Whereas the game within the manor of Pinkhurst, and in several parts of the parishes of Itchingfield, Slinfold, Billingshurst, and Rudgwick, in the county of Sussex, has of late years, and up to the present time, been greatly destroyed by poachers, unqualified, and unlicenced persons ...
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- Broadside.Text continues: "We whose names are subscribed, being determined to use our utmost endeavors to preserve the game in future, do hereby pledge ourselves to each other, that we will spare no pains nor expence, to discover and prosecute the destroyers ... [and] hereby offer a reward of five guineas to any one who will give information of such person or persons ... as witness our hands this 19th day of August, 1797. Thos. Chas. Medwin, steward of the manor of Pinkhurst; Edward Carlton, Lutwick and Dan.; John Croucher, Hayes; Phillip Holland, Holmbush; John Churchman, Maybank, Waterland & Berry-house; John Napper, Malham; Thomas Ireland, Garlands; Edward Napper, Hyes; Thomas Knight, Hollands; John Stanford, Theal."
- Subject Terms:
- Hunting -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.Poaching -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.Slinfold (England) -- History.West Sussex (England) -- History.
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Whereas the game within the manor of Pinkhurst, and in several parts of the parishes of Itchingfield, Slinfold, Billingshurst, and Rudgwick, in the county of Sussex, has of late years, and up to the present time, been greatly destroyed by poachers, unqualified, and unlicenced persons .., 
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