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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of subjects, T

    16). for use of navy in forest of Dean and New Forest, ii. 1281 (1659, May 31): and in Holt Forest, 1410 (1659 60, Feb. 2). (ii) Miscellaneous. Trustees of Irish lands to contract for lopping of trees, i. 1160

    Minute Book, November 1700, 01 November 1700-29 November 1700

    for money due to the Buckhounds is read and dismissed. Mr. Ryley's representation for repair of the paling in Holt Forest is read and ordered. My Lord Portland is to take care to make the necessary reparations in Windsor Forest

    Treasury Minutes, July 1716, 02 July 1716-31 July 1716

    Lowther: without account: as usual. Mrs. How's memorial to the Prince [of Wales ] about riots and destructions in Holt Forest is to be sent to the Attorney General desiring him to consider it with all other the papers and

    Appendix, June 1711, 01 June 1711-30 June 1711

    of Alice Holt and Woolmer Forests and Chases, her petition is read ] relating to trespasses in [Alice ] Holt Forest [particularly encroachments in the said forests by Sir Simeon Steuart. Thereupon my Lords ] ordered prosecution and Mr. Barret

    Minute Book, June 1714, 01 June 1714-30 June 1714

    [ Referred ] to Mr. Howe . Mr. Wilcox ' s memorial [read ] relating to trees felled in Holt Forest. [ Referred ] to the Attorney General . A list [read ] of Irish Roman Catholic Officers who served

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Laing, only daughter of the late'Robert Laing, Esq. of London. On Wrednesday, Charles F. Wise, Esq. of Holt Lodge, Holt Forest, Hants, to Enoona, daughter of Robert Lang, of Poetlasnid plachie. M i rtnAl On the 07th inst. at Somnershans, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Forests.-Oalk Bark.-For Sale, about 2,000 tons of Timlber and Fhitterin Bark, sitesate at Windsor Park asid at BJiushot, Allies Holt Forest, Woolmer Pere, Parkhirst, taid the New Forest, el }hamujpeshire: Dean Forest tend High MeadowWoods, Gloueestershire; : Salcey and Huzleborosigh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. DRUMMOND moved for a copy of the report from the referees appointed by the Treasury on the 31st day of March last, to inquire into the charges of fraud, &c., made against the deputy surveyors of Holt Forest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IM1)ERIAL PARLIAMENT. Mt HOUSE, OF LORDS.-TUESDAY, FEBn. 27. dei The royal assent was given by commissionl to the Army in Service Act Amendment Act. aup t 008kathTI The LoUD) C IOAN CULLOR tookhIIS Betupte woe le a T fv Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from his body. About three weeks since, a large dog passed through Farnham, and took a course through the Holt Forest, where he bit several cows and sheep. He afterwards bit a. Mrs. White, the wife of Lord Stawel's principal Subscribers-only content

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