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  • * Victoria County History *

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    consisted of Blagden (later Blackdown ) farm and the Blue Bell at Scot's Poor , a total of 89 a. 60 In 1929 it was offered for sale by George Brudenell-Bruce , marquess of Ailesbury. 61 Blackdown farm, c .

    Parishes Lillington

    The present Kenilworth road to Blackdown was not made until 1840. The land at the upper part of Cubbington Road and the Campion Hills rises to about 300 ft. above sea-level. At Chesford and Blackdown the parish is bounded by


    of Chichester , between Midhurst and Petworth . In the extreme north, where the parish narrows to a point on Blackdown , a height of 620 ft. is attained, from which the ground drops in 3/4 mile to 300 ft.

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Cannington

    St. Mary , Dorset , and lands and tenements at Stowey , Skilgate , Bridport and Bradford , Fiddington , Blackdown , Bristol and Godley . The value of the property was declared at £39 15 s . 8 d

    Parishes Merrow

    level than the chalk, is backed by the woodlands of the Weald , with the Sussex Downs beyond. Hindhead and Blackdown are to the south-west, Crooksbury Hill and the high ground near Farnham to the west. Further north upon the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dismal sketches of the scenery congenial to their frolics. Instance this, of the approach to the Hind Head Hills, near Blackdown: All was dark and bare, without a tree or shrub to break the trackless waste. Turning at a sharp Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. The Holy Grail, and other Poems. By Alfred Tennyson, D.C.L., Poet Laureate. Strahan and Co. Mr Tennyson is distinctively the poet of sadness; and his present poem is the very saddest thing he has ever written. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPONDENCE >l NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS she U4 jes ined for pub '*atio; must be acom. in U naoie sand address of Ate triter; not "I Lp- sp. idaion, bte for ahe information of the Ldoit, d s 1ern answerS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two-third savants, and a merely intelligenit peson feels like a fool in ten minutes." Mr. John MElotpey is staying at Blackdown Cottage ; Mrs. Ritchie and -Miss Fdith Sichel are at Sir F. Pollock's cottage; Dr. Tyndall and Dr. Williamoson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Astrologer A saddle Tlee Selsolar Golden Dust Hiawatha liatls Tramper Nawadhalf Thle Orplean 'Batsmlan Le Dauphin Lady Sasperior Sybil Dlevoniensis Blackdown ~Taragon, by King- F~by Whiadlholnd-. Oscar aton-Tharcelona, Catlserijee Hayes sanita, C. by Windeouned- The Royal Stag, by R ose Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 March 1818, 11 March 1818

    mons, by Mr. Egerton and others; BlU- With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for repairing " the Road from Blackdown Pool, in the Parish of " Hagley and County of Worcester, to Birmingham, " in the County of Warwick Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Bishop's Hull, 27. Bisley, 43. £w £ 33. Blackburn, 109. 163. Blackburn (Baptists), 109. ^ Blindmore, burn. Mount Street, 163. Blackdown, 248. Blackly, Blackpool, 29. Blairgowrie, 18. JBlandfonk 73. ^|,_. 5*5 - 68. 43. Booking, Boston, Buckland, Saint Mary and Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    262. Bishopsgate, Devonshire Square Chapel, 319. Bishopstone, and other Places, 543. Bisley, 248. Blackbrook, near St. Helen's, 319. Blackburn, 605. Blackdown, 428. Blackley, 289. Blaenavon, Bethlehem Chapel, 399. Blaenavon, Bethlehem Iron Works, 398. Blaeny, 399. Blakeley and Cul- cheth, 393. Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1730, 19 February 1731

    bad Condition, and, if not fooir amended, will be dangerous to Travellers in the Winter Seafon Vol. 21. Mr. James Blackdown, one of the Clerks to the Turn* pike on the faid Road, confirmed Mr. North's, Evidence as to the Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1760, 28 February 1760

    Broadwaters, to Iverly Hill in the Road leading to Stourbridge, and alfo from the faid Town to a Place called Blackdown, in theRoad leading to Birmingham, and alfo from the faid Town, throi'gh Stone, and the Parifh of Chaddejley Corbet, Subscribers-only content

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