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  1. Aldborough is a village in the civil parish of Boroughbridge in the Borough of Harrogate in North Yorkshire, England.
  2. Aldborough is a village and civil parish in the English county of Norfolk. It is situated about eight miles south of Cromer.

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Google previewHunt's Yachting Magazine (1858)

Aldborough is a pleasant looking place, and a ...

Google previewA New and Accurate Description of All the Direct and Principal Cross Roads in England and Wales, and Part of the Roads of Scotland ... (1811)

The Whole Greatly Augmented and Improved by the Assistance of Francis Freeling ... by Daniel Paterson

Aldborough is a Borough and Sea-port, pleasantly situated in a valley, between a hill and the sea. The river Alde runs on the S. W.; and the harbour, thoughsmall, is tolerably good. The , town, which was once much larger than it is now, ...

Google previewThe New Yorkshire Gazetteer, Or Topographical Dictionary (1828)

by Stephen Reynolds Clarke

Aldborough is a flourishing village, situated near the German Ocean. In the church is a stone with a Saxon inscription, commemorating its erection. The present building is, however, of much later date than the Saxon era.

Google previewThe Representative History of Great Britain and Ireland (1816)

Being a History of the House of Commons, and of the Counties, Cities, and Boroughs of the United Kingdom, from the Earliest Period : in Six Volumes. History of the Counties, cities, and boroughs ; v. 2 by Thomas H. B. Oldfield

Aldborough is a borough and market town in the hundred of Plomsgate, Suffolk, 3 miles from Orford, and 94 from London ; contains 201 houses, and 804 inhabitants. It is pleasantly situated in the valley of Slaughton. The sea washes the east ...

Google previewExcursion Programmes: 1896-1908 (1896)

by Yorkshire Archaeological Society

Aldborough is a village 16 miles north-west of York, situated on low ground near the west (right) bank of the River Ure. Here stood the Romano-British country town, Isurium Brigantum, enclosing within its walls a roughly rectangular area of ...

Google previewA topographical and historical description of the county of Suffolk (1839)

by John Kirby

Aldborough is a town corporate, governed by two bailiffs, twelve capital burgesses, and 34 inferior offices ; but it did not send members to* parliament before \3 ...

Google previewSome Aspects of English Life as Seen in the Works of George Crabbe and Alfred Lord Tennyson (1897)

by Edna Chynoweth

Aldborough is a little seaport town in Suffolk, now a resort but then containing only a few houses. It lies between a low hill or cliff and the beach of the German Ocean. Crabbe has described it accurately in tiie opening lines of the Village.

Google previewConcise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology (2008)

by Timothy Darvill

Aldborough, North Yorkshire, England [Si] Roman and later settlement beside the River Ouse in the Vale of York known mainly through antiquarian excavations. Extensive Flavian occupation suggests a fort of the Roman IXth Legion and a ...

Google previewA Topographical Dictionary of England (1831)

Comprising the Several Counties, Cities, Boroughs, Corporate & Market Towns ...& the Islands of Guernsey, Jersey, and Man, with Historical and Statistical Descriptions; Illustrated by Maps of the Different Counties & Islands; ... and a Plan of London and Its Environs .... Atlas by Samuel Lewis

Aldborough first exercised the elective franchise in the 13th of Elizabeth, since which time it has returned two members to parliament. The right of election is vested in the bailiffs and burgesses resident within the borough, and not receiving ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia metropolitana, or, Universal dictionary of knowledge (1845)

comprising the twofold advantage of a philosophical and an alphabetical arrangement, with appropriate engravings by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

ALDBOROUGH, or Aldburg (the Isurium Bri- gantium of ...

Google previewA geographical dictionary of England and Wales (1832)

containing the names, in alphabetical order... by William Cobbett

Berks Aldborough, Norfolk Aldhorough, York Aldbourne, or Auborne, Wilts Aldbrongh, York Aldbrough, ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh gazetteer, or geographical dictionary: containing a description of the various countries, kingdoms, states, cities, towns, mountains, &c. of the world (1827)

an account of the government, customs, and religion of the inhabitants; the boundaries and natural productions of each country, &c. &c. Forming a complete body of geography, physical, political, statistical, and commercial in six volumes. With addenda: containg the present state of the new governments in South America, the Burmese empire, a summary of the recent voyages and travels in the East, North America, and in Africa, with the last population returns of 1821

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