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(20.) Divisions the stream which forms the boundary between the respective parishes of and Polling Symondsbury and Allington ; thence along the last-mentioned stream to the Places. point at which the same meets the fence which runs down thereto from the

toll bar at the Exeter road ; thence along the last-mentioned fence to the toll bar on the Exeter road.

Dorchester.- From the second or middle bridge on the Sherborne road, along the northern branch of the river Frome, passing under Grey's bridge, to the point at which such northern branch is met, near Stanton's cloth factory, by the boundary of the parish of Fordington; thence, southward, along the boundary of the parish of Fordington to the point at which the same meets the Wareham road ; thence, westward, along the Wareham road to the turnpike gate ; thence in a straight line to the centre of the barrow called “Two Barrows;” thence in a straight line to the centre of the amphitheatre called Maumbury Ring; thence in a straight line to the centre of the barrow called Lawrence barrow, near the Exeter road; thence in a straight line to the south-western corner of the barrack wall; thence, northward, along the barrack wall and palisade to the point at which such palisade meets the southern branch of the river Frome; thence in a straight line to the second or middle bridge on the Sherborne road.

Lyme Regis.—The respective parishes of Lyme Regis and Charmouth.

Poole.-- T'he county of the town of Poole, the parish of Hamworthy, and the respective tithings of Parkstone and Longfleet.

Shaftesbury. The old borough of Shaftesbury; the several out-parishes of Holy Trinity, St. James, and St. Peter ; the several parishes of Cann, St. Rombald, Motcomb, East Stower, Stower Provost, Todbere, Melbury Abbas, Compton Abbas, Dowhead St. Mary, and St. Margaret's Marsh; and the chapelry of Hartgrove.

Wareham.—The old borough of Wareham ; the parishes of Corfe Castle and Bere Regis; the several out-parishes of Lady St. Mary, Holy Trinity, and St. Martin ; and the chapelry of Arne; that part of the parish of East Stoke which adjoins the eastern boundary of the old borough of Wareham; and also such part of the parish of East Morden as is comprised within the following boundary ; (that is to say,)

From the point at which the boundary of the parish of East Morden meets the southern boundary of Morden park wood, southward, along the boundary of Morden park wood, to the point at which the same meets the Sherford lake; thence, eastward, along the Sherford lake to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the parish of East Morden ; thence, southward, along the boundary of the parish of East Morden to the point first described.

Weymouth and Melcombe Regis.-From the old sluice on the Wareham road in a straight line to the point at which the northern wall of the old barrack field meets the Dorchester road ; thence along the said northern wall, and in a line in the direction thereof, to the point at which such line meets the boundary of the old borough ; thence, northward, along the boundary of the old borough to the point at which the same meets the Upper Wyke road; thence, westward, along the Upper Wyke road to the point at which the same is joined by a cross road leading to the lower Wyke road, otherwise called Buxton's lane; thence along the said cross road to the point at which the same joins the said lower Wyke road; thence along the said lower Wyke road to the point at which the same joins the Sandsfoot Castle road; thence, northward, along the Sandsfoot Castle road to the point at which the same is met by the footpath leading by Lovel's farm to Bincleves ; thence along the said footpath to the point at which the same reaches the edge of the cliff at Bincleves; thence along the sea coast to the old sluice aforesaid.

(20.) Divisions and Pulling Places.

11.-COUNTY OF DURHAM.

Northern Division. Darham.–From Shincliffe bridge over the river Wear, on the Stockton road, along the Stockton road, to the point at which the same is met by a lape leading into the Darlington road; thence along the said lane to the point at which the same joins the Darlington road ; thence along the Darlington road to the point at which the same is met by Potter's lane; thence along Potter's lane to the point at which the same meets Quarry Head lane; thenee along Quarry Head lane to the point at which the same meets Margery lane; thence along Margery lane to the point at which the same meets Flass lane; thence along Flass lane to the point at which the same meets a lane leading into the newly cut turnpike road which forms the commencement of the Newcastle road; thence along the last-mentioned lane to the point at which the same joins the said newly cut road ; thence, northward, along the said newly cut road to the point at which the same joins the old line of the Newcastle road ; thence in a straight line through the northernmost of the two out-buildings attached to Kepier's Hospital to the river Wear; thence along the river Wear to the point at which the same meets Kepier lane; thence along Kepier lane, passing under the old arches of the Hospital, to the point at which the same lane is joined, on the southsest of High Grange farm, by a lane leading into the Loaning Head road; thence along the last-mentioned lane, crossing the Sunderland road, to the point at which the same lane joins the Loaning Head road; thence along ihe Loaning Head road to the point at which the same is met by a beck ranning close to the north of Pellaw wood and to the south of Gilesgate church; thence along the said beck to the point at which the same falls into the river Wear; thence along the river Wear to Shincliffe bridge.

Gateshead. The parish of Gateshead, and also all such part of the chapelry of Heworth in the parish of Jarrow as is situated to the west of a straight line to be drawn from Kirton tollgate house to Blue Quarry mill, and prolonged each

way to the boundary of the parish of Gateshead. South Shields. The respective townships of South Shields and Westoe.

