Cathedral city, seaport, and parliamentary borough in Gloucestershire 118 miles from London.
Newnham stands on an eminence rising from the western bank of the Severn, which is here nearly a mile across at high water. In the Norman times, it appears to have been a fortified town, designed to repress the incursions of the Welsh. The houses are principally ranged in one long street, and the church stands on a cliff, near the river.
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Cheltenham takes its name from the river Chelt, and is celebrated for its medicinal waters. It has been for the last sixty years one of the most elegant and fashionable watering places in England.
A cathedral city, capital of the county, on the Severn, and the Bristol and Birmingham Railway, 114 miles from London.