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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Medieval agriculture

    the acre in the open fields. 75 Fifty acres of the demesne in the manor of West Dean and East Grimstead were inclosed by that year and 250 lay in common; the 50 acres were given the high value of

    Royal forests

    Melchet Park held in chief lands and rents in Bemerton , and 6 acres of wood and rents in East Grimstead , parcels of the manors of Grimstead and Plaitford . They paid an annual farm of 40 s .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hiaies. 4ttorney, Mr. Butterton,.Ifar'4et Drayton. DIVIDENDS. U8. 13, J6hnson, Bleeding-hart-vard, Charleg-streqt, Hat- ts *garden, cabinet maker.-March ll. Wi. Isard, East Grimstead, Sussex, brepches-nmaker.-eb. 18. J. F. Curtis, Minoriesi, liner.draper.-Feb. 7. T. Dearingand M. For- ster, Litchfield-street, Soho, tavernbkeepers.-Feb. 13. G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    harwaxreman. Attorney, Mr. Isaacs, Bury-strect, St. Mary Axe. W. Kaye, Liverpool, paper-dealer. Attorney, Mn Woods, Li- verpocl. T. Gaiford, East Grimstead, butcher. Attorney, M~r. Lacock, Devizes. WV. Eyre, Newark, Nottinglbamsbire, merchant. Attorney, Mr. Capes, Enpworih, Lincobeshire. W. (hitch, Hep-ga-o ens, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NATIONAL DOG SHOW. The thirty-flfth ana xt~nOSO M U Hall on Saturday, aind fiD will remairt opea* untit l Wednesday night. The clincession to thwishe5 of- exgibitors which -was made lasb year. pressses to become permanent, and as in. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. . PREFERMENTS AND 4PPOINTMENTS. [e Rev. J, Cavis-Brown, M.1A., priest-vicar; Suecentor of y Chichester Cathedral. Rev. H. Clarke, X.A.; Vicar of is Low Wray-patron, Mr. E. P. Rawvnstey. Rev. Sir F. L. h Currie, Bart., Vicar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of gold. The London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Compav have elected Ald. Sir Francis W'yatt Truscott, of Oakleigh, East Grimstead, .a director in place of the late Lord Alexander Gordon Lennox. IA circular Lass been issned by the Maunls Subscribers-only content

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