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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools St. Marylebone Grammar School

    , in many ways the third founder of the school, a playingfield was acquired, a country base established near Leith Hill (Surr.), and artistic activities were developed. Du ring the Second World War the school was evacuated to Cornwall .

    Parishes Wotton

    the northern slopes of Leith Hill , and run first from south to north and then east to west towards the Wey, uniting at Wotton House . The streams on the other slope of Leith Hill run to the Arun.

    Parishes Abinger

    panoramic view only surpassed by that from Leith Hill , which, 100 ft. higher, here cuts off the country to the east. But the growth of trees on the back of Leith Hill intercepts the sight northward, except from the

    Parishes Capel

    soil of the greater part is Wealden Clay, but the north-west part abuts upon the high Green Sands of Leith Hill and Coldharbour Common , rising to 900ft. above the sea. In this part of the parish there was a

    Parishes Merrow

    the foot of the chalk escarpment runs eastward with the spire of Shere Church appearing among the trees. The Leith Hill range is across the south-eastern horizon. In front the rising ground of the sand, at a lower level than

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    * hill-top " water, on the contrary, is described as being the pure rain fail of the Hind-head, the Leith Hill, and the neighbouring barren ranges, filtered through the clean sand of thoseuplands, and gushing out below in pure soft Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the Hindhead, Leith Hill a-ad the Holmwood, Dorking and the Vale of Albury, afford Mr. Jennings pleasant excur- sions and the texts for much delightful prosing. We wish perhaps that from the top of Leith Hill, whence, as he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    town, recruiting his jaded energies from Saturday to Monday by the free breezes which blow over the weald near Leith Hill, and, for anything we know, occupying himself by the contemplation of the speckled beauties to be fre- quently seen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    relieved against a blue background, the lips lightly parted, and the fine grey eyes full of expression; "Stone Quarry, Leith Hill " (323), by Frank Walton, a sober harmony of sandy common and Sootch firs ; " A MiLsty Morning Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tiever been out of the po.insesion of the family for Whom it was paeited~ 80 -guincats. J. Linnoll, 18.55, "Leith Hill, Surrvy," a beautiful work, fyom the collection of Mr. W. Woetnered-9'3 guineas. Sir C. Elnstlake, P.R.A.,' the Erectheum at Subscribers-only content

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