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The Poll for the Election of Knights of the Shire for the County of Lincoln taken 25.26,27, 1818

01/01/1818

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( 179 ) Population of the City, Bail, and Close of Lincoln. Saint Benedict, C. - Botolph, C. or V. - John, in Newport, V. Margaret, C. Mark, C. Martin, V. Mary- le- Wigford, V. Michael on the Mount, C. Mary Magdalen, It. or C. Nicholas, in Newport, V. Peter at Arches, R. Peter, in Eastgate, C. Peter at Gowts, C. Paul, Jt. Swithin, C. House of Industry 550 455 133 311 322 1487 599 509 708 228 420 343 481 387 1553 113 8599 THE above List is supposed to be complete as to the Parishes and Townships of the County : some of the Hamlets are omitted, owing to want of time to obtain a correct list of them. In that large, important and improving District of the County, formerly the East, West, and Wildmoor Fens, several new Villages have arisen, and a great addition has been made to the Population of the old surrounding Parishes, principally since the Census in the year 1811. 40,482 Acres, in a state of the lowest possible value, and 20,000 Acres more of Fen Lauds and Commons on its borders* have been completely drained, and brought into profitable cultivation. The expense of this vast work of territorial improvement, begun in 1802 and completed in 1813, was £ 580,000, and was defrayed by the sale of 13,900 Acres of Land. That portion, together with 1673 Acres allotted as compen- sations for Manorial Rights, and the building and endowment of Chapels, being all thereby made extra- parochial, were, by an Act of Parliament passed in 1812, formed into seven Townships, and named as follows: names. Eastville - - Midville - - Frithville - - Carrington - - Westville - - Thorntou- le- Feu SITrATIONS. East Fen, adjoining the West side of Wainfleet and Friskney East Fen, West of Eastville, bounded East by Hobhole Drain West Fen, on both sides of the Sibsey Road - - - - - West Fen, adjoining in part on Frithville, westward - - West Fen, adjoining in part on Carrington - - - - - Wildmoor and West Fens, bounded on the East by Newhain Drai: i, and North and East by the Parishes of Coningsby and Toynton St. Peter - -- -- -- -- -- Wildmoor and West Fens, near Antony's Gowt - - - - acres. 2657 2501 2716 2416 1950 1425 1911 Langriville The increase to the Population of the whole District is estimated to be 3000. * In the year 1799, 60,000 Acres were under water, and about 33,000 Acres were every Winter in tha't state. 4000 Acres were always under water during the Summer.
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