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  • Spatial Coverage is exactly "Warminster, Wiltshire, England"

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Warminster. Is a place of great antiquity, and at the Norman Conquest belonged to the Crown, the tenant holding it on the condition that one night's lodging be supplied to the King and his suite, whenever he wished. Charles II visited Longleat in…

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Warminster. Is a place of great antiquity, and at the Norman Conquest belonged to the Crown, the tenant holding it on the condition that one night's lodging be supplied to the King and his suite, whenever he wished. Charles II visited Longleat in…