The Forest of Dean: An Historical and Descriptive Account
Good Press, 26.11.2019 - 1940 Seiten
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APPENDIX No I Papers preserved in the Lansdowne Collection at the British Museum
One of the Dean Forest Claims put in at the Justice Seat held in Gloucester Castle 10 Chas I
Mr Wyrralls Survey of the Forest of Dean Iron Works in 1635
THE ORIGINAL OCCUPIERS OF THE FOREST
Dr Parsons description of the mode of making Iron
Being Minutes c of the Court of Mine
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