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LKIG HS (Little), 7 miles N. from Chelmsford. Popula. 160.

LEYTON (Low), 3 miles N.W. from Barking. Popula. 3,374.

LEYTONSTONE, 2 miles N. from Stratford-le-Bow.

LINDSELL. 3 miles N.E. from Dunmow. Popula. 353.

LISTON, Ц miles N. from Sudbury. Popula. 73.

LITTLEBURY, 1 mile N.W. from Saf. fron-Waiden. Popula. 766.

LOUGHTON, 7miles S.W. from ChippingOngar. Popula. 979.

MALDON, 37 miles N.E. from London. Popula. 3,198. Its parishes are, AllSaints, St. Mary, and St. Peter. Market, Sat.; fairs, Sept. IS, 14, toys and cattle. A corporate town, having a mayor, recorder, six aldermen, eighteen chief burgesses, a water-bailiff, and a town-clerk. Sends two members to parliament: right of election in all the freemen: number of vote rs, 800. Here there was a Carmelite friary, founded, in the reign of Edw. II., by some persons unknown; value 26s. 0s.8d. yearly, now worth 520Í. 13s. 4d.; granted, 36 Hen. VIII., to George Duke and John Sterr.

MANEWDEN, 7 miles S.W. from SaffronWalden. Popula. 656. fair, EasterMon., toys.

MANNINGTREE, 60 miles N.E. from London. Popula. 1,265. Market, Thurs.; fair, Whit-Thurs., toys.

MAPLESTEAD (Great), Ц mile N.W. from Halstead. Popula. 428.

MAPLESTEAD (Little), 1 mile N.W. from Halstead. Popula. 313. Here was a Preceptoryof Knights Hospitalers, founded, in the reign of Hen. I., by Juliana, daughter and heiress of Robert Dorsnell; granted, at the dissolution, to George Harper.

MARGARETTING, 5 miles S.W. from Chelmsford. Popula. 479.

MARKSHALL, 1 mile N. from Coggeshall. Popula. 59.

MASH BURY, 5 miles S.E. from Dunmow. Popula. 85.

MATCHING. 7 miles S.W. from Dunmow. Popula. 599.

MAYLAND, S miles S.E. from Maldon. Popula. 218.

MERSEA (East), 7 miles S.E. from Colchester. Popula. 282.

MERSEA (West), 7J miles S. from Colehester. Popula. 772. l'air, WliitTues., toys. Here there was an Alien Priory, founded by King Edward the Confessor; granted, 34 Hen. VIII., to Robert Dacres, Esq.

MESSING, 2J miles S.E. fromCoggleshall. Popula. 705. Fair, first Tues, in July, toys.

MIDDLETON, J mile S. from Sudburv. Popula. 109.

MIDDLE-MEAD, in Little-Baddow parish, and popula, included therein.

MILTON.—See Prittlewell.

MISTLEY, 4 mile W. from Manningtree. Popula. 778.

MORETÓN, Ц miles N.W. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 408.

MORRELL-ROOTHING, in WhiteRoothing parisl], and popula, included therein.

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MOUNTNESSING, 6 miles S.W. from Chelmsford. Popula. 728.

MOUNTBURES, 4 miles N.E. from Halstead. Popula. 260.

MOZE.—See Beaumont.

MUCKING, 3 miles N. from GravsThurrock. Popula. 189.

MUNDON, Ц miles S.E. from Maldon. Popula. 309. l

NAVESTOCK, Ц miles S. from ChippingOngar. Popula. 840.

NAZEING, 4 miles N. from WaltbamAbbey. Popula. 744.

NETSWELL, 4 miles N. from Epping. Popula. 306.

NEVENDON, 3 miles S.E. from Billericav. Popula. 186.

NEWPORT, 3 miles S.W. from SaffronWalde'n. Popula. 852. Fairs, EasterTues., Not. 17, horses, &c.

NORTH-WEALD-BASSETT,3milesN.W. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 827.

NORTON-MANDEVILLE, 1 mile N.E. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 141.

NOTLEY (Black), 4 miles- N.E. from Witliam. Popula. 418.

NOTLEY (White), 2 miles N.W. froWitham. Popula. 397.

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OAKLEY (Great), 6 miles S.W. from Harwich. Popula. 990. Fair, April So, toys.

OAKLEY (Little), 5 miles S.W. from Harwich. Popula. 262.

OCKENDON (North), 5 miles S.E. from Romford. Popula. 325.

