Wiltshire

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  • ARNOLD-FORSTER, Mary

    Basset Down

    An Old Country House. Foreword by Charles Morgan.

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  • BLACKFORD, J.H.

    The Manor and Village of Cherhill

    A Wiltshire Village from Early Times to the Present Day.

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  • BRETT, S.

    Marlborough College

    A Short History and Guide.

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  • BROAD CHALKE.

    Broad Chalke

    A History of a South Wiltshire Village, its Land and its People over 2000 Years. By the People of the Village.

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  • BUXTON, David

    Wiltshire of One Hundred Years Ago

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  • CHADWICK, John C.

    The Unusual Guide to Salisbury

    Illustrated by John Cooper, Nigel Clarke.

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  • CRAMPTON, Patrick

    Stonehenge of the Kings

    A People Appear.

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  • CROWLEY (ed.), D.A.

    A History of Wiltshire

    Edited by D.A. Crowley. Volume XIII. South-West Wiltshire: Chalke and Dunworth Hundreds.

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  • DORLING, E.E.

    A History of Salisbury

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  • DOUGLAS, M.A.

    The Godolphin School 1726-1926

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  • DOWDING, M.K.

    Old Wiltshire Market Towns and Villages

    Illustrated by M.E. Sargent.

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  • ENCLOSURE ACT 1809, Act of Parliament

    An Act for Dividing and Allotting Lands in the Parishes of Barfhockwoldord Saint Martin and South Newton

    And for extinguishing Rights of Common on other Lands, in the Parishes of Barford Saint Martin aforesaid, and Baverstock, in the County of Wilts.

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  • ENCLOSURE ACT 1814, Act of Parliament

    An Act for Inclosing Lands in the Tythings of East Overton and Lockeridge

    In the Parish of Overton in the County of Wilts, and in the Hamlet or Tything of Fyfield in the same County.

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  • ENCLOSURE ACT 1814, Act of Parliament

    An Act for Inclosing Lands in the Township or Hamlet of Conock

    in the Parish of Chirton, in the County of Wilts.

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  • ENCLOSURE ACT 1814, Act of Parliament

    An Act for allotting Lands in the Parishes of Broad Chalke and Chilmark

    in the County of Wilts.

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  • ENCLOSURE ACT 1818, Act of Parliament

    An Act for Inclosing Lands in the Parish of Bradford

    [and Atworth, otherwise called Atford Common, Bardford Leigh, and Forwards Common], in the County of Wilts.

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  • ENCLOSURE ACT 1819, Act of Parliament

    An Act for Allotting Lands in the Parish of Durrington

    And in the Tything of Knighton, in the Parish of Figheldean, in the County of Wilts.

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  • ENCLOSURE ACT 1820, Act of Parliament

    An Act for Dividing and allotting Lands in the Parish of Cherhill

    And certain Common Meadows and Common Field Lands in that Parish, and in the Parishes of Calne, Calstone, Wellington, and Compton Bassett, in the County of Wilts.

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  • FERGUSSON, Barbara

    The Ebble River

    The Ebble, Chele or Chalke.

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  • GANDY, Ida

    Round about the Little Steeple

    The Story of a Downland Village [Bishops Cannings] and its Parson in the Seventeenth Century.

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  • GINGELL, P J

    The History of Wootton Bassett

    'A Very Ancient Mayor Towne'. [Third Impression].

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  • GODDARD, Canon H.

    Wiltshire Bibliography

    A Catalogue of Printed Books, Pamphlets and Articles bearing on the History, Topography and Natural History of the County. Part I: Wiltshire as a Whole; Part II: Individual Parishes arranged alphabetically.

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  • GODDARD (ed.), E.H.

    The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, published under the Direction of the Society formed in that County A.D. 1853

    No. CXIX. June 1913. Vol. XXXVIII.

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  • GOUGH, Richard

    Conjectures on an Antient [sic] Tomb in Salisbury Cathedral

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  • GRINSELL, L.V.

    Studies in the History of Swindon

    With an Introduction by David Douglas. [Index by J.T. Lea].

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