Index:A History of Horncastle from the Earliest Period to the Present Time.djvu

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A History of Horncastle from the Earliest Period to the Present Time.djvu

CONTENTS.
CHAPTER I. page
Part I — Prehistoric. Horncastle—its infancy 1
Part II — The Dimly Historic Period 3
CHAPTER II.
Records of the Manor, &c., from the Norman Conquest 11
CHAPTER III.
St. Mary's Church 33
CHAPTER IV.
The Church of Holy Trinity 57
CHAPTER V.
Nonconformist Places of Worship.
The Wesleyans 64
The Primitive Methodists 71
The Independents 77
The Baptist Chapel
The New Jerusalem Church 86
CHAPTER VI.
Educational Institutions—The Grammar School 91
CHAPTER VII.
Watson's Free School 108
The Lancasterian and the Bell Schools 111
The Science and Art School 112
CHAPTER VIII.
The Dispensary 119
CHAPTER IX.
The Canal 126
The Railway 130
CHAPTER X.
Workhouse or Union 133
The Court House 135
The Stanhope Memorial 136
The Clerical Club 137
The Mechanics' Institute 139
The Corn Exchange 140
The whelpton almshouses 142
The Drill Hall 145
CHAPTER XI.
Horncastle Worthies, &c. 151
Oddities 160
Publichouses 161
APPENDIX.
page page
Thimbleby 165 Mareham-le-Fen 192
West Ashby 176 Moorby 198
High Toynton 180 Wood Enderby 201
Mareham-on-the-Hill 183 Coningsby 203
Low Toynton 185 Wilksby 207
Roughton 188 Langriville 209
Haltham 190 Thornton-le-Fen 210
INDEX.