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BURY, BURY ST EDMUNDS, IXWORTH, AND SCOLE INN, 1127 Miles.
ON RIGHT FROM LOND.
ON LEFT FROM LOND.
About a mile from the Church to
entrance to Bury is Ick. St Edmund's Hill, ar
worth Park (Marquis of BURY ST EDMUNDS. beyond it Rougham Old
Bristol), a splendid buildHall, P. Bennet, Esq,and
ing, erected by the celeRougham New Hall.
brated Earl of Bristol, BURY ST EDMUNDS is
Bishop of Derry, and an ancient town on the
containing a fine collecEast Union Railway and
tion of modern sculpthe Larke, which, with
ture. The park is 11 the Ouse, is navigable
miles in circumference.
Barton. to Lynn. Its splendid
Barton Hall, Lieut. Abbey of St Edmund
Gen. Sir H. E. Bunbury, was the second in the
Bart. kingdom, but is now only
3 m.N.W.is Hengrave a magnificent pile of
Hall (Sir T. R. Gage, ruins. The principal] 344
IXWORTH. 771 Bart.), a noble specimen buildings are the town
8 miles distant, Langham of ancient architecture. hall, originally a church; Hall, Sir H. C. Blake, Bart.,
Troston Hall, the seat St Mary's church, an an and near it Stowlangtoft
of R. E. Loft, Esq. cient structure, adorned Hall, H. Wilson, Esq. with an elegant roof and
803 a beautiful porch, and
Redgrave Hall, G. containing the tomb of derivesits name from a chapel
Wilson, Esq. once the Mary Queen of France, here dedicated to St Botolph.
seat of Chief Justice and afterwards Duchess It has a free school founded
Holt. Thevillage church, of Suffolk, daughter of by Sir Nicholas Bacon, Lord
which is situated in the Henry VII.; St James's Keeper to Queen Elizabeth.
park, contains some inchurch is early English.
teresting monuments. The church gate, as it is
To Palgrave, 2 miles; called, is considered a
thence to Diss, 1 mile. noble specimen of Saxon
Diss on the Waveney architecture; the abbey) Half a mile farther join the
is a neat and prosperous gate, distinguished by a road to Scole Inn from Ips.
town, the inhabitants of beautiful arch and nuwich, (p. 475.)
which are for the most merous sculptural em
part employed in the bellishments; a theatre, Assembly Rooms, Me
manufacture of hose and
hempen cloth. The winchanics Institute, new
dows of the church are jail, &c. Here are also a
| 191| cr. the Waveney, 924 arranged in a peculiar botanical garden, a free grammar school, and se
and enter Norfolk
manner, being disposed
in pairs, five on each veral meeting houses
side of the nave, and a and charitable institu
plain pilaster between tions. Sir Nicholas Ba
every pair. Pop. 1851, con, Bishop Gardiner,
2419 (see also p. 473.) Bishop Blomfield of Lon
Scole Inn or Osmon- 93 Scole Inn was built don, and many other
about 190 years ago, by eminent men, were DA
a Mr Peck, a merchant tives of this town. 2M.P.
Stratton, St Mary. Pop. 1861, 13,900.
It was profusely decorated with
carved work, and forStratton, St Michael. 1024
merly possessed a curious sign representing
the arms of the chiet cr. the river Yare. towns and families of the
county (see also p. 473.)
Costessey Park (Lord NORWICH, (p. 465.) (1127) Stafford), (m.
COLCHESTER, AND IPSWICH, 111 Miles.
The Whalebone. 100
The whalebone is said to have belonged to a
whale taken in the same Romford is a populous
year in which Oliver town and railway station,
Cromwell died. with a good road trade,
To Epping Ferest,
Marshalls, and is noted for its corn
and Gidea (See p. 487.)
Hall. and cattle markets, and its ale. A new church has supplanted the old one (erected in 1407), and contains several ancient monuments, which were removed thither. Pop. 1851, 3791
To Gray's Thurrock, 127 miles. Hare Hall, an elegant 987
Dagnam Park, Sir R
Hare Street 12 D. Neave, Bart. mansion.
Rocketts, How Hatch. Warley Pl., and War- 9411 Brook Street
and Weald Hall, C. I. ley Lodge.
Tower, Esq. Thorndon Hall, (Lord 93 BRENTWOOD. 18 Brentwood is a railway Petre, a magnificent
Here is a free school and station, and carries on a mansion, erected under
4 new church, and in the considerable road trade. the direction of Payne.
