The word 'park' is used in a variety of senses in the context of this title. Originally it referred to a deer park, an area of land over which rights of hunting were granted by the Crown as a franchise to a subject1. Subsequently it referred to an area of land often adjacent to a mansion house used for recreation and sometimes as a home farm2. The term park was extended to the royal parks
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