OCKENDON (South), 6 miles S.E. from Romford. Popula. 777.

ONGAR-CHIPPING, 21 miles N.E. from London. Popula. 768. Market, Sat.; fairs, Easter-Tues., Oct. 11, hiring

servants.

ONGAR (High), \ mile N. from Chip. ping-Ongar. Popula. 1,126. Market, Sat.; fair, Sept. 14, pedlary.

ORSE1T, 2J miles N. from Grays-Thurrock. Popula. 1,130.

OSYTH (St. Chich), 9 miles S.E. from Colchester. Popula. 1,414. Fair, Ascension-day, toys.

OVINGTON, 4 miles N.W. from Sudbury. Popula. 149.

PAGLESHAM, 1} mile N.E. from Rochford. Popula. 396.

PANFIELD, 1| mile N.W. from Braintree. Popula. 263. Here was an Alien Priory, founded, 4 William the Conqueror, by Walteran Fits Ranulph; granted, 30 Hen. VIII., to Sir Giles Caple.

PARNDON (Great), 7 miles S.W. from Bishop-Stortford. Popula. 396.

PARNDON (Little), 6 miles S.W. from Bishop-Stortford. Popula. 103.

PATTISWICK, 1 mile N.W. from Coggeshall. Popula. 320.

PELMARSH, 2 miles N.E. from Halsteod. Popula. 601.

PELDON, 5 miles S.W. from Colchester. Popula. 438.

PENTLON, 4 miles N.W. from Sudbury. Popula. 310.

PITSEA, 6 miles S.W. from Rochford. Popula. 289.

PLEDGON, in Henham pariah, and popula. included therein.

PLESHEY, 4 miles S.E. from Dunmow. Popula. 289. Here 'was a College, founded, 17 Rich. II., by Thomas Duke of Gloucester; valuation 1391. Ss. 10</. yearly, now worth 2,783/. 18s. id.; granted, 38 Hen. VIII., to John Gales.

PRITTLEWELL with MII.TON, 2 miles S. from Rochford. PopOla. 1,922. Fair, July IS, toys. Here was a Cluniac Priory, founded, in the reign of Hea. II., by Robert Fitz Swain; yearly value 194(.14».3d., now worth 3,894J.5i.MM.; granted, 29 Hen. VI1L, to Thomas Audley, and, 5 Edw. VI., to Sir Richard Rich.

PURFLEET.—See West Thnrrock. Fair, June 13.

PURLEIGH, 3 miles S. from Maldon. Popula. 967. Fair, Whit-Tues., toys.

QUENDON, 5 miles S.W. from SaffronWalden. Popula. 156.

RADWINTER, 4 miles S.E. from SaffronWalden. Popula. 773.

RAINHAM, 3 miles S.E. from Romford. Popula. 573.

RAMSDON-BELLHOUSE, 2 miles E. from Billericay. Popula. 415.

RAMSDON-CRAYS. 2 miles S.E. from Billericay. Popula. 276.

RAMSEY, 2§ miles S.W. from Harwich. Popula. 676. Fair, July 15, toys.

RAWRETH, 6 miles N.W. from Rochford. Popula. 327.

RAYLEIGH, 1J mile W. from Rochford. Popula. 1,203. Market, Sat.; fair, Trinity-Mon., horses and toys.

RAYNE, 1 mile W. from Braintree. Popula. 343.

RETTENDON, 7 miles S.E. from Chelmsford. Popula. 580.

RICKLING, 4 miles S.W. from SaffronWalden. Popula. 419.

RIDGWELL, 7 miles N.W. from Halstead. Popula. 551.

RIPPLE, in Barking parish, and popula. included therein.

RIVENHALL, 2 miles N.E. from Witham. Popula. 591.

ROCHFORD. 40 miles E. from London. Popula. 1,382. Market, Thurs.; fairs, Easter-Tues., toys; Wed. after Sept. 29, wholesale tailors, glovers, and toys.

ROMFORD, 12 miles N.E. from London. Popula. 3,777. Market, Tues. and Wed.; fair, June 24, horned cattle and horses.

ROOTHING-AflBOTTS, 3| miles N. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 236.

ROOTHING. A YTHORPE, 4 miles S.W. from Dunmow. Popula. 234.

ROOTHING-BEAUCHAMP, 3 mile» N. from Chipping-Ongar. Pópala. 811.

ROOTHING-BERNERS, б miles S.W. from Dunmow. Popula. 93.

