Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle Wednesday, September 29, 1869

Chichester: On Saturday afternoon last, a detachment of the 15th (the Kings) Hussars under the command of Lieutenant Cookson, arrived by the rail from Littlehampton, where they had undergone rifle instruction for seven days. Another detachment of 54 left the same afternoon for Littlehampton, under the command of Lieutenant Beck, for similar instruction.

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19 September 1867: News Article

Brighton Gazette 19 September 1867 THE NEW FORT. – The 4th Rifle Brigade are daily expected to arrive from Canada, and arrangements are making for their being stationed at Chichester, with the exception of about forty, who will come to the fort here. SEA WALL. – The trustees of the Duke of Norfolk are having […]

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Post Office Directory, 1867

Littlehampton – A new military fort, constructed on the latest principles and mounting five 68 pounders has been erected on the west side of the river, the ground beyond has been selected by the authorities for rifle practice, huts for which have been erected.

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