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It formerly was a market town, and still has a fair on the first Monday of Aug.; it publishes a monthly newspaper; and it contains a good inn, a church, a Wesleyan chapel, a famous grammar school, and national schools. The church was built about the 14th century; retains portions of a previous church, of Norman character, built by Archbishop Lanfranc; has a western embattled tower, with lofty spire; was recently repaired and beautified, at a cost of £7, 000; and contains a Norman font of Purbeck marble, and many interesting brasses and monuments. The grammar school was founded in 1571, by John Lyon, a yeoman of the parish; has a very small income from endowment, with four exhibitions and two scholarships at the universities; is free to all boys who are natives of the parish, and also receives "Foreigners;" is conducted on the same system as Eton; and has now an attendance of about 500 scholars.

HARROW, a small town and a sub-district in Hendon district, Middlesex. The town is in Harrow-on-the-Hill parish; stands near the London and Northwestern railway, 1½ mile N of the Paddington canal, and 11 ½ miles WNW of St. Paul's, London; and has a station on the railway with telegraph, and a post office‡ under London, NW. It was known at Domesday as Herges, -afterwards as Hareways; and it is supposed to occupy the site of a Roman military station. It stands on a hill fully 200 feet high, surrounded by an extensive plain; and commands a magnificent panoramic view over parts of thirteen counties. ...

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