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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hayling Island

    Hayling Island HAYLING ISLAND Heglingaig (x cent.); Heilinciga or Halingel (xi cent.); Hailinges or Haringey 1 (xii cent.); Heyland or Heling (xiii cent.). Hayling Island is only separated from the mainland by a narrow channel known as Sweare Deep

    Randwick Economic history

    Randwick Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY. In 1267 the demesne of Randwick manor included c . 110 a. of arable, 7½ a. of meadow, and pasture in the woods and pastures for 24 animals, 40 pigs, and 30 sheep. Other

    Parishes Westley Waterless

    Parishes Westley Waterless WESTLEY WATERLESS The parish of Westley Waterless , covering c . 1,150 a., lies 51/2 miles south-west of Newmarket . 1 The village is at the south-eastern end of the parish, on high ground, c .

    The borough of Droitwich Introduction and borough

    The borough of Droitwich Introduction and borough THE BOROUGH OF DROITWICH Wic, Saltwic (ix cent.); Wich, Wiche, Wy3, Wichium (xi to xiii cent.); Drightwich, Drutwich (middle of xiv cent.); Dertwich, Drightwich, Droitwich (xv cent.). Droitwich lies on the banks

    Parishes Winterbourne Stoke

    Parishes Winterbourne Stoke WINTERBOURNE STOKE Winterbourne Stoke 1839 Winterbourne Stoke village is 8 km. west of Amesbury . 1 North of the village the parish had on its boundary or as islands within it five pieces of meadow land,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesdasy, April 2. War-Office, MaRlts 29.-14th Regiment of Light Dragoons-Cornet M. C. qrotto (Hiding Master) to be Lieut., by purchase, vice Nettleohip, who retires.- 15th Light Diagoons-Lieut, C. J. Harford, from the 82nd Foot, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AL ; . AOH.&.BA ERI ,_ THEi BIRMINGHAd MO1aNING ANDYFUNERAL WARII*EHOUSE, 42.-NEW STREET. : St EiERY REQUISITE FOR. LADIEU MOURNMNG. XINT MRI, ILLINEiRY, COSTUMFS AND DIIISSMAI aG. At FUNERALS CONDUCTLr) TO lMERT 'T ; MWISE11S O]2 ALL, C ______. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I PARLIAMENTARY NOTES. Hou0sr v Oomooss, Saturday. FFor all the business that was to be transactedl to- .day the 'ouse migt just as well have postponed its sittin" till Monad y, had net certain matters of form and technical Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. RACING NOTES. After the fat and furious sport at Woverhampton, this afternoon's experiences at Castle Bromwich seemed tame; h at in reality it was a prograwmne 01 quite average interest; and considering the weather, the executtive should Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTINGX NEWS. RACING NOTES. There was no feature of special intexest in- -th 10 probeedings- at Warwick this a on, and, alas 10 for the old-iie greet atee b aigs, the Leaiugton Grand Aniual kandi Stbple bchatu 10 arecued Subscribers-only content

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