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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Capel

    is about 11 acres, the shape an ellipse, roughly speaking. The hill is thickly planted. Mr. Walters , of Bury Hill , Dorking , owned it and began the planting which makes the shape of the works harder to see,

    Parishes Upper Clatford

    1 The soil is light loam, the subsoil chalk. 2 The chief crops are wheat, barley, oats and turnips. Bury Hill and the extreme north-east corner of the parish are the only parts which rise above 300 ft., and either

    Parishes Dorking

    the present owner. Cubitt. Checkered or and gules a pile argent with a lion's head razed sable thereon . Bury Hill (in Westcote borough) is the seat of Mr. Robert Barclay , representative of the ancient Scottish house of Barclay

    Royal forests

    it; Andrews and Dury , Map (W.A.S. Rec. Brch.), pl. 17. Duchy Rag and Poucher's Rag lay N. of Bury Hill , and Keynes Rag to the S. of it: see map based on a map of temp. Eliz. I

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BARCLAY, Charles (1780-1855), of Bury Hill, Surr.

    (1780-1855), of Bury Hill, Surr. Constituency Dates Southwark 17 Feb 1815 51818 Dundalk 1826 51830 Surrey West 1835 51837 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Surr. 1842-3. Ofifces Held Capt. Loyal Britons vols. 1805. Biography Barclay, a Quaker, entered his father’s brewery, Barclay

    BARCLAY, Charles (1780-1855), of 43 Grosvenor Place, Mdx.

    land in Philadelphia, where his grandfather Alexander Barclay (1711-71) had been comptroller of customs, and estates in Surrey, including Bury Hill, which was close to his rented home at Betchworth Castle, near Dorking.[footnote] An accidental fire at the brewery caused

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II - volume 90, January 1-19, 1664, 01 January 1664-19 January 1664

    Edw. Bagot of Blyfield, Bart. George Digby, and Wm. Snead, high sheriff of Staffordshire, to seize John Wright, of Bury Hill, parish of Stone; also Mr. Elvis and Mr. Colings, with their papers. Minutes. Jan. 13. Warrant to Col. Frowde Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 16 November 1830, 16 November 1830-16 November 1830

    County of Lancaster , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Bury Hill: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at Bury Hill Chapel, Weston under Penyard , in the County of

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Audley; Alfreton; Axminster; A ccrington; Alsager Bank; Ashton in Mackerfield; Bradford; Burbage; Barrow; Burford; Borlorn; Bridge Illogan; Bamber Bridge; Bury Hill; Bawburgh; Bradworthy; Buxton; Barwell; Arnold; Halstead; Haddenham; Ripon; Darwen; Kirton in Lindsey; Rudstone; Kirkstall Forge; Swinton; Oakhampton; Hawnby; Foxholes;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Nowmarket; but, so far, the winter has been remarkably mild, and the Warren Hills, the Limekilna, and tho Bury Hill have been, with few excep. tlons, used regularly by trainers anxioue to push their teams along for early spring Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bargain-ApplV, I56, e l1h Stirtet. Berdtaley. °7'1 'OR 8rALE. Thorourh-hred BUNTER. by Hyperion. Rising threo yeara old.-Apply. Mr. Wood, Bury Hill Farm, Dllrit wich. 1 cl057 'OR SALEB, ea bandesoere H0SE813. dark Bay, need four yeers, qu16t F-aod ' Ieod. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t~ ivich.ld 000, M. Wud Bury Hill Fecrn rol wicb. 6057~~~~~~~~~~~oli Handsomo Day MARE viY fast; quiet to ride or drive. run A andemo a odDoao fo a Lildy; a eafa j imper; 5 yeirn 01.Aply, ,is Ennai nun IOtAl, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parmna, Timour, and New Holland doing their wvork on the Long Hill. Greaves sent Kaiser a mile gallop over Bury Hill, similar exercise being done by Hayhoe, jlul.'s Endyinion, Ventror, Hazeldean, and John Day. Brown's Shah, Advance, Pato, Athelney, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOTES, Yestereaiy. - Don Anmadeo lod Petrareh a i-lae striding gallop of ac enile anel e half. On the Bury Hill tan gallop Great Tom, Fetterlock, aessu SBRylerk had a real good epile over the Derby distance, F-rneman led Dandelion Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    [Bookplates, British, Armorial bookplates, Crest] ^ ^ ^ •^ 1^ .^ ^^ ^ A ^ ¦>v 0) ^ A\ ^ //w^^w /M?> y-^ojy)py^^y /(yrm^y (yyjyr>cmyh 7 jSuri/ Myy. /(yrm^y (yyjyr>cmyh 7 jSuri/ Myy. A ^ ¦>v 0) ^ A\ Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Wych Elm.; The Park and the Forest, 1841

    Forest [tree/bush, cart/wagon, mammal] Landscape near Bury Hill, with a woman approaching on horseback on a road lined with wych elm trees at right, and a man seated on a cart, travelling in the opposite direction behind; a man standing

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