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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Boarhunt Boarhunt Church

    From the Portsdown heights fine views can be obtained of the surrounding country. To the north stretches the Forest of Bere , whi le to the south there are spread open to the view Portsmouth Harbour with its shipping, Portsmouth

    Parishes Southwick

    lies to the north, and there are many detached woods and copses. Southwick Park also covers a wide area. The road which skirts the north-west of the park passes through the midst of the Forest of Bere ,

    Parishes Bedhampton

    20 acres. The north-west part of the parish of Bedhampton is thickly wooded, once forming part of the Forest of Bere , which in early times extended as far south as the range of the Portsdown Hills. The road which

    Parishes Wickham

    there is a small group of cottages built by squatters, who encroached on the crown lands of the Forest of Bere . Rookesbury, a large house on the Droxford road , is the seat of the Garnier family, though now

    Parishes Soberton Soberton Church

    the Forest of Bere . The River Meon forms the western boundary of the parish, which is, on the whole, low-lying, containing much marsh and heath, and many scattered copses, probably detached portions of the Forest of Bere . The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lesias did not obscure the iuferiar orb of Ir. BiuraeU'Cs. R. l. At Yir. Trtirsa's private Gallery the Forest of Bere 1hs been bokight bv the Earl of ECREMON., the PUr- fleet bv Lord EssEx; and the Demolition of Pope's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Forest of Dean: Salcey Forest, Northamp. tonshire; the Forests of Holt and Woolmer, Hampshire; Delamere Forest, Cheshire; the Forest of Bere, Hampshire; Chopwell Woods, Durham; and Eltham Woods, Kent. The statements made by vari- ous witnesses with regard to depredations Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Wight, Hlayling near I Island Portsdown 'lill. the Mavant Thicket, originralls part of the the lag anoient Forest of Bere. In the foreground of this delightfrl picture Lot! ir8 thn charming lake, with three Islands, handsome bridges, unmmer- tainini Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Forest of Dean; Salcey Forest, Northamptonshire; the Forests of Holt and Woolmer, Hampshire; Delamere Forest, Cheshire the Forest of Bere, Hampshire; Chopwell Woods, Durham; and Eltham. Woods, Kent. The statements mado by various witnesses with regard to depredations and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    smuggling propensities of those who resided in its neighbourhood; on the other hand ivs Waltham Chase and the Forest of Bere, inhabited by the ," Waltham Blacks," a race cele. brated by no loss a person than WnLm CoB31=, who Subscribers-only content

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