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    Ancient earthworks

    Ancient earthworks Ancient Earthworks Introduction Excavation affords the only method of ascertaining the age of most earthworks. Not until the spade has disclosed the evidence which an ancient earthwork may hold in the relics which lie buried beneath its Victoria County History

    Sport

    Sport Sport Ancient and Modern Fox-Hunting Few, if any, parts of Oxfordshire are not regularly visited by packs of foxhounds. The country is at present divided among the South Oxfordshire , the Bicester and Warden Hill , and the Victoria County History

    Cecil Papers, May 1610, 01 May 1610-31 May 1610

    Cecil Papers May 1610 May 1610 Sir Thomas Lake to the Earl of Salisbury 1610, May 1. His Majesty having this morning signed this warrant for Cleves, I send it away to your Lordship. Because it is in general British History Online

    Index, G

    Index G G Gaddesby (Gradsby), co. Leicester 232 Gage , Edward, uncle of Sir Henry Guildford 52 Gainford (Gainforth), co. Durham trees sold at, 60, 66, 72, 73, 79(2), 88 119, 136 Keeper of. See Brackenbury, Francis Gainforth. See British History Online

    Index, B

    Index B B Baber (Babor), Sir Francis, of Chew Magna, co. Somerset his name on Sheriffs' Roll, 187 Babington , Brute, Rector of Thurcaston, co. Leicester King refuses to sign letter nominating him Bishop of Derry, 219 licensed to British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RPRINO. FIELD LODGE. TE M )S If~'~ NING CLA&SSES A P~lEPR~fO~t UL~oS sr lilie Gin beiWees the ages of DTevo krjSztteE t0TA.IA rew~ive a timuit,4d n-~ebcr of Boluoders. anI 1 hr. oe b, 'w Vi, noB' -Dc,ltnebe'e 24th, 1886. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING TALE-TALK. _p CnEST'En CurP.-The following names- complete 'the entry oft 177 horses for this race':-Driffeld; b f by Col. wick, out of Quid's rdamy; Sir Martin; Black Stra Buttress, Satyr, Rtoderick, and N!o. 46. We ought also to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1'HE l NI P1{O7T[NIENT OF LAN DED ESTATES The Erection of Artizmns'. Miners' and Farm Labourers' Cottages, and Farm Buildings; Drainage, Fencing, Planting, Roadmaking, Water S-apply, &C. HE LAND LOAN & ENFRANGIISEMENT COMUPANY (Incorporated by Speeial Act of Parliament) Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r THE MANOR HOUSE, DUN'S TEW, :2 miles f iom Deddiuglon, and 21 froma Somerton Station, G.W.R. A Porion of the Excellent IIOUSEEIOLD FURNI- TURE: comprising a 7ft. 6in. Mahtlogany Sideboard, a oft. Walnut Ditto (nearly new), Grand Pianoforte Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WALTER .GRAY, AUCTIONEER, SURVE YOR, VALUER, AND ROUSE & ESTATE, AGENT, 30, NEW INN HALL BTREBT, OXFORD. B IARFIELD, EAST HENDRED, r ?,e Miles from \Vantage, three from Steventon Station, and soven from Abingdou. Messrs. 'KING and ADHIN A Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INOW FIRST PETBLISHBB.) fffil'iN THE WORLD WAS YOUNGER, MISS BBADDON, Anther of " Ishmael," " Phantom Fortune," " Take* at tba Flood," "Weavers and Waft," Ac, &c. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) SHAPTER XXII.- AT THE MANOR MOAT. Solid, grave, and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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