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    Place name County Entry Source
    Dunfermline Fife Stanley's by Miss Grant of Kilgraston (1876). The church has, near the E end, a fine square tower 103 feet high, with terminals indicating it to be practically a mausoleum over the remains of the royal Bruce. These terminals show an open-hewn stonework, in the place of a Gothic balustrade, having in capital letters 4 feet high, on the four sides of the tower's summit, the words ` King Robert The Bruce,' with royal crowns surmounting the letters; and at each corner of the tower there is a lofty pinnacle. The church was repaired in 1835, and contains Groome
    GLOUCESTER and BRISTOL Gloucestershire
    Somerset
    Wiltshire
    Stanley, St. Leonards-Stanley, Syde, Winstone, and Woodchester; the vicarages of Bisley, Frocester, Horsley, Painswick, Stonehouse, and Tetbury; the p. curacies Imperial
    GLOUCESTERSHIRE, or Gloucester Gloucestershire Stanley-St. Leonard; a Templars' preceptory, at Quenington; and interesting old churches, at Bristol, Cirencester, Deerhurst, Elkstone, Fairford, Northleach, and Tewkesbury Imperial
    KENT Kent Leonard's House, Sandling Park, Scotney Castle, Selling Court, Shootfield, Somerhill Park, Squerryes, Stanley Grange, Staplehurst Place, Stede Hill, Stone Imperial
    Leonard Stanley (or Stanley St Leonard) Gloucestershire Leonard Stanley (or Stanley St Leonard ), par. and vil., Gloucestershire, 3½ miles SW. of Stroud, 1189 ac., pop. 775; P.O.; was formerly Bartholomew
    LEONARD-STANLEY, or STANLEY-ST. LEONARDS Gloucestershire LEONARD-STANLEY , or STANLEY-ST. LEONARDS, a village and a parish in Stroud district, Gloucester. The village stands 1 mile Imperial
    LICHFIELD Derbyshire
    Nottinghamshire
    Shropshire
    Staffordshire
    Leonard, Willenhall-St. Giles, and Wednesfield-Heath. The deanery of Derby contains the four vicarages and five p. curacies of Derby, and the p. curacies of Darley, Nornmanton, and Osmaston. The deanery of Alfreton contains the rectories of South Normanton, Pinxton, and Shirland; the vicarages of Alfreton, Blackwell, Heanor, Pentridge, and South Wingfield; and the p. curacies of Codnor and Loscoe, Ironville, Riddings, Somercotes, Ripley, and Swanwick. The deanery of Ashborne contains the rectories of Bentley-Fenny, Bradley, Edlaston, Mapleton, Norbury, and Thorpe; the vicarages of Ashborne and Bradbourne; and the p. curacies of Alsop, Clifton, Kniveton, Hulland, Osmaston, Parwich Imperial
    LONDON London
    London
    Stanley Buildings, were erected, before the end of 1865, by a company under Alderman Waterlow's auspices, in Wapping, King's Cross-road, and Old St. Pancrasroad. A vast pile was erected in 1863, at the corner of Commercial-street and White-Lion-street, Spitalfields, by the trustees of Mr. Peabody's gift of £150,000," for the benefit of the honest and industrious poor of the metropolis; "has frontages of 215 and 140 feet; is in a variety of the domestic pointed style; is mainly disposed, throughout the ground and first floors, in shops, with their stores Imperial
    NORWICH Norfolk
    Suffolk
    Stanley. Each of the two lateral divisions of the W front exhibits pure Norman architecture; is of three stories, the first pierced with the doorway to the aisle, the second pierced with four windows separated only by small columns, the third displaying three blank arches; and isflanked with a small staircase turret. The N and the Selevations of the nave show a three-storied aisle, a clere-story with triforium, and an embattled parapet on both; have an uncommon height; and exhibit tiers of Normanblank arches or arcades, with some late perpendicular windows. The interior of the nave looks much Imperial
    Perth Perthshire Leonard's in Perth; and the chapelries of St Stephen in Perth and Stanley. The Free Church and the U.P. Church Groome
    St Andrews Fife Leonard, with a principal and 9 professors, distributed into a Faculty of Arts and a Faculty of Medicine; and St Mary's College with a principal and 3 professors, forming a Faculty of Theology. In the Faculty of Arts the chairs, with the dates of foundation and patrons, are: - Greek (instituted at foundation of colleges; University Court); Humanity (1620; Scot of Scotstarvit, Duke of Portland); Logic and Metaphysics (instituted at the foundation of the colleges; University Court); Moral Philosophy (instituted at the foundation of the colleges; University Court); Natural Philosophy (instituted at the foundation of the colleges; University Court); Mathematics Groome
    Stanley St Leonard   Stanley St Leonard . See LEONARD STANLEY. Bartholomew
    STONEHOUSE Gloucestershire school.—The sub-district contains also Leonard-Stanley, Randwick, and Haywards-Field. Acres, 3,955. Pop., 4,538. Houses, 1,016. Imperial
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