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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Malvern

    which passes along the top of the Malvern Hills , forms the western boundary of the parish. Broad Down and Hangman's Hill are two pieces of common land on the Malvern Hills . Behind the church the ground rises very

    Parishes Hanley Castle

    parish of Malvern Wells was formed from it, 2 stretched from the River Severn on the east to the Malvern Hills on the west. The parish, exclusive of Malvern Wells , has an area of 4,423 acres, of which 1,098

    Parishes Welland

    , which is situated in the centre of the parish, at the foot of the eastern slopes of the Malvern Hills , upon the main road, about 2 miles west of Upton-on-Severn . Upon the south side of the road

    Parishes Mathon

    of Mathon , now known as West Malvern , forms a parish on the west side of the Malvern Hills . Mathon was formerly partly in Worcestershire and partly in Herefordshire and most of the original parish is now the

    Parishes Castlemorton

    Marl. In the east, near Longdon , the surface is rather flat, but the land rises rapidly towards the Malvern Hills , which form the western boundary of the parish. The highest point is Swinyard Hill , about 800 ft.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of trees, besides large quantities of game in other places.-However improbable the announce. ruent may sound, it is true; Malvern Hills are on fire, and at the present time the " devouring element " is extending its ravages. We have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK. An accident happened at the Malton Railway Station on Saturday, by which a porter named Rawling had one foot cut off, the other partly so, and his skull cracked. He was uncoupling some horse- boxes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    them- selves with Cain's acquittal. A solicitor of note, in a small market town upon the other side of Malvern Hills, had offices opposite his house kept by a slender little woman, Mrs Baker, recently a widow. She was a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The same paper under the same date, says: " General M'Clellan established his head-quarters on Monday, (30th Jone), on Malvern Hills, one mile back of Turkey Island Bend. At two o'clock on Monday evening firing was heard for two hours Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    springs are failing, rendering economy in the use of water for all purposes necessary. The celebrated springs on the Malvern Hills are almost dried up, and water-drinkers find their pure beverage almost as costly as alcoholic drinks. Railw8y trains have Subscribers-only content


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