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Edition translated and edited by Lucy Toulmin Smith. G. Bell & Sons Ltd., London (1910).

We are greatly indebted to Simon Holloway for searching out this material.

John Leland began a journey around England, apparently at the behest of the king, Henry VIII, and kept a record of his travels, written in Latin and in translation in Smith (1910) above. The sections used here refers to “hethe cokks” on a hill he calls ‘Caderton’s Cle’, surely the area now known as Catherton Common.


View p.189 Cle Hills

p.190 ref to ‘many hethe cokks’ (Black Grouse)