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APPENDIX 343

tobacco, take a;^ much of your fancy as you can store : Dorchester,
Weymouth, and Sherborne are good centres for it, the rest poor.
Carry a crooked ash stick : it will not break, and the crook is
useful.

You will not find, if you aiv of civil address (as all who read
this book must be), that even the good hotels in the towns are
(as yet) exigent in the matter of dress ; nor are they (with one
exception, and that is worth it) unduly high, as a rule, in prices.
At the lesser inns in villages you may only be able to get beer or
cider and cheese, and eggs, and tea : not bad fare. At the larger
hotels in the towns you may get a thrcc-or four-course English
diiuier and a corresponding lunch. Bathrooms are not universal,
but more frequent than legend suggests. If you only know how
to find out — the ostler is the best starting-place, csj^ecially if you
still know a little about horses — there are plenty of conveniences
in the way of carriers and station buses and farm carts and milk-
men, to aid you with your burden. The railway services cut the
county into cubes, more or less : Cranborne Chase and the JJul-
barrow ridge arc the worst places for desolation. Cross-country
connections are very bad. Avoid trying to make them at the
three stations at Yeovil as you would the Devil, and pray for the
soul and recent good intention of Sir Eric Geddcs. God rest you.



LNDEX



AbboUbury, 48-49, 41, A3, 170, 2ul, 205
222. 247, 251

— Abbey. 48. 76. 05. 112-113

— Camp. 47-49. 259

— Church. 48-49

— Swanncrv. 2C1-2G3

— Tithe- BaVn. 4S. 263
Acklin<? Dyke, tlie. 218
Adams, Parson. 312
Aelfric. 75. 118. 306
Aff piddle, 122, 116, 311
Agglestone. the. 19-20
Agincourt. 114

Agricultural Wages Board, 311
Aiulf, 76

Alban's Head. St., 22
Aldhelm. saint and bishop. 22, 74, 77, 153
Aldhelm's Head. St.. 21-22
Alford, Grogorv, 177-180
Alfred, King, 74-75, 77, 83
Alington, Lord. 148
Allington. 175, 294
Almar. 9H
Aimer. 1.34
Alton Pancraa, 320
Aluric. 149

Alward. Chap. VI passim, 265
Amber in Don^-t. 44
Anertn RiwU, the. 113-114
Angel, James, 211-212
Anning, Man', 33-34. 232
AnieLype, The (Dorchester), 197, 202, 237
Anvil Point. 22

Arbuthnot. Admiral .Marriott, 244, 245, 2-17
Argvle. Duke of, 179
Ariiih Mell (Jap. 3(>-31. 57-58
Armada, Spaninh. 141-143
Armstrong. Sir William, 301
Ame Ilav, 18

Arnold. Melchiswlech, 212-213
" Arripav,"' 109-110
Arthur, king. 63, 19, 28
Arundel, R<^'rr, UXJ
A»katham. 176
A-);, ntwell, 176-177
Akm7.. the UI.kkIv. 41. 183-186
Ath'lliampton. 121. 1.33
Alh« Uun, 10. 40. 75
Anguitine. St.. 1 19

Auht- II. .Ian.-, 233 ; (|Uot«J, 230, 232. 2.34
AiiMin. St.. IIU
Aralrm. 27
Am VaJLv. the. 2m
A»inin»f.r. H2. 172. 176. 227
Avrton. the U'.. Hon. A. S., 3<JO-30l



Badburv Rings, 61-03, 28, 55, 66, 73, 166-

168, 298-299
Badonicus, Mens, 73
Bagbcr Common. 313
Bailej'. John. 213
liakcr. Hugh. 163
Ballard Down. 20, 247
Bailee. Mr.. 196
Bancks. Jacob, 191, 204
Bankes, Henry, M.l'.. 190
Barbarv pirates. 1 111, 139. 250-251
Barne-s William, 3O1-.303, 41, 94, 297, 313
Barneston Manor, 29
Bartlett, Robert Abram, 140
Ba-sincstoke, 219-220
Ba.stard. the Rev. Thomas, 134-136
Batcombe, 151-152. 118
Batoombe Hill, 319, 151
Bath. 184

Beach, Mr., of Bridport. 173, 175
Beaminster, 283-284. 57, 191. 310
Beaininster Down. 303
Beckford, Peter. 203
Bedfortl family. 145-147
Bell. Dr. Andrew. 228-229
Bell Hill, .321
Bennett, John. 184
Bere Reuis. 123-127, 56, 67, 78, 95, 96, 111,

