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Fairfield, settlement of Moravians,

307. -
Falkner, Thomas, anecdotes of, 284.

Farmer, Dr. Richard, anecdotes of,

364. .*** ***
Fens, rivers, drainings, &c. in Lin-
colnshire, 556-588.
Finger pillory, a peculiar mode of
punishment, 376.
Flexwell Wapentake, Lin. 757-761.
Flookborough, village, Lan. formerly
a town, 76.
Folking HAM, town, Lin, encamp-
ment at, 785. "
Fox, George, anecdotes of, 79-80.
Fox, John, memoirs of, 732.
Foxlioles, a seat, Lan. 302.
Foss, Roman road, 524, 314-315.
Fouldrey, pile of Lan. island, castle,
wells, 92.
FRAMLAND, Hundred, Lei. 489 to

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Gillebrand-Hall, seat, Lan. 174.

Girsby, seat, Lin. 704. -
GLAN Ford BRIDGE or BRIGG,
town, Lim. 680. -
Gleaston-Castle, Lan. remains of 90.
Goltho-Hall, seat, Lin. 705.
Gopsal-Hall, seat, Lei. pictures, &c.
485-486.
Grace-Dieu, nunnery and park, 378;
Francis Beaumont, a native, 378-
379.
Grantham Soke, Lin. 765. -
GRANTHAM, town, Lin. aucient his-
tory, 766; Oliver Cromwell, 767;
Cross, priory; ib; church, 768;
monuments, font, 769; guild-hall,
free-school, 770; Spaw, canal,771.
Greenhaugh Castle, Lan. 114.
Grey, Lady Jane, memoirs of 396-
397. - -
GRIMsby, town, Lin. ancient and
present state, privileges, 689;
churches, priory, 690; eminent
natives, 691. -
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chapels, Holy Well, mineral waters,
476.
Hill Wapentake, Lin. 713-715. -:
Hoghton-Tower, Lan. ruins of 124.
Holbeach, town, Lin. hospital,736;
schools, cross, church, monuments,
737; memoirs of Dr. Stukeley, a
native, 737-739.
Holker-Hall, seat, Lan. park, pic-
tures, 75.
HOLLAND, a Division of Lincoln-
shire, 724-751.
Holland, village, Lan. 239; family
of, ib.
Holme, seat, Lam, woods, ancient
chantry, re-endowment, 146; su-
perstition, peculiar disease in
beasts, and supposed, means of
preventing its progress, 147; me-
moirs of Rev. William Whitaker a
native, 147, 148. -
Holt, hamlet, Lei. mineral-water,
451. - -
Homington, village,
camp, 764.
Horkstow, village, Lin. Roman pave-
ment, &c. at, 681.
HoRNBY, a small town, Lam. manu-
factures, priory, castle, church, 98,

Lin. Roman

Horncastle Soke, Lin. 712, 713.
HoRNCASTLE, town, Lin. a Roman
station, 712, 713.
Horninghold, village, Lei. church,
439. .
Hulme-Hall, ancient seat, Lan. 285;
successive possessors, 286.
Huntroyd, seat, Lan. 172.

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Hagneby Abbey, Lin. 716.
Haigh-Hall, seat, Lan. anecdotes of
Lady Bradshaigh, 238. -
Hainton, village, Lin. 704.
Hainton-Hall, seat, Lin.pictures, 704.
Hale-Hall, seat, Lan. 214. -
Hale, childof, his gigantic stature,215.
Hall, Bp. anecdotes of, 376.
HALLATON, town, Lin. 436; singu-
lar annual custom, 436-437; en-
campment, 437; church, 438.
Halton-Hall, seat, Lan. 69.
Halton-Lodge, seat, Lin. 705.
Hanbury, Rev. Wm. memoirs of,
440-446.
Haugham, Lin, remarkable hill and
torrent at, 702. .

HARBorough, town, Lei. situation,

buildings, 426; Roman encamp-
ments, urns, 427; chapel, meet-
ings, manufactories, 428; battle of
Naseby, 428-431.
Harlarton, village, church, mansion,
antiquities, 777. -
Haslington canal, Lan. 30.
HAsli NGDEN, town, Lan. situation,
church, manufactures, etymology,
149; buildings, canals, mills, 150.
Haverholme Priory, Lin. 760.
HAwksheap, town, Lan. its situa-
tion, church, buildings, 94. Arch-
bishop Sandy's, a native, 95.
HAxey, town, Lin. 675; Castle, 676.
Heaton-House, seat, Lan. situation
of, 287.
HELENs, St. town, Lam. copper-
works, &c. 227, 228.
Henley, John, orator, memoils of,
494-498.
Heptarchy, observations on the his-
tory of the, 142, n. --
Hestbank Sands, Lan. 69; melan-
choly accident at, 70.
Heynings, a Cistertian Nunnery,675.
Hinckley, town, Lei. castle, priory,
473; divisions, civil government,
stockingmanufacture,474; church
dates, and dimensions of 475.

