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Northampton was destroyed by fire in 1675 and this gave the local people to build a spacious and well-planned town.
The population of Northampton in 1801 was 7,000.
Northampton continued to elect him as their MP but it was not until 1886 that he was allowed to take his seat in the House of Commons.
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  Northampton, England - LoveToKnow 1911
NORTHAMPTON, a municipal, county and parliamentary borough and the county town of Northamptonshire, England, 66 m.
Northampton is the seat of a Roman Catholic bishop, and there is a pro-cathedral, designed by A. Pugin (1864).
The chief public buildings of Northampton are a town hall, county hall, county council room, corn exchange, antiquarian and geological museum, free library and barracks.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Northampton%2C_England   (860 words)

  Northampton, Massachusetts - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Northampton, which was incorporated as a city in 1883, developed into a thriving community and a local center for commerce, education, and the arts, even supporting a still-extant opera house, (though it now functions as an independent movie theatre) the Academy of Music.
Northampton is also considered by many as something of a liberal mecca, due in large part to the five colleges in the area and the city's large GLBT community.
Northampton is also home to a low-power FM community radio station, Valley Free Radio, which took to the airwaves in August, 2005.
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 Northampton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Northampton is the most populous district in England not to be a unitary authority, a status it failed to obtain in the 1990s local government reform.
In May 1328 the Treaty of Northampton was signed - being a peace treaty between the English and the Scots in which Edward III recognised the authority of Robert the Bruce as King of Scotland and betrothed Bruce's still infant son to the king's sister Joanna.
Northampton's growth was accelerated in the 19th century, first by the Grand Union Canal, which reached the town in 1815 and later the coming of the railways.
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 Walkabout - Northampton
Located 52 km north of Geraldton and 474 km north of Perth via the Brand Highway, Northampton is a small and attractive town in undulating country on the edge of the wheat belt.
Northampton was first settled in the late 1840s after Lieutenant George Grey had passed through the area on his retreat from North-west Cape.
Northampton is noted for its Church of St Mary in Ara Coeli which was constructed by the famous Western Australian architect-priest Monsignor John Hawes (see introduction for details of Hawes' life).
www.walkabout.com.au /locations/WANorthampton.shtml   (774 words)

 Noho.com - Brief History of Northampton
The Northampton of today; where artists and writers, merchants and farmers, scholars and professionals live in unique cooperation began as a Puritan settlement purchased from the Nonotuck Indians in 1654.
A canal connecting Northampton to New Haven and the sea was completed in 1835 but came to a quick demise with the arrival of the railroad in 1845.
Northampton is one of the only spots in New England offering the rich diversity of an urban center with a rural beauty that restores the soul.
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 USN Ships--USS Northampton (CA-26)
Northampton primarily served in the Atlantic and Caribbean areas until 1932, then was mainly in the Pacific.
On 7 December 1941, Northampton was at sea with the USS Enterprise task force.
Northampton returned to the southern Pacific in August 1942 to participate in the Guadalcanal campaign.
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 Northampton, Massachusetts at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Northampton is a city located in Hampshire County, Massachusetts.
Northampton hosted its own witch trials in the 18th century, although no witches were burned at the stake.
Northampton, which was incorporated as a city in 1883, developed into a thriving community and a local center for commerce, education, and the arts, even supporting a still-extant opera house, the Academy of Music.
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 Northampton Massachusetts Real Estate
Northampton is located 100 miles west of Boston which is less than 2 hours on the Mass Turnpike.
Downtown Northampton is home to the prestigious Smith College, making the city one that is vibrant from the presence and influence of young women and the professors that lead them in their academic journey.
Northampton, and the surrounding Pioneer Valley, is a great place to head for a mini or full-blown vacation any time of year.
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Northampton is a commodious but unpretentious building designed by the younger Pugin.
Northampton, William Wareing, had been Vicar Apostolic of the Eastern District before the restoration of the Catholic hierarchy; he resigned the see in 1858, and died in 1865.
Northampton was the scene of the last stand made by St.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Northampton, New York
Northampton, Mass., is the Sapphic center of America, tucked away among New England academia.
Salvation Army aims to be in new location in May: Northampton Street site in Easton will allow agency to serve more children in after-school programs.
ATF links man to gun from slaying: Northampton County resident who allegedly bought pistol is charged.
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 History of Northampton - key events
Thomas a Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, was summoned to Northampton Castle to defend his opposition to new legislation that restricted the power of the Church.
Northampton was probably one the six most prosperous towns in England.
Northampton Town F.C. lost 3-0 to Manchester Utd in fourth round of the FA Cup at Sixfields stadium.
www.northampton.org.uk /history/history.htm   (3685 words)

 Northampton Township Volunteer Fire Company
At the January 24th meeting of the Northampton Township Board of Supervisors, Fire Chief Adam Selisker presented to Supervisors Chairman Pete Palestina and the Board of Supervisors, Northampton Township’s newest certified firefighters from the Fall Class of 2006.
Northampton firefighters extinguish a vehicle fire in the Tapestry development in Holland.
Northampton firefighters extinguish a playground fire in the Tapestry development in Holland.
www.ntvfc.com   (440 words)

