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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Mickleham

    Parishes Mickleham MICKLEHAM Michelham and Micelham (xi cent.); Mikeleham (xii cent.); Mikelham and Micheham (xiii cent.); Mykeleham (xiv cent.). Mickleham is a small parish and village midway between Dorking and Letherhead, and 21 miles from London . It measures

    Parishes Dorking

    Parishes Dorking DORKING Dorchinges (xi cent.); Dorkinges (xiii cent.); Dorking (xviii cent.). Dorking is a market town 231/2 miles south-west of London , 12 miles east of Guildford . The market was claimed by the Earl of Warenne and

    Other industries

    Other industries OTHER INDUSTRIES Bacon and associated products Wiltshire 's reputation as a producer of good bacon was of long-standing as early as the 18th century, when pigs were normally cured on the farms. 1 By the 19th century

    Hackney Protestant Nonconformity

    Hackney Protestant Nonconformity PROTESTANT NONCONFORMITY A circulating preacher called Davenport , possibly the puritan John Davenport (d. 1670), was reported in 1637 at Hackney , 65 where in 1641 a crowd gathered for rebaptism in the Lea . 66

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    , 247; Spring quarry, 249; tax., 298, 307; vicar, 249; Wadswick , 258 Box brook , see By brook Box Hill (Box Ground) stone, 247 Box Rubber Mills Co . , 230 Box valley , 121 Boyne , Wm., 240

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E POLITA : IEXAM - INE . PI mknight givet a abort hint to an impavlal writer, it wouhibe to tell him bis fate.- .fe renioves' to vetntre upon the sdang~erous prigcipice~oftelling unhiassed~troth, let him prodaim arieitkha-mankindddlamode lepai de-Pole-ndtherto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PERSON7AL GOSSIP. [From tie Pa Mal Gadee] Apropos of the Berlin BRichsnnzeiger's announcement that the Crown Prince Rudolph was " the dearly-loved friend " of the present Germ=n Emperor, the following conversation, which is said to have taken place Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PERSONAIL GOSSIP. (Fro-m the Pall Mall Gaaette.] Mrs. Turner Sargent, daughter of Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, who had been ill for nearly two months, died a few days ago at her father's home. Mrs. Sargent was the only daughter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DR. ONOFROFF'S THOUGHT-READING EXPERDLENTS. it the invitation of the directors of the Westminster Aquarium a number of representatives of the Press and others assembled yesterday afternoon in the theatre to witness a number of experiments announced to be performed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BALSALL HEATH POLICE COURT. FBiDmnA.-Before Messrs. Eliott, Baldwin, and Gilber, A CA'TION.-William Jones, landlord of the Welling- ton Inn, 221, Mary Street, Bairall Heath, was summoned for supplying intoxicating liquors to a drunken person.-t Police-constable Wainwright saw a man Subscribers-only content

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