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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stedham

    Stedham STEDHAM Stedham is a long, narrow parish, being nearly 61/2 miles from the county boundary on the north to its southern boundary, where the Midhurst branch of the old London and South Western Railway crosses the parish, with

    Iping

    Iping IPING The parish, which has an area of 2,240 acres, is about 6 miles in length, stretching south from the Hampshire border, with an average width of less than 1/2 mile. The village of Iping lies rather over

    Terwick Parish Church of St Peter Terwick

    Terwick TERWICK Terwick is a small parish of 783 acres, bounded on the west by Rogate and on the other three sides by Trotton . The River Rother forms the southern boundary, and on it is Terwick Mill, the

    Lodsworth

    Lodsworth LODSWORTH The parish, 5 miles in length from north to south with an average width of from 1/2 to 3/4 mile and containing 2,441 acres, lies on the eastern edge of the Rape of Chichester , between Midhurst

    Woolbeding Parish Church of All Saints Woolbeding

    Woolbeding WOOLBEDING The parish, with an area of 1,950 acres and a population in 1931 of 288, is some 4 miles from north to south, with an average breadth of 3/4 mile. The hamlet of Radford , at its

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DODSON, John (1780-1858), of Doctors' Commons, London

    DODSON, John (1780-1858), of Doctors' Commons, London Constituency Dates Rye 12 July 1819 24 Feb 1823 Ofifces Held Adv. Doctors" Commons 1808; commissary to dean and chapter of Westminster 1808; admiralty adv. 1829-34; king"s adv. 1834-52; bencher, M. Temple

  • * British History Online *

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    Preface

    Preface Preface General Description of the Papers. The Collection of Treasury Papers, of which the following is the first portion of a calendar, consists of: I. Such written applications as were from time to time presented to the Lords

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHXMICAL,, MINERAL, AND STAL I ~~~REPORT. [71-Om J. Berger CSP oe and O.'J Cireular.] Me3iN1mmnT1, Febrnary 19. CrEaICALS.-The same tenour of our recent reports still oeharacterises the chemical trade. For home eons nption the demand bas even increased, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. On Saturday afternoon another collision occurred at Decpear, a ststion seven miles il'rOI Sheffield, ol the Manchester, Shbflield, and Lincolnshiro line. The 3.30 slow train fromi Shleffield to Manchester was approaching trle station, when it ilan into Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cheap Wholesale and Retail Linen-Daper, HAUIERDASHERY & HOSIERY WARE ROUSE, HALL-END, HALIFAX O. WXILLIAM LAAM laeAisntt I Mr. Farrrb vst respectfully to informn his Friends n h ulc ith a ae ,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ BusL. in e gs witgn obtierve ,N Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Salto bp Antilton. PAPER HANGINGS. O-N TUES DA Y NEX T. Mr. JO11N REPPER respectfalvY aAnnou ces that ain Trresdat i saetc. 9he Fortrrh day of M1arch insjta he wil S uld- AUCTION, at his Commercial Sale Rooms. Sterne's Subscribers-only content

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