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(20.) Divisions

New Woodstock.—The old borough of New Woodstock; the several and Polling parishes of Bladon, Begbrook, Shipton-on-Cherwell, Hampton Gay, Places.

Tackley, Wootton, Stonestield, Coombe, and Handborough; the parish of Kidlington, except the respective hamlets of Gosford and Water Eaton; the hamlet of old Woodstock and Bleuheim park.

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Northern Division. Shrewsbury. From the point at which the river Severn is joined by a stream or watercourse which flows by the Dog kennel, and under Bow bridge, aloug the said stream or watercourse to the point at which the same reaches the road leading from Old Heath into the Chester road; thence along the said road from Old Heath to the point at which the same joins the Chester road; thence along the Chester road to the point at which the same is met by a watercourse which runs round the Corporation gardens and Round hill, and joins the river Severn near the house called “The Flash;” thence along the last-mentioned watercourse to the point at which the same reaches the old Baschurch road; thence along the old Baschurch road to the point at which the same is met by a footpath leading along the wall of Flash House towards the river Severn; thence along the said footpath to the point at which the same meets again the last-mentioned watercourse; thence along the last-mentioned watercourse to the point at which the same joins the river Severn; thence along the river Severn to the point at which the same is met by the common boundary of the respective parishes of St. Chad and St. Julian; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the parish of St. Chad to the point at which the same reaches a lane or road which leads from the Montgomery road into lands belonging to Mrs. Cartwright; thence along such lane or road to the point at which the same joins the Montgomery road; thence in a straight line to the point at which the stream from the Conduit Head joins the Radbrook stream ; thence along the Radbrook stream to the point at which the same reaches Kingsland lane ; thence along Kingsland lane to the point at which the same joins the Bishops Castle road ; thence along the Bishop's Castle road to ile point at which the same is met by the boundary of the parish of St. Julian; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the parish of St. Julian to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the parish of Holy Cross; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the parish of Holy Cross to the point forst described.

Southern Division. Bridgenorth.- The old borough of Bridgenorth, and the several parishes of Quatford,

Oldbury, Tasley, and Astley Abbotls. Ludlow. From the point on the south of the town at which Dirty brook joins the river Teme, north-eastward, along the boundary of the township of Ludford to that point thereof which is nearest to the south-western corner of the piece of land called Rock Close ; thence in a straight line to the said south-western corner; thence along the western fence of Rock Close to the point at which the same cuts the road to the Sheet; thence towards Ludlow along the road to the Sheet to the point at which the same is joined by a road leading by Gallows bank into Rock lane; thence along the last-mentioned road to the point at which the same reaches Rock lane ; thence along Rock lane to the point at which the same is joined by a road to the Sandpits turnpike ; thence along the said road to the Sandpits turnpike to the point at which the same is met by the eastern fence of the garden of the public house called the Cross Keys; thence in a straight line to the point at which Fishmore brook would be cut by a straight line to be drawn from the point last described to Stanton Lacy House; thence along the Fishmore brook to the point at which the same joins the river Corve; thence up the river Corve to the point at which the same meets the fence which sepa

rates the lands occupied by Mr. William Russell from the lands occupied (20.) Divisions by Mr. Henry Lloyd; thence along the last-mentioned fence to the point and Polling at which the same meets the Shrewsbury road; thence along the fence

Places. which separates the two fields respectively called the Lease piece and Pike field to the point at wbich such fence meets the Burway road; thence, northward, along the Burway road to the point at which the same is met by the fence sbich separates the two fields respectively called “ The Marshes" and “ The Os Pasture;” thence along the last-mentioned fence to the point at which the same meets the river Teme; thence in a straight line to the point at which the fence which divides the lands of the Hon. Robert Heun Cire from lands of the Corporation of Ludlow, in the occupation of Mr. William Smith, meets the Prior Haltou road; thence towards Ludlow along the Prior Halton road to the point at which the same is met by the fence which divides the lands of the Corporation of Ludlow, occupied by the late Mr. Johnnen and Mr. George Anderson, from lands of the said Corporation occupied by the late Mr. Anthony Jones and Mr. Robert Meyried; thence along the last-mentioned fence to the point at which the same meets the Brick House road; thence in a straight line to the eastern corner of Whitecliff coppice; thence, southward, along the north-eastern fence of Whitecliff coppice to the point at which the saine meets the boundary of the township of Ludford; thence, southward, along the boundary of the township of Ludford to the point first described.

Wenlock — The old borough of Wenlock.

30.-COUNTY OF SOMERSET.

