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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The seventeenth century Population and Topography

    Bell inn, helped to raise funds to buy plate for Kiplingcotes races the same year, and in 1690 authorized a racecourse on Westwood . 82 The importance of the beck and the roads leading to the town was generally recognized


    annals for its Hunt; 4 and on the downland to the south of it is the even more famous Goodwood Racecourse . An architectural relic of the Charlton Hunt is Fox Hall , the lodge built by the Duke of

    Social Institutions

    SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS Racecourse . Horse-racing on Westwood evidently began in 1690 , when the corporation gave permission for a course to be made where it had been 'now lately used', 69 and in 1712 the race days were 9-11 September

    List of illustrations

    in possession of Lovelock, Mitchell , and Partners, Architects, Chester . 295 180 The Roodee from the west, 1950. C.P.S., Racecourse (neg. MISC 3/2). 299 181 The Groves in 1760 . Lieut. Joseph Winder , South-East Prospect of Chester (

    The borough of Warwick Introduction: the suburbs from c. 1600 Warwick in 1788

    west of the town, between Theatre Street and the Common Brook, the land drops away giving a view over the Racecourse . The area was formerly known as Levenhull or Linen Hill and formed part of the possessions of St.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    They supersede every other kind, and are of all sizes, for tbe waitcoat porer, Shooting, Military purposes, c&c. Opera and Racecourse Classes with wonderful powers: a minute object can he leserly seen Irss ten to twelve miles distant. - Inv.iuable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    them.-Petitions for the winding up of the Petroleum Trading Company (Limited), the Patent Carriage Company (Limited), and the Interna- tional Racecourse Society (Limited), were to be heard before the Master of the Rolls this day.-The expected Tunisian Government Loan has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    instant.- The balf-yearly meeting of the Metropolitan Railway Company is convened for the 2nd August. - Creditors of the International Racecourse Society (Limited) are required to send the particulars of their claims to Mr C. F. Kemp, the official liquidator, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Globe Steam Printing, Haford Lead Mining, Haytor Granite, Hill Pottery, Huddersfield District Manufnctory, Humber Iron Works and Ship Building, International Racecourse Society, Joint-stock ])iscount, Kilgetty Silica, Land Credit Company of Ireland, Littlehampton, Havre, and Honfleur Steam Shipping; Llantwrt Vardre Colliery, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Egypt .......... 100 The Spanish Marriage .......... 102 Disguised Repudiation .......... 103 Obstruction of Parliamentary Business ...04.. 104 The Racecourse Licensing Bill .. 106 Lord Shaftesbury and the Book of Genesis ..................,.107 The Battle of Thirlmere ...... 105.. Lay-Figures Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    An index to the Local Government Act, 1888

    to be carried to exchequer contribution accounts, 17-Power to levy, may be transferred to county council, 15-Schedule of, 119. under Racecourse Licensing Act-Trans¬ fer of powers in relation to, to county council, 3. for Theatres - Transfer of powers in Subscribers-only content

    [Collection of letters to the chief secretary of government on the subject of locusts ] ., 1881

    and towards Denia. Dagh Nahieh, near Skyloura, Ayios, Vasilios, Hierolako, Trimythia, Neokhori, Ayios, Demetrios, or Eglendji and Kioneli. Diermenlyk Nahieh.- Racecourse , close to Nicosia ; in the hummocks to the nort h of Buyuk and Kuchuk Kaimakli, Mia Milia Subscribers-only content

    St. Helena: or, Nature's neglected citadel., 1891

    ). VIII. Fairyland (the property of Mr. W. A. Thorpe , the largest cattle owner on the island). IX. Deadwood Racecourse (one and a half miles level). X. Horseridge (country residence of the editor of leading journal). XL Sandy Bay Subscribers-only content


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