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Abbey acre bailiff benefice Berks Berkshire bishop bread Bridge Bucks bushel called Cardiganshire cases Castle Castrum cattle Cheshire chester church cloth coast coin common Cork corn Cornwall county court Cumberland custom day's work Devon Dorset Durham duty Eiver Essex Fanum farm field Filius fish Flu.—Eiver fordshire forest given Glamorganshire Gloucestershire goods Hampshire Hants Head heraldic Hertfordshire horse house hujusmodi Ireland Island Isle of Wight Isttsr jurisdiction keeper Kent knight Lancashire Latin letter Lincolnshire load London lord make market Mary measure of land ment monastery money Monmouthshire Monte Norfolk North Northants Northumberland Notts officer Oxfordshire payment Pembrokeshire perhaps Perthshire place plough Pons Portus possession prœpositus prœsentia quarter rent right same Sancto Scot Scotland service ship shire Shropshire small Somerset sometimes South Street Suffolk Surrey Sussex take tenant tenure toll paid town used Wales Wall Westmoreland wharf Wilts wood wool writ Yorks Yorkshire
Page 336 - There is a very ancient family of the Ropers in Cumberland, who have lived immemorially near to a quarry of red spate there, from whence they first took their surname of Rubra spatha.
Page 198 - hold. drengus a drench, the name given to certain tenants who were put out of their lands at the Conquest and afterwards restored.
Page 262 - a drink made of corn. A LIST OF THE LATIN NAMES OF PLACES IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.* A.
Page 279 - Oxfordshire. Deira—The part of the kingdom of the Northumbrians on the south side of the Tyne. Deira Sylva—Deerhurst,
Page 233 - he who hath the proper and regular jurisdiction, as of course and of common right.
Page 272 - Britanni—People of Britain. Britannia Prima—Britain south of the Thames. Britannia Secunda—Britain west of the Severn ; or from Bristol Channel to Mersey, and from Thames to Humber. Britanniens
Page 184 - part of a larger field, •which would otherwise be in common ; or the right of the lord to take a certain share of the crop.
Page 316 - Province of Britain between the Walls of Hadrian and Antonine, ie, the Forth and the Tyne ; or between the Walls of Hadrian and Severus.