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You searched for: Place: "The Camp", Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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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

    Ancient earthworks

    The ground to the north of the camp is for some distance practically level, while the summit of the rising ground on each side of the valley at the end of which the camp stands is somewhat higher than the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    An i Valentine and Orson.-Tuesday, Der Freischiitz. The Camp. And Turn Ou- enedySh Wodad She Would Not. And Valentinean Orson.-Thoraday, Loe foLove. And EllaRosenberg.-FrrdaytbeHypocrite. I OVENT. GARDEN,-Tonmorrrow, Rob Roy Macgregnr. And, Lila.-neaayRule aWife and H-ave a WIe. edeayOtlo Ot~olo M Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pizarro. The Camp. And The Weddig, Preeent.-Tneday, Der Freisehute. And The Wedding Present. -Wedneaday, The Coufederacy.-ThuTsday, The Merry Wives of Windsor.- Friday, Faustus. eCS13 T WA DEN.TomorowRob Roy M~acgregor. With the hipweck f Poicinll;or te Nepoltan Nptials: inwhiets 3i1. Idnusrier Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DR RY LANE.-Tomorrow, the Merchant of Veniie. The Camp. AM G ivanni in London.-Tuesday, Der Freischitz. The Camp. And The Panel.-Weduesday, a favourite Play. And The Wager.-Thuraday, an Opera. And The Panel.-Friday, Faustus' UOVENT GGRDEN.-Tomorrow The Three Strangers. And V Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wednesdayt A Dayafter the Wedding. Artaii. Mrnes. And The Madpie or the M'aid of PaaesaLor-Taursday, Othello. Turn Shoolt And The Camp. Frday, Lure in *a Village. A, Concert A varihitepf Entortainments. And M-bane Hsssan.~ t-Saturdi an - Ad h Magpie; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Will be Opened on Monday, Oct. 1, with Douglais. The Camp. And Midas.-Tuesday, The Elypacrite- Yrhe hoasigeiol. And Love, Lasw, and hsysic.-reduesday, A Cure for the Hieart Arhe. Asd Der Freischutz.-Thursday, a favourite Tragedy. And a H'ew Muajieal Farce.-Fliday, 31ob Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, May 1560, 01 May 1560-31 May 1560

    imagine them having, with their few friends in the country. Yet before removing the camp, we shall take the best advice among us. At the Camp, 13 th May 1560. Signed : Wyllyam Grey, H. Scrope, R. Sadleir, Jamys Croft. Subscribers-only content

    Venice, November 1617, 3-15, 01 November 1617-30 November 1617

    Medici, but your Excellencies know that the report is common here and has been spread by soldiers returned from the camp, that Don Giovanni is disloyal to the republic and dependent upon the house of Austria . The Hague, the

    Edward VI, August 1548, 01 August 1548-31 August 1548

    of bread and biscuit, fish and butter, and one with "syder." Four were for the galleys, the rest for the camp. Being night and calm, I doubted their getting out of the haven by help of the country, so burned Subscribers-only content

    Preface

    neyther will steale payne prayses by false reports. What my endeavor is, and how faythfull, what my travell in the Camp of Confusion, I hope your Majestie will graciously conceive. This I will presume to avow, that I will not

    Charles I - volume 424, June 18-30, 1639, 18 June 1639-30 June 1639

    in St. Peter's Street, in Joyes Rents, this 20th of August 1639. [3 pp . ] June 18. At the Camp. 9. Submission of the Scottish Covenanters to the King. In obedience to his Majesty's command, we shall, upon Thursday Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The War in the Crimea., 1855

    some spirit aud candour, that she had* no desire to visit a fleet prepared to destroy her father's armaments. The Camp at Chobham , in the same year, though not caused by any especial reference to political events, was an Subscribers-only content

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