Eastern Division. Bath. The old city of Bath, the respective parishes of Bathwick and Lyncomb and Wycomb, and also that part of the parish of Walcot which lies withont the old city of Bath, and adjoins the boundary of the old city of Bath

Pristol.–From the point on the north-east of the city at which the Eastern boundary of the out-parish of St. Paul meets the north-western boundary of the out-parish of St. Philip and Jacob, eastward, along the boandary of the parish of St. Philip and Jacob to that point thereof which is nearest to the point at which the Wells road leaves the Bath road; thence in a straight line to the said point at which the Wells road leaves the Bath road; thence along the Wells road to the Knowle turnpike gate; thence along the road wbich leads from the Knowle turnpike gate to Bedminster cburch to the point at which the same is crossed by Bedminster brook ; thence along Bedminster brook to the point at which the same CTOSSES the road from Locks Mill to Bedminster; thence along the lastmentioned road, passing the southern extremity of the village of Bedmidster, to the point at which the same meets the brook at Marsh Pit; thence along the last-mentioned brook to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the parish of Clifton; thence, north ward, along the boundary of the parish of Clifton to the boundary stone marked (C P) and (W P 12), marking the north-eastern angle of the boundary of the parish of Clifton, and situate on Durdham Down, east of the Shirehampton road; thence in a straight line to the southernmost point at which the boundary of the tithing of Stoke Bishop meets Parry's lane; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the tithing of Stoke Bishop to the point at which the same joins the boundary of the out-parish of St. Paul; thence, northward, along the boundary of the out-parish of St. Paul to the point first described.

Frome.From Cottle's Oak turnpike gate, along Barton lane, to the point at which the same meets Green lane; thence along Green lane to the point at which the same meets the lane to Hellicar's grave; thence along the lane to Hellicar's grave to the southern extremity thereof; thence in a

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(20.) Divisions straight line through Plaguy House into Grove lane; thence in a straight and Pelling line to the point at which the road from Tytherington is met by the lane to Places. Adderwell at a place called the Mount; thence along the lane to Adderwell

to the eastern extremity thereof near Bellows Hole; thence in a straight line to the point at which Frome river would be cut by a straight line to he drawn from the point last described to the house called “ Mrs. Whites," or

Southfield farm house ; " thence, north ward, along Frome river to the point at which the same is joined by Rodden lake streamlet; thence along Rodden lake streamlet to Rodden bridge at the end of Rodden lane; thence along Rodden lane to the point called Clink crossways; thence in a straight line to the twelfth mile stone on the Batb road; thence in a straight line to the north-eastern corner of Mr Shepherd's garden wall; thence in a straight line, through the house of Thomas Ball and Mrs. Slade, to Frome river; thence along Frome river to the northernmost part of the buildings of the dye house, late the property of Samuel Button; thence in a straight line to the centre of Kissing Batch pound; thence in a straight line to Cottle's Oak turnpike gate.

Wells. From the point on the north-east of the city at which the old city boundary meets Back lane, along Back lane to the point at which the same joins the Bath road; thence in a straight line across the Bath road to the northern extremity of Drang lane ; thence along Drang lane, and along the footpath across Drang meadow, to the point at which such footpath joins the road which leads to the turnpike on the Shepton Mallett road; thence, westward, along the road so joined to the next city boundary stone; thence, south ward, along the old city boundary to the point first described.

Western Division. Bridgewater.–From the easternmost point at which the boundary of Three Elm field meets the river Parret, westward, along the boundary of Three Elm field to the point at which the same meets Reed Moor Pill; thence, westward, along Reed Moor Pill to the point at which the same reaches the southern boundary of the two fields respectively called the Pasture Ground; thence in a straight line to the point at which the boundary of the parish of Wembdon would be cut by a straight line to be drawn from the point last described to the spire of Bridgewater church ; thence, southward, along the boundary of the parish of Wembdon to the point at which the same meets the Cannington road; thence, westward, along the Cannington road to the point at which the same is met by the boundary of the field called Six Acres; thence, westward, along the boundary of the field called Six Acres to the point at which the same meets, near the Horse and Jockey inn, the road from West street; thence, westward, along the said road from West street to the point at which the same is met by the western boundary of Matthew's field; thence along the western boundary of Matthew's field to the point at which the same meets the Town Mill leat; thence along the Town Mill leat to the point at which the same reaches the south-eastern corner of Matthew's field; thence in a straight line to the point at which Hamp brook meets Hamp lane ; thence along Hamp lane to the point at which the same joins West road; thence along West road to the point at which the same is joined by Row's lane; thence along Row's lane to the point at which the same meets the fence which incloses the grounds of the house called “ Hamp,” belonging to John Chapman, Esq.; thence, southward, along the last-mentioned fence to the point at which the same meets a stream at Barland lane bridge; thence along the said stream to the point at which the same falls into the river Parret at Barland Clize; thence, westward, along the river Parret to the point at which the same is joined by the boundary of the northernmost of ihe two contiguous fields respectively called Five Acres; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the last-mentioned field to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the field called Four Acres; thence, northward, along the boundary of the field called Four Acres to the point at which the same meets the boundary of a field called Five Acres; thence, eastward, (20.) Divisions along the boundary of the last-mentioned field called Five Acres to the and Polling point at which the same meets the Weston Zoyland road; thence, east- Places. vard, along the Weston Zoyland road to the point at which the same is met by an occupation road leading towards the north; thence along the said occupation road to the northern extremity thereof; thence along the fence which is the western boundary of the fields respectively called Ten Acres, Seven Acres, and Five Acres, formerly belonging to Alexander Pophan, Esq., to the point at which such fence meets the fence of a field called The Hundred Acres; thence in a straight line to the southern extremity, close by a penfold, of the fence which divides the two fields respectively called * Part of the Hundred Acres;" thence, eastward, along the boundary of the easternmost of the two last-mentioned fields to the point at which such boundary meets the Bath road ; thence, north ward, along the boundary of the field called Small Croft to the point at which the same Deets the Bristol road; thence, westward, along the boundary of Great Castle field to the point at which the same meets the river Parret; thence along the river Parret to the point first described.

