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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The liberty of Beaulieu Index Map to the Liberty of Beaulieu

    station on the Southampton and Dorchester Railway is 31/2 miles north of the village. The following place-names occur:-'Blekedon' ( Black Down ) (xiii cent.), 5 'Notle,' 'Codelesdon,' 'la Gunildcrofte,' 'la Fermcroft,' 'Colverle' (Culverley) (xiv cent.), 6 'Swins'ys,' 'Bromhaies,' 'Mindisherne,' 'Newlandes,'

    Parishes Newton Valence

    Long-moor and Bordon Camps , and in the obscure distance over the group of intervening hills are Hindhead and Black Down . Pelham Although there are no rivers in Newton Valence , Noar Hill is the watershed between the Rother,

    Parishes Haslemere

    and Particular Baptist chapels in Haslemere . The town is beautifully placed on the slope of a gentle hill- Black Down ridge-its church lying away from the town on a high spur. There is a market-house, placed in the middle

    Parishes St. Decumans, including Watchet and Williton

    Victorian. 22 A Romano-British site at Doniford was occupied in the 4th century. 23 Mother Shipton 's Tomb in Black Down wood has been shown to be a copy of a Roman tomb found in Cumberland by the Wyndham family

    Geology Geological Map of West Somerset Orographical Map

    Red Sandstone which forms a nucleus to the Mendip Hills , and rises at intervals from near Frome to Black Down north of Cheddar , consists for the most part of red and variegated sandstone, with sandy marls and towards

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, B, 01 October 1644-31 July 1645

    , the, proposed suppression of Bishop's Waltham , co. Hants Bishopsgate , London Blachford , Capt. Blackbander , a Black Down , co. Somerset Blackford , Capt. Richard and see Blachford. Blackston , Mr. Blackstone , Sir Willm., Colonel of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not easily keep touch of the enemy's Ist Brigade, which had by thss tispe with- dirawn its outposts front Black Down, and seemed deter- niined to hold to the uttermost the lofty 'aid crag-bound plateau on the broad top of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    made. ri st 11e hald on a Black Coat and Waistcoat. Coduroy tis Breaches, Wihite Yarn Stockinigs, and a Black Down _ I-lnt. in N. B. Tt is requested tliat Persons in the Cotmutry will o- be kllill enough to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Green's Farbiere leat Mr. Rtobt. Stsekdaln's Sostlih Astralia. S r. Hliisaan's Lola Minutes beat Mr. Hodssr'es HTernionie. M]C. acStelemon's Black Down beat Mr. J. Stepherion's Hermuit. Mr ' R. To d's Teedaile beat Irr. Meariest's Noemintiaon. Mr. R.C . Vyners Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his hat and trousers were torn into pieces, The jury returned a verdict of "Accidental death by lightning."-Illsgdon, or Black Down 'Tower, in Dorset. shire, erected to the memory of Admiral Sir Thomas Hardy, was struck by lightning on Monday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with their lG-potiindei'S 0I to 21')khtoclt De.r,v tile lino of lire 'being lip thle Valley tar the Tcers and Black Down. The0 Cenemy-repr`O- Ibhr Is,~Ltead eywoodesi. ttargets-was a iegimlenit of cavalry inlM uicer iiitanic column, with a frontag ofthry-i vlues. Subscribers-only content

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