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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Mickleham

    1867 . There is a station at West Humble in Mickleham , now called Box Hill and Burford Bridge , to distinguish it from Box Hill on the South Eastern line, more than a mile distant. Mickleham is fairly rich

    Parishes Dorking

    Dorking , Box Hill and Dorking , opened in 1849 . In 1867 the London Brighton and South Coast Railway , Portsmouth branch, was brought through Dorking , where there is a station near the Box Hill station of the

    Other industries

    377 Stone-quarrying Many of the beds of oolitic limestone which yield Bath Stone lie in north-west Wiltshire . 378 Box Hill is the centre of the quarrying area and provides the best stone. Portland beds occur in the western end

    Hackney Protestant Nonconformity

    ch. at NW. corner of intersection with Dalston Lane and Pembury Rd. 1864. 95 Bldg. of Kentish rag with Box Hill stone dressings in Dec. style, seating 1,000 by 1894 , by Hen. Fuller: clerestory formed by rose windows, elaborate

    Index A - Z

    Ltd., 222 Box , Wm., 195, 197 Box , 106, 327, 332; Baynton quarry, 248; Blue Vein , 258; Box Hill , 247-9; Box tunnel, 248, 250, 280, 282; Chapel Ground, 249; Chapel Plaster, 258-60; estate at, 141; fishing, 363;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boats, can use them if he pleases on the sabbath; . he can go to 'Richmimond, Hampton Court, Windsor, Box Hill, or any of the places iiear this great town; but the man who does not possess those luxuries, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Merelith, passes the preater part of his life in a charming little villa beautifully sitnated sat the foot of Box Hill. His admirers may sometimes have the luck to catch a glimpse of him wending his way from the house Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Italy. At Vienna Sir Henry Ellot was hi pre- decessor. Mir. George Meredith, the eminent novelist, lives out at Box Hill. He holds that fine scenery fires the imagina- tion and produces a vastly better work. His work- room is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Di CAxrLAs Macsav,-The will of the late Dr. Charles Mackay, of Longridge Road, Earl's Court, formerly of Fermdell Cottage, Box Hill, who died on the 24th of December last, aged sevensy- five years, and was for nine years engaged on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    acoident occurred about five o'clock on Saturday eyedn.g to the "Perseverance" coach, which runs between London and Dor~king, via Box Hill. Captain Featber~ stone hoare was driving towards London on the road between Ewell and Worcester Park, when the leaders Subscribers-only content

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