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Clevedon

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"CLEVEDON, a parish in the hundred of Portbury, in the county of Somerset, 11 miles W. of Bristol. It is a railway station of the Great Western line, and is resorted to in summer as a pleasant watering-place. The town is situated on the cliffs at the mouth of the river Severn, commanding a fine view of the channel. It was called Clevedun by the Saxons, from the cliff (cleve) terminating at this point in a valley (dun). It contains a lecture-hall, public baths, numerous hotels and boarding-houses, and is well lighted with gas." From The National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland (1868) Transcribed by Colin Hinson © 2003
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  • Clevedon, Somerset, etc. [various editions, 1910 etc.]
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