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BERDON, 7 miles S.W.from Saffron-Walden. Popula. 338. Here was an Augustine Friary, founded in the reign of Hen. III.; yearly income 311. 5s. ljd.; now worth 6254. it. 6d. ; granted, 30 Henry VIII., to Henry Parker.

BERGHOLT (West), 2 miles N.W. from Colchester. Popula. 694- Fairs, June 22, cattle and toys.

BIRCH (Great and Little), 3 miles S.W. from Colchester. Popula. 662.

BIRCHANGER, 5 miles N.W. from Dunmow. Popula. 336. Here was an Hospital, founded in the reign of King John, by Richard Serlo; valuation 231. Ids. Hrf., now worth 4701. 13s. id.; granted, by Hen. VIII., to Sir Martin Bowes.

BIRDBROOK.3 miles S.W. from Haverhill. Popula. 460.

BISHOP-STORTFORD.—See Herts.

BLACKMORE.5 milesS.W.from Chelmsford. Fopula. 657. Fair, Aug. 21, for cattle in general. Here was an Augustine Monastery, founded, in the reign of King John, by Adam and Jordan de Samford; income 851. 9$. 7d. yearly, now worth 1,7091. lis. 8d.; granted, 32 Hen. VIII., to John Smith.

BOBBINGWORTH, 2} miles N.W. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 277.

BOCKING, 2 miles N. from Brainlree. Popula. 2,786.

BOREHAM, 3$ miles N.E. from Chelmsford. Popula. 918.

BORLEY, 2 j miles N.W. from Sudburv. Popula. 195.

BOWERS-GIFFORD.5J miles N.W. from Rochford. Popula. 221.

BOXTED, 1 mile S.E. from Neyland. Popula. 793.

BRADFIELD, 9 miles N.E. from Colchester. Popula. 822.

BRADWELL-NEAR-THE-SEA, 8 miles S.E. from Maldon. Popula 904. Fair, June 24, for toys.

BRADWELL-NEXT-COGGESHALL, 1 mile W. from Coggeshall. Popula. 317.

BRAINTREE, 40 miles N.E. from London. Popula. 2,983. Market, Wed.; fairs. May 8, Oct. 2 and 3, lor cattle, butter, cheese, &c.

BRAXTKD (Great), 3 miles E. from Witham. Popula. 508.

BRAXTED (Little), 1 mile E. from Witham. Popula. 117.

BRENTWOOD, in South-Weald parish.

and popula. included therein. Fairs, July 11, Oct. 15 and 16, for horses and horned cattle.

BRIGHTLINGSEA, |7 mile. S.E. front Colchester. Popula. 1,628. Fairs, arst Thurs. in June, Oct. 15, for horses.

BROOK-STREET, in South-Weald parish, and popula. included therein. At this place there was a Free Chapel, founded in the reign of Edw. I.; granted, 7 Edw. VI., to Sir Anthony Brown and Richard Weston.

BROOMF1ELD, 3 miles N. from Chelmsford. Popula. 624.

BROMLEY (Great), 4 miles E. from Colchester. Popula. 693.

BROMLEY (Little), 4$ miles N.E. from Colchester. Popula. 349.

BROXTED, 3 miles N.W. from Dunmow. Popula. 597.

BULMER, 1 mile W. from Sudbury.

Popula. 628. Fair, two days before

Holy-Thurs., for cattle, bops, &c. BULPHAM, 4 miles W. from Rochford.

Popula. 242. BUMPSTEAD-HELION, 1§ mile S.W.

from Haverhill. Popula. 77S. BUMPSTEAD-STEEPLE, 2 miles S.

from Haverhill. , Popula. 961.

BURES, 3 miles S.E. from Sudbury. Popula. 455.

BURES (St. Mary).—See Suffolk.

BURXHAM, 5 miles S. E.from Rochford. Popuki. 1,371. Fairs, April 25, Sept. 24, for toys.

Bl'RSTEAD (Great), 1 mile S. from Billericay. Popula. 1,861.

BURSTEAD (Little), 1$ mile S. from Billericay. Popula. 201.

BUTTSBURY, 5 miles S. from Chelmsford. Popula. 522.

CANFIELD (Great), 2} miles S.W. from Dunmow. Popula. 434.

CANFIELD (Little), 1 mile W. from Dunmow. Popula. 249.

CANEWDOX, 2 miles N.E. from Rochford.

Popula. 732. Fair, June 24, for toys. CANVEY, in Canvey-Island, in Laindon

parish, and popula. included therein.

