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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Racton Racton Parish Church

    Parishes Racton RACTON Racton is a small parish of 1,199 acres, about 2 miles in length from east to west but under 1 mile wide from north to south. 90 It lies on the chalk to the south of

    Warblington Warblington Church

    Warblington WARBLINGTON Warbliteton (xi cent.); Warblinton (xiii cent.). The civil parish of Warblington , governed by Warblington Urban District Council, extends over 3,254 acres and includes the ecclesiastical parishes of Warblington and Emsworth and a part of Rowland 's

    Stoughton The PARISH CHVRCH of ST MARY STOUGHTON

    Stoughton STOUGHTON Stoughton is a large parish of 5,373 acres, 6 miles long from east to west and 2 miles from north to south. It lies on the southern slopes of the Downs , higher in the north than

  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, August 1665, 05 August 1665-28 August 1665

    Venice August 1665 August 1665 Aug. 5. Secreta. Senato, Dispacci, Spagna. Venetian Archives. 230 . Marin Zorzi, Venetian Ambassador in Spain, to the Doge and Senate. Without having encountered any danger the convoy of Holland is now at Cadiz.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BELLTEEK POTTERY. THE': notice of the Belleek Pottery which recently appeared in Scundderss Aewcs-Lctter seems to have been peculiarly appropriate at a time when the country is filled with tourists, many of whom ai e oil business as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RIlINELBE CANAL BILL, THE GOVERNMENT PROPOSALS. Telegraphing from Berlin on the 20th inst' The ! Times" correspondent says-The debate on the I third reading of the Rhine-Elbe Canal Bill in the Prussian Diet took place yesterday and resulted I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    USTRALIA GOLD DTSTRICTS-~Ft 1 A Bristol to P3}RT PHILLIIP and SYDNEY Direct-STo sali - 5ae~ut the middle of Mlay, the floe A I rnet saaiiing coppered and cop- li per fastened Seittsh-built ship DEBORAHI, 1,000 tons bonbohn, She will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHIP NEWsil 55Saa!!^ I FOREIGN. FALMOUTH.- Thursday.- Arrived, Si-ka De o seilles.- Sailed, Ottawa, Spence, William and Thoma 7,' %!a >■* Nicolo, Christo, for Liverpool ; Dexterous, Howlin • • ■, , J! ° n •* Hi Hamblin, Tyro, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &c. MIDDLE SBBOtJGH IBON SHIPMENTS. Pig Iron. ***■-*** __ros. Total. Datb. Ton8< Ton 'j/ Tons. Jan. 3 -_- 2.5J9 „.« 1,533 _,-, 4,014 „ 4 2.070 . - -.-. 8.W0 ., «-„.,., w ..T,-T 2A70 ...«, 1,384 .__. 3,554 Subscribers-only content

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