131, 1.34-135
Bermudas, the. 143-145, 194, 250
Bert uf us, 48, 54
Berwick farm, 146-147
B<'8t, the Rev. and Hon. Samuel, 300
Ik-ttiscomlM". 2!K)
Bcwley. Francis. 215-216
Bexington. 48. 148. 259
Bickley. Francis. 235
Bindon Abbey. 111-112, 119
Bindon Hill. 30-31. 57
Bingham's Meleoml)e, 134, 320
Birdsmoor (Jafe, 290
Black Death, the. 77. 107. 114-115, 266
Blackdown. 44 46. 31
Blackmore Vale, 151-152, 80, 95, 312-313,

321 323
Blagdon. 228
Blake. Admiral. 165, 248
Blandford. 313-314, 9, 126, 166, 191, 203-

204. 276. 278-279. 3(NI
Blandford St. Mary's. Ilt.1, 300
BI<KHly Aiwize. the. IK3 IM.'.. 41
Bhxvly Bank (Wnrehnm). 185
BUkmIv I<nne ( Botlii'iilminpton). 180
B4,kerlv Dvke. 4.1. .VJ 54, 66, 218
B<jnd, (Mnily uf, 2U

34ft



346



INDEX



Bond, Hugh, 213

Bond, John, M.P., 199

Bonfield, 96

Bonvile de Bredy, 96

Bothenhampton, 180

Bottlebush Down, 64, 218

Bournemouth, 28

Bradpole, 176

Brcdy, 10, 96

Bredy Farm, 145

Brentford, 219-220

Bretel, 98

Brichtuin, 120

Bride, River, 10

Bride valley, 145-146

Bridgewater, 197-198

Bridport, 7-10, 32, 55-57, 75, 97, 110, 166,

170-178, 180, 184, 201, 227, 236, 237, 244,

293-294
Bridport, Viscount, 244
" Bridport dagger, a," 9
Bridport Arms, The, 8
Bridport Harbour (West Bay), 3-10, 33,

249-250, 256-257, 304
Bridport Shipyard, 5. 250
Brihtric, 76, 99
Brine, James, 279-283
Bristol, Lord, 160
Brit, River, 7-8

British and Foreign School Society, 228
Broadley, A. M., 175-176, 246-247
Broadwindsor, 176-178, 99, 161, 288
Browne, family of, 192
Browne, Thomas, 121
Brute, King, 81
Bryanston, 277
Bryanston Park, 321
Bubb, Jeremias, 195
Buddie, River, 232
Bulbarrow, 320-325, 31, 289, 313
Bull Inn, The, Bridport, 180
Bullen, Admiral Sir C, 247
Bundi, 160
Burnet, Bishop, 182
Burney, Fanny, 226-227
Burton Bradstock, 257-258, 116, 145, 170,

234, 245, 247
— parish boundary, 8
Burton Freshwater, 257
Bussey Stool Walk, 203-204
Butler, Robert, 174
Butler, Samuel, 134

Caesar, Julias, 54, 64-65

Camden Societi/'s Papers, 185

Candida, St., 75

Canning, Elizabeth, 204-222, 251, 253

Canute, King, 76, 82

Cardigan, Lady, 310

Carr, Robert, Earl of Somerset, 155

Case, Dr. John, 230

Catherine, St., 49

Catherine's Chapel, St., 47-49

Cattistock : carillon, 61 ; Celtic remains

near, 57
Cattistock Hunt, the, 17, 212, 317
Cattogus, 64
Cattug, 54



Cerne Abbas (village), 116-120, 57, 75, 227,

304, 311
Cerne Abbey, 117-120, 54, 112, 115, 306
Cerne Giant, 120, 54, 116
Cerne, Book of, 120
Chafin, William, 203-204
Channing, Mary, 200
Channing, Thomas, 200
Chantmarle, 134
Charborough Tower, 28
Chard, 142
Charles I, King, 167
Charles IL 169-178
Charmouth, 170-175, 35, 74, 239, 247
Charmouth Hill, 15, 32, 171
Chater, Daniel, 251-253
Chequer, The (Portisham), 215
Chesil Bank, the, 258-263, 9, 46
Chideock, 116
Ciiilcombe Down, 176
Child Okeford, 313
Chilfromc, 98
Chrestoleros, 134-136
Christchurch, 28
Christ's Hospital, 145
Church Knowle, 26, 29
Churchill, family of, 195
Churchill, Arabella, 195
Churchill, Awnsham, 195
Churchill, Charles, 195
Churchill, George, 195
Churchill, Winston, Sir, 195
Cicuber, 81

