Dom boc, a tr. of the record called Domesday, with an intr., glossary and indexes by W. Bawdwen, Volum 2

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Pàgina 9 - Stones for nineteen hides. There is land to twenty-four ploughs. Eleven hides belong to the demesne, and there are thirteen ploughs therein. The villanes have eleven ploughs. There are three villanes of half a hide each; and four villanes of one hide; and eight villanes of half a virgate each; and thirty-six bordars of three hides; and one villane of one virgate ; and four bordars of forty acres; and ten bordars of five acres each; and five cottagers of four acres each ; and eight bordars of one...
Pàgina 12 - ... a year. There are six mills of sixty-four shillings ; and one wear (guort) of six shillings and eight pence, and one wear which pays nothing. Pasture for the cattle of the village. Meadow for twenty-four ploughs, and twenty shillings over and above. Pannage for thirty hogs ; and two arpents of vineyard. Four berewicks belong to this manor, and they belonged to it in King Edward's time. Its whole value is thirtyfive pounds ; the same when received ; in King Edward's time forty pounds. This manor...
Pàgina 26 - One hide is in the demesne, and there are now two ploughs there. The Villanes have one plough ; and two ploughs might yet be made. There are two Villanes of two virgates, and four Villanes of half a virgate each ; and three Borders of five acres each, and three Bondmen. Meadow for two Ploughs. Pasture for the cattle of the village. Pannage for sixty hogs : and fifty-two pence.
Pàgina 18 - There is land to seven ploughs. In the demesne are six hides and a half, and there are two ploughs therein, and another may be made. The villanes have one plough and a half ; and two ploughs and a half might be made. A priest has half a hide there ; and there are four villanes of one virgate each; and other two of one virgate; and three cottagers of ten acres; and other three of one acre. Pasture for the cattle of the village. Pannage for eight hundred hogs; and for herbage twelve pence...
Pàgina 11 - Domesday book the word is written llumestede, and under that name occurs the following statement of the property so denominated : — " The •abbot of St. Peter holds Hamestede for four hides. Arable land to three ploughs. Three hides and a half belong to the demesne, and there is one plough therein. The villanes have one plough, and another may be made. There is one villane pf one virgate, and five bordars of one virgate, and one bondman.
Pàgina 9 - There is one villane pf one virgate, and five bordars of one virgate, and one bondman. Pannage for one hundred hogs. In the whole it is worth fifty shillings ; the same when received; in King Edward's time one * Respecting the atmosphere of ihis neighbourhood, the following remark occurs in Mr.
Pàgina 1 - In the time of King Edward, Oxeneford " (Oxford) paid, for toll and gable, and all other " customs, yearly to the King, twenty pounds, and " six sextaries of honey. But to Earl Algar, ten " pounds, his mill being added, which he had " within (infra) the city. " When the king went on an expedition, twenty " burgesses went with him, for all the others; or " they paid twenty pounds to the king that all " might be free. Now, Oxeneford (Oxford) pays <* sixty pounds by tale, of twenty pence in the " ore....
Pàgina 6 - Tveverde, and it is there said that Guéri, a canon of St. Paul's, holds two hides of land. " There is land to one plough and a half. There is a plough in the demesne, and a half may be made. There are two villanes of one virgate, and one bordar of six acres, and three cottagers. Pannage for fifty hogs."* The land was worth twenty shillings in King Edward's reign, and thirty shillings at the time of the Survey.
Pàgina 10 - Peter is situated the abbot of the same place holds thirteen hides and an half. There is land to eleven ploughs. Nine hides and one virgate belong to the demesne. And there are four ploughs therein. The villeins have six ploughs and one plough more may be made.

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