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  1. Aylsham is a historic market town civil parish on the River Bure in north Norfolk, England, about 15 km north of Norwich. The river rises near Melton Constable, 18 kilometres upstream from Aylsham and continues to Great Yarmouth and the North Sea, although it was only made navigable after 1779, allowing grain, coal and timber to be brought up river.
  2. Aylsham is a village in east-central Saskatchewan, Canada, approximately 65 km northeast of Melfort.
    • also known as Aylsham, Saskatchewan; Aylsham, Canada
    • part of Canada

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Google previewKearsley's Traveller's Entertaining Guide Through Great Britain; Or, A Description of the Great and Principal Cross-roads ... (1801)

Near it is Felbridge, 121 " AYLSHAM is a populous a house of the right honourable o: William Windham, and Cromer- of Lancaster. The inhabitants hall, George Windham, esq. Here are employed in knitting stockings. also are houses of J. Gurney, esq. 122 BLICKLING. W. A. Harboard, and H. Partridge, ...

Google previewA Tour Through the Whole Island of Great Britain (1801)

Divided Into Journeys. Interspersed with Useful Observations; Particularly Calculated for the Use of Those who are Desirous of Travelling Over England & Scotland by Clement Cruttwell

Aylsham is a neat little town, containing about 130 •houses, held Under the duchy of Lancaster. It is situated on the river Bure or Thyrn, which was made navigable from Cottishall to Aylsham-bridge in 1779. •About a mile from the town is a medicinal spring, much frequented in the summer. The market is on Saturday . Cawston, four miles south-west, has a small market on Wednesday. It is held of the duchy of Lancaster -in free foccage ; in token of which a mace, surmounted by a brazen ...

Google previewJ. Kinghorn, of Norwich. A Memoir ... With Introductory chapter, Preface, etc. by S. Wilkin (1855)

Aylsham is a place where Satan's seat has.

Google previewJoseph Kinghorn of Norwich (1855)

A Memoir by Martin Hood Wilkin

Aylsham is a place where Satan's seat.

Google previewA Dictionary of British Place-Names (2011)

by David Mills

Awsworth Axbridge Axford Axminster Axmouth Aycliffe Aylburton Ayle Aylesbeare Aylesbury Aylesby Aylesford Aylesham Aylestone Aylmerton Aylsham Aylton Aymestrey Aynho Ayot St Lawrence Ayr Aysgarth Ayston Aythorpe Roding Ayton Azerley Babbacombe Babcary Babergh Babraham Babworth Babylon Backbarrow Backford Backwell Backworth Baconsthorpe Bacton Bacup Badbury Badby Baddeley.

Google previewEncyclopaedia 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

Aylsham. Aylsham is a Market Town on the South bank of the Bitre, which is navigable for barges. In the reigns of Edward II. and III. it maintained considerable linen manufactories, succeeded afterwards by that of woollen. " Weaving and knitting are now the chief employments of the inhabitants. The Church, consisting of a nave with aisles, a chancel, transept, and square tower surmounted with a small spire, is attributed to the foundation of John of Gaunt. It is a Vicarage in the gift of the ...

Google previewA Topographical Dictionary of Great Britain and Ireland (1833)

Compiled from Local Information, and the Most Recent and Official Authorities by John Gorton

AYLSHAM, co. Norfolk. London ...

Google previewA dictionary, practical, theoretical, and historical, of commerce and commercial navigation. [With] New and enlarged suppl (1840)

by John Ramsay M'Culloch

Dudley and West Bromwich Norwich, Aylsham, East Dereham, Fakenham, Foulsham, Kenning. hall, North Walsham, Thetford, Great Yarmouth, Beccles, Bungay, Halesworth, Harleston, Lowestoft, Wrentham, Ipswich, Eye, Saxmundham, Stowmar. ket, Woodhridge. Swaffham, Watton, Bury St. Edmund's, Ix- worth, Mildenhall, Lynn, and Downham. Swansea and Neath Gloucester, Cheltenham, Stroud, Tewkeshury, Newnham, and Evesham. Halifax Halifax Halifax and Huddersfield ...

Google previewA Topographical Dictionary of the United Kingdom (1808)

by Benjamin Pitts Capper

Oxsead, a parish in the hundred of South Erpingham, Norfolk, near Aylsham, and 117 miles from London ; containing only 5 houses and 54 inhabitants. Oxnfv, a river island in Kent, between Tenterden and Rye, formed by the divided streams of the Rather, being about 7 miles long and three broad, containing three parishes, viz. Wittrisham, Stone, and Small- hithe.

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