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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Frampton on Severn Introduction Frampton-on-Severn c. 1800

    Frampton on Severn Introduction FRAMPTON ON SEVERN FRAMPTON ON SEVERN lies 9 miles south-west of Gloucester , on a bend in the River Severn . It is widely known for its spacious village green, called Rosamund's Green after Henry

    Horningsea Horningsea c. 1800

    Horningsea HORNINGSEA The parish of Horningsea , which takes its name from the Old English word for hill and island, lies 6 km. (3½ miles) NNE. of Cambridge . 69 It comprises a long strip of territory covering 1,167

    Waterbeach Introduction Waterbeach c. 1810

    Waterbeach Introduction WATERBEACH THE extensive parish of Waterbeach , 92 in which the village stands c . 8 km. (5 miles) north-northeast of Cambridge , stretches for almost 8 km. along the west bank of the river Cam .

    Ely Hundred Littleport Plan of St. George's Church

    Ely Hundred Littleport LITTLEPORT Littleport is a large parish on the eastern border of the Isle, 5 miles north of Ely . The village stands on a patch of high ground, rising to 65 ft., separated from the Isle

    Parishes Wimpole

    Parishes Wimpole WIMPOLE The parish of Wimpole lies about 8 miles southwest of Cambridge , east of Ermine Street , the former Great North Road , and contains 2,468 a. 1 Wimpole Hall , the finest country house in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. On an average, seventeen infants are accidentally suffo- cated every week in London. Salem, Massachusetts, is going to light all its street lamps simultaneously by electricity. MIessrs. Woodhouse and Bielclehom slhot at Bray, near Mlaidenltend, last weekc, two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. The French Mlint has just issued 21,000,000 francs in 20. franc gold pieces. The Ohatham nomination is fired for Wednesday, and the polling for Saturday. The body of a woman, about sixty, was found yesterday in the Thamens, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. Miss E. Terry is taking her holieay at Porthlloven, scat s Helstoneo Cornvall, .e The Orkney Islands lave exported during the last twelv, r months more than 11,000,000 eggs, The death is announced of Itajendra Bilrmn Soh, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANIN GS. 0 - The Prince and Princess of Wales visited the Adelphi! It Theatre eil Toesday evening. 8 Miss Florence St. John is very much better, end hopes 0 soon to resume workrat the tL'eatre. Colonel David Ohadwicic Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIEW I THE CAMBRIDGE SHOW. With favourable weather, the fifty-fith annual show of the Royal Agzicultural Society of England, which opens to-day at C6mbridge, should. prove very successful from every point of view. As an exhibition interesting Subscribers-only content

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