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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sullington Nonconformity

    Sullington Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. A Roman Catholic was recorded in the parish in 1767 . 17 A Baptist was mentioned in 1662 . 18 Richard Haines of West Wantley (d. 1685) had become a Baptist by 1657 and was later


    Warnham WARNHAM THE PARISH of Warnham 45 lies north-west of Horsham on the Surrey border; it is roughly 4 miles (6.4 km.) long by 3 miles (4.8 km.) wide at its widest. In 1881 the ancient parish had 4,960

    Sullington Sullington c. 1875

    Sullington SULLINGTON SULLINGTON lies on and below the northern scarp of the South Downs , 7½ miles (12 km.) NNW. of Worthing . The ancient parish covered 2,338 a. 32 Of that, 120 a. lay in two detached parts

    Horsham Horsham Town Boundery Extenstions 1875-1927

    Horsham HORSHAM THE TOWN of Horsham , 1 a medieval borough which later became one of the chief towns in the county, lies near the Surrey border in the middle of what was one of the largest parishes in

    Horsham Protestant nonconformity

    Horsham Protestant nonconformity PROTESTANT NONCONFORMITY. The Quakers, Presbyterians, and General Baptists all flourished in Horsham in the later 17th and earlier 18th centuries; in 1676 there were said to be 100 dissenters in the parish, 76 and in 1715

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHASE. MAST3ES OP HOUXDS AND HUNTSM3N ARE rARTI- CULAtLY 3OLIITIID TO FAVOUR US WITH TREIR comiuto Ai POTNTMIRT8. HUNTING APPQINTMENTS, STAG-ROUNDS. Her Mojpsty's-Monday, New Lodge; Friday, the Crooked Billet; Iver leath; at eleven. rox st2tNDDS. Albrighton-Monday, Hisoleyy;, lJbrsday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. STAZ-HOUNDS. Queen's.-Taesday, Bedfont Toll-gate; Friday, Maidenhead Station. r`OxHO UNDS. Albrighton.-Taesday, Stewponey; Thursday, Knighton; Satur- day, Woodcote; at half pasf ten. Atherstone.-Monday,; Wednesday, the Cricket's Inn; Friday, Churchover; Saturday, Maxtoke Castle; at a quarter before eleven. Badsworth.-Tuesday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. STAG anoiINDS, Her Majesty's-Taesday, Maidenhsad Station; Friday, Iver Heath; at eleven. Bath-Tuesday, Atworth; Friday, Fir Tree, Writhlington; at half-past eleven. Petre's, Hon. F.-Tuesday, High Easter; at balf-past eleven. FoX.ROUNDr. Atherstone-Monday, Red Gate; Wedoesday, Hint's Hall; Friday, Churchover; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BPORTLNG. r ~ ~~~~~ f , - = - LINCOLN SPRING MEBTING...TaOuDAY. HAND1OA.P SWBal rTAX B of 20 sovs, each, l0ft., and 5 only if declared, with 100 added, the second to save his ~stake-b4 miles. (19subsTot Whom declared.) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v - I -^ *s_ fashion Able departures for hmiioiihjtk The Karl and Cnunjess Camden, forthe Wilderness, hi Kent. Lord Dillon, for Dilchky-house, Oxfordshire; Lord tfftrdle*', for Belvidere, in Kent ; Lord Say awl Sele, for Keni ; the Subscribers-only content

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