Searching for "WEST HARLING"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    DURHAM County Durham Harle, and Kirk-Whelpington; and the p. curacies of Birtley, Humshaugh, and Thockrington. The deanery of Corbridge contains the vicarages of Bywell-St. Andrew, Bywell-St. Peter, Corbridge, Heddon-on-the-Wall, and Stamfordham; and the p. curacies of Whittonstall, Halton, Ovingham, Mickley, Shotley, Slaly, Ryal, and Matfen. The deanery of Hexham contains the rectories of Kirkhaugh, Knaresdale, and Whitfield; the vicarages of Allendale, Haltwhistle, and Warden; and the p. curacies of Allenhead, Allendale-St. Peter, Nine-Banks, West Imperial
    Glasgow Lanarkshire
    West of Scotland, from the coal and iron of our mines to the finest products of our looms, and the most improved types of our varied machinery. ' The details of the deepening of the river Clyde have been already given in the article Clyde, and the details here given will be confined to the harbour proper. The harbour extends along the river for a distance of practically over two miles and a half. It is for this distance from 400 to 500 feet wide; and besides the natural basin of the river includes two tidal docks, one of them Groome
    GUERNSEY Guernsey West Indian liqueurs, are manufactured. Wines, principally port, are stored, bottled, and reshipped, by several London companies; with the advantage of ripening and mellowing in one third less time than in the London cellars, and of saving some expenses. Soap, candles, cordage, biscuit, tobacco, and stuff are manufactured. Bricks and ornamental pottery are made; and ship building, to a considerable extent, is carried on. Regular steam communication is maintained with Alderney, Jersey, Weymouth, and Southampton; and constant communication also with the French coast. About 17, 000 tons of shipping belong to the island; and about 600 sailing vessels clear Imperial
    GUILTCROSS Norfolk West Harling, East Harling, Bridgham, Quiddeuham, Eccles, and Wilby. Acres, 44, 585. Poorrates in 1863, £7, 041. Pop. in 1851, 12, 744; in 1861, 11, 541. Houses Imperial
    Harle, Little and West Northumberland West , 2 townships, Kirkwhelpington par., S. Northumberland, on river Wansbeck, 9½ miles E. of Bellingham -- Little Harle, 710 ac., pop. 48; West Bartholomew
    HARLE (LITTLE and WEST) Northumberland HARLE (LITTLE and WEST) , two townships in Kirkwhelpington parish, Northumberland; on the river Wansbeck, and on the Wansbeck Valley railway Imperial
    Harling, Middle Norfolk Harling, Middle , hamlet, West Harling par., S. Norfolk. Bartholomew
    HARLING (MIDDLE) Norfolk HARLING (MIDDLE) , a hamlet in West Harling parish, Norfolk. It was once a parish, and had a church. Imperial
    Harling, West Norfolk Harling, West , par. (ry. sta. Harling Road), S. Norfolk, 3034 ac., pop. 118. Bartholomew
    HARLING (West) Norfolk HARLING (West) , a parish in Guiltcross district, Norfolk; 2¼ miles S by W of Harling-Road r. station, and 7¼ E by N of Thetford Imperial
    KIRKHARLE, or Harle-Kirk Northumberland Harle, and West Harle; and has a post office of the name of Harle, under Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Acres, 2, 140. Pop. in 1851, 164; in 1861, 118. Houses Imperial
    KIRKWHELPINGTON Northumberland West Harle, Great Bavington, Catcherside, Coldwell, Fawns, and Little Harle in Bellingham district, and the township of Capheaton in Castle Imperial
    NORFOLK Norfolk West Harling Hall, West Somerton Hall, Weston House, Westwick House, Whitehall, Whitlingham Hall, Whitwell Hall, Witchingham Hall, Witton Hall, Wiveton Imperial
    West Harling Hall Norfolk West Harling Hall , seat, Norfolk, near Harling Road sta. See HARLING, WEST. Bartholomew
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