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For purchasing and improving the fenny lands in Lincolnshire.
Now called Fenny Drayton; a little hamlet about five miles from Nuneaton, in a flat, though beautiful farming country.
GEORGE FOXGEORGE FOX
Stamford, and the tongue of Lincoln's fenny shire, upon which it is situated, were passed almost in a breath.
ROOKWOODWILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH
Finsbury was so called from the fenny district in which it lay.
I made similar inquiries at Fenny Stratford, and again at Dunstable, still without result.
THE MOTOR PIRATEGEORGE SIDNEY PATERNOSTER
So far it has escaped detection in its fenny home, but it has been reared from eggs laid by a captured female.
The tapir of Guatemala rolled by his fenny pool, and the peccary herded hard by.
THE INFIDEL, VOL. II.ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD
Reeds make a strong thatch, but are not easily to be procured, except in fenny districts.
RUSTIC CARPENTRYPAUL N. HASLUCK
Fenchurch-street, from a fenny or moorish ground by a river side.
I am very bad with the ague, as people must be in the habit of saying in these fenny districts.

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