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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Milford

    was an extension eastwards of Hordle parish and terminated in the curious shingle promontory on the extremity of which Hurst Castle stands. In about 1800 the sea began to encroach upon this coast-line, and the process having continued has resulted

    Parishes Bradley

    According to tradition Bradley Wood in the south-eastern corner of the parish contains the site of a castle called Hurst Castle . The soil is light and the subsoil chalk and gravel. Among early place-names may be mentioned Downewood, Brickhill

    Parishes Hordle

    7 ; Roselingesaker and la Bache (xiii cent.) 8 ; Tadebridge and la Langemede (xiv cent.). 9 CASTLE HURST CASTLEHURST CASTLE was erected by Henry VIII to defend the approach to Southampton Harbour against the French. The work was

    The borough of Yarmouth

    as Yarmouth was strongly situated, and was a necessary fort for holding up any ships which might get past Hurst Castle and Carey 's Sconce. 93 Repairs were undertaken at about this time, and were reported in 1603 as being

    Parishes Newport

    the daily brawls between Cavaliers and Puritans which we know took place, or the final departure of Charles for Hurst Castle . During the negotiations the king and his friends occupied the grammar school and the Parliamentary Commissioners the Bull

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 18th August 1851

    beautifully warm, & very calm, - the sea like oil. The yachts were racing & we went near to Hurst Castle to see them, passing through all the yachts in Cowes Roads. The little girls were highly delighted. Came home

    Monday 7th August 1854

    the afternoon we went out for a little in the "Fairy", going to Yarmouth & the new Fortifications opposite Hurst Castle , which are very good. - Mama &c -, Capt: & Mrs Denman to dinner, which was late, as

    Monday 29th July 1833

    Lehzen, and Sir John . She is to be towed by the Messenger steam-boat up to Weymouth. We passed Hurst Castle and the Needles Poor Mamma began to be dreadfully sick soon after, which was a great pity and was

    Monday 29th July 1833

    Lehzen, & Sir John . She is to be towed by the Messenger Steam-boat up to Weymouth. We passed Hurst Castle & the Needles . Poor Mamma began to be dreadfully sick soon after, which was a great pity &

    Wednesday 16th July 1845

    & embarked in the "Fairy", in which we made a little excursion, beyond Cowes, up to within sight of Hurst Castle , coming back along the Hampshire coast by Calshot &c. The "Fairy" flew along, & is a charming little

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was, in 1700, condemned to perpetual imprisonment for performing the functions of a Catholic priest. -e was confined in Hurst Castle, Southampton, where he died in 1729, in the seventy-fourth year of his age, and the thirtieth of his imprisonmenit. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the sea making any further encroachments on the town.-For some short time past those lofty cliffs which extend from Hurst Castle to Christchurch, on the coast of Hampshire, known under the name of " Hordle Cliffs," have been greatly encroached Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the N.E. half an hour sooner, they would have fetched into Christ Church Bay, and must have sighted the Hurst Castle lights, and safely made the Needles passage. A question was asked as to the time of tide when the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nothing about the matter, having no real taite for the sea, subject to sickness, and confining their trips to Hurst Castle to the west, Ryde and Portsmouth to the east, and preferring to them the Southampton water if a weather-tide Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the national defence. Asirnilar survey by Captain Gambier and Captain Gordon, R.E., has been made from Littleharrupton (Sussex) to Hurst Castle (Dorset), with the same object. On Wednesday week a board of military and scientific (civil) officers, presided over by Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOLMES, Henry (d. 1738), of Thorley, Yarmouth, I.o.W.

    Held Lt. coy. of Grenadiers Mar. 1687; lt. 8 Ft. Nov. 1687, capt. 1689, maj. 1692; capt. and gov. Hurst Castle 1683–95, 1702–14; lt.-gov. I.o.W. 1710–14. Ofifces Held Freeman, Southampton 1710. Biography Holmes started his career in the army, but

    DILLINGTON, Sir Tristram, 5th Bt. (c.1678-1721), of Knighton, I.o.W.

    Gds. 1703, brevet capt. 1707; lt.-col. 17 Ft. 1708; capt. and lt.-col. Coldstream Gds. 1709, 2nd maj. 1717; gov. Hurst Castle 1716–d. Biography As a younger son, Dillington made his career in the army and was present at Blenheim. Shortly

    HOLMES, Sir John (c.1640-83), of Yarmouth, I.o.W.

    Newtown IoW 1681 Ofifces Held Lt. RN 1664, capt. 1665, r.-adm. 1673-8; capt. of ft. [I] 1675; capt. of Hurst Castle, Hants 1675-d., Walmer Castle, Kent ?1679-d. Ofifces Held Keeper of New Park, New Forest by 1675-81; commr. for assessment,

    BURRARD, John (1646-98), of Walhampton, nr. Lymington, Hants.

    1672-3, 1692-5; commr. for assessment, Hants 1677-80, 1689-90, wastes and spoils, New Forest 1679; ranger, New Forest 1689-d.; gov. Hurst Castle ?1689-d.; lt.-col. of militia ft. Hants by 1697-d. Biography Burrard’s family had been prominent in the municipal life of

    BURRARD, John (c.1646-98), of Lymington, Hants.

    Freeman, Lymington 1667, mayor, 1672–3, 1692–5; freeman, Winchester by 1695; commr. spoils, New Forest 1679, ranger 1689–d.; gov. of Hurst Castle, Lymington by 1698–d. Biography In the general election of 1690 Burrard successfully contested Lymington, which he controlled in alliance

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Distant View of the Needles & Hurst Castle., 1823

    Distant View of the Needles & Hurst Castle. [boat/ship, castle/fort] Seascape, with boats and ship in foreground; rocky plateau and The Needles in background at left, Hurst Castle at right; within a rectangular border; illustration to Ayton's 'Voyage round Great

 

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