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Entries usually include the testator's name, date of death, date of probate and registry. A record of births, marriages, deaths, legal, political, organisation and other news from the counties of Kent and Sussex. The great purpose of this canal was to drain the lands called Laughton Levels on the east of Lewes.

Original pages of the newspaper can be viewed and located by a full text search. senior assistant medical officer; Charles Planck M. By this canal all the neighbouring lands have been materially benefited, the embankments being continued on the east side of the river above Lewes bridge to Bushy brook; on the west side above Lewes bridge to the upper end of the New Cut; and on the north side of Glynd Sewer, from Sound to the Swall bank; and on the south side from Sound to the Cock field.

A comprehensive place-by-place gazetteer, listing key contemporary and historical facts. Contains details on local schools, churches, government and other institutions. The New Cut from Stone bridge, about half a mile above Shalford, to connect the river Wey with the Arun, a distance of sixteen miles, proves a valuable and important navigation to this division of Surrey and Sussex.

A comprehensive place-by-place gazetteer, listing key contemporary and historical facts. Contains details on local schools, churches, government and other institutions. Another improvement in this vicinity, is the new and excellent turnpike road between Guildford and Horsham.

A comprehensive place-by-place gazetteer, listing key contemporary and historical facts. Contains details on local schools, churches, government and other institutions. The former is an object of much consequence in Sussex. The mill ponds algo raise very large quantities of fish; they are an object of sale. Fenn, of London, long rented, and was the sole monopolizer of all the fish sold in Sussex. a brace, and two inches of fat upon them, as he fed them with pease. per hundred; at 15 inches, 6l.; and at eighteen, 8 or 9l.

A comprehensive place-by-place gazetteer, listing key historical and contemporary facts. Carp is the chief stock; but tench, perch, eels, and pike are raised. The usual season for drawing the ponds, is either autumn or spring: the sale is regulated by measure, from the eye to the fork of the tail. In Burton park is a fine reach of water, yielding carp, tench, perch, pike, &c. Lord Egremont has several noble ponds for breeding, and others for fattening, one immediately under another, with streams running through them.

A name index connected to digital images of registers recording millions of children educated in schools operated by the National Society for Promoting Religious Education. Advancing down the hills, the soil becomes of a deeper staple, and at the bottom is every where a surface of very good depth for ploughing.

An index to and digital images of records that detail 40 million civilians in England and Wales. In the river Arun are caught vast quantities of mullets, which in the summer season come up from the sea as far as Arundel, in great shoals, and feed upon a particular weed here, which gives them a high and luscious taste, that renders them a great luxury. The Earl of Egremont has made the river Rother navigable for boats, barges, &c.

Early entries can be brief, but later entries may include dates of births, occupations, home addresses and more. SUSSEX is a southern maritime shire, lying on the English Channel, with Surrey to the north. The area of the county comprises 933,269 acres, which has been reduced by the transfer of 536 acres, part of Tunbridge Wells (Frant), and part of Lamberhurst (1,937 acres), to the county of Kent; 1,453 acres being added to Sussex, viz, being part of Broomhill; total erea now being 932,249; the population in 1801 was 159,471; 1811 190,343; 1821, 233 328; 1831, 272,644; 1841, 300,075; 1851, 336,844; 1861, 353,735; 1871, 417,456; 1881, 490,505; and in 1891, 550,446-males, 253,438; females 297,008. Sussex has long been celebrated for the growth of its timber, principally oak.

Kent to the east and north-east and Hampshire to the west it is of oblong form in the direction of the see-shore from east to west, between 0° 49' E. The inhabited houses numbered 100,625, uninhabited 6,470 and buildings 760. No other country can equal it in this respect, either in quautity or quality.

Find My Past's index allows searches on for multiple metrics including occupation and residence. Another canal runs from the Rother near Stopham bridge to Haslingbourne bridge in the parish of Petworth.

Searchable index and original images of over 12.5 million probates and administrations granted by civil registries. The river Ouse, between Newhaven bridge and Lewes, previous to the canal act passed in 1791, was navigable only for small barges at particular times of tide; but by widening, deepening, and some new cuts, it has been made constantly navigable for boats of larger burthen.

A full index of passenger lists for vessels arriving in the UK linked to original images. The wastes of this county are still very extensive.

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