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    Place name County Entry Source
    ATCHAM Shropshire Upton-Magna r. station, 4 SE of Shrewsbury, and 6¼ W by N of the Wrekin. It also bears Imperial
    BATH and WELLS Somerset Magna, Compton-Dando, High Littleton, Stowey, Stanton-Drew, and West Harptree; the p. curacies of Dundry, Nempnett, and Whitchurch; and the donatives of Barrow-Gurney and Publow. The deanery of Chew, in its Portishead district, contains the rectories of Portis head, Brockley, Chelvey, Clapton, Kingston-Seymour, Nailsea, Walton-in-Gordano-with-Weston-in-Gordano, Wraxall, and Wrington; the sinecure rectory of Back well; the vicarages of Backwell, Clevedon, Easton-in Gordano, Long Ashton, Portbury, Tickenham, and Yatton; and the p. curacies of Burrington, Cleeve-in-Yatton, Christ Church-Clevedon, East Clevedon, Flax-Bourton, Kenn-in-Yatton, Christ Church-Nailsea Imperial
    ELY Cambridgeshire Magna, Shepreth, Stapleford, Thriplow, and Trumpington. The deanery of Bourne contains the rectories of Boxworth, Childerley, Conington, Croxton, Elsworth, Little Eversden, Fen-Drayton, Little Gransden, Graveley, Hardwicke, Hatley-St. George, Kingston, Knapwell, Lolworth, Papworth-St. Agnes, Papworth-St. Everard, Long Stow, and Toft; and the vicarages of Bourne, Caldecot, Caxton, Eltisley, Great Eversden, Gamlingay, and Swavesey. The deanery of Cambridge contains the rectories of Cambridge-St. Botolph, Cambridge-St. Mary the Great, Fulbourn-St. Vigors, Ditton, and Teversham; the vicarages of Cambridge-All Saints, Cambridge-St. Andrew the Great, Cambridge-St. Clement, Cambridge-St. Giles, Cambridge-St. Sepulchre, Cherry-Hinton Imperial
    EXETER Cornwall
    Devon
    Magna Britannia, " published in 1738, "abounded with religions houses, before the dissolution, and other lesser suppressions. Within the circuit of the cathedral were three; one for the monks, supposed to be founded by King Ethelred; another for nuns, which is now called the Kalendarhay; and a third for the monks of St. Benedict, founded by King Athelstan, and is that part of the cathedral that is now called Our lady's chapel. Within the east gate stood the priory of St. John for regular canons, built, as is said, by Gilbert and Robert Long, brothers; St. James' abbey, replenished Imperial
    GLOUCESTER and BRISTOL Gloucestershire
    Somerset
    Wiltshire
    Upton-St. Leonard, and Wheaten-hurst. The deanery of Campden comprises the rectories of Alderton, Aston-Somerville, Aston-sub-Edge, Batsford, Bourton-on-the-Hill, Buckland, Clifford-Chambers, Pinnock, Dorsington, Dumbleton, Hinton-on-the-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 Imperial
    HEREFORD Herefordshire Magna, Norton-Canon, Pipe, Withington, and Woolhope; and the p. curacies of Breinton, Brockhampton, Bullinghope, Huntington, Tebberton, Moreton-Jeffries, and Preston-Wynne. The deanery of Frome contains the rectories of Aylton, Bridenoury, Coddington, Collington, Colwall, Cradley, Donnington, Eastnor, Edwin-Ralph, Evesbach, Frome-Castle, Little Marcle, Munsley, Pixley, Upper Sapey, StokeLacy, Tedstone-Delamere, Tedstone-Wafer, Thornbury, Ullinswick, and Whitborne; the vicarages of Avenbury, Bosbury, Bromyard, Much-Cowarne, Felton, BishopFrome, Canon-Frome, Ledbury, Pitchard-Ocle, StokeBliss, Stretton-Grandison, Wolferlow, and Yarkhill; the p. curacies of Cradley-St. John, Bishop-Grendon, BishopStanford, Ashperton, Little Cowarne, and Wacton; and the donative of Brockhampton Imperial
    LICHFIELD Derbyshire
    Nottinghamshire
    Shropshire
    Staffordshire
    Upton-Magna; the vicarages of Ercall-Magna, Leighton, Wellington-All Saints, Wrockwardine, and Wroxeter; and the p. curacies of Buildwas Imperial
    LINCOLN Lincolnshire
    Nottinghamshire
    Magna, Wragby, Sixhills, Stainton-by-Langworth, and West Torrington; the p. curacies of Apley, Bullington, and Stainfield; and the donative of Goltho. The deanery of Yarborough-first contains the rectories of Croxton, South Ferriby, and Saxby; the vicarages of Barnetby-le-Wold, Barrow-upon-Humber, Barton-upon-Humber-St. Mary, Bonby, Elsham, Goxhill, East Halton-on-Humber, Horkstow, Killingholme, Harburgh, Kirmington, Thornton-Curtis, Ulceby, Wootton, Worlaby, and Wrawby; and the p. curacies of Barton-upon-Humber-St. Peter, Melton-Ross, and Brigg. The deanery of Yarboroughsecond contains the rectories of Bigby, Brocklesby, Nettleton, and Somerby; the vicarages of Cadney, Grassby Imperial
    NORTHAMPTON Northamptonshire Magna Charta. Henry III. received the homage of the king of Scotland here in 1217; kept Christmas here in 1218; convened parliaments here in 1227 and 1241; held a tournament here in 1241, at which Peter de Savoy the queen's uncle tilted; took the town from Simon Montfort and the barons in 1 264; and held another parliament at it in 1266. An effort, in consequence of disputes among the students of Oxford and Cambridge, was repeatedly made, in the time of Henry III., to establish a university in Northampton; and it so far succeeded as to obtain royal Imperial
    Upton Magna Shropshire Upton Magna , par. and ry. sta., Shropshire, 3½ miles E. of Shrewsbury, 3282 ac., pop. 465; P.O.; coal and limestone Bartholomew
    UPTON-MAGNA Shropshire UPTON-MAGNA , a parish in Atcham district, Salop; on the Shropshire Union railway, 3¾ miles E of Shrewsbury. It has a post Imperial
    WITHINGTON Shropshire Upton-Magna r. station, and 5¾ E of Shrewsbury. Post town, Upton-Magna, under Shrewsbury. Acres, 1,135. Real Imperial
    WORCESTER Herefordshire
    Oxfordshire
    Warwickshire
    Worcestershire
    Upton, with 12; the d. of Warwick, with 18; the d. of East Worcester, with 21; and the d. of West Worcester, with 22. The archdeaconry of Coventry comprises the deanery of Atherstone, with 14 livings; the d. of Baginton, with 9; the d. of Birmingham, with 30; the d. of Coleshill, with 9; the d. of Coventry, with 15; the d. of Dassett-Magna Imperial
    WROXETER Shropshire Upton-Magna r. station, 3¾ W of the Wrekin, and 5¾ SE by E of Shrewsbury; was known Imperial
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