with the rest of East Ferry Imperial
    TYRONE Tyrone east by the county of Armagh and Lough Neagh, on the north by the county of Londonderry, on the west by the counties of Donegal and Fermanagh, and on the south by those of Fermanagh and Monaghan. It extends from 53" 59' to 54" 37' (N. Lat.), and from 6" 28' to 7" 50' (W. Lon.); comprising an area, according to the Ordnance survey, of 754,395 statute acres, of which 555,820 are cultivated land, 171,314 are unimproved mountain and bog, and 27,261 are covered with water. The population, in 1821, amounted Lewis:Ireland
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