Clandon Barrow, 43, 44
Claridge, John, 276-277
Clarke, Richard, 140
Clarke, William, 209-221
Clavell (de Clavile), family of, 24, 95
Clavell, Sir W., 24-25, 137
Clavell, William, 247
Clements, George, 213
Clubmen, the, 166-168, 322
Coach and Horses, The (Fordington), 216
" Coal-money," 24
Cogden Mere, 258
CoUer, Edward, 180
Coker, John, 152, 202
Coker, Robert, 180
Compton Valence, 150, 69
Coney's Castle, 289
Coningsby, Miss Juliana, 173-178
Constantine, 59
Constantius, 56
Coombe Bissett, 205, 218-219
Coram, Thomas, 253-255
Corfe Castle, 77-79, 20, 109-112, 123, 164
Corfe Castle (village), 77-79, 28, 75, 111, 116,

199, 230-231, 278
Corfe, River, 29
Corton, Thomas, 119
Cox, Dr. Daniel, 220
CVabbe, the Rev. George, 230, 318
Cranborne, 95, 111, 166 [204

Cranborne Chase, 203-204, 43, 53, 68, 203-
Cranborne Manor, 133
Crawford Bridge, see Spettisbury
Crawford Castle, see Spettisbury Rings
Crejy, 114



INDEX



347



Creech Barrow, iJd-i.S, 23, 30, 289
Oewkerne, 2l»7, 243, 245
CromwiU, Oliver. <»3. 168
Cro*9 in Hand, 319
CVowe. William, 273-274, 288-289
Oulvcrhouse, Lieut., 246
Cumberlanil. UichanJ. 198-liK)
Cups, The Tkrte (Lyme Regis), 23J

Damory Court, 245

Dancinj; Ledge, 22

Daniel Press, the. 3(V)

DArhlay, .Madame, 226-227

IXadmaii's Hav, 247, 259

De Albenv. William, 111

IX- A<|uila. 95. 9S

l)f Hraose, William, 99

IKfiK-, Daniel, 2(K»-2ii2. 41, ISH, 311

De Hesding. Ernulf. 99

De Hormn- family. 32<t

Delaeourt. Tlmmas, 181-185

De .Moulham, 96

De Porth, Hiieo. 15(»

De Rcdvers. Baldwin, 108

Desborough, Major, 168

De Stokes, Walter, 113

Devil, the, legends of, 18-19 (Iblc of Wight),

151 (Batcombe), 163 (alleged corybant at

Dorchester), 319 (Cross in Hand)
Devil's Bellows, the, 171. 239
Dewlish, 15-16. 21
Digby, Admiral !Sir H., 247
Dicby (John). Lord. 231
Dipby, Admiral Robert. 247
Dodington, Ceorge Bubb (Lord Melcombe),

195-199. 203-204, 245
IX»mesdav Book, Chap. VI jxiJisim
Dorchester, 39-41, 160-164, 75, 95, 111, 127,

135, 144. 147, 226-228, 237, 266, 279-281,

284, 301-302. 3(»5~306

— connection with Massachusetts, 160-163

— Jcflreys at, 183-184

— Labourers, 41 (see Labourers)

— mercaants, 9, 201

— Roman remains, 55-61
Dorchester, (Mass., U..S.A.), 40
Dorchester, Joseph Darner, Lord (Baron

Milton), 275-276. 245
ItorcheMtr Municipal Utcords, 164
Dorsaotaii, .W
Dfjractiihin- (Jap, the. 320
Domctahire R«-giment», see under Regiment,

