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Magna Britannia: Volume 3, Cornwall
practice, and made their deere leap over the pale to give the bullocks place. ... General history Deer-parks Deer-Parks. Among the most ancient deer-parks in the...
Staffordshire Historical Collections, Vol. 5 Part 1
impression of a deer leap, and one which I shared, was that it was a belt ... been known as deer leaps at Wolseley, and the grant which legalized them styles ... on the King's...
A History of the County of Essex: Volume 6
only on condition that he left open the customary deer leaps. 54 At Monkhams, ... of the forest to farmers in the area was the immunity enjoyed by deer. Sir Bernard ... years because of the...
William and Mary, 1692: An Act for the more easie discoverie and conviction of such as shall destroy the Game of this Kingdome. [Chapter XXIII. Rot. Parl. pt. 5. nu. 5.]
Statutes of the Realm: Volume 6, 1685-94
of Deer Stealers made in the Third and Fourth yeares of Their present Majesties Reigne is provided in case of Venison or Skin of any Deer or Toyles) ... and mean persons have and keep Nets Angles Leaps...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 9, 1254-1256
beasts, 2623. -, deer leaps [ saltatoria] in, 325. -, to be closed, 363. -, ... keeper of. See Everle. -, -, deer to be taken in, 2, 123, 233, 236, 242, ... in Inglewood forest, deer...
A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 4
by his successor Jocelin (120644) to increase it by 7 acres of pasture, deer leaps ... 122731, p. 23; Cal. Chart. R. 122657, p. 44. A deer leap (or saltatorium) was so constructed...
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northamptonshire, Volume 1, Archaeological Sites in North-East Northamptonshire
of Huntingdon, was given permission to make deer leaps in the parish; twice ... formed the basis of a large medieval deer park (36). The parish is notable ... 49 Fotheringhay (34) Castle and (36...
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northamptonshire, Volume 2, Archaeological Sites in Central Northamptonshire
he was specifically not allowed to make a deer-leap in it. In 1450 Henry Greene obtained ... and Later a(4) Deer Park (centred SP 935814; Fig. 52), in the N.E. part ... Underwood (4) Deer park...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward I: Volume 4, 1296-1302
up a deer-leap ( saltatorium) descending from the bishop's park of Terven ... have the deer-leap again upon the voidance of the bishopric in such manner