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Boldre-Water, about J mile from the Bea, 18 S.W. from Southampton, and 88 S.W. from London, by Hvthe. Market, Sat. • fairs, May 12, Oct. 2, horses, cheese, and bacon. A corporate town, having a titular mayor and burgesses without limitation. Sends two member* to parliament: right of electiqn is in the corporation: number of voters, 18.

LYNDHURST, 7 miles N. from Lyming

ton. Popula. 1,170. 1YSS-TURNEY, in Odiham parish, and

popula. included therein. Fair. May

6, homed cattle and horses.

MAPLEDERWELL, 1 mile S.E. from Basingstoke. Popula. 186.

MARTYRWORTHY, 4J miles N. from Winchester. Popula. 237.

MARY (St. Extra), or WESTON, 2 miles S.E, from Southampton. Popula, 983.

MARY (St. Bourn), 4 miles N.W. from Whitchurch. Popula. 1,053.

MATTINGLEY, in Heckfield parish, and popula. included therein. 7 milts JN'.E. from Basingstoke. Fair, Dec. 4, cattle.

MEDSTEAD, 3 miles W.from Alton. Popula. 394.

MEON-STOKE, 5 miles N.E. from Bishops-Waltliam. Popula. 368.

MILBROOK, 2 miles N. from Southampton. Popula. 2,124.

MILFORD, 6 miles E.from Christchurch. Popula. 1,332.

MILTON, 4( miles E. from Christchurch.

Popula. 702. Ml N LEY, in Yately parish, and popula.

included therein.

MINSTEAD. 9 miles S.W. from Romsey. Popula. 1,007.

MITCHELDEVER, 10 miles N. from Winchester. Popula. 828.

M1TCHELMERSH. 5$ miles S.W. from Winchester. Popula. 908.

MONKSTON, 5 mile* W. from Andover. Popula. 257.

MONK-SHERBOURN with CHINEMAM, 2 miles N.W. from Basingstoke. Popula. 41.

MONK-SHERBOURN, 3 miles N.W. of Basingatoke. Popula. 494.

MORESTEAD, 2J miles S. from Win> cheater. Popula. 80.

MORTIMER (West), in Strathneld-Mertimer parish, Berks, and popalt. included therein. H mile distant W.

MOTTISFONT, 4 miles S.W. from Stockbridge. Popula. 501. Here was an Augustine Priory, founded, by William Brimere, In the reign of John; valued at 1671. 1.5s. 8$<f. vearly, tmw worth 3,3551. Ml. 2d.; granted, 28 Hen. VIII., to William Lord Sandyi.

MOTTISTON, 6 miles S.E. from Yar. mouth. Popula. 149.

MURRELL-GREEN, in Odiham parish, and popula. included therein. 2 milrt distant N.

NATELY-SCURES, 3 miles E. from Bisingstoke. Popula. 245.

NEATHAM, lj mile S.E. from Alton. Popula. 92.

NETLEY, in Hound parish, and popula. included therein. 4 miles S.E. from Southampton. Here was a Cistercian Abbey, founded 1239, by King Henry III.; valued at 160/. Si. 9Jd. yearly, now worth 3,2021. 15l. \0d.;

f ranted, 28 Hen. V1IL, to Sir William aulet.

NEWCHURCH. 3} miles 8.E. from Newport. Popula. 3,945.

NEWPORT, 92 miles S.W. from Londoa, Popula. 4,059. Market, Wed. and Sat.: fairs, Whit-Mon., 'lues., and Wed., old horses and tors. A corporate towa, having a mayor, eleven aldermen, and twelve burgesses. Sends two memberi to parliament: right of election is in the corporation: number of voters, 24.

NEWNHAM, 3 miles N.E. from Basingstoke. Popula. 266.

NEWTON near NEWBURY, 3 mile. N.W. from Kingsclere. Popula. 268.

NEWTON, in Calbourn parish, and popula. included therein. Situate on a hay on the N.W. coast of the Isle of Wight, between Yarmouth end Weet-Cowes, 18 miles S. from Southampton. Fair, July 22, horses and toys. Not a corporate town, but has a titular mayor, and sends two members to parliament: right of election is in the mayor and burgesses having borough lands within the borough: number of voters, 33.

