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Cooper Baronets, Of Shenstone Court
... The Cooper Baronetcy, of Shenstone Court in Shenstone in the County of Stafford, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 20 December 1905 for the ...
The Leasowes
... Developed between 1743 and 1763 by poet William Shenstone as a ferme ornée, the garden is one of most admired early examples of the English garden ... Shenstone … every part is rural and natural ... outstanding, is Grade I listed in view of its association with Shenstone and its importance in the history of landscape gardening ...
Shenstone, Worcestershire
52.360191°N 2.202759°W / 52.360191 -2.202759 Shenstone The Hare and Hounds Shenstone OS grid reference SO862735 District Wyre Forest Shire county Worcestershire Region West Midlands Country ... Franche Heightington Kingsford Ribbesford Rock Rushock Shenstone Stone Tanwood Upper Arley Wolverley Civil parishes List of civil parishes in the Wyre Forest district This ...
Shenstone Lodge School
... Shenstone Lodge school is a residential special school for children with behaviour or emotional difficulties, in Shenstone, Staffordshire, England, between Lichfield ...
Shenstone Railway Station
... Shenstone railway station is a railway station on Station Road, in the village of Shenstone, in Staffordshire, England ...

Famous quotes containing the word shenstone:

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    From flattery, cards, and dice, and din:
    Nor art thou found in mansions higher
    Than the low cot, or humble inn.

    ‘Tis here with boundless pow’r I reign;
    And ev’ry health which I begin
    Converts dull port to bright champagne;
    Such Freedom crowns it, at an inn.
    —William Shenstone (1714–1763)

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    Where’er his stages may have been,
    May sigh to think he still has found
    The warmest welcome, at an inn.
    —William Shenstone (1714–1763)