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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chilford hundred Chilford hundred, 1845

    century. Further east the area called in 1086 Camps was from the 12th century divided between Great and Little, later Castle and Shudy, Camps . Olmstead, at the south-eastern tip of Castle Camps , although lying until after 1835 ecclesiastically

    South Witchford Hundred Wilburton Plan of St. Peter's Church

    to the Pell and Camps families. Lady Pell received 203½ acres, 2½ as lady of the manor, 131 as a freeholder and 70 as lessee of the Archdeacon of Ely . Four members of the Camps family-Edward, Read Tansley ,

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Castle Hedingham

    , Belchamp Otten and Walter, Pebmarsh , Bulmer , Foxearth , Gestingthorpe , Sudbury , Clare , Haverhill , Waldingfield, Camps and Westley Waterless . Besides the church of Castle Hedingham they also owned that of Gosfield , the former

    Parishes Shudy Camps

    Parishes Shudy Camps SHUDY CAMPS The parish of Shudy Camps , 1 covering 2, 362 a., 2 lies 12 miles south-east of Cambridge . At its western end its southern boundary partly follows a brook and its northern one an

    Parishes Castle Camps Castle Camps in the late 16th century

    Parishes Castle Camps CASTLE CAMPS Castle Camps lies 15 miles south-east of Cambridge , at the south-eastern extremity of the county. 1 It is basically triangular, and its south-western and eastern sides form the county boundary. That to the south-west

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 3 [The Societies.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    for the Receiving the Holy Sacrament; small Books for the Use of Seamen in their Voyages, and Soldiers in their Camps and Services. This Society meets Weekly to deliberate about what is expedient for the carrying on their pious Ends;

    Book 1, Chapter 27 Charter House; or

    Wood, with the appurtenances, in Brodehinton, in the said County of Wilts . All those the Manors and Lordships of Camps , alias, Campes Castele, otherwise called Castle Campes, with the appurtenances, situate, lying, being, and extending in the Counties

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his own in return. I~t. is- added, 'sacys thq arcottt that the Prince has tp- nointed Ihiin ontiof his Airl-de Camps. Perhaps-so, irid hie mnay pu~t down Count BERTRAND ini thIist too; but it isf a ditlerent,.thrne to mlnae aid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ^ 7 13 TELL WENCL'. :' ' - 1 .: : i . T' i rl . ; ' a : BOARD OF INQUJIRY. N4 : XIXl D.J.-DEG. 13, ; ir ll. Dairymqriple, Sir j. iBurrard, and Sir A, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. Solicitor, of luidi? 'water, io- Miss Scraggsi-of BRoekingharn. On the 4th instant, Mr. Baniister, of the Strand, to Mitt Camps, of Slreethamln Abbey, Rsnex,. and o - the sd of Apil last, Ill r. Banistyr, of Middie-ro'w, -olborgt, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    supposing that the decision on which he plumed himself implied the treatment of experienced Statesmen, as he would his Aid-de, Camps in the bustle of a catopaign. Thev saw that there could be no place for. them in a Cabinet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the War of the; Succession in Spain; in Flanders, under Prince Eugene;, during the Seven Years'. War in Germany; its Camps gns in Holland and Flanders; and- in the Expedition to the iHelder, under the Duke o'f York: in Egypt; Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 November 1705, 27 November 1705

    attacked " under the Caftle, and the Cannon and Artillery were "again landed with inconceivable Pains and Labourj " Two Camps were maintained, and a Communication " preferved between them, though near Three Leagues " diftant from each other, againft Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1768, 24 February 1768

    Geo. HL Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 99 " trading tb the Indie-, with refpeet to * the making " of Dividends." ie i. An Aft to explain and amend Eß much of an '' Aft made Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1788, 17 December 1788

    to be " commanded all the faid Forces, and all Soldiers, as " well in Garrifon as elfewhere, and all Camps, Caftles, Forts, and Fortifications, and to caufe all Our faid Forces, and all Our Soldiers whatfoever (when Occa¬ fion Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1813, 2 April 1813

    in the Prifons of the Enemy, lan- guifhing in Hofpitals, or flowly wafting by Difeafe in peftilential Climates or unwholefome Camps: That the Petitioners ftill further deplore the dreadful Ten¬ dency of War to blunt the Feelings of Humanity and Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    5 Geo. IV. 25° MartiL 431 " What Description of Flax do you find is produced " best on the Lands in The Duke of Devonshire''s « Estate?" « Coarse; and it is the American Seed we have * Subscribers-only content


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