3 edition of Selected rolls of the Chester City Courts, late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries found in the catalog.
|Statement||by A. Hopkins.|
|Series||Remains, historical and literary, connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester., v. 2|
|Contributions||Hopkins, A., ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.L19 C5 3d ser., v. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxx, 138 p.|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||51006922|
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"Selected Rolls of the Chester City Courts" () Pages L,LI,LIII,LIX, 69,71, Baronial Courts, Trade "Notes on the Lancaster Estates in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries" (Dorothea Oschinsky) Page The Honour of Halton "Renaissance of Cheshire Church building in the late XVth and XVIth centuries" (Fred. H. Crossley) Pages The Rolls Series edition contains a Latin continuation of the Polychronicon to , attributed to John Malverne, a monk of Worcester (d. circa ). It is, however, shown in J. A. Robinson's paper on An Unrecognized Westminster Chronicler, , that Malverne wrote only to , and that the rest of the chronicle was the work of a monk.
The legal judicature in Chancery stated: with remarks on a late book intitled a Discourse of the judicial authority belonging to the Master of the Rolls in the High Court of Chancery. Anonymous. By Samuel Burroughs, with the assistance of Bishop Warburton. Cf. ESTC. The "late book" referred to is by the first of Earl of Hardwicke, Philip Yorke. 31 J.S. Beckerman, Customary Law in English Manorial Courts in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries (unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of London, ). 32 Z. Razi, 'Family, land and the.
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[A Hopkins:] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Selected Rolls of the Chester City Courts, Late Thirteenth and Early Fourteenth Centuries Lancashire and Cheshire Records Preserved in the Public Record Office, London: In Two Parts Plea Rolls of the County Palatine of Lancaster Author: Paul Moorman.
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Hopkins, A., ed., Selected rolls of the Chester city courts, late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries. T.S. 3 Willan, – A translation of the Act Book of the Ecclesiastical Court of Whalley.
ISBN T.S. 47 Wilson, J.F., File Size: KB. HISTORY THE JOURNAL Wfyt fttétorical gstëodation NEW SERIES — Vol. XXXIX FEBRUARY, JUNE and OCTOBER, Editor: Professor R. TREHARNE, M.A., Ph.D. "Bibliography" published on 23 Apr by Manchester University Press. Calendar of Early Mayor's Court Rolls; Nine rolls, covering a formative period in the history of the City of London, and illustrative of ancient municipal law and legal custom.
See also, Calendar of the Plea and Memoranda Rolls of the City of London, in three volumes, from (; English transcription) Year Books of Edward II. For Pembroke, we hear of its sheriff and hundred courts in the time of Henry I, see Haverfordwest Record Office, PEM 1; Pipe Roll of 31 Henry I, and its comitatus inRoyal and Other Letters Illustrative of the Reign of Henry III, ed.
Shirley, Cited by: Chester is a walled city in Cheshire, England, on the River Dee, close to the border with a population of 79, init is the most populous settlement of Cheshire West and Chester, which had a population ofinand serves as the unitary authority's administrative headquarters.
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Hilton, reported in David Postles, "Migration and Mobility in a Less Mature Economy: English internal migration ", Social History, vol (), p, has observed that hucksters provided lodgings for some of the female immigrants into the small town of Halesowen in late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries.
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but a manuscript called “A book of things inquirable at inferior courts,” which dates from the Edition: current; Page. Selected Rolls of Chester City Courts: CS Notes on the Lancaster Estates in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries: H Volume Rural Settlement in Cheshire: H Renaissance of Cheshire Church building in the late XVth and XVIth centuries: CA Volume Fourteenth Century Steeple building Introduction.
This bibliography has been compiled by members of the Friends of Medieval Dublin as a resource for the study of medieval Dublin. Dublin was an important settlement for Viking power in Ireland, for the race for high-kingship in the early Middle Ages, and as the seat of English government in Ireland.
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Royal Courts to the late Thirteenth Century, Ixxvi; Records of Local Courts to the early Fourteenth Century, Ixxvii; Early Year Books, Ixxviii. (2) In- BOOK I. SKETCH OF EARLY ENGLISH LEGAL HISTORY. CHAPTER I. THE DARK AGE IN LEGAL HISTORY, pp. File Size: 32MB.
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