from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The office of ranger or keeper of a forest or park.
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- noun engraving The office of the keeper of a forest or park.
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- noun The office of the
keeperof a forestor park.
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The park, too, is well stocked with deer, and its rangership is confided to the duke.
After some of the usual delays of justice, she had the mortification of being beaten, and ultimately resigned the rangership.
She rejected Ralegh's solicitation of the rangership of the New
In a second codicil (dated February 1, 1712) the first codicil is revoked, and the bequest is augmented to 5000l., the rangership, lodge, and household furniture of Bushey Park, and the manor of Apscourt, for her life.
The Earl of Gainsborough was rejected, not only from the lieutenancy of Hampshire, but also from the government of Portsmouth and the rangership of the New Forest, two places for which he had, only a few months before, given five thousand pounds.
"Qu'arrivait-il?" continued Prony; "the rogue who gave the guess answer was soon found cutting down and selling quantities of the trees, and Buonaparte had to take the rangership from him, and reinstate the honest hesitater."
The condition upon which she made this bequest was that neither he nor his heirs should take any place or pension from any government, except the rangership of Windsor Park.
Hill: Princess Emily, who succeeded my brother in the rangership of Richmond Park, has imitated her brother William's unpopularity, and disobliged the whole country, by refusal of tickets and liberties, that had always been allowed.
Anne had bestowed the rangership of Richmond New Park on her relations the Hydes for three lives, one of which was expired.
The grant at the Pall-Mall, the rangership, &c. for want of more certain knowledge, may be called 10,000, _l_.