Paterson's Roads, Being an Accurate Description of All the Cross Roads in England and Wales, with Parts of the Roads of Scotland. the 18th Edition, to Which Are Added Topographical Sketches of the Several Cities, Market Towns the Whole

Paterson's Roads, Being an Accurate Description of All the Cross Roads in England and Wales, with Parts of the Roads of Scotland. the 18th Edition, to Which Are Added Topographical Sketches of the Several Cities, Market Towns the Whole

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1831 edition. Excerpt: ...and Jacob and the twelve patriarchs by Joseph Ribera, otherwise Spagnoletto, deserve particular notice. The attached park, and?rounds include about 800 acres; hat portion nearest the mansion has been very tasteftilly and From Hicks's Hall to Scotch Corner, Yorkshire, page 229 To Darlington 8 m. O" 1EJ to Barnard Castle 13 m. Cross the JRl river Tees, to Pierce Bridge, Durham To Darlington 6 m. to Barnard Castle 10 m. To Durham, through Heighington, 19 m. J 3 m. farther, To Darlington 8 m. West Auckland Sto Barnard Castle 11 m. to Wolsingham 11m to Jedburgh, by IVilton le Wear, 76J m. BISHOP A UCK-LAND 7 m. farther, you join the road from Darlington to Durham. Sunderland Bridge Cross the (r)2 river Wear DURHAM OR, Front Hicks's Hall to Pierce Bridge, Durham, above f to Durham, by Bishop Auckland, 19jm. Heighington Eldon 1 m. farther, lt5 to Bishop Auckland 3 m. Merrington About 2J m. farther, you join the road to Durliam through Bishop Auckland. To Sunderland Bridge 83" Cross the-(c)S river Wear DURHAM The above roadfrom Borough bridge to Durham, which is always in good rejxiir, is pre SCOTCH CORNER, beyond, Middleton Lodge, George Hartley, Esq. PIERCE BRIDGE, 2 m. distant, Walworth Castle, Major Gen. Aylmer. WEST AUCKLAND, 2 m. before, Red worth House, Robert Surtees, Esq.; and near West Auckland, Brusselton Tower, a pleasure-house commanding most delightful views over One surrounding country. BISHOP AUCKLAND, 1 m. beyond, and 1 m. distant, How. lish Hall, J. WaOler, Esq.; 2 m. beyond Bishop Auckland, at Westerton, a cirular Tower, erected as an observatory. SUNDERLAND BRIDGE. Croxdale Hall, W. T Saloin, Esq. The mansion stands in a lofty situation, at a short distance from the river Wear j ishow more

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  • English
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  • 9781236525697