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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cranborne Chase

    Cranborne ChaseCRANBORNE CHASE Although Cranborne Chase was not a forest it appears to have acquired by prescription some of the incidents of a forest, 1 and so merits treatment here. As delimited by the inner bounds, the chase lay

    Parishes Berwick St John

    196. Hatfield MSS., Cranborne Chase papers, supplt. 3, p. 71. P.R.O., C 1/ 1476 , no. 36. Ibid. CP 25(2)/509/6 Chas. I Mich. ; W.N. & Q . viii. 65; W. R.O. 691/3. Hatfield MSS., Cranborne Chase papers, supplt. 3,

    Chalke hundred

    woodland remained in the late 20th. The woods were part of a broad band of woodland which lay within Cranborne Chase and extended southwards into Dorset . The outer bounds of the chase took in much of the hundred. From

    Introduction

    ridge occupied by the former royal forest of Selwood, and the gap between it and the high ground of Cranborne Chase (Dors.) to the south provided a natural route westwards. The Iron Age and Roman fortress of South Cadbury ,

    Parishes Ebbesborne Wake

    led east as a metalled road to join the road from Bower Chalke to Sixpenny Handley . Lords of Cranborne Chase claimed rights in Ebbesborne Wake as a parish within the chase's outer bounds. 18 Those rights were apparently contested

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D'Otranto," by the Rev. H. F. Tozer; " Brnksome Tower," by James B. S. Storrey; " The Excavation at Cranborne Chase ; " The Drake Family," by J. Waylen; and "The Marino Faliero of History," by T. Carew Martin. Am=on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MA.?TAN3h SEVIWS. The wonderfully realistic picture of domestic and nation31 life during a prolonged period of crisis given I in " The Verney Memoirs;" is made admirable use of in "The London Quartry JourDaL' This 'Verneys of the perioc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so,,; ant of the plate. Sin fralangs. straight. 7 0-Mr Vnee 7tsiaswattee. by Aperse 1eilnit i.Dlo 7102 M-Nr torugs's Cranborne Chase, 0 vrca...... ... Robinson 2 7 5Mr T. R. Deware Joe Pluck, 3yrs .R. ...... . Jones 3 9 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eminently readable. Mr. Norris writes the one and Mr. Baring Gould the other. Among the papers that on " Cranborne Chase" is perhaps the most interesting. It shows us what was really meant by a "chase" in the old days. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Andrews 812 LIer. Cresswell's Pretty :France Powney 8 12 Mr. E. Casel's Decry Jennings, 'en. 8 12 Lord eladogan's Cranborne Chase J. Wvaugh 812 Mr. Leonard Cohen'e La' Nonne Private 8 9 Mr. J. Bibby's Byantium - F. Bates a Subscribers-only content

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