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TitleWilliam Castleman's estate correspondence and papers relating to the Dorset and Somerset estate.
DescriptionWilliam Castleman's estate correspondence and papers relating to the Dorset and Somerset estate including rioting in Sixpenny Handley due to the sale of timber on the manor waste and the prosecution of Adams for shrouding one of the trees [Adams was imprisoned for 6 months in Dorchester prison, though Castleman recommended that Lord Anglesey consent to his liberty after a month because Adams showed great penitence and had a wife and four small children]; the building of a new glove factory in Milborne Port by Mr Ensor; Henry Feaver ending his opposition to Lord Anglesey in Milborne Port; a membership list and political influence of the Anglesey Cricket Club; and the Yeovil Turnpike Trust
Date1827
Extent74 docs
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