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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Northwood

    L. and P. Hen . VIII , i, 3118. William Earl of Southampton writes to Lord Cromwell in 1539 that Calshot is approaching completion and that 'the work at the Cowe in the Isle' is progressing, but that both would

    Parishes Fawley

    Ower Farm, until it reaches Hillhead , the Fawley beach. Here a narrow strip of shingle connects the mainland with Calshot Castle , a small fort built by Henry VIII with stones from the ruins of Beaulieu Abbey . The

    Parishes Whippingham

    the date of the Earl of Southampton 's letter to Cromwell about the defences of the Isle of Wight and Calshot ( L. and P. Hen . VIII , xiv [1 ] , 573). By Sir John Oglander's time the

    The borough of Yarmouth

    by the French upon the Island about 1543, 83 and formed part of the south coast defence scheme which included Calshot , Hurst , and Sandown . It was built under the superintendence of Richard Worsley , then Captain of

    Islington Growth: Barnsbury and King's Cross

    1808, and in 1823 he began making building leases for 3 1/2 a. south of the canal, including Southampton (later Calshot ) Street and Thornhill Street (later Wynford Road ). Land was reserved for Thornhill Bridge Place north of the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BURRARD, Harry (1755-1813).

    1 Ft. Gds. and lt.-col. 1789; col. 1795; maj.-gen. 1798; lt.-col. 1 Ft. Gds. 1804; lt.-gen. 1805. Ofifces Held Gov. Calshot castle 1787- d.; riding forester of the New Forest 1791- d. Biography Burrard served in America 1778-83, and was

    BURRARD, Harry (?1707-1791), of Walhampton, nr. Lymington, Hants.

    of Wales 1728-36; collector of the customs of London 1731- d.; riding forester of the New Forest 1754- d.; gov. Calshot castle 1761-87. Biography The Burrard family had a very strong interest at Lymington, which usually gave them the recommendation

    BURRARD, Harry (c.1707-91), of Walhampton, nr. Lymington, Hants.

    1742, 1749, 1763, 1770, 1776, 1779, 1781, 1791; riding forester of the New Forest 1754-d.; dep. lt. Hants 1754; gov. Calshot castle 1761-87; bow-bearer to the King in the New Forest. Biography Surrendering to a brother a post in the

    WEST, Thomas I (d.1622), of Testwood in Eling, Hants.

    in Portchester castle. He was also concerned with the coastal defences at Southsea, Portsmouth, and at the castles of Hurst, Calshot, St. Andrew’s, and Netley. Throughout his life West had close associations with Southampton. Created an honorary burgess in 1585,

    MILL, John I (1474/76-1551), of Southampton.

    made for new defences for the south coast and Mill was chosen paymaster for the building of a blockhouse at Calshot point. He later superintended the building of fortresses at Cowes and Hurst partly with stones taken from the demolished

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    we had no batteries on these heads, and near to this locality, the nearest batteries to Christchurch would be Hurst, Calshot, and perhaps P'ortsmouth. It would be altogether outof the ainge of possibility thatgentleinen asd personsemployedas those whom I see Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    days, and then, putting to seea, as met by-|,severe gale on the south caet, whtoh forced him to anchor at Calshot. The same cause that stopped his cruise expedited the voyage of the mail stoniner, which arrived two days before Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    returniedl, and has again anchored off the dock entrance. She had been lying dur- ing the day a little below Calshot Light, guarding the cast and west passages. SHOCKING CASE OF DitOwNING IN NOTrrNGIsAsI- SIIIRE-Late on Saturday night last a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LATEST NEWS. f ___________ BY ELECTRIC AND; INTERNATIONA1 TELEGRArM. OFFICES, TEMiPLE BUILDINGS, NEw STI1EET. REVTER'S TELEGRAMS. AMERICA. ALLECED l)EFEAT OF THE FEDERAL ARMY. The followiie appeared in the hEt'abigt JIe(tl(l of yesterday:- " The Asia has bvroulght intelligence fromn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a Southampton waterman, who took them for a few hours' euliso on Southampton Water, The ladies wmer landed at Calshot Cestle, at the entrance of the watter, while the gentlemen, four in number, went back in the yacht a Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 16th July 1845

    a little excursion, beyond Cowes, up to within sight of Hurst Castle , coming back along the Hampshire coast by Calshot &c. The "Fairy" flew along, & is a charming little vessel. There was a good deal of smell coming


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