Territorials, \'oluntcers, Yeomanry
DrnT. 197
I )r' .;;<,. 98
Duck|>ool, 291
Dumourie/,, 247
Dunium U" also .Maiden Cftntle and Dor-

chi-nUr). 40, 56, 67
Duii'tan, St., 77

UntiyU-T, firm of (Lyme Regi«), 235
Durnovaria. 67

Durc)tri«i-<(, the. Chap. IV pattim, 27, 48-49
f)iirw.«t'.n. 76. 321
Ihjna'ln, The, 247

f-U«tbury, 195, 108
Ka«t.Stour, 312



Edward. King and Martyr, 77-89, 75

Edward, King (son of Alfred), 75

Etlward the Confessor, 76, 94, Chap. VI

passim
Edward I. Ill
Edwanl II. Ill
Egbert. Kiiii;. 74
'■ Egdon" Heath. 67. 123
Egganlon Hill and Camp, 68-69, 4, 99-100,

208 210. 289

— Roman road at, 56-57

" Elephant Betl of Dewlish," 15-16
Elephds iiuridiumili.t, 16, 21
Elfrida, 77-78

Eli/aUth (wife of Robert Bruce), 83
Elizabeth. Queen, Chap. \'III passim, 93
Ellesdon. William, 170-178
Elliston. 228
Elmer. 99

Enclosures. Chap. XIII-XV passim
Encombe (ilen (liouse and park), 23, 26, 278
Endieott, John, 161
Enfield, 204-222
Enmore (iix-en, 85-86
Ethellielm. alderman, 74
Ethelred. King, 77-78, 82, 265
Ethelwulf. King. 74
Ettrieke. Anthony, 151, 181
Evershot, 317-318, 230
Ezcaiyiiinns in Cranbornc Chase, 58-60, 304-
305

Fair Down, 209
Fairfax. Ixird. 165-168
Fair Field, 209
Falcf>nrii, Dank of, 137
Farnham, 304
Farnlmm. Alice, 207-208
Field Club. Dorset, 302

