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From
London.

ON LEFT FROM LOND.

To Ladlow, 16} miles, river Lag. Near it is a To Kington, 7 miles. Knighton,7 miles, thence circular hill, much visited, to Shrewsbury, 33 miles. called the Warden, with

plantations and delightful
walks. Pop. of par. 1851,
(2156. (See p. 142.)

Newcastle.
541
Beggar's Bush.

1537 Downton, and beyond Grove Hall. 51 Kinnerton.

1567 Harpton Court, Rt. Hon

Sir G. C. Lewis, Bart. 481 NEW RADNOR. (159

ABERYSTWITH,(p. 138.) i 207f|

LXXIIL LONDON TO SHREWSBURY THROUGH AYLESBURY, KIDDER

MINSTER, AND MUCH-WENLOCK, 1601 Miles.

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ON RIGHT FROM LOND.

From
Shrews.

From
London

ON LEFT FRON LOND.

Esq.

4 miles distant Whad- 1097 WINSLOW

51 3 miles distant, Claylon Hall (W. Selby 16 miles distant is Stukeley, don House, Sir H. Ver Lowodes, Esq.)

the church of which is one ney, Bart.
of the most perfect Saxon Addington House.
buildings in the kingdom.
Pop. of parish 1851, 1889.

cr, river Ouse.
To Brackley, 74 miles, 1024 BUCKINGHAM (see p. 572
thence to Banbury, 81

192). wiles.

Morton House. 981! Finmore (Oxon). 614| Shelswell, J. Harrison,

Stowe, Duke of Buckingham (see p. 192).

Esq., and beyond Tus. Evenley Hul, Hon. P./ 944| Enter Northampton- / 651 more House. S. Pierrepont.

shire. 1911Aynho on the Hin 169 Aynho Hall, and be

lyond, North Aston, Ear! 1 pcr. riv. Charwell, 1 of Clonmel. and the Oxford Canal, and re-enter Oxon. Adderbury. 72

Adderbury House, Astrop Hall. W. Wille | 8811_

W. The church is a Gothic

Chamberlin, Esq. At a short

distance stood the residence building, containing several of the notorious John Wilmot, monuments.

seeond Earl of Rochester To Warwick through 841 BANBURY (see p. 192). 751

To Chipping Norton, 13 m

Brougton Castle, Lord Southam, 227 in., to Da

Saye and Sele. ventry, 17) m.

Wroxton Abbey. Earl or 11 m.beyond, Banbury:

Guilford
Drayton.

Upton House, Captain J. rick through Gay: 81

Russell Jon, 17} m.

Wroxton.

Radway, E S. Miller,En

Lower Eatingtou Hali, i 771/Upton (Warwickshire). 824 J. Shirley, Esq.

Edgehill (see p. 192).
At a distance, Walton I cr. River Avon.
Hall, Sir C. Mordaunt,
Bart.

' 651 STRATFORD ON AVON 95 Charlecote, G. Lucy,

(see p. 197). Esq.

To Warwick, 8 m.

Alveston House, Sir
C. G Skipwith, Bart.

Clopton House.
Kinwarton.

571 ALCESTER, 103) Ragley Park (Marquis Coughton Court, Sir at the confluence of the Alne of Hertford), built by & G. Throckmorton,

and Arrow, is supposed to have Lord Conway about the

been a Roman station. It has a Bart. neat church, a market hall, and

middle of last century, a free grammar school. About but since improved un600 persons are employed in the der the direction of manufacture of needles, Pop. 1831, 2027

Wyatt. The grounds Enter Worcestershire. 109% are extensive and beau

ful, and abound in fine 2 m. dist. Bordesley 471 Tardebigs.

3 trees.

Grafton House (Earl

cr. Worcester Hewell Grange (Robt.

of Shrewsbury), Clive, Esq.) a noble

Canal. mansion, wluich has be- 44 BROMSGROVE longed to the same contains many old houses, rutuly since 1641.

curiously ornamented, The linhabitants are chiefly em

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MINSTER, BROSELEY, AND COLEBROOK-DALE, 1614 Miles.

JON RIGHT FROM LOND.

From
Shrews.

From
London.)

ON LEFT FROM LOND.

Stanley Hall, Sir H. Tyrwhitt, Bart.

'Apley Park, T. C. Whit, 211 From London to 1394
more, Lsq. on the other
side of the Severn.

Bridgenorth, (see P.
177.)

Willey Park, Lord Po!

rester.
2 miles distant, Hay. 151). BROSELEY 1146 Caughley.

is a large and populous
town, situated on the
Serem. The inhabitants
are chiefly employed in the
iron and coal mines in the
vicinity. There is also al
manufactory of coarse
earthenware and tobacco
pipes. Pop. of par. 4829.

cr. river Severn Madeley Wood House. over the famous iron-bridge,

consisting of one arch 100
feet in span, and weighing!
378 tons 15 cwt.

COLEBROOK-DALE,
la beautiful winding glen,
celebrated for its numerous
iron works, steam-engines,
forges, &c.
Buildwas,

| Buildwas Park,
famous for the ruins of al

Moseley, Esq.
Cistertian Abbey, founded
Attingham Hall, 1

in 1135, and for an elegant Berwick.

iron bridge over the Severn.
SHREWSBURY, (p. 147.) 161/

TO SHREWSBURY THROUGH COVENTRY AND BIRMINGHAM, 1534 Miles, THENCE TO HOLYHEAD, 2604 Miles.

ON RIGHT FROM LOND.

Holyhd.

From
London

ON LEFT FROM LOND.

151 From London to Bir-10951. Edgbaston, Lord Calmingham, (see p. 199.)

Chorpe. Aston Pa., J. Watt, Esq. erected about the beginning of the seventeenth 1499 (Soho, Staffordshire) in Soho, M. Boulton, Esq. century, by Sir T. Holt, Messrs Boulton and Watt's who entertained Charles I. manufactory of plated here shortly before the Igoods, steam-engines, &c. battle of Edgehill.

is considered the first estaSandwell Park, Earl of blishment of its kind in the Dartmouth,

world. To Walsall 3 miles.

WEDNESBURY. Bescot Hall.

Wednesbury is a market-town of great antiquity, distinguished for its numerous manufactures of cast iron works of every kind, guns, &c. The old church, supposed to have been erected in the eighth century, is an elegant Gothic struo

- Continued. ture, with a lofty and beautiful spire. The interior is adorned with some exquisite carving, and contains several monuments of the ancestors of the families of the Earls Harcourt (extinct) and of Lord Ward. Some vestiges of an ancient fort built by the Saxons may still be traced. Coal is obtained here in great abundance, and of superior quality. Here also is found that peculiar species of iron ore, called “ blond metal,” and some spots abound with a red earth called hip, employed in glazing vessels. Pop. 1851, 11,914.

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