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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Milton

    to Bournemouth , and north of New Milton is the hamlet of Bashley , where are the Manor Farm , the residence of Major Brett , and Bashley Lodge . To the south-east is the hamlet of Ashley , including

    The hundred of Christchurch Introduction INDEX MAP TO THE HUNDRED OF CHRISTCHURCH

    another manor assessed at 5 virgates. Egheiete Hundred 3 contained Twyneham, Holdenhurst , Hurn , Knapp , Stanpit , Hubborn, Bashley and Bortel 4 ; while in the New Forest Hundred were Highcliff, Beckley , Hinton , Yaldhurst , Fernhill

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Christchurch , Twyneham

    possessions consisted of 5 hides and a virgate in Christchurch Twyneham, a hide in the Isle of Wight , Bortel Bashley in Milton , and 8 acres in Audret in the New Forest Hundred, together with certain tithes in Christchurch

    Parishes Milford

    gradually from the sea towards the north, the greatest height, just over 100 ft., being reached close to Batchley or Bashley . The Avon Water flows south through the centre of the parish, being joined by a small stream running

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    millions expended last year and this at Woolwich and Elswick. Now if the statement be true as made by Mr Bashley Britten at a meeting of the Society of Civil Engineers, ad- mitted and uneontradicted as that statement was and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    old system, smooth- bored and loaded at the muzzle, such a piece of ordnance, whether smooth-bored or rifled, as Blakely, Bashley Britton, Thomas, and others, have successfully made, and offered to make for our Government in vain. Such things are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Admiralty, in the chair. This lecture was adjourned over several days. and Sir William Arm- strong, Captain Blakeley, Mr Bashley Britten, and many highly scientific gentlemen and officers vwere heard after the lecturer, and then Captain Fishbourne was heard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is a medal, too, to Chevalier's electric target. There is honour- able mention of the lead-covered iron projectiles of 3fr Bashley Britten. TYPr-CoxposiNre MACHINES.-We spoke last week under Class VII of the type-composing machines of Mr Mitchel and of Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ArmstroDg's gun, either as adapted to the use of forts or ships; but it is mingled with indignation that Blakely, Bashley Britten, and a score of others have been denied by the War Oflice a fair trial, even when demanded Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Our effective artillery., 1870

    " They have no hesitation in awarding the first place to Mr. " Bashley Britten, on the ground of the comparatively little " strain on the Gun , caused by projectiles on his system with the " moderate charge he Subscribers-only content

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