Jewry-Wall, description of 335,336.

Ince Blundel, seat, Lan, described;
its fine collection of marble anti-
quities, &c. 308 to 312.

INSCRIPTIONS at Lancaster, 53,
64; at Colne, 139; at Great Mit-
ton, 165; at Knowsley, 229; near
Wigan, 242; at Manchester, 253,
254; on a Milliary, 334, 335; at
Stapleford, 499; at Stow, 667; a

Spital, 670. .
Ingoldsby, village, Lin, encampment
at, 764. *.

Johnson, Maurice, antiquary, accoun
of 744,

. Iron Mines, 81.

Irwell, river in Lancashire, 22.

3. G 3 - - Kegworth,
awcAsTER, county town of Lan-
cashire, Roman History of, sta-
tions, antiquities, coins, 51-54;
Saxon history, 55, 56; castle, his-
tory, description and dimensions of,
57-63; parish church, monuments,

K
Kegworth, town, Lei. charter, school,
church, 405.
KESTEVEN Division, Lin. 751-808.
Kidworth, village, Lei. encampment,
barrow, school, church, 439,440.
Kirkby-Hall, séat, Lei. 487:
kirkby, De Bp. memoirs of 492.
Kirby, Muxloe, chapelry, do. old
mansion, ib.
Kirkham, smalltown, Lam.117,118.
Kirkland Hall, seat, 115.
Kirkstead, village, Lim, abbey, me-
moirs of Hugh Kirkstead, 708.
Kirton, wapentake, Lin. 732-736.
Kirton, village, Lin. 735; church,
font, 736. -
Knaith, village, Lin. 661; memoirs
of Thomas Sutton, 662.
Knaptoft, village, Lei. encampment,

O.
Knowsley, seat, Lan, park, mansion,
228; singular inscription, 229;
portraits and anecdotes of the first
... eight Earls of Derby, Margaret
Countess of Richmond, and Char-
lotte Countess of Derby, 229-234;
... pictures, 235. -
Kyme, priory, Lin. anecdote of Sir
Gilbert Talbois, 760.

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LANCASHIRE, general deserip-
tion, history, topography, and lo-
cal beauties of, 5 to 312; ancient
inhabitants, 5: conquest by the
Romans, 7; Roman stations and
roads, 7-9; divisions and subdivi-
sions, 10; ecclesiastical history,
11; forests, 12; honour, 14;
duchy, county palatine, 15, 16;
soil, surface, 17; mineralogy, 18;
rivers, 20-22; canals, 23-38;
mosses, 38-42; agriculture, 4'2;
horned cattle, 43; population, 45-
47; representation in parliament,
castles, religious houses, 48;
pridges, roads, 49, 50; bounda-
ries and dimensions, 51.

1,ancaster canal, description of 30-

33,

63, 64; situation, public buildings,
shambles, bridge, theatre, alms-
houses, schools, 64-66; manufac-
tures, trade, custom house, town-
hall, 66; parliamentary represen-
tation, corporation, 67; salt-marsh,
ib,; inland navigation, aqueduct-
bridge. 68.
Lancaster, duchy of grant, descent,
&c. of, 15, 57, 130, 131.
Langley Hall, seat, Lei. an ancient
priory, 406.
Langoe wapentake, Lin. 755-757.
Langton, district, Lei.440-448;compre-
hending Church Langton, Menoirs
of the Rev. Wm. Hanbury, 440-
446; West Langton, church, cha-
pels, 446,447; memoirs of Walter
de Langton, a native, 447, 448;
East Langton, memoirs of Thomas
Staveley, a native, 448.
Langton, Walter de, memoirs of,
447, 448.
Langton, village, Lin. barrows, 714.
— family, anecdotes of, ib.
Lathom-House, seat, Lau. 220; he-
roic defence of by Charlotte coun-
tess of Derby, 221; description of
the house, 221, 222.
Lathom, township, Lan. 223.
Laund, priory, Lei. memoirs of Tho-
mas Cromwell, 414; mansion, cha-
pel, monument,416.
Lawress wapentake, Lin. 656-660.
LEicester, its Roman history,
names, 330; Roman antiquities,
332,333; milliary, 333,334; Jew-
ry-wall, 335, 336; ancient bishop's
see, 837, 338; history of the town,
338-342; Domesday records re-
specting it, 339; castle, 340-342;
Newark, buildings of 342, 343;
abbey, death of Cardinal Wolsey,
344; mint, series of coinage, 345;
charters, 346, 347; parliamentary
history, 347, 348; churches, St.
Nicholas, 348; St. Mary, 349,
350; ancient hall, 351; All Saints
church, 351, 352; St. Martin's,
352-358; curious parochial entries,
335; royal touching for the evil,
336; St. Margaret's, 358; chapels,
gaols, 359; schools, 359, 360;
hospitals, exchange, hotel, theatre,
360; New-walk, King Richard's
bedstead, 361; stocking manufac-
ture, origin, and extent of 362-
364; Dr. Farmer, a native, 364.
LEICESTERSHIRE, general de-
scription,

