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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bedhampton

    about 11/2 miles in breadth at the widest part and 61/2 miles in length; its southern part extending down Langstone Harbour nearly as far as the South Hayling farm, and including the four islands, Baker's Island , Long Island ,

    Hayling Island

    Nevertheless it was inaccessible in heavy weather before 1823, when an Act was passed for building a bridge across Langstone Harbour from Havant up to the Ferry House in North Hayling . 2 The single line of railway to Langstone

    Warblington Warblington Church

    leads northwards towards Eastleigh , and another, known as Pook Lane, 1 winds its way through the meadows to Langstone Harbour . Most of the southern part of the parish is well-watered pasture-land. Of the whole parish 663 acres are

    The parish and liberty of Havant INDEX MAP to the LIBERTY OF HAVANT

    is also connected with Hayling by the Hayling Island Railway , laid down in 1851 , 10 which crosses Langstone Harbour . The shore along the harbour is in most places shingly. The fishery, which was once of considerable importance,

    Parishes Farlington

    cent.) Farlington is a parish running northwards from Langstone Harbour with a nearly uniform width of about a mile and a quarter, its extreme length being a little over four miles. The parish included in 1831 the villages of Purbrook

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Isle of Wight, to develope H-ayling R Island, which is an agreeable sea-bathing place, and e to utilise Langstone Harbour, by constructing a line Sl of railway which shall unite those places with the u Brighton and South-Western systems. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reported. LA, lusTof rHAayousa-On the motion of Mr. BERKELEY, copy of memorial to the Admiralty on the subject of Langstone Harbour. PARLIAMENTAh Y Ctmed AND Bosbouaes.-On the motion of Sir W. anse, return setting forth, in columns, the names of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that the Government land in the neighbourhood of Lumps Fort, and extend- ing to the eastward sb fu v Langstone Harbour, which only a few years age wu unreclaimed waste, has been brought under cultivation by the men of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and was in j.ight foF twenty-six minutes, at which time it disappeared in a distant cloud. hiving pasted over Langstone Harbour and ILivai.f, towards Midhurst. Mr. Green was nccompaaitsd iv bis aerial excursion by a gen- :-e;uan whose name we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of W&TtL „£.W *""*• etemner ||i I , «l>^lTihl^^L! Paddle baa been acquired, and it is inteTd^to^u £?**** from Langstone Harbour to Bred^ A -1!^ ""** erectedat Langstone, and a line of railwJ to * to the water's edge. On Subscribers-only content

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