Domesday Studies: On the study of Domesday book. By S. Moore. On the Turkish survey of Hungary, and its relation to Domesday book. By H. Clarke. Domesday survivals. By I. Taylor. Wapentakes and hundreds. By I. Taylor. Danegeld and the finance of Domesday. By J. H, Round. The ploughland and the plough. By I. Taylor. Notes on Domesday measures of land. By J. H. Rounnd. A new view of the geldable unit assessment of Domesday ... By O. C. Pell

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Patrick Edward Dove
Longmans, Green, and Company, 1888 - Domesday book - 710 pages
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Page 391 - The Lord Chancellor, the Lord Chief Justice of England, the Master of the Rolls, the President of the Probate. Divorce and Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice...
Page 311 - Agri pro numero cultorum ab universis in vices occupantur, quos -mox inter se secundum dignationem partiuntur : facilitatem partiendi camporum spatia praestant. Arva per annos mutant : et superest ager ; nee enim cum ubertate et amplitudine soli labore contendunt, ut pomaria conserant et prata separent et hortos rigent : sola terrae seges imperatur.
Page 243 - This is the peace that King Alfred and King Guthrum, and the ' witan' of all the English nation, and all the people that are in East Anglia, have all ordained and with oaths confirmed, for themselves and for their descendants, as well for born as for unborn, who reck of God's mercy or of ours.
Page 399 - BOOK CARD DO NOT REMOVE A Charge will be mode if this cord is mutilated or not returned with the book...
Page 8 - All this at three dates, to wit, in the time of King Edward and when King William gave it and as it is now.
Page 391 - Society. 2. The object of the Society shall be to encourage the study and advance the knowledge of the history of English Law, especially by the publication of original documents and the reprinting or editing of works of sufficient rarity or importance.
Page 311 - Agriculturae non student; majorque pars victus eoruin in lacte, caseo, carne consistit: neque quisquam agri modum certum aut fines habet proprios, sed magistratus ac principes in annos singulos gentibus cognationibusque hominum, qui una coierint, quantum et quo loco visum est, agri, attribuunt atque anno post alio transire cogunt.
Page 8 - After this the king had a great council, and very deep speech with his 'witan' about this land, how it was peopled, or by what men; then sent his men over all England, into every shire, and caused to be ascertained how many hundred hides were in the shire, or what land the king himself had, and cattle within the land, or what dues he ought to have, in twelve months, from the shire.
Page 120 - Quando expeditio ibat per terram aut per mare serviebat haec civitas quantum V hidae terrae.' That is to say that when the fyrd was raised, whether landfyrd or scypfyrd as the English would have put it, Exeter had to send the quota due from every five hides.

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