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from Tynemouth is Seaton Delaval, formerly the seat of the Delavals, now the property of Lord Hastings. It was erected from designs by Sir John Vanbrugh, and was one of the finest mansions in Northumberland, but was unfortunately lestroyed by fire in 1822. There is a mausoleum within the grounds, and the hapel, which is as old as the time of William the Conqueror, is one of the most omplete and beautiful little pieces of antiquity in England.
CXLII. FROM LONDON TO KIRKBY MOORSIDE THROUGH HELMSLEY BLACK
MOOR, 227+ Miles.
2171 Gilling Castle, C. Fair.
fax, Esq. and
Newburgh Hall, Sir G. Wombwell, Bart.
3 miles dist. Hoving- 1041, Gilling. ham Hall.
Helmsley is a small market-town on a declivity near the Rye. The inhabitants are employed in agriculture and the
Oswaldkirk. linen manufacture. Here
Sproxton. are the ruins of a castle which was taken by Fairfax in the civil war. The grounds of Dun. combe Park, half a nuile
cr. river Rye. distant, are laid out with great taste, and command fine prospects. Four miles distant are the ruins of Rivaulx Abbey, founded in 1181 HELMSLEY BLACK. for Cistercian monks.
MOOR. The situation is one of remarkable beauty. Five miles from Helmsley are
Nawton. the ruins of Ryland Abbey.
Duncombe Park, Lord Feversham, an elegant mansion, containing a fine collection of paintings. It was formerly called Helmsley, ("once proud Buckingham's delight”), and was the seat of the Villiers, Dukes of
Buckingham. 22211 To Bilsdale, 9} miles,
thence to Kirkby, 31 m., --thence to Stokesley, 21 m.
GRANTHAM, DONCASTER, YORK, AND NEW MALTON, 246 Miles.
ON LIGUT FROM LOND.
OX LEFT FBOY LOND.
464From Hicks's Hall to
Lobster Inn. 7 3 m. distant, Sheriff er, Esq.
Hutton Park, L. ThompHowsham Hall.
son, Esq., and ruins of 341 Whitwell. 211the Castle.
Castle Howard, the Hutton Lodge.
magnificent seat of the Welham House, R. 287. NEW MALTON.
Earl of Carlisle, built Bower, Esq.
a well built town, on the from a design of Sir John To Scarborough, 227 m. Derwent, and the York and
Vanbrugh, on the site of To Beverley, 28 miles. Scarborough Railway. It
the old castle of Hinderhas been supposed to be the
skels, which was deRoman Camelodunum. Here
stroyed by an accidental are the remains of an ancient
fire. It is enriched with castle, two churches, several
a splendid collection of meeting-houses, a theatre,
paintings, statues, busts, and assembly rooms. The
tc. The grounds are town carries on a large trade beautiful and extensive. in corn, butter, and hams. Two M.P. Pop. 1851, 7661.
Howe Bridge, 2202 Kirkby Hall.
sa cr. river Derwent. To Scarborough,20 m. 201 PICKERING 2253 To Kirkby Moorside, Kingthorpe Hall. contains a spacious and an
MALTON, 239] Miles.
CXLV. LONDON TO WHITBY THROUGH LINCOLN, HULL, AND SCAR
BOROUGH, 2317 Miles.
OX BIGIT FROM LOND
ON LEFT FROM LOND,
Beyond Norman Cross
From Hicks's Hall to you have a fine view of Norman Cross, Hun At a distance, Overton Whittlesea-Mere, an ex- 159
72 Longueville, and Ortou ensive sheet of water,
Hall, Marg. of Huntly. bout 2 m. long, and 1 Junction of the road. n. across.
To Oundle, 12) miles. To March through
cr. river Nen, and Whittlesea, 161 miles. enter Northamptonshire, To Whittlesea, 51 m. 158PETERBOROUGH, (p, 420). 721 Thorpe Hall, and bea
yond Milton Park (Earl
Fitzwilliam). Thorney, 7 miles ; Wis
To Oundle, 131 miles; each, 19 m.; Downham, 1507) Walton.
Weldon, 227 m.; Market Larket, 82} m.; Swaffam, 45 m. 1501
Harborough, 37 m.; Lut
Werrington. 804 terworth, 50 m.
cr. river Welland,
ON BJGHT FROM LOND.
ON LEFT FROM LOND.
To Spalding, 114 m.
MARKET-DEEPING, 86 To Stamford, 84 m. so called from its situation, on the way, Uffington the ground to the east of this House, Earl of Lindsey place being the lowest in the county. Pop. of par. 1219. Langtoft.
887| Casewick Hall, R:.
Hon. Sir J. Trollope, Bt. 1424
Baston. Thetford House.
To Stamford, 104 m. To Spalding, 12 m.
