Oxford Studies in Social and Legal History, Volume 6

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Paul Vinogradoff
Clarendon Press, 1921 - Great Britain
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Page 231 - Rogeri ad nos venit et nos instanter rogauit vt dotem suam ipsam contingentem de terris et tenementis quc fuerunt predicti Rogeri quondam viri sui sibi assignari faceremus secundum legem et consuetudinem regni nostri, volentes quod dos illa sibi per nos assignetur : vobis mandamus (to make without delay an extent of all lands and tenements of which Roger had died seised, &c.) et extentam illam inde distincte et aperte factam nobis sub sigillo vestro et sigillis eorum per quos facta fuerit sine dilacione...
Page 46 - Ipse autem rex non debet esse sub homine, sed sub Deo et sub lege, quia lex facit rtgem. Attribuat igitur rex legi, quod lex attribuit ei, videlicet, daminium et potestatem, non est enim rex, ubi dominatur voluntas et non lex, Bract., 5 b.
Page 205 - Rex autem habet superiorem, Deum scilicet ; item legem per quam factus est rex ; item curiam suam, videlicet comites...
Page 239 - ... et ceo qe sera troue soit returne en Chauncellerie et outre ent fait droit illeoqes, ou en autre place ou la busoigne purra estre termine par la ley. m. 14-3. Letters patent, dated July 18, 1354, per peticionem de parliamento, to William de Shareshulle, John de Stonford, and Richard de Birtone. Supplicauit nobis Isabella que fuit vxor Godeto Robert the lands which had been taken into the king's hands by reason of the queen's death and which had been appropriated to the use of the queen after...
Page 64 - By a writ of 1281 (CCR, 8 Ed. I, 78) the sheriff is ordered, not to intermeddle further with a certain manor, and to deliver the custody of it to one Robert de Staundon, retaining in the king's hands the lands which John de Chetewynd had held at his death of a tenant in chief, a minor in the king's wardship ; for the king had learned by an inquisition taken by the sheriff that Chetewynd had held nothing of the king in chief as of the crown, but that he had held the manor in question of Staundon by...
Page 115 - RP ii. 140, no. 4). 3 lbid. ii. 241, no. 40 : ' Item prie la Commune, qe come contenu soit en la Grande Chartre, "Qe nostre Seignur le Roi ne vendra ne deleiera droit a nulli " : Et ceux qi vodroient purchacer Briefs en la Chauncellerie, queux Briefs sont la primere partie de sa Leie, quele Leie est soverein Droit de son Roialme et de sa Corone, ne poent aver Briefs sanz Fyn faire . . . Prie la dite Commune qe lui plese, pur Dieu et pur Droit . . .
Page 233 - Et si les bosoigns seent si grantz u si de grace ke le chanceler e ces autres ne le pussent fere sanz le rey, dunk il les porterunt par lur meins demeine devant le rey pur saver ent sa volente ; ensi qe...
Page 48 - Dominum expectet ultorem . . . nisi sit qui dicat quod universitas regni et baronagium suum hoc facere debeat et possit in curia ipsius regis ;
Page 63 - Alexander at his death held his lands of the king in chief by socage and not by any service whereby the custody of his lands may or ought to pertain to the king.
Page 151 - Roy meme fut ale ; devant queux allege fut qe le Jugement ne peut estre revers, si non en Parliament. Et depuis qe ceo est finy, ulterius en cest besoing nihil agendum est. Et fut dit, qe le Roy fit les Leys par assent(e) des Pers et de la Comune, et non par les Pers et la Comune. Et qe n'avoit nul Per en sa terre demen : et qe le Roy par eux ne doit estre adjuge : Et qe en temps le Roy H. et devant le Roy fut emplede come seroit autre home de people. Mes Ed. Roy son fils ordonna, qe home suiroit...

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