in the Manors of Noely and Ilson

WHEREAS the Game for several Years past, has been destroyed in the Manors of Noely and Ilson. For the better preservation thereof, for the Time to come, I promise the Reward of One Guinea more than is allowed by Act of Parliament, to every person who will give information either to be or my Game keeper, Miles Sawyer, of Nosely aforesaid, against any one whatsoever, not qualified, that shall be destroying the Game in either of the aforesaid Liberties, on Conviction of them. Given under my hand at Leicester, this 16th day of March, 1770.