sembly room, theatre, 655; Dr.
Willis, a native, 655, 656.

Lincoin cathedral, its situation and

beauty, 627; history and sncces-
sive improvements, 628-630; parts
and dimensions, 630, 631; archi.
tecture, 631-635; western front,
631 ; transept and choir, 632;
nave and central tower, 633; win.
dows, chapels, 634; riches, 635;
monuments, 635-639; cloisters,
chapter-house, 639; library, Ro-
man urn, officers, 640.
-, diocess of, 613, 614.

- -, bishops of, chronological
account of, 615-627.

LINCOLNSHIRE, general descrip-

seription, history, topography, and
local beauties of 313 to 522; situ-
ation, boundaries, 313; Roman

roads and stations, 313-316; auci-

ent lordships, townships, and cas-
tles, with their founders, 317; ab-
bies, priories, nunneries, with their
respective founders, 318; hun-
dreds, ecclesiastical divisions, 319;
population, 320: rivers, 321, 322;
canals, 322, 323; soil and natural
characteristics, 323, 324; sheep
and cattle, high prices of, 325;
manufactures and produce, 326;
Stilton cheese, process of making,
327; Charnwood forest and hills,
328, 329; extent of the county,
520.
Leeds and Liverpool canal, descrip-
, tion of 33.
Leigh, town, Lan. vicarage, dairies,
240; manufactories, 241.
Leven Sands, description of 76, 77.
Lever, Sir Ashton, anecdotes of, 286.
Leverian Museum, commencement,
exhibition, and disposal of, 286.
Leyland, hundred, Lan. 172-178.
— township, Lan. population,
church, 178.
LINCOLN, city, situation, suburbs,
etymology, 593; description of a
Roman station, 594; Roman roads,
and stations connected with it,
595, n.; Roman antiquities, 596-
602; historical account of theoy,
602-613; diocess, 613, 614; bish-
ops, 615-627; cathedral, 627-
641; its situation and beauty, 627;
history, 628-630; dimensions, 630,
631 ; architecture, 631-635; mo-
numents, 635-639; cloisters, chap-
ter house, 639; library, officers,
640. Churches; St. Bennet's, 642;
St. Mary de Wigford, St. Peter's
at Gowts, 643, 644; St. Martin's,
644; parishes, population, trade,
644; privileges, representation,
645; corporation, 645, 646; cas-
tle, 647, 648; mint wall, 648;
Chequer gate, ib.; Lucy tower,
St. Giles's hole, Priory, 649; Grey
Friars, Deanry, vicar's college,
650; bishop's palace, 651 ; John
of Gaunt's palace, Jew's house,
652; Stonebow gateway, High
bridge, market-house, grammar
schools, Blue-coat school, 653;
county hospital, house of industry,
county gaol, 654; city gaol, as-

tion, history, topography, and lo-
cal beauties of, 523 to 808; an-
cient inhabitants and limits, 524;
Roman roads and stations, 524,
525; Car-dyke, Roman canal,
526; Anglo-Saxon history, 527,532;
Danish incursions and barbari-
ties, 529-531; improvements un-
der Alfred, 531; lords and manors,
532; encampments and castles,
533; diocess and see, 533, 534,
613-627 ; arehdeaconries, deane-
ries, and parishes, 535; monaste-
ries and hospitals, 536-538; eccle-
siastical architecture, 539-542;
seats, 542-545; geographical fea-
tures, natural characteristics, and
agricultural practices, 545-556;
horses, meat cattle, 549; sheep,
550; rabbits, 551, 552; geese.
553; fems, rivers, draining, &c,
556-588; political character, 588;
wapentakes, hundreds, population,
589,590; maintenance of the poor,
591.

Lindley-hall, seat, Lei. 482; William

and Robert Burton, natives, 482-
484.

LINDSEY, a division of Lincoln-
shire, 592-724.

