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Burgh
Burgh A sign in Linlithgow, Scotland. Burgh (pronounced burruh) represents an autonomous corporate entity ... at least the 12th century. Recognition of burgh status has now, however, little more than ... ceremonial value. The titular head of a burgh is called a Provost. Most royal burghs ... local government of Scotland. County councils and burgh councils were both abolished under the ...
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Burgh   (translated from Dutch)
Burgh Burgh a village is in Zeeuwse municipality Schouwen ... considers the villages as an one core: Burgh haamstede . The inhabitants of the two villages sense this however differently. Burgh are, as well as Middelburg , Domburg and ...
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Burgh Island
Burgh Island Burgh Island (, ) is a small tidal island off ... island, the larger being the Art Deco Burgh Island Hotel, the smaller being a public ... and passengers on a platform high above. Burgh Island was the setting for the Agatha ... the fictitious name "Indian Island." External link Burgh Island Hotel See also Tidal island
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Burgh Castle
Burgh Castle Burgh Castle is a village and civil parish ... within Lothingland Rural District in Suffolk. History Burgh Castle is the site of one of ... at Caister-on-Sea. The ruins of Burgh Castle are in the care of English ... metropolitan counties. External links Map sources for Burgh Castle. Information from Genuki Norfolk on ...
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Talk:Burgh
Talk:Burgh Parliamentary burghs I read: A burgh ... was an autonomous unit of local government ...
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Police burgh
Police burgh A police burgh was a Scottish burgh which had adopted a “police system” for ... first police burghs were created under the Burgh Police (Scotland) Act, 1833 (3 & 4 Wm ... Wales by two years. Forming a police burgh In order for the act to ...
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Burgh Heath
Burgh Heath Burgh Heath Statistics Population: Ordnance Survey OS grid ... UK Parliament: European Parliament: South East England Burgh Heath is a residential area of the ...
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Burgh, Suffolk
Burgh, Suffolk Burgh is a village and civil parish in ...
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Burgh constituency
Burgh constituency A burgh constituency is a type of parliamentary constituency ... this basis has been designated as a burgh constituency. They are the successors of the ... first half of the 20th century. Modern burgh constituencies are much like county constituencies in ... Parliament. The historic distinction between county and burgh constituencies is maintained in both sets ...
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Large burgh
Large burgh In 1930, the Scottish burghs were split into two types, large burgh and small burgh . The councils of large burghs had more ... Wishaw External link Status detail for Large Burgh
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