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Terrier of lands at Cambridge called Greathowfield, Middlefield, Littlefield, and Carmfield, with a description at the end of the various boundaries and a note of a meadow called Lord Mortimer's Meadow, bulk: 17th century

MS. Rawl. C. 794

  • Request

The terrier appears to be a copy of one made in the 16th century, before the Dissolution of Monasteries; it is very full and particular, but some portion is wanting at the beginning, as well as one leaf before fol. 65 and half of fol. 66.

On the reverse pages of fols. 1–23 are written copies of letters from Hart Browning of Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire, to his brothers and sisters, and others, in 1660–1661.

On fol. 35b the writer mentions that Dr. Bosse and Dr. Blyth have borrowed some of his sermons.


  • Creation: Majority of material found within 17th century


77 Leaves

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Rawl. C. 794


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