In old English deeds. A stock or store of cattle, and other things; the whole stock upon a farm, including cattle, wagons, plows, and all other Implements of husbandry. 1 Mon. Angl. 5486; Fleta, lib. 2, c. 72, { 7. Terra instawata, land ready stocked.

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