6 miles S.W. from Rochford. Fair,

June 25, for toys. CHADWELL, in the'parish of Barlintr,

and popula. included therein. 8 miles

E.N.E. from London.

CHADWELL (St. Mary's), 1 mile N.E. from Grays-Thurrock. Popula. "OS,

CHAPEL or PONTISBRIGHT, 4 miles S.E. from Halstead. Popula. 331.

CHATLEY, in Great Leigh's parish, and popula, included therein.

CHELMSFORD with MOULSHAM, 29 miles N.E. from London. Popula.4,994. Market, Fri. ; fair«, May 12, Oct. IS, for cattle. Here was a Dominican Friary, founded at an early date, or in the adjoining hamlet of Fulsham; income 9/. 6s. 5ii. yearly, now worth 186/. 8s. id.; granted, 34 Hen. VIII., to Antony Donvixi. CHESTERFORD (Great). 3 miles N.W. from Saffron-Waiden. Popula. 755. Fair, July 5, for horses, &c.

CHESTERFORD (Little), 2 miles N.W. from Saffron-Walden. Popula. 192.

CHICKNEY, 5 miles N.W. from Dunmow. Popula. 66.

CHIGNAL-SMEALY, 3 miles N.W. from Chelmsford. Popula. 74.

CHIGNAL(St. James), 2 miles N.W. from Chelmsford. Popula. 217.

CHIGWELL, 9 miles S.W. from ChippingOngar. Popula. 1,696. Fair, Sept. 30, for hiring servants.

CHILDERDITCH, 4 miles W. from Billericay. Popula. 289.

CHINGFORD, 4 miles N. from WalthamAbbey. Popula. 837.

CHTSHALL (Great), 6 miles N.W. from Saffron-Walden. Popula. 353.

CHISHALL (Little), 5 miles N.W. from Saffron-Walden. Popula. 71.

CHRISHALL, 5 miles N.W. from SaffronWalden. Popula. 411.

CLACTON (Great), 10 miles S.E. from Colchester. Popula. 1,075. Fair, June 29, for toys.

CLACTON (Little), 9 miles S.E. from Colchester. Popula. 494. Fair, July 25, for toys.

CLAVERING, 5 miles S.W. from SaffronWalden. Popula. 1,081.

COGGESHALL (Great), 44 miles N.E. from London. Popula. 2,896. Market, Sat.; fairs, Whit.-Tues, and Wed., for toys, and horses. Here was a Cistercian Abbey, founded in the year 1142, by King Stephen; yearly income 298Í. 8s'., now worth 5,968/./granted, 29 Hen.VllI., to Sir Thomas Seymor.

COGGESHALL (Little), 1 mile S. from Coggeshall. Popula. 362.

COLCHESTER, 5L miles N.E. from London. Popula. 14,016. It contains the

parishes of All-Saints. Popula. 405.. Bere-Church. Popula. 122. Botolph. Popula. 2,130. St. Giles. Popula. 1,326. Greenstead. Popula. 510. St. James. Popula. 1,265. St. Leonard. Popula. 844. Lexden. Popula. 932. St. Martin. Popula. 843. St. Mary-at-the-Walls. Popula. 1,147. St. Michael, Miles-End. Popula. 447. St. Nicholas. Popula. 980. St. Peter. Popula. 1,647. St. Runwald. Popula. 426. Holy-Trinity. Popula. 521. Markets, Wed. and Sat.; fairs, EasterTues.. wholesale tailors ; July 5, horses; July 23, cattle and horses; Oct. 20, cattle, horses, butter, and toys. A corporate town, having a mayor, recorder, eleven aldermen, town-clerk, eighteen assistants and 18 common councilmen. Sends two members to parliament: right of election in the mayor, aldermen, common council, and free burgesses not receiving alms: number of voters, 1,400. Here there was a Benedictine Abbey, founded, in the year 1096, by Eudo, courtier of William the Contjueror; income 523/. 17s. 0%d. yearly, now worth 10,477/. Os. lOd.; granted, 1 Edw. VI., to John Earl of Warwick. An Augustine Friary, founded, in the reign of Hen. I., in the south part of the town, by Ernulphus, who became afterwards Prior of it; income 1131. 12s. 8d. vearly, now worth 2,272¡. 13». 4d.; granted, 28 Hen. VIII., to Sir Thomas Audley. A Friary, without the walls of the town, on the southward; founded, in the year 1244, for the crutched Friars; value 71.7». 8d. yearly, now worth 147/. 13s. 4d.; granted 35 Hen. VIII., to Thomas Lord Audley. Monastery of Grey Friars; founded, in the year 1309, by Robert Lord F'itzwalter, near the east gate, who became a Friar before his death, in 1325; granted, 36 Hen. VIII., to Francis Jobson and Andrew Audley, and by King Edw. VI., to John Earl of War. wick. COLD-NORTON, 4 miles S. from Maldon.

