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AN OLD-FASHIONED LABOURING COUPLE. COLN-ST.-ALDWYNS.
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Here, again, the scenery is typical of rural England in its most pleasing form; and the village of Coln-St.-Aldwyns is scarcely less fascinating than Bibury. After leaving the stately pile of Hatherop Castle and Williamstrip Park on the left, the Coln flows silently onwards through the delightful demesne of Fairford Park.
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It was along this road that John Keble, the poet used to walk day by day to his cure at Coln-St.-Aldwyns.
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As we pass on through the fair villages of Quenington and Coln-St.-Aldwyns we cannot help noticing the delightful character of the houses from a picturesque point of view; in both these hamlets there are the same clean-looking stone cottages and stone-tiled roofs.
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The beautiful gabled house close to the Norman church of Coln-St.-Aldwyns is the old original manor house.
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The three parishes of Hatherop, Quenington, and Coln-St.-Aldwyns practically adjoin each other.
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We have now two rather uneventful miles to traverse between Coln-St.-Aldwyns and Bibury, for we must once more leave the valley and set out across the bleak uplands.
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Examples of Coln-st-aldwyn

Example #1
London is becoming miserably hot and dusty; everybody who can get away is rushing off, north, south, east, and west, some to the seaside, others to pleasant country houses.
Example #2
SIDE VIEW OF MANOR HOUSE.
Example #3
Here the stream has been broadened out into a lake of some depth and size, and holds some very large fish.
Example #4
The garden and old court house of Bibury are sweetly pretty, the house, like Ablington, being three hundred years old; the stream passes within a few yards of it, over another waterfall of about ten feet, and soon reaches Williamstrip.
Example #5
His home was at Fairford.
Example #6
The first two miles are the least interesting of the whole journey; the Coln, broadened out for some distance to the size of a lake, is hidden from our view by the tall trees of Fairford Park.