Searching for "NEWINGTON GREEN"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    CANTERBURY Kent
    Surrey
    CANTERBURY , a city in Kent, and a diocese in Kent and Surrey. The city partly forms a district of itself Imperial
    Edinburgh Midlothian green marls. In the districts of Newington, Grange, the Meadows, and Warrender Park, these beds dip to the N at angles Groome
    GLOUCESTER and BRISTOL Gloucestershire
    Somerset
    Wiltshire
    Green, Kemerton, Marston-Sicca, Saintbury, Stanton, Todenham, Welford, Weston-sub-Edge, Willersey, and Worming; the vicarages of Beckford, Chipping-Campden, Childswickham, Didbrook, Ebrington, Mickleton, Pebworth, Quinton, Stan way, Toddington, and Weston-upon-Avon; and the p. curacies of Ashton-under-Hill, Moreton-in-the-Marsh, Cow-Honeybourne, Hayles, Lemington, Preston-on-Stour, Snowshill, Stanley-Pontlarge, and Great Washbourn. The deanery of Dursley comprises the rectories of Beverstone, Dursley, Lasborough, Newington Imperial
    Hackney Middlesex Newington par.), 3935 ac., pop. 186,462; Hackney returns 3 members to Parliament -- 3 divisions, viz., North, Central, and South, 1 member for each division; its representation was increased from 2 to 3 members in 1885, when its parl. limits were reduced by the formation of the new parl. bors. of Bethnal Green Bartholomew
    HACKNEY Middlesex Newington, on the E, by Stratford-le-Bow and West Ham, on the S, by BethnalGreen and Shoreditch, on the W, by Islington and Stoke Newington; and measures, in circumference, about 11¾ miles. It skirts the river Lea on the NE and the E; it is traversed, along the N border, by the North London railway, and has stations on it at Church street and Kingsland; and it lies in the London NE postal district, and has post offices‡ in Church street, Dalston, HackneyWick, Homerton, Kingsland green Imperial
    ISLINGTON Middlesex Green, Barnsbury-Park, and part of Newington-Green. Acres, 3, 127. Real property, in 1860, £756, 698: of which Imperial
    London Essex
    Kent
    Middlesex
    Surrey
    Green, 2; Camberwell, 3; Chelsea, 1; Deptford, 1; Finsbury, 3; Fulham, 1; Greenwich, 1; Hackney, 3; Hammersmith, 1; Hampstead, 1; Islington, 4; Kensington, 2; Lambeth, 4; Lewisham, 1; Marylebone, 2; Newington Bartholomew
    LONDON London
    London
    green, Clapton-square, De Beauvoir-square, Hoxton-square, and Stoke-Newington-green; in Islington, Highburycrescent, Islington-green, and Barnsbury, Thornhill Imperial
    NEWINGTON Surrey green Westmoreland and grey slates, laid in patterns; and contains, on the first floor, a hall 42 feet by 20, two committee rooms 30 feet by 20, and 20 feet by 19, and an ante-room 19 feet by 12. J. D. Hume, who compiled the new Custom-house code, was a native. Acres, 624. Real property, £107, 300. Pop. in 1851, 64, 816; in 1861, 82, 220. Houses, 12, 740. The parish originally formed one charge, and was called Newington Imperial
    NEWINGTON-GREEN Middlesex NEWINGTON-GREEN , a metropolitan suburb in Islington and Stoke-Newington parishes, Middlesex; adjacent to the New river and to the Newington Imperial
    NEWINGTON-ROAD Middlesex NEWINGTON-ROAD , a railway station in Middlesex; on the North London railway, adjacent to Newington-Green. Imperial
    TOTTENHAM Middlesex Newington, on the N with Edmonton; contains a large portion of Alexandra park; is divided politically into the wards of High-Cross, Lower, Middle, and Wood-Green Imperial
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