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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cliddesden

    Parishes Cliddesden CLIDDESDEN Cleresden (xi cent.); Cludesden, Cledisdon (xiii cent.); Clydesden (xiv cent.); Cluddysdean (xvi cent.); Cliddesdeane, Clisdon (xvii cent.); Cliddesdowne (xviii cent.). The parish of Cliddesden covers an area ot 1,920 acres, of which no fewer than 1,

    Parishes Winslade with Kempshott

    Parishes Winslade with Kempshott WINSLADE Winesflot (xi cent.); Wineslode (xiii cent.); Wynesflode, Wynesolde, Swynesflode (xiv cent.); Wynsslod (xv cent.); Winsfolde, Wyndessled, Wyndslade (xvi cent.). The parish of Winslade lies 3 miles south-east from Basingstoke and covers an area of

    Parishes Basing or Old Basing

    Parishes Basing or Old Basing BASING or OLD BASING Basinges (xi cent.). Basing is a parish lying to the north-east of Basingstoke , and covering about 5,300 acres. It is watered by the River Loddon , which rises west

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 October 1683-14 April 1684

    General Index H, I, J, K H H. , D. Haarlem , Holland, news from, mentioned Habin (Hebbin), , informer against conventicles, murder of See also Davis, John. Hackett , John, houses searched by Hackney . See London. Hackston Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, March 1684, 01 March 1684-31 March 1684

    Charles II March 1684 March 1684 The Kalends of March. [March 1 ] "Anonymous" to the King. The petitioner some months since indicated to Secretary Jenkins that Joseph Browne, that anti-monarchical clerk of Coopers' Hall, continues a fomentor of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS Oi THE DAY. The Corporation of Edinburgh, headed by the LonRD PnovosT, bad audience of the Prince of WALES On Friday, at Holyrood Palace, and pre- sented to him an address of welcome to the city and congratulation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW8-OF THE DAY. Tnu improvement yesterday reported in the heqlth of' Lord LYNDHURST has not, unfortunately, been maintained. -Last evening his Lordship was worse, and the low fever under which he laboured continued unabated There are also bad tidings Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gy- All Afarrifaqez sent from a distance must be auth~enticatfed by the stiqnstsre of oue G01 our agents. cir by thasrt of a known IS corrtesponldent. ofOn the 13th inst.. at Kippax Park, the lady of T. B. BLAND, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .fy atrtaye%. ALI:N-IHABES.-Jan. 5th, at the Cathedral, Manchester, by the Rev. J. Troutheck. Mr. Thomas Allen, of Skipton, to Sarah Maria, daughter of AIr. Robert Hares, of Manchester. BAcEscrE-HwcaR-FT.-Jen. 6th. at St. Thomas's church, York, by the Rev. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gzai alll" aks~tYqir- e l TT E COURT. e OS]eRSE, JAX. 12.-Princess Helena and Princess It Margaret of Orleans, attended by the Hon. Emma fl Lascelles, rode on horseback yesterday morning. In s the afternoon her Majesty drove out Subscribers-only content

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