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A Topographical Dictionary of England
Wasdale - Waste-Lands Wasdale, or Nether Wasdale WASDALE, or Nether ... acres, of which 14,000 are common and waste, and the rest arable, pasture, and woodland, in nearly equal portions. Here is the beautiful lake...
Map of Shropshire
Admaston, Allscott, Bratton, Isombridge, Long Lane, Long Waste, Longdon upon Tern, Marsh Green, Rodington, Rushmoor, Sleapford, Sugdon, TF5 0, TF6 5, TF6 6, SY4 4
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 1, 1327-1330
not to intermeddle further with 30 acres of waste of the abbot of Hales Owayn in Hales ... appropriated to them and their house the said waste after the publication of the statute of mortmain without royal licence...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 2, 1330-1333
Pulteneye had the king's year, day and waste thereof, for which he ought
Calendar of Close Rolls, Richard II: Volume 2, 1381-1385
Close Rolls, Richard II February 1382 February 1382 Feb. 21. Westminster. To the treasurer and the barons of the exchequer. Order, if by inquisition or otherwise assured that by reason of destruction and waste caused
Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629
House of Commons Journal Volume 1 09 January 1550 9o Januarii Warrens. 1. The Bill to put down Warrens of Conies in Commons and waste Grounds, made within thirty Years. Disheriting West. 1. The new Bill
Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 8, 1685-1689
Entry Book May 1688 May 1688 May 18. For the note of renewal of the Commission of Inquiry as to waste lands in cos. Chester and Flint, see supra, p. 1644. Warrants not Relating to Money XII, p. 170. May 25. Treasury
Calendar of Close Rolls, Richard II: Volume 5, 1392-1396
and a day, and Roger Pomfreyt and Robert Tannere had the waste thereof,
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 13, 1369-1374
and the waste thereof, and ought to answer to the king for the same.
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the Town of Stamford
Casterton Road Casterton Road (Fig. 206) (152) Clock House, No. 1 (Plate 162), two storeys, coursed rubble walls with flush ashlar quoins, class 10 plan, is in the Tudor style. It was built on manorial waste