ROOTHING (High), 2§ miles S.W. from Dunmow. Popula. 388.

ROOTHING (Leaden), 5 miles S.W. from Dunmow. Popula. 157.

ROOTHING (Margaret), 5 miles S.W. from Dunmow. Popula. 209.

ROOTHING (White), 5 miles S.W. from Dunmow. Popuh». 439.

ROXWELL, 3 miles N.W. from Chelmsford. Popula. 817.

ROYDON, 7 miles S.W. from BishopStortford. Popula. 796.

RUN WELL, 7J miles S.E. from Chelmsford. Popula. 307.

RÜSSELS, in Danbury parish, and popula, included therein.

RYHILL.—See Epping-Upland.

SAFFRON-WALDEN, 42 miles N. from London. Popula. 4,154. Market, Sat.; fair, Sat. before Midlent-Sun., &c, Nov. 1, cows. At this place there was a Benedictine Abbey of Monks, founded, in the year 1136, by Jeffry Manderil, Earl of Essex; income 406i. 15». lid. yearly, now worth 8,135¿. 18». 4d.; granted, 29 Hen. VIII., to Sir Thomas Audley.

SALCOTT, 7 miles S.W. from Colchester.

Popula. 138. Fair, Aug. 24, toys. SALING (Great), 3 miles N.W. from

Braintree. Popula. 326.

SAMPFORD (Great), 6 miles S.E. from Saffron-Waiden. Popula. 756. Fair, Whit-Mon.

SAMPFORD (Little), 6 miles S.E. from Saffron-Walden. Popula. 365.

SANDON, 2 miles S.E. from Chelmsford. Popula. 488.

SEWARDSTONE, in Waltham-Abbey parish, and popula, included therein. 1 mile distant to the South.

SHALFORD, 4 miles N.W. from Braintree. Popula. 670.

SHEERING, 8 miles N. from Epping, and 25 miles from London. Popula. 439.

SHELLEY, Ц mile N. from ChippingOngar. Popula. 179.

SHELLOW-BOWELS, 4 miles N.W. from Chelmsford. Popula. 114.

SHENFIELD, 4 miles W. from Billericay. Popula. 619.

SHOEBURY (North), 4 miles S.E. from Rochford. Popula. 210.

SHOEBURY (South), Ц miles S.E. from Rochford. Popula. 153.

SHOPLAND, 2 miles S.E. from Rochford. Popula. 34.

SPRINGFIELD, 2 miles N.E. from . Chelmsford. Popula. 1,450. Fair, Whit.-Tuea.

SOUTHCHURCH. ц miles S. from Rochford. Popula. 353.

SOUTHMINSTER, 7 miles S.E. from Maidon. Popula. 1,455. Fairs, three days before Easter, nine days before WhitSun., St. Michael, Sept. 29, for toys.

SOUTH - W EALD, 5 miles N.E. from Romford. Popula. 2,558.

STAMBORNE.6 miles N.W. from Halstead. Popula. 432.

STAMBRIDGE (Great), * mile E. from Rochford. Popula. 401.

STAMBRIDGE (Little), 1 mile N.E. from Rochford. Popula. 100.

STANFORD-LE-HOPE, 4 miles N.E. from Grays-Thurrock. Popula. 301.

STANFORD-RIVERS, lj mile S.W. from Chippiog-Ongar. Popula. 792.

STANSTED-MOUNT-FITCHET, 5 miles N.W. from Dunmow. Popul». 1,518. ■ Fair, May 12, for horses and cattle. Here there was an Augustine Priorr, founded, in the reign of William the Conqueror, by Gilbert de Montefixo; valuation 70Í. 19s. 3|d.; now worth 1.419Í.5». lOd. yearly; granted, 28Hen. VIII., to John Carey.

STANWAY, 3 miles W. from Colchester. Popula. 479. Fair, April 23, for toys.

STAPLEFORD-ABBOTS-RIVERS, 5 miles S.W. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 458.

STAPLEFORD-TAWNEY.4J miles S.W. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 283.

STEBBING, 3 miles N.E. from Dunmow. Popula. 1,311. Fair, July 10, for fat lambs and cattle.

STEEPLE, 5 miles S.E. from Maldon. Popula. 533. Fairs, Wed. in Wliitsun.Week, Wed. after Sep. 29, for toys.

STEVINGTON.—See Bartlow-End.

