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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Nuthurst Manor and other estates

    yew hedges flanking an oblong sheet of water, and of statues, with wide views across the Weald to the South Downs . Two rose gardens were added by Lord Rotherwick . 2 In 1959 the garden was described as among

    Parishes Chilton Candover

    in an early 17th-century deed of sale are the following:-'The Breaches, Chilton Wood , Dundridge , Shilton Warren and South Downs .' 3 'The Breaches' is preserved in Breach Farm and Breach Cottages, and Chilton Wood and Dundridge Copse still

    Ashington Ashington c. 1875

    (3.2 km.) north of the north face of the South Downs , and 10 miles (16 km.) south of Horsham . The ancient parish comprised a main part of 554 a. and four detached parts totalling 734 a. 2 Two

    List of illustrations

    33 Lower Beeding : St. John 's church, Coolhurst. Postcard, early 20th century (W.S.R.O.) " 33 Edburton : the South Downs from the churchyard. Photograph, 1986 " 48 Edburton : the church from the south-east. Photograph, 1986 " 48 Ifield

    Edburton Edburton and Fulking c. 1875

    the north escarpment of the South Downs 4 miles (6.4 km.) north-east of Shoreham and 3 miles (4.8 km.) east of Steyning . The ancient parish, which was c . 3 miles long and 2 miles wide, consisted of 2,647

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i I 10I1c ; Half-bred ditto Is 9gc i Is Oe ; Kent feeces, ]s iOc i Is 100; South Downs ewes and wetheis Is 7c i is Sc; Leicester' do, Is. 100 i 2s 0c ; Sorts, Clothing ls Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ffUarthnabueb1b, h MASNAC13 YD. (Crynodeb o Adroddiadau yr Wythnos.) Yr oedd yn necbreu yr wytbnos yn hollol sef- ydlog, a gwerthwyd samplau rhagorol o wenith Rtwsiaidd ac Americanaidd am godiad o lawn swilt y chwarter. Dichon fod y codiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9 i. 0 9 Wether, eto ... ... 0 9 jO 9j KentfleeceOs ... 0 9i 1 0 10 South Downs, & ... 010 i I I Leicester, oto ... 0 9i 0 91 Am y fasnach mewin haiarn ceir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Closer, ;C. s to na .jf Os SNIirtiRtesn, riTo %Y.-Brief, brisk nale a, Moidysisn prices. 'suittsi dull nereior ewer; South Downs 4s 43. Lakob brisk sale, 5s to 6s. Vseal ss .,d to 45sed. Poe,L 3s 4d tO k4 grl. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6d; Peas, 486 o-. SMITNIFIrrhD, MONDAy.-Beef dull at last prices, 4s Cd. Mutton brisk, and something dearer; for fine South Downs 4s 6d. Veal about the same, line sm d1 calves worth 4s ad to-day. Lambs dull, atsame price, 5s. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 29 March 1563, 29 March 1563-29 March 1563

    brought from the Lords by Mr. Attorney. Woods. L. 2. The Bill for Preservation of the Woods about the South Downs in Sussex. Post nonam. Gaols. L. 1. The Bill to revive the Statute in A. 23o H. VIII. for

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 20 March 1563, 20 March 1563-20 March 1563

    Rounding of Monies current here be Treason. Woods. L. 1. The Bill for Preservation of the Woods about the South Downs in Sussex. Leave of Absence. John Gardyner Gent. Burgess for Dorchester in Dorsett, for his Affairs, is licensed. Post

    Appendix: poor laws, 14 December 1830, 14 December 1830-14 December 1830

    the District in which I act as a Magistrate, which is composed of Parishes on or immediately under the South Downs, where the Land is of good Quality and the Farms extensive. In approaching towards the Weald, where the Land

    Preface

    (p. 592). Along the threatened coasts the English and French fleets were anxiously expected. Scouts were despatched along the South Downs and to Fairlight, the promontory east of Hastings, to look out for them (pp. 512, 521). They sailed from Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    to South , Compton, Presbyterian, and his house, Donhead, Wilts; licences requested for, licences to, receipt for licences to South Downs , the, scouts on South Foreland , the smoke to be made at, on appearance of English fleet vessels Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SPARWE, Thomas (d.c.1438), of New Romney, Kent.

    1421 when he imported garlic, wine, iron, pitch and tar (probably from Spain), and shipped abroad short wool (from South Downs sheep) and 4,000 billets of wood. In 1424 his fellow jurats sent him to Dover to arrange about supplying

 

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