Tounton.– From the point on the north-west of the town at which Mill Lease stream crosses Greenway lane, along Greenway lane to the point at sbich the same joins the Kingston road; thence along the Kingston road to the point at which the same is joined by the Cheddon road; thence along the Cheddon road to the point at which the same is joined by Priors Wood lane; thence along Priors Wood lane to the point at which the same is met by the Obridge stream; thence along the Obridge stream to the point at which the same falls into the river Tone; thence, southward, along the river Tone to the point at which the same is met by Mill lane; thence along Mill lane to the point at which the same joins the Bridgewater road; tbence along the Bridgewater road to the point at which the same is joined by Bath Pool lane; thence in a straight line to Stream Plat bridge; thence along the stream over which Stream Plat bridge is built, through Holway bridge, to the point at which the same stream meets the boundary of the parish of Wilton at Cuckoo comer; thence, westward, along the boundary of the parish of Wilton to the point at which the same meets Sherford stream; thence along Sherford stream to the point at which the same meets Sherford lane; thence along Sherford lane to the point at which the same joins the Honiton road; thence along the Honiton road to the point at skich the same is joined by Hoverland lane; thence along Hoverland lane to the point at which the same meets Ganton stream; thence along Ganton stream to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the parish of Wilton; thence, northward, along the boundary of the parish of Wilton to the point at which the same meets the Bishops Hull road; thence, northward, along the Bishops Hull road to the point at which the same is joined by Long Run lane; thence in a straight line to the turnpike house on the Staplegrove road; thence along the Staplegrove road to the point at which the same is crossed by Mill Lease stream ; thence along Mill Lease stream to the point first described.

31.-COUNTY OF STAFFORD,

Northern Division. Necastle-under-Lyme. — The old borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme, and the portion of the parish of Stoke-upon-Trent which is surrounded partly by the boundary of the old borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme and partly by the boundary of the township of Knutton.

Siafford.— From the point at which the boundary of the old borough is ent by a straight line drawn from the windmill near the bridge on the Doxey read to the stile at the southern end of the footpath from the Newport road into the Penkridge road, along the said straight line to the point at which

(20.) Divisions the same meets the Penkridge road; thence, southward, along the Penkand Polling ridge road to the point at which a stream of water running along the Places.

eastern side of that road turns eastward therefrom; thence along the said stream to the point at which the same meets Spittal brook; thence along Spittal brook to the point at which the same meets the river Sow; thence along the river Sow to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the old borough; thence, northward, along the boundary of the old borough to the point first described.

Stoke-upon-Trent.—The several townships of Penkhull with Boothen,
Tunstall, Burslem, Hanley, Shetlon, Fenton Vivian, Lane End, Fenton
Culvert, and Longton, the vill of Rushtou Grange, and the hamlet of
Sneyd.

Southern Division.
Lichfield.—The county of the city of Lichfield, and the place called The
Close, which is encompassed by the said county.

Tumworth.—The parish of Tamworth.

Walsall.—The parish of Walsall, except that detached part thereof which is surrounded by the respective parishes of Aldridge and Rushall, and the chapelry of Pelshall.

Wolverhampton.—The several townships of Wolverhampton, Bilston, Willenhall, and Wednesfield, and the parish of Sedgeley.

32.--COUNTY OF SUFFOLK.

Eastern Division.

Ipswich.---The old borough of Ipswich.

Western Division.

Bury St. Edmunds. The old borough of Bury St. Edmunds.

Eye. The several parishes of Eye, Hoxne, Denham, Redlingfield, Occold, Thorndon, Braisworth, Yaxley, Thrandiston, Broome, and Oakley,

Sudbury.The old borough of Sudbury, and the township or hamlet of Ballingdon cum Brunden ; together with all or any extra-parochial place or place surrounded by the boundaries either of the old borough of Sudbury or of the township or hamlet of Ballingdon cum Brunden.

33.-COUNTY OF SURREY.

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Eastern Division. Lambeth. The parish of St. Mary Newington, the parish of St. Gile Camberwell, except the manor and hamlet of Dulwich, and also such of the parish of Lambeth as is situate to the north of the line hereinafte described, including the extra-parochial space encompassed by such part:

From the point at which the road from London to Dulwich by Red Po hill leaves the road from London over Herne hill in a straighi line to s Matthew's church at Brixton; thence in a straight line to a point in th boundary between the respective parishes of Lambeth and Clapham, o hundred and fifty yards south of the middle of the carriage way along Ac lane.

Reigate.-The parish of Reigate.

Southwark.—The old borough of Southwark, including the Mint an manor of Suffolk; the several parishes of Rotherhithe, Bermondsey, ar Christ Church ; and the Clink liberty of the parish of St. Saviour.

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