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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, And Instruction Series

By Ingram, Jonathan

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Title: The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, And Instruction Series  
Author: Ingram, Jonathan
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Ingram, J. (n.d.). The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, And Instruction Series. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Excerpt: ST. PANCRAS (OLD) CHURCH. [Illustration: ST. PANCRAS (OLD) CHURCH.] This humble village fane is situated to the north of London, somewhat more than a mile from Holborn Bars. Persons unacquainted with the site, may hitherto have considered it as part and parcel of this vast metropolis: but, lo! here it stands amidst much of its primitive, peaceful rusticity. Pancras is still, by courtesy, called a village, though its charms may be of the rus?in?urbe description. It derives its name from the saint to whom the church is dedicated:[1] it was called St. Pancras when the Survey of Domesday was taken. The parish is of great extent. Mr. Lysons states it at 2,700 acres of land, including the site of buildings. It is bounded on the north by Islington, Hornsey, and Finchley; and on the west by Hampstead and Marybone. On the south it meets the parishes of St. Giles?s in the Fields, St. George the Martyr, St. George, Bloomsbury, and St. Andrew?s, Holborn.[2] On the east it is bounded by St. James?s, Clerkenwell. Kentish Town, part of Highgate, Camden Town, and Somer?s Town,[3] are comprised within this parish as hamlets. Mr. Lysons supposes it to have included the prebendal manor of Kentish Town,[4] or Cantelows, which now constitutes a stall in St. Paul?s Cathedral. Among the prebendaries have been men eminent for their learning and piety: as Lancelot Andrews, bishop of Winchester, Dr. Sherlock, Archdeacon Paley, and the Rev. William Beloe, B.D. well known by his translation of Herodotus.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, 1 -- Vol. 19, Issue 546, May 12, 1832, 1 -- ST. PANCRAS (OLD) CHURCH, 1 -- ANECDOTE GALLERY, 5 -- MANNERS &CUSTOMS OF ALL NATIONS, 12 -- THE NATURALIST, 13 -- SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS, 15 -- THE GATHERER, 20

 

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