REGARD. Has a small signification, when it is used in matters of forest, of which Mr. Manwood speaks, " That the Eyre General Sessions of the forest, or justice-seat, is to be kept every third year, and of necessity, the regarder of the forest must first make his regard or view, which is to be done by the king's writ; and that regarder is to go through the whole forest, and every bailiwick, to see and inquire of the trespasses therein.
Harewood, Harry. A Dictionary of Sports. London: T. Tegg and son, 1835
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