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hided. Here are 40 ploughlands; 9 of which, with 22 ſervants, and 10 coliberts, are in demeſne. Thirty-four villagers and 32 cottagers occupy 18 ploughlands. Here are 9 mills of the value of 100 ſhillings and 30 pence. Sixty-ſix burgeſſes pay 50 ſhillings. The meadow is a mile and a half long, and 3 quarters of a mile broad. The paſture is 2 miles and a quarter long, and a mile and a half broad. This manor provides one night's entertainment for the King, with all it's uſual cuſtoms. It is worth 100 pounds by tale.

8. The King holds Contone. The Earl Harold held it, and it was aſſeſſed at 10 hides. Here are 10 ploughlands; 2 of which, with 2 ſervants, are in demeſne. And 28 villagers and 2 borderers occupy the other 8 ploughlands. Here is a mill of the value of 12 ſhillings and ſixpence, and 20 acres of meadow, and 8 acres of paſture, and 15 acres of wood. This manor is let for 12 pounds by weight.

9. The