Searching for "KENSAL TOWN"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    KENSALL-GREEN Middlesex KENSALL-GREEN , a metropolitan suburb and a chapelry in Chelsea, Paddington, Kensington, Hammersmith, and Willesden parishes, Middlesex. The suburb lies on the Paddington canal, adjacent to four railways, and to junctions of them, 5 miles WNW of St. Paul's, London; comprises Kensall-Green hamlet and KensallNew-Town Imperial
    Kensal Town Middlesex Kensal Town , eccl. dist., Chelsea and Paddington pars., Middlesex, in W. of London, pop. 9377. Bartholomew
    London Essex
    Kensal Green, Brompton, Hampstead, Highgate, Nunhead, Norwood, and Abney Park. London is the supreme seat of the judicature of the country. The principal courts are concentrated in the magnificent range of buildings known as the New Law Courts. The Inns of Court are to some extent colleges for law students, and include the Inner Temple, Middle Temple, Lincoln's Inn, and Gray's Inn. Altogether the different courts give employment to over 3000 barristers and 5000 solicitors. Exclusive of the Mansion House and Guildhall, in the City, there are 13 police courts in various parts of the metropolis Bartholomew
    LONDON London
    Town, Northolt, Old Ford, Paddington, Mile-End-Old-Town, Poplar, Ratcliffe, Shadwell, South Hackney, Stepney, St. Barnabas-Homerton, St. BotolphBishopsgate, St. George-in-the-East, Whitechapel, Bethnal-Green, Wapping, and West Hackney; the chapelries in these parishes, and the chapelries of St. James-Clapton, St. Peter-De-Beauvoir-square, St. Philip-Dalston, and St. Thomas-Stamford-hill. The archdeaconry of Middlesex comprises the parishes of Fulham and Kensington, and the deaneries of Barnes and Hammersmith, St. George-Bloomsbury, Chelsea, Ealing, Enfield, Greenwich, St. George-Hanover-square, Hampton, Harrow, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St. Marylebone, Paddington, St. Pancras, Staines, Uxbridge Imperial
    MANCHESTER Lancashire
    Town, and Bradford, about 2 miles E of the Royal Exchange; comprises about 31 acres; has such natural contour and such artificial embellishments as to be eminently beautiful or almost romantic; and contains several lakes, numerous parterres, bowers and shrubberies, a gymnasium, archery-grounds, and skittle and quoit alleys.-A park at Moss-side, for the Hulme suburb, and to be called Alexandra Park, was projected in 1869.-The race-course was formerly on Kensall Imperial
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