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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 534, May 1633, 01 May 1633-31 May 1633

    their Mayor. Latin . [ Slip of Parchment . ] May 11. 32. Bond by Sir John Wake, of Salcey Forest, co. Northampton, to William Ireland, junr., of Sutton Bassett in the same county, for 60 l .; with note Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Books, April 1708, 1-10, 01 April 1708-10 April 1708

    for a quarter as Keeper of the Records in the Tower. 40 l. to Mr. Montague as Warden of Salcey Forest. Disposition Book XIX , p. 131. April 2. William Lowndes to the Board of Ordnance to report on the

    Entry Book, April 1690, 21-25, 01 April 1690-30 April 1690

    and also as to annual felling, as above. In the said presentment he also proposed the like regulation for Salcey Forest ; that 60 l . each may be allowed for repair of the three keepers' lodges and 25 l

    Index, Q, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    522, 711, 872. -, -, Surveyor and Woodward General to, see Hall, J. and for the Queen's woods see Salcey Forest, Whittlewood Forest. -, -, Treasurer and Receiver General to ( see Harvey, J.), issues to, for the Queen, 31,

    Index of Subjects, U, Z

    221, 284, 366, 381; weekly, 86, 93, 409. named : Dean Forest. East Buckholt Forest. Gillingham Forest. New Forest. Salcey Forest. Whittlewood Forest. Windsor Forest. Wool , 73, 94. exportation or transportation of, 269. Acts or laws concerning, 85, 94,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they sat, the committee examined witnesses with regard to the state of the New Forest, the Forest of Dean: Salcey Forest, Northamp. tonshire; the Forests of Holt and Woolmer, Hampshire; Delamere Forest, Cheshire; the Forest of Bere, Hampshire; Chopwell Woods, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about 2,100 Tons of Timber and Flitteyn Bark, situate I i M s, Delamiers Forest, Cheshire; Hazlborough Wood and Salcey Forest, ee a Northamcptonshiire - Dean and High Meadow Forests, Gloiucester- %I shire; Alice Molt 1~orost, Bore, Parklsucrst. and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tl~e pass Northampton road, anid, in spite of plough teomms and a fE what mnot, seek the shelter of Salcey Forest. lochi No one was prepared for this omovo on his part, and and few men indeed wvers able to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,' ORS Sbaturda' at ,iverpolIt Boy'e, widwoftle allns i^Ir;.Jaybety, oie accfed> .. :.: On thE 2,9th of' Septeier,. at Salcey Forest, -th go. O. : 0¶l 'hursday last, at Nen~a'rkupoa lta, Mn. Lautonp . mother of Mr. Lawtn) ~of Clie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11,000 Alice Holt Forest, 1,892 1,892 WoolmerForest, 5,949 1,700 Bere Forest, - 1,417 1,417 Whittlewood Forest, - 5,424 3,895 Salcey Forest, - . 1,847 1,121 Whichwood Forest, 3,709 1,841 Waltham Forest, 3,279 Windsor Forest, . 4,408 4,402 Delamere Forest, - Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Tracts. Nos. 1-4., 1849

    Pavkhurst Forest, Dean Forest , High Meadow Woods, Alice Holt Forest , Woolmcr Forest, Bere Forest, Whiltlewood Forest, - Salcey Forest , Delamere Forest, AVhychwood Forest, Ilainault Forest, Lanercost Priory Woods, - Chopwell Woods, Eltham Woods, New Park , part Subscribers-only content

    Tracts. Nos. 1-4., 1849

    Pavkhurst Forest, Dean Forest , High Meadow Woods, Alice Holt Forest , Woolmcr Forest, Bere Forest, Whiltlewood Forest, - Salcey Forest , Delamere Forest, AVhychwood Forest, Ilainault Forest, Lanercost Priory Woods, - Chopwell Woods, Eltham Woods, New Park , part Subscribers-only content

    List of the governors and subscribers of the Middlesex Hospital: with an abstract of the receipts and expenditure for the year 1834., 1835

    pk. Erskine , Hon. Mrs. T. ditto Essex , E arl of, 9, Belgrave square Euston , Earl of, Salcey Forest , Northamptonshire Evans, Mrs. 26, Bryanstone square Everitt, Thomas, Esq. 27, Howland street * Ewing, James, Esq. 18, Park Subscribers-only content

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