Popula. 226. COLNE (Earle's), 1 mile S.E. from Halstead. .Popula. 1,229. Fair, March 28, cattle and toys. Here was a Benedictine Priory, founded in the reign of Hen. 1., by Albericus de Yere, who became n Monk there ; yearly value 175/. 14s. 8$rf., now worth 3,514/. lis. id.; granted, 28 Hen. VIII., to John Earl of Oxford. COLNE-EUGAIN, 1 mile S.E. from

Halstead. Popula. 547. COLNE-WAKES, Ц miles S.E. frorHalstead. Popula. 417.

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COLNE-WHITE, 3 miles S.E. from Halstead. Popula. 298.

COPFORD, 4 miles S.E. from Coggeshall. Popula. 59*.

CORRINGHAM, 5 miles N.E. fromGraysThurrock. Popula. 235.

CRANHAM, 4 miles S. E. from Romford. Popula. 389.

CREEKSEA, 6 miles S.E. from Maldon. Popula. 152.

CRESSING, 2 miles S.W. from Coggeshall. Popula. 489. Here there was a Preceptory of Knights Templars, founded by King Stephen, in the year 1150; granted, 35 Hen. V1U., to Sir W. Hughes, Knt.

DANBURY, 4milesS.E.fromChelmsford. Popula. 1,005. Fair, May 29, toys.

DANGENHAM, 3 miles E. from Barking. Popula. 1,864.

DEBDEN, 3 miles S.E. from SaffronWalden. Popula. 940.

DEDHAM, 6 miles N.E. from Colchester. Popula. 1,651. Fair, Easter-Tuesday, toys.

DENGIE, 8 miles S.E. from Maldon. Popula. 234.

DODDINHURST, 2 miles S.E. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 356.

DONYLAND (East), 1 mile S.E. from Colchester. Popula. 562.

DOWNHAM, 1 mile N.E. from Billericay. Fopulu. 3l5.

DUNMOW (Great), 37 miles N.E. from London. Popula. 2,409. Market, Sat.; fairs, May 6, Nov. 3, cattle.

DUNMOW (Little), l mil. E. from Dunmow. Popula. 342. Here was an Augustine Monastery, founded, in the year 1104, by Lady Juga; revenue 173/. 2j. id., now worth 3,462i.6(. 8d.; granted, 28 Hen. VIII., to Robert Earl of Sussex.

DUNTON, 4 miles S.W. from Billericay. Popula. 133.

EASTER (Good), 5 miles S. from Dunmow. Popula. 478.

EASTER (High), 3 miles S. from Dunmow. Popula. 819.

EASTON (Great), 2 miles N. from Dunmow. Popula. 755.

EASTON (Little), 1 mile N.E. from Dunmow. Popula. 303.

EASTHORPE, 1 mile S.E. from Coggeshall. Popula. 175.

EASTWOOD, 1 mile S. from Rochford. Popula. 530.

ELMDON, 5 miles N.W. from Saffron

Walden. Popula. 601. ELMSTEAD, 4 miles N.E. from Colches

ter. Popula. 693. Fair, May 4, toys. ELSENHAM, 4 miles N.W. from Dunmow.

Popula. 434. EPPING, 16 miles N.E. from London.

Popula. 2,146. Market, Fri.; fairs,

Whit-Tues., Nov. 13, horses, cows,

and sheep.

EPPING-UPLAND with RYHILL, ia Epping parish, and popula. included therein.

FAIRLOP-OAK, 2 miles E. from Woodford, in Henault-Forest. A pleasure fair, on the first Fri. in July.

FAIRSTED, 2 miles N.W from Withsm. Popula. 263.

FARNBRIDGE (North), 5 miles S. from Maldon. Popula. 147.

FARNBRIDGE (South), 2 milesN. from

Rochford. Pppula. 107. FAK \ II A.M. 8 miles S.W. from Saflroo

Walden. Popula. 470.

FAULKBOURN, 1 mile N.W. from Witham. Popula. 168.

FEELSTEAD, 3 miles S.E. from Dunmow. Popula. 1,724.

FEERING, 1 mile S. from Coggeshall. Popula. 615.

FINCH1NGFIELD, 7 miles W. from Halstead. Popula. 2,007.

FINGRINGHOE, 3 miles S.E. from Colchester. Populs. 472. Fair, EasterMon., toys.

