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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Spelthorne Hundred Hampton Court Palace : parks Hampton Court Palace : The Lion Gates

    Spelthorne Hundred Hampton Court Palace : parks PARKS Hampton Court Palace : The Lion Gates Wolsey inclosed with a wall about 2,000 acres as a park for his house. 79 Henry VIII had a large rabbit or hare warren

    Sport, ancient and modern Introduction

    Sport, ancient and modern Introduction SPORT ANCIENT AND MODERN INTRODUCTION Though Middlesex still occupies a prominent position with respect to pastimes such as rowing, cricket, football, polo, tennis, and archery-the last-named three of which originated in it-the higher forms

    Forestry

    Forestry FORESTRY The Domesday Survey affords conclusive evidence of the widespread and considerable character of the woods of Middlesex in the eleventh century, up to the very gates of the city of London . Woodland was of such great

    Roads Turnpike roads

    Roads ROADS Early Roads, p. 254. Turnpike Roads, p. 256. Later Roads, p. 265. List of Turnpike Acts, p. 266. Early roads The main lines of communication across southern England have traversed Wiltshire since prehistoric times. High ground provided

    Parishes Broad Chalke

    Parishes Broad Chalke BROAD CHALKE Broad Chalke c. 1790 Broad Chalke parish, 2,819 ha. (6,966 a.), forms a rectangle approximately 4 km. by 7 km., bisected by the river Ebble which flows eastwards across it. 1 Broad Chalke village

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HSEAiRE -ROYAL, ENGLrSH OPERA ■ HOLSE, StcaniL-Mr. tNCLEDON (whose recollec- .^s revert with pride and gratitude to the extensive ana libo- Mtb wbich £ was honoured for to many years) ! «ur_H_D^olly be»ie_-ve to annnonnce that circu mstonces *£SSZSS2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROYAL AMPHITHEATRE (late II likt *»i Dans), WESTMINSTER .HUDGR- Kfa iSSt ETENING, April 36, nnd TO-MOROW, TH -S!I_WBU °' C,OT * pn^Jyi * Ul -«Fes«ited, an en- __' K'ewWhimsical, LtlcaL M^o-Dramatic, P_M«il -&__-__,nex__m. in Hir^ Acts, called LIFE IN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING IN TELLIGEN CE, LONDON BETTING.- Friday. The attendance and business to-day were alike limited. On the City and Suburban little change took place, with the exception of Jasper being driven to the outside price of 50 to 1. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. STAGHOUNDS. Her Majesty's- Monday, Farnhani Royal ; Friday, Wink- field Church, 11 30. Constable's, Sir C.- Wednesday, Cat wick Mill, 12 ; Satur- day, Sproatley, 11. Easingwold - Wednesday, Hatton Sessey, 11. Rothschild's, Baian- Monday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING IN TE LLIG EN CE. BETTING IX LONDON.- Jbiday. There was a numerous attendance at the clubs to-day, and a fair amount of business transacted. Several Water- loo Cup nomination were backed in the course of the morning, Subscribers-only content

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