Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 7 of 7 on Brackmore, from Stoke Wake to Melcombe Park and the Grange Wood westward, the number....  
" Brackmore, from Stoke Wake to Melcombe Park and the Grange Wood westward, the number being merely a question of preservation or non-preservation. "
A Descriptive List of the Deer-parks and Paddocks of England - Page 7
by Joseph Whitaker (F.Z.S.) - 1892 - 204 pages
Full view - About this book

The Popular Science Review

1881
...JC Mansell Pleydcll informed the writer, that in 1879 he estimated there were no less than 120 head in the Milton, Whatcombe, and Houghton Woods, which fringe the southern side of the Vale of Blackmore, from Stoke Wake to Melcombe Park and the Orange Wood westward, the number being merely a...
Full view - About this book

Transactions of the Essex Field Club, Volumes 1-2

Essex Field Club - 1881
...Pleydell, estimated last year (1879),* that there were no less than 120 head in the Milton, Whateoinbe, and Houghton Woods, which fringe the southern side of the Vale of Blackmore, from Stoke Wake to Melcombe Park and the Grange Wood westward, the 'number being merely...
Full view - About this book

Essex Naturalist: Being the Journal of the Essex Field Club, Volumes 1-2

Natural history - 1887
...within the limits of their inclosure. In Dorsetshire they are perfectly wild, and roam freely through the Milton, Whatcombe, and Houghton woods, which fringe the southern side of the vale of Blackmoor, where at the present time it is estimated there may be scattered about perhaps one hundred and fifty...
Full view - About this book

The Encyclopaedia of Sport, Volume 2

Henry Charles Howard Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, Hedley Peek, Frederick George Aflalo - Fishing - 1898
...roedeer country in Dorsetshire, that there were probably about 120 head, so far as could be ascertained, in the Milton, Whatcombe, and Houghton woods, which fringe the southern side of the Vale of Brackmore, from Stoke Wake to Melcombe Park and the Grange Wood westward, the number being merely a...
Full view - About this book

Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History

Edward Newman, James Edmund Harting, William Lucas Distant - Zoology - 1889
...country. In 1879 Mr. Mansel-Pleydell estimated that there were about 120 head, and in 1884 about 150 head, in the Milton, Whatcombe, and Houghton Woods, which...Blackmoor, from Stoke Wake to Melcombe Park, and the Grange Wood westward, the number being merely a question of preservation or non-preservation by adjoining...
Full view - About this book

The Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History

Zoology - 1879
...worked up, but in the Pacific I trust we shall have scope for much useful work." hundred and twenty bead in the Milton, Whatcombe and Houghton Woods, which fringe the southern side of the Vale of Blackmore from Stoke- Wake to Melcombe Park and the Grange Woods westward the number being merely...
Full view - About this book

Proceedings

Zoological Society of London - Zoology - 1884
...Hambro", of Milton Abbey, in whose woods they were captured. The number of Roedeer at present roaming in the Milton, Whatcombe, and Houghton Woods, which fringe the southern side of the Vale of Blackmore, from Stoke Wake to Melcombe Park and the Grange Wood westward, is estimated to be about...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF