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Amersham is a market town and civil parish within Chiltern district in Buckinghamshire, England, 27 miles north west of London, in the Chiltern Hills. It is part of the London commuter belt. Amersham is also 15 miles from Aylesbury and 8 miles from High Wycombe.


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Google previewThe Home Counties Magazine (1906)

by William John Hardy, William Paley Baildon

Giles to Amersham is a distance of some three miles, the road still keeping level with the stream. Amersham is a curious little town, once sending members to Parliament, among whose ranks are numbered the names of ...

Google previewA New Display of the Beauties of England (1776)

Or A Description of the Most Elegant Or Magnificent Public Edifices, Royal Palaces, Noblemen's and Gentlemen's Seats, and Other Curiosities, Natural Or Artificial ...

AMERSHAM is an antient borough town, situated in a valley between two woody hills, near the river Coln. It consists of two streets, a long one and a short one, which cross each other at right angles in the middle. In the area where these # reets ...

Google previewPaterson's Roads ... The sixteenth edition ... Remodelled, augmented, and improved ... By Edward Mogg (1822)

AMERSHAM is an ancient town, situated in a vale between rich wooded hills : it consists chiefly of two streets, which cross each other, and at the point of intersection stands the church, a very handsome edifice, with a tower at its west end; ...

Google previewA new and accurate description of all the direct and principal cross roads in Great Britain (1822)

by Daniel Paterson

AMERSHAM is an ancient °g8 to Oxford, by High Wy- >rake, and by that means conveyed the estate to the family, who have ever since been the combe, 36 m. town, situated in a vale between rich woody hills : it consists chiefly of 2 streets, ...

Google previewThe Chronicle of the Kings of England, from William the Norman to the Death of George III. (1821)

Written After the Manner of the Jewish Historians: with Notes Explanatory and Illustrative by [Nathan ben Saddi] (pseud.), Robert Dodsley, Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield

Amersham is a borough and market town, containing three hundred and ninety- seven houses, and two' thousand one hundred and thirty inhabib ants. This borough, which Includes in its limits no more than half of the place which bears the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Basic Epilepsy Research (2009)

1% IGGS gelatin (Amersham Life Science) and 5% ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Chromatography (2005)

by Jack Cazes

Amersham Pharmacia Biotech has developed a wide range of ready-to-use affinity gels with specific protein ligands coupled to the matrix. In specified bulletins, Amersham Pharmacia Biotech details the preparation procedures of these affinity ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica (2016)

11th Edition by Various Authors

Central joint line serves Amersham, Chesham (by a branch), and Aylesbury, joining the NorthWestern Oxford branch at Verney Junction; this line is used by the Great Central railway, the main line of which continues northwestward from ...

Google previewA topographical dictionary of England (1811)

by Samuel Lewis

COLESHILL, a hamlet, in the union of AHERSHAM, partly in the parish of AMERSHAM, hundred of DACO- ROM, in a detached portion of the county of HERTFORD, and partly in the parish of BEACONSFIELD, hundred of BURNHAM, county of ...

Google previewRadiological Sciences Dictionary: Keywords, names and definitions (2009)

by David Dowsett

A commercial preparation (Amersham/GE Healthcare Inc) of ionic diatrizoatemeglumine and diatrizoate sodium salt. Supplied in 50, 60 and 76% solution concentrations. Compound Viscosity Osmolality Iodine (cP) (mOsm/ kg) ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh encyclopaedia (1830)

Buckingham and Aylesbury, the county towns, Amersham, Beaconsfield, Ches- ham, Colnebrook, Ivinghoe, Newport Pagnell, Olney, Risborough, Stony Stratford , Wendover, Wycombe, Winslow, and Great Marlow. It is divided into eight ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ... (1822)

Accompanied by an Atlas

Buckinghamshire is divided into eight hundreds, containing 200 parishes and 15 market towns; Buckingham, Aylesbusy, Amersham, Beaconsfield, Chesham, Colnebrook, Ivingoe, Great Marlow, Newport-Pagnell, Olney, Risborough, ...

Google previewBarclay's English Dictionary. With which is incorporated a complete modern gazetteer, a beautiful atlas of maps and also a pronouncing dictionary (1815)

by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.)

AMERSHAM, a town in Buckinghamshire, with a market on Tuesdays. It consists of a long street, lying in the road; about the middle is a cross one, and in the intersection the church. The town-hall, or market-house, is a brick building, supported ...

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