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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cliddesden

    large part of Hackwood Park are included in this parish. Audley 's Wood, the residence of Mr. Louis de Luze Simonds, is in the north-eastern corner of the parish, its grounds being separated from Hackwood Park by the road from

    Parishes Winslade with Kempshott

    of the parish at the foot of a wooded hill on the main road from Basingstoke to Alton . Hackwood Park extends into this parish, which altogether contains 89 acres of woods and plantations. 2 Kempshott , covering an area

    Parishes Basing or Old Basing

    the traditional scene of a battle between the Saxons and Danes in the year 871. Only a part of Hackwood Park is in Basing, the rest being included in Basingstoke , Eastrop , Cliddesden , and Winslade parishes. The parish

  • * British History Online * *

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

    of Rathillet, forfeited and executed for treason warrant relating to bond given for warrant relating to money lent to Hackwood Park , Hants., licence to impark Haddock , Sir Richard, Victualler of Navy, [ afterwards admiral and Comptroller of Navy, Subscribers-only content

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

    the North Riding of Yorkshire and also all that land or ground now paled in formerly a park called Hackwood Park in Hampshire containing 1,000 acres or thereabouts with liberty of free warren therein, provided that none of the ground Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Exchequer, Sir ROUNDELL PALMER as Attor- ney-General, and Mr. COLLIER as Solicitor-General, before Lord WESTBUnY, at his seat of Hackwood Park. The new Crown Officers WvilL have to seek re-election at Richmond and Plymouth respec- tively, but no opposition is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do they propose to deal with him ? Will the General Purposes Committee go down in a body to Hackwood Park, and put the COANCELLOR through his facings, with thehelp of the TowN CLERK as legal assessor? or will they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of yellow fer, aged 29, Mr. J. F. to SiARCES, late woolsiapler, Heckinoudwike. ,- On the 13th inst., at Hackwood Park, asod 67, the Right Hon. be Lord BOLTON, he On the 16th inst,, at Tuxford, aged 87, ELIZABeTH, Dowager Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him for his efforts towards purifying the administration of our Bankruptcy Laws. The follow- ng was his Lordship's reply:- Hackwood Park, Basingstoke. My dear Mr. Paget,-There has been no efficient superin- tendence of the administration of the Bankruptcy law. It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IFebr'ary, the anniversary of her Majesty's wedding f 'day. * The Lord Chancellr arrived in London on Tuesday 3from Hackwood Park, near Basiugstolke. The Earl and Countess of Essex are entertaining company at their seat, Cassiobury. Park, Watford. LA-ny Esn-v Subscribers-only content

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