— Proceedings, quoted, 138, 202
Fielding. Henry. 312, 2(»1, 205, 229, 271

— quot«'d. 196". 204. 230
Fifehead Xeville, 321

Fisher, Kt. Hon. H. A. L., 229

Fitzherbert, Mrs., 227

Fives Court Inn, The, 9

Flax-jrrow iiij; and weaving, 9, 44

Fleet. River. 263

Fleet, 264-265

Flowersbarrow, 30. 57, 67, 169

Fontmell Magna, 79, 322

Fonts, 98, 118, 121, 123, 124, 265, 289, 293

Ford, John. 213

Fording bridge. 251-252

FordiiiKlon. 216-217

For<liii)4ton Church, 40. 54, iMl

FordinKton Field. 42. 2o2, 3o6

FormulabU, H..M.S., 34

Foundlini; Hospital, the, 263-255

Fownes, 'I'homaM, 203

Frampton, K<>niun villa, 54 ; Chiirth, 192

Frampt<in, .lami-H, 279

Frampton, .Mary, 277-279

Frcliriek. Prin(<- of Wales, 196-197, 225

Frederick William, Prince, 196

Friar Waddon. 206

Frome, River. 27, 30, 76, 97, 160, 103, 320

Fromc Uclet, 98



348



INDEX



Frome St. Quintin, 318, 98

Frome Vauchurch, 97-98, 151

Fry, John, 210

Fuller, Thomas, 161

— quoted, 160-161, 175-176

Galley, Exciseman, 253

Gape, John, 163

Gascoyne, Sir Crisp, 205

Gaveston, Piers, 111

Gawler, WiUiam, 271

George III, Chaps. X, XII, XIII passim

George IV, 227

George Inn, The (Bridport), 173-175, 249

George Inn, The (Broad Windsor), 177-178

German prisoners, 40, 328

Gibbons, Mary, 213

Gifford, Sir Osbert, 83

Gillingham, 43, 76, HI

Gladman, Francis, 210-211

Gloucester, Duke of, 227

Gloucester Terrace (Weymouth), 227

Godwin, Earl, 76

Golden Cap, 31-34, 233, 234, 289

Gollop of Strode, 95, 283-286

Gollop, John, 162

Goring, Lord, 165, 166

Gould, A. W., 164

Grange, 169

Grange Hill, 169

" Granny's Teeth," 233

Graunt, John, 163

Gray, Walter, 147

Green, F. E., 310-311

Gregory, Arthur, 138

Grenville, Sir Richard, 143

Grey, Mr. Angel, 163

Grey, Lord, 180

Grey, the Rev. William, 327

" Grey Mare and her Colts," 47, 150

Greyhound, The (Bridport), 237

Grey's Bridge, 217

Grimaldi, 228

Grimstone, 150, 271-272

Grip, Hugh, son of, see Hugh

Grosven^rr Arrm, The, 237

Grove, The, 235

Grove, William Chafin, 212

Guiana, 155

Gun Cliff, 233

Gundry, " Mr.," 202

Gundry, Mr. Justice, 206

Gussage Down, 64

Gussage All Saints, 64

Haines, WiUiam, 215
Haklu3't, quoted, 137
Hambledon Hill, 168, 313
Hamilton, John, 148
Hamilton, William Kerr, 305-306
Hammct (smith), 174
Hammett, James, 279-283
Hammoon, 116
Hamworthy, 57
Hancock, Thomas, 162
Handley, 160
Handley Down, 56
Har Down, 175, 291



Hardy, Thomas, 299-300, 41, 247-248, 305

— quoted, 28, 40, 93, 267, 297, 300, 301, 313
315

— topography of works, 339-341
Hardy Monument, the, 45, 27

Hardy, Sir Thomas Mastcrman, 245-247, 150

Hardv, William, 164

Harold, King, 76, 95

Harrod's, 237-238

Hawkins, John, 213

Henderson, Rt. Hon. Arthur, 283

Henry III. 152

Henry VII, 131, 147

Henry VIII, 83, 112, 132, 134, 147

Henry, Prince, 108

Henstridge, 203

High Stoy, 28, 320

Hill, John, 205

Hillary, Ann, 283

Hilton, 320-321

Hod Hill, 55, 313

Holies, Denzil, 160, 176

Holies, family of, 167

Holme bridge, 137

Holt Lodge, 181

Holton Heath, 123

Honniborne, Roger, 163

Hood, familv of, 243-244

Hood, Alexander, 243-244, 245

Hood, Hon. H. L. A., 244

Hood, Samuel, Viscount, 244

Hood, Sir Samuel, 244

Hooke, 31, 176

Hoskins, Peter, 167

Hoskins, Robert, 163

Hudson, W. H., 77, 117

Hugh Fitz Grip, 95, 99, 265

Hunt, Henry, M.P., 278

Hunt, Henry, 173-174

Hunt, Thomas, 218

Hunting (see also Cattistock Hunt), 17, 203,

212
Huson, James, 203
Hutchins, historian of Dorset. 190-192, 204

— quoted, 113, 119, 121, 151, 169, 202, 227,
289, 318

Ibberton, 321

Ibernium, 67

Ilchester, 57

Ilchester, Lord (see also Strangways), 259

India : East India Company, 192-194

Invincible, H.M.S., 244

Ivernio, 67

Iwerne Minster, 79, 96, 311

Ja'afar Pasha, 323

James I, King, 147, 155-156, 180-185, 265

Jeffreys, Lord, C. J., 181-185

Jesty, Dr. Benjamin, 230

Joanereidos, 164

John, King, 111, 99, 100, 108, 110

Joliffe, Peter, 249

Jones, Rhys, 177

Jourdan, Sylvester, 144-145

Jvde the Obscure, 314

Jurdan, see Jourdan



IXDEX



349



Kean. Charles, 22S

Kebbel. T. E.. 309

Ketch. John. 1 SI -182

Kimmeridgc (vilUgc aiul ilistiict), J3-2o, 30,

137
Kimmeridpc shale, 23-25
K>ny « Aniis. The (Donhester), 237
King'n Custom-f, The, 253
King's Staii Bridge, 1S2
Kiii>:ston, 26

Kingston Russell, 14(>-147. 24r>
Kingston Russell House. 150

'■ Labour in Vain," 47

'• Labounrs, the Dorx^^hester," 279-283. 41,

122. 311
Liboun-rs, Statutes of, ll.'>, l(i7
Lambtrts Castle. 5C, 289
Lancaster, Jaseph. 228
Lane. Jane. 17b
Lang. Andrew. 2<V4, 222
Langdon Hill. 33
Langton Herring. 265
Langton Mat ravers. 231
Larcombe. Thomas, lo2
Larke, William. 184
Ijirmer Tree, 304
Laurence. Capt. John, 169
Lee Lane, 175-176
Legroe, Alphonse, 300
Leigh. 152
Ivewis. Samuel, 266

