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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Carisbrooke

    the north face inside the outer lines defends the 12th-century sally-port at the foot of the keep steps. PARKHURST FORESTPARKHURST FOREST was originally of far greater extent than it is at the present day, since it comprised some 3,000

    Parishes Calbourne

    the Crusade. 82 In 1304 timber required for the repair of the king's chapel in Swainstone was supplied from Parkhurst Forest . 83 There is a Bible Christian chapel and a Congregational chapel at Porchfield , built in 1808 .

    Parishes Newport

    Kitbridge , allotted in 1815 as compensation for the right of the inhabitants to sere and broken wood in Parkhurst Forest . The rents of about £15 a year are applied for the benefit of the poor. The poor formerly

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tons in High Meadow, 21 tocis in Alice Melt Forest, 95 tons in Bare sa:~ Forest, 30 tens in Parkhurst Forest, 785 tons in the New Forest, 75 n5tons in Windsor Park and Forest, and 23 tens 7 awl, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dowager Duchess of Atliole. Princess Christian droveoutthis morning with Lady Caroline Barrington. Prince Christian went out snootiug to-day in Parkhurst Forest, attended by Major-General F. H. Seymour. The Earl of Bradford has arrived at the Alexandra Hotel, Hyde Park Corner, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *hin the grounds this morning, accompanied by IePrincessmhristian. Prince Artaur and Prince Chris- le tian went out shooting in Parkhurst Forest to-day, IC attended by Colonel Ponsonby and Lieutenant i Picard. Col. Jeffreys, C.B., and Lieut-Col. Mon- is crieff had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    attended by the Ladies and Gentlemen-m- Waiting, were present for a short time. Prince; Christian went out shooting in Parkhurst Forest. Sir John, Simeon, Lieutenant General F. H. Sey- mnour, Lieutenant-Colonel Nason, and Captain Car- dew had the honour of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LJa.jion anbl Farictiee. THE COURT. OsBoRNr, SATZRDAY.-Prince Albert, accompanied' by the Duke of Parma, and attended by Colonel BOu- verie and Lieut.-Colonel Biddulph, went shooting yes-. terday in-Parkhurst Forest. At the Royal dinner party were the Duchess of Kent, Subscribers-only content

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