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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Ulverscroft

    Reg. Burghersh, Inst., f. 154 b . Ibid. Farnham , Charnwood Forest , 120. Line. Reg. Buckingham , Inst. ii, f. 207 b . Ibid. Farnham , Charnwood Forest , 120. Ibid. 106. Visitations in Dioc. Linc . [ 1420-49

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Charley

    291 b . Cal. Pat., 1370-4 , 140; G. F. Farnham , Charnwood Forest and its Historians , 86. Cal. Pat., 1381-5 , 157. Farnham , Charnwood Forest , 86. Ibid. Visitations in Dioc. Linc . [ 1420-49 ] ,

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    Hinckley . The Cluniacs of Bermondsey had in the early 13th century a small property at Alderman's Haw, in Charnwood Forest , where there were usually three monks, 3 and the cell apparently still existed in 1278 . 4 When,

    Post-Dissolution house Cistercian abbey of Mount Saint Bernard

    Lisle, 4 a Roman Catholic gentleman living at Grace Dieu, who in 1835 offered to purchase an estate in Charnwood Forest and to present it to the Cistercian Order. The offer was accepted, and De Lisle bought 222 acres of

    House of Cistercian monks The abbey of Garendon

    Bardon , 8 in Leicestershire , at Costock 9 (Notts.), and at Heathcote 10 (Derbys.). The wild country of Charnwood Forest , in which Garendon lay, gave the monks opportunities for agricultural development of the type accomplished by many other

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    damp iii the hatching season induced cramp, which proved fatal to many birds. On the. extensive shooting grounds of Charnwood Forest, on the estates of the Earl of.Stainford, Earl Howe, Earl Londoun, and at Narboroogh Woods, good sport is promised. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the lst January' next. es 1'bhere no Allotment be made, the deposit wrill be forthwithMr-y turned without deduction. The Charnwood Forest Railway, which is ncarly 11 miles in length. cc commnences in ths thriving town of Loughborouglu. and terminated at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    admirable exhibition of in school hooks. and appliances.-A vote of thanks to the t president brought to a close a most successful conference, Do -The afternoon was devoted to excursions to Charnwood Forest and the Leicester Industrial. School at Desford. Subscribers-only content

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    and a little remindls us of somie of Mfr. G. D. Leslie's placid little maidens. MYr. Radelyffe, in "Ina Charnwood Forest," gives uis some veteran forms of stately oak trees, delineated w,ith firma, assuired, unhesitating- touch., The goodly youthinMissMartincau's "W Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late Mr. Hollings, In his "Roman Leicester," that the wild scenery described In "Lear" is drawn from that of Charnwood Forest, and that " Richard III." was suggested by a visit to the town where his remains were dishonoured after Subscribers-only content

 

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