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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Taplow

    appear to have been divided, the former obtaining the portion afterwards known as Cliveden Manor (q.v.) and the latter retaining the Amerden part. 75 William de Cliveden is mentioned in 1304 76 and again in 1308 with his wife Alice

    Parishes Hedsor

    east bank of the river within a mile of Cookham Bridge , where the Thames makes its southward bend for Cliveden Reach. A reference to the ' New Wharf ' with a newly-built house, a portion of which is comprised

    Parishes Stowe

    the Duke of Marlborough at Blenheim , Lord Cadogan at Caversham , Duke of Argyll at Inverary, Lord Orkney at Cliveden , Gen. Lumley at Stanstead , and for Gen. Webb (Seeley's Descr. of Stowe [ 1797 ] ). 'The

    Parishes Wooburn

    Great Western railway, which crosses the river at this point. From Bourne End railway bridge there are beautiful views of Cliveden Woods and Hedsor . In dredging near this bridge a dug-out flat-bottomed boat of oak, probably of the Bronze

    Parishes Cookham

    , and the estate remained in the Leycester family until it was purchased about 1890 by Mr. Waldorf Astor of Cliveden , the present owner. 119 A second manor called BULLOCKS in Cookham , sometimes described as in Bray ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iddo pan ddiwedd haf yr A mnewn ewbh i ysgafn i fyny y Dafwys, dyweder o Maidenhead, heibio g coed Cliveden, trwy Cookham, i fyny i Marlow, Den A can uched, feallai, a Henley. Ac nid y lleiaf o'r swyn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barrymore and Messareene, my dear Sisters in Loo. You may be sure I am charged with a large parcel from Cliveden, where I was last night. Except being extremely ill, Mrs Clive is extfemely well; but the Tax-gatherer is gone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Duchess of Sutherland with a visit at Cliveden on Wednesday. The Prince and Princess of Wales concluded their visit to her Majesty on Thursday morning, when they left Windsor in a special train, which will travel to the Great Eastern Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    views on the Thames some years ago he did some of especial interest in and about the leafy woods of Cliveden. Latterly he has devoted his attention to the river as it flows through the Great City; he has depicted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was present on Wednesdy in the Jockey Club Stand. It is seldom his lordship tis seen on a racecourse now. Cliveden, where the Duke and Duchess of West- minster are entertaining a large pry for Ascot, was once the residence Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Cliveden

    Place ClivedenCliveden, Buckinghamshire, England In 1866 Queen Victoria stayed at Cliveden for some time, enjoying the 'change of air' and peace and quiet she found there. Contemporary view: CLIVEDEN, or CLIEFDEN, the seat of the Due of Sutherland, in

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, T, U, V, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    of the Horse to. See Goodman, Cardell. George, fifth (second) Duke of Buckingham, articles exhibited against by Goodchild returned to Cliveden accompanies the King, etc., to Portsmouth bailiff of. See Goodchild, John. George, fourth Viscount Grandison, captain of the Yeomen Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, D, E, F, G, 01 January 1683-30 June 1683

    commission to John, military commission to Clerk. See Clarke. Clerke , Captain John, letter from Cleyton. See Clayton. Clifden [? Cliveden, Bucks. ] Cliffe. See Clifford. Clifford , Robert, reference on petition of (for remission of fine and imprisonment) alias Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    , John, of Limerick, patent for invention of new engine, reference on petition for warrant for Clippers . See Coiners. Cliveden , in Taplow, Bucks., Duke of Buckingham's house at Cloths , serges and stuffs, invention for watering, damasking and Subscribers-only content

    Preface

    their discharge was laid aside after some debate ( p . 39). Buckingham was permitted in June to go to Cliveden for two days about some buildings of his there, and on his petition declaring his hearty sorrow for his Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, June 1684, 01 June 1684-30 June 1684

    allowing considerable ( sic ) for it, that the Duke returning from a journey into Lincolnshire to his house at Cliveden near Maidenhead found not any hay for his horses, nor victuals for his house, that inquiring what was become Subscribers-only content

 

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