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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Melchet Park

    Mooreclose, Chilford, Dunwoode, Deane Hill , Burchwood, Duxmore, Colemore , Ash Deanes Cross, Shadowe ( Shade ) Oak , Langley Wood , Landford Wood, Deadmansford, Jennyspath, Blackhedge, Darckcorner, Redshute, Marke Oak , Revestrowde, Meanewood, Gatmoorepond, Donwood Lake , Abbotspond, Stagmoorehill,

    Royal forests Appendices CLARENDON PARK 1650 (Hoare, Mod. Wilts . Alderbury Hundred, 132-141).

    Wood . (Then in Wilts : Andrews and Dury , pl. 3. The bounds which follow are obscure until Langley Wood is reached; an attempt has therefore been made to interpolate bounds declared in 1619 : V.C.H. Hants , iv.

    Royal forests

    Privett Wood, belonging to Abbotstone ( Whiteparish ), 1123 and 'Loveras' Wood, pertaining to the manor of Cowesfield. 1124 Langley Wood , belonging to the Bishop of Salisbury , 1125 was within the forest, but exempt from the regard. The

    Index A-Z

    38-9, 54-5, 61, 73, 75-7 ind., 41-3 inns, 24 ' King John's Palace ', see Downton : Old Court Langley Wood, q.v . Long Close , see Wick Loosehanger, see Redlynch Lover, see Redlynch : Warminster Green man., 6, 11,

    Parishes Downton

    and hamlets, remained a single parish until the 19th century. Two extraparochial places bordered it, Langley Wood and No Man's Land . 4 Langley Wood had long been thought part of Whiteparish , which embraced it on three sides, and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MIGHETY SEA-WAVE. THE LAST REDOUBT. ByALFRED Astis-T. -FOR PERCIVAL." (With an Illustration.) Chap. IN.-Sissy looks into the Mirror. X.-In Langley Wood. XN.-Mean- whlile. XII.-"Well, what's gone from me? What have I lost in you ? " London: SMITH, ELDER, & Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SEA-WAVE. THE LAST REDOUBT. By ALrReD Are-rex, "FOR PERCIVAL." (With an Illustration.) Chap. IK.-Sissy looks into the Mirror. X-In Langley Wood. KL.-Mean- vwhile. XII.-" Well, what's gone from me? What have I lost in you ? " London: SMITH, ELDER, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the0 townshiPs of Lofthouse and Thorp, near Wakefteld, a together with the Bark, Top, and Underwood. t ery IN LANGLEY WOOD. r ur 28 Numbered OakTrees. 3 Alder Poles u we 223 Oak Poles. l 14 Poplar do. ed G8 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Poles. 0 Ash Poles. 11 Elm and Maple Folbs. 10 Oak Poles, P B3rch Poles. In Thorp lncrk. In Langley Wood, Lotibou .o 4 EMm Trees 14 larch Poles, A li the trees are numbered, and lbse poise ace erossed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UFFICACIOUS CURE for CORNS, BUNIONS, EVJ CALLOSITIES, &c., WITHOUT CUTTING, or causing the ightest pain, by Mr. BISENBERG, Author of " Practical Exposi. tien on the Human Foot," and " Diseases of the Feet." Mr. EISENBEltO'S system is at Subscribers-only content

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