U-wsdon Hill. 289-290. 27-28, 33, 171. 274
Ijftcmion Hill (poem), 274
Lias formations, 33-;{4
l.iilington. 152
Lillinjrton. Mary. 2o3
I.imbrv. St.phen, 170-173
Li^l.-. Alice, 183
IJttle Commonwealth, the, 152
Little Frome, 318
Little S«a, 18-19
I.iltle Windsor, 243

Litton Cheney, MO-l.'KJ, 176, 208-212, 214
I^oders. 99, 176, 245
I»ng Burton, 152
Long Bredv, 1.W
Look Farm'. 149

I»vele«8. fieorge and James, 279-283
Lud, King. 81
Lulworth Caatle. 227
Lulworth. Ea«t. 110
LuUorth. West (Lulworth Cove), 31
Lvdden. River. 313. 320
Lyme R-gis. 232-239, 15, 33-34. lln. 141-

145, 170-171, 247

— the Cobb, 34, 110, 171. 179, 232-234

— ■ieffe fif. 1 65

— Monmouth at, 179-lHl
Lir-ifol Ii>dUuU, 274
Lytth. tt Bay, 18

Mac&uUv, Lord, 165, 184, 235
Mao«-y, ('ajit., 174-177
Ma«k.nl fuh.jrioi. 260-261, 147
Macna/lv. William, 201
Ml Iran l^v«U m, the. 22H-229
Maul«n Cutle, 41-14, 40, 01, 227



Maiden Newton, 9C-98, 115
Mai Dun. see Maiden Castle
Mulan. Solomon Ca>sar. 308
Mapperton, South. 99
Mapperton. 99. 134
Map|)owder, 320
Maps, geological, 15

— Tudor. 19, 26

— one-inch Ordnance, 22, 63, 286-287, 291,
Appendix, passim

Marblers of Ihirbi-ck. 2(1-21

Margaret of Anjou. 111-112. l.U

Margaret Marsh. 312

Marlboroui;li, Duke of, 195

Marlott, 93

Marshwood. 76. 290

Marshwood Vale, 283-294, 14, 68. 171-172,
237, 273

Martin, 218-219

Martin, family of, 95. 121

Martinstown. 45

Marvell, Andrew, 143-145

Masefield, John, 2.51

Massachusetts, 161-163, 254

Massi-y, C.ipt.. 174-177

Matilda, Queen. 107

Maumbury Kings. 59. 40, 20 1. 302

Mayo. C. H.. 164

Mayor of CaMerhrid<je, The, 127

Mceres, of .Sherborne. 153-154

Melbury Down. 28, 79-80

MelburV House. 134, 178, 318

Melbury Sampford, 178. 318

Meicomlie. l>ord. see Dodington

Melcombe Regis, llo, lit. 142. 166, 267

Melplash, 284

Meredith. George, 308

Miles, Walker. 286

Milton Abbas, 275-276, 116, 191, 227, 245,
,309

Milton Abbey. 320-321, 75. 112. 115

Milton (irammar School, 191, 245

Milton. Ix)rd. see Dorchester, Lord

Minerve, 11. M.S.. 246

.M interne. 319-320

Minterne. John (" Conjuring '"), 151

Mints in Dorset, 10 (Bridport), 40 (Dorches-
ter). 75

.1/ irac. ulnm- Bus il icon, 174

Mitford. Mary Russell. 2.34-235

Miz-mazes in Dorset. 152

Mockeridge. Thomas, 216

MoncriefT. A. S. Hope, 286

Mohun family. 95. i)8-99, 265

Monkton Wyld. 172

Monmouth. Duke of, 178-185, 34, 168, 169,
235, 290

Mon-, Hannah. 228

Mor.-, .Sir riioniuH. 131. 284

More, family of, 284 2S6

.More<-omb<'lake, 175

MoretoM, Cardinal, 111. 124, 131

.Moreton. Karl of, 9K, 141*

Moritz, Carl l*hilip|.. 229

Morris, .Mary. 219

MoBterton, 243 244

Mot<-omlM'. 312

Motley, J, L., 150, 308



350



INDEX



Moule, H. J., 112, 138, 164, 261, 319

Mount Pleasant, 209

Mowlem, 96

Miickleford Lake, 272

Mupe's Rocks, 31

Musgrave, Louisa, 232

Napier, family of, 147-148

Napier, Sir James, 147-148

Napier, Sir Robert, 147-148

Napoleon, 93, 247-248

" Napper's Mite," 147

National Society for Promoting the Educa-
tion of the Children of the Poor in the
Principles of the Established Church, the,
228-229

