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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Lawrence

    houses being scattered along the high road from Ventnor to Niton . The parish comprises what is known as the Undercliff , and has at its eastern end the Royal National Hospital for Consumption built in 1869 and comprising ten

    Parishes Niton

    as nowhere else in the Island. The White Lion Inn is a quaint old hostelry and the neighbourhood of the Undercliff is famed for its beauty. The main street runs north and south, intersected by the road from Whitwell ,

    Parishes Newchurch

    owned by Mr. Quickthorne. Another estate known as Cliff by Shanklin is possibly to be identified with the manor of Undercliff held by John Lisle of Wootton at his death in 1471 . 103 It appears in the inquisition on

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the CITY of CANTON, elaborately finished by a distinguished Chinese Artist. This beautiful Picture, with the remarkable Modelof the Undercliff of the Isleof Wight, and the Painted Glass after Martin and Danby, is viewed by Artificial Light, under a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " qf tf/e Isle of TViyhft; its Climate, His- tory, cand Noatural Productions. By G. A. Martin, M.D. Churchill. The Undercliff of the Isle of WNight is here presented to the reader in a great variety of aspects. A chapter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a change comes o'er the spirit of the dream." Scene 4 represents " Moonlight: fairy nook in the Valley of Undercliff, in which we are regaled with an encounter of vits between Chili-fee-fum and his attendants and the fairy Azurina. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wistic tosldience. The cosuforts of home anend ildodelimate,. crer bronchitis is forgosten, Sosne south rooms vncant.-Address, Mr. c Mr6. Findley, Undercliff Boarsling Hous. cIl32 i TOUSE to l[,,et, nt Aoek's Green. Rat £30. Possessiau s . sA once. Diseis. ke,, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Bright Family," ought to ieed maey readers in Birmninghaml. There is a pleasant paper oci ' Vecntnor necd the Undercliff," and one oie the "s Alozarts in Englaid." 'The ourrent fictions are "'-The Violin laycor," by Bertha hlornses; "The Subscribers-only content

 

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