 Real Estate Northampton MA Massachusetts - Homes for Sale - BobVila.com
Northampton - 2 bedroom condo near Main St. 4 room condo has a 1 1/2 baths, central air, wood & tile floors, granite counter tops.
Northampton - Charming 2 bedroom condo near Main St. This 4 room condo offers a bath and a half, central air, wood and tile floors, and granite countertops.
Northampton - Walk to downtown from this 2 BR upper level condo with open floor plan.
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 Northampton Neighborhood
Northampton is like a fine diamond among St. Louis’ many neighborhoods.
Northampton is full of the Charm evoked by homes constructed in the 1920’s and 1930’s, crafted of solid masonry and accented with stained glass windows and original millwork.
Northampton is like a fine gem, polished to a brilliant shine.
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 Tetley's Bitter Cup: Irish hopes ended by evergreen Bateman
The Northampton captain was equally astute and the theme continued throughout the side.
Northampton were never predictable and they always seemed able to revitalise moves with a change of direction or a burst of speed.
Northampton endured a few anxious moments and Federico Mendez was sent to the sin-bin for a professional foul, but they rallied strongly and were pressing hard at the end.
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 Northampton falter in title challenge
Such has been the battering his side have endured over the last few months that even the Northampton captain had to give in to that irritating affliction known as pain.
Yet there was the merest glimmer of evidence in Northampton's second-half showing to suggest that there is life in the old dog yet.
Northampton need to get back in that groove themselves.
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 Nothampton County North Carolina
Northampton County was formed in 1741 from Bertie County and was named in honor of James Crompton
Roanoke Rapids Lake in the northwestern corner of Northampton County.
The Northampton County, North Carolina Genealogy Project, makes no claims or estimates of the validity of the information submitted and reminds you that each new piece of information found should not be taken at face value, but should be researched and proved or disproved by weight of evidence.
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 Northampton County Schools
Northampton County Schools, Box 158, Jackson, NC 27845.
Out-of-State applicants should write the office of Licensure, State Department of Public Instruction, 301 N. Wilmington St., Raleigh, NC 27601-2825 to determine their eligibility for licensure to teach at the level or in the field for which they are applying.
North Carolina licensure is required for employment as a teacher in Northampton County Schools, and a copy of your license must be filed when employed.
www.northampton.k12.nc.us /employment.htm   (316 words)

 A Brief History Of Northampton Silk
Northampton's silk industry was born in the mulberry tree craze of the 1830’s and died, at the age of 100, in the throes of the Great Depression.
The official cause of death, labor unrest, was emblematic of the problems that had plagued the American silk industry from its start in the colonial era.
Silk was cultivated and processed in many parts of the world, and Northampton's industry was part of a much larger picture.
www.smith.edu /hsc/silk/northampton.html   (532 words)

 Ananova - FT: Leeds 15 Northampton 31
Northampton continued their impressive streak of form in the Zurich Premiership with a 31-15 win over Leeds.
Davies was sin-binned and from the resulting pressure the Northampton pack forced a series of penalties and line-outs and finally Fox burrowed over from close range.
Northampton continued to dominate and it took a crunching tackle by Tom Palmer under his own posts to deny them a score before the break.
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 Northampton VA Medical Center - VA New England Healthcare System   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Northampton VAMC provides psychiatric, substance abuse, and PTSD services as well as primary and secondary levels of medical care to a veteran population in western Massachusetts of more than 85,000 men and women.
An array of outpatient treatment programs are available at the Northampton site, including vocational rehabilitation services.
The Northampton VAMC has affiliations with schools in dentistry, nursing, psychology, optometry, occupational therapy, social work, and pharmacy, as well as other health professional and technical fields.
www.va.gov /VISN1/northampton/index.asp   (117 words)

 Northampton County, NC
When the first European settlers arrived, they wrote home to tell of this “goodly and prosperous new land.” Today, Northampton County still beckons to those in search of nature’s bounty, to those seeking new opportunities in commerce, and to those searching for the peace of rural America.
Those who come here quickly discover that Northampton County is a place of thriving diversity — home to some of the most productive farms in America, state-of-the art manufacturing and distribution facilities operated by leading national and international corporations, small and welcoming towns, and waterfront developments on pristine lakes.
Northampton County is situated at the center of America’s Atlantic seaboard bordering Virginia on Interstate 95, the most heavily traveled north/south thoroughfare in America.
www.northamptonnc.com   (328 words)

 Northampton, Massachusetts MA, city profile (Hampshire County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Northampton is a city in Hampshire County, in the Springfield metro area.
The town and childhood were inextricably connected for him, and in spite of all the newcomers and the alterations on Main Street, a great deal of Northampton still felt the same.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Northampton was $24,022, compared with $21,587 nationally.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=3069   (742 words)

 BORDC: Resolution Details - Northampton, Massachusetts
Whereas, the City of Northampton has a long and distinguished history of protecting and expanding civil rights and civil liberties, often being a beacon for our country's citizens when liberties are threatened; and
Whereas, the City of Northampton houses a diverse student and working population, including non-citizens, whose contributions to the community are vital to its character and function; and
Whereas, the City of Northampton has with gratitude for their supreme sacrifice memorialized those in the Armed Forces who have died in battle protecting these same cherished rights and liberties; and
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 Technorati Tag: Northampton
Northampton Massachusetts Vacations Compare prices, read user reviews of hotels and search for travel deals to Northampton.
While I was walking in downtown Northampton today, I passed by one of my favorite street-people.
From the Northampton Saints website: In the end it came down to the final kick of the match but England have won their fourth successive Hong Kong...
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Large numbers of lesbians have nested in and around Northampton for many years, but only recently has the town developed clout as a popular tourist destination.
The Grotto is Northampton's main lesbian and gay hangout; it's a delightful neighborhood bar and restaurant that expands into a full disco on weekends (it's 18-and-over on Fridays).
As for larger properties, the Inn at Northampton is exceedingly gay-friendly and has comfortable rooms and a large pool and cabana, and the historic Hotel Northampton has luxurious colonial-style rooms.
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