STIFFORD, 2 miles N.W. from Grays. Thuirock. Popula, 206.

STISTED, 1 mile N.E. from Braintree. Popula. 790. Fair, Kaster-Tues.

STOCK, 4 miles S. from Chelmsford. Popula. 610.

STONDON-MASSEY, ljmile S.E. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 230.

STOW-MARIES, 4 miles S.E. from Maldon. Popula. 242.

STREETHALL, 3 miles N.W. from Saffron-Walden. Popula. 54.

STUUMER, i mile S. from HaverhiU. Popula. 311.

SUTTON, 1 mile S.E. from Rochford. Popula. 89.

TAKELEY, 4 miles W. from Dunmow. Popula. 1,134.

TENDERING, 8 miles E. from Colchester.

Popula. 700. Fair, Sept. 21, for toys. TERLING, 1 mile W. from Witham.

Popula. 781. Fair, Whit-Mon., for

toys.

TEY '(Great), 3 miles N.E. from Coggesball. Popula. 625. Fair, Trinity-Mon., for toys.

TEY (Little), 2 miles E. from Coggeshall. Popula. 49.

TEY-MARK, 4 miles E. from Coggeshall. Popula. 351.

THAXTED, 5 miles N. from Dunmow. Popula. 2,045. Market, Fri.; fairs, Mod. before Whit.-Mon., Aug. 10, for • horses, &c.

THORPE-LE-SOKEN. 7 miles S.W. from Harwifih. Popula. 1,148. Fair, Mon. before Whit-Sun., for toys.

THORRING ION, 6 miles S.E. from Colchester. Popula. S53.

THORNWOOD, in North-Weald-Basset parish, and popula. included therein.

THOYDON-BOIS, 6 miles S.W. from Cbipping-Ongar. Popula. 446.

THOYDON-GARNON, or COOPERSHALL, 5 miles S.W. from ChippingOngar. Popula. 709.

THOYDON-MOUNT, 5} miles S.W. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 245.

THUNDERSLEY, 3 miles S.W. from Rochford. Popula. 550.

THUNDERLEY.—See Wimbish.

THURROCK-GRAYS, 24§ miles N.E. from London. Popula. 742. Market, Thurs.; fairs, May 23, Oct. 20, cattle and hardware.

THURROCK (Little), § mile N. from Grays-Thurrock. Popula. 192.

THURROCK (West) and PURFLEFT, 3 miles N.W. from Thurrock-Grajs. Popula. 829.

TILBURY, near Clare, 5'miles S.E. from Haverhill. Popula. 213.

TILBURY (East), 1| mile S.E. from Grays-Thurrock. Popula. 264.

TILBURY (West), 2 miles E. from GravsThurrock. Popula. 249. Fair, Whit.Tues., Sept. 16, for toys.

TILLINGHAM, 8 miles S.E. from Mildon. Popula. 946. Fair, Whit.-Tnes., Sept. 16, for toys.

TILTY, 3 miles N.W. from Dunmow. Popula. 78. A Cistercian Abbey, founded, about the year 1152, by Robert Ferrers, Earl of Derby, and Maurice Fit* JefTery; valuation 177/. 9«. 4d., now worth 3,5491. 6». 8<L; granted, 35 Hen. VIII., to Thomas Lord Audley.

TOLLESBURY, 6 miles N. E. from Mildon. Popula. 958. Fair, June 29, for

toys.

TOLLESHUNT-DARCY. 5 miles N.E. from Maldon. Popula. 665. Fair, June 11, for toys.

TOLLESHUNT-KNIGHT, 5 miles N.E. from Maldon. Popula. 376.

TOLLESHUNT-MAJOR, 3 miles N.E. from Maldon. Popula, 422.

TOPPESFIELD, 6 miles S.Wr. from Halstead. Popula. 928.

TOTHAM (Great), 2 miles N.E. from Maldon. Popula. 580.

TOTHAM (Little), 2§ miles N.E. from Maldon. Popula. 267.

TWINSTEAD, 2 miles S.W. from Sudbury. Popula. 202.

UGLEY, 5 miles S.W. from Saffron-Wtlden. Popula. 329.

ULTING, 3 miles S.W. from Witham. Popula. 175.

UPMINSTER, 3 miles S.E. from Romford. Popula. 952

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

VANGE, 7 miles N.E. from Grays-Thurrock. Popula. 124.

VIRLEY, 6 miles S.S.W. of Colchester. Popula. 58.