Nelson, Horatio, 244-247

Nepean, Sir Evan, 246

Netherburv, 284-287, 103, 245

Nettlecom'be Tout, 320

Newburgh, William of. 111

Newcastle, Duke of, 197-198

Newfoundland, Dorset trade with, 139-140, 9

New Inn, The (Mosterton), 243

Norman buildings, etc. : St. Aldhelm's
Head, 23 ; Chap. VI passim ; Piddletown,
121 ; Turner's Piddle, 123 ; Bere Regis,
124 ; Portisham, 266 ; Stoke Abbot, 288

North Chideock, 291

Norton, the Hon. Mrs., 308

Oglander, family of, 283

Okeford Common, 321

Okeford Fitzpaine, 116, 321, 322

Old Harry, 18-19

Old Ship, The (Abbotsbury), 213-214

Ore, 76

Orchard, 95

Ox Drove, 64, 65, 79-80

Page, Harry, 109-110

Paget, Mr. Stephen, 328

Palgrave, F. T., 233, 235

Palladour (see Shaftesbury), 80

Parnham, 283, 124

Paulet, Robert, 167

Peasants' Revolt, the, 116, 159

Pelagius, 54-56, 60

Pentridge HiU, 66, 64, 219, 289

Peter of Pomfret, 108

Peters, Henry, 171

Philip, Archduke of Austria, 146, 40

Philips, Miles, 141-142

Piddle, River, 27, 320

Piddlehinton, 120-121

Piddletown, 121-122, 184, 291

Piddletrentliide, 120

Pilsdon Pen, 289-290, 27-28, 31, 55, 67, 69,

171
Pilsdon Manor, 177, 289
Pimperne, 152, 196
Pinney, family of, 273, 290
Pinney, Azariah, 290 .
Pirates, 138-139, 166, 248, 250-261
Pitt, family of, 194
Pitt, Christopher, 195
Pitt, John, 193-194
Pitt, Robert, 194



Pitt, Thomas, 192-195

Pitt, Thomas, Dr., 194-195

Pitt, Thomas, Lord Londonderry, 194

Pitt, William, Lord Chatham, 194, 197, 227,

235
Pitt, William, 194, 247
Pitt, William Moreton, 247-248, 274-275
Pitt Diamond, the, 194
Pitt-Rivers, Gen., 304-305
Plague in Dorset, 41, 107, 114, 165, 284-285
" Flouncing," 163
Pomice, 284

Ponsonby, John (Lord Bessborough), 278
Poole, 109-110, 139-142, 162-163, 166-166,

248-249, 251-263
Poole Harbour, 26-28, 18, 58
Poore, Richard, bishop, 113
Poorton, North, 99
Poorton, South, 102
Port Coombe, 257
Porter, Betty, 203
Porter, Mr., of Exeter, 175, 178
Portisham, 264-265, 46, 216, 245-246
Portland, Isle of, 27, 30-31, 33, 48, 74, 76,

139, 166, 166, 201, 234, 247, 248, 259
Portland Harbour, 7, 46
Portland Castle, 110
Portland sheep, 201
Portland Race, 22, 259
Portland stone, 14, 22, 23
Portman, Lord (first), 277, 306
Pottery clay, 14-16, 28
Pouncey, family of, 163-164
Poundbury, 41, 76, 278, 302
Powerstock, 99-103, 97, 110-111, 176, 291,

— Castle, 111

— results of his excavations, 43, 53-64, 58-
60, 68

Pox well, 134

Prior, Arthur, 199-200

Prior, Catherine, 199-200

Prior, Matthew, 199

Puckstone, the, 19-20

Pulpits, 118, 121, 122

" Pummery," 41

Puneknowle, 148-149, 259

Purbeck, Isle of, 20-31, 111, 123, 166, 248

Purbeck Marble, 20-22, 14, 23

Queen's Arms, The (Charmouth), 171-174

Racedown, 273

Rainbarrow, 56, 67

Rake Hill, 320

Raleigh, Carew, 142

Raleigh, Carew, Jr., 166-156

Raleigh, Sir W., 153-156

Rampisham, 116

Rawlsbury, 321, 57, 324

Red Lion, The (South Perrott), 207

Regiment, the Dorsetshire, 322-323

(Territorial Battns.), 323-324

Retrospective Review, The, 203

Revenge, the, 143

Rhodes-Moorhouse, Lieut. R. W. B., V.C.,

322
Riccard. Sir Andrew, "64
Richards, John, 202-203



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INDEX



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RicluuonJ, Sir William, 300 "

