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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Gatcombe

    Parishes Gatcombe GATCOMBE Gatecome (xi cent.); Gatecumb, Gadecombe (xiii cent.); Yatcombe (xvii cent.). Gatcombe is one of the central parishes of the Island, inclosing a picturesque wooded valley running south into the heart of the downs. Under 3,000 acres,

    Parishes Mottistone

    Parishes Mottistone MOTTISTONE Modrestan (xi cent.); Motererestone, Moderstone (xiv cent.). Mottistone is a small parish on the southern shore of the Island, having a village of scattered cottages along the road from Shorwell to Freshwater . The soil is

    Parishes Chale

    Parishes Chale CHALE Cela (xi cent.). Chale , a parish 81/2 miles south south-west from Newport and some 7 miles west of Ventnor , was established at the beginning of the 12th century. The soil is Upper and Lower

    Isle of Wight Hundred of West Medine

    Isle of Wight Hundred of West Medine THE LIBERTY 1 OR HUNDRED OF WEST MEDINE 2 CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF BRIGHSTONE GATCOMBE NORTHWOOD BROOK KINGSTON SHALFLEET CALBOURNE MOTTISTONE SHORWELL CARISBROOKE NEWPORT THORLEY CHALE NEWTOWN 3 YARMOUTH 4 FRESHWATER At

    Parishes Godshill

    Parishes Godshill GODSHILL Godshill contains 6,407 acres, of which in 1905 1381/2 acres were woodland, the rest of the parish being nearly equally divided between arable and grass land. 1 The soil is mostly greensand and affords good pasturage

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 13th July 1846

    has left. - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Osborne House Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 22 1st July 1846-31st December 1846 Volume Page Nos [24]-25 Featured Names Bishop of Oxford Charles Featured Places Carisbrooke Castle

    Tuesday 13th May 1845

    Tuesday 13th May 1845 (Principal Royal Residence) Osborne House Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription A fine morning, but very windy. - We rode through the woods on our 3 hill ponies going through extremely wild & pretty places; the views

    Monday 19th July 1847

    Monday 19th July 1847 (Principal Royal Residence) Osborne House Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription There had again been thunder & rain early. Pce Waldemar breakfasted with us, & we took him out walking soon after, going to Osborne Cottage &

    Friday 4th August 1848

    Friday 4th August 1848 (Principal Royal Residence) Osborne House Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription Again rain early. Later it became very fine & it was lovely when I walked out. - Dear Victoire breakfasted with us, after which we walked

    Thursday 27th July 1854

    Thursday 27th July 1854 (Principal Royal Residence) Osborne House Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription Very windy & not bright, but warm. - We took a longish walk, & found the wind very unpleasant. - The death of poor young Capt:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTS. SOCIETY OF PAINTERS IN WATER-COLOURS. The public curiosity and expectation, excited by the charming Extibi- tions of this Society for many past years, will be fulfilled in the Exhibi- tion of this year, viich opens to-morrow. Its Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THlE POLITICAL EXAMI NER-1 INfIhtgive ashort hint to an impartial writer, It would be to tell him I,5 fat, If he resolves to venture upon the dangerous preeipice of tell- nobiassed truth, let him proclaim war with sankind-neither to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE STATE OF IRELAND. The interest in nineteen farms in county Cork were on Saturday sold by the sheriff to realise, in the majority of instances, one year's rent and costs. Sixteen were pur- chased by the Land League Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A CLEVER CAPTURE. At the West London Police Court, yesterday, Edward Norton (60) and Robert Wilson (20), both of whom refused their addresses, were brought up on remand charged with being concerned in attempting to brealc into 84, Cornwall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COURT CIRCULAR. OSBOxoNs, Friday.-The Queen drove out yesterday afternoon, attended by the Dowager Lady Churchill and th-t' the Hon. Marn Hurhes. HEr royal Highness | rincess Beatrice, attended by Miss Minnie Cochrane, dvrovo to Carisbrooke Castle, and inspected the Subscribers-only content

 

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