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You searched for: Place: Chiltern, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Crowell SKETCH MAP OF CROWELL 1839

    the Icknield Way , but to the south the ground rises precipitously to 800 feet on the top of the Chiltern ridge, and then slopes gently down a spur of the Chilterns until it regains the 400-foot contour line. 1

    Parishes Turville

    xvi cent.); Turfyld or Turvile (xvi cent.). This parish lies among the Chiltern hills on the Oxfordshire border. The height above the ordnance datum varies from 305 ft. in the south-east of the parish to 713 ft. in the north-west,

    The hundred of Pyrton THE HUNDRED OF PYRTON

    and the market- town of Watlington . The ancient trackway, the Icknield Way , running at the foot of the Chiltern hills divides the hundred into two, and roughly separates the highlands from the lowlands. The soil and landscape are

    Forestry

    map also shows the four great woods or 'Quarters' at Stanton St. John , and depicts the whole of the Chiltern corner of the county, to the south-east of the old Ikenild Way, as abounding in frequent woods. Dr. Plot

    Parishes Lewknor

    of the parish is varied. The most productive part lies below the 500-foot contour line, at the foot of the Chiltern hills, for here the chalk subsoil is covered by a rich fine loam, productive of good crops, though a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    directed to" Monsieur Wilks, Bruges." It is rumoured that, for at ade- qiatecousideration, lie has sigtied an acceptance of the Chiltern hundreds. -[We have repeatedly observed,that iittthis country tio ni canl set up in business as a rogue without a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Mor E. J. Stanley, for Ise -s, in the room of Mr T. R. Kemp, who has accepted the Chiltern YUnntreds. Lord J. Russell said that in consequence of Sir H. Hardinge's mlotion relative to the affairs of Spain, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Member. .By Anthony Trollope. Chap. VillI.-The News about Mr M1ildmay and Sir Everard. IX.-The New Government. X.-Violet Effingham. - XL-Lord Chiltern. London: Virtue and Co., City road and Ivy lane. ESTABLISHED 1764. N EWCASTLE WEEKLY - C R 1\IO CLE. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sampson Low and Co. l0s. 3d. 33ailey, J. P.-Festus. A Poem. Tenth Edition. (Crown 8vo, pp. 688). Longmans. 12s. 6d. Chiltern, Faith.-Watching for the Dead, and other Poems. (Fcp. 8vo, pp. 91). Provost and Co. Church Endowment. The "Pious Ancestor" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    siodccinentioocd Eatabiislnal ts fho Carpert-ion, Syilney Bathor t Taroworth AMiitlilnli Albury Dosuiliquin Newcastle Mcldgee Windsor. Adeloeg A.ec VICTRTnA. Melbourne Ca~stleininoss Chiltern Agency Creswick- (leclaag Wasiagaratta Heechworth Linton Ta'i' gm'iig ei' hlslisrat Ararat P'leas'iat Creck, Kysietoii 8whiiuhilst Iliglewooil Q()uaSLNcAN-D. Brisbane Ipswichcl Subscribers-only content

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