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William White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk 1845

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HISTORY,
GAZETTEER, AND DIRECTORY
OF
NORFOLK,
AND THE
CITY AND COUNTY OF THE CITY OF NORWICH;
Comprising, under a lucid Arrangement of Subjects,
A General Survey of the County of Norfolk,
AND THE DIOCESE OF NORWICH;
WITH SEPARATE
Historical, Statistical, & Topographical
DESCRIPTIONS OF ALL THE
HUNDREDS, LIBERTIES, UNIONS,
BOROUGHS, TOWNS, PORTS,
PARISHES, VILLAGES, HAMLETS, & MANORS,
SHEWING THEIR EXTENT AND POPULATION;
Their Agriculture, Manufactures, Fisheries, Markets, Fairs, Natural Productions, &c.; their Eminent Men; the Lords of the Manors and Owners of the Soil and Tithes; the Patrons and Incumbents of the Church Livings; the Antiquities, Public Charities, and Institutions; the Civil and Ecclesiastical Jurisdictions; the Names and Addresses of the principal Inhabitants; the
Seats of Nobility and Gentry;
MAGISTRATES & PUBLIC OFFICERS,
And a Variety of other
COMMERCIAL, AGRICULTURAL, & STATISTICAL INFORMATION.
In One Volume, with a Map of the County.
_____

Second Edition.
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BY WILLIAM WHITE,
AUTHOR OF SIMILIAR WORKS FOR MANY OTHER COUNTIES.
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PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR,
BY ROBT. LEADER, INDEPENDENT OFFICE, SHEFFIELD;
And Sold by W. WHITE, 200, Brook Hill, Sheffield;
BY HIS AGENTS, AND THE BOOKSELLERS.
Price to Subscribers, 13s. 6d. in Calf Binding, or 12s. in Boards.
1845.


The title page is followed by the following sections. They are gradually being transcribed and put online - see the links. Note that the places are linked from Index of Places, whereas in the book they are located within their separate hundreds. This is simply to avoid adding about 750 links to this page.


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November 2006