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essentially, as Lord Mottistone, Lord Lieutenant of the county, stated in the foreword to Hampshire Ways , ‘the history of England’. What Stevens outlined were minor local variations: ‘Hampshire is the county of all others in which it would have been possible to relate small happenings to the great’. 38 The poet and naturalist writer Edward Thomas could be added to those who saw rural Hampshire as quintessentially ‘English’ without separating it out from others. Thus Thomas, although deeply influenced and supported by Hudson, commented in The South Country (1909), which

in Anglo-Jewry since 1066