NBWTON-STACEY, in Barton-Staeer parish, and popula. included therein. 1 mile £. from Chilbolton.

NEWTON-VALENCE, § a mile N.W.

from Seiborne. Popula. 880. NICHOLAS (St.-Castle.Hold), Isle of

Wight. Popula. «81.

NEIGHTON or NETON, 3 miles S. from Newport. Popula. 443.

NORTHBROOK, in Mitcheldever parish, and popula, included therein. 2 miles distant N.

NORTHINGTON, 1Í mile» N.E. from Winchester. Popula. 277.

NORTHWOOD, S miles N. from Newport. Popula. 3,579.

NURSLING,otherwise NUTSHALLING, 4 miles N.W. from Southampton. Popula. 637.

N URSTED, in Buriton parish, and popula, included therein, 4 mile distant N.E.

NUTBIN, in Weyhill parish, and popula, included therein.

XUTLEY, 5 miles S.E. from Basingstoke. Popula. 130.

ODIHAM, 41 miles S.W. from London. Popula. 2,983. Fair, March 23, July 81, cattle and toys.

OTTERBOURN, 2 miles S.W. from Winchester. Popula. 565.

OVERTON, 2 miles N.from Whitchurch. Popula. 1,341. Fairs, May 4, July 18, Oct. 22, sheep; Whit-Mon., sheep and toys.

OVINGTON, 14 mile N.E. from Airesford. Popula. 180.

OWLESBURY, M miles S. from Winchester. Populo. 603.

P AMBER, 4 miles N. from Basingstoke. Popula. 409.

PARLY, in Christchurch parish, and popula, included therein. 5 miles distant N.W.

PEAK, in East-Meon parish, and popula, included therein.

PENNINGTON, in Milford parish, and popula, included therein. If mile S. from Lymington.

PENTON-GRAFTON, in Weyhill parish, and popula, included therein.

PENTON-MEWSEY, or PENITON, 2 miles N.W. from Andover. Popula. 202.

:PETERSFIELD, 55 mile» S.W. from London. Populo. 1,751. Market, Sat.;

fairs, March 5, and every other Wed., cattle and sheep; July 10, Dec. 11, sheep and horses. It was a corporate town, but has given up its privileges, and the titular mayor is now annually chosen at the court of the lord of the manor. Sends two members to parliament: right of election in dwellinghouses, or shambles built on ancient foundations. Number of electors, 154, nominally, actually but 1.'

POLLACK, in Sooth-Stoneham parish, and popula, included therein.

POPHAM, 8J miles S.W. from Basingstoke. Popula. 98.

PORCHESTER, Ц miles S.E. from Fareham. Popula. 757. Here was an Augustin Monastery, founded, 1133, by King Hen. I.; valued ¡it ЗиЛ 17«. lOJd. yearly, now worth 6.297Л 17«. 6rf.; granted, SO Henry VIII., to John White.

PORTSEA, Ц miles S. from Portsmouth. Popula. 38,379.

PORTSMOUTH, 73 miles S.W. from

London. Popula.7,269. Market.Tues.; Than., Sut.; fairs, July 10, shoemakers, hatters, milliner.-", mercers, cutlers, cabinet-makers, linen and woollen-drapers, silversmiths' goods, apparel reodv-made, aud bed-furniture, 14 days. A corporate town, having a mayor, recorder, twelve aldermen, and an indefinite number of burgesses. Sends two members to parliament: right of election is in the mayor, aldermen, and burgesses: number of voters, 110. Here there was an Hospital, founded, in the time of John, bv Peter do Rupibus, Bishop of Winchester; valued ¡it SSL 19j. 5£rf. yearly, now worth 679/. 9». 3d.

PORTSWOOD, in South-Stoneham parish, and popula, included therein. 2 miles N. of Southampton.

PRESTON-CANDOVER, 5$ miles S.W. from Basingstoke. Popula. 472.

PRIORS-DEAN, 4 miles N. from Petersfield. Popula. 150.

PRIVETT, 2 miles N.W. from Petersfield. Popula. Î29.

QUARLEY, 8 miles W. from Andover. Popula. SIS.

REDBRIDGE, in Milbrook parish, and popula, included therein. 3§ miles N.W. of Southampton.

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REDENHAM, in Fyfield parish, and popula. included therein, j mile N.E. from Appleahaw.

