A Treatise and Discovrse of the Lawes of the Forrest: Wherin is Declared Not Onely Those Lawes, as They are Now in Force, But Also the Originall and Beginning of Forrestes. And what a Forrest is in His Owne Proper Nature, and Wherein the Same Doth Differ from a Chase, a Park, Or a Warren, with All Such Thinges as are Incident Or Belonging Thereunto, with Their Seuerall Proper Tearmes of Art: as More at Large Doth Appeare in the Table in the Beginning of this Booke. Also a Treatise on the Purallee, Declaring what Purallee Is, how the Same First Began, what a Purallee Man May Doe, how He May Hunt and Vse His Owne Purallee, how Far He May Pursue and Follow After His Chase, Together with the Lymits and Boundes, Aswell of the Forrest, as the Puralley
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