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    Place name County Entry Source
    BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, or Bucks Buckinghamshire Woods are plentiful on the Chilterns, in Whadden-chase, and around Brill. Much butter and some cream-cheese are made for the London market; the cattle are chiefly Hereford and Yorkshire shorthorns; and the sheep, variously Dorsets for Lambs, Southdowns for mutton, and mixed Gloucester and Leicester for wool. Berkshire hogs are reared numerously on the dairy farms; many calves also are fattened there for veal; and about £20,000 worth of ducks is sent annually to London. The chief manufactures are threadlace, straw-plait, woodenware, and paper. The Great Western railway crosses the south-eastern tract; and sends Imperial
    Devil's Ditch Cambridgeshire Devil's Ditch , ancient work, Cambridgeshire; extends from the fens at Beach to vicinity of Ditton-Wood. Bartholomew
    DEVIL'S-DITCH Cambridgeshire fens at Reach to the vicinity of Ditton-Wood. It formed part of the boundary between East Anglia and Mercia. Imperial
    Ditton Green Cambridgeshire Ditton Green , hamlet, Wood Ditton par., Cambridgeshire, 3½ miles S. of Newmarket. Bartholomew
    DITTON-WOOD Cambridgeshire DITTON-WOOD , a parish in Newmarket district, Cambridge; at the south end of the Devil's Ditch, near the Newmarket Imperial
    ELY Cambridgeshire Wood-Ditton; and the p. curacies of Landwade and Santon-Downham. The deanery of Sudbury contains the rectories of Aldham Imperial
    HEREFORD Herefordshire Wood. The-deanery of Weobly contains the rectories of Bacton, Bishopstone, Michaelchurch, Brobury, Byford, Credenliill, Cnsop, Abbeydore, Dorston, Kenchester, Kinnersley, Letton, Moccas, Monnington-on-Wyre, Stanntonupon-Wye, Stretton-Sngwas, Turnastone, Whitney, Wil6 lersley, and Winforton; the vicarages of Almeley, Yazor, Bredwardine, Sollers-Bridge, Brilley, Clifford, Clodock, Eardesley, Lyonshall, Kington, Mansel-Gamage, Mansel-Lacy, Eskley-Michaelchurch, Peter-church, Rowlstone, Vowchurch, and Weobl y; and the p. curacies of Hardwick, Craswall, Llanfaino, Longtown, Newton, Dulas, Bollingham, Ewyas-Harold, Huntington, Llancillo, St. Margaret, Walterstone, and wormsley. The deanery of Weston contains the rectories of Stoke-Edith and Sutton-ST. Nicholas; the vicarages Imperial
    LANCASHIRE Lancashire Wood, Acres House, Adlington Hall, Aldcliffe Hall, Alder Grange, Alkincoates, Alkrington, Aldingham Hall, Allerton Tower, Alston, Apsley House, Arden House, Ashworth Hall, Astley Hall, Bank Hall, Bank House, Bankfield House, Bardsea Hall, Barton Lodge, Baxenden House, Beaconsfield, Beechley, Belfield Hall-, Bellevale, Belleview House, Bellingham Lodge, Bigland, Birch House, Bispham Hall, Bleasdale Tower, Blythe, Braythay Hall, Bradshaw, Brandlesome, Brindle Lodge, Broad Clough, Broadoak, Brook House, Brooklands, Broughton House, Broughton Tower, Brynbella, Burrow Hall, Butt Hill, Calderstone, Capernwray Hall, Carr House, Carter Place Hall, Castlehead, Castleton Hall, Centre Vale, Catterall House, Chadswell, Chaigley Manor, Chattertonhay, Childwall Hall, Claremont Hall, Claughton Hall, Clayton Imperial
    LONDON London
    London
    LONDON , the metropolis of England. The centre of it is London city or London proper; the centre of that is Imperial
    Newmarket Cambridgeshire
    Suffolk
    Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire, and the par. of St Mary Newmarket, 250 ac., pop. 2730, and part of the par. of Exning Bartholomew
    NEWMARKET Cambridgeshire
    Suffolk
    Wood-Ditton, Stetchworth, Dullingham, Burrow-Green, Westley-Waterless, and Brinkley, all electorally in Cambridge; the sub-district of Bottisham, containing Imperial
    PUTNEY Surrey Ditton, a reservoir on Putney-heath, and thesupply of the metropolis. The parish contains also the hamlet of Roehampton; and comprises 2, 136 acres ofland, and 40 of water. Real property, £48, 668. Pop.in 1851, 5, 280; in 1861, 6, 481. Houses, 1, 135. P. Park was once the seat of Christian, Countess of Devonshire; and is now the seat of R. Hutton, Esq. P. Heath House is a seat of the Marquis of Bristol. Other mansions are seats of Lady Webster, Lady Guilford, Col. North, and M. Drummond, Esq.; and numerous villasstand dispersed over much ground, but rather Imperial
    Saxon Street Cambridgeshire Saxon Street , hamlet, Wood Ditton par., Cambridgeshire, in SW. of co., 3½ miles SE. of Newmarket; P.O. Bartholomew
    SAXON-STREET Cambridgeshire hamlet in Wood-Ditton parish, Cambridge; 3½ miles S S E of Newmarket. It has a post-office under Newmarket. Imperial
    Wood Ditton Cambridgeshire Wood Ditton , par. and vil., Cambridgeshire, in SE. of co.- par. (containing part of Newmarket town), 4899 ac., pop. 1546; vil., 3 m. S. of Newmarket Bartholomew
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