RINGWOOD, 91 milea S.W. from London. Popula. 3,804. Market, Wed.; fairs, July 10, Dec. 11, pedlary and forest colts.

RIPLINGTON, in Eaat-Meon parish, and popula. included therein. 1| mile distant N.

ROCKBURN, 3 miles N. from Fordingbridge. Popula. 464.

ROMSEY, 73 miles S.W. from London. Popula. 5,128. Market, Sat.; fairs, Kaster-Mon., Aug. 20, Nor. 8, horses, * cattle, sheep, and swine. Here there was a Benedictine Nunnery, founded, 967, by Edward, or Kthelwold, a Saxon nobleman; valued at 528/. 8»/ 10$rf. yesrlv, now worth 10,5681. 19s. 2d.; granted, 58 Hen. VIII., to John Bellew and K. Pigot.

ROPLEY, 4 miles E. from Alresford. Popula. 730.

ROTHEBFIELD See East-Tisted. 1

mile distant E.

ROTHERWICK, 3| miles N.W. from Odiham. Popula. 402.

ROWLAND'S-CASTLE, a small hamlet, 2} miles N.N'.E. from Havant. Fairs, May 12, a pleasure fair, and for pigs and sheep; Not. 12, hogs, and homed cattle.

ROWNER, 2 miles S. from Fareham. Popula. 138.

RYDE, in Newchnrch parish, and popula. included therein. 9 miles N.E. from Newport.

RYE, in Odiham parish, and popula. included therein. 2 miles distant S.E.

SARSON, in Amport pariah, and popula. included therein.

SELBORNE, 48 miles W. from London. Popula. 893. Fair, May 29.

SHALDEN, ;>J miles S.W. from Odiham. Popula. 149.

SHALFLEET, 4 milea S.E. from Yarmouth. Popula. 878.

SHAMBLEHURST, in South-Stoneham parish, and popula. included therein. lj milo N.N.W. of Botley.

SHANKLIN, 6 miles S.W. from Newport. Popula. 156.

SHEET, in Petertfield parish, and popula. included therein. $ mile N. from l'etertfield.

SHERBORN (St. John), 3 milea N. from Basingstoke. Popula. 596.

SHERFIELD-ENGLISH, 11 miles S.W. from Stockbridge. Popula. 327.

SHERFIELD-UPON-LODON, 6 miles N.W. from Odiham. Popula. 522.

SHIPTON-BELLINGER, 10 miles W. from Andover. Popula. 267.

SHORWELL, 4 miles S.E. from Newport. Popula. 376.

SIDMONTON, in Kingsclere parish, and popula. included therein. 2 miles distant West.

SILCHESTER, 5 miles N. from Basing, stoke. Popula. 407.

SLACKSTEAD, in Farley-Chamberlayae parish,and popula. included therein.

SOBERTON, 1 mile S. from Droxford. Popula. 832.

SOMBOURN-KTNGS, 2§ miles S. from

Stockbridge. Popula. 991. SOMBOURN (Little), 2 miles S.E. from

Stockbridge. Popula. 59.

SOPLEY, H mile S. from Chriatchurch. Popula. 978.

SOUTHAMPTON, 75 miles S.W. from London. Popula. 12,913. It contains the six parishes of All-Saints, Holyrood, St. John, St. Lawrence, St. Mary, and St. Michael. Market, Tues., Thurs., and Sat.; fairs, Feb. 17, Dec. 15, Mar 6, cattle and cheese; TrinityMon., horaes, cattle, and leather. A corporate town, having a mayor, recorder, sheriffs, two bailiffs, and an indefinite number of burgesses. Sends two members to parliament: right of election is in the outlying as well as other burgesses, and inhabitants paying scot and lot. Number of voters, 700. Here were an Augustine Priory, built, by Hen. I., upon the river, two milea above the town; valued at 911. 9i. veariv, now worth 1829(.; granted, 30 "Hen.' V11I-, to Francis Dnwtrey. An Hospital, called God's House, founded, in the time of Henry III., by two brothers, Gervase and Protase, of Hampton, for the poor. St. Mary Magdelan Hoapital, founded, 1179, for lepers. A Franciscan Friary, founded, 1240, near the wall, in the south part of the town , granted, 36 Hen. \ 111., to John Pollard, and 5 Edw, VI., to Arthur Dirt. parish, and 1 mile dis

SOUTHROSS, in Herriard popula, included therein, tant South.