High Street are the remains The chapel is adorned
of a town-hall and prison. with a fine painting of
Pop. 1851, 2205. the Nativity.
To Tilbury Fort, 164 m.
Shenfield. 19 2 m. dist. Hutton Hall.
Thoby Priory. Petre family. 88
The Hyde, I. Disney Ingatestone. 23
Esg. Mii Green House To Maldon, 123 miles. 86 Margaretting Street. 25
Writtle Lodge, and is Stisted.
the distance, skreens, T.
| 265 W. Bramston, Esq. Widford.
ON BIGHT FROM LOND.
ON LEYT FROM LOND.
Chelmsford, the county
MALDON, 8 miles from wwa of Essex, and a railway
and Moulsham Hall, Sir tation on the Chelmer. It
Chelmsford, isan ancient| has new and spacious H. B. P. St John Mild populous town, and a
burch, several meeting. houses, two gaols, shire
railway station. It has may, Bart. ball and
several churches, chacorn exchange, size court, and assembly
pels, banks, &c., is a rooms, a house of correction,
bonding port, and carries free grammar-school, theatre, race-course, &e.
on a considerable trade Pop. 1851, 6033.
in coals, iron, deals, &c.
cr. the riv. Chelmer. Two M.P. Pop. 1851, Great Baddow, 4 m.,
5888. See also p. 488. and 5 m. distant is Danbury, the church of which stands on a Danish 82 CHELMSFORD.
21 m. distant Broomcamp, and contains the
field. tombs of three cross
To Chipping, Ongar, legged knights, curiously
10 miles ; Epping, 173; carved.
Dunmow, 124; Braintree, Danbury Palace, Bi
1lf miles. shop of Rochester. Springfield Lyons.
Springfield. 301| Springfield Place. Boreham House, Sir 1. T. Tyrell, Bart. 774 Boreham Street. Crix. Hatfield Priory.
Hatfield Peverell. 352 m. distant, Terling
Place, Lord Rayleigh. cr. the river Brain.
To Braintree, 7 miles. In the vicinity of 737
The Grove-Witham Witham, are the remains a place of great antiquity, Place-Witham Lodgeof a camp.
near the confluence of the Faulkbourn Hall, J. To Maldon, 64 miles. Brain and Blackwater. The Bullock, Esq.
church contains several inte
resting monuments, 1 m. distant Braxted 7141 Riven Hall End. 391|11 mile distant, Riven Park, C. Du Cane, Esq,
Hall Place.. handsome mansion, 701 Kelvedon.
41 Felix Hall, T. S. Wesfinely situated in an ex
tern, Esq. tensive park. The in (To Coggeshall, 3 miles.)
Colchester is supposed terior is elegantly fitted
to have been the Roman ap. At Coggeshall are
colony of Camelodunum. some vestiges of an abbey
Here are the remains of built by King Stephen.
a castle formerly of great
strength, and of the town cr. the river Black
wall, the ruins of st) water.
John's Abbey, and St
Botolph's priory, an anLayer Marney Tower, 69 Gore Pits.
cient chapel, an arched Quintin Dick, Esq.
vault used as a prison, Copford Hall.
the moat hall, a neat Birch Hall,
theatre, numerous Round, Esq.
churches and chapels, Stanway Hall.
schools, &c. Some of the 9 miles distant is West
churches are interesting Mersea, a small bathing situated on the south bank of on account of their arplace.
the river Colne. The town chitectural ornaments, Donyland Hall, and is famous for its oysters. 2 and the monuments they Berechurch Hall, late M.P. Pop. 1851, 19,443. contain. 10 miles from Sir G. H. Smyth, Bart. Colchester is connected with Colchester, on the right,
Wivenhoe Park, J. G. all parts of the kingdom by is St Osyth, where are Rebow, Esq. railways.
the remains of an Au-1
ON RIGHT FROM LOND.
ON LEFT FROM LOND.
gustine Priory, founded The Obelisk.
in the twelfth century. cr. the river Colne. The quadrangle is almost
entire, and is entered by a beautiful gateway. The church of St Oorth con
tains several monuments Dedham, and beyond,
: 5241 Stratford Bridge. 181 Langham Hall; and Lawford Hall; in the
beyond, cr. the river Stour,
Boxted, distance Mistley Park,
G. near Manningtree.
and enter Suffolk.
dring Hall, Sir RC. Wherstead Lodge, W.L.
