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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    students of history. Despite the well- meant efforts of Mr. Planch6 and Mr. Basil Champneys, the crumbling ruins of Camber Castle, built by Henry VIII., the red-tiled roof of the Cinque Port Rye, a flourishing town which often attracted the Subscribers-only content

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    borough gaolI the mouth of the harbour next ins- vited their attention, whence they proceeded to the rains of Camber Castle, and then to Winchelsea, On Saturday morning last the street leading from the market to the Gun Garden (recently Subscribers-only content

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    the borough gaol; the mouth of the harbour next invited their attention. whence they proceeded to the ruins of Camber Castle, and then to Winchelsea. On Saturday morning last the street leading from the market to the Gun Garden (recently Subscribers-only content

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    has feastcd. This is the art of beingxnatural, Persiam fashion. An appeal is smade to the wealthy to keep Camber Castle in preserrvtion. It stands, or rather tends to sink, on Romney Marsh, buetween V inchelsea and PRae,| and dates Subscribers-only content

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    had occurred, and he said that ho kissed the 'dead body of his wife and then started off towards Camber Castle, where he was seen by the boys shortly after the murder was committed ; and on tho way he Subscribers-only content

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