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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Salisbury Social life

    same year. 45 All these people visited the cathedral, Stonehenge , Old Sarum , and generally Wilton House and Longford Castle . In 1823 Fonthill Abbey was opened to the public, thus providing a further attraction for tourists, and for

    Parishes Chilmark

    Old Salisbury cathedral, the new Salisbury cathedral, 211 and in Wiltshire parish churches. 212 Later it was used in Longford Castle in Britford , Fonthill Abbey in Fonthill Gifford , 213 and Westminster Abbey . 214 The quarries were part

    Parishes Downton

    Whiteparish . 249 In 1619 Newhouse was said to be newly built. 250 Its similarity in some respects to Longford Castle in Britford and the fact that Edward, Lord Gorges (d. c . 1650), owned both houses have led to

    Parliamentary history 1529-1629

    Ho . of Commons , 299), or may have been returned in virtue of his family's recent establishment at Longford Castle . In 1591 Pembroke complained that Gorges was trying to supplant him as lessee of Downton : Hist. MSS.

    Westbury Manors

    Lord Lexinton it passed in c . 1718 to Sir Edward Desbouverie and descended in the Bouverie family of Longford Castle . In 1785 Jacob Pleydell -Bouverie, Earl of Radnor , sold much of the property to Gaisford Gibbs and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the most respectable inhabitants. The people at Fareham paid his Lord- ship similar honours; and on his arrival at Longford Castle, near Salis- bury, the seat of Lord Radnor, a public meeting of the inhabitants was called, when an address Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also the usual va iety of orcre articles, and is em- bellished with a Plateof the Steel Chair at Longford Castle. Price s. Sd. Nichols and Son, 46 King street, Wcstminsror. TH:E EDINBURGH REVIEW, No. CLXVI, ia THIlS DAY published. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Undine, and Garland. MARRIAGE IN I-IGoH LIFr.-A marriage is shortev tv take place between R. M. Leche, Esq., of Longford Castle, Shropshire, and the eldest daughter of the H-oll, Newton and Lady C. Fellowes. The bridegroom is neplew of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son. HAMLTOX-Noveraber 13, at 14 Cheshahm place, Belgrave square, the Nion tirs Hamilten, ef a daeghter. FOLKEitSTOaNE-Novemetber 8, at Longford Castle, the Viscountess Folkestone, of a daughter. Xiarriagr!5. BP.OOliS-PAKENHAML-October 19, at the British Embassy, Floretnce, Gerard Lakte, youngest see of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Whittinghame, Preston Kirk, N. B., the LadyBlanche Bal- four, of a son. On the 26th nIlt., at Longford Castle, the Vistountess FeDIcestone, prematurely, of a daughter, which survived only a short nthne. On the 24th ult., at Arbuthnott House, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Letters and Papers, July 1539, 11-15, 01 July 1539-31 July 1539

    Merionethshire held at Carnarvon on Monday after the feast of the Visitation of St. Mary 31 Hen. VIII. July. Longford Castle MS. 1258 . CROMWELL to LORD HUNGERFORD OF HAYTESBURY. Has received his letters touching the misdemeanour of Sir Nich.

    Index, B, 01 October 1592-30 June 1596

    the Neal in Connaught, 387. , John, 363. , Josias, wardship of, 387. Browne , Christopher, late constable of Longford Castle, 15, 16, 19, 21, 345. , , , examination of, 71. , , re-examination of, 78. , John, 14. Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, February 1540, 1-10, 01 February 1540-10 February 1540

    Let us not look for any defiance. Pp. 2 9 Feb. 185 . Cromwell to Lord Hungerford of Haytesbury. Longford Castle, MS. The King is informed that certain licences, foundations and other writings belonging to the Charterhouse of Henton, granted

    General Index, H, I, J, K, L, 01 January 1772-31 December 1775

    on the military establishment, & c. Irregularities noticed by the King in review returns, & c. Sale of commissions Longford Castle offered for cavalry barracks New pattern hats for regiments Additional pay for surgeon's mates Duelling in Number of 12,000 Subscribers-only content

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