Sunderland. The parish of Sunderland, a nd the several townships of Bishop Wearmouth, Bishop Wearmouth Panns, Monk Wearmouth, Monk Wearmouth Shore, and Southwick.

12.-COUNTY OF ESSEX.

Northern Division.
Colchester.-The old borough of Colchester.
Harwich.-The old borough of Harwich.

Southern Division.
Maldon.-The old borough of Maldon, and the parish of Heybridge.

13.-COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER.

Eastern Division. Cheltenham.-The parish of Cheltenham. Cirencester.-The parish of Cirencester.

Gloucester.-From the old city boundary stone on the western side of the lane called Castle lane, leading from Westgate street to the county gaul,

(20.) Divisions northward, along the old city boundary to the boundary stone, south of the and l'olling London road, which marks the easternmost point of the old city boundary ; Places.

thence in a straight line through the eastern corner of the mill upon the river Twiver, between the old city boundary and the tramroad from the Gloucester and Berkeley caval to Cheltenham, to the said tramroad; thence along the said tramroad to the point at which the same is met by Barton lane ; thence along Barton lane to the point at which the same crosses the Sud brook; thence along the Sud brook to the point at which the same falls into the Gloucester and Berkeley canal ; thence along the Gloucester and Berkeley canal to the point at which the same is met by the old city boundary; thence, westward, along the old city boundary to the point first described.

Stroud. The several parishes of Stroud, Bisley, Painswick, Pitchcomb, Randwick, Stonehouse, Leonard Stanley, Kings Stanley, Rodborough, Minchinhampton, Woodchester, Avening, and Horsley, except that part of the parish of Leonard Stanley which is called Lorridge's farm, and is surrounded by the parish of Berkeley.

Tewkesbury. The parish of Tewkesbury.

14.--COUNTY OP HANTS.

Northern Division. Andover. The respective parishes of Andover and Knights Enham, and the tithing of Foxcot.

Petersfield.-The old borough of Petersfield, and the tithing of Sheet; the several parishes of Buriton, Lyss, and Froxfield; the several tithings of Ramsden, Langrish, and Oxenbour, in the parish of East Meon; and also the parish of Steep, except the respective tithings of North and South Ambersham.

Winchester.- From St. Winnal's church in a straight line to the cottage on the new Alresford road which is north-west of the white house on St. Giles's hill; thence in a straight line to the turnpike gate at Barr End; thence in a straight line to the point at which the Gosport road joins the Southampton road; thence in a straight line to the point at which an angle is made in the northern bank of the lane leading from St. Cross to Compton down, perpendicularly above the deep hollow in the said lane; thence in a straight line to the Cock lane turnpike gate; thence in a straight line 10 the Three Horse Shoes public-house on the Week road; thence'in a straight line to the house on the Andover road which is immediately north-west of the point at which the boundary of the city of Winchester crosses the same road; thence in a straight line to the south-eastern corner of the fir plantatic he western side of the Basingstoke road; thence in a straight line to St. Winnal's church.

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Southern Division. Christchurch.— The parish of Christchurch, and the chapelry of Holdenhurst, except such part of the tithing of Humn in the parish of Christchurch as is situated to the north of the following boundary ; (that is to say,)

From the point at which the western boundary of the parish of Christchurch crosses the road from Dudsbury to Hurn bridge in a straight line to the south-western corner of Merritown common; thence along the southern boundary of Merritown common and of Hurn common to the point at which the southern boundary of Hurn common reaches the Moor's river; thence in a straight line to the southern boundary post of the parish of Christchurch on the Ringwood road, close by Fillybrook plantation.

Lymington.—The parish of Lymington, and also such part of the parish of Boldre as is comprised within the following boundary; (that is to say),

From East-end bridge, on the eastern boundary of the parish of Boldre, in a straight line through Boldre church to the western bank of Lymington

river; thence, south ward, along the western bank of Lymington river to the (20.) Divisions
point at which the same meets the boundary of the parish of Boldre ; and Polling
thence, southward, along the boundary of the parish of Boldre to East-end Places.
bridge aforesaid.

Portsmouth.—The old borough of Portsmouth, and the parish of Portsea.
Southampton.—The town and county of the town of Southampton.

15.-COUNTY OF HEREFORD. Hereford.—The whole space contained within the boundary of the liber. ties of the city of Hereford, including Castle Green.

Leominster. The parish of Leominster.

