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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Introduction

    their incumbents or curates. Dunworth hundred is largely in the Vale of Wardour , and land in most of its parishes belonged to the Barons Arundell of Wardour as successors to Shaftesbury abbey. It is an area of broken landscape

    Parishes Tisbury

    Date above entrance. Wardour Castle ( 1968 ), 8-11. Ibid. 13-14, and pl. I. Ibid. pl. I. Arundell Mun., map of Wardour , 1753. Ibid. map of Wardour , 1764; ibid. Woods papers. Ibid. plans of Wardour Castle . Ibid.

    Hippenscombe

    1632 to Sir William Russell , Bt., who in 1633 conveyed it to the lessee Sir Edward Wardour . Also in 1633 Wardour sold it to William Seymour , earl of Hertford . 58 From 1633 to c . 1929

    Parishes Donhead St Andrew

    old Wardour castle. Those divisions suggest that both buildings stood before the boundaries were drawn and that the boundaries were drawn through them as the result of a compromise over the right to receive tithes. More land around old Wardour

    Parishes Ansty

    (1,382 a.), is in the Vale of Wardour 10 km. north-east of Shaftesbury (Dors.) and includes the steep northern slopes of White Sheet Hill . 2 The parish lies north-west and south-east and is 3.5 km. by 3.5 km. Its

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE, This Gazette contains an account of the capture of La Jatseur, French National Brig of 12 gui;.s, and 53 men, by Captain LYE, (of his Majesty's ship Bout- bay. Also the capture of a French Privateer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUE.SDA.'s SLONDON GAZETTE. .. 4drniralty-O Siee, May 17. np!W of a Letter fronm A. Skene, Esq. Captain of his Mfajesty's ship Guerrier, to the ljonj. W. WV. Pole. : SIR, lvhradoes. Alarch O. , haive the honour to acquaint Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINER. LONDJ/oN, FIEnaqAnY 20. THE past week has fmr*iluxt a 0iiod dcal of intelligenccf su lc bas it -is; IJUt 1Je accqugls.uin the French side are o0j- scure and reqdiivocai, and all that seeint clear is that there Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, 4 c. astrday Wseek, a fire broke out in the vorkshop of Messrs. Irwin and Keep, coach-makers, in Msry-le-bonne-streer, adjoin- ilng the Wick srentises of Sir 1;. Russell, who had a large corn- pan at a ball Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plates by Cruikshank.-On SATURDAY, the 3rd of January, will be put blished, heautifully printed asd hot-pressed, No. 1, price 3I. of TH~nIFE and EXPLOT ofDNQIXOTE, embellished wls beautify Wood Engravings, from designs by R. Cruakshank. H L A Number Subscribers-only content

 

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