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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Caldecott Pipewell Abbey . Party argent three crescents gules and azure a crozier erect or .

    to 170 ft. in the south, where the parish and county boundary is formed by the Eye Brook and River Welland . The village is about 41/2 miles from Uppingham on the road to Kettering . It is approached from


    Market Harborough on the north side of the River Welland which here divides Leicestershire from Northamptonshire . The civil parish, 1,143 a. in area, extends north-westwards from the village, which is close to the river, to the top of Langton

    The Hundred of Gartree THE HUNDRED OF GARTREE

    north-westwards and are tributaries of the River Soar ; and those which flow south-eastwards and are tributaries of the River Welland . This is a district of small, nucleated villages, frequently sited on patches of gravel by large springs in

    Carlton Curlieu

    ridge of hills making the watershed between the River Sence to the west and streams flowing south-east into the River Welland . The soil of the parish is a loamy clay, chiefly devoted to pasture. No arterial roads cross the

    Medbourne NEVILL HOLT HILL

    the building stone for houses in the district. The parish is separated from Northamptonshire on the south by the River Welland . Two branch railway lines crossed the boundaries of Medbourne . The first, in the north-west corner of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George, were announced I3r oner, last night's London Gazelle. The BURSTING OF A RIVER 11IBANRMENT,-The banks of said the River Welland, near Spalding, burst in three places i yesterday morning, through a remarkably high tide, flood- atuded ing the whole Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    There i were nutmerous street accidents, a large number of cases being treated at the various hospitals. ' The River Welland. in Northamptonshire, Rutland, and Lincolnshire is still rising, and the whole valley is flooded. A great deal of property Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    siitabla for krowtnIg .p it WOAD, situate wIthi t T o l'urlonsgif thW Naviga-. tu . 'tion of thel River Welland, in the County ofNrth _ d atnpton. None need ap'Jiy. but those can gVesalitifae- s tory Refererires.-Appliiatinns to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Spaldinig. which tatlie inoearet point on ti-e Eas4ern Coast for tlre MVid- land Countie3, and connected by the River Welland with the Gerrmau Uceoin. The proposed Capital will be sufficient for the constrllction or tle inecessary work" anid everv Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    races a-ill be arranged this week. MATCHES ON THE RIVER WELLAND. On Saturday some skating matches, organised for the benefit of the working classes, took place (en the river Welland at Spaldtig, the first there this season. The prizes were Subscribers-only content

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