Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archeological Society, Volume 7
T. Wilson and sons., 1907 - Cumberland (England)
The transactions include the society's proceedings. No proceedings are included in n. s. v. 70 (1970).
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Page 101 - ... Westmorland, and paid to its lord Cornage and Customs, as appears both from the Pipe-Rolls and the charter of Richard I. The fishery also belonged to the feudal superior. year, nor do the accounts of the 25th notice the debt due from him for his relief. He probably owed this magnificient provision to his connection with Ranulph de Glanville, the husband of his daughter* who enjoyed the unlimited favour of his sovereign. On the accession of Richard I., Glanville was deprived of all his appointments,...
Page 123 - God. Live still to die, that you by death may purchase eternal life. And trust not that the tenderness of your age shall lengthen your life; for as soon, if God call, goeth the young as the old.
Page 342 - VOL. I.— BISHOP NICOLSON'S VISITATION AND SURVEY OF THE DIOCESE OF CARLISLE IN 1703-4. Edited by Chancellor Ferguson, FSA Price 12/6. VOL. II.— MEMOIRS OF THE GILPIN FAMILY OF SCALEBY CASTLE, by the late Rev. William Gilpin, Vicar of Boldre, with the Autobiography of the Author. Edited, with Notes and Pedigree, by W. Jackson, FSA Price 10/6. VOL. III.— THE OLD CHURCH PLATE IN THE DIOCESE OF CARLISLE. Edited by Chancellor Ferguson, FSA Second Edition, with Appendix by Mrs. Ware.
Page 342 - V. and VI.— PAPERS AND PEDIGREES mainly relating to Cumberland and Westmorland, by the late Wm. Jackson, FSA Edited by Mrs. Jackson. Price 15/-.
Page 3 - June, in the thirteenth year of the reign of King Edward, son of King Edward [Edward II.
Page 137 - granted to God and the Church of St. Mary Magdalene, of the Vale of Magdalene, and the Canons of the order of Premonstratenses, serving God there, all that his land, which was Karl, [that is...
Page ii - The Council of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society and the Editors of their Transactions desire that it should be understood that they are not responsible for any statements or opinions expressed in these Transactions ; the Authors of the several papers being alone responsible for the same. The Maps, Plans, and Drawings belonging to the Society are now deposited at Tullie House, where they are available for the use of Members. The key can be had on application to...
Page 341 - Fountains Abbey" in the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, vol. xv.; "The Abbey of St Mary-in-Furness " in the Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, vol.