She had no Relation to manage her Demesnes, and could hardly be said to be possessed of any thing.
Fosters of the fe, i. 175, foresters of the king's demesnes.
There was an appearance of respectability and opulence about all the demesnes.
And when he saw that, he let chase her out of this land, and betook it me, and all this land in my demesnes.
A tallage on royal towns and demesnes, nevertheless, was set without authority of parliament four years afterwards.
There was a wall that, bounding the demesnes of the school, ran for some short distance into the main street.
It was night when Jasper once more reached the moss-grown pales round the demesnes of the old Manor-house.
Most monastic houses had fishing rights attached to their demesnes, or kept their own fish-pond or stew.
He collects in paternal fashion the revenues of his Grand Ducal demesnes, and no power has any right to ask any questions.
As soon as he entered his demesnes, he saw his wife's daughter running across the lawn to greet him.