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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Fawley

    tract of land 9,850 acres in extent, stretching from the eastern limit of the New Forest to Southampton Water . It is separated from the true forest country by the table-land of Beaulieu Heath , the spurs of which extend

    Alien houses Priory of Hamble

    of Hamble was placed on the rise or point of land at the junction of the Hamble river with Southampton Water , and was hence usually termed ' Hamble-en-le-rys' or ' Hamblerice,' now Hamble-le-Rice . William Giffard, Bishop of Winchester

    Parishes Hamble-le-Rice Hamble Church

    shape, and occupies the tongue of land between the mouth of the Hamble River and the eastern bank of Southampton Water . The southern extremity, called Hamble Spit , is a long mud-bank which is completely covered at high tide.

    Parishes St Mary Extra

    acres. The parish is bounded on the west by the estuary of the Itchen and the upper reaches of Southampton Water , and runs some two miles inland, the levels sloping gently from a height of about 130 ft. on

    Parishes Otterbourne

    the top of the hill a fine view opens to the south over woods and hills to the distant Southampton Water , beyond which is the dim outline of the Isle of Wight . Passing over the hill the main

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jus published, price 5s. 6d. US or r- PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS on PROLAPSUS rPo trusion of the Lower Bowel. With Cases and Plates. By FREDERICK SsALMON, F.R.C.S. Author of " A Practical Essay on Contraction of the Rectum, Piles," &C. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    week, and nunserous bets were made about her arrival. In the course of Friday evening the Washington arrived off Southampton Water with the American mails about seven p.m. The Channel Islands Mail Packet was signalled at ten p.m. ; the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    every stlrcts set, leaving the roads and beating up towards the Needles, or running up to their anchorage froat Southampton Water and the Nab. In the middle of them all lies the America, easily distinguished by the peculiar cut of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Madrid. Precisely at two o'clock, however, the i Madrid" was descried rounding Calshot Castle, at the entrance of Southampton Water. The news flew like wildfire through the town. E The Mayor was immediately made acquainted with the fact, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    time had elapsed since their deaths to enable the Parana to get pratique as soon as she got to Southampton Water. The names of the deceased were Mr Green, midshipman; and three of the crew, named Stone, Hasted, and Humphreys. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SHERWIND, Nicholas, of Southampton.

    Ofifces Held Bailiff, Southampton Mich. 1370-1. Ofifces Held Searcher, Southampton Water 23 July 1380-c.1391. Biography Sherwind held a considerable number of properties in Southampton. In 1367, for example, he purchased a house known as ‘Ronseval’ in St. Michael’s parish, a

    CHAMBERLAYNE, William (1760-1829), of Weston Grove, Hants.

    landed inheritance which lay in Kent and Hertfordshire.[footnote] Shortly thereafter he moved to a new house at Weston, on Southampton Water, which was later eulogised for its neat appearance by William Cobbett, once a near neighbour at Botley. Cobbett also

    BALCHIEF, William, of Portsmouth, Hants.

    sit in the forthcoming Parliament. Balchief most likely made his living from trade; in 1423 the royal searcher of Southampton Water discovered 12 barrels of herring, worth £6, which had been smuggled into England by him, and he was fined

    LANGE, Walter (d.1410), of Southampton.

    had removed gear worth £100 and including anchors, cables, ropes, sails, cannon and armaments from a vessel lying in Southampton Water, just two months later he was appointed to conscript mariners for his ship La Marie to transport Richard II’s

    SPICER, alias NEWPORT, Richard (d.c.1435), of Plymouth, Devon and Portsmouth, Hants.

    duke of Exeter, c.1397-Jan. 1400. Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Hants Feb. 1412 (concealments by the royal searcher of Southampton Water); to take musters, Southampton Mar., Apr. 1418; of array, Hants Apr. 1418, Mar. 1419, June 1421. Biography Spicer was

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 26th July 1845

    King & the whole party on board the "Victoria & Albert." Went past Cowes & a little way up Southampton Water & back, landing again at 2. The King & everyone was charmed with the Yacht. It was excessively hot

    Tuesday 14th July 1846

    Hole, where we got into the boat & then on board the "Fairy", having a delightful sail up the Southampton Water , & 2 miles beyond Southampton up the Itchen; here we got into our barge, which we had in

    Thursday 1st August 1850

    floor. It is very pretty with the sea right in front & charming views of Cowes, Spithead , & Southampton Water . We mounted up to the top of the tower & also walked about the garden, &c - Still


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