1) Used of horses suffering from ‘glanders’, that is a contagious disease characterised by swellings beneath the jaw and the discharge of mucous from the nostrils.

In Selby, in 1658, one bay glandered old laime horse was valued at 5s.. Residents of Meltham in 1793 were not allowed to put scabbed or glandered horses upon the commons and in Beverley a tenant was fined in 1811 for putting a glandered horse in Hurn, one of the town’s main pastures.

places Selby Beverley
dates 1658 1811

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