Lilly, William, anecdotes of, 402-404.

Liverpool, town, Lam, rapid ad-
vance of, 179, 180; observations
on etymology, 180; ancient his-
tory, 181, 183; charters, 182, 184;
acts of parliament, 185, 186; cor-
porate government, 187; causes
of the present prosperity of the
town, 188; docks, 189; dimen-
sions, 190; comparison with those
of London, ib.; officers, regula.
tions, &c. 190-192; dock duties,
3G 4 progressive

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progressive increase of 192; cur-
rent expenditure, 193; table of
the quantity and qualities of mer.
chandize imported, 194; list of
ships entered inwards and cleared
outwards, 195; commerce of Bris-
tot and Liverpool compared, and
the peculiar local advantages of
each port, 196: observation on
the slave trade, 197, 198; table of
the progressive increase of the
slave trade in the last century,
199; public structures, 199-208;
Liverpool exchange, 200; town-
hall, 201; corn-exchange, custom-
house, 402; churches—St. Nicho-
las, St. Peter, 202; St. George,
St. Thomas, 203; St. Paul, St.
Ann, St. John, Trinity, 204;
Christ, St. Mark, Welsh and
Scotsh, 205; Blue-coat hospital,
, infirmary, 206; poor-house, la-
dies charity, theatre, 206; Athe-
naeum, Lyceum, news-rooms, mu-
sic-hall, assembly-rooms, botanic-
garden, 207, 208; boundaries and
extent of borough, streets, build-
ings, 208; population, 209; in-
come and debts of the corporation,
parliamentary representation, 210;
military history, ib.; town besieg-
ed in civil war, 211; situation of
Liverpool, extent and boundaries
of the town and suburbs, 212;
eminent natives, ib.

Lockington Hall, seat, Lei. 405.
Lodington, village, Lei. 416.
Lodington Hall, seat, ditto, 416;
wells, Roman remains, 417. -
Lonsdale, hundred, Lan. 51-
105.
Lose-Coat Field, battle of, 611.
Lostock Hall, ancient seat, Lan.
298.
Lough Borough, large town, Lei.
371; court-chamber, manufactures,
canal,372; peculiar disease, schools,
church, chapels, 373; Dr. Richard
Pultency, a native, 520, 521.
Louth, town, Lin, situation, scenery,
695; religious houses, free-schools,
696; churches, St. James's, archi-
tecture, date of building, costs,
dimensions, 690-698; vicarage-
house, hermitage, St. Mary's
church, 698; meetings, charters,
town-hall, assembly-room, theatre,
manufactories, 699; canal, remark-
able springs, 709.
* **

Louth Park Abbey, its foundation,
&c. 701.
Louth Eske wapentake, Lin. 695-
703.
Lovedou wapentake, Lin. 761-763.
Loyne, or Lune, river, Lan. 20.
Lubbenham, village, encampment,
448, 449.
Ludborough wapentake, Lim. 692.
Ludford, village, Lin. 703.
LUTTERworth, town, Lei. peculiar
ancient vassalage, 466; cotton-
manufacture,467; hospital, church,
John Wickliffe, 468.

M
Makerel, Dr. or Captain Cobler,
anecdots of, 657,695. r

Malkin Tower, Lan. 134.
MANchester, town, Lan. proofs of:
a Roman station at, 251 ; view of
the present state of the town, ib.;.
ancient history, and antiquities,
252; inscriptions, and observation
on, 253, 25.4; Roman roads, ib.:
Roman summer camp, described.
by Mr. Whitaker, 254.256; histo-
ry of the town under the Saxous
and Normans, charters, 256; suc--
cessive barons, 256, 257; college
founded, its establishment and en-
dowments, 257, 258; wardens who
obtained the episcopal honour,
259, n.; Bishop Oldham's gram-
mar-school, itsendowment, &c.260;
college buildings, 260; books, 261;
Humphrey Chetham, school found-
ed by him, 261-263, n. ; collegiate
church described, its monuments
and ornaments, 262-264; military
history of the town, pestilences,
acts of parliament for building
churches, and for other improve-
ments, 265,266; public buildings:
infirmary, dispensary, lunatic hos-
pital, asylum, poor-house, sunday-
schools, 266; public baths, lying-
in hospital, house of recovery,
strangers' friend society, borough-
reeve's charity, 267; literary and
philosophical society, philological
society, circulating libraries, por-
tico, 268; agricultural society, re-
pository, theatre, assembly-rooms,
269; concert-rooms, new bailey
prison, barracks, 270; civil go-
vernment, sessions, courts, 270,
271; manufactures, 272,273; rise
and

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