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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Soham Soham in the late 20th Century Soham Village c. 1650

    Soham SOHAM The parish of Soham , 51 with its 5,260 ha. (12,999 a.) 52 the largest in Cambridgeshire outside the Isle of Ely , lies on the border between the Isle and the southern part of the county,

    Isleham Isleham c. 1800 Isleham Village in the 1460s

    Isleham ISLEHAM The parish of Isleham 59 lies on the eastern edge of Cambridgeshire , about 13 km. (8 miles) north of Newmarket . 60 Covering 2,116 ha. (5,230 a.) 61 within an irregular triangle almost six miles long

    Maps of the Fenland

    Maps of the Fenland MAPS OF THE FENLAND Preface What has always been known as 'the Fenland' is drained by the rivers Ouse , Nene and Welland and extends from a centre in Cambridgeshire into five other counties: Huntingdonshire

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS WARENE D. A list of public elenentary schools which have keen | warned by the Education Departrment during ih quarter ended Decemnber 31 enst has just been issued as a Parliamentary paper. The 'first o' the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LEEDS, FEBRUARY 17. 1is 5Majesty has been graciously pleased to appoint Mr. William Bagpett (son of Mr. George Bagnett, of this tow n,) to an EnsigneY in the 28th Re- himent of root, now stationed in Portugal, for his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r0 ENGINEERS.-B [LLINGHAY SOUTH t1 DISTltlCT DRiAINAGEI.-Tbe TRUSTEES elected and w alppOlitoti forcarrying into Uxccntionall Act of Parli mont W Ile)asd in the Third Year of the lleign of her present litieoty, tea intitultd " Ali Act for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RUBLIC rAST. WVe understand that the following Petitionlhas been pre. fe tg Ois A!*jeaty by several. of thgJzergyAf this TAow le Tihbourhood, respecting the appointment of a day ,for a public Faste.:- Tho Ttus. xIN't 5 MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTt. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (~KEAM ,ON RAILWAY (No. 2.) 0(Extensions5 to Devotlplilt, Plymouth, Keyhiau, and But- ton 'oo; I~uoig PoersovertheLu i~etn soil South Devn, he out Deonandlavseek. nd ieSouth Devou ItaitsalaPowrs o ly dwn ddiionl Iail onpart of Sooth Dccci ad TaistsekRailay;Workng rragemneuts Subscribers-only content

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