The Record Interpreter: A Collection of Abbreviations, Latin Words and Names Used in English Historical Manuscripts and Records (Google eBook)

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Reeves and Turner, 1892 - Abbreviations, French - 341 pages
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Page 336 - There is a very ancient family of the Ropers in Cumberland, who have lived immemorially near to a quarry of red spate there, from whence they first took their surname of Rubra spatha.
Page 221 - any corner or part of a common field, ploughed up and sowed with oats, &c., and sometimes fenced in with a dry hedge, in that year wherein the rest of the same field lies fallow and common
Page 198 - hold. drengus a drench, the name given to certain tenants who were put out of their lands at the Conquest and afterwards restored.
Page 262 - a drink made of corn. A LIST OF THE LATIN NAMES OF PLACES IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.* A.
Page 279 - Oxfordshire. Deira—The part of the kingdom of the Northumbrians on the south side of the Tyne. Deira Sylva—Deerhurst,
Page 233 - he who hath the proper and regular jurisdiction, as of course and of common right.
Page 272 - Britanni—People of Britain. Britannia Prima—Britain south of the Thames. Britannia Secunda—Britain west of the Severn ; or from Bristol Channel to Mersey, and from Thames to Humber. Britanniens
Page 184 - part of a larger field, •which would otherwise be in common ; or the right of the lord to take a certain share of the crop.
Page 316 - Province of Britain between the Walls of Hadrian and Antonine, ie, the Forth and the Tyne ; or between the Walls of Hadrian and Severus.
Page 289 - Ireland. Iberran—A town in Scotland, north of the Forth. Icannum—Boston, Lincolnshire. Iceni, Icini—People of Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridge, and Huntingdon shires. Iciani, Icinos

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