Wakefield Lodge in Whittlewood Forest from a late 18th-century engraving

 

Northamptonshire Past and Present

 

Issue No 56 (2003)

 

The cover shows Wakefield Lodge in Whittlewood Forest from a late 18th-century engraving.

 

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Contents

  • Notes and News
  • King's Sutton: An Early Anglo-Saxon Estate?
  • The Extent of Whittlewood Forest and the Impact of Disafforestation in the Later Middle Ages
  • Catesby: an interdisciplinary study, part II
  • A Plan devised in Northampton 250 years ago is still being put into Practice
  • Enclosure at Roade, Warmington and Whittlebury
  • Setting the Record Straight: Caroline Chisholm née Jones 1808-1877, the Early Years – Northampton
  • Book Reviews:
    • Richard Creed's Journal of the Grand Tour 1699-1700 to Rome with the 5th Earl of Exeter
    • Catalogue of Plans of Proposed Canals, Turnpike Road, Railways and other Public Works Deposited with the Clerks of the Peace for Northamptonshire, the County Borough of Northampton and the Soke of Peterborough, 1792-1960, in the Northamptonshire Record Office
    • Studious to Please, a Profile of Jane West, an eighteenth-century Author
    • A Particle of Clay, the Biography of Alec Skempton, Civil Engineer
    • The Great Works at Weedon 1804 to 1816: Captain Pilkington's Project
    • A History of the County of Northampton, Volume V
    • The Medieval Stained Glass of Northamptonshire
  • Obituary Notices:
    • Dr David Sargant
    • Dr D.L. Bates

 

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