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  Encyclopedia: Exeter House
Exeter House, the mansion house which communicates with the Full Street, from its connection with the history of this county, in the year 1715.
At that time it belonged to the Earl of Exeter, and Prince Charles Edward, commonly designated "the Young Pretender," took up his abode there, and held his Council of War in a fine old oak wainscoted room (now used as a drawing—room) before he determined to abandon his project.
This house was subsequently occupied by an ancestor of the late celebrated William Strutt, esq., and by other families, and is now the residence of William Eaton Mousley, esq., to whom it belongs.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Exeter-House   (309 words)

 Exeter, New Hampshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Exeter is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
Exeter was one of four original townships in New Hampshire.
It was built by Edward Mayer, Exeter judge and resident, in imitation of his uncle, Louis B. Mayer, who operated six movie/vaudeville theatres in Haverhill, Massachusetts, before becoming the mogul of Hollywood legend.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Exeter,_New_Hampshire   (794 words)

 The history of Exeter, New Hampshire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Exeter’s first immigrants came in 1638 from England via Massachusetts with Reverend John Wheelwright, eventually displacing the Native American Indians of the area—Squamscott Indians, a sub-tribe of the southern New Hampshire Penacooks and an Alogonquian people.
Exeter was settled in 1638 as one of the first four townships of New Hampshire.
Exeter was also unusual in building a special town and court house for public meetings; most New Hampshire towns conducted civic affairs in taverns and in the same meetinghouses they used for religious services.
www.independencemuseum.org /aim_exeter.htm   (614 words)

 Murphy & Murphy Real Estate - Why Exeter, NH?
Exeter's combination of industry, commerce, farming, and learning gave the community a personality that was unique in the region.
Although Baptists in Exeter managed to build their own meetinghouse as early as 1805, growth of other churches was slowed by laws that taxed residents of each New Hampshire town to support the minister of the "Orthodox" church of that community.
In Exeter the First and Second Parish churches were the tax supported churches until passage of the "Toleration Act" in 1819 freed citizens to support the church of their choice.
www.realestatenh.com /exeter   (2053 words)

 Covent Garden History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Exeter Street was built in stages over the years; the first stretch leading off Catherine Street was laid out in 1673 by Lord Burghley who had connections with the area.
Also known at times as Burghley House and Cecil House, it was built for Sir Thomas Palmer during the reign of Edward VI and later passed from Elizabeth I to William Cecil, Lord Burghley, and on to his son Thomas.
The house appears to be the resort of women of the lowest description whose screams throughout the greater part of the night keep the neighbourhood in a constant state of annoyance.
www.coventgarden.uk.com /exeter.html   (712 words)

 Interesting and Beautiful Scenes Along Line Of Exeter, Hampton and Amesbury Street Railway -- Chapter 4   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Exeter is justly proud of this memorial building with its free reading-rooms open to the public every day except Sundays, and of the large library in it.
It is known as the Clifford house, and was erected by Chancellor John Gilman, who was living in it in 1676.
It is known as the Cass house, and was the birthplace of Gen. Lewis Cass of early Western fame.
www.hampton.lib.nh.us /HAMPTON/history/ehascene/eha4.htm   (999 words)

 Interesting and Beautiful Scenes Along Line Of Exeter, Hampton and Amesbury Street Railway -- Chapter 3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
She had sent men to build a house at Hampton as early as 1636 so as to establish a legal title to the marshes there.
Being thus surrounded, and perhaps divided in sentiment, in 1643, Exeter acknowledged the jurisdiction of the Bay colony.
During the troubles of the colony with their royal governor, Exeter was the principal centre of opposition.
www.hampton.lib.nh.us /hampton/history/ehascene/eha3.htm   (1080 words)

 ABCBookWorld   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The chief Emmissary was Martin Exeter the seventh Marquess of Exeter.
Exeter, who once owned much of 100 Mile House, is the subject of a new biography, One Heart, One Way: The Life and Legacy of Martin Exeter (Foundation House Publications $24.95), written by his philosophical soul-mate and fellow Emissary, Chris Foster.
Exeter eventually married the girl from Monte Carlo in 1934, at a Surrey, England wedding that was covered by the English press.
www.abcbookworld.com /?state=view_author&author_id=2891   (694 words)

 ipedia.com: Anthony Ashley Cooper, 3rd Earl of Shaftesbury Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
He was born at Exeter House in London, the grandson of Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury...
He was born at Exeter House in London, the grandson of Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury and son of the second earl.
The marriage took place in the autumn of 1709, and on February 9, 1710/1, was born at his house at Reigate, in Surrey, his only child and heir, the fourth earl, to whose manuscript accounts we are in great part indebted for the details of his father's life.
www.ipedia.com /anthony_ashley_cooper__3rd_earl_of_shaftesbury.html   (3401 words)

 New Hampshire Forts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The second Dover Meeting House (1654) on Dover Neck (Nutter Hill) was fortified in 1667 and 1683 with a 100-foot square, 8-foot high stockade around the house.
Jeremiah Folsom's Garrison (1719) was a two-story brick house, demolished in 1874.
Exeter was founded in 1638, and included present-day Stratham, Newmarket, Newfields, Epping, and Brentwood.
www.geocities.com /naforts/nh.html   (2319 words)

