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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Swaffham Bulbeck The Swaffhams: Settlements and Open Fields c. 1790

    1678 , f. 66v. Census , 1881-1991 . For the village layout before 1800, J. Chapman , Map of Newmarket Heath [ 1768 ] ; C.R.O., L 87/3 (incl. map 1800-1 ). See map 19. e.g. P.R.O., HO 107/72 (5),

    Staploe Hundred

    Landwade , including the church and Hall, was transferred to Suffolk . At the same time the part of Newmarket Heath at the southern end of Burwell , apparently south of the line of the Newmarket bypass, was also transferred

    Parishes Stetchworth

    , 1 covers 2,891 a. 2 It stretches for 6 miles from Newmarket Heath in the north-west to the county boundary to the south-east, and is c . 1 mile wide. The land rises gradually from 100 ft. on the

    Swaffham Prior

    7, pp. 372-4. Six gaps N. of turnpike existing in late 18th cent. shown: J. Chapman , Map of Newmarket Heath [ 1768 ] . V.C.H. Cambs . i. 403-4. Figures given to 1831 include, unless otherwise stated, the Swaffham

    Cheveley Cheveley c. 1800

    122; R. Onslow , Headquarters: A Hist. of Newmarket and its Racing , 11; J. Chapman , Map of Newmarket Heath [ 1768 ] ; J. Bodger , View of Horses Taking Exercise up Warren Hill [ 1790 ] (copy

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GEORGE HAWKINS, EsQ. -This was an action of trespass to try the right of the public to go upon 'Newmarket Heath -during the races, It was decided in the negative by a verdict for the plaintiff-Damages, One Shilling. SALesau RY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prohibit reports of their proceedings, by formally Warning Mr Willes (the sporting corre- spondent of the Morning Post) off Newmarket Heath, their property, for refusing to apologize for certain terms employed by him in a letter signed " Argus." The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to penal servitude for four years. In the case of the Jockey Club v. A'gsus (Mr Willis), for trespass on Newmarket Heath, the Court of Queen's Bench decides for the plaintiff (Lord Coventry), on the pleas of custom and right. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    visitor that there is quality in the work, and of a kind, too, anything but common. "Gipsies tramping along Newmarket Heath on the morn- ing of the race " (94 3), by V. Prinsep, is a clean, clear, severe bit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    should ask in the Honse whether the provisions of the Bill extended to Tattersall's and the enclo- sure at Newmarket Heath, and other such resorts of the betting aristocracy, and should receive in reply an explicit assurance that its operation Subscribers-only content

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