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A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 8
of 10 value, might keep greyhounds or use snares or nets to catch wild hares or rabbits. Parts of the Cockersand Abbey lands within Cockerham
A History of the County of Somerset: Volume 6, andersfield, Cannington, and North Petherton Hundreds (Bridgwater and Neighbouring Parishes)
his nets and the principal catch was shrimp; bass, cod, eel, and mullet ... and rabbits, leeks and onions, fisheries, linen, flax, and hemp. By far ... of weirs with basketwork butts or putchers...
A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 2
anyone succeeded in catching them up, but it could only be a short time ... numbers, as many as 80 or 100 being killed in a single shoot; and rabbits ... farmers to preserve hares and rabbits...
A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 5
Sport SPORT Horse-racing Newmarket Heath, for three centuries the headquarters of English flat-racing, 1 owes its position partly to the capacity of its chalk downland to provide extensive courses of elastic turf over smooth and open ground for...
A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 9, Burton-Upon-Trent
as a rabbit warren in the Middle Ages, was evidently common pasture in the early ... John was permitted to fish with traps and nets in mid-stream along part ... of the stretch. John was further allowed to fish...
Parliament Rolls of Medieval England
less than 10 per annum, from possessing the means to catch 'game, hares or rabbits, or other creatures which are the quarry of gentlemen'; in a similar
Middlesex County Records: Volume 2, 1603-25
Nethercott, Francis, 99 Netlam, John, 107 Nets for catching rabbits, 122 ... on the left shoulder with a great Roman, 139 Rabbits, Dead, called sucking rabbits,...
The History and Antiquities of the County of Suffolk: Volume 1
of this class got entangled in the nets of a fisherman, now living, not far ... There are rabbit-warrens in the sand district about Thetford and Brandon, ... of forty thousand rabbits, twenty...
A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 4
of catch pits to intercept filth from the open village drains ... of taking out unwanted fish was by netting, supplemented, in the case of pike, by other devices such as snaring. But on some fisheries ...
The Overseas Trade of London: Exchequer Customs Accounts 1480-1
and certain other com- modities such as bowstaves and rabbit- skins. For certain ... 178, 181, 183–6, 206; 'button lokk', ? door catches, 1; of Nuremberg ... nets (rethis), 305, 455, 508, 561 '...