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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the tithe holder his tithe, his whole tithe, and aothing but his tithe," was held on Monday last upon Barham Downs; and proved a signal failure. Not only was the pe- tition of the Church party, which professed to be Subscribers-only content

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    22 out of the 25 actually carried these useful articles in their hands. - A mare, that won on Barham Downs in 1823, was to be exhibited during Canterbury races, with the extraordinary number of seven feet-three of which have Subscribers-only content

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    have been carefully preserved, as on the high road from Can- terbury to Dover, near the eastern extremity of Barham Downs. It is a question in which we con- fess to have little interest. We want nd evidence hut our Subscribers-only content

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    Derby.-On Mlonday the nomination of candi- dates for the representation of the eastern division of Kent took place on Barham Downs. The rival candidates were Sir Brook W. Bridges Bart., and Sir E. C. Dering, Bart., each professing Conservative prin- Subscribers-only content

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    uniform.-It is in eontenplation to establish camps of instruction on Barham Downs, within a few miles of Canterbury, and on Penen- den Heath, near Maidstone. The camp on Barham Downs is intended to accommodate about 4,000 troops, cavarifnradatley and that Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PEYTON, Sir Thomas, 2nd Bt. (1613-84), of Knowlton, Kent.

    his kinsman, the Earl of Winchilsea, to marshal the nobility and gentry of Kent to greet Charles II on Barham Downs. As some compensation for his losses and sufferings he was given a share in the Newcastle coal farm, said

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