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Kingsclear, in former time the residence of the Saxon
Kings; seated in the Woodlands, a small Market-town
Burghclear, seated under a high Hill, on the top of which is a warlike Rampier yet to be seen, where there is now a
Stock-bridge, a thorough-fare and Borough-town, which hath
the election of Parliament men. It had formerly a Market,
which is now disused.
Rumsey, seated on a fair River, a large and ancient Town,
much inhabited by Clothiers; and its Market, which is
on Saturdays, is very well served with all provisions.
Ringwood, a Town of some account in the time of the
Saxons, seated near the Sea, and on a River; a large Town,
and hath a great Market on Wednesdays for cattle, corn,
Christ-church, scituate betwixt two Rivers, and on an arm of
the Sea; In the time of the Saxons it was fortified with
a Castle, and beautified with an ancient Church of
Prebendaries. It is at present a good Town, sendeth Burgesses
to Parliament, and hath a good Market.
Lemington, seated on a Hill near the Sea, hath the election
of Parliament men and a Market on [blank]
Not far from this Town is Hurst-castle, which is seated in
the extreme point of a neck of Land which shooteth it self
forth into the Sea, reguarding the Isle of Wight.
Whitchurch, an ancient, though poor Major and Borough-town;
which hath an inconsiderable Market, and electeth