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  • American Cyclopædia Isle of Wight (county) 1476263The American Cyclopædia — Isle of Wight (county) ISLE OF WIGHT, a S. E. county of Virginia, bounded
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  • The American Cyclopædia Isle of Wight 1476300The American Cyclopædia — Isle of Wight ISLE OF WIGHT, England. See Wight.
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  • (Isle of Wight) 20835921911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 28 — Yarmouth (Isle of Wight) YARMOUTH, a small port at the western extremity of the
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  • Vicar at Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight; Fellow and Tutor of Queen's College, Oxford. This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography
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  • position of the Basins of Paris, London, and the Isle of Wight. Plate 11. Section of the Isle of Wight, from north to south, shewing the middle range of hills
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  • are used in glass making. See "Geology of the Isle of Wight," Mem. Geol. Survey (2nd ed., 1889); "The Geology of the Country around Southampton," Mem.
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  • heir of Henry, lord Berkeley. He was the author of: 1. Instruction and orders by him as captain-general of the Isle of Wight for the good government of the
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  • skill and is of great antiquarian value. The discovery of the Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Chessel Down in the Isle of Wight, and the excavation of the graves
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  • WihtgarAlice Margaret Cooke1900 WIHTGAR (d. 544), first king of the Isle of Wight, was the nephew of Cerdic [q. v.] He seems to have first come to Britain with
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  • captain of the Isle of Wight, in the Throgmorton and Dudley conspiracy, set on foot in concert with the French for the dethronement of Mary in favour of Elizabeth
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  • son of Sir William Oglander (knighted in 1606) of Nunwell, near Brading, Isle of Wight, and West Dean, Sussex, by his first wife, Ann, daughter of Anthony
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  • of the Isle of Wight and Dorset that enriched his Description of the Principal Picturesque Beauties, Antiquities and Geological Phenomena of the Isle
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  • sometime recorder of Poole and Southampton, J.P. Newport, Isle of Wight, educated at London Univ. and Trin. Coll., Camb., a student of the Middle Temple
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  • rank of inspector-general of hospitals, and resided for many years in the Isle of Wight. He died at Bath in 1834. During his stay in the Isle of Wight he
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  • the Weald” (1875), “Geology of the Isle of Wight” (2nd ed., 1889), “Geology of the Isle of Purbeck” (1898); and the Record of Excursions, Geologists' Association
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  • the most striking feature of Dorsetshire, Hampshire, and the Isle of Wight, they do not occupy the whole of the surface of those counties. Several other
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  • 454–5), the seal of which shows the family device, a griffin clutching a hare. Though Hoveden styles him ‘Earl of the Isle of Wight’ (of which he was lord)
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  • BenedictMackeyMackey,_Henry Benedict18461906O.S.B. ; British priest; Canon of Newport, Isle of Wight. Procurator in Curia Romana; born Henry Joseph Mackey This author
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  • Wroth1888 DENNETT, JOHN (1790–1852), inventor and antiquary, of Newport, Isle of Wight, was born in 1790. In 1832 (according to Encyclop. Brit. about
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  • teacher of special subjects in private families, he began a life of unceasing literary toil by editing a provincial newspaper in the Isle of Wight, and while
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