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ON LIGHT FROM LOND.
| From M.
LEFT YBOY LOND.
2271 Nen, 1911
66 quam orch
Clifton House, Turvey
Weston Underwood, Sir R. House, and Turkey Abbey.
G. Throckmorton, Bart Wellingborough is sup 801
Olney is a small but posed to have derived its! bame from the pumber of
neat town on the Ouse, medicinal springsin its neigh
surrounded by delightful bourhood, and one called Redwell was formerly of
scenery. The church is celebrity. Charles I. and his
spacious. Many of the Queen lived here in tents a
females here are emwhole season to drink the
ployed in making worsted water. All Saint's Church is extensive, and bas carved
stockings and in silk stalls on each side of the
weaving. chaneel. Enter Northamptonshire.
Cowper the Olney has also
poet resided for a number several chapels and a free sehool. It carries on & con
of years at Weston in the siderable trade in corn, and
vicinity. the manufacture of boots
4251 shoes, and lace. Pop. 1851,
12 miles from Bozeat is 5061.
Castle Ashby, Marquis 11 m. from Wellingborough
of Northampton, a large
quadrangular structure, Thrapston, on the Nen,
containing numerous by means of which it pos
portraits. The dates sesses a considerable trade. Pop. 1851, 1183. About two
cr. the river Nen. 1625 and 1635 are seen miles distant is Drayton 187) WELLINGBOROUGH.
in the balustrades of the House, & noble antiquated
turrets. In the park is structure, supposed to have (To Northampton, 11 miles; been elected about the mid
the church, a neat builddle of the 13th century. The
Thrapston, 11 miles.)
ing, with a curious anehurch of Lowick in the
cient porch, and an oid vicinity is adorned with monuments, brasses, and
altar tomb with the stained glass. Beyond, about
statue of a cross-legged four miles distant, is Lilford
701 knight. Han, • handsome mansion, belonging to Lord Luford, and about 4 miles farther,
Oundle, a neat town, 117 KETTERING (p. 366.) 742 miles from Kettering! almost surrounded by
on the right is Bough the Nen, possessing, be
ton House, Duke of sides a handsome church
Buccleuch, formerly th with a tower, several
seat of the Dukes of chapels, a market-house,
Montagu; and 9 miles &c. Pop. 1851, 2689.
from Kettering is Wel31 miles from Oundle is
Desborough. 794|don, noted for its quarries Fotheringhay(Lord Over
of stone, which is capable stone), where formerly
of taking a high polish. stood the castle in which
The Fox Inn.
In the neighbourhood Mary Queen of Scots was
are the traces of a town, confined and executed.
and the remains of the 6 miles from Oundle is
pavement of a Roman Apthorpe, the church
mansion. of which contains a monument to Sir W. Mildmay, Chancellor of Xcr. river Welland, the Exchequer to Queen Elizabeth, and founder and enter Leicestershire. of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. In the vi. cinity is Apthorpe Hall, the seat of the Earl of Westmoreland.
From Hicks's Hall to
LUTON has a church with fine embattled tover and curious font, and
monuments, a 374
chapel 019 founded in the reign of
Henry VI., and a window representing St George and the Dragon. Its chief manufacture is straw plait. Pop. 1851, 10,648.
Silsoe has a chapel with an altar piece by Mrs Lloyd. Near Silsoe is Wrest Park, Earl de Grey, adorned with a number of paintings, chiefly portraits and possessing fine grounds and gardens. In the church-yard of Flitton, one mile distant, is the mausoleum of the family of Grey, Earls and Dukes of Kent.
24 miles distant from Clophill is Chicksand Priory, and beyond, Sonthill, Duke of Bedford
One mile beyond West End i Hawnies House (Marquis of Baih).
Three miles from Clophi ia ARITHILL stall to , baving an ancient most bouse, new market-house and an old church. Ia the vicinity is Ampthill Park, mansion of the late Lord ! land (ocenpied by Lord Wer: sleydalo) containing a valuable collection of paintings, 11brary, and masrum The park is remarkable for its Oaks Henry VIII's queen, | katherine, resided in the old mansion while her divorce was in agitation. The Al mede #beautiful krofeo lunden trees, was planted by the late Lord Holland for the inhabitants of Ampthill
CXLVIII. LONDON TO HIGHAM FERRERS THROUGH KIMBOLTON, 717 Wiles.
OX RIGHT FROM LOND.
ON LEFT FROM LOND. From Hicks's Hall to 167 Eaton Socon, (p. 371.)