SOUTHWICK, Ц miles N.E. from Fareham. Popula. 711. Fair, April 5, horses and toys.

SPARSHOLT, 3 miles W. from Winchester. Popula. 370.

STAPELEY, in Odiham parish, and popula, included therein.

STEEP, 1} mile N. from Petersfield. Popula. 808.

STEVENTON, 7 miles S.W. from Basingstoke. Popula. 151.

STOCKBRIDGE, 66 miles S.W. from London. Popula. 715. Market, Thurs.; fairs, Holy-Thurs., sheep; July 10, ditto end horses; first Thurs. in Lent, cheese, Oct. 7, and last Thurs., sheep. Not a corporate town, but sends two members to parliament. Has a titular bailiff, constable and sergeant ut mace. Right of election is in all the inhabitants paying to church and poor. Number of voters, 57. STOKE-CHAR1TY, 8 miles N.E. from Stockbridge. Popula. 144.

STONE, in Fawley parish, and popula, included therein.

STONEHAM (North), 4 miles N. from Southampton. Popula. 750.

STONEHAM (South), 3 miles N. from Southampton. Popula. 2,702.

STRATHF1ELD-SAY, 8 miles N.E. from Basingstoke. Popula. 769.

STRATHFIELD-TURGIS, 7 mues N.E. from Basingstoke. Popula. 238.

STRATTON (East), 11 miles N.E. from

Winchester. Popula. 386. STRATTON (West), in Mitcheldever

parish, and popula, included therein.

1 mile distant N orth. SWANTHORPE, in Crondall parish, and

popula, included therein. 3 miles S.E.

from (Milium.

SWARRATON, Ц miles N. from Airesford. Popula. 109.

SWATHLING, in South Stoneham parish, and popula, included therein. 1 mile N. from North Stoneham.

SWAY, in Boldre parish, and popula, included therein. -'{ miles distant W.S.W.

TADLEY, M miles N.E. from Basingstoke. Popula. 597.

miles N.E. from Andover. Fair, April 15, sheep.

mile S. from Yarmouth.

TANGLEY, 5
Popula. 256

THORLEY, 1
Popula. 132.

THRUXTON, 6$ miles N.W. from Andover. Popula. 240.

TIDWORTH (South), 10 miles N. from Andover. Popula. 198.

TIMSBURY, 6 miles S. from Stockbridge. Popula. 188.

TISTED (East) with ROTHERFIELD, 4 miles S. from Alton. Popula. 278.

TISTED (West), 5§ miles E. from Airesford. Popula. 206.

TITCHBOURN, 2 miles S.W. from Airesford. 257.

TITCHFIELD. 4§milesW.from Fareham. Popula. 3,588. Market, Sat.; fairs, March 9, May 14, toys; Sept. 25, hiring servants ; Dec. 7. Here there was a Premonstratensian Abbey, founded, in the time of Hen. III., by Peter de Rupibus, Bishop of Winchester; - valued at 280Í. 19s. lOJd. yearly, now worth 5.619Í. 19s. 2d.; granted, Hen. VUL, to Sir Thomas Wriothesley, who built a stately house here.

TUCKTON, in Christchurch parish, and popula, included therein. 1 mile distant W.S.W.

TUFTON, otherwise TUCKINGTON, 3 miles S. from Whitchurch. Popula. 156.

TUNWORTH, 2 miles S. from Basingstoke. Popula. 119.

TWYFORD, 2 miles S. from Winchester. Popula. 1,048.

TYTHERLEY, otherwise TUDERLEY
(East), 4 miles S.W. from Stockbridge.
Popula. 259.

Yytherley, otherwise TUDERLEY
(West), 5 miles S.W. from Stockbridge.
Popula. 494.
UPTON-GRAY, Ц miles S,E. from Ba-
singstoke. Popula. 388.

UPHAM, 2 miles N.W. from Biahops-
Waltham. Popula. 493.

UP-NATELY, If mile S.E. from Basingstoke. Popula. 143.

VERNHAM-DEAN, 7 miles W. from Andover. Popula. 638.

WALHAMPTON, in Boldre parish, and popula, included therein. 1 mile N. from Lymingtou.