WAKERING (Great), 4 miles S.E. from Rochford. Popula. 776. Fairs, July 25, Sept. 18, for toys.

WAKERING (Little), 3J miles S.E. from Rochford. Popula. 262

WALTHAM-ABBEY, or HOLY-CROSS, 13 miles N.E. from London. Popula. 3,982. Market, Tue».; fairs, May 14, Sept. 25 and 26, for horses, cows, and bogs ; and for hiring servants. Here there was an Augustine Monastery, founded, in the year 1062, by Earl Harold; value 1,0*91. 12s. Id. yearly, now worth 21.592Í. 1«. Ы.; -ranted, 1 Edw. VI., to Sir Antoney Denny.

WALTHAM (Great), 3 miles N. from Chelmsford. Popula. 1,883.

WALTHAM (Little), 3} miles N. from Chelmsford. Popula. 620.

WALTHAMSTOW, 4 miles N.W. from Barking. Popula. 4,305.

WALTON-LE-SOKEN. 9 miles S.W. from Harwich. Popula. 293. Fair, July 2, for toys.

WAN STEAD, 3 miles N.W. from Barking. Popula. 1,354.

WARLEY (Great), 4 miles E. from Romford. Popula. 521.

WARLEY (Little), 5 miles E. from Romford. Popula. 179.

WEATHERSFIELD, 4 miles N.W. from Braintree. Popula. 1,558.

WEELEY, 7 miles S.E. from Colchester. Popula. 668.

WENDENS-AMBO, 1 mile S.W. from Saffron-Waiden. Popula. 336.

WENDON-LOFTS, 4 miles W. from Saffron-Waiden. Popula. 67.

WENNINGTON, 5 miles S.E. from Romford. Popula. 128.

WICKFORD, 5 miles N.W. from Rochford. Popula. 381.

WICKHAM-BISHOPS, 3 miles N.W. from Maldon. Popula. 467.

WICKHAM (St. Paul's), 3§ miles S.W. from Sudbury. Popula. 328.

WICKEN-BONANT, 3 miles S.W. from Saffron-Walden. Popula. 122.

WIDD1NGTON, 3 miles S.E. from Saffron- W alden. Popula. 367.

WIDFORD, 1 mile S. from Chelmsford. Popula. 118.

WIGBOROUGH (Great), 6 miles S.W. from Colchester. Popula. 410.

WIGBOROUGH (Little), 7 miles S.W. from Colchester. Popula. 95.

WILLINGAiL-DOE, 3 miles N.E. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 434.

WILLINGALE-SPAIN, Ц miles N. from Chipping-Ongar. Popula. 203.

WIMBISH, with THUNDERLEY, S miles S.E. from Saffron-Walden. Popula. 809.

WITHAM, 38 milos N.E. from London. Popula. 2,578. Market, Tues.; fairs, Fri. ond Sat. in Whit.-Week, June 4, for toys.

WIVENHOE, 2 miles S.E. from Colchester. Popula. 1,287. Fair, Sept. 4, for toys.

WIX, or WEEKS, 5 miles S.W. from Harwich. Popula. 818. Fairs, Aug. 31, Sept. 18, for toys. Here there was a Benedictine Nunnery, founded, in the reign of Hen. I., bv Walter and Alexander Masrherell, brothers; value 92Í. 12». 3d., now worth l,852í. 5s.; granted by Hen. VIII.

WOODFORD (St. Mary), 5 miles N.W. from Barking. Popula. 2,699.

WOODHAM-FERRIS, 7 miles S.E. from Chelmsford. Popula. 865. Fairs, Sept. 29, Oct. 10, for toys. Hete there was an Augustine Monastery, founded, in the reign of Hen. II., by Maurice Fitx Jeffery and Tiretai, Sheriff of Essex; granted, 31 Hen. VIII., to Henry Polsted.

WOODHAM-MORTIMER, 'mile S.W. from Maldon. Popula. S40.

WOODHAM-WALTER, j mile W. from

Maldon. Popula. 454. WORMINGFORD. 1 mile S.W. from

Neyland. Popula. 453. WRABNESS, 6 miles W. from Harwich.

Popula. 253.

WRITTLE, J mile S.W. from Chelmsford. Popula. 2,100. Fair, Whit.Mon.

YELDHAM (Great), Ц miles N.W. from Halstead. Popula. 552.

YELDHAM (Little'», 4 miles S.W. fro« Sudbury. Popula. 287.

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