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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woodstock Overview

    Oxford on the river Glyme close to the east side of Blenheim Park . 1 The borough and market town, called formally New Woodstock until the 19th century, was founded in the 12th century in Bladon parish and remained ecclesiastically

    Blenheim Introduction

    afterwards. 21 The duke's new house there was called first Blenheim House then Blenheim Palace and the park became Blenheim Park . Woodstock Park was extra-parochial, its tithes having been granted to Godstow abbey, allegedly in the 12th century. 22

    Bladon Economic history

    grass, but more than half the township was wood or plantation, 278 a. in Burleigh wood, the heath, and Blenheim Park . 44 Mid 19th-century improvements carried out by the Blenheim estate included draining arable fields and digging ditches for

    Eynsham Site and remains of the abbey

    'some business at Blenheim '. 49 It may have been intended to form part of the plan to gothicize Blenheim Park in the 1760s . 50 The abbey's main entrance has not been precisely located although in 1217 it stood

    Romano-British remains Roads

    of the road from Blenheim Park westwards. Modern research has elucidated the course of the road and told us something of its construction (Fig. 18), notably at Chesterton , 3 Tackley Ford , 4 Blenheim Park , 5 Asthall ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as injunction for restraining his Grace the Duke of Marlborough from proceedipig to cut down the growing timber in Blenheim Park, or in any manner removing the orna- mental and other timber in tbat disitrict. The question was one of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Palmer, the principal surgeon there -and tomr eastegoetanufactutrer to his maytesty-forbidding themt or their families front ever again entering Blenheim Park, which'is open to all the other inhabitants of the toti n; th ereason assigned being, that tbe tbree gentlemen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    theey have since been restored to the anxious owner by the innkeeper.-Perthshire Courier. - A singular circumstance occurred in Blenheim Park one day last week. The keepers were killing some deer, wben one of them'shot a fat buck, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the parish of Xidlington, except the respective hamlets of Gosford and Water-Eaton; ; the hamlet of Old Woodstock and Blenheim Park." The last place on the list forms the nucleus of the borough. All the other parishes surround 13lenheim Park, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OXFORDSHIRE. The report of an annual meeting of- the Woodstocl Agricultural and Horticultural Association, held l Tuesday last in Blenheim Park, comes to us through the daily papers under the heading of " Politics at Wood stock." The "politics " Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The book of lords: (a sequel to the "New book of kings"), 1884

    quo ante helium-plus Blenheim Park and the Marlborough Perpetual Pension. The- Tory aristocrats, to spite the Whig aristocrats, stepped in at the very nick of time, and by the Treaty of Utrecht , secured to the Grand Monarque in his Subscribers-only content

    The Parliamentary reformers' manual., 1883

    the Boundary Act. Woodstock consists of the old Borough and rural district, and includes the old borough of stock, nine parishes, one part of a parish, and t Old Woodstock and Blenheim Park . It com ] .of 20,584 acres. Subscribers-only content

    Life in our villages, 1891

    on the far side of Blenheim Park from Woodstock , a benighted little place if its reputation counts for anything. In driving into it from Woodstock you pass a ruinous old structure, which I had pointed out as a stable Subscribers-only content

    Life in our villages, 1891

    blood and with level judgment. But I confess that it has made my blood boil to drive round about Blenheim Park , and see how the labouring poor have been and are being defrauded of what belongs to them. There Subscribers-only content

    Life in our villages, 1891

    little the plot of ground required for a sort of village club. Few places could require it more. Across Blenheim Park , Combe is, I suppose, between two and three miles from Woodstock , but it is a long drive Subscribers-only content

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