Further notes on the deafforestation of Wirral. by Ronald Stewart-Brown

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Repr. from the Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire Vol. 89 (1937).

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THE Charter and Petition, now for the first time printed, seem to show that the reasons hitherto given for the disafforestation of Wirral are not correct; and it is fairly clear from the various accounts given of the disafforestation, that neither of these documents had been consulted by the writers of Wirral history.

26 Further Notes on the Deafforestation of Wirral. LETTERS PATENT DATED 12 NOVEMBKR,BY EDWARD III. (Original, Kylands Charter No. with duplicate \o. i ^8. Knrolled on Patent Knll 50 Uclw. Ill, pt. 2, HI. ) Edwardus dei gratia Hex Anglic et Erancie et Dominus Ilibernie.

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Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded Pages: The tropical rainforests capture most attention but 60 per cent of the deforestation that occurred in tropical forests during was in moist deciduous and dry forests.

However extensive tropical deforestation is a relatively modern event that gained momentum in the 20thcentury and particularly in the last half of the Size: KB. The Domesday Book records heads of household in the Wirral – with a multiplier of five to include family and dependants, this gives a population of approximately 2, Nearly 90 per cent of the population of the Wirral were peasants.

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