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" Hounds did run him very well, near about the Chapel and Hermitage of Eskdaleside, where there was a monk of Whitby, who was... "
The Forests of England and the Management of Them in Bye-gone Times - Page 156
by John Croumbie Brown - 1883 - 263 pages
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A History of Whitby, and Streoneshalh Abbey: With a Statistical ..., Volume 1

George Young - Whitby (England) - 1817 - 953 pages
...Place aforenamed, and there found a great wild Boar, and the Hounds did run him very well, near about the Chapel and Hermitage of Eskdale-Side, where there was a Monk of tVhitby, who was an Hermit. The Boar being sore [wounded, and hotly] pursued, and dead-run, took in...
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The Hermit of Eskdaleside, with Other Poems

I. A. Merryweather - 1833 - 136 pages
...Place aforenamed, and there found a great wild Boar, and the Hounds did run him very well, near about the Chapel and Hermitage of Eskdale-Side, where there was a Monk of Whitby t who was an Hermit. The Boar being sore [•wounded, and hotly] pursued . , and dead-run, took in...
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The Patrician, Volume 5

John Burke, Bernard Burke - Genealogy - 1848
...place aforenamed, and there found a great wild boar, and the hounds did run him very well, near about the chapel and hermitage of Eskdale-Side, where there was a monk of VYhitby, who was an Hermit. The boar being sore wounded, and hotly pursued, and dead run, took in at...
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The Historic Lands of England, Volume 2

Sir Bernard Burke - England - 1849
...place aforenamed, and there found a great wild boar, and the hounds did run him very well, near about the chapel and hermitage of Eskdale-Side, where there was a monk of Whitby, who was an Hermit. The boar being sore wounded, and hotly pursued, and dead run, took in at the chapel door,...
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English forests and forest trees, historical, legendary, and descriptive

Nature - 1853 - 406 pages
...purpose of protecting the goods which were obliged to be exposed on tenters during the night — Halifax having then been a great manufacturing district for...before the hounds could enter, and then returned to his meditations and prayers, the hounds standing at bay without. When the hunters arrived opposite...
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English Forests and Forest Trees, Historical, Legendary, and Descriptive

England - 1853 - 406 pages
...Yorkshire. On Ascension-day (the 16th of October), 1140, William de Bruce, the lord of Uglebarnby, Kalph de Percy, the lord of Snayton; and a gentleman freeholder...before the hounds could enter, and then returned to his meditations and prayers, the hounds standing at bay without. When the hunters arrived opposite...
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English Forests and Forest Trees: Historical, Legendary, and Descriptive

F. L. Marny - Forests and forestry - 1853 - 406 pages
...16th of October), 1140, William de Bruce, the lord of Uglebarnby, Ralph de Percy, the lord of Snaytonf and a gentleman freeholder called Allotson, met to...before the hounds could enter, and then returned to his meditations and prayers, the hounds standing at bay without. When the hunters arrived opposite...
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The Land We Live in: Scotland, Ireland and the Devonshire coast

England - 1856
...place aforenamed, and there found a great wild boar, and the hounds did run him very well near about the chapel and hermitage of Eskdaleside, where there was a monk of Whitby, who was an hermit. The boar being sore wounded and hotly pursued, and dead run, took him in at the chapel door,...
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Old abbeys of England

England - 1862
...great wild boar, and the hounds did run him very well about the chapel and hermitage of Eskedaleside, where there was a monk of Whitby who was a hermit. The boar being sore wounded, and hotly pursued, and dead run, took him in at the chapel door, and there laid him down,...
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Ruined Abbeys and Castles in Great Britain and Ireland ...: 2d Ser.

Abbeys - 1864 - 224 pages
...great wild boar, the hounds ran him well near about the chapel and hermitage of Efkdale-fide, where was a monk of Whitby, who was a hermit. The boar, being forely purfued, and dead-run, took in at the chapel door, there laid him down, and prefently died....
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