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You searched for: Place: "River Adur"

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  • * Victoria County History *

    8 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Parishes Newtimber

    way of the saddle between the Dyke Hill and Newtimber Hill on its way to the mouth of the River Adur . This old track passes between Newtimber Place and the church, skirts Newtimber Hill in a deep bostal, after

    Parishes Aldrington

    these identifications is correct. The ancient site of Aldrington village seems to have been at the mouth of the River Adur , 3 the scour of which, combined with coastal erosion, has caused the disappearance of the village. The road

    Parishes Portslade PARISH CHURCH of ST. NICHOLAS PORTSLADE

    8 acres of foreshore, part of which is in the quarter of a mile of the estuary of the River Adur inclosed within the parish boundaries. This stretch of tidal water is now merely a basin, but the river actually

    Parishes Hangleton PARISH CHURCH of ST. HELEN HANGLETON

    as Round Hill and thence turned south-westwards, through the present village of Portslade, to reach the estuary of the River Adur near where Southwick village is to-day. 2 Hangleton village was founded on the southern slopes of Round Hill ,

    Steyning Steyning c. 1960

    South Downs , in low, rolling country just west of the river Adur. Steyning town was once one of the most important places in the county, and has grown rapidly again during the 20th century. The ancient parish comprised 3,414

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Mi-r. Frank Davis, Lriscd-Amarican concedian. BATUING FATALITY. A lid named Gen'ee Cottoar w-as drowned while bathing in the River Adur, at Shorehain, yesterday aft iitnoon . AJLLFED E MURDEBR IN HULL. A men has been arie-ted by the Hull Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    exemcptions from tho payment of tolls. rates, and duties In 1IthLToeina le the CompanyVto purhbase the Oldffhorehama-bc~ldge overI the river Adur. in the Parishes of Old Sltoreheam and Loancing, or one I eel of them la the County of Sussex, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cost. As regards the southern portion,' the directors may state that the plans for carrying the line over the River Adur have now received the approval of the Admiralty, and the approach of the favourable season will enrable the works Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Company, the weol Lon.don Exeeo Raiwa At,199,an also tao Act 21 George III., ehaptoaexthi sfor buildgay Bridg o8er mite River Adur, at or near Old Shorehta 35 thore Cu y ft SBigex andr the Local and Personal Act, 33 ideOr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shop-, cottages, new erected dwelling houses, gardens, and meadow land, in the whole about 11 acres, bounded by the River Adur and the Turnpike-road. All elections on this E«tate,or that mav be made, entitle the Occupiers paying scot and lot Subscribers-only content

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