England's Gazetteer; Or, An Accurate Description Of All The Cities, Towns, and Villages of the Kingdom: In Three Volumes. Vol. I. and and Vol. II. Contain A Dictionary of the Cities, Corporations, Market-Towns, and the Most Noted Villages; Their Manufactures and Trade; Markets, Fairs, Customs, and Prilileges; Principal Buildings, and Charitable Foundations, &c. With Their Distance from London, in Miles Both Computed, and Measured. Vol. III. A New Index Villaris, Or, Alphabetical Register of the Less Noted Villages; With Their Distance, Or Bearing, from the Next Market-Town, Or Well-known Place. This Work Includes All the Chief Harbours, Bays, Forests, Hills, Mines, Medicinal Springs, Moors, and Other Curiosities Both of Nature and Art; and Not Only Takes Notice of Most of the Manors and Seats in the Kingdom, Both Ancient and Present; But Also Points Out the Old Military Ways, Camps, Castles, and Other Remarkable Ruins of Roman, Danish, and Saxon Antiquity: - And Particularly Shews the Estates Were Formerly Abbey-Lands. Being A New Index Villaris, Or, Alphabetical Register Of The Less Noted Villages; With their Disctance, or Bearing, from the next Market-Town, or well-known Place, Volume 3

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Knapton, Brown, Millar, Whiston and White, 1751 - 418 pages

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