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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Merrow

    a lower level than the chalk, is backed by the woodlands of the Weald , with the Sussex Downs beyond. Hindhead and Blackdown are to the south-west, Crooksbury Hill and the high ground near Farnham to the west. Further north

    Parishes Headley

    Surrey border, its high ground commanding a wide and picturesque view of the romantic scenery of the three counties, having Hindhead and its neighbours the Devil's Punch Bowl and the Devil's Jumps prominently outlined to the east. The village lies

    Parishes Haslemere

    place. But though Haslemere is a centre for a residential district, which since Professor Tyndall first built a house upon Hindhead has housed a remarkable body of literary, artistic, scientific, and otherwise distinguished residents, from Professor Tyndall and Lord Tennyson

    Parishes Puttenham

    and Lower Green Sand, which is the predominating soil. The views from the upper ground are extremely picturesque, embracing the Hindhead and Blackdown ranges, and extending over Sussex to the South Downs , while the foreground is broken and diversified

    Parishes Newton Valence

    the left are Long-moor and Bordon Camps , and in the obscure distance over the group of intervening hills are Hindhead and Black Down . Pelham Although there are no rivers in Newton Valence , Noar Hill is the watershed

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Hindhead Lodge

    Meeting Places Congregational Church Hall, Churt Road, Hindhead, Surrey, England 1930 The Annexe, Royal Huts Hotel, Hindhead, Surrey, England 1941 Congregational Church, Hindhead, Surrey, England 1947 United Reform Church Hall, Tower Road, Hindhead, Surrey, England 1974 Bordon Masonic Centre, Bordon,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a village of the Harz or a Certosa of the Apennines. Coming nearer home, the charms of Haslemere and the Hindhead, Leith Hill a-ad the Holmwood, Dorking and the Vale of Albury, afford Mr. Jennings pleasant excur- sions and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the mystery -was solved by Jaxams himself, -who doolly walked into the Devil's Punch-bowl Inr on the breezy summit of Hindhead, and casually informed the landlord that he had newly murdered his sweetheart. under circumstances which he described. The landlord, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as the sleeve-links belonged to Jenkins, who had admitted the incident.-Augmstus Stslls, the land- lord of the Punch-bowI Imu, near Hindhead, said that on Tuescday morning the prisoner, who seemed vcry muich iiukpset and wZas. crying, came into tile house Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they sparted, the prisoner going in the direction of Milford. ) Augustus Sais, landlord of the Punch Bowl beer- 3house, Hindhead, repeated the evidence given at the 3inquest as to the prisoner calling for beer about noon on Tuesday. Jenin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bridgce on Thursday night, causing much damage. Several houses were struck and some horses were killed onl the common. At Hindhead, Haslernere, near Guild- ford, the residence of Professor Williamson, the noted scientist, was fired; whilst at Tipper JParphain, near Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 26/07/1736

    after we went to Hindhead , where we met with our Companion Hack, and asked him if he would again turn out with us; he very readily comply'd, and we had not gone far from Hindhead before we met a

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Humphrey's orchard: the story of an English eviction., 1895

    patches of meadow land, down to the sea. Even to-day it retains something of its primitive mould, though Haslemere and Hindhead are civilised enough and plenti¬ fully strewn with smart red villas. But Blackdown is still given up to gorse Subscribers-only content

    Humphrey's orchard: the story of an English eviction., 1895

    patches of meadow land, down to the sea. Even to-day it retains something of its primitive mould, though Haslemere and Hindhead are civilised enough and plenti¬ fully strewn with smart red villas. But Blackdown is still given up to gorse Subscribers-only content

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