FOBBING, 5 miles N.E. from GraysThurrock. Popula. -107.

FORDHAM, 3 miles N.W. from Colchester. Popula. 696.

FOULNESS, 5 miles S.E. from Rochford. Popula. 565. Fair, July 10, toys.

FOXEARTH, 2 miles N.W. from Sudbury. Popula. 436.

FRATING, 5 miles S.E. from Colchester.

Popula. 263. FRINTON, 12 miles S.E. from Colchester.

Popula. 45.

FRYERNING, 5 miles S.W. from Chelmsford. Popula. 612.

FYFIELD, M mile N. from ChippingOogar. Popula. 583.

GESTINGTIIORPE, Ц mile» S.W. from

Sudbury. Popula. 694. GOLDHANGER, 4 miles N.E. from Melden. Popula. 459. Fair, May 14, toys. GOSF1ELD, 1 mile W. from Halstead.

Popula. 598. GRAYS.—See Thurrock. GREENSTEAD, l mile S.W. from Chip

piog-Ongar. Popula. 131. HADLE1GH, Ц miles N.W. from Roch

ford. Popula. 329. Fair, June 24,

toys. HADSTOCK, 4 mile» W. from Haverhill.

Popula. 392. Fair, June 28, horses,

ice.

HALLINGBURY (Greet), б mile» S.W.

from Dunmow. Popula. 678. Fair,

Whit-Tues., toys. HALLINGBURY (Little), б mile» S.W.

from Dunmow, Popnla. 470.

HALSTEAD, 46 miles N.E. from London. Popula. 3,858. Market, Fri.¡ fairs, May 6, Oct. 29, cattle. Here there was » Benedictine Cell, founded, in the reign of William the Conqueror, by Ingelrica, wife of Ranulf Peverell; income 83/. 19«. 7d. yearly, now worth 1,679/. lls.8d.; granted, 29 Hen. VIII., to Giles Leigh.

HANNINGFIELD (East), 5 miles S.E. from Chelmsford. Popula. 398.

HANNIN GFIELD (West), 3$ miles S.E. from Chelmsford. Popula. 468.

HANNINGFIELD (South), 5 miles S.E. from Chelmsford. Popula. 176.

HAM (East), i mile W. from Barking.

Popula. 1,424. HAM (West), i mile W. from Barking.

Popula. 9,753. HARLOW, 9 miles S.W. from Dunmow.

Popula. 1,928. Fairs, May 13, wool;

Sept. 9, Nov. 28, horsesiind cattle.

HARWICH, 72 miles N.E. from London. Popula. 4,010. It contains the two parishes of Dover-Court and St. Nicholas. Market, Tue«, and Fri.; fairs, May 1, Oct. 18, toys. A corporate town, bavin» a mavor, seven aldermen, recorder, andtwenty-fourcapital burgesses. Sends two members to parliament: right of election is in the mayor, aldermen, and capital burgesses: number of voters, 32. HASTINGWOOD.inNorth-Weald-Basset parish, and popula, included therein.

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HATFIELD-PEVERELL, 2 miles S.W. from Witham. Popula. 1,101. Fair, Whit-Tues., toys.

HAYENGORE-MARSH, 4 miles S.E. from Rochford. Popula. 23.

HAYERHILL.—See Suffolk.

HAVERING-ATTE-BOWER, 2 miles N. from Romford. Popula. 352.

HAWKWELL, 1 mile N. from Rochford. Popula. 362.

HAYDON, 6 miles N.W, from SeffronWalden. Popula. 272.

HAZLELEIGH, 2 miles S. from Maldon. Popula. 128.

HEDINGHAM (Castle), 3 mile» N.W. from Halstead. Popula. 1,163. Here there was в Benedictine Nunnery, founded, in the year 1190, by Aubrey de Yere, first Earl of Oxford, or rather by his Countess Lucia, who became the first Prioress; revenues, at the suppression, 29/. 12s. lOrf., now worth 392/. 16s. 8d.; granted, 28 Hen. VIII., to John Earl of Oxford.

HEDINGHAM (Sible), 3§ miles N.W. from Halítead. Popula. 2,060.

HEMPSTEAD, 6 miles E. from SaffronWalden. Popula. 655.

HENHAM, 5milesS. from Saffron.Walden.

Popula. 804. HENNY (Great), 2 miles S.W. from Sud

burv. Popula. 368.

HENNY (Little), 2J miles S.W. from

Sudbury. Popula. 59. HEYBRIDGE, lj mile N. from Maldon.

Popula. 868.

HOCKLEY, 2 miles N.W. from Rochford. Popula. 784.

