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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Swaffham Bulbeck Local government

    allotted the surplus income of the Ditches charity to maintaining that ground. 3 A sports pavilion erected there in 1974 was rebuilt in 1990 . 4 The council then also obtained from the Ditches ' rents about half the annual

    Preston upon the Weald Moors The Hoo c. 1900

    boundary are marked by the road from Preston to Hurleybrook, in existence by 1283 , 4 and by Hurley brook. Ditches across the Weald Moors mark its boundaries on the west, north, and east. The eastern boundary partly coincides with

    Shipton Shipton Hall

    high ground west of Shipton village and a Bronze Age cremation above Brockton , towards the Ditches . 74 The Ditches , or Larden Ditches , a circular triple-ditched Iron Age hill fort, 75 partly in Rushbury parish, was called

    West Dean Parish Church of St Andrew West Dean

    meadow in Elyngeden 'at the end of Witeweye' (perhaps Hylters Lane ), 'to a ditch above Stapelherssch' (wood called 'The Ditches ' above Stapleash Farm), 'to a green way between the wood of the Earl of Arundel ( Westdean Wood)


    corporation laid a claim to the town walls and ditches, 110 but in 1772 it was petitioning the Crown for a grant of them. 111 In 1774 the walls, ramparts, and ditches on the north and west of the town,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in an unsuccessful joint-stock bank in this town. He now keeps a small grocer's shop in a place called the Ditches. He formerly was a Liberal in politics. Two or three years ago he obtained a situation in the Excise, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tion, or a Maan hanged ! The Course, marked out with Flags, and having Hurdles, Posts, Fences, Rails, Hedges, Drains, Ditches, and Brooks in the Way ; aced this sportsmen do call the Country, and say such a Country is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford. By the Rev, the Principal of Brasenuose College.-II. On the " Belgic Ditches." and the probable date of Stonehenge. BY Edwin Guest, MA.-III. Descriptionof Antiquities recently found at Caerleon. Communicated by John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    accounts the Neapolitans were making a large ditch around Palermo, and erecting forts to defend the towns. But forts and ditches are only efficient when defended by brave soldiers. The rascals who did not shrink from staining their bayonets with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    writer of books on the country that in time fresh materials for his artists' pencils must get scarce. Ponds and Ditches. By M. C. Cooke, LL. D. (Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.)-This is another little volume written with much the Subscribers-only content


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