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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1638, 01 January 1638-31 December 1638

    showed a serious decline in the number of deer, there being only 1432 in the five walks, and 90 at Chetterwood. There are two reasons for this: (1) contrary to orders there has been little walking by keepers of "Okeleywood

    Cecil Papers, 1614, 01 January 1614-31 December 1614

    to Robert Swayne. 1614 15, January 20. Encloses the confession of one of the poachers who has been hunting in Chetterwood. "My Lord hath pardoned John Schovell and Charles Schovell the elder at the suit of Buishope Thorneborough upon condition

    Index, L

    of Salisbury's case for compensation, 424. Lithuania , 92. Little Down (Lytle downe) Coppice, Chetterwood, co. Dorset, in Nathaniel Napper's possession, 140. Little Hill Coppice , Chetterwood, co. Dorset, 140. Littleton (Littelton), High, co. Somerset, letter dated from, 393. Little

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    Monkton-up-Wimborne. Uvedale , Sir Edmund, of Moore Critchell, co. Dorset, owns coppices in Wiltshire, 41. names of his coppices in Chetterwood, 140. Uvedale , Sir William, Treasurer of the Chamber, 187. Uxbridge , co. Middlesex, payments towards garrison of, 379.

    Cecil Papers, 1617, 01 January 1617-31 December 1617

    himself up in the public cause of Cranborne Chase for the whole country, with special intent to produce evidence that Chetterwood is a walk. "Therefore it is fit for your Lordship to desire his Ma tie to take some present

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hunted by blmni. this day, Pedland Corner; Thursd-sy, Rehaurptos-at halfipast ID. East Dorset -'laster. Lord P'ortman; Huntsinnn, John Duncombe), Tuesday. Chetterwood; Friday. The Plough Inn, Maneton-at balf- Ewcr(MaterSir J. rlsveiht HetnnanChalesBarwick). thin slay Shoks itiii Theidoy Plebey ount hatrday Stebbing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this day, at die French Horn, Baverstock- at ten. Mr. Farquharson's Hounds meet this day, at Uddens ; to-morrow, at Chetterwood. The Shropshire Fox-Hounds meet this lav, at Ures- sage Village; Wedneidav, at Fox, Albrighton ; Friday at Ercall Mill; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Hunt's Green - at half- past ten. Mr. Faiquharson's Hounds meet on Thursday, at Ash Oaks ; Friday, at Chetterwood. Mr. Portman's Hounds meet to-morrow at Milton Abbey; Saturday, at Milton Park. The N. F. Hounds meet on Thursday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wednesday, at Stallridge Park ; , Saturday, at Butleigh Wootton - at half-past ten. .Mr. Farquharson's hounds on Tuesday, at Chetterwood ; Wednesday,|at Ashley Wood ; Thursday. at Duncliti'e. Colonel H. Wyndham 's hounds on Wednesday, at His comb Turnpike Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    village ; Saturday, at Waudaford Bridge (the last day thi* season) - at eleven. Mr. Farquharson's hounds on Monday, at Chetterwood ; Tuesday, at Duncliffe. Sir R. Sutton's hounds on Monday, at the Green Man ; Wednesday, at I^ngworth Bridge Subscribers-only content

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