Ridjjewav. 215-21fi

Ring's Hill, 3<>-31

Ringstoad Cliff, 45

Ring wood, I8l, Ifvi

Robert of GloucesttT. 1(1S

Robfrts, Francia, 245, 247

Roberts, George, of Lyme Rot;is, 165, 180,

235
Rockboume Down, 65
Roman amphitheatre (Mnumbury Rings), 40

— buildings in Dorset. 40 (Dorvhestor), 53.
58-59 (CYanborne Chase). 54 (Frampton)
67, 59 (Weymouth) 321 (Fifehead Neville)

— camps, H<^d Hill and Pilsdon Pin. 5.t

— roads. Chap. IV /xi.<<i;fi, 115
Rood-screens, stone, IIS
Rope-making, it, 2S4

Royal Lion, The (Lvnie Reizis), 235-238
Russell. John, t:arrof Bedford, 146-147
Ru.s9«'lC Lord John, afterwards Earl Rus.sell,

147
Ru.ss,ll, William Lord, 181-182
Ryall, 291
Ryvi-8, family of, 244-245

Sabbin, John, 272

Sidler, John. 168-169

St. Loe, John, 167

Sdgittarv, Dr. Frederick, 230

Salheld,Lieut., O.C, 322

Sarah Sands, the, 323

Sarum, Old, 55-56

Saxon buildings, etc., Chap. \ pa«aim ; and

48, 99, 121
Screaming Skull, the, 290
Sedgemoor, 181, 183
Selwood Fon-st, 43
Severn, river and " Sea," 27
Shaftebburv, 79-«9, 43, 67. 75, 76, 181, 186,

202. 265; 313, 322
Shaftesbury, first Earl of. 160

— third Earl of, 3o6. 308

— ■evenih Earl of, 305-308, 278
Slutkespeare, William, 141-146
ShAredon. 291

Shaston. see Shaftesbury

Sheep, Dorset bre«-dsof, 132-133, 14, 65,201,

236, 23K. 271. 312, 314
Sherborne, 163, 145, 166-166. 178, 201, 202,

227
Sherborne Abl^y, 74, 112-113. 153, 231-232
Sherborne CaHtl.-, 153-156. Ill, 164, 278
Sherliome Cauwway, 312
Sheriiian, family ni 192
Shillingston.-. .313. 320 322
Simeon, the R<-v. CharleH, 230
Skimmity-ridinK, 127
Slfrp Aground, The (RIdgeway), 216
Slow. .Margunt. 271-272
Sm«lnir.re. 23-25, 95, 137, 321
Smith, the Rev. Sidney, 22»
Smithami, 272

SmuKglen in I><irwt, 2.';i-2.'.3, 120. 221-222
S<jmeni, Sir (Jeorgr, 14.3-145
.Sumerttt and iMjrttI S(i4e* and Queries, 261,

319
.South Perrotl, 207-210



Spain, wars with, 109-110, 130-143, 266
Spettisbury bridge (Oawford bridge), 137
Spettisbury Rings (Crawford Castle), 66-67,

56. 61
Spread Eagle, The (Basingstoke), 219
Squires, (ieorgo, Lucy and Mary, 204-222
Stanheld, John and Thomas, 279-283
Start Point, 45, 232, 259
Stitple. 29. 133
Stevens. Alfred. 300-301
Stinsford, 299-300
Stoborough, 78, 166
Stoborough Heath, 15
Stoke Abbot, 288-289, 274
Stonebarrow Hill, 32. 234
Stour. River, 27, 152, 168, 312-314
Stour Provo.st, 279
Stourpaine, 310

Sfrangways, family of, 178, 318
Strangsways, (Jiles, 178
Strangways, John, 178
Strode, 283-286. 95
Strong, James, 164
Studland, 139
Studland Heath, 139
Sturminster Newton, 312, 313, 279, 307
Sutton Poyntz. 267
Swafficld, Matthew, 163
Swanage, 20-21, 75, 96, 229, 231
Swannery (Abbotsbury), 261-263


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