 GENUKI: Exeter, Devon - Genealogy
The Compton census for the Diocese of Exeter, 1676 9, (1974) pp.14-27, 10 (1975 pp.
[Exeter]: University of Exeter,1984, xiii, 182 pp., [8] pp.
An old Exeter manuscript: a short chronicle of the church of Exeter: Tenths and fifteenths of the Hundreds of Devon, 1384: Writ and proclamation against Lollards of Henry IV: Charter to Exeter, Edward III: Receipts and payments, Chapter of Exeter 1408: and Charter to Exeter, Henry IV, Exeter, James G. Commin (1907) 62 pp.
genuki.cs.ncl.ac.uk /DEV/Exeter   (4362 words)

 Devon Bed and Breakfast: Broadway House
Broadway House is a family run guest house and restaurant with a warm and friendly environment.
The house is set back behind a small garden with a good wrought-iron gate and railings, brick piers and walls, all of the same date.
Broadway House is but 200yds from the local train station (Topsham) which has regular services (approx half hourly) from Exeter St David's and connects direct from there to London Paddington.
www.broadwayhouse.com   (1749 words)

 Country Hotel Exeter, Devon, Combe House
Combe House country hotel, near Exeter is an historic Elizabethan manor with 15 bedrooms, hidden away in 6,500 acres of lush country meadows and woodland, a short drive from the M5/A30.
Set in the countryside, yet just a stone’s throw from the city of Exeter in Devon, this is the perfect country hotel to use as a base for touring Exeter and the rest of England’s beautiful West Country.
Being so close to Exeter, Combe’s Restaurant is fast becoming popular with diners from Exeter who love to escape the city and within 20 minutes be eating out in style at a romantic country hotel.
www.country-hotel-exeter.co.uk   (433 words)

 Historic New England: Defining the Past. Shaping the Future.
From the first English settlements of the 1630s to the Treaty of Paris in 1763, the frontier towns of New England lived with the threat of Indian attack.
The Gilman Garrison House, described in 1719 as "the old logg house," was built as a fortified house, strategically sited to protect the valuable sawmills and waterpower sites owned by John Gilman.
The interior of this unusual building reveals walls constructed of massive sawn logs and a pulley above the main entrance that was used to operate a portcullis, or reinforced door.
www.spnea.org /visit/homes/gilman.htm   (221 words)

 Killerton House and places to stay nearby   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Killerton House is beautiful hillside garden for all seasons, early spring flowering bulbs, magnolias, azaleas, herbaceous borders and great autumn colours.
The Summer Borders to the side and front of the house are a mass of colour in the summer.
Visit the house with its costume collection dating from the 18th century.
www.greatbritishgardens.co.uk /killerton.htm   (143 words)

 Broadway House, 35 High Street, Topsham, Exeter presented by A1 Tourism
Broadway House is a family home and business with a warm and friendly environment.
The house was converted from bedsits to provide high quality bed and breakfast accommodation.
House is on the left beside the red phone box at the second zebra crossing - 2 miles from roundabout.
www.a1tourism.com /uk/broadwa1.html   (831 words)

 HE10991 - House in EXETER, Devon ENGLAND   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Our house is a large, recently built Neo-Georgian/Victorian prestigious townhouse, 5 bedrooms, set in St Leonards village in Exeter.
We are non smokers and have no pets, house proud and have three "near teens" girls (privately educated) and "housetrained".
Exeter is a beautiful city in striking distance of: London, Bristol, Birmingham and also coastal towns of: Torquay (English Riviera) and Plymouth (Sir Francis Drake); it is also the main "gateway" to the South West.
www.home-exchange-holidays.com /ihea/houseinfo.cfm?id=10991   (383 words)

 Exeter - Publications - Old Exeter - Aspects of Exeter - The House That Moved
Exeter - Publications - Old Exeter - Aspects of Exeter - The House That Moved
'Aspects of Exeter' is now recognised as an academic study of the City of Exeter and focuses strongly on Exeter at a time when major redevelopment was taking place - from the 1950's to the 1970's.
'Aspects of Exeter' was received by HRH Prince Charles and exhibited in St. James Palace.
website.lineone.net /~exeter-devon/publications1.html   (254 words)

 The Second Annual Open House in Exeter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
An open house is a public relations tool regularly employed by other municipal departments and used by some public works departments.
Keith Noyes, Director of Public Works in Exeter said, "An open house is an opportunity to educate the public to be aware of the importance of public works to the community and to their everyday lives." An open house also creates a feeling of goodwill between the public and the department.
Keith recommends an open house, because it is good for morale and public relations.
www.t2.unh.edu /fall00/pg1.html   (355 words)

 University of New Hampshire Library - Milne Special Collections and Archives - WPA Historic American Buildings (MC 33) ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
North wall at north west corner, main house, showing that rear wall of main house was clapboarded at one time 65.
Reverse of button found between sills of main house and lean to BOX 14 f.35 NH-36 Pioneer Cabin, Campton.
House occupied by B. Gronz Unidentified corner of a building f.42 Miscellaneous photos, continued.
www.izaak.unh.edu /specoll/mancoll/wpahabs2.htm   (4796 words)

