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2. The King holds Bedvinde. King Edward held it. It was never aſſeſſed nor hided. Here are 79 ploughlands; 12 of which, with 18 ſervants, are in demeſne; and 80 villagers, 60 cottagers, and 14 coliberts, occupy the other 67 ploughlands. Eight mills pay 100 ſhillings. Here are 2 woods, 3 miles long, and a mile and a half broad: 200 acres of meadow; and the paſture is a mile and a half in length, and 3 quarters of a mile in breadth. Twenty-five burgeſſes belong to this manor. This town provides one night's entertainment for the King's houſhold, with all uſual cuſtoms. There was a grove T. R. E. in this manor, 3 quarters of a mile long and 3 fur-
The wood is 1 furlongs in length, and 1 furlong and 24 acres broad. The whole is worth 8 pounds. Alured of Spain holds 5 hides, which Nigellus claims. By the teſtimony of the ſhire this land belonged T. R. E. to the church.