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    Parishes Ickleford

    the land is only about 180 ft. above the ordnance datum. The parish lies in the valley of the River Hiz , which forms its boundary on the east, parting it from Bedfordshire . The parish is entirely agricultural. In Victoria County History

    Parishes Arlesey

    1 The soil is strong clay and gravel, the subsoil clay and gravel. The parish is watered by the River Hiz , forming the south-western boundary, and by a smaller tributary on the north and east. The parish is particularly Victoria County History

    Hitchin Introduction and manors

    three sides. The parish of Hitchin exclusive of its hamlets covers the upper portion of the basin of the River Hiz , which rises at Well Head just beyond the south-west border of the parish and flows north-east. The River Victoria County History

    Hitchin Priory church and charities

    MARY 16 stands to the north-east of the market-place and the churchyard is bounded on the east by the River Hiz . The church consists of a chancel, 17 nave and aisles, north and south chapels, west tower, north and Victoria County History

    Hitchin Priory, Hertfordshire; view of the Priory at some distance across a park with the river Hiz flowing past it and the town with the tower of St Mary's beyond, sheep and two horses under a g..., 1817

    at some distance across a park with the river Hiz flowing past it and the town with the tower of St Mary's beyond, sheep and two horses under a group of trees in the left foregroundWatercolour and grey wash, over British Museum Images

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    action was tried, before the Lord Chief Baron and a Special Jury, for having polluted the water of the River Hiz, near that town, and also with having diverted, improperly, a spring from the river. The plaintiff was a miller Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GOOI/WiN. This was an action against the Hitchin District Board of Health, for having polluted the water of the River Hiz, near that town, and also for having diverted im- properly a spring from the river. The plaintiff was a Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Northern RaUway, from which a Siding can easUy be made ; also bounded for a considerable distance by the River Hiz, a favourite Trout stream. The Property is situate adjoining the well-known Perforated Brick Works at Arlesey, and is believed Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Great Northern Railway, from which a Siding can easily be made; also bounded for a considerable distance by the River Hiz, a favourite Trout stream. The Property is situate adjoining the well-known Perforated Brick Works at Arlesey, and is believed Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Great Northern Railway, from which a Siding can easily be made; also bounded for a considerable distance by the River Hiz, a favourite Trout stream. The Property is situate adjoining the well-known Perforated Brick Works at Arlesey, and is believed Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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