WALLOP-NETHER, 4 miles N.W.from Stockbridge. Populi. 839.

WALLOP-OVER, 9 miles S.W. from Andorer. Popula. 499.

WALTHAM (North), 6 miles S.W. from Basingstoke. Popula. 373. Fairs, -May 10, horses and toys, July 30, cheese and toys, Oct. 18, horses, stockings, and toys.

WARBLINOTON, If mile S. from Ha

rant. Popula. 1,850. WARNBOROUGH (North), in Odiham

parish, and popula. included therein.

1 mile distant W.N.W.

WARNBOROUGH (South), 6 miles S.E. from Basingstoke. Popula. 356.

WARNFORD, 6 miles N.E. from Bishops

Waltham. Popula. 364. WEEK, 1 mile W. from Winchester.

Popula. 13li. WELLOW (Kast), with EMBLEY. 4

miles W. from Romsey. Popula. 288.

WESTBURY, in Eost-Meon parish, and popula. included therein. 6 miles \V. from Peterstield.

WEST-MEON, 54 miles N.E. from Bishops-VValtham. Popula. 747.

WESTON, in Buriton parish, and popula. included therein.

WESTON-COLLEY, in Mitcheldever parish, and popula. included therein.

WE8TON-CORBETT (Extra Par.), 3 miles S. from Basingstoke. Popula. 20.

WESTON-PATRICK, 4 miles S.W. from Odiham. Popula. 189.

WESTOVER.—See Wherwell.

WEYHILL, 4| miles W. from Andorer. Popula. 408. Fairs, Oct. 10, sheep; the five following days for leather, hops, and cheese.

WHERWELL with WESTOVER, Smiles S. from Andorer. Popula. 622. Fairs, Sept. 24, Sheep and bullocks. If it fall on the Sun., it is kept on the Sat. before. Here was a Benedictine Nunnery, founded, by Elfrida, Queen Dowager of King Edgar, in the year 986, to expiate the crime of ber being concerned in the murders both of her first husband, Ethelwolf, that she might be queen, and of her son-in-law, King Edward, that her own son might be king; here she spent the latter part of her life in doing penance, like David, for her sins, and for regaining, like the

prodigal child, the good graces of her heavenly Father; valued at 4031.12t.10a'. yearly," now worth 8,0721. 18i. 4a1.; granted, 31 Hen. VIII., to Sir Thomu west, lord de la Ware.

WHIPPINGHAM, 4 miles N.E. from Newport. Popula. 2,068.

WHITCHURCH, 57 miles S.W. from London. Popula. 1,434. Market, Fri.; fairs, April 23, June 17, July 7, Oct. 19. Not a corporate town, but sends two members to parliament. Right of election in the freeholders of lands and tenements, in the right of themselves, or wives. Number of voters, 70.

WHITWELL, 6 miles S.E. from Newport. Popula. 488.

WICKHAM, 2$ miles N. from Farehsm. Popula. 1,134. Fair, May 20, for horses.

WIDLEY, 3§ miles N.W. from Hsvtnt. Popula. 544.

WIELD, 4 miles N. from Alrcsford. Popula. 222.

WIGHT (The Isle of). This fertile snd beautiful island forms a part of the county of Hants, standing in the British Channel, and at about 7 miles from the Hampshire coast. From Kast to West it is in length about 'i'.\ miles, snd from North to South, about 13 in breadth. It contains about 100,000 square acres. It contains the 2 hundreds of Mtdt and Metlmn, and in all 30 parishes. The population of the island is given nnder its respective parishes; but it is as well to state here that the whole amounts to 24,120 souls. Its principal Towns are Newport, Brading, Yarmouth, Newton, and Cowes; Newport and Newton beinjj borough towns. The Southern part of tin' island is hilly, affording excellent pasturage for sheep, the Northern half is aslope towards the coast of Hants, and is cultivated lsnd. The soil is various; but that of the Northern part consists chiefly of a good loam, strong rather than otherwise; and here the produce in grain crops is very great, reckoned to be 7 or 8 times the quantity necessary for the inhabitants of the island. Dorset sheen are those principally used, aud Aluorney and Devonshire rows. The farms are not ~ large, are chiefly cultivated by their owners, who have always been charac • tensed by amiable manners snd great hospitality.

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