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    James I: Volume 49, November, 1609, 01 November 1609-30 November 1609

    of six ships named. [ Docquet . ] Nov. 8. Grant to Lord Harrington of the timber growing in Launde Park, Westwood, and Loddington, co. Leicester, in consideration of 1,700£. by him paid. [ Docquet . ] Nov. 8. License British History Online

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    seen to go bade for Belton vary much beaten, but hounds, sticking to their fine, ran very fast through Launde Park, skirting the Hall, and out for Loddington and crossing the railway. Here he was holloa 'd by navvies, Just Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Wardley Wood oa fairly good terms with their fox, they ran for Stoke village, swinging to the right through Launde Park * but when near Horninghold the fox turned back to Allexton Wood by the Quaker's Spinney, pointing for Loddington. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of the Cottesmore domain, they pierced Lodding- ton Reditch, drove out tlieir prey, and traced him on to the Launde Park Woods. Here pug was temporarily non est, but Isaac made a lucky caet, and striking tiis line at the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Ascending again the valley over the upper Lias, an outlier of Oolite was next examined in a quarry near Launde Park wood, and proceeding thence to Loddrngton the only fault in this district was crossed, wbich brings up the middle Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    I ttraight. well-grown, and suitable for Bobbin and Crate I ttitnufactarers. I The Ranges are now 'vine lotted in Launde Park I Vo vi, and may be seen on application to Jobn Eaton, I s-oodii.an, Launde Abbey, near Leicester. H Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    his mask for Owston Wood. Here he could not stay, and hounds pushed him hard over the hills from Launde Park into the valley beyond, where Mr. Fernie's country was entered. At length, after the run had lasted nearly three Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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