A small parliamentary borough, and the capital of Dorsetshire, in a pretty part of the South Downs, at the termination of the South Western railway, 141 miles from London.
Near it on the left, is Cadbury Castle, one of the most stupendous fortifications in the kingdom, belonging to the days gone by, whose everyday life is but legendary and mythical. A part of the ruins is called King Arthur’s palace.
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Nothing can be more striking and picturesque than the situation of this delightful watering-place.
Cathedral city, seaport, and parliamentary borough in Gloucestershire 118 miles from London.