Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester, Volume 11

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Chetham Society., 1847 - Cheshire (England)
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Page 554 - Agnes his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the right heirs of John the settlor.
Page 465 - Nouerit uniuersitas vestra me dédisse, concessisse, et hac presentí carta mea confirmasse Deo et béate Marie et...
Page 475 - Testes autem, qui fuerint nominati, si se gratia odio vel timoré subtraxerint, censura simili appellatione cessante cogatis veritati testimonium perhibere. Quod si non omnes hüs exequendis potueritis interesse, duo vestrum ea nichilominus exequantur.
Page 523 - ... or as often as they please, spoil them of their goods; they oppress them with innumerable claims of service ; they lay upon them grievous and insupportable burthens. Hence they force many to leave their native soil, and fly to foreign parts, and (what is worse) their very persons, which Christ hath redeemed with so rich a price— even his own blood — they are not afraid to sell for one so mean, that is, for money. Now, monks, though they may have such possessions, do not possess them in the...
Page 515 - Thorneton p salute anime mee, antecessorum et heredum meorum resignaui et omnino p me et heredib} meis imppetuum quietuclamaui Deo et beate Marie Abbati et conuentui Loci Benedicti de Stanlawe totum ius et clameum quod habui vel aliquo modo habere potui in...
Page 366 - ... in presentía nostra quam in absentia nostra et heredum nostrorum, fines faceré vel amerciari, exitus forisfacere, annum diem et vastum seu forisfacturas, et murdra adiudicari contigit, que fines amerciamenta redemptiones exitus annum diem et vastum siue strepamentum, forisfacturas murdra ad nos vel ad heredes nostros possent pertinere, si prefato Comiti Lancastrie et heredib} suis predictis concessa non fuissent.
Page 578 - Britany and earl of Chester and Richmond, in honour of God, the Virgin, and St. John the Baptist, "for the sustentation of poore and sillie persons, and granted in pure and perpetual alraes," and was confirmed by Henry III.
Page 523 - Willmi de Ynes, Ricardum et Rober* It was made a reproach to the monastic orders that they purchased men contrary to the spirit of the Gospel. The defence of Peter of Clugni...
Page 519 - Brecknock, and was succeeded by bis son, William de fferrers, fifth earl, who was killed before Aeon, AD 1191, while on the crusades. He was succeeded by his son, the grantor, William de fferrers, sixth earl, who married Agnes, sister and one of the coheirs of Ranulph, earl of Chester, ante, p. 8, and obtained with her, amongst other large possessions, the manor of West Derby, and all earl Ranulph's lands between the Ribble and the Mersey. A portion of those lands had been purchased by Earl Ranulph...

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