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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ebbesborne Wake

    Parishes Ebbesborne Wake EBBESBORNE WAKE Ebbesborne Wake, 1 15 km. WSW. of Salisbury , was until 1894 a parish of 2,884 a. 2 It extended 1.5 km. northwards and 5 km. southwards from the river Ebble, which flowed east

    Parishes Bower Chalke

    Parishes Bower Chalke BOWER CHALKE Bower Chalke c. 1790 The lands of Bower Chalke, 15 km. WSW. of Salisbury , 1 were part of an estate called Chalke, granted to Wilton abbey in the 10th century, and perhaps also

    Parishes Fifield Bavant

    Parishes Fifield Bavant FIFIELD BAVANT FIFIELD Bavant is 13 km. WSW. of Salisbury . 1 The parish, c . 1,153 a., lay in two attached parts. 2 The larger, roughly rectangular, reached from the river Ebble 2 km. northwards

    Parishes Tollard Royal

    Parishes Tollard Royal TOLLARD ROYAL Tollard Royal village is near the Dorset boundary 23 km. south-west of Salisbury , 1 and Tollard Royal parish consisted of lands in Wiltshire and Dorset . The Wiltshire lands were those of the

    Parishes Donhead St Andrew

    Parishes Donhead St Andrew DONHEAD ST. ANDREW Donhead St. Andrew 1 is 5 km. east of Shaftesbury (Dors.) in the south-west corner of Wiltshire . 2 Most of its lands and most of those of its neighbour Donhead St.

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, S, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Index S S. , F., a German captain, ii. 877. Sables. See Furs. Sacheverell (Shackeverell) , Sir Henry, i. g. 622 (p. 316), 623 (pp. 321, 325). Sackeson. See Saxony. Sackville (Sackfeld) , Chr., ii. App. 2 (2 vi.).

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GOSSrP FROM THE WORLD. The Queen spent the first two days of her stay at Balmoral in visiting her servants and the cottagers on the Royal estate and at Crathie. Last week her Majesty drove one afternoon to Birkhall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    KW HAT THE WORLD SAYS. The Queen spent the first two days of her stay at Balmoral in visiting her servants and the oottagers on tho Royal estate and at Crathie. Last week Her Majesty drove one afternoon to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITPJ.A TUBIE. loring s crony t ihe Jsersuesu it t Rome. By th o 1 tv. vM. Hlor .vrT SiAOClov, ILA. Seelcy s. This book being principally of a controversial chbracter, p recolludes oau giViTg any lengthened notice of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE WORLD The death is announced from Paris of M. Jules Lebaudy, the well-known financier. The Hon. W. S. Fielding, the Premier of Nova Scotia, has started for London to arrange for the floating of a loan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COUNTY CRICKET FIXTURES. LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE. Subjoined are the dates assigned to the various contests in which the Lancashire and Yorkshire County teams are engaged for 1892 :- May. 30 - Leeds. Yorkshire v. Derbyshire. J une. 2 - Subscribers-only content

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