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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Jersey, whe has been missing since Wed. nesday afternoon. His lordship and family are at present residing at East Lodge, Upper Rock Gardene- It appears that at five o'clock on Wednesday afternoon her ladyship retired to her room, with Subscribers-only content

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    for Newcastle, en toaaid to Carlisle, on their way to Gretna Green; so that whern it was discovered at East Lodge, Brighton, that Lady Adela had so utaccountably disappeared, the lovers E-eO on the road to Scotland. It was also Subscribers-only content

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    wbo ha(d lost his right hand, (Druid's Home Lodge, Stalybridge district), £15. James Wine, fractured arm (Star of the East Lodge, London dis- trict) 10.; Thomas Crawslhaw, foot injury, likely to involve amputation (Huvelock Lodge, lanchester No. 1 district), £'10.; Subscribers-only content

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    vice-chairman. The hall was neatly decorated, and sithout one hundred geutleseon joinlCi ill the festival. Mr. Teurrnan Mlosley, of East Lodge (the present Chairman of thie Ieard), ocesipied the chair, and M~r. Saneuel Faulkner, of Harten, thne vicc-charsi. Amongst the Subscribers-only content

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    12, Preston Cross, at 11. LuDLOW.-Tuesday, January 2, The Kennels, at 10.30. MsYNAnL.-Tlhla dy, DIecember5'0, oxley; Mohnday, Jnnuary 1, East Lodge, Needwood 'ieest Tuesdtayv , Sudbury Coppice; Thursday, 4, Stestsoss Loek * Saturday, 0tdshartiey, at 11. PYToIunLV.-This day, December 30, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, October 1685, 21-31, 12 October 1685-20 October 1685

    and viewed the lodges and rails of East Walk and Creech Walk, and find repairs (detailed) needed at the East Lodge, which is the chief lodge and has 20 acres enclosed for the relief of the deer. Creech lodge is

    Entry Book, March 1686, 21-31 , 21 March 1686-31 March 1686

    East Walk and Creech Walk in Beare Forest or the Forest of Southbeare, co. Southampton (viz. the repair of East Lodge and West Lodge and the new building of Creech Lodge and the enclosing of Mislingford Coppice) as petitioned for

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    1892; records of the King's title, 1909; timber in, 371; Walks and Lodges in see New Forest (East Walk, East Lodge, Creech Walk, Creech Lodge, West Lodge, Misslingford Coppice). Bolder [ or Boldroad ] Walk, 627. Boldroad Lodge in Fratham

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