BOURNE, (p. 421.) | To Corby, 8 miles.
Grimsthorpe (Lord To Donington, 124 m.
and beyond, Aslackby.
Lrnbam To Donington, 94 m. 1291) FOLKINGHAM.
Park (Lord Clifford). Here was anciently a castle, but only the moats and mounds remain. The site is now occupied by a gaol. The church is large and handsome.
Newton-Goss. 10411 To Grantham, 11 m.
1261 Osbournby. Aswarby Hall, Sir T. 125
2 miles distant, C
1061 Whichcote, Bart.
verthorpe_Hall (J. A. 1221 Silk-Willoughby. 109
Honblin, Esq.); and in
the distance, To Boston, 18 m.; to 1198
House (Earl Brownlow) Tattershall, 13; miles.
The bishops of Lincoln had a At a distance are the castle here, which is now
Rauceby (A. Peacock, remains of the ancient quite level with the ground.
Esq.) monastic edifice of Ha T'he church is a handsome verholme priory, which building, containing several have been incorporated monuments to the Carr fainto the modern mansion mily. Pop. 1851, 3729. of the Earl of Winchil-1 Holdingham.
upon sea and Nottingham.
Trent, 18 miles.
Coleby Hall (Sir C. R.
Tempest, Bart.), surabout 100 feet, and is sur
rounded by pleasing
grounds. mounted by a statue of Geo. At a distance, Nocton III. It was erected as a guide Hall, Earl of Ripon.
for travellers when the roads Branston Hall, Hon. were intricate, and the heath
Harmston Hall A. L. Melville.
was an extensive waste. Canwick Hall, Major G. W. T. Sibthorp.
cr. river Wytham. To Wragby, 103 m.; thence to Horncastle, 10 1012) LINCOLN, (p. 421.) 1297). To Newark, 16 miles; m. To New Bolingbroke,
Southwell, 24 miles 1273 miles
Mansfield 367 miles.
casti bishop RAFORhby.
OX RIGHT FROM LOND.
ON LEYT FROM LOND.
Burton Hall, Lord (Bishop of Lincoln.)
Summer Castle; Fil. Cracroft, Esq.
lingham Castle, J. Dal. Caenby Hall.
ton, Esq. To Market Rasen, 10m.
Glentworth, Earl of Norton Place. Sir M u g Spittal-in-the-Street. (1404|Scarborough.
To Gainsborough, 10 Cholmeley, Bart.
miles.* Redbourne Hall, Duk
Redbourne. 1471] To Kirton in Lindsey, of St Albans.
2 miles. Hibaldstow. 1484 Scr. river Ancholme. Scawby Hall, Sir J.
Nelthorpe, Bart. To Caistor, 10 miles. 741 BRIGG, or GLANFORD 1513| 4 miles distant Manby Elsham Hall, T. G.
Hall, Earl of Yarborough. Corbett, Esq., and be.
This town carries on a con: rond, at a considerable siderable trade in corn, coals, distance, Brocklesby and timber. Pop. 1851, 3097. Appleby Hall. Hall, Earl of Yarborough.
24 m. distant, Barrow 687 BARTON upon Humber, a 1624 Hali, and beyond, Woot
town of great antiquit ton House.
railway station, and noted as 5 m. distant are Thorn
the principal place of passage ton College and the
to Hull. It carries on a conruins of Thornton Abbey,
siderable trade in corn and founded by William le
flower. The church of St. Gros, Earl of Albemarle,
Peter is very ancient, and its A.D. 1139. Various por
tower remarkable. tions of the building are yet tolerably entire. The
Waterside Inn. abbot's lodge is occupied There is a regular steamas a farm house.
packet from Barton to Hull To Hedon, 8 miles.
To South Cave, 123 HULL, (Yorkshire.) 1693 Tranby House. (See p. 359.)
Newland. On right bank of the
1717 Hall, Hull Bank.
Dunswell. 1741 541 Woodmansey. 1761
524 BEVERLEY, (p. 422.) 1781 To Hessle, 9 miles. To Hornsen, 13 miles.
To York, 297 miles. To Bridlington by 512 Molescroft. Brandsburton, 237 miles.
To New Maltou, 27 m.
Low Hall. • Gainsborough is situate on the right bank of the river Trent, twenty-one miles above its unction with the estuary of the Humber. The town, consisting principally of one long street, unning parallel to the river, is clean, well paved, and lighted. It possesses a well built church, rected in 1748, several dissenting places of Worship, a town hall, and a small theatre. Here is n ancient building called the Old Hall, composed of oak timber framing, and forming three ides of a quadrangle. It was formerly surrounded by a moat. The town has a considerable oasting and inward trade, arising from canals, and the navigable state of the river, which admits teamers and ressels of from 150 to 200 tons. Its population in 1851 was 7508.