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  • * Victoria County History *

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    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

    The Middle Level of the Fens and its reclamation

    The Middle Level of the Fens and its reclamation THE MIDDLE LEVEL OF THE FENS AND ITS RECLAMATION The Middle Level of the Fens is, as its name suggests, the middle division of the Bedford Level, which occupies the

    Ely Hundred Downham Plan of St. Leonard 's Church

    Ely Hundred Downham DOWNHAM Downham, sometimes since the 14th century called Downham in the Isle or Little Downham to distinguish it from Downham Market in Norfolk , is situated at the northern end of the Isle proper. The scarp

    Cottenham Introduction Cottenham and Westwick c. 1845

    Cottenham Introduction Cottenham The parish of Cottenham , 48 covering 2,924 ha. (7,224 a.) until 1985 and 2,927 ha. (7,231 a.) afterwards, 49 comprises a wedge of land with a wide base on the river Ouse or Old West

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. A fatal 'accident occurred on the North British Railway on Saturday, near St Boswell's. As the train from Edinburgh to Kelso was pro- ceeding between Newtown and Maxton, the carriages eight in number, including the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOULTSO TnE 13RETURcN or li3 EMAJESTY.-Wo (Post) are infosmed that the various statements as to the day the Queen and princesses will return home from Germany are not to lie relied upon. There is iso doubt but that the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMP'ROVElII:N'T OF IRELAND. (From tle Dublin Monitor.) WHAT a curious appearance does tilo unimn proveo condition of Irish estates pirsorlt I The soil of Ireland is confesscdly tile richest il the world-its produce is the staple cOmDinodity of man Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AQUATICS. I REGATTAS AND MATCHES TO COME. July 14-Bteacles Regatta. *1-Regcatfa at Eau Brink Cut, Lynn. 15 aul 16- Isle of Man Regatta in Douglas Bay. li-Royal Thames Yacht Club-last club match of the season. 21-North of England Regatta, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Q U AT I C $ righ Water at London Bridge. JULY 4 norning 6 min.past 7 afternoon 30 mrin.pael 7 8.......55.......7 . 2......5....... 8 6 . . ....... 55 ............8...........,. 30 ..,, 9 7............0.1,,,,,, 10. 3 ,,,,,,,,,. Subscribers-only content


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