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  • * Victoria County History *

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    (to west) and Telegraph Hill (to east) rise above 500 ft. North of Compton and surrounding Little Green is Compton Park , a small part of Up Park in Harting parish. A road winds over the Downs from South Harting

    Salisbury Politics and parliamentary history since 1612

    in 1655 . 17 The conspirators, about 180 strong, and led by Sir Joseph Wagstaffe , Colonel Penruddock of Compton Park , and Colonel Hugh Grove of Chisenbury in Enford , entered Salisbury at dawn on Monday, 12 March .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was charged with stealing thirty gallons of cider, the property of Mr. Josiah Abbott, of Compton Park Farm. Mr. Burbury prosecuted, and Mr. Maltby defended the prisoner. From the evidence it appeared that the prosecutor allowed prisoner and another man Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 2 was laid in a fewy instances. At tiss clude, libve ever, sepon the retuse of members from Compton Park, 3 to 1 rouging MenwhilTe 100r0.30 aon anlwaystend;fere 7glea2 laid. 300 O 30 . Enterlsrise ~offered. 10 I1. lianoglaa(F-Wdauteli. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hospital, 3ut Birmingham.1 he Rev. J. Hussey, B.A., vicar of Compton Ohamberlayne of Wilts' patron, Mr. Charles Penruddocke, of Compton Park. it red Rev. H. Ovary, M.A., late senior curate of St. Andrew's, a( ki ym , vicar of St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pi Breaston. le Rev. Frederick Courtney Burrough; vicar of Compton ai Cliamberlayne, Wilts. Patron, MIr. C. Penruddocks, of ti Compton Park, i Rev. J. J. Cole, B.A.; incumbent of Upton. at Rev. Hilgrove Coxe, I.A.; perpet ual curate of South Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Risley with Breaston. Rev. F. C. Burrough, to Vicarage of Compton, Chamberlayne, Wilts. Patron, Mr. C. Penruddoeks, of Compton Park. Rev. J. J. Cole, to Incumbency of Upton. Rev. H. Coxe, to Perpetual Curacy of South Hinksey, Berks. Rev. Subscribers-only content

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