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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Letchworth

    Letchworth followed the same descent and were presumably amal gamated. Burleigh or Burley BURLEIGH or BURLEY (Borneleye, Boureleghe, xiii cent.; Borleye, xiv cent.; Burlee, xv cent.) is now represented by Burleigh Farm in a detached portion of Letchworth parish between

    The hundred of Streat

    4 evidently covered Chailey , Wivelsfield , and probably a small part of Lindfield ; Lindfield and Burleigh apparently included, besides Lindfield and Burleigh Arches, Ardingly , West Hoathly , a large part of Balcombe , and part of Cuckfield

    The hundred of Buttinghill

    , Worth, and Burleigh as one; Hurst ; Clayton ; Cuckfield ; and Slaugham . 5 In 1332 these were in four groups, Clayton going with Keymer and Hurst , Cuckfield with Slaugham , and Worth and Burleigh separately. 6

    Cassington Introduction Cassington 1797

    in Burleigh wood on the northern boundary, and 98 m. at Purwell Farm in the west. Along the western boundary the land slopes steeply down to the Evenlode at 65 m. Most of the parish is open farmland, but Burleigh

    Hanborough Local government

    a reeve was occasionally recorded. The 3 tithings were named in 1661 as Church Hanborough , Wood End , and Burleigh End. The court dealt with the usual manorial offences: overburdening the common or putting upon it uncommonable beasts such

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YR EISTEDDFOD GNEDLA.ETHOL YN i t~ 1 Y WYDDGRtUG. DYDD M'AWVFTH. Wedi ymadawiad Mr. Gladstoneforeu dydd.3awrth y etholwyd Mr: Scott Bankes igymeryd'y gadair yn ei I le am y diwrnod. Wedi ceel anerchiad ganddo yntau 5 aed ymlaen a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .Gnntawd a barotowyd erbyn jrwyl grn 3. Schira, sef "The Lord of Burleigh." Ymae'y geiria o waith y :bardd. brenhinol, ac -yn. dddsgrifd o. Cecil, i Arglwydd Burleigh, yn diane o'igartrcfmewn ymchwil' am' g'ymharnt l5yd no yn wyyiidthio yn 'y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hynoal ffodus yn ei phwyllgor aic yn ei gwahanol swyddogion o'r dechren, Y mae yr ysgrifenydd, sef&y Parch. John Williams, Burleigh Boadi wedi gwasanaethu y gymdeithas or's oddentu deng mlynedd, a hyny am ddim, ond pleser yn y gwaith. Hefyd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and his imitator3s Bishop Neile and Laud, with the approbation of the King, far opposed to the healing counsels of Burleigh and Bacon, was just such as low-born and little-mirded 3ren, raised to power by fortune's capri-e. are ever found Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    phwysau. 7Di ..lwdd _ y y Cafwyd dadl yn Nhy yr Argiwyddi dydd )d Gwener at Femur Arglwydd Baifaur a Burleigh, .f- o; aughyfreithioni yr arferiad o Aetleu colomea od. Mae yr arferiad greslawn hon wedi dyfod yn un o Subscribers-only content

 

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