from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A fold or park for deer.
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A witenagemot, or supreme council, was held here by King Ethelred in the year 866, and Alfred the Great pursued his literary work here by translating the _Consolations of Boethius_, and in the grounds he had a deer-fold.
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