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    the annual financial statement. Daring the present year salmon passes had been Inserted at the weirs at Diglis, ll, and Lincombe, in accordance with the requirements of the inspectors of fisheries, who had expressed their satisfaction with the pass aheady Subscribers-only content

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    anamed Alfred Goode, Jacob Wainwright, and Isaae Wain- wright, with stealing pears on the 10bh September inst. Mr. Lingen, of Lincombe, saw the lads throwing at the trees, and one of them had some pears in a basket, which he Subscribers-only content

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    erected across the Severn, at Tewkesbury, '£2. ; ditto, if used only above Lincombe weir, £1. for each coracle net used below Lincombe, £2., and above Lincombe weir, £1., for each stop or StoppiDg net, £3. ; for each lave Subscribers-only content

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    given. Since the weather had become warmer the take of fish had improved, and it had been particularly good at Lincombe. The Chairman said it was a question for consideration whether fish after they had escaped the dangers of the Subscribers-only content

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    perpetual as they proposedl. The alterations in the fish passes in the Severn Navigation weirs at DiSlis, Devers, Holt, and Lincombe have been carried out during the summer. So far no opportunity haes arisen for testing the effect of s00c1 Subscribers-only content

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    Index, L, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    231 (pp. 123, 129-30) : g. 449 (75). -, sheriff of, II. g. 449 (79). See Sandon, Sir Wm. (1543-4). Lincombe (Lynkcombe), Devon, II. g. 107 (20). Lindores (Lendoris, Landorse, Lundors), in Scotland, letters dated at, II. 397-8. -, abbey,

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