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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Up Marden CHURCH of S[t ] MICHAEL UPMARDEN

    Up Marden UP MARDEN Up Marden is a downland parish of 2,942 acres. It of roughly triangular shape, measuring about 21/2 miles from base to apex (south to north) and about 3 miles at the base. Up Marden church

    Parishes Great Marlow

    Parishes Great Marlow GREAT MARLOW Merelafan, Merlaue (xi cent.). The whole ecclesiastical parish of Great Marlow , to which Ackhampstead in Lewknor-up-Hill , Oxon ., was added by Local Government Board Order in 1885 , was divided for civil

    Spaxton Manors and other estates

    Spaxton Manors and other estates MANORS AND OTHER ESTATES. In 1086 there were nine separate estates held under four lordships. Alfred d'Epaignes held all of SPAXTON in demesne in 1086 except for 1½ hide occupied by an unnamed knight.

    Marston Magna Marston Magna in 1838

    Marston Magna MARSTON MAGNA The parish, which probably takes its name from the marshland between the village and the river Yeo , was formerly known as Broad Marston to distinguish it from Little Marston in neighbouring West Camel 64

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Furioso; or, Passages from the Life of Ludwig van Be9v7enW. From the German. Cambridge: Deigh- ton, Bell, and Co. 1865. Reethoven's Letters. (1790-1826), from the Collection of D. Ludwig Nohl. Also, his Letters to the Archduke Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. 'Verdi is said to he contemplating an opera upon the gruesome subject of " Ugolino. " Sir Cbarles Hall, 9.0., M.P.. hss arrived at Mar Lodge 00 a visit to the Duk-e and Duchess of Fife. The arrivals Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fS1yim1lRE RA ILWAY'- EST Y0111 Cothis CoWP&OY will be 500T1 T dand iy IetteCmayntfr I '~%ith Will be excluded. ofisely e.%,eag15ry f ltD11. OTLEY, secretary. o' h rder, Sept .1.ll-~ h ILWAY O)FFICE'. halfa, ept.2,]4. 1, of Manageent of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4FOREIGN AND COLONIAL. :L A UICL AMERICA. Wte G-REAT BATTLES BEFORE tileu RICHMOND. 'tlfle NEW YORI;, JU7; 2. the The armnics of General McClellan and of the Confederates under General Lee have como into collision before Rich- 'of I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wiirtb5 a' ngf n EetX CIA1RGEOD AS ORDINARY ADVERTISEMENTS, At the followingatee:- Two Lnzxs, on 1C WonDS, IS. Cd. And Gd. for every additional Nine Words. All each announocments mustb-be aoutbtltoated by the narme and addroee oE the seader. Subscribers-only content

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