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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish and liberty of Havant INDEX MAP to the LIBERTY OF HAVANT

    South Mill and Asshewell Mill. 6 Amongst other mills in the town the most picturesque is the disused one at Langstone . It stands on the harbour of that name, near the causeway which connects Hayling Island with the main-land,

    Houses of Augustinian canons The abbey of St Augustine , Bristol

    Tickenham , Were, Poulet, Portbury , Berkeley , Wotton , Cromhall , Beverstone, Ashleworth , Almondsbury , Cheshull, Portishead , Langstone , Rualach, and St. Nicholas, Bristol , the gift of Robert Fitzharding and his sons. 5 As some of

    Hayling Island

    when an Act was passed for building a bridge across Langstone Harbour from Havant up to the Ferry House in North Hayling . 2 The single line of railway to Langstone from Havant has since been extended across the harbour

    Bosham PARISH CHURCH of The HOLY TRINITY BOSHAM

    a note was made that it should in future be £42, including the lastage (port dues along the coast from Langstone , on the borders of Hampshire , to Pevensey ), 19 which had been farmed by William son of

    The borough of Lymington Index Map to the Liberty of Lymington

    a formal complaint with the Crown that whereas they had been granted all privileges as a port between Hurst and Langstone , in aid of their fee-farm, yet the men of Lymington had taken customs from certain ships putting in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3. Hilton, resident curate of Meare, Somersetshire. W. Newman, King street, Hammersmith, builder. P. Lancashire, Chorlton-upon-Medlock, Lancashire, gardener. J. Daniel, Langstone, Monmoutsshire, farm bailiff. R. Vintner, Springfield, Isle of Wight, gentleman, out of business, J. M'Larty, Spring street, Shadwell, lodging-house Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LATE VIOLENT STORMS. JItUR5CAyIT iN LONDON AND THE NPeGHsBOURHOOD.-From eleven o'clock on Sunday evening until six o'clock a.m. on Monday, one of the most fearful gales of wind that have for many years disturbed the in- habitants of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cannot gut away. The house is well surrolunded." Prisoners ran back up the stairs and verte followed by witness and Langstone. They ian into a room and put out a light which was burning at the stene moment burl- ing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I I suppose? (Laughter.) Defendant: -Yes-Defendant 3 ;Nas filed 2s. 6d. nstcTNG WOcyoDo Eotsns.-Henrv Brown, coal- merchant, Witton, and Alfred Langstone, coal-dealer, Wilton Street, Aston. were summoned for cruelty to a horse b1 causing it to he worked while in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dr. Brown pronounqing the woman a corpse recommended her removal to the dead house. Two surgeons (Mr Steele and Mir. Langstone) waeoe sent for. and when the latter had continued his efforts to restore animation for two hours, returning consciousness Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 June 1817, 20 June 1817

    Hunston Common to or near the City " of Chichester; and for improving the Navigation of " the Harbour of Langstone and Channels of Lang- " stone and Thorney;" to which they desire the Con¬ currence of this House. The Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1817, 24 June 1817

    Langstone and Portsmouth Har- *' bours, with a Cut or Branch from Hunston Com- " mon to or near the City of Chichester; and for " improving the Navigation of the Harbour of Lang- " stone, and Channels of Subscribers-only content

    30 June 1817, 30 June 1817

    Langstone and Ports- " month Harbours, with a Cut or Branch from Hun- " ston Common to or near the City of Chichester ; " and for improving the Navigation of the Harbour " of Langstone and Channels of Subscribers-only content

    1 July 1817, 1 July 1817

    from thence to Langstone and Portsmouth Har¬ bours, with a Cut or Branch from Hunston Com¬ mon to or near the City of Chichester; and for improving the Navigation of the Harbour of Langstone and Channels of Langstone and Thorney." Subscribers-only content

    7 July 1817, 7 July 1817

    to Langstone and Portsmouth Harbours, " with a Cut or Branch from Hiinston Common to or " near the City of Chichester ; and for improving the '.' Navigation of the Harbour of Langstone and " Channels of Langstone and Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Extracts from Lord Chief Justice Hale., 1840

    from the aforesaid town in Langstone , and extending from the said town of Lang- stone further west, to the marsh called Drayton Marsh , including all surrounding grounds and part of the port of Langstone afore¬ said, and extending Subscribers-only content

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