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Cobbett's HampshireTranscription (84)
I HAVE just time, before I go to bed, to observe that we arrived here [Lyndhurst?], about 4 o'clock, over about 10 or 11 miles of the best road in the world, having a choice too, for the great part of the way, between these smooth roads and green sward. Just as we came out of RUMSEY (or Romsey), and crossed our RIVER TESTE once more, we saw to our left, the sort of park, called Broad-Lands, where poor CHARLES SMITH, who (as mentioned above) was HANGED for shooting at (not killing) one SNELGROVE, an assistant game-keeper of LORD PALMERSTON, ...
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