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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Eton

    largest, Colenorton Brook, flows through Eton Wick , being there known by the name of the Common Ditch, and finally meets the Thames in the north-east of the parish. Eton , with Eton Wick , has an acreage of 778

    Parishes Dorney DORNEY COURT

    common is partly in the liberty of Boveney and is intersected by roads and footpaths leading to Boveney and Eton Wick . Among the place-names which occur on documents referring to Dorney is Duning's Close in the 17th century, which

    Parishes Burnham with Lower Boveney

    it was ecclesiastically annexed to Eton , to which it is co ntiguous. New Town , a part of Eton Wick , is partly in Boveney and consists of streets of small artisans' houses. In the north part of Boveney

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, E

    ] , co. York, 200. Eton , co. Bucks, 177; manor of, Mustians Farm and Ward Mead in, 176. Eton Wick , co. Bucks, 176; Saddock's farm in, 176. Etteringham , Ralph, lands in Northumberland, 421. Etton , Eaton, co.

    Index of persons and Places, C

    Rowland, lieutenant, Bolton's regiment, 274. Cock , , deputy to Receiver of taxes for Norfolk, 84. Cock Close , [Eton Wick, co. Bucks. ] , 176. Cockbush [?co. Sussex ] , 69. Cockle Park , Cockell Park, co. Northumberland, 413.

    Index of persons and Places, S

    See Fitzroy, Charles. Southampton , Earl of. See Wriothesley, Thomas. Southburn , Southbourne, co. York, 197. Southfield , Soutfield, [Eton Wick ] , co. Bucks., 176, Southkirkland , co. York, 199. Southwark , co. Surrey 159, 192; Bridge Foot and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seems that frequent complaints havo been made to the railvay authorities of stone-thlrowving at trains in the vicinity of Eton Wick, and tavo Eton boys have confessed to the dangerous pastimue. Now that Royalty has been in peril it will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ lier Guards, was convicted of being found upon the pre- mises of 'T'hoomns Quartermsan, of the Three Horfseshoes, Eton Wick, for unlawful rui-poses. Hoe was sentenced to a 2nonth'a iinl)risonment with hard labour. . A noveruent has been started Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to by sympathisers of German origin in America. A very beautiful rainbow, tics are of which Wcas apparently betwvecn Eton Wick and the Castle, was visible at a quarter-past one o'clock on Friday at Windsor. Professor Moses Colt Tyler, author Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been a great extension of the flood- ing over the lausds bordering on its bahitss. The water runs across Eton Wick IRoad, and is now all round Garduers' Cottages, ICleoer. ThIe South Meadows, Eton, ace also flooded and many hundreds Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the large upright picture over the doorway by William 13. Harris, entitled "Late Autumn: on the Old Road to Eton Wick, near Windsor" (418), with distant view of the towers of Windsor; but the effect of the stately elms, which Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Fourth autumn exhibition, 1886., 1886

    Robert , c/o C. Rowley & Co., Boond Street, New Cioss, Manchestei, 41. Harris William E., Eton Wick , near Windsoi, 4. Hasthng Miss Annie E ., 9, Albert Square , Manchester . 21. Hatton Miss H. H., 14, Titchfield Subscribers-only content

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