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You searched for: Place: Camps, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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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 ,

    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

    Index A - Z

    streams, 36 tithes, 43, 45-6 Westoe , 35, 37, 40-4, 77 woodland, 36-7 Camps , Great, see Camps , Castle Camps , Little, see Camps , Shudy Camps , Shudy, 1, 30-1, 36-7, 40, 42, 44-6, 48, 49-59, 73-4, 76-8,

  • * 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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    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

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    of Sawston, ¦ of Slielford, Great, of Shelford, Little, of Shepretb, ¦ ofShingay, of Shipley, of Shipton Moyne, of Shuday Camps, ¦ of Sleppingley, of Snailwell, of Soham, —^—^— ofSompting, of Southwell, of Stapleford, of Steeple Morden, of Stretehworth, of Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    at the Cape, produced an Indignation almost amounting to Frenzy among the Whites. The Two Parties armed against each other; Camps were formed, and Massacres and Conflagrations [8411 followed. The Report of these Occurrences led the Assembly to rescind the Subscribers-only content

    30 July 1834, 30 July 1834

    900 30° Julii. ^•1834, (.<¦ t<, c< te Highways Bill read 2a & refd to a Private Comce : Then the Clerk of the Crown, at the Table, read the Titles of the Bills to be passed, severally, as Subscribers-only content

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

    TURNPIKE ROADS—«>M*t!tH«/. 1099 II. Petitions for Private Bills, &c.—con/im/erf. 339.—-—112. Panjff, A7.erdeen and P/yiw; For more effectually repairing the same; Referred, lxxx. 19 Bill ordered, 153. Presented, 160. r. a. 519. See «qwa, 62-— Par/ord. See in/ra, 1020. JBarAam Subscribers-only content


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