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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Quedgeley Economic history

    dealt with only 24 a. of open arable and meadow, lying in Long Meadow in the north, Nash field, Long Hill and Little Hasbrook field in the south-east, and Whaddons Hill on the east side of the parish. Twenty-five people

    Cheveley Cheveley c. 1800

    was much used for exercising racehorses. 58 Gallops were set out along both flanks of Warr en Hill , Long Hill gallop to the north and Side Hill gallop to the south. On the hill top in 1768 stood two

    Parishes Loxley

    400 ft. on top of the ridge that bounds the valley on its southern side. From the ridge, at Long Hill overlooking Goldicote, there are extensive views of the Malvern Hills , the Cotswolds, and the Avon valley. The main

    Parishes St. Clement's

    The names of furlongs in use in the 17th century include Over and Nether Prestmore, Huscote, St. Clement's End, Long Hill , and St. Edmund's Furlong . 92 Davis's map ( 1797 ) shows that inclosure had extended beyond the

    Lower Beeding Lower Beeding c. 1875

    road via Dorking . 32 In the south the road from Cowfold to St. Leonard 's Forest, known as Long Hill in 1982 , existed by 1530 . 33 By 1724 the higher southern part of Plummers Plain , near

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Falmouth, Springdal Llber- viol. no tor Sabletall, Suteon, Flyaway Tom, Glennarn, Howdie, aud not n" anu Aceallerato trotted over Long Hill towards the private the *9t. grounds, There was little else doing. , thei on Tus ENGLISH CRICKET TEAM IN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bnarracks, and the division an opposing force atttmpting to dislodge them. For this purpose the aitillery formed up on Long Hill and ryasteck Ridge, and opened a trememidous cannonade, under cover of which the infantry, supported on both flanks by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be restored to his usual strength. NENvIMAR ET.-The Jockey Club have become tenanats of the Sheepwalk, known as the Long Hill, Warren Hill, and Side Hill Gallops, on the east end of the town. They will now have it in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    caused a change of front to be mxdea Ivhen the whole of tho infantry in one line advanuped from Long Hill to Eelmoor Hill. Here a halt was 'Made, an a fire was delivered, which had the eaeot of measing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (loing similar preliminary work to that of the csack, went a splitting two miles gallop. Joninnigs was on the Long Hill where Trombone was the pilot of Feu d'Ainour, Ecossais, anti Boulet, in a fine etle and a-hanlf spin, after Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    John Green, Theft, 03/09/1719

    his Pocket of his Handkerchief on Long Hill , and run away with it. The Prisoner in his Defence said, that he had been at his Sisters, and seeing a Crow'd on Long Hill, stopt to see what was the

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