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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sherfield-upon- Loddon

    Parishes Sherfield-upon- Loddon SHERFIELD UPON LODDON Sirefelda (xii cent.); Shirefeld, Schirefelde, Scirefeld, Shyrefeud, Shyrefeld Werblynton (xiii cent.); Shirfeld on Lodon (xv cent.). Sherfield upon Loddon is a large parish situated four miles north-east from Basingstoke station on the London

    Parishes Arborfield

    Parishes Arborfield ARBORFIELD Edburgefeld, Erburgefeld (xii cent.); Hereburgefeld, Erbelgiresfeld (xiii cent.). The parish of Arborfield has an area of 1, 4681/2 acres, of which nearly two-thirds are arable land and about one-third permanent grass. There is only a small

    Parishes Hartley Wespall

    Parishes Hartley Wespall HARTLEY WESPALL Harlei, Herlei (xi cent.); Hertle, Hertligh Vaspal (xiii cent.); Hurtleghe, Hertle Waspayl (xiv cent.). Hartley Wespall is a parish and small village on the River Loddon situated 6 miles north-east from Basingstoke . The

    Parishes Stratfield Turgis

    Parishes Stratfield Turgis STRATFIELD TURGIS Stradfelle (xi cent.); Stratfeud Turgis (xiii cent.); Stratfeld Turgys (xiv cent.); Stretfeld Turgeys (xv cent.); Turges (xvi cent.). Stratfield Turgis is a village and parish situated 41/2 miles south from Mortimer station, on the

    Parishes Eastrop

    Parishes Eastrop EASTROP Estrope (xi cent.); Estropa (xii cent.); Estrop Brayboef (xiii cent.); Esthrop, Esttroup (xiv cent.); Estroppe (xv cent.); Estrip (xviii cent.). Eastrop is a small parish adjoining Basingstoke on the east, and may be considered to form

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BERKS AND OXON CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE. I The first meeting of the above Chamber for the season was hold in the Committee Room, Town Hall, Reading, Po on Saturday afternoon. The President, Mr. W. G. Mount, Wt ,.P., was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS, GAS-FIT- T TEllS, &c -C. F. BlfE.EFElDls begs to call the atten:i n of the nbove t> bit ehi tcnsiv- sT1Cl; of PArIER NllculiE CENTRE FLONNERS and VENilTO.A IIS, n tariffof %Ihioh nay . be had, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THKATRE.- Signor GARCIA re- I 4 - if.illy bers leare to inform the Nobility and Gentry, JV •_"£," ,he Opera, and the Public, Uiat his BENEFIT ""'"..T will «»»"' r* ,ace " n THURSDAY nexi. wben wiil * ,G Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E'~XHIBITION of CURIOUS and NOVEL VoRKS,by a LADY, may be SEEN on TUESDAYS „d THURSDAYS, frora Eleven till Four o'clock. No. 20, Chester-place, Keonington-cro-S, and oa other days (Sundays ~«ted. in Parlies of not less than Six. Tbe beautiful Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PERFORM ANCE this SEASON.- I / THEATRE ROYAL. DRURY-LANE.- For the !r*FFITof Miss ISABELLA PATON. on MONDAY Bb ; July 2B wUi be performed THE COUNTRY GIRL. "■ e L Veelev. Miss I. Paton (being her first appearance in Subscribers-only content

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