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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Newtimber

    Parishes Newtimber NEWTIMBER Niuembre (xi cent.); Nytymbre (xiv cent.); Newtimbre (xv cent.). The parish of Newtimber covers a long strip of land, 31/2 miles in length from north to south, and 3/4 mile broad, having Newtimber Hill , which

    Parishes Aldrington

    Parishes Aldrington ALDRINGTON Eldretune, Aldrintune (xi cent.); Aldertone, Aldrynton (xiii cent.); East Aldrington (xvii cent.) Aldrington has been identified as the 'Ederyngtune' given by King Alfred in his will to his younger son, 1 and as the Roman station

    Parishes Portslade PARISH CHURCH of ST. NICHOLAS PORTSLADE

    Parishes Portslade PORTSLADE Porteslage, Portes Ladda (xi cent.); Portislade (xiii cent.). The parish of Portslade covers a wedge-shaped piece of country lying on the western boundary of the rape of Lewes . Its base is about 11/4 miles across,

    Parishes Hangleton PARISH CHURCH of ST. HELEN HANGLETON

    Parishes Hangleton HANGLETON Hangeton (xi cent.); Hangeltona (xii cent.); Hangilton, Angleton (xvi cent.). The parish of Hangleton covers an area of 1,120 acres of Downland, and forms a rectangle, approximately 2 miles from north to south and three-quarters of

    Steyning Steyning c. 1960

    Steyning STEYNING The parish of Steyning 53 lies mostly north of the South Downs , in low, rolling country just west of the river Adur. Steyning town was once one of the most important places in the county, and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A MUS EM E N T S. THEAMh ROYAL. "The ILad' Slavey" fors the progmiMe at the Arthur 6quare House dirring 'fe present week It is a chew beristic musical comedy. neither mole not less, and, as such, its Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P ORTSMOUTH and LONDOIN, and sou rH JLWESTERN RAILWAY C0OMPANIES.-(Lease, Saledo Amal- z ation-Teaffle Arrangenmants-Ad'IitloisalOtlDsauino vlsrtsmnouth RWilway Comsan1-Ameadment of Acts.) NOTJCMIS1HEREBT 0VEN.thstAPPLICA I~sntne to be made to PARLIAM1ENT to the nsxtSession for an AiT for all or smseof he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LXOKJOA, BRIGHTO~N, AND BOUTH O.AST . "LULWAY. I The fllowing'is an abstract of the report of the directcrs, to be submitted to the meeting of proprietors on Thursday next: " The accounts for the half year, ending 31at December Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J~ONDON, BRIGHTON, and SOUTH-COAST L RAILWAY.-'Devlattons ofCoasttLines, with new Brigs over tihe ArUO, and Otiss-Asiandounment of portions of existing L'Oes and of existing Bridges-New Lines to the Mid-Sussex Railway, to Arundel, Littiehaesptort. and hiesnor-New Cmaanel for the Arun-Alterition of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AND DOMESTIC VSY'-* ' fIFFICE, for Foreign Climate-, Pregnancy, ''' (gnced Ac e - - Alternative Select Branch, with IT, ,n-r. ,nd . .Miles of Premium for Healthy Persons, 70, l>* r different sca'^- Siill. l* odoß ' DIRECTORS, Subscribers-only content

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