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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Reading Introduction

    The borough of Reading Introduction THE BOROUGH OF READING Rading, Reding, Redynges. Reading is not on a Roman road, but it stands in a favourable position for water-borne traffic, being on the Kennet near to its junction with the

    Parishes Sulhamstead Abbots with Grazeley

    Parishes Sulhamstead Abbots with Grazeley SULHAMSTEAD ABBOTS with GRAZELEY Silhampsted (xiv cent.); Sulhampsted Abbott (xvi cent.). The parish of Sulhamstead Abbots is separated into three portions, the area of the whole parish being 1,417 acres, of which 132 acres

    Parishes Avington

    Parishes Avington AVINGTON Avintone (xi cent.); Avienton, Aventon, Avington (xiii cent.). The parish of Avington lies on the north side of the Kennet Valley , being one of the many which consist of rectangular strips about three-quarters of a

    Parishes Woolhampton

    Parishes Woolhampton WOOLHAMPTON Ollavintone (xi cent.); Wllamnton (xiii cent.); Wolavyngton, Wolhampton (xiv cent.); Woulhampton (xvi cent.). The parish of Woolhampton contains about 719 acres of land, of which 54 are arable, 483 under permanent grass and 47 woods and

    Parishes Aldermaston

    Parishes Aldermaston ALDERMASTON AEldremanestone, Heldremanestune (xi cent.); Aldermanneston Achard (xiv cent.). The parish of Aldermaston contains 3,742 acres of land, a large proportion, 1,410 acres, being woods or plantations, while 666 acres are arable and 715 acres permanent pasture.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. If I might give a short hint to an impartial writer it would be to tell him his fate. 11f he resolved to venture uDponD the dargerono precipice of telling unbiassed ieth let him proclaim war Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEAININGS. The Prince of Wales has been elected an' honorary member of the Linean Society. The Governors of the Princess Alice Memorial Hospital at Eastbourne have decided to enlarge the building. At the Glossop Petty Sessions on Monday three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gFOREIGN NEWS.I (From epciaz CorrespondetsA.) E THE POLITICAL YEAR. PAsrs, January 4.-The French newspapers have, as usual, been taking stock of the year which has just come to a close, and it is interesting to note their conclusion that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON; .CORRESPONDEKCE. LoSwoN; Sunday Night. M&X--rovr's speeches are of necessity being more closely watched now than they used to be'; and it is curious to observe that the first murmur of com- plaining criticism comes from the stricter Church- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DESTRUCTIVE FIRES. EXCITING SCENE AT CAMBERWELL. Early yesterday morning a serious fire broke out on the premises of Messrs. ii. D. Rawlings (Limited), mineral-water manufacturers, Neate Street, Camber- well. Shortly before five o'clock one of the horse-keepers, who was Subscribers-only content

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