HOLLAND (Great), 10 miles S.E. from Colchester. Popula. 413. Fair, June 22, pedlary.

HOLLAND (Little), 11 miles S.E. from Colchester. Popula. 73.

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HOLYFIELD, in Waltham-Abbey parish, and popula. included therein.

HORKSLEY (Great), 1 mile S. from Neyland. Popula. 623.

HORKSLEY (Little), 2 miles S.W. from Neyland. Popula. 238. Here there was a Cluniac Priory, founded, in the reign of Hen. I., by Robert Fits Godebold; revenues 381.14s. 7d., now worth 774s. lis. 8<Z.

HORNCHURCH, 1 mile S.E. from Rom

ford. Popula. 1,938. HORNDON (East), 3 miles S.W. from

Billericay. Popula. 459. Market, Sat.;

fair, June 29, wool.

HORNDON (West), 2J miles N.W. from Grays-Thurrock. Popula. 45.

HORNDON-ON-THE-HILL, S miles N.E. from Grays-Thurrock. Popula. 420.

HUTTON, 1 mile W. from Billerioay. Popula. 418.

ILFORD (Little), 1 mile N.W. from Barking. Popula. 87.

ILFORD, in Barking parish, and popula. included therein. 7 miles N.E. from London, on the Chelmsford road.

INGATESTONE, 5 miles S.W. from Chelmsford. Popula. 747. Fair, Dec. 1, all sorts of cattle. Near this place there was an Augustine Priory, founded early, by Michael Capra, and wife, and son; value 75/. 10s. 6</. yearly, now worth 1,510/. 10s.; granted, 22 Hen. TIE, to Sir Richard Page, Knt.

INGRAVE, 2 miles S.W. from Billericay. Popula. 4Ss7.

IXWORTH, 2j miles S. from Coggeshall. Popula. 437.

KELVEDON, 2 miles N.E. from Witham. Popula. 1,328. Fair, Easter-Monday, toys.

KELVEDON-HATCH, 2 miles S. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 330.

K1RBY, 11 miles S.E. from Colchester. Popula. 85. Fair, July 26, toys.

K1TTOX or KEDDINGTOX.—See Suffolk.

LA1NDON, 2J miles S. from Billericay. Popula. 544.

LAMBOURNE, 9 miles S.W. from Chipping-Ongur. Popula. 729.

LAMARSH. 3 miles S. from Sudbury. Popula. 331.

LANGDON-H1LLS, 7 mUes S.^from Billericay. Popula. 205.

LANGENHOE, 4 miles S. from Colchester. Popula. 131.

LANGFORD, 2 miles N. from Maldon. Popula. 251.

LANG HAM, 3 miles S.E. from Neyland. Popula. 725.

LANGLEY, 5 miles S.W. from Safiron* Waldeu. Popula. 320.

LATTON, 5 miles S. from Bisbop-Stortford. Popula. 378. Here was on Augustine Priory, founded, before 20 Ednr. I., by some person whose name is not known; granted, 28 Hen. VIII., to Sir Henry Parker.

LATCHINGTON, 5 miles S.E. from Mildon. Popula. 414. Fairs, June 2, toys; Aug. 27, a great lamb fair.

LAYER (High), 4 miles N.W. fromChipping-Ongar. Popula. 464.

LAVER (Little), 4 miles N. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 107.

LAVER-MAGDALEN, 3 miles N.W. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 236.

LAWFORD, 1 mile S.W. from Manninj. tree. Popula. 688.

LAWRENCE (St.), 6 miles S.E. from Maldon. Popula. 229.

LAYER-BRETON, 4 miles S.W. from Colchester. Popula. 259.

LAYER-DE-LA-HAY, 3 miles S.W. from Colchester. Popula. 603.

LAYER-MARNEY, 6 miles S.W. from Colches er. Popula. 246. Here were, a College, founded, in the year 1330, by William de Morney. l.ord of the Manor. An Hospital, or Almshouse, erected, in the year 1523, in pursuance of the will of Henry Lord Momey; granted, by Queen Elizabeth, to William Tipper and Robert Dawe.

LEE (East or Chapel), in East-Tilbury parish, and popula. included therein.

LEIGH, '^miles S. from Rochford. Popula. 90j. Fair, second Tuea. in May, toys.

LEIG1IS, 6 J miles N. from Chelmsford. Popula. 667. Here was an Augustine Priory, founded, in the reign of Hen. III., bv Sir Ralph Gernoun; vearlv revenue 141/. 14s. 8</., now worth 2.834/. 13s. -k/.; granted, 27 Hen. VIII., to !?ir Richard Rich.

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