Searching for "KINGSTON UPON HULL"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Glenmore Inverness Shire
    Kincardineshire
    Kingston-upon-Hull, and by them were nearly all felled, and floated down the Spey to Garmouth, at first in single Groome
    Hull, or Kingston-upon-Hull Yorkshire Hull .-- or Kingston-upon-Hull , parl. and mun. bor., seaport, and co. in itself, East-Riding Yorkshire, on a low plain Bartholomew
    HULL, or KINGSTON-UPON-HULL Yorkshire HULL , or KINGSTON-UPON-HULL, a large seaporttown, in E. R. Yorkshire; at the influx of the river Hull to the Humber Imperial
    Kingston or Kingston-Port Moray Kingston-upon-Hull; and shipbuilding is still carried on, but with foreign timber, and not so largely as once. All but three Groome
    Kingston upon Hull Yorkshire Kingston upon Hull , parl. and mun. bor. and par., East-Riding Yorkshire, at influx of river Hull to the estuary Bartholomew
    LINCOLN Lincolnshire
    Nottinghamshire
    Hull, and is considered one of the most perfect and interesting extant English specimens of genuine Roman architecture. The main arch has a rude appearance, being composed of large coarse uncemented stones, while fully 11 feet of its height are sunk below the present level of the street. A smaller arch is at the E side; and another of the same character is on the W side, but is concealed by an adjoining house. Another fortified wall, with corner towers, was built by the Romans to the S of the parallelogram; and this descended from the top of the hill Imperial
    LONDON London
    London
    upon Tyne; was rebuilt in 1817 by Laing, with preservation of Wren's spire; and had Jortin as a rector. St. Dunstan's-in-the-West stands in Fleet-street; succeeded a previous church situated a little nearer the street, and famous for two savage figures which beat the quarters on two bells, and famous also for the preaching in it of Richard Baxter and William Romaine to crowded audiences; was built in 1831-3 by Shaw; is in the pointed style, and internally octagonal; has, over the side doorway, a statue of Queen Elizabeth, brought from old Ludgate Imperial
    Yorkshire Yorkshire Kingston upon Hull (3 members), Leeds (5 members), Middlesbrough 1 member), Pontefract (1 member), Scarborough (1 member), Sheffield (5 members Bartholomew
    Yorkshire, East-Riding Yorkshire Hull, the latter of which is a great seaport. The East-Riding comprises 6 wapentakes; 352 pars, with part of another; the parl. and mun. bor. of Kingston upon Bartholomew
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