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    Aberdeen Aberdeenshire Burton, 'emphatically to show that the fruits of his genius were entirely to be withdrawn from his own countrymen, the only building in Scotland known to have been planned by him, this church in his native city, combines whatever could be derived of gloomy and cumbrous from the character of the Gothic architecture, with whatever could be found of cold and rigid in the details of the Classic.' The East Church, too, was barbarously demolished, and rebuilt(1834-37)in Gothic style: but on 9 Oct. 1874, its roof and interior were destroyed by fire, along with the spire Groome
    Burton Constable Yorkshire Burton Constable .-- seat and hamlet, with ry. sta., Swine par., East-Riding Yorkshire, 8 miles NE. of Hull. The hamlet Bartholomew
    Burton Constable Yorkshire Burton Constable , township, Finghall par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 3¼ miles E. of Leyburn, 2650 ac., pop. 213. Bartholomew
    BURTON-CONSTABLE Yorkshire BURTON-CONSTABLE , a hamlet in Swine parish, E. R. Yorkshire; with a station on the Hornsea railway, 10¼ miles Imperial
    BURTON-CONSTABLE Yorkshire BURTON-CONSTABLE , a township in Finghall parish, N. R. Yorkshire; adjacent to the Leyburn railway, 3¼ miles E of Leyburn Imperial
    Constable Burton Yorkshire Constable Burton , hamlet and seat with ry. sta., 3½ miles E. of Leyburn, North-Riding Yorkshire. Bartholomew
    Dryburgh Abbey Berwickshire Constable of Scotland, in 1150.* According to the Chronicle of Melrose, Beatrix de Beauchamp, wife of De Morville, obtained a charter of confirmation for the new foundation from David I.; and the cemetery was consecrated on St Martin's Day, 1150, 'that no demons might haunt it;' but the community did not come into residence till 13 Dec. 1152. The monks or canons regular (to give them their proper title)were Premonstratensians from Alnwick; and their garb was a coarse black cassock, covered by a white woollen cope, 'in imitation of the angels of heaven, who are clothed in white Groome
    DUBLIN Dublin constables. Milo de Cogan, to whose intrepidity the English had been indebted for their conquest, accompanied Henry on his departure. Previously to his leaving the city, the king granted it a charter, entitling it to the same privileges as Bristol then enjoyed : the original is still preserved in the archives of the corporation. By a subsequent charter of the same king, the citizens are freed from payment of toll, passage, and pontage, throughout England, Normandy, Wales, and Ireland. Three years after Henry's departure, Strong-bow made an incursion into Munster, in which he was accompanied by the Ostmen Lewis:Ireland
    Dumfries Dumfries Shire Constable Maxwell, a monument to whom was placed in it in 1876. The Roman Catholic schools adjoining the church are excellent buildings with separate departments for boys, girls, and infants. Pupils on roll, 430; average attendance, 360; Government grant, May 1881, £296, 0s. 6d. The Marist Brothers, a R.C. teaching order, a lay association of men, under vows of obedience, poverty, and chastity, have, since 1874, had their head house for the three kingdoms at St Michael's Mount, formerly Laural Bank, a mansion within 5 or 6 acres of ground in a south-eastern suburb. St Michael Groome
    Dunfermline Fife Constable of the royal buildings stood immediately N of the Queen's House. An aperture, originally about 4 feet high, and 2 ½ feet wide, but now so choked with earth as to be only 2 ½ feet high, is near the NW corner of the Palace, and forms the entrance to a dark subterraneous passage branching into offshoots, and measuring 98 ½ feet in total length. The Pended or Pended Tower, connecting the Palace and the Abbey, is a massive oblong structure, with elegant groined archway on the line of the street; presents interesting features of strong ribbed arches Groome
    FINGALL, or Finghall Yorkshire Burton-Constable; and its post town is Thornton-Steward, under Bedale. Acres, 4, 436. Real property, £5, 634. Pop., 406. Houses Imperial
    GAINSBOROUGH Lincolnshire constables, to govern the town, are appointed by the leet jury. The township and the town are conterminate. Real property, £26, 507; of which £593 are in gas-works. Pop. in 1851, 7, 261; in 1861, 6, 320. Houses, 1, 403. The decrease of pop. was caused by the emigration of watermen and rope-makers. William de Gainsborough, bishop of Worcester, and Simon Patrick, bishop of Ely, were natives. The town gives the title of Earl to the family of Noel. The parish contains also the townships of Morton, Walkerith, and East Stockwith. Acres, 7, 210. Real property Imperial
    Harlaw Aberdeenshire Constable of Dundee, and his fall so encouraged the Highlanders, that, seizing and stabbing the horses, they dismounted the riders, whom they despatched with their daggers. In the meantime the Earl of Mar, who had penetrated with his main army into the very heart of the enemy, kept up the unequal contest with great bravery, and, though the action cost him almost the whole of his army, he continued the fatal struggle with a handful of men till nightfall. The disastrous result of this battle was one of the greatest misfortunes that ever befell the families of Angus Groome
    HAUKSWELL, Hauxwell, or Hawkswell Yorkshire Constable-Burton r. station, and 4¼ NE of Leyburn. Acres, 2, 040. Real property, £2, 105. Pop., 98 and 58. Houses Imperial
    HEDON, or HEYDON Yorkshire Burton-Constable, and finally to H edon. The church is cruciform; measures 164½ feet from E to W, and 103 from Imperial
    HINCKLEY Leicestershire
    constable and three headboroughs for the latter; and is a polling place for South Leicestershire. A weekly market is held on Monday; and fairs are held on the first, second, and third Monday after Epiphany, Easter Monday, the Monday before Whit-Monday, Whit-Monday itself, 26 Aug., and the first Monday of Nov. Stocking weaving is the principal industry; was introduced in 1640; and employs, in the town and neighbourhood, upwards of 2, 000 frames. Basket making, rope making, stocking frame making, needle making, and malting also are carried on. A steam corn mill was built Imperial
    LONDON London
    constables, and of course had neither strength nor spirit to attempt any breach of the peace. Sir Robert Peel died in 1850, in consequence of a fall from his horse in Hyde Park. Much excitement was created toward the end of that year by an act of the Pope, dividing England into Episcopal sees, and making Cardinal Wiseman "Archbishop of Westminster; ''but it was quieted, early in the next year, by the passing of a bill in parliament "to prevent the assumption of certain ecclesiastical titles from places in the United Kingdom. ''The great exhibition in Hyde Park Imperial
    MARYLEBONE Middlesex Burton, and sold in 1843 for upwards of £20,000; was used for scientific lectures and artistic entertainments; and was doomed to demolition in 1869. The public baths and washhouses were erected in 1849, after designs by Eales, at a cost of £20,000; measure 160 feet by 230; contain 107 baths and 89 washing-stands; include a swimming-bath, containing 40,000 gallons of water; and are self-supported. Portman market, in the New-road, was con structed for the sale of hay and other commodities; superseded, in 1830, a hay and straw mart in Piccadilly Imperial
    RIPON Yorkshire Burton theantiquary; had Archbishop Hutton and Bishop Porteousas pupils at its grammar-school; and gives the title of Earl to the family of Robinson. Structure. —The city rises in gentle acclivities, on almost every side, toward the centre; but rises somewhatmore abruptly from the Skell, and has a suburb on thefarther bank of that rivulet. It formerly presented anantique appearance, with timbered houses and gabled fronts; but, since the beginning of the present century, it has been generally reconstructed and very much improved; yet it still presents, in many of the modernhouses, the picturesque gable-front character. Most Imperial
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