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Yeovil is a town and civil parish in south Somerset, England with a population of 40,000 The town lies within the local district of South Somerset and the Yeovil parliamentary constituency, situated at the southern boundary of Somerset, 130 miles from London, 40 miles south of Bristol and 30 miles from Taunton.

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Google previewHandbook for Travellers in Wiltshire, Dorsetshire, and Somersetshire (1882)

Yeovil is a centre of railway communication. The main line of the S.-W. Rly. from London to Exeter passes near it, as does the Weymouth branch of the G.W. Rly ., by Maiden Newton and Dorchester. There is also a branch joining the Bristol and ...

Google previewThe Official Guide to the Great Western Railway (1893)

Yeovil is an old-fashioned town in the centre of an agricultural district. The principal manufacture is that of gloves, in which upwards of two thousand men are engaged. The Town Hall is in the High Street. The oldest church is that of St. John's, ...

Google previewThe Sessional Papers Printed by Order of the Hose of Lords, or Presented by Royal Command, in the Session 1845 (8 & 9 Victoriae,) Arranged in Volumes. (1845)

The Bristol and Exeter Company's Branch from Durston to Yeovil is an integral Part of this comprehensive Scheme of Communication, and affords a Connexion between the Bristol Channel, Devonshire, and Cornwall, and the South Coast, ...

Google previewSelected Poems (1998)

by Thomas Hardy

Yeovil is a litde village in Blackmoor Vale, about ten miles north.

Google previewTopography of Great Britain: Or, British Traveller's Directory: Cornwall (1802)

by George Alexander Cooke

Yeovil is a large and populous town, on the great western road from London to Exeter. It is governed by a portreeve and 1 1 burgesses, out of whom the portreeve, who is a magistrate for the time being, is annually chosen. The market- day is ...

Google previewThe Town and Country Magazine, Or, Universal Repository of Knowledge, Instruction, and Entertainment (1773)

Yeovil is a large town, containing above two thousand inhabitants, governed by a portreve and twelve burgesses. Here is a manufaciure of cloth and gloves, and one of the greatest markets in the county for corn, cheese, hemp, flax, linen, and ...

Google previewThe Gentleman's Magazine (1856)

Yeovil is a busy town, tit lated in a pretty country. Its chief manufacture appears to be that of kid-gloves, which is so extensively carried on, that £70,000 per annum are said to be annually paid to the workmen. On Thursday the members of the ...

Google previewThe Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ... (1852)

by Edward Cave, John Nichols

Yeovil is a grand cross church with a western tower, and exhibits, in its general effect, some points of resemblance to the two great Bristol churches. Of the earliest Somersetshire churches, Stoke Hambdon is an admirable specimen ; it is an ...

Google previewSystem of Universal Geography (1842)

Founded on the Works of Malte-Brun and Balbi : Embracing a Historical Sketch of the Progress of Geographical Discovery ... by James Laurie

Yeovil is a large market town, with more than twenty streets and lanes. Bridgewater, situate on both sides of the Parret, about 14 miles from its mouth, carries on a considerable coasting and foreign trade. Frome, or Frome-Selwood, in the east ...

Google previewSystem of Universal Geography, Founded on the Works of Malte-Burn and Balbi (1842)

Embracing a Historical Sketch of the Progress of Geographical Discovery, the Principles of Mathematical and Physical Geography, and a Complete Description from the Most Recent Sources, of the Political and Social Condition of the World ... by Conrad Malte-Brun, Adriano Balbi

Yeovil is a large market town, with more than twenty streets and lanes. Bridgewater, situate on both sides of the Parret, about 14 miles from its mouth, carries on a considerable coasting and foreign trade. Frome, or Frome-Selwood, in the east ...

Google previewHerapath's Railway Journal (1845)

The Bristol and Exeter Company's Branch from Durston to Yeovil is an integral part of this comprehensive scheme of communication, and affords a connection between the Bristol Channel, Devonshire and Cornwall, and the South coast, and ...

Google previewThe Railway Chronicle (1845)

Joint-stock Companies Journal. Register of Traffic, Shares, Engineering Improvements and All Matters Connected with Railways ...

The Bristol and Exeter Company's branch from Durston to Yeovil Is an integral part of this comprehensive scheme of communication, and affords a connexion between the Bristol Channel, Devonshire and Cornwall, and the south Toast, and ...

Google previewEncyclopædia Metropolitana; Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge ... (1845)

Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose

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Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana (1845)

Or Universal Dictionary of Knowledge ... Comprising the Twofoldadvantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose

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Google previewSells' Dictionary of the World's Press (1886)

Western Gazette (Yeovil). Woodbridge Reporter. Wakefield Herald. Western Gazette (Salisbury). Woodford Times.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

(lO YEOVIL, or Ivel, a corporate town in Somersetshire, with a market on Friday, for earn, hemp, cheese, flax, and provisions; and manufactures of cloth and gloves.

Google previewWinston's Cumulative loose-leaf Encyclopedia: A comprehensive reference book (1921)

Yeovil. Ocean, on the northeast coast of China ; length, about 620 miles ; greatest breadth, about 400 miles. It is very shallow, and obtains its name from the lemon- yellow color of its water near the land, caused by mud suspended in the water ...

Google previewThe London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis].

by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)

Silk-inills are found at Bruton and Taunton, and gloves are extensively made at Yeovil. Near Wells are establishments for making fine paper ; and in the vicinity of Bristol are some excellent glass-hnuses. The commerce of Somersetshire ...

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