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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Frampton on Severn Introduction Frampton-on-Severn c. 1800

    the 20th. The River Severn forms one of the six sides of the parish; the former course of the River Cam marks the south-western boundary, Wicksters brook the southern, the Gloucester-Bristol road the south-eastern, the River Frome most of the

    Horningsea Horningsea c. 1800

    eastern bank of the river Cam , 70 the southern half of which is roughly triangular in shape, the northern half rectangular. The parish's western boundary mostly follows the western bank of the river Cam on its course north-eastwards as

    Waterbeach Introduction Waterbeach c. 1810

    km. (5 miles) north-northeast of Cambridge , stretches for almost 8 km. along the west bank of the river Cam . 93 Its original name of Beach , perhaps from a ridge, was from the 12th century qualified to distinguish

    Ely Hundred Littleport Plan of St. George's Church

    an important fen cross-country road, that from Wisbech to Mildenhall and Bury St. Edmunds (A 1101), on the canalized River Cam , 6 which is crossed just below the village by a bridge carrying the above roads; and on the

    Parishes Wimpole

    1891 , 1920, and 1933-7 the estate dominated that part of West Cambridgeshire . Coomb Grove , Valley , River Cam , and Hoback farms in Wimpole contracted in 1920 when their land laying in Arrington was auctioned. 192 In

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    osmium, and iridium- more valuaible than gold, because of their scarcity. Professor Fawcett, IU.P.. was out boating on the River Cam on Friday, in company with some members of the "Ancient Malriners," a club comprising many old Uni- versity oars. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about £20).. which is not covered by in- surance. On Saturday, at a meeting of the conserratore of the River Cam, lield at Carmbridgo-the Rev. DIr Phelps pre- siding-the ruestion aroso as to whether messengers from the telegraph office couldl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    should bs pe r tidedl i rThe botdy of ais elderly minat was found otn tie han!; ci the River Cam, at Cambridue, en Sidey moatnitig, esti his throat cut. -Ic appeareifto bave stripjed theti cat lii throat, jumped into Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    presented to the Sanitary Committee a lengthy report upon the three rival schemes for diverting the sewage front the River Cam. and it was resolved that the same should be printed and circulated amongst the members of the, Board. A Subscribers-only content

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    could not be avoided. It is, however, a very suitable piece of land, bounded on theone side by the River Cam and on the other by some of the college enclosures and the town streets. The main entrance is in Subscribers-only content

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