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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Monks Risborough

    Monks Rysborough (xvi cent.). The parish of Monks Risborough lies on the north-western slope of the Chiltern Hills , and is remarkably long and narrow in shape. Near Green Hailey Firs the land rises to a height of 813 ft.

    Parishes Great Hampden

    cent.). The parish of Hampden lies on the slopes of the Chiltern Hills , the greatest height being 7111/2 ft. above the ordnance datum at Hampden House . The subsoil is chalk, 1 and the surface clay and gravel. The

    Sport, ancient and modern Hunting: staghounds

    citizens granted to them by Henry I to hunt in Middlesex and Surrey and as far away as the Chiltern Hills . 15 In the reign of George I , 'riding on horseback and hunting with my Lord Mayor's hounds

    Parishes Cholesbury

    . 2 To the north-west of the village is a large prehistoric plateau camp, on a spur of the Chiltern Hills . Within the inclosure, to the south-west, stand the church and churchyard, near which are Berry Pond and Holly

    Parishes Ilmer

    having an extent of a little over 753 acres, lies low, to the north-west of the Chiltern Hills . The land is lowest, under 200 ft. above the ordnance datum, in the south, where two streams cross the parish flowing

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    soil, there is no part in which greater progress has been made than in the stock farms of thie Chiltern Hills. Whether you look at the broad lands of the farmer, or the patches of the cottage haboorer. or the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OXFORDSHIRE.-Oolonel Fans, after de- clining to come forward for Oxfordshire, has been induced to quit the seclusion of the Chiltern Hills, and to engage in another Fane and Dashwood contest for a county seat. Colonel Fane, in his address, states Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the dull season. A correspondeni of the rioivs, -,ho dAtes from the reluote village of Turville, in I the Chiltern Hills, says tlhegirlis eleven year's of age. { Since the 16th of May, 1871, "with the fullest opportunity of detecting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the early morning heav-y showers of rain and some- times hail fell at frequent intervals, and over the Chiltern Hills ominously dark clouds lowered. Nevertheless, by road hundreds of thie country people, amongst them many women, arrayed in their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of them probably modern. From St. Albans the road gradually climbs the bacr of the chalr ridge forming the Chiltern Hills. The main line of this ridge is passed at Dunstable. Here Watling Street cuts the probably still older Icknield Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    "Plundering and blundering": a political retrospect 1874-1879, 1879

    oration, " was born in the bosom of the Chiltern Hills ; as to this day our parliamentary career is terminated among its Hundreds. Buckinghamshire gave us the British Constitution in the seventeenth century, and it created the British Empire Subscribers-only content

    The journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England., 1840

    large and generally dis¬ tributed losses have occurred. Flocks confined to the gravels, chalks, and elevated parts of the Chiltern Hills , have, however, remained perfectly sound, indicating how closely connected is the prevalence of the disease with standing water Subscribers-only content

    Proceedings of the Central Chamber of Agriculture., 1897

    . 17 Prizes for acreage crops and pulled specimens. Wokingham . 13 Prizes for acreage crops and pulled specimens. Chiltern Hills . 12 Prizes for acreage crops and pulled specimens. Brentwood . 12 Prizes for acreage crops and pulled specimens. Subscribers-only content

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