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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Minstead

    very much enlarged the house. Castle Malwood , rebuilt by Mr. Charles Hill in 1892 , is now the property and residence of Mr. Hanbury . At Castle Malwood Lodge , now called ' Malwood ,' the residence of Lady

    Parishes Bramshaw

    views in the forest can be obtained. A vast area of woodland stretches to the English Channel, broken only by Malwood Ridge over Minstead Valley , while the hills of the Isle of Wight can be seen in the distance.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' - P' Dyma fel yr ysgrifena Syr William Har court mriewn perthynas i araeth Arglwydd Salisbury yn Rhydychain F "Malwood, Lyndhurst, Nov. 27th. en Dear Sir,-The statement towhich you refer, made e by- Lord. Salisbury,. 'that the disestablishment of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in order to quiet the alarm of his sister. The lamented gentleman was a brother of Col. Robbins, of Castle Malwood, in the New Forest, and wasin the 44th year of his age. THE MuRDER- AT EASroas-It may be recollected Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one of his friends. He will embark at Southampton, af ter havn pada visit to Sir William Harcourt, at Castle Malwood, ner ydhurst. Tint ThAcr.nDr u Kstc-rrsvr Towx.-Dr. C. Danford Thomas, coroner for Central Middlesex, held an inquest, yesterday, concerning Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bower and the Iinightw5ood Oak, two points of especial (interest to visitors, To-day Mr. Gladstone wvill spend q uietly at Malwood ; but it is expected that deputations will endeavour to obtain interviews. To-mon-ow he will address a meeting in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Eldrewood, and there had luncheon. Later in the afternoon other parts of the forest were inspected, and before returning to Malwood the ex-Premier took tea at the Queen's House, at Lyadhuurat To-day he will address a meeting at buseyd Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The truth about the church in Wales: a lecture, delivered at Truro, ... 1889., 1889

    asked Sir William Har - National court whether he included these under tithe, roper y rp^ .g ^.g repiy .- Malwood , Lyndhurst , October 31 s*, 1889 . My Lord, In reply to your letter of the 30th, I Subscribers-only content

    Is the ballot secret?, 1898

    ( Arthur James Balfour , of Whittinghame, Preston Kirk , N.B., Privy Councillor.) HARCOURT. ( Sir William Harcourt , of Malwood , Hampshire , Privy Councillor.) The Voter goes into a compartment in the Polling Booth , and places a Subscribers-only content

    The truth about the church in Wales: a lecture, delivered at Truro, ... 1889., 1889

    asked Sir William Har - National court whether he included these under tithe, roper y rp^ .g ^.g repiy .- Malwood , Lyndhurst , October 31 s*, 1889 . My Lord, In reply to your letter of the 30th, I Subscribers-only content

    Annual report 1822, 1822

    10 0 Bones the late Captain, R. N 10 0 0 -Bouverje the Hon. Captain P. Duncorabe, R. N., Castle Malwood , Hants Bowen Essex , Esq Bowley Devereux, Esq., Cirencester 10 10 0 Brach Mr. Alexander , Liverpool Bradney Subscribers-only content

    Annual report 1820, 1823

    31 10 0 Bones the late Captain, R.N 10 0 0 Bouverie the Hon. Captain P. Duncombe , R.N., Castle Malwood , Hants Bowen Essex , Esq Bowley Devereux, Esq., Cirencester 10 10 0 Brach Mr. Alexander , Liverpool Bradney Subscribers-only content

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