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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Early Agriculture

    Early Agriculture EARLY AGRICULTURE Agriculture began to be adopted as the predominant mode of subsistence in Britain some time after c . 3500 B.C. , 82 replacing the way of life that hunter-gatherer communities had practised over the previous

    The Physical Environment

    The Physical Environment THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT Shropshire divides naturally into two halves whose contrasting physical characteristics 31 provide the controlling conditions for agriculture. The Severn , flowing south-east through the county from Melverley to Alveley , drains virtually all


    Domesday Book 1300-1540 1300-1540 The later Middle Ages, in particular the period from the mid 14th century to the last quarter of the 15th century, have traditionally been seen as a time of depression in agrarian society, punctuated by

    Index K-Z

    Index K-Z kale , see crops: green kant morkie , kant tydion , Kemberton , Kempton (in Clunbury ), and see Clunton and Kempton Kenley , n Kenstone (in Hodnet ), Kent , John of, Kent , and see

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MUNTING APPOINTMENTS. THE WARWICKSHIRE HOUNDS.-At leven. This day .... Feb. 8 .... . Idlecote. Thursday ,. -10 ... Lower Shuckburgh. riday . - 11 ........ Broughton Castle. XORTH WARWICRSHIRE HOUNDS.-At a quarter to Eleven This day .... Feb. 8 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Station. Saturday .... - 12 . Kingsbury Wood. THE PYTOIILEY HOUNDS.-At a quarter to Elee. Friday . Feb 11 ..... Floore. Saturday,... -12 .. .. Clipstone Village. THE UNITED PACK.-At Ten. Friday .... Feb. 11 ........ Welsh Harp, Long Mountain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,gJotthngtellipae. READING STEEPLE CHASES. YESTERDAY. Ste'ards: Sir C. Russell, Bart.,, and J. J. Wheble, Esq.. Handicapper, Mr. B. Johnson, York. Clerk of the Coursqe, .'. W. H. Hibburd, Reading. The morning opened much more promising than yester- day, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HIUNTING APPOINTMENTS. THE NORTH WARWICKSHIIRli HOtlNDS.-Quarter to Ekces Thisly ...... Mar 13 .... Eathorp. Thursday .... - 15 .... 13luo Bero, near Duuchurch. Fr'day .... -G ..... Uniberslade. THE dOUTH WARWIOKSHIRE HOUNDS.-At Ele1tn. 1his day .... Mar. 13 .... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. WARWICK SPRING MEMTING. Stewards : Earl ofLincolo, Earl of Coventry, and II, S. Lucy, Esq. Mr. Clark, Newmarket, Judge. Mr. Hibbard, Ascot, 8tarter.-Mr. S. Morry, Clerk of the Conree. PROSBRAMlME FOR TO-DAY (TUESDAY). The 1?ACING STAKEB of Subscribers-only content

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