Ruins and Old Trees, Associated with Memorable Events in English History
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Ruins and Old Trees, Associated with Memorable Events in English History

By Mary Roberts
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Table of Contents
  • Ruins and Old Trees.
  • The Oak of Chatsworth, PLANTED BY HER MAJESTY WHEN PRINCESS VICTORIA.
  • CONTENTS.
  • Melksham Court.
  • Bradgate Palace.
  • Glendour’s Oak.
  • The Yew-Trees of Skelldale.
  • Howel Sele’s Oak.
  • Queen Mary’s Tower.
  • The Chesnut of Tortworth.
  • Wallace’s Oak.
  • The Nut Tree or Rosamond’s Grave.
  • Dunmow Priory.
  • The Gospel-Tree.
  • Ruins of Clipstone Palace.
  • Ruined Villages in the New Forest.
  • The Old Trees in Hyde Park.
  • Hatfield Oak.
  • The Beech of the Frith Common.
  • The Salcey Oak
  • Old Trees in Welbeck Park.
  • The Queen’s Oak.
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