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Amateur In 1823 Northamptonshire

Amateur was said to “[enjoy] a very pure and wholesome air”

because of its dryness and distance from the sea.

Its livestock were celebrated: “Horned cattle, and other

animals, are fed to extraordinary sizes: and many horses of

the large black breed are reared.”[18]

Nine years later, the county was described as “

a county enjoying the reputation of being one of

the healthiest and pleasantest parts of England” although

the towns were “of small importance” with

the exceptions of Peterborough and Northampton.

In summer, the county hosted “a great number of wealthy

families… country seats and villas are to be seen at every step.”

[19] Northamptonshire is still referred to as the county of “

spires and squires” because of the numbers of stately

homes and ancient churches.[20]

In the 18th and 19th centuries, parts of Northamptonshire and the surrounding

area became industrialised. The local specialisation

was shoemaking and the leather industry and became

one of Britain’s major centres for these crafts by the 19th century.

In the north of the county a large ironstone quarrying 

industry developed from 1850.[21]Northamptonshire

is a landlocked county located in the southern part of

the East Midlands region[29] which is sometimes known as the South

Midlands. The county contains the watershed between the River

Severn and The Wash while several important rivers

have their sources in the north-west of the county, including

the River Nene, which flows north-eastwards to

The Wash, and the “Warwickshire Avon“, which flows south-west to

the Severn. In 1830 it was boasted that “not a single brook,

however insignificant, flows into it from any other district”.[30] 

The highest point in the county is Arbury Hill at 225 metres (738 ft)

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Date: August 3, 2020