in 1391-1392 adding exemption from toll, pannage, &c. James I.
furlongs in breadth, the third part (suitable) for pannage.
Large herds of swine in all the great oak woods of Germany depend for their autumn maintenance on acorns; and in the remaining royal forests of England the inhabitants of the neighbouring villages yet claim their ancient right of "pannage," turning their hogs into the woods in October and November.
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