Searching for "STRATFORD MARSH"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    BATSFORD, or Battisford Gloucestershire Stratford railway and the Fosse way, 2 miles NW of Moreton. Post Town, Moreton-in-the-Marsh. Acres, 932. Real Imperial
    BUCKINGHAM Buckinghamshire Marsh-Gibbon; and the subdistrict of Leckhampstead, containing the parishes of Leckhampstead, Beachampton, Thornton, Thornborough, Maids-Moreton, Foxcott, Akeley-cum-Stockholt, Lillingstone-Lovell, Lillingstone-Dayrell, Stowe, Shalstone-with-Old-Wick, Water-Stratford Imperial
    ESSEX Essex marshes. The trade of Essex consists chiefly in its vegetable and animal produce; and receives great and constant stimnlation from the county's vicinity to London. Commerce to any great distance is inconsiderable; and commerce to any quarter has no better ports than the inferior ones of Harwich, Maldon, and Colchester; yet the home-commerce, including that to London, is very great. An oyster-fishery, carried on all round the coastfrom the Colne river to Canvey island, employs about 200 boats and 500 hands, and produces yearly about 15, 000 bushels of good oysters. Other fisheries, and the catching Imperial
    GLOUCESTERSHIRE, or Gloucester Gloucestershire Marsh, Chipping-Campden, and Evesham, and sends off branches to Bourton-on-the-Water and Stratford-upon-Avon; another, the Great Imperial
    HAM, or WEST HAM Essex Stratford, with the Grove, the Green, and Maryland Point; and Plaistow ward, containing Plaistow village, the Marshes, Hallsville, Silvertown, and the Victoria Imperial
    LONDON London
    marsh or forest. The inhabitants probably lived chiefly by hunting and by fishing; they were accustomed to stall as many cattle as sufficed for a few months' consumption; and they may have carried on some small inland commerce. Their chiefs or kings, in the century before the Christian era, reigned over a considerable territory, and seem to have been equal to the greatest in Britain. Cassibelan or Cassivellaunus, king of the Catteucham, resident at Verulam, invaded their territory, slew the king Immanuence or Lud, and sought to slay also his son and heir Mandubrace. The latter was not able Imperial
    Marsh and Chipping-Campden, to Church-Honeybourne on the border of Worcestershire: sends off thence a branch north-eastward to Stratford Imperial
    PLAISTOW Essex Stratford, and 6¼ E by N of St. Paul's, London; and has a station on the railway, a post-office under London E, and a metropolitan police station. The chapelry was constituted in 1844, and curtailed in 1862 and 1867. Pop. in 1861, 11, 214. Houses, 1, 689. Pop. as curtailed, 6, 714. The living is a p. curacy in the diocese of London. Value, £300.* Patron, the Vicar of West Ham. The church was built in 1830 at a cost of £4, 800; and is in the Tudor style. There are chapels for Independents Imperial
    Stratford Marsh Essex Stratford Marsh , eccl. dist., West Ham par., Essex, in town of Stratford, pop. 9710. Bartholomew
    Stratford. It has two post-offices under London E, and r. stations with telegraph. Pop. in 1868, nearly 10,000. Docks here, on what was previonsly a desolate tract of marsh Imperial
    WICKLOW Wicklow Stratford-on-Slaney, and Enniskerry; and dispensaries at Bray, Kiltegan, Rathdrum, Blessington, Carnew, Coollattin, Tinahely, Dunlavan, Delgany, Dunganstown, and Redcross. The Grand Jury presentments for 1835 amounted to £21,706. 16. 7 ¾., of which £744. 10. 4. was for roads, bridges, &c., being the county charge; £10,920. 0. 5 ¼. for roads, bridges, &c., being the baronial charge; £5401. 2. 3 ½. for public buildings, charities, officers' salaries, and incidents; £3743. 13. 11. for the police; and £897. 9. 8. for repayment of advances made by Government. In the military Lewis:Ireland
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