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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Winchester The soke

    of the Soke, is Cheesehill Street, running north and south, east of the main arm of the Itchen , 1 which formed the military fosse of the eastern wall of the city. Cheesehill Street takes its name from being the

    Parishes Martyr Worthy

    Chilland covers about 2,060 acres, rising from the low-lying ground near the Itchen in the south, to the high ridge of down land which stretches north of the Itchen valley. Of the whole area 1,438 acres are arable land, 4001/2

    Parishes St Mary Extra

    civil parish of Itchen . 1 At the time of the last Ordnance Survey St. Mary Extra comprised 2,177 acres, and Sholing 597 acres. The parish is bounded on the west by the estuary of the Itchen and the upper

    Parishes Ovington

    barely a mile in breadth at its widest part. Approaching the village from Itchen Stoke a pathway along the river bank between two branches of the Itchen leads to a ford over the widest part of the river, from which

    Parishes Easton

    parish where the land falls away to the Itchen valley. The hilly road from Winchester approaching from the south between low quickset hedges commands a wide view to the north over the Itchen valley to King's Worthy and Abbot's Worthy

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bove 1 0,000 troopsgTear! d, The Duke of Buckingham's yacht1with hissGroce and Dochgss on board, was towed out of the Itchen osr.Tsesdiy by.it tMeedina and Malmesbury steam-packets; and will proceed dIrect for -the-Mediterranean. She carries twelse brass guns, eighteen and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ball, brass-founder, Southampton, was, on Monday, repairing, with another ap- prentice, the gasometer at the gas-works near the Itchen river. As they were obliged to breathe the gas while they were at work, they were desired to walk into the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lazarette Station at the Motherbank to perform quarartine. The vessels will be ordered to lie off the mouth of the Itchen to be examined. HORRIBoEs STATE OF SaaeraERrEN.- The following is an extract of a letter received in Ennis from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fright at the noise of an engine, and started off at a furious pace down the steep bank of the Itchen. The tide being high, the animal was in a moment out of its depth and speedily drowned. Mr Gore Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    court, Chancery lane.-W. Wood, Wells street, South Hackney, grocer. [Bevra, Old Jewry.-G. Wild, Oxford street, grocer. [Rolmer, Bucklersbury.-T. Kerley, sen., Itchen Ferry, Southampton, butcher. rTrinder and Es re, John street, Bedford row.-T. Toynbee, Sloagh, Buckinghamshire, hotse dealer. [Empson, Moorgate street.- Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 6 Richard II (1382-3)

    first to construct, he at least rebuilt the main city bridge, known as the "Soke Bridge," which spans the river Itchen (Milner's 'History and Survey of Antiquities of Winchester,' second edition, pt. i. pp. 118-19). 1 There was a church

    Cecil Papers, January 1595, 01 January 1595-31 January 1595

    heard a shot from St. Andrews Castle, even as a boat came on shore at Calshot Castle, which was of Itchen Ferry, out of the which came four or five persons, whereof the two knights, Sir Charles and Sir Henry

    Index, H, I, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    54, 267, 281, 286, 301, 305, 308, 337. troops disbanded by the Duke of Savoy, 159. the war in, 172. Itchen (Ichine) [co. Hants ] , 20 Ivan (Evan) Vassillewich, Emperor of Russia, a former Ambassador of, referred to, 348.

    Index, H,I

    of Long Sutton, 882. Hyppeswell. See Hipswell. Hyxton. See Hixon. I Ichen Ferry. See Itchen Ferry. Ichestoke. See Idstoke. Ichyngham , John, 131. Ichynstoke. See Itchen Stoke. Ickenham , Ikenham, Middx., 34. Ickleford , Ikilford, Herts, 693. -, Ramerick manor Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 24 June 1831, 24 June 1831-24 June 1831

    Welborne , in the County of Norfolk , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Itchen: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Village of Itchen and its Vicinity, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Kirkby Wharfe: Also, Upon reading

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HARRIS, Christopher (c.1657-aft.1722), of Hayne, Devon

    Cornwall and Devon’. In the next Parliament Harris initiated a bill to enforce previous legislation concerning the navigation of the Itchen. The Worsley list and other analyses of the 1713 Parliament described him as a Tory. He was re-elected in

    CHANDLER, Walter (by 1486-1546), of Winchester and Abbot's Barton, Hants.

    whom the corporation appointed to approach the bishop about implementing the work of a recent commission for clearing the river Itchen. Sir William Paulet, senior knight for the shire in 1529 and the bishop’s steward, also appears to have leaned

    CHAMBERLAYNE, William (1760-1829), of Weston Grove, Hants.

    "the whole of the lands that come down to the water"s edge and that lie between the ferry over the Itchen at Southampton, and the river that goes out from Southampton Water at Hamble".[footnote] This had come to Chamberlayne as

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 June 1831, 24 June 1831

    of Welbome: Norfolk, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Itchen: the Village of Itchen and its Vicinity, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    — Frowlesworth ; Smarden ; Farforth cum Maidenwell; Little Waldingfield ; Wrotham ; Town Mai¬ ling ; Yaxham and Welborne; Itchen ; Kirkby Wharfe; Alford ; Harling; Auchtergaven; and Tipton, 747. — Welsh 10 Eastover, 734. —Moate, 747. — Halifax, Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1834, 17 June 1834

    was brought from the House of Commons, M Pl d h ; With a Bill, intituled, « An Act for establishing a Itchen Bridsf from g HC. Floating Bridge over the River Itchen from or near a read " Place Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1834, 23 June 1834

    of a Bill depending in this House, intituled, " An Act for establishing a Floating Bridge over the " River Itchen, from or near a Place called Cross House, " within the Liberties of the Town of Southampton, to " Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1834, 25 June 1834

    the Table. The Earl of Shaftesbury reported from the Lords Itc.hen Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, "An Act for BrldSeBili- " establishing a Floating Bridge over the River Itchen, " from or near a Place called Cross House, within Subscribers-only content

 

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