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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, P, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    394. London to Hartford Bridge (Harfart Breg), 383. Margate to Dartford, 262, 303. Plymouth to Andover, 428. Plymouth to Hartford Bridge, 79, 492, 530. Plymouth to Staines, 420. Rochester to Dartford, 451. Salisbury to Hartford Bridge, 325. Sandwich to Dartford,

    Index, P, 01 January 1602-31 March 1603

    Jersey to Hartford Bridge, 239. Marchefeald to (Hounsslow) Hounslow, 54. Padstow to Hartford Bridge (Hartfort Brug), 45. Pendennis Castle to Basingstoke, 98. Plymouth to Andover, 290. Plymouth to Basingstoke, 48. Plymouth to Crewkern, 79. Plymouth to Hartford Bridge (Harfort Borg),

    Cecil Papers, August 1597, 1-15, 01 August 1597-15 August 1597

    at Sherburne the 6th of August at 3 in the afternoon. Andover, 7 th , 8.30 a.m. Basingstoke, 12. Hartford Bridge, 2 p.m. Staines, 5 p.m. Holograph . p. ( 54. 10.) The enclosure : 1597, Aug. 6. The Earl

    Cecil Papers, October 1609, 01 October 1609-31 October 1609

    ten at night being Wednesday. Received at Basingstoke the 2 of November past eight in the morning. Rec. at Hartford Bridge the 2 of November past eleven o'clock. Received at Stanes the second of November past 6 at night.' Thomas

    Declared Accounts, 1708, Post Office, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    11 1 0 John Smith of Bodmin 18 10 9 Blythe Haycroft of 2 12 6 Edward Downes of Hartford Bridge 44 6 4 John Beauchamp of 'Stanes' 32 7 7 Grace Carr of Belford 7 9 5 John Turner

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 6th November 1833

    Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version Hartford Bridge Lord Esher's typescripts Volume 1 1st August 1832-8th September 1835 Volume Page Nos 50-51 Featured Names Dash Dashy Lady Catherine Sir John Featured Places Basingstoke Hartford Bridge Popham Lane Southampton

    Wednesday 6th November 1833

    behaved so well. We next came to Pophan Lane. We passed throught Basingstoke . At 5 we arrived at Hartford Bridge , a single house. It is an excellent inn, so comfortable and clean. At ½ past 6 we dined.

    Thursday 7th November 1833

    and got up at ½ past 7. At ½ past 8 we breakfasted. At ½ past 9 we left Hartford Bridge . We came next to Bagshot . We receive there two bouquets and a letter from my Aunt Gloucester

    Thursday 7th November 1833

    got up at ½ past 7. At ½ past 8 we breakfasted. At ½ past 9 we left Hartford Bridge . We came next to Bagshot . We receive there two bouquets and a letter from my Aunt Gloucester who

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Elvetham

    . A small church was built here in 1876 on the road which leads past Arlot's Farm to Malt House Farm and the Home Farm , and skirts Elvetham Park on the east. About a mile from Hartford Bridge

    Parishes Hartley Wintney

    village of Hartley Row lies on the main road from Bagshot to Basingstoke , and is entered by crossing Hartford Bridge and passing the golf links. After leaving the village this road leads on past Hartley Grange to Phoenix Green

    Parishes Hurst

    Council of State urged the establishment of a stage at Wokingham with good horses and guides to run to Hartford Bridge and Staines during the secretary's residence in the country. 11 Haines Hill came with Odes (q.v.) to the Bigg

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nanme the places; and asfar ss I can, the inns- at which this imiposition was praciised. These were the Grethtownd Iran, Wincantton; Hindon; fleptford Inn, Aymesbury; SSt-x andr Garter, Andover: Poyntz's Arms, Overton; Basingst6ke Hartford Bridge; and King's Armts, Bsgshot. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir Hope Grant will command the first-or stationary division at Aldershot, while Major-Gieneral Carey takes the 2nd division to Hartford Bridge i'lats, and Major-General Sir Charles Staveley the 3rd division to Woolmer. At the two last places the volunteers -will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lst Administrative Battalion Barks Rifles; Major Sir 0. P. Hunter, ditto; Major Warner,2nd Administrative Bstta- lion Middlesex Rifles. Station, Hartford Bridge IFlats. lst Administrative Battalion Berkshire Rifle Volunteers, Hon. Artillery Company (Infantiy)-500. 5th Battalion.-Lieutenant-Coloncl Taylor, 49th Middle- sex (Post Office) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    intense disgust of the infantry pickets which had been thrown out by the brigades of the 2nd Division at Hartford Bridge Flats. So many a sentry wrapped his great coat around him, and forgetting that he was supposed to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Common, where he will encamp. He may be expected to come into tratal collision with the enemy to-day. The Hartford Bridge Division fell back on the Hogsback, and will next week be joined by the third. TRADE DISPUTES. Work at Subscribers-only content

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