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Coppices of slender columns of thistled globes sprang up to meet the festooned joists.
There is beyond this, ffine woods and a delicate Parke above the house – pailed in; yt is stored with deare both red and ffallow and affords 12 brace in a season, there are also fine Coppices.
These Coppices there are many of them wch is a good shelter for ye Cattle.
Above the town is a very fine down Called Porchester down very pleasant for Sports Hawking and hunting; 6 mile over this down is Southwicke, Coll: Nortons a good old house Capable of being Made ffine, Large Garden room – Woods and Grounds Lying well about it and a good Warren, Coppices and ye Stately Gt Timber trees as may be seen.
Coppices which ran from a point near the church right across the parish, dividing the archdeacon’s land from the Ullathorne estate, and these coppices, or belts of woodland, belonged to the archdeacon.