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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Blenheim Introduction

    m.) near High Lodge and is divided from Great Park on the north by a steep dry valley, penetrated at its south-eastern end by an arm of the lake; Great Park is a wide, open plateau rising near the centre

    Parishes Cuddington

    41 and in 1654 -6 the Great Park and Worcester House were purchased by Colonel Thomas Pride , 42 who died in 1658 at Worcester House , the house in the Great Park . At the Restoration Nonsuch House and

    Parishes Stratfield Mortimer

    the ' Little Park ' first mentioned in 1304 . 3 The Great Park lay further north; its name survives in Great Park Farm and in Great Park Copse, on the borders of Wokefield and Sulhamstead Bannister, now one of

    Parishes Old Windsor

    of Coworth lies in the south of Old Windsor . The parish, which includes a large proportion of the Great Park and part of Virginia Water , has an area of 4,320 acres, of which 2,961 are permanent grass, 488

    Parishes Beaudesert [ Plan of Beaudesert church ]

    legs. 6 The castle was surrounded by two parks. A park is mentioned in 1296 , 7 and the Great Park and the Little Park , the former including 300 acres of wood, thirty years later. 8 The account roll

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ITHE EXAMINER.: LONDON: SVNEDAY, FEBRUARY 17. THE Curious -official reports, that have appeared in the Fmeh papers, arejfull of mere bombast. They are such prQductions as are read through with a sort of half-smile that only wait for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    witlhout limit oF restrailit.' 'flie Telegragh at the Horce Guarils con-mminicates to tle King, at hIIS retreat in Wintdcsor Great Park, the piro- ceediolgs in tie House of Lords every half hour. As his TvMajesty receives I7is iitformitiotn only fromn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Queen and her daughters, all therestwec uncomfortable, and loany of theni in a ruoooas condition. The Cottswe in the Great Park, after a lavish expense of some hundreds ofthousnrdsofpounds, is fourd at last to lie damip and unhealthy. It is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Royal to'riages wereordered out for a drive through the Great Park. The King, uO1llIPanied by the Marchioness of Conyinghann, drove off about seven. qs carriage was followed by an open Iandaua in which were the Mar- Iquiof Celynghmat Lady Harriet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir Edward Howorth, of the Royal Roera Artillery, K.C.B. and G.C.B. On rWednesday week, at his seat, Biahpepgate, Winedor Great Park, Pow ney, 'sq . ''I'hed'deceased W Beiad witi 'ait of apoplexy whilehe was in. h'is retiring room, anld was Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    : township Park Close (Parke Close) : fieldname Fish Garth Close (Fish Garth Close) : fieldname Topcliffe Parks (Topcliffe Parkes) : fieldname Stanger Heads (Stranger Heades) : fieldname Cole Hagg Fields (Colehaggfeildes) : fieldname Great Park (Great Parke) : township


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