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Abinger is a large, well-wooded and mostly rural civil parish that lies between the settlements of Dorking, Shere and Ewhurst in the district of Mole Valley, Surrey, England. It adjoins Wotton Common on the same side of Leith Hill and includes Abinger Hammer, Sutton Abinger, Abinger Common, Forest Green, Walliswood, Oakwood Hill and some outskirts of Holmbury St Mary.

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Google previewDigest of evidence taken before Her Majesty's commissiones of inquiry into the state of the law and practice in respect to the occupation of land in Ireland (1847)

by Great Britain

— The decision of Extracts from Lord Abinger is a late decision ; but CON-ACRE. 525.

Google previewWorlding Forster (2013)

The Passage from Pastoral by Stuart Christie

Abinger is a country parish, still largely covered with woodland. . . . To your left, as you are sitting, the parish land falls away from you towards the valley of the Tillingbourne, then it rises on to the Downs. The larger and the wider part of the ...

Google previewA history of the county of Surrey (1831)

comprising every object of topographical, geological, or historical interest by Thomas Allen

Abinger. Abinger is a considerable parish, extending nearly nine miles from north to south, and in breadth about one mile.

Google previewThe Athenæum (1889)

A Journal of Literature, Science, the Fine Arts, Music, and the Drama

Altogether Dick Abinger is a more interesting figure than Rob, finer strung, feeling more ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism (2007)

by David Gubbins, Emilio Herrero-Bervera

Later, the geomagnetic work carried out at Greenwich was similarly affected and was transferred to Abinger Observatory, on Leith Hill, London, in 1924. Observations were made there until April 1957 when, once more, disturbances from ...

Google previewA Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire (1880)

ABINGER. Abinoer, Baron (William-Frederick Scarlett), of Abinger, co. Surrey, C.B., major-gen, iu the army, ]ate lieufc.-ool. Scots Guards, b.

Google previewA Popular Law-Dictionary, familiarly explaining the terms and nature of English Law, etc (1838)

by Thomas Edlyne TOMLINS

The following is a condensed report of the action, and of the judgment of Lord Abinger, which decided the fate of two other suits, pending for similar causes of action. Flemyng v. Hector, Esq. M. P. The Westminster Reform Club was established ...

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