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OX RIGHT YBOY LOND.
ON LEFT FROM LOND.
703 Halkin. 203)
Halkyn Castle, Mur. To Flint, 2} miles.
quis of Westminster. Three miles beyond 67 HOLYWELL 207
Brynfoed. derives its name from a is Downing, formerly the residence of the cele
spring called St Winifred's brated topographer, T.
Well. In the vicinity are Pennant, Esq., and one
extensive lead mines, and sule beyond it, near the
numerous manufactories of sea, Mostyn Hall, Lord
paper, snuff, copper, and Mostyn, and farther
cotton. It joins with 7 laloog is Talacre, Sir P.
other Flint boroughs in Mostyn, Bart.
returning 1 M.P. Pop. of
Parl. Bor. 1851, 5740. 611 Brick Kiln. 2121) mile dist. Bryn Bella,
Sir J. S. Piozzi Salusbury, 10 cr. river Clwyd.
the heir of Madanie 57 ST ASAPH, 217
Piozzi. a small but pleasant and
Llanerch Park and very ancient city, situated between the Clwyd and
Bronwylta, General Sir
Henry Browne, K.C.H. The see of St Asaph Elwy. The cathedral is a
Wygfair and Cefn. ras founded so early as neat plain structure, and
Three miles distant 543, and comprises parts the east window has painted
Plas Heaton, J. Heaton, of the counties of Flint,
glass. This see has numMontgomery, Denbigh, bered among its bishops
Esq.; and beyond, Faenol,
one of the best old houses the excellent Dr. W. BeveMerioneth, and Salop. ridge. In the churchyard
in the county of Flint. is the tomb of Bishop Isaac
Tb Denbigh, 34 miles. Barrow, who was tutor to the great mathematician and divine, Dr Isaac Bar.
row, his nephew. The Bodhyddan, W.S. Con
Episcopal palace, recently vy, Esq.; farther to the
rebuilt, is a commodious reright Pengwern, Lord
sidence, and the scenery of Mostyn.
the Clwyd is particularly
Macr. the river Elwy.
Three miles distant excellent sands, and the Coed Coch, J. L. Wynne, sceneryin the vicinity beau
Esq.; farther to the left tiful. Near it is a huge cal
Gartlewin, B. H. Wynne, careous rock called Cefn-yr Esq. Oge, in which are several
natural caverns. Gwrych Castle, L. H.
Pop. of R. Hesketh, Esq.; Bryn
parish 1851, 2865. Julas, J. Hesketh, Esq. 474 Llandulas.
A cr. river Conway.
Brynsteddfod, J. C. Bodyscallan. 381|ABERCONWAY
Jones, Page narronshire )
ON RIGHT FROM LOND.
ON LEFT FROM LOND
To Llanrwst, 12 miles.
by no means safe, as the
Snowdon in the disE. G. Douglas Pennant,
tance, Lime Grove.
LXXXVII. FROM LONDON TO CHESTER THROUGH NEWPORT AND
WHITCHURCH, 1834 Miles ---Continued to PARKGATE, 1954 Miles.
Combermere Abbey, !
14 mile distant is Mal. is Cholmondeley Castle
pas, & wel built towo, si(Marquis of Chólmonde
tuated on an eminence ley), an elegant mansion, adorned with a library and
near the Dee. Thechurch a fine collection of paint
is a handsome building, ings.
containing a vault of the
Cholmondeley family. Bolesworth Castle. 231 Broxton. 1727 Bishop Heber was a na.
tive of this town.
Carden Hall, (J. E Leche, Esad
ON RIGHT FROM LOND.
ON LEFT PROM LOND,
199 Handley. 11754) Aldersey Hall, S. Alder.
sey, Esq. 189 Golbourn Bridge. |1765
Eaton Hall, Marquis of
Westminster. 17 Higher Hatton. 1781
Boughton Hall. 131 Boughton. 182 Hoole Hall
12 Bache Hall.
CHESTER, p. 149.
LXXXVIII. LONDON TO LIVBRPOOL THROUGH DUNSTABLE, COVENTRY,
LICHFIELD, STONE, KNUTSFORD, AND WARRINGTON, 206 Miles.
ON RIIBT FROM LOND.
ON LEFT FROM LOND.
Packington Hall, Ear! From Hicks's Hall tol Tn Warwick, 14 miles ;
to Birmingham, 94 miles. 1061
wickshire (p. 199). 997 3 miles distant is Max.
COL.ESHILL. suite Castle (T. Dilke, 1021
|1039). Coleshill Park, Lord E:9.), a considerable part The church is a fine
Digby. of which enains in the
specimen of Gothic archtsamne state as when erected
tecture, containing nuby Edward iil. Here also
merous monuments, parare the remains of a priory butt by the same monarch.
ticularly of the Clinton
and Digby families, and Blyth Hall (W. S. Dug- two of
cross-legged dale, Esq.), formerly the knights. It affords the
property of Sir W. Dug- title of Viscount to tha dale, author of the
Earls Digby. Monasticon.
Nams Han, C. B. Ad. Ideiley, F9q.
1001 Curdworth Bridge. 1053
cr. river Tame.
Middleton Hall, Lord
Enter Staffordshire. To Tamworth, 5 miles.
Basset's Pole. 111 To Sutton Coldfield, 24
miles, and beyond Sutton Canwell Hall, Lord
Hints Hall, W. H. C Floyer, Esq.
Thickbroom Cot. Swinfen Hall, J. Swin- 894
Swinfen. |1164 Shenstone Pa., E. fen, Esq.
Grove, Esq, and beyond. Freeford Hall, R. Dyott,
Fotherley Hall. Esq.
cr. Wyrley and
Essington Canal. To Derby, 23 miles; 877 LICHFIELD. 114 To Birmingham, 154 m. Abbot's Bromley, 114 m. Stowe House.
(See p. 210.
Walsall, 9 miles.
Pipe Grange. Elmhurst Hall, J.
Maple Hayes. Smith, Esq. 834 Longdon. 1229 Beaudesert Park (Mar
quis of Anglesea; a mag
nificent mansion, surArmytage Park.
rounded by fine trees. 814 Brereton.
(1249| 795 RUGELEY |1263. The Grand Trunk Canal
carries on a considerable is here carried over the tradein hats, and has seve- Trent by a noble aqueduct. ral mills and iron forges, Hagley Park, the an ancient church, &c. Baroness De la Zouche.
Pop. of town, 1851, 3054. Two miles distant, on Bellamore House.
(See p. 211.)
Cannock Chase is a faColton Hall, Bishton
Wolseley Hall, Sir C. cr. river Trent Wolseley, Bart. and Grand Trunk
Canal. Blithfield House, (Lord 769 Colwich. Bagot.)
The church contains a number of monuments of the Ansons and Wolseleys.
Shugborough (Earl of
Lichfield), the birth-place 75 Great Haywood. 130% of the great Lord Anson.
Tixall Park, Sir T. A. C. Constable, Bart.
Ingestre Hall, Earl
Shirleywich. This rond to Lichfield is 4 miles nearer than that through Northampton and Lutterworth.