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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses Priory of Wilmington

    Alien houses Priory of Wilmington 65. THE PRIORY OF WILMINGTON 1 Robert, count of Mortain, proved himself a munificent benefactor to the abbey founded by his father at Grestein in Normandy , and not the least important of his

    Bramber Rape (North-eastern Part) Bramber Rape c. 1875

    Bramber Rape (North-eastern Part) BRAMBER RAPE (North-eastern Part) THE NORTH-EASTERN part of Bramber rape, like the north-western, lies across varied geological strata. The chalk downland in the south rises to c . 700 ft. along its steep north-facing scarp,

    Lower Beeding Forest

    Lower Beeding Forest FOREST. In the Middle Ages the whole parish apparently lay within St. Leonard 's Forest, so called by c . 1208. 49 The description 'forest' is a misnomer, since the area belonged to the Crown only

    Lower Beeding Lower Beeding c. 1875

    Lower Beeding LOWER BEEDING THE modern parish of Lower Beeding , 1 which includes most of the area of the former St. Leonard 's Forest, lies east of Horsham ; it is 7 miles (11.3 km.) long from north

    Ifield Ifield , Bewbush and Colgate c. 1910

    Ifield IFIELD The former parish of Ifield , 17 of which about half was within Crawley new town in 1985 , lay on the northern border of Sussex , 6 miles (9.7 km.) northeast of Horsham , and in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DYKE, Sir Thomas, 1st Bt. (c.1650-1706), of Horeham, Waldron, Suss.

    DYKE, Sir Thomas, 1st Bt. (c.1650-1706), of Horeham, Waldron, Suss. Constituency Dates Sussex 1685 East Grinstead 1689 East Grinstead 1690 East Grinstead 1695 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Suss. 1677-9, 1689-90, enclosure, Ashdown Forest 1677; j.p. 1680-July 1688, Nov.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. Last week 14,281 emigrants lnided at Now York, Hounry Benson, the conviot, is lying me, a very dangereril state at thle prison at Portsea. DIV'. Gladstone was entertained at dinner at the Devon- shire Club on Saturday evening. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. LoNpoox, Thursday Night. statement on public business in the )igL this afternoon contained no House of Cotrreaders, The First Lord of the rprise foradoned the tithes bills to the Tre-surs F essure f the agricultural Liberal memrese Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F A T`NO-i-.-- --7-~ dhoBo elsrQy M Jda Nii. easate The ajonnt seve who is " not so feret o wors as Lord Acon, f or- bot .Ear pmer and the Earl of Kmerley, pok& . There. wre pores Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LEW BOOKS. rSP5s T- A VILL AGE. By W. H. HnDSO, C.M.Z.S. 1 [Chaprnaf and Hall.] I r As pleasant in style and in matter as it is attractive < n2 form, this goodly volume may enable many, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VISIT. TO THE ART EXHIBITION IN THE LEEDS PlILOSOPHICA-L HALL. IAI -- No. 11. It is now high time bthat we said a word about the pictures . whioh are hung in considerable numbers on the walls of the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Remarks on the land question., 1874

    ever, as yet, been explained by which this unearned increase of rent can be appropriated, and till then further discussion of this part of Mr. Mill ' s plan may be postponed. ' Some maintain, with the Members of Subscribers-only content

    Report of Proceedings: 1876-1880., 1880

    & ? & / V 35 of claims by inhabitants, as there is no doubt that in numberless cases great practical injustice arises from the highly technical doctrines of law on the subject. Roadside Strips.! In the last Report Subscribers-only content

    Report of Proceedings: 1876-1880., 1880

    £ > zh iv CONTENTS. PAGE Inclosures otherwise than by the sanction of Parliament -Proceedings in Courts of Law, and other Inquiries 29 Coulsdon Common 29 Banstead Commons 30 Mitehain Common 31 Hackney Commons 31 Fulham Common -. 32 Subscribers-only content

    Report of Proceedings: 1876-1880., 1880

    6is~ 59 INDEX. • • PAGE Appropriation of Commons by Railways and other Companies 22-29 Ashdown Forest 35 Banstead Commons 30 Barnes Common 23 Barrowden Common 6 Bulwell Forest 27 Burghclere Poor Allotment 36, 48 Burnham Beeches 20 Charity Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the land question., 1874

    ever, as yet, been explained by which this unearned increase of rent can be appropriated, and till then further discussion of this part of Mr. Mill ' s plan may be postponed. ' Some maintain, with the Members of Subscribers-only content

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