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You searched for: Place: "Chiltern Hills" "Chiltern Hills"

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Monks Risborough

    Parishes Monks Risborough MONKS RISBOROUGH Hriseberga ( 1006 ); Riseberge (xi cent.); Parva Risborwe (xiv cent.); Monks Rysborough (xvi cent.). The parish of Monks Risborough lies on the north-western slope of the Chiltern Hills , and is remarkably long

    Parishes Great Hampden

    Parishes Great Hampden GREAT HAMPDEN Ha(m)dena (xi cent.); Magna Hamden (xiv cent.). The parish of Hampden lies on the slopes of the Chiltern Hills , the greatest height being 7111/2 ft. above the ordnance datum at Hampden House .

    Sport, ancient and modern Hunting: staghounds

    Sport, ancient and modern Hunting: staghounds STAGHOUNDS The place of honour as regards antiquity among the staghounds of Middlesex must be assigned to the Lord Mayor's hounds, which may be regarded as a development of the ancient privileges with

    Parishes Cholesbury

    Parishes Cholesbury CHOLESBURY Chelwardisbyry (xiii cent.); Chelwoldesbery (xiv cent.); Chollesbury (xvi cent.); Cholsbury (xvii cent.). Cholesbury is a small parish, covering an area of 178 acres, of which about 75 acres are arable land, 85 permanent grass, and 16

    Parishes Ilmer

    Parishes Ilmer ILMER Imere (xi cent.); Ymmere, Ylemere, Hilmere, Illmire (xiii-xiv cent.). The parish of Ilmer , having an extent of a little over 753 acres, lies low, to the north-west of the Chiltern Hills . The land is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR. DISRAELI IN BUCKS. The annual meeting of the Royal Backs Agricultural Society was held on Wednesday at Aylesbury, the Marquis of Chandos in the chair. In the evening the public dminer tookplace at the George Hotel. The Marquis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. A Galway letter states that the public excitement caused there by the suspension of the Rev. Mr. Daly has subsided. The town on. Tuesday presented its usual tranquil appearance, and there Wtas no occasion for the militay iand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. .,- AND JOUTRNAL. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1873. _~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ __. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Tibes has been requested to state that the reports circulated as to Mr. Conn-i's health are greatly exaggerated. He has been suffering from a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE FUNERAL OF THE LATE LORD BEACONSFIELD. LONDON, Tuesday Night, In a simple manner, but with ample and solemni evidence of the respect of a great nation, the re- 3nains of the greatest Conservative Minister wero consigned to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WATLING STREET. The present state of Watling Street affords the most striking testimony which the British Islands can give to the practical genius of the Roman colonists. From the English Channel to the Severn nearly the whole of the Subscribers-only content

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