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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes West Wycombe

    having some 1,100 acres of woods and plantations, 2 mostly consisting of beech. West Wycombe is watered by the River Wye , a tributary of the Thames , which rises in Lang, or Long, Meadow on the West Wycombe estate

    Woolaston Introduction

    of the River Wye opposite Tintern Abbey . In 1882 the detached portion of the parish at Madgett, comprising 308 a., was transferred to Tidenham . 2 In 1935 the strip of land between the River Wye and the road

    Woolaston Manor and other estates

    were Keynsham , Edge farm and Whitewalls , Abbey Passage or Ferry farm on the east bank of the River Wye opposite Tintern Abbey , and Brockweir and Townsend farms at Brockweir . 69 All were sold in 1872 to

    Parishes Hedsor

    portion of which is comprised within the present residence, occurs in 1573 . 5 Hedsor Mills are on the River Wye . One is a flour-mill locally known as the 'old mill,' and is probably one of the two water-mills

    The Hundred of Westbury 1 The Hundred of Westbury 1845

    plateau lies over 500 feet above sea level with cliffs up to 200 feet high dropping abruptly to the River Wye . The settlements within the area are scattered, and apart from the former borough of Newnham the only nucleated

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WaIter Carwardine, on the 24th March' 1831, by striking him on the hhcd, and by thirowing bun into the river Wye, the dcceased was a respectable farmer, and on Ise 24th March lie went to Hereford to attend the Ass Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AND OTHERS. 0be D ISPOS ED of. an O LD. TESTABLISHED OAK BARK BUSINESS, at CHIEP- SrOW, adjiiijing the River Wye, with every convenience for carying err an extensive Trade, the presenot Proprietor beie' about to retire from business. For Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TANNERS, AND OTHERtS. TO be DISPOSED of. an OLD, L ESTABLISHED OAK BARK BIJSINESS, at CHEP STOW, adjoining the River Wye, witl every convenience fo carrying on an extensive Trade, the present Proprietor bein1 about to retire from business. For Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other liquefactions to be had besides (1.) 'A Handbook for Travellers in SouthVWali i and its Borders, including the River Wye.' With a Travelling 1Ma;). John Murray. (2) ' A Guide through North Wales and the adjacent Borders, in- cluding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Old Street are flooded. At t Tenhury, owing to the streets being flooded, business a yesterday was suspended. The River Wye is out, and extensive and destructive inundations are threatened. Farmers have already lost v a good deal of stock, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    London water supply, 1869

    THE PROPOSED SUPPLY OF WATER TO LONDON , FROM THE SOURCES OF THE RIVER WYE IN SOUTH WALES . HAMILTON H. FULTON , M. Inst., C.E. PRICE ONE SHILLING -. LONDON : Edtvabd Stanford , 6, Chasing Ceoss, W. 1869 Subscribers-only content

    London water supply, 1869

    water. The plan proposed by the author is to collect in the watersheds of the upper sources of the River Wye , on the southern slopes of the Plynlymnon range, an ample supply of pure, soft, and wholesome water, and Subscribers-only content

    Twelfth annual report of the council of the Art-Union of London: with list of subscribers., 1848

    Hulk on the Beach at Harwich , by W. Scott W.C.S. Leach , B. A 20 Vieiv down the River Wye , by Copley Fielding W.C.S. Petit , L. H 20 The Orphan, by W. Hunt W.C.S. Squire , W Subscribers-only content

 

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