Topographical Dictionary of England
Topographical Dictionary of England. Lewis, Samuel. 1840.
The fourth edition of Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of England is a historical and statistical account of the cities, corporate and market towns, parishes and townships in England.
Arranged in alphabetical order, the information contained in this dictionary includes such things as: the distance of the town from London, the population according to the 1831 census, a historical summary of the place, descriptions of the local environment, scientific and literary institutions, commerce, trade and manufactures, ecclesiastical and religious establishments, present income and much more.
Also included are the seals of several cities, corporate towns, universities and colleges.
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