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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lower Beeding Lower Beeding c. 1875

    road from Colgate to Holmbush linked it with the first road described above, to form one of two roads between Horsham and Crawley . 30 Lower Beeding c. 1875 (except Colgate and Bewbush ) The east-west road through Colgate was

    Lower Beeding Forest

    rabbits. Its site was evidently north and east of Colgate : it was bisected in 1650 by the road from Horsham to Tilgate , 46 evidently the modern road through Colgate , the Holmbush house which preceded the present one

    Lower Beeding Churches

    there was an assistant curate, 46 but the incumbent's task was much eased by the building of Colgate church and the creation of Colgate ecclesiastical parish in 1871 . 47 In 1875 congregations at Lower Beeding church averaged c .

    Lower Beeding Economic history

    2371 . Kelly 's Dir. Suss . ( 1909 ), s.v. Lower Beeding , Colgate . Ibid. ( 1882 , 1895), s.v. Lower Beeding , Colgate . P.R.O., MAF 68/ 2371 . V.C.H. Suss . ii. 462; cf. above, intro.

    Rusper Church

    was later bought by the Church of England and dedicated in 1966 to St. Francis, as a daughter church of Colgate parish church in Lower Beeding . After the congregation had declined it was closed c . 1979 . 97

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    moriiing last, and, the same evening, or early the next morning, lie broke into the dwelling-house of M r. Georpg Colgate, at Lewisham, from which he carried away several articles of wearing apprel. lie wvas apprehended shortly after, and was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flORCIIARDT'S SOLAMENUS, for the immediate Relief E5 and Cure of Corns, without Pain or Daueer.-The Discoverer of this inva- luable Article is the celebrated Mr BORCHARDT, who has been patronized by the London University, the King-s College, and One Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wholesale Agent for the County of Berks; Butler, High Wycombe ; Deiglhton, Worcester; Durdet, Stroud ; Caddel, Gravesend; Caddel, Rochester; Colgate, Canterbur Neale, Dover; Bilton, Landport, Portsmouth; Chatterton, 1ye Hollumau, Exeter; Brookes, Spiceall street, Bitminghamt; Hull, Oxford, Wholesale Agent tor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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  • * British History Online *

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    presentation. The Index contains entries for persons, places and subjects. We wish to thank Professor Gary S. De Krey of Colgate University for this reference and for his comments on an earlier version of this Introduction. Le Gros does not

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