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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Mary Extra

    was a private one, the result of the efforts of Captain Richard Smith of Pear Tree , governor of Calshot Castle , who urged the necessity of a church nearer than that of St. Mary , Southampton , from which

    Parishes Fawley

    Farm, until it reaches Hillhead , the Fawley beach. Here a narrow strip of shingle connects the mainland with Calshot Castle , a small fort built by Henry VIII with stones from the ruins of Beaulieu Abbey . The arms

    The borough of Southampton General historical account INDEX MAP to the TOWN and COUNTY of SOUTHAMPTON

    their position within one of the finest harbours of England , with a deep-water channel 5 miles long from Calshot Castle at its entrance to Southampton . The double tide 368 also at this port is of extreme value to

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 13th September 1833

    a piece of the linen which was wrapped round the Mummy, and gave it me. We then went to Calshot Castle where we embarked. We landed at East Cowes . We came home at ½ past 5. At 7 we

    Friday 13th September 1833

    a piece of the linnen which was wrapped round the Mummy, and gave it me. We then went to Calshot Castle where we embarked. We landed at East Cowes . We came home at ½ past 5. At 7 we

    Monday 28th August 1843

    At ½ p. 12, we got under weigh; it was raining most provokingly & was quite hazy. We passed Calshot Castle , & then went very close to Cowes, where all the yachts of the Yacht Squadron were out, also,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BURRARD, Harry (1755-1813), of Calshot Castle, I.o.W.

    (1755-1813), of Calshot Castle, I.o.W. Constituency Dates Lymington 1780 June 1788 Lymington 1790 Apr. 1791 Lymington 1802 Dec. 1802 Ofifces Held 2nd lt. RA 1772; lt. 60 Ft. 1776, capt. 1777; maj. 14 Ft. 1786; capt. and lt.-col. 1 Ft.

    POWLETT, Francis (c.1643-96), of Amport, nr. Andover, Hants.

    spoils, New Forest 1676-80, assessment, Hants. 1677-80, Hants and Wilts. 1689-90; j.p. Hants. ?1678-80, by 1683-Apr. 1688, 1689-d.; capt. Calshot Castle 1689-d. Ofifces Held Capt. Lord Belasyse’s Ft. 1673-4. Biography Powlett’s father, a younger brother of the 5th Marquess of

    BETTESWORTH, Peter (1676-1738), of Brockenhurst, Hants.

    Thomas Bettesworth, was a captain in Colonel Richard Norton’s* regiment in the Parliamentary army, and was appointed governor of Calshot Castle, near Southampton, in the 1650s. His father, a younger son, was admitted to Lincoln’s Inn in 1649 and lived

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thinking that I each might be the Madrid. Precisely at two o'clock, however, the i Madrid" was descried rounding Calshot Castle, at the entrance of Southampton Water. The news flew like wildfire through the town. E The Mayor was immediately Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    advanced to the Government, leaving 152,7881. Is. in the Bank. An immense flock of wild geese pitched inside of Calshot Castle on Monday. They were estimated at 10,000 in number. The Solent sea was literally swarming with wild fowl. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Christmas Carol," at Manchester, about the end of this month. A royal sturgeon was caught in Southampton Water, near Calshot Castle, on Friday night. It was five feet long, and weighed about fifty pounds. A sturgeon was caught in Southampton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    instruction,-still, practically speaking, we should be liable to be sent, when a serious occasion occurred, the whole way to Calshot Castle or to Portsmouth, which is evidently out of the sphere of local volunteers. This being the case I should Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the Nab was made in nine hours twenty-five minutes and the actual run. ning time from Gravesend to Calshot Castle (195 miles) was nine hours fifty-one minutes, being faster by over two hours than the voyage has ever previously Subscribers-only content

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