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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Andersfield Hundred

    hundred lies east of the Quantock Hills and takes its name from the hamlet of Andersfield in Goathurst parish. It occupies part of the eastern slopes in a band stretching from the centre of the Quantock ridge to the outskirts

    Broomfield Economic history

    DD /S/WH 45, 253; ibid. Q/RLh 7, 20, 55, 77; Bristol R.O., 21789 (18). S.R.O., DD /WO 11/3. McDonnell, Quantock Hills A.O.N.B.: Arch. Survey , 9-10, 39. S.R.O., DD /S/WH 235. Ibid. tithe award. Ibid. P.R.O., RG 10/ 2383 ;

    Broomfield Broomfield 1838

    xxxi. 463. Hants R.O., ECCLES I 85/5. S.R.O., DD /L P35/3; ibid. tithe award. R. R. J. McDonnell, The Quantock Hills A.O.N.B.: Arch. Survey (Som. C.C. 1989 ), 10. S.R.O., DD /S/WH 19, 219, 246; ibid. Q/SR 122/23-4. Ibid. tithe

    Over Stowey Economic history

    Plainsfield , the holding of Alfred d'Epaignes called Stowey , Aley , and the land on the Quantock Hills . Together, the first three had land for 9 ploughs, Alfred's holding comprising more than half the total. Only 9 a.

    Over Stowey Over Stowey 1838

    XLIX . NW. ( 1887 edn.). S.R.O., Q/SR 116/72. Ibid. tithe award. Ibid. T/PH/ay 1. R. R. J. McDonnell, Quantock Hills A.O.N.B.: an Archaeological Survey (Som. C.C. 1989 ), 4. V.C.H. Som . i. 512-13. Bristol R.O. 04237. S.R.O., DD

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index , P, Q, R, 01 March 1601-31 March 1603

    Pye , Mr., joiner to Queen Elizabeth Pyke , Joan Pyll , John Pype , Geoffrey, receipt by Q. Quantock Hills , co. Somerset Quarles , James Queen , the, see Elizabeth and Mary. Queen's Arms , St. Paul's Bench, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    visit at his house, they would be received with hospitality, though in a wild and savage region on the Quantock Hills, and he should be proud to repeat his experiments in their presence. Mr Cross sat down amidst long con- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    set up by Phillips the bookseller and edited by Dr Aikin. Accordingly we set off and proceeded along the Quantock Hills towards Watchet, and in the course of this walk was planned the poem of the "Ancient Mariner," founded on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that the whole awOry was a pure fabrication. A day or two a-go two ladies were riding ov-er the Quantock Hills, Somerset, near the sea cost, when a large eagle swooped down and carried off in its talons a, small Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colwich, in which some effects of cumulus clotud are sucoessfully rendered. His principal contribution is "Lingerinzg Light on the Quantock Hills " (123), in which the golden gleam on the distant peaks is contrasted with the shadows on the nearer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AT THE TOWN b BALL. U Last night the Rev. W. Tnck-well delivered a lecture b on " The Quantock Hills," at the Town Hall, under the t auspices of the Birmingham Sunday Lecture Society. v Sir Walter Poster, M Subscribers-only content

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