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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dole hundred lie on chalk, mostly on the south-east part of Salisbury Plain , and their downland bears many marks of prehistoric settlement, cultivation, and ceremony. Stonehenge , in Amesbury parish, was in 1984 with its hinterland designated a World

    Agriculture since 1870

    ( Salisbury Plain ) ( 1895 ), xvi, p. 6; Savernake MSS. Estate accts. 1895. Wilton MSS.) Nat. Farm Survey Eng. and Wales , Summary Rep . ( 1946 ), 99. Rep. Asst. Com. Agric. Depression ( Salisbury Plain )

    Parishes Erlestoke

    the spring-line on the north-western edge of Salisbury Plain , is long and narrow in shape, straddling the edge of the Plain. The village lies in the centre of the parish and is surrounded on three sides by Erlestoke Park

    Romano-British remains Introduction

    to the north of the river, we have seen that there was a village economy much like that on Salisbury Plain , which was probably engaged in producing corn, the police-post at Dorchester maintaining order and perhaps arranging for transport

    Parishes Manningford Abbots

    for 4 miles across the greensand vale formerly known as Abbots common, the Avon bed, and the scarp of Salisbury Plain to Abbots Down beyond. 2 It was just over 1/2 mile wide at its broadest point on the northern

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Besides there were the Spaniard, Dutch, and Dane In short, an suniversal shoal of shades Fromi Otaheite'o Isle to Salisbury Plain, Of all climes and professions, years and trades, Ready to swvear agailist the g ood king's reign. M!Iichael turns Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    body of the building, that ill' accords with the flights of genius; and which, were the Structure placed on Salisbury Plain, would be appa- rent at every angle. SILEX. ST. JAMES'S RPALACE.-Pictorial representations of battles by land and sea are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    distance around tile capital. During the late floods, a quantity of fih were seen sporting in their element on Salisbury Plain, upwards of four miles from the river; a cir- cumstance never heard of before by the oldest shepherd on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .gtd Anchor public-bouse. About six weeks ago he left home for about giveek, and said he had been to Salisbury Plain to see Stonehenge, but id filed in his object, although he had endured great hardships. He *,id slept oi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it rattled with four horses and a proportion of outriders, as indifferently as if it had been flying over Salisbury Plain, bumping against the shops from side to side as it went. It would not have been possible to upset Subscribers-only content


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