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    Ancient earthworks

    ft., and which commands a most extensive view on all sides but the south, where it is intercepted by Brill Hill , is a rectangular enclosure named ' The Wilderness ' and popularly called a Roman camp. It consists of Victoria County History

    Sport

    wheeling round to Boarstall Wood . From here, after bearing towards Hornage Copse, hounds gradually climbed the slopes of Brill Hill and with that village on the left entered Chinkwell Wood . The Rushbeds at Wootton were now traversed and Victoria County History

    Cecil Papers, May 1610, 01 May 1610-31 May 1610

    pleases you. Savoy, 29 May, 1610. Holograph Seal p . ( 128 127) Brill Hill, Barnwood Forest [1610 c . May ] Brief touching Brill Hill, alias Codley Corner, in Barnewood Forest, co. Bucks. The question concerns a lease thereof British History Online

    Index, G

    Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University Earl of Salisbury writes to, 323 Gode , Doctor. See Goad, Roger Godley Corner or Brill Hill , co. Bucks. 222 Godolphin , Sir William, of Breage, co. Cornwall named commissioner to investigate piracy in Cornwall, British History Online

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    Mr. 295 Brill (Briell), The [S. Holland, Netherlands ] 85, 199 Brill , co. Bucks. letter dated from, 63 Brill Hill. See Godley Corner Bringwood Forest (Bringewood Forest), co. Hereford 58 Briscoe (Briskow), Mr. 63 Briskow , Mr. See Briscoe British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is proevai by the fact iutbitt, eeoc of seriotus Cnless, or crmtteqiousn diodoertr its evec eotear.-cd ac rovee R'stse. Brill Hill, upon whIich the village le tittae Wlllntitctni5 5. imit dtelightful nod extensive prospeeut of 280 miles in IThe PreparatorF Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at one corner, then through Waterpeny and Horton Wood, to the quarters near Shobbington Wood, -Bucks, and on to Brill Hill; here he altered his course by turning to the left, and went like a shot through as fine agrass Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It is On high ground, taid mnost healthy part of cig the County. It comnmauds extensive views towards lIe Brill Hill and ovor the ad joining country. The Farm in is a compact one, bounded on oris side by the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Post Officc. It is oui high ground, and most healthy part of the County. It corlruands extensivo viiews towards Brill Hill and over the adjoining country. The Farm is a compact one, bounded on one side by the high road Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Office. It is on highll ground, Itud most healthy part of _ the Coulnitv. It consinailnds extensive views towards Brill Hill atin over the adjoiiug couuitry'. The Fuarm is it comlpact one, bounded on one side by tho high road Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Aylesbury or Thame for all the farm rould produce, and civil war planted neither drake nor cuWerin on Brill Hill. The old servants had vegetated a* best they miirht in the red house, their wnge of the scantiest ; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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