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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cuddington

    Farmer . It is not on the site of the palace, but is on the confines of the old Little Park , in which the palace stood. It was built for Mr. Samuel Farmer by Sir Jeffrey Wyattville, in supposed

    Enfield Local government Urban District (Later Borough) of Enfield . London Borough of Enfield .

    until 1888, when Little Park , Gentleman's Row, was bought as council offices. 40 Land for a new town hall in Church Street was purchased in 1902 41 but the U. D.C. remained at Little Park until 1961, when the

    Parishes Wootton Bassett Wootton Bassett , c. 1773

    two parks emerge, namely the Great and the Little Park of Vastern . Assuming that the present ( 1967 ) Little Park estate represents approximately the region of the Little Park of Vastern , the Great Park occupied the most

    Parishes Weston Patrick

    in 1316 -17 to Henry de Lancaster and his wife Maud . 14 Two woods called the Great and Little Park were included in the grant of the manor of Weston to Laurence Herwood and Stephen Tennant in 1546 -7.

    Parishes Stratfield Mortimer

    about half a mile southeast of the village, and further in the same direction is Little Park Farm, which commemorates the ' Little Park ' first mentioned in 1304 . 3 The Great Park lay further north; its name survives

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. George Robins's Offices, Covent- garden; and Messrs. Holme, Frampton, and Loftus, Solicitors, New Inn. In Somnerset.-Compton Castle, its Little Park, and Ornamental Waters, and Sporting over two thousand acres of Land, within Five miles of Castle Cary and Sherborue, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -The review appointed for Monday took place in the Little Park at two o'clock. The troops reviewed were the regiment of Royal Horse Guards (Blue), the 10th Royal Hussars, and the Grenadier Guards. About half-past one o'clock her Majesty's favourite Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rising on Sunday, and the next day the waters were still on the increase. A great portion of the Little Park, near Datcliet, was flooded to the depth of seve- ral feet. The Brocos, at Eton, was similarly figoded, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Consort- Dublin Etvening Mail. Her Majesty has been able to take exercise daily on the Terrace ,and in the Little Park. The Queen Dowager continues to make a gradual pro- gress to convalescence. The Ministerial papers state that the Duke Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seal of the Corporation was ordered to be affixed tao the conveyance' of pXoperty at the corner. r' of Little Park gSttectI;whiolt tle Corporationi bave a64uired ofor the purpose o'v widening and improving the thorough- tfare.-The report of the Medical Subscribers-only content


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