Foulsham and Themelthorpe inclosure award, dated 23rd June, 1813. Notice with extracts from award.

[Norfolk?] Parson, Printer, [1813].

Folio, pp. [12]; first page with details completed in manuscript and signed several times by Robert Dey, p. [3] signed at foot by Dan. Jones, J. Dugmore and Wm Unthank; stab-stitched in original blue/grey wrappers, printed label to upper cover; light soiling, vertical and horizontal crease where once folded; very good.


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Scarce printed award, completed in manuscript, granting a piece of land in Foulsham, Norfolk to one Robert Dey, following the 1811 ‘Act for inclosing lands in the parishes of Foulsham and Themelthorpe’. In addition to carrying the shaky signature of the recipient, the award is signed by the three commissioners appointed by the Act: Daniel Jones, John Dugmore, and William Unthank. The text names numerous landowners in the parish, and provides information on its public and private roads and footpaths, the public drain, rights of passage, and fences and ditches.

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