(Rowley, Bart, and Hars. Scrope, Esg, and five
sley Park. miles distant, Wolver
Copdock. 651 Hintlesham fall, J. stone Hall, J. Berners,
H. L. Anstruther, Esg, & Esq. delightfully situated
3 miles distant Bramlard on the west bank of the
Hall. Orwell. The park is ex
To Bramford, 3 miles, tensive and well stocked
thence to Great Blackenwith deer.
ham 3 miles, thence to Christchurch Park, W.] 4211 Hadleigh Guide Post. | 681 Needham Market, 3D, C. Fonnereau, Esq., and
a cr. the river Orwell.
thence to Slow Market Red House. 42 IPSWICH, (p. 477.)
31 miles. 4 miles distant, Nacton
i The Channtry, Sir Broke Hall, Sir G. N.
moll To Needham Market, Hall, Sir W. Fowle Mid
Claydon. 125 mlles, thence to Stos dleton, Bart.
Market, s miles. Crowfield Hall, now a farm house.
Coddenham Bridge 4 miles distant is Helmingham Hall, a seat of 31}
The park attached to Little Stonham.
Helmingham Hall, conthe Earl of Dysart, a 3f miles from Stonbam is
tains some of the finest quadrangular structure Debenham, the church of
oaks in this part of the erected about the time which contains several an
kingdom, many of them of Henry VIII. It is cient monuments, and 4 m.
of great age. The church, completely surrounded beyond is Worlingworth Hall,
which adjoins the park, by & moat, and is ap now a farm house.
contains many splendid proached by two draw.
memorials of the Tollebridges. It contains
mache family. some fine paintings, a good library, and a large collection of ancient ar. mour.
274 Brockford Street. 831
Thwaite. 81 Thornham Hall, Lord At the fourth mile-25 Stoke Ash. |86 Henniker. stone from Brockford,
Old Black Bull. 18641 * The father of the present baronet was the gallant Sir Philip B. Vere Broke, who ob tained a baronetcy in consideration of the victory he achieved in 1813, as Captain of the Shu Don over the United States Frigate, the Chesapeake.
I to Eye 2 miles.
ON RIGHT FROM LOND,
ON LEFT FROM LOND.
To the left is the town Brome Hall, and be- (17 mile farther; to Eye, 13 of Eve. The church is ond, Oakley Park, Sir
spacious and handsome. E. C. Kerrison, Bart.
Eye formerly possessed a castle, and to the east
of the town may still be 193 Scr. river Waveney, 911
seen the ruins of a Be. and enter Norfolk.
nedictine monastery. 1 M.P. Pop. 1851, 7531.
(See also p. 489.) Scole Inn was formerly 191 Scole Inn, or Osmondis-91+|, To Diss, 2 miles. Diss noted for a singularly
(see also p. 469) is a neat carved sign, representing
flourishing town on the the arms of the chief
Waveney. The inhabitowns and families in the
tants are principally emcounty, and for a large
ployed in the manufacircular bed of immense 164 Dickleburgh. 941 ture of hempen cloth, size. (See also p. 469.)
hose, and stays. The 144 Tivetshall Green. 964 church is remarkable for
the disposition of its win
dows. Here are also 101
100% Stratton, St Mary. Presbyterian and Quak.
ers' meeting-houses, and a charity school. Pop.
1851, 2419. 1 mile distant Boyland 94 Stratton, St Michael. 10171,71 m. from Diss is New
BUCKENHAM, where are Hall, F. W. Irby, Esq.
the ruins of an ancient 87 Bird-in-Hand. 1023
castle, and a spacious
church,containing a rich61 Newton Flotman. 1043 lycarved screen, and some Shottesham Park.
interesting monuments. Dunston Hall. 27 Harford Bridge. 1088 Mangreen Hall.
cr. the river Y a
To New Buckenham,
131 miles. NORWICH, (n. 465.) 111 To Wymondham, 8) m.
CLXXIV. LONDON TO CROMER BY NEWMARKET, BRANDON, WALTON, AND
EAST DEREHAM, 1283 Miles.
11 mile from Watton is Merton Hall (Lord 461 Walsingham), a fine an
tiquated mansion in the 451 Gothic style, standing in 437 an extensive park, diversified with rich plantations.
402 1 mile from Shipdham 38 is Letton Hall, B. Gurdon, Esq.