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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The rape of Chichester Introduction

    the two later Rapes: the order in which the Hundreds 5 are entered being- Singleton (C), Dumpford (C), Easebourne (C), Rotherbridge (A), Westbourne (C), Stockbridge (C), Manhood (C), Easwrith (A), Poling (A), Bury (A), Avisford (A), Box (C). William de

    Arundel Rape

    leet jurisdiction was claimed over most of the county. 89 In 1361 the court was held at a site in Rotherbridge hundred, 90 presumably the place called Nomansland gate on the South Downs near the boundary between Arundel and Chichester

    Index

    places Roman period , see estates and land units; roads, Rom.; and under names of places Rose : Wm., fam., Rotherbridge , hund., Rouen (Seine Maritime) , abps., see Coutances Royal Air Force , Rudgwick , Rufford , John, Runcton

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 October 1644-31 July 1645

    the hundred of Doddingtree, co. Worcester, letter to Rossiter , Col. Edward horse sol diers of his regiment letters to Rotherbridge hundred , co. Sussex Rotherfield , co. Sussex, Sir Richard Norton's house at Rotherhithe , letter dated from Rotterdam Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 506, February 1645, 01 February 1645-28 February 1645

    their pay is above the ordinary. 14. That the warrants and papers concerning the exactions made by Waller's commissaries on Rotherbridge hundred, Sussex, be reported to the House. 15. To report to the House that money may be sent to Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    440.—Lancing, 444. Leominster, 440. Littlehampton, 440.—Madehurst, 440, p. Manhood Hundred, 444. Middleton, 440, p.—Petworth, 428. Poling, 440. Preston, East, 440.—. Rotherbridge Hundred, 428. Rushington, 440.—Southstoke,440. —Walberton, 440, p. Warningcamp, 440. Westborne and Sin- gleton Hundred, 444. Worthing, 428, p.—Yapton, 440, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    p. Risbridge Hundred, 230, p. Rochester, Kent, 293, p. Roches- ter, Kent, and Neighbourhood, 230, p. Rochford Hundred, 181, p. Rotherbridge Hundred, 379. Rotherfield, Frant and others, 362. Rotherfield Hundred, 356, p. Rotherham, 206. Rothiemay, Keith and others, 375, p. Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1800, 13 February 1800

    up the prefent Ro;d leading from a Place called Gefs Lanes, in the Paxiih of Pii'ivorth, over a Bridge called Rotherbridge, to a Place called Ii,:;<h End, in the-faid PaiiLh, and to pull down the faid Bridge, and, infiead thereof, Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1827, 2 April 1827

    the Table; and be printed. Nineteen Petitions,—of Occupiers of land in the hun- Petitions dreds of Poynings, Tipnoak, Brightford, and Rotherbridge; aSaiI?st al- of Owners and Occupiers of land in the three hundreds of corn Laws Newport Pagnell; and in Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1827, 3 May 1827

    lie upon the Table; and be printed. Five Petitions,—of Freeholders of the parish of Petworth, Petitions in the hundreds of Rotherbridge, Bury, and Bosham; and against Sus- of the town of Worthing,—were presented, and read; tak- ^x Election ing notice Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    High Holborn, truss makers. John Sorton and Ceo. Wrench, of Ardwick, Lancashire, common brewers. Wm. Puttick and James Puttick, of Rotherbridge, Sussex, farmers. Robt. Robinson and Thomas Robinson, of Whitby, Yorkshire, masons. Win. Gregory and Wm. Watkiusou, of Huddersfield, hosiers. Subscribers-only content

    London Gazette, FROM TUESDAY JUNE 30 TO SATURDAY JULY 4 1741

    the Laid Court, at his Mhamber in Symond's Inn in Chancery-Lane, London, A Free- hold Meffuage, Farm and Lands at Rotherbridge, in the Pariffi of Petworth in the CoUnty of Sulesx, of the yearly Value of 0o 1. or upwards, Subscribers-only content

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