16.-COUNTY OF VERTFORD. St. Altans. From the turnpike gate on the London road east of Saint Alhans, called Saint Albans gate, in a straight line to the point at which the boundary of the old borough crosses the river at the bottom of the Cotton Mill lane; thence, southward, along the boundary of the old bomugh to the point at which the Western boundary of the parish of St. Allan leaves the river; thence in a straight line, through the south-eastern corner of St. Michael's churchyard, to the Hempstead road; thence, northward, along the Hempstead road to the point at which the same meets the read leading to Gorehambury, formerly the Redbourn road; thence in a straight line to the western extremity of the tongue of land in the river just above Kingsbury fishpond; thence in a straight line to the side bar belonging to Kingsbury turnpike gate, by the side of the new Redbourn road; thence, eastward, in a straight line to the point at which the boundary of the old borough meets Luton lane; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the old borough to the point at which the same crosses Sweetbriar lane; thence in a straight line to St. Albans turnpike gate aforesaid.

Hertford.— From the corporation post at the bottom of Port Hill, along the Bengeo road to the point at which the same is cut by the northern fence of Port Hill field; thence along the northern and western fences of Port Hill field to the point at which such western fence cuts the Mole Wood Mill road; thence in a straight line through Sele Farm bridge to the Stevenage road; thence in a straight line to the point at which the Hertingfordbury road is crossed by the boundary of the out-borough of Hertford; thence, southward, along the boundary of the out-borough of Hertford to the corporation post at the bottom of Port Hill.

17.-COUNTY OF HUNTINGDON. Huntingdon.- The old borough of Huntingdon, and the parish of Godmanchester.

18.-COUNTY OF KENT.

Eastern Division. Canterbury.- From the westernmost point, near St. Jacob's, at which the boundary of the city liberties meets the Ashford road, in a straight line to the point at which the respective boundaries of the parishes of Harbledown, St. Dunstan, and Holy Cross Westgate meet; thence, northward, along the eastern boundary of the parish of Harbledown to the point at which the same turns north-westward near the Whitstable road ; thence in a straight line, in the direction of St. Stephen's church, to the point at which such

(20.) Divisions straight line cuts the boundary of the parish of St. Stephen ; thence, eastand Polling

ward, along the boundary of the parish of St. Stephen to the point at which Places.

the same meets the boundary of the parish of Holy Cross Westgate ; thence in a straight line, through the point at which the road to St. Stephen's church meets the road to Sturry, to the nearest branch of the river Stour; thence along the said branch of the river Stour to the corporation stone, number 5 ; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the city liberties, including the whole of the borough of Longport, to the point first described.

Dover.-From the jetty, along the boundary of the liberties of the town and port of Dover, on the eastern side of the castle, and through the parish of Charlton, to the boundary stone at which the boundary of the said liberties meets the boundary of the parish of Buckland in Back lane; thence along Back lane to the point at which the same meets the road leading down to Crabbe turnpike gate on the London road; thence in a straight line, in a westerly direction, to the point at which the boundary of the parish of Buckland crosses the London road; thence along the boundary of the parish of Buckland to the point at which the same crosses the river; thence in a straight line to the point at which the boundary of the parish of Buckland meets the road leading to Combe farm; thence along the boundary of the parish of Buckland to the point at which the boundary of the parish of Hougham is intersected by the boundary of the liberties aforesaid ; thence along the boundary of the said liberties to the sea coast; thence along the sea coast to the jetty.

Hythe. The old borough of Hythe ; the liberties of the town of Folkstone ; and the several parishes of West Hythe, Saltwood, Cheriton, Folkstone, and Newington, except that detached part of the parish of Newington called Marwood Land.

Sandwich.—The several parishes of St. Mary, St. Peter, and St. Clement; and the extra-parochial precinct of St. Bartholomew, Sandwich; the parish of Deal; and the parish of Walmer.

Western Division.

Chatham.-- From the easternmost point at which the boundary of the city of Rochester meets the right bank of the river Medway, southward, along the boundary of the city of Rochester to the boundary stone of the said city marked 5; thence in a straight line to the windmill in the parish of Chatham on the top of Chatham Hill; thence in a straight line to the oil windmill in the parish of Gillingham, between the village of Gillingham and the fortifications; thence in a straight line through Gillingham fort to the right bank of the river Medway; thence along the right bank of the river Medway to the point first described.

Greenwich.- From the point at which the Royal Arsenal canal at Woolwich joins the river Thames, along the said canal to the southern extremity thereof; thence in a straight line to the south-western corner of the ordnance storekeeper's house; thence in a straight line, in the direction of a stile in the footpath from Woolwich to Plumstead common, over Sand Hill, to the boundary of the parish of Woolwich; thence, southward, along the boundary of the parish of Wool wich to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the parish of Charlton; thence, westward, along the boundary of the parish of Charlton to the point at which the same turns southward near the Dover road; thence along the Dover road to the nearest point of the boundary of the parish of Greenwich; thence, westward, along the boundary of the parish of Greenwich to the point at which the same turns abruptly to the south, close by the Dover road; thence in a straight line, in a westerly direction, to the nearest point of the boundary of the parish of Greenwich; thence, westward, along the boundary of the parish of Greenwich to the point at wbich the same meets the boundary of the parish of St. Paul Deptford; thence, south ward, along the boundary of the parish of St. Paul Deptford to the point at which the same meets the river I'hames thence along the river Thames to the point first described.

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