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King William notifies Archbishop Lanfranc, Bishop Odo of Bayeux and all his faithful men of England that he wishes that the abbey of Westminster should have it hunting-rights in the wood which belongs to Battersea, the tithe of two hundred horses near to the church, land at Chollington in Eastbourne, Sussex, which is held by Boscelin de Dives, the house held by the same Boscelin, the house which Osbern the chamberlain held in London, Wick-by-Pershore as it was given by King Edward and as the abbey was seised, and the tithes which belong to King William in Droitwich.

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