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The Herefordshire Beacon, or British Camp I 1,096 feet high. Four miles from Ledbury. Some I very magnificent views may be obtained from the summit of this eminence. Beyond the Beacon are the Midsummer and Hollybush Hills, whose sum- mits are also crowned by another ancient fortress and camp. The Camp forms one of the most inter- esting and attractive objects in the district. The summit of the hill is crowned by one of the most ancient hill fortresses or camps in the kingdom. The trenches vary from six to twelve feet deep, and in some places 30 feet wide, and are capable of con- taining an army of 20,000 men. The citadel is tainidg 5; ya?ds in diameter, and consists of a thick stone wall, covered with moss, earth and turf, and defended by a deep ditch. This almost impreg- nable fortress is 1,100 yards in length, and 2,970 in circumference, and covers an area of 44 acres. In addition to its historic interest a magnificent panor- amic view is obtained from its crest.

.PROFITABLE POULTRY CULTURE.

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IACROSS THE TABLE. I

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SOOTH WORCESTERSHIRE. [

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1,Ledbury Corn Market. I