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Birmingham - Cannon Hill Park, 57 acres; Small Heath Park, 41 acres; Calthorpe Park, 31 acres; Summerfield Park, 13 acres; Adderley Park, 10 acres; Highgate Park, 8 acres; Bur-bury-Street Recreation Grounds, 4 acres; Park-Street Gardens, 4 acres; St. Mary's Garden, 3 acres.
Brighton - The Tenantry Downs, 105 acres; Preston Park, ©1 acres; The Level, 1©% acres; The Old Sterne Enclosures, 3 acres.
Bristol - Clifton and Durdham Downs, 442 acres; Bedminster Park, 33 acres.
Kew-Royal Botanic Gardens, 400 acres, including the Pleasure Grounds, which contain 170 acres.
Kingston - on - Thames - Richmond Park, 2,255 acres; Home Park, ©SO acres; Bushy Park, 1,800 acres; Hampton Court Park and Gardens, 44 acres.
Leeds - Roundhay Park, 350 acres; Wood-house Moor, 63 acres; New Wortley Recreation Grounds, 30 3/4 acres; Hunslet Moor, 31 acres; Woodhouse Ridge, 17 acres; Bank Lodge Recreation Grounds, 15 1/2 acres; Bramley Recreation Ground, 11 acres.
Liverpool - Sefton Park, 382 acres; News-ham Park, 150 acres; Stanley Park, 100 acres; Prince's Park, 44% acres; Wavertree Park, 22 3/4 acres; Sheil Park, 15 acres; Botanic Gardens, 1 1% acres; Kensington Recreation Grounds, 4% acres: St. James Mount Gardens, 4 acres; St. Martin's Recreation Ground, 3 acres; Prince's Boulevard, 3 acres; Abercromby Square, 1 3/2 acres; St. Mary's Recreation Ground, 1 2/3 acres; Aubrey-Street Recreation Ground, 1% acres; Falkner Square, 1% acres; Great George Square, 1% acres.
London and "Vicinity - Wimbledon Common, 628 acres; Regents' Park and Zoological Gardens, 473 acres; Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, 390 acres; Wandsworth Common, 302 acres; Victoria Park, 39© acres; Hampstead Heath, 240 acres; Alexandra Park, 193 acres; Battersea Park, 185 acres; Greenwich Park, 174 acres; Finsbury Park, 115 acres; South-wark Park, OS acres; Green Park, ©© acres; St. James' Park, 59 acres; Camberwell Park, 55 acres; Hackney Downs, SO acres; Lincoln Inn's Square, 13 1/2 acres; Eaton Square, 13 3/4 acres; Cadogan Square, 13% acres; Russell Square, 10 acres; Clapham Common, 10 acres; Bryanston Square, 3 1/2 acres; Montague Square, 2 acres.
Manchester - Alexandra Park, ©© acres; Philips'Park, 31 acres; Queen's Park, 30 acres; Cheetham Park, 5 acres; Ardwich Park, 4 acres; Willert-Street Open Space, 1% acres; Churnett-Street Open Space, 1% acres; Mount-Street Open Space, 1 acre; Prussia-Street Open Space, 3/4 acre.
Nottingham - Bulwell Forest, 135 acres; The Forest, 70 acres; Meadows' Recreation Ground. 30 acres; The Arboretum, 17 acres; Robin Hood Chase, (with St. Ann's Hill, Elm Avenue, and Corporation Oaks), 10 acres; Waterloo Promenade, 7 acres; The Queen's Walk, © acres; Meadows' Cricket Ground, © acres; Castle Grounds, 5 acres; Bath Street, 4 acres; St. Michael's Recreation, 1 acre; Trent Walk, 1 acre; Bulwell Boggs, l acre.
Oldham - Alexandra Park, 73 acres; North Moor Free Library Grounds, % acre.
Windsor - The Great Park and Forest, 1,800 acres, containing Virginia Water (Lake), which has a surface of 150 acres; Little Park, 500 acres; Frogmore, 30 acres. For other prominent Parks in this vicinity, See Kingston-on-Thames.