 Hotel Exeter - The Lord Haldon Country House Hotel and Restaurant, Devon
Ideally situated amid rolling Devon Countryside between the historic Cathedral City of Exeter and the coast lies this imposing country house.
All the bedrooms are decorated in an individual style, the majority enjoying picturesque rural views, and there are family rooms and four-poster suites for the romantic at heart.
The hotel offers its guests the peace and quiet of the countryside yet, is only 4 miles from the city of Exeter with its many attractions and places of interest.
www.lordhaldonhotel.co.uk   (170 words)

Once you have checked the property prices in EXETER you can navigate easily to other locations to find the areas with the highest or lowest property prices or largest hosue prices increase.
This results in at least two sets of data: One set has postcodes attached to all properties (meaning that smaller areas can be analysed) but with incomplete data app 80% used for analysis at the town, postcode district and postcode sector levels.
The other set includes those house prices records without postcodes and has been used for the analysis at the local authority, county, national region and all England & Wales levels.
www.proviser.com /regional/towns/exeter   (501 words)

 Exeter News-Letter - Complete News from May 23, 2003
Richard Ingham of Plaistow and Daniel Staves of East Kingston, members of Troop 337, charted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Exeter, were advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout.
Jimmy Howaniec, 4, of Exeter, watches as his old house on John West Road in Exeter goes up in flames on Tuesday during a fire-training exercise.
Leave the house and venture out to dinner or lunch instead of having the shivering delivery guy bring yet another pizza.
www.seacoastonline.com /2003news/exeter/e5_23index.htm   (1818 words)

 About the Company   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Exeter House Books was established in 1982 in a House in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.
Situated in the hills in the eastern suburbs of the city of Reading, Exeter House Books has grown to include regional representatives in the Lehigh Valley (Allentown/Bethlehem) and Allegheny County (Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania; and warehouse facilities on Long Beach Island, New Jersey.
The principal partners of Exeter House Books are David J. Seibold, publisher, and Charles J. Adams III, editor.
members.aol.com /gohaunting/about.html   (239 words)

 MLincoln   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Exeter Friends Meeting house is still in use today near Oley, Pennsylvania in Berks County.
The archives of the Exeter Friends Meeting is housed at the Friends Historical Library at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania.
The Exeter Friends Meeting house in Berks County near Oley is still in use today.
hometown.aol.com /genmillard/MLincoln.htm   (1462 words)

 Historic House - Self catering holiday accommodation - Devon
is an elegant manor house nestling in some of the most beautiful countryside to be found in Devon.
Within the house are two delightful private apartments available for self catering holiday accommodation throughout the year.
Fursdon is only 25 minutes from Exeter and 15 minutes from Tiverton, yet in the peace and quiet of the countryside.
www.fursdon.co.uk   (199 words)

 GOseacoast - A New Hampshire Seacoast region and South Coast of Maine web site.
John Parker Hale House, Dover, NH John Paul Jones House, Portsmouth, NH The Portsmouth Historical Society is a museum of stories and artifacts.
Exeter Powder House, Exeter, NH A restored powder house used in the War of 1812
John Paul Jones House, Portsmouth, NH The Portsmouth Historical Society is a museum of stories and artifacts.
www.goseacoast.com /listing.ihtml?pID=1   (2743 words)

 The Mystery Worshipper: Friends Meeting House, Exeter
The building: A Gothic Quaker meeting house: simple, clear in appearance, but elaborate by Quaker standards (the windows have pointed arches, for instance)...
The neighbourhood: Exeter is the sort of 'capital city' of Devon, with its own small cathedral.
Next door to the meeting house is what looks like a medieval church which has been turned into a social centre.
www.ship-of-fools.com /Mystery/1998/023Mystery.html   (473 words)

 Rowhorne House, Nadderwater, Exeter presented by A1 Tourism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Rowhorne House is a large, Edwardian property, with spectacular views of the Roman City of Exeter and the Exe Estuary and yet it is only ten minutes from the City centre and St David's train station.
Rowhorne House is in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the very heart of the English countryside.
The A.30 is the main road from Exeter to Okehampton.
www.a1tourism.com /uk/rowhorne.html   (367 words)

 Tudor & Early Stuart Exeter: House & Household
Their houses occupied the long narrow burgage plots of the medieval town.
Many of the traditional houses belonged to a distinctive South-West English house type, in which a front block two rooms deep stood on the street front, with a small courtyard behind, and a detached kitchen to its rear, often connected to the front by a gallery.
These houses were all of ‘mixed construction’ of stone and wood.
www.exeter.gov.uk /timetrail/08_tudorstuart/housing.asp   (371 words)

 HE15938 - House in EXETER, Devon ENGLAND   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Dunsford is 7 miles west of Exeter within Dartmoor National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
London is 2 1/2 hours by train from Exeter.
James has many photographs of our house and village already in Sydney and he will call to see you and discuss this if you are interested.
www.home-exchange-holidays.com /ihea/houseinfo.cfm?id=15938   (242 words)

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