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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sunninghill

    Parishes Sunninghill SUNNINGHILL Sunninghull (xiii cent.); Sonynghill, Sonnynghall (xv cent.). The parish of Sunninghill is very extensive, and includes a small part of Virginia Water . Ascot , originally included in the parishes of Sunninghill and Winkfield (q.v.), was

    Cranborne Chase

    Cranborne Chase CRANBORNE CHASE Although Cranborne Chase was not a forest it appears to have acquired by prescription some of the incidents of a forest, 1 and so merits treatment here. As delimited by the inner bounds, the chase

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. A schism exists in the Court of Aldermen in regard to the licensing of wine-rooms, which have lately become numerous in the City. Ths licensed victuallers have strongly remonstrated against it; and thereis some idea that a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTIG INTELLIGENCE. SOUTTHAMPTON R~ACES. rRlOG11AMME FOR THIS DAY (THIURSDAY). The ThIIAL (Selling) STANEB of 6 wov each, with 40 added, for thrsce-itar-oldsi and npwaida. one bile. A' MAIDENH TWO.YELILOLD PLATE Of 40 Rove, V~dOd to a SWeep) Stakes of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I SPORTING INTQt SOUTHAM ON Rsc.H YESTERDAY. * The TPRAL (Selling) STArssr of 6 Bova eeack 0h aded f I three-jear-olds and npweard. One mie. e, for Ssistr to Pony Perkin s, 6111lb ......oeU I Ring, '. '.... - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OCTOBER: MAGAZINES' s BVazkwcood has rarely been so sensational in the story line as it is in the new number. Under the suggsfifie' title, " Ant Disbolus aut Nihil," we have what purports. to be the true story of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I SPORTING INTELLIGENCE' FORETELLER'S NOTES. SPECIAL TELEGRAM. LINCOLN, TtTE~iAY NIGHT.-Bcsiiies bring a tecor3 reign yera, there is every indliestiot of record'ls being eatab- haked in connection, with other evenots, and certainly LnT,ccln. scored a re~cord aD far as the Subscribers-only content

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