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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Newdigate

    held with Reigate and Dorking by the Earls of Warenne and Surrey . In the 16th century Ewood , or Iwood , was the seat of an important iron forge and furnace. 1 Newdigate was among the parishes excepted by

    Royal forests

    Wood. 853 The underforester of Panterwick 854 presented offences in Evesbury, 855 and the underforester of Iwood 856 in Mottisfont Coppice 857 and in Iwood itself. Officers In the reign of Edward the Confessor a royal huntsman, Alvric, held of

    Parishes Dinton

    , and his son, another Simon, inherited the manor, 61 which he, together with the Hon. Edward Harley , of Iwood , Herefordshire , Auditor of the Imprest, sold to Sir John Vanhattem in 1727 . 62 Sir John Vanhattem

    Royal forests Appendices CLARENDON PARK 1650 (Hoare, Mod. Wilts . Alderbury Hundred, 132-141).

    by 'Apsehullemede ' (N. and NW. of Apshill Copse ) and so along near the covert of 'Iwode ' (' Iwood ' or 'Ifwood' occupied the ridge between Apshill and Leigh Hill Copses: W.A.M . xlix. 420, n. 56.) 37.

    Parishes Wandsworth

    poor clergy, producing in 1874 £875 17 s . 6 d . a year; the estates called Bexhill , Eastbrooke, Iwood , Telscombe , Warbleton and Worth in Sussex , Kempsing in Kent , Clayhall in Surrey , Longney in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (,han - m . I , Teiinlwyd dau ysgydwad nerthol o ddaeargryn yn Algeria yr l~eg cynfisol, pryd y gwnaed niwed mawr i eiddo mewn amryw barthau. Bwriedir dwyn cynygiad i mewn i'r Senedd Americanaidd y tymor nesaf am Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ir fin tbhecotintry'at'dsublehe price. , ''ir4'Watch Warhaite andjisent, free: and' safe by post, (on receipf'of"a reimittance) carefully pocked ji w Iwood boxesmade -es yfpqt1 ,sm and h re ister tPtOffieb turetersaf ti Watcheo'df 'aaery desctiptiost a Fair and retaonable Puce. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d laooson i arwyddo note of hand ar RhoseIdu; a'r Pe-chn John BSnallwood, Edward Ruberts, Bryrubo ;,Mti E W Sma Iwood, a W Jones, Brymbo, ar gapel Fdint. 8 Penodwyd Michael Thomas, Bryneglwys, fel an i ym- ohebu aI ef, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Annie HIughes, Pendleton, 60; fe rDa~vid Jamecs Thiojins, Oldham, 509; Peter Thoia.'s Hughes, Moss Side, 59; Ilewelyn G. Jones, Hey- Iwood St., 59; Rober I[Xivics Powell, Heywood St., 11 ar .)9; Mary Elizabeth Evans, Oldlam, 569; Ailda Thomas, Alov, Side, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'DR UNKENNESS! Oct. 19, 1815. MR. Eximm..Y Drunkenlness excuses no crime. But he who i3s guilty of any crine whatever,through his volun- tary 1)runkenness, shali be punished for it as much as if lie had been sober. For tIe Subscribers-only content

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