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Tneb horticulture.|

Meadow| Hawain| Hailth

13

Wavy

Wavil

1a

13 M |

Land for grazing | Tr the garden of|

with winter wheat |

eureka| | dry land |

2a | up or | down |

M | Chib* |

hay | Mark him | |

coated hill land | A good moor or gley|

3a | eas(y) | due north |

along chalk slopes | too wet for man- |

b eals | good downland |

| No deep ploughing, fair ploughing, good |

| down, to ox and two cows on |

| upland, wheat on sandy |

| meadow, with rows of trees |

4a | yelk w ry| on oak and ewes | Lydll* in meadow. |

| to sheep and cow and with good |

| stone walls round each plot, |

on deep good loam with deep fir | or hare |

| fallows, oats and hay to cattle and |

| fallow to sheep, all |

| fen hay to sheep, on light boggy |

| meadow. |

5a | a ry in | along chalk down | plenty of rain |

| dill and a blue row of |

| wheat. |

| A good ley on chalky ground |

| good clay soil, with |

| plenty of lime. |

6a | over good | Manure muck as well as |

| compost. |

| Roughs well chipped |

| and manured |

| manure enough to manure and |

| man ur one acre of |

| meadow |

7a | on side |

| | | of land. |

| so as to take |

| maximum of |

| sunshine and shade. |

| | |

8a | that of | t eres (and pail* as |

| free turf) and |

| a bit of |

| The share of |

| bristle* not used |

| for the fen. |

| a straight plough (either the |

| longer or the |

| shorter furrow) |

9a | seed soaked for| with root crop. |

| highlanders, as |

| made in W|

| wantinaften a |

| crop, were |

| at times known |

| in Scotland as |

| sod heath, and |

| |

| frequently on the |

| ridge of hills in |

| the sheiling was |

| called slate pasture. |

When | The mark of |

| a “run” of a |

| land is | the wheat |

I. | when the | |

| meadow is | |

| divided | |

| into “runs” | |

| of a certain | |

| size, and the | |

| rights and | |

| privileges of | |

| different tenants | |

| are agreed | |

| on to the | |

| land, it is | |

| known as “the | |

| run” of the | |

| land is “run” | |

| on for each | |

| tenant. The | |

| existing| |

| rights and | |

| privileges | |

| of the present | |

| tenants are | |

| marked on the | |

| parchment | |

| which | |

| regulates the | |

| settlement of | |

| this land. | |

II. | | | |

When | When the |

| lord of the | |

| land is


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