The plain is called the Denes, and extends from the mouth of the river to the town.
Feb. 7th—Disputes had arisen with regard to the rating of houses on the Denes.
A young gentleman had been fined £5 for wrenching off knockers from houses on the Denes.
You see, my dear, it is our misfortune that the Denes is situated here.
To be brief, in spite of these exceptions, all was very still at the Denes.
They were removed in keels from the ships to the hospital on the Denes.
The game had for some months previously been played on the Denes.
Page 241: "denes" changed to "dunes" (neighbourhood of the dunes).
There was great complaint against these Commissioners for not properly lighting the Denes.
The Denes—not sardines—nor rural deans—good places for exercise—plenty of antiquities—old customs—quaint traditions!