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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The royal borough of Windsor Introduction

    year. The Long Walk , with its avenue of elms, runs southwards from the George IV gateway of the castle through the park in a straight line for 3 miles. At the end of the Long Walk is the bronze

    Windsor castle Architectural history

    elm trees in 1684 -6 'in y e upper and lower Avenue' apparently marks the beginning of the famous Long Walk in Windsor Park . King James 's reign ended in December 1688 , and for many years after no

    Street-Names Street-names

    applied only to the southern end, but by 1751 the whole lane was so called. Longwall (by 1772 ): Long Walk ( 1751 ). Magpie Lane (20th cent.): Gropecunt Lane ( c . 1230); Grope or Grape Lane (later 13th

    List of illustrations and maps

    : The Nave looking East " " " 70 Dogmersfield Park " House (2 views) 72 Elvetham Park: The Long Walk " " " 78 Greywell Church : The Rood Screen Hartley Wintney Common " " " 80 " "

    Parishes Bermondsey

    Mr. Janaway was preacher at 'the great barn in Bermondsey near Jamaica House ,' and Mr. Whitaker 'at the Long Walk near Bermondsey Church .' 63 The former was the founder of the congregation of the chapel in Jamaica Road

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'instvastly altered, to escape even the passing glance of a casual observer. Hlis late Majesty seldom droveacross to the Long Walk from the Castle because he was there Sore likely to le rrt by the Windsor people. His most private Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gate opposite the Long Walk, and alighted at the private entrance to the State Apa.rtments in the Quadrangle. A gusn was fred every five minutes during the day by the artillery stationed in the Long Walk, up to the time Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    well-dressed persons amusing themselves by pelting the bronze statue of George III., which has been recently erected in the Long Walk, and shouting with laughter, as the statue rung with their violence. If such is to be the fate of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the executors forthwith.-Britannia. WINDsoR LONG WALF.-It is stated that the whole line of road, from the entrance of the Long Walk to the double gates, will shortly be railed in; and horsemen and carriages wvill not be permitted, as heretofore, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the terrace and was proceeding across the grass in the Honie park towards the iron gates opposite to the Long Walk, a portion of the royal domains from which the public are excluded His lordship had proceeded some distance before Subscribers-only content


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