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You searched for: Place: "The Camp", Date from: 1748-01-01, Date to: 1774-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Higham Gobion

    adjoining the rectory on the east side. In the low grounds near the church is an interesting earthwork called The Camp . 2 It probably was connected with the manor house. Roman remains have also been found in the parish.

    Parishes Windlesham

    inclosed from the waste for charitable purposes. 4 There are a considerable number of gentlemen's houses about Windlesham . The Camp is the residence of Sir Joseph Hooker , F.R.S., & c., & c.; Ribsden, of Mrs. Christie ; The

    Parishes Wotton

    correcting the Ordnance Survey. The cottages near the foot of the hill are collectively known in the neighbourhood as The Camp . In addition to the ground near the top of the hill, there is a very large extent of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Windsor Castle. The pieces selected were the comedy of The Honeynaoon,' and Mr Mark Lemon's farce of " The Camp at Chebbam." We regrct to state that Mr Charles Kean, who has hitherto directed the Royal theatrical performances, was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in London. * 643. THE STRONGHOLD OF THE SEISON. 7. Brett. The artist's customary vivid colour rather overdone. " The Camp of the Kittywake," his second title, shows us some cleverly-painted gulls. 648. LIMEHOUSE PIER. F A. Winkfield. Admirably true Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to feour acres of s-et-crusted land and garden; near pose lox and sehoal; three subes ton Daewdlesy; known aso The Camp. Also anout twelse acres, of Land, divided into lice cisses; convenient ssgriculcsral buildings,-Joan lNichells, Estate Agent. Kiddarcn- eeoc.ch63ll C1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Frederick Hill, on behalf of the petiniouing creditor, made a receiving order agist Hears EHoare, daesenrbed as lately of The Camp, Aldershot, a lieutenant in the 5th Dragoon Gnards, whose present address is unknown. Nothing transpired as to the debts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the Quartette Union; MISS WINitiER. MISS PETYT, MR. MOUTON, and Mit. DODDS. PRoGHAotntra 1.Ortan Solo, Grand March frenm "The Camp of 6ilesill. .... ...."....I.... .. Ilreget~ee . 2. Organ Solo, Andante, fromt the celebrat~el Violin concerts .................................... lteiclfelshie. 3., Subscribers-only content

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