Kimbolton Castle, a 141 Cross Hall.
noble mansion of consiAt a dist. Paxton Place. 13 Hail Weston, Hunting. | 571 derable antiquity, has Gaines Hall (J. Duber 11 Staughton Highway. 601 been successively the ley, Esq.) and on the 9
property of the Bohuns, opposite side of the road, 1
Staffords,and Wingfields, Staughton House, D.
and is now the seat of
KIMBOLTON. Onslow, Esq.
the Duke of Manchester. 611 Tilbrook, Bedford.
Katherine of Aragon, the 2° Chelveston, Northamp. divorced Queen of Henry
VIII. died here. St An
drew's church contain: HIGHAM FERRERS,
several monuments or (p. 865)
the Montagu family
BEVERLEY, 236) Mlles.
264 Melbourne Hall, Sir 247 H. M. Vavasour, Bart.
2 miles distant, Ever- 231 ingham Hall, Lord Herries.
21 2 m. distant, Hough- 19 ton Hall, Hon. C. Langdale, and 3 miles farther Hotham Hall.
Londesborough Park, MARKET WEIGHTON. 2171 Lord Londesborough.
(See p. 429.) Bishop Burton.
High Hall, South Dal
ton Hall, Lord Hotham, BEVERLEY, (p. 422.)
| 231|| Hall Bank, for many Newland.
2343 years the seat of the
To Hessle, 9 miles; South Cave, 12 m.
HULL, (see p. 359.)
CLI. LONDON TO MARKET WEIGHTON BY BAWTRY, THORNE, AND
HOWDEN, 1914 Miles.
ON RIGHT FROM LOND.
ON LEFT FROM LOND.
From Hicks's Hall to
149 miles, by Baldock,
(p. 370.) 371 Austerfield 1541 | 341 Finningley. 157 Finningley Park, J.
Harvey, Esq. 334 Blaxton. 158 Thorne, а
dourishing town on the Doe carries on a considerable trade. The surrounding
try is so low, that it has been Acr. Stainforth and
necessary to enclose the Keadby Canal.
canal by strong high heelste 257THORNE (See also p. 384). 1663 prevent inundatices. Por 204 New Bridge 171
Cowiek Hall, Visecan Downe, and beyond. scree the river Aire, Carleton B Lord Beaumont
ON BIGHT FROM LOND.
ON LEFT FROM LOND.
Ncr. the Dutch river.
The Dutch riyer is a
canal, so called because 181 Rawcliffe. 1731|it was cut in the reign
of Charles II., by Van
Mulden, and his 'Dutch 1511 Armin.
1761 and Flemish settlers. 139 Booth Ferry.
178 Two or three miles east
of Booth Ferry, and on
cr. the river Ouse. HOWDEN is a small
the Ouse, is the rising town of considerable an
port of GOOLE, which tiquity, with the remains 12
carries on a considerable of a palace of the Bishops (To South Cave, 12 m.
trade, and has extensive
docks and warehouses. of Durham. The church thence to Hull, 12) m.) is one of the finest spe
Pop. 1851, 4722. cimens of Gothic architecture in the kingdom, has a good tower, and
101 curious somne
Near Holme is Spalding ments. Pop. 1851, 2235.
Moor, on which is a remarkNear Holme in Holme Hall 81 Howden Grange. 1831 able hill, 120 feet high, com(Hon. C. Langdale) for se
manding an extensive proveral centuries the property
apect. The village is on the of the Constables of Flambo
7 rough, who sold it to Sir Mar
plain, but the church is situWelham Bridge. 1843 ated on the top
of the hill. maduke Langdale, the steady
Beyond Holme is Mel. adherent of Charles L
bourne Hall (Sir H. M. VMarket Weighton carries 5
Holme. on a considerable trade by
1863 tour Bart.); and, 2 miles
distant from Holme, is Evermeans of Canal, which com
ingham Ball, (Lord Herries), municates with the Humber.
noble modern mansion, in Here are several barrows
which is a fine portrait of containing human bones, and
Charles I. by Vandyke. Near the remains of artour. 2 miles distant Honghton MARKET WEIGHTON. 1918 the entrance to the grounds
is curious Saxon font. Hall, Hon. C. Langdale.
CLII. LONDON TO GREAT GRIMBSY THROUGH LINCOLN & MARKET RASEN.
ON LIGHT YROM LOND.
ON LEFT TRON LOND.
From Hicks's Hall to
(See p. 430).
There is another and better road to Great Grimsby by Market Rasen and Caistor, but it is 6f miles longer.
CAISTOR, a place of great antiquity, is supposed to derive its name from the Roman word “Castrum.” Some Roman and Saxon antiquities have been disovered here. The church is partly of Norman and partly of early English :hitecture. There are also several chapels, banks, &c., in this town.