Two Cartularies of the Augustinian Priory of Bruton and the Cluniac Priory of Montacute in the County of Somerset

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subscribers only, 1894 - Cartularies - 301 pages
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Page lxiii - Et qui bona egerunt, ibunt in vitam eternam; Qui vero mala, in ignem eternum.
Page 77 - JOHN, by the grace of God, king of England, lord of Ireland, duke of Normandy and Aquitaine, and count of Anjou...
Page 184 - Ideoque discretioni vestre per apostolica scripta mandamus quatinus partibus convocatis audiatis causam et appellatione remota fine debito terminetis, facientes quod decreveritis per censuram ecclesiasticam firmiter observan.
Page 184 - ... firmiter observari. Testes autem qui fuerint nominati si se gracia odio vel timore subtraxerint censura simili appellacione cessante cogatis veritati testimonium perhibere.
Page xii - UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, THE, Cambridge. WATTS, BH, 13, Queen Square, Bath. WEAVER, REV. FW, Milton Vicarage, Evercreech, Bath. WELLS, The Cathedral Library. WELLS, The Theological College Library. WINWOOD, REV. HH, 1 1, Cavendish Crescent, Bath.
Page xi - Blandford. MASTER, REV. GS, Flax Bourton, RSO, Somerset. MEDLEY, REV. JB, Tyntesfield, Nailsea. MELLIAR FOSTER-MELLIAR, WM, North Aston, Deddington, Oxon. MILDMAY, REV. A. ST. JOHN, Hazelgrove House, Sparkford, Bath.
Page 77 - abbey there; and all that land called Wastdean, and " one iron forge free and quit, and with as free liberty " to work as any of my forges in demesne; and all the
Page ix - ... Hinton Charterhouse, Bath. FOXCROFT, MRS., Hinton Charterhouse, Bath. FRY, THE RIGHT HON. LORD JUSTICE, Failand House, Long Aston, Bristol. GEORGE, W., 3, King's Parade, Clifton. GIBBS, ANTONY, Tyntesfield, Nailsea. GIBBS, H. MARTIN, Barrow Court, Flax Bourton, RSO GLASTONBURY ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, THE.
Page 32 - Henry, king of England, duke of Normandy and Aquitaine, and earl of Anjou, to all his liegemen, English, Norman, Welsh and Scotch, and to all the nations under his dominion, sends greeting.
Page xlii - Ther is in the market place of the toun a new crosse of 6. arches, and a piller yn the midle for market folkes to Evercreech.

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