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" Jefferies ; the horn itself being produced in court, and with universal admiration received, admitted, and proved to be the identical horn by which, as by a charter, Canute had conveyed the manor of Pusey seven hundred years... "
A History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and Its People - Page 776
by John Woolf Jordan - 1914
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Lectures on the History and Practice of the Law of Scotland ..., Volume 2

Walter Ross - Conveyancing - 1822
...be* fore Judge Jefferies.' c The horn itfelf was produced in Court,. * and, with univerfal admiration, received, admitted, and proved to * be the identical horn by which the lands, as by charter, had been ' conveyed by Canute the Dane feven hundred years before.* There...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 24

Periodicals - 1844
...possessed by Charles Pusey, who had recovered the manor in Chancery, before Lord Chancellor Jefferies ; the horn itself being produced in court, and with...conveyed the manor of Pusey seven hundred years before. The horn is described as being that of an ox of a middling size, having in the central part a ring...
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Patronymica Britannica, a dictionary of the family names of the United Kingdom

Mark Antony Lower - 1860
...horn iteelf being produced iu court, and with universal admiration received, admitted, and proeed (!) to be the identical horn by which, as by a charter,...conveyed the manor of Pusey seven hundred years before." The inscription is, doubtless, of the XV. century, but it may have replaced an older one, and the possessorship...
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Tenures of Land & Customs of Manors: Originally Collected by Thomas Blount ...

Thomas Blount - Customary law - 1874 - 456 pages
...1685) possessed by Charles Pusey, who had recovered it in Chancery before Lord Chancellor Jefferies ; the horn itself being produced in court, and with...had conveyed the manor of Pusey seven hundred years before.4 This horn [which in Beckwith's time was in the possession of Mrs Jane Allen of Pusey,] representative...
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Tenures of Land & Customs of Manors: Originally Collected by Thomas Blount ...

Thomas Blount - Customary law - 1874 - 456 pages
...1685) possessed by Charles Pusey, who had recovered it in Chancery before Lord Chancellor Jefferies ; the horn itself being produced in court, and with...had conveyed the manor of Pusey seven hundred years before.4 This horn [which in Beckwith's time was in the possession of Mrs Jane Allen of Pusey,] representative...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Berks, Bucks, and Oxfordshire: Including a ...

John Murray (Firm) - Berkshire (England) - 1882 - 312 pages
...Charles Pusey, who had recovered, the manor in the Court of Chancery, before Lord Chancellor Jefleries : the horn itself being produced in Court, and with...horn by which, as by a charter, Canute had conveyed tin j manor of Pusey 700 years befor. The horn is that of an ox of middling size, mounted in silver-gilt,...
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The Pusey family: A brief historical sketch of its origin in England and America

Pennock Pusey - Reference - 1883 - 14 pages
...and the manor, according to Dr. Hickes, were recovered in chancery before Lord Chancellor Jefferies "the horn itself being produced in court and with...of Pusey seven hundred years before." Reference to the case is made in I Vernan's Reports 273 de Term : S. Mich : 1684, wherein the demurrer of the defendant...
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The Reliquary, Volume 20

Archaeology
...manor were in his time (about 1685) possessed by Charles Pusey, who had recovered them in Chancery ; the horn itself being produced in court, and with...received, admitted, and proved to be the identical one by which, as a charter, Canute had conveyed the manor of Pusey seven hundred years before. The...
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Journal

Chester and North Wales Architectural, Archaeological, and Historic Society - Wales, North - 1905
...time, possessed by Charles Pusey, who had recovered them in Chancery, before Lord Chancellor Jeffries, the horn itself being produced in court, and, with...and proved to be the identical horn by which, as by charter, Canute had conveyed the manor of Pusey seven hundred years before." The case is still quoted,...
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The Reliquary and Illustrated Archaeologist,: A Quarterly Journal ..., Volume 20

Archaeology - 1880
...manor were in his time (about 1685) possessed by Charles Pusey, who had recovered them in Chancery ; the horn itself being produced in court, and with...received, admitted, and proved to be the identical one by which, as a charter, Canute had conveyed the manor of Pusey seven hundred years before. The...
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