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British Record Society, 1903 - Great Britain
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For list of publications see covers, pt. 28/30, April/June, 1890, p. x; pt. 82, December 1900, p. iii-iv.

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Page 138 - Apostle, the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary, the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, and St. Michael, by equal portions, and 1 Ib.
Page 121 - ... be to the damage or prejudice of the king or others, if the king granted the same to the Burgesses of the said town, their heirs or successors.
Page 88 - Thomas, the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary, and the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, equally : sum 35*.
Page 155 - Gary, now escheator there, that it is not to the damage of the king or others...
Page 128 - As the king learns by inquisition taken by the justice that it is not to the damage of the king or others...
Page 119 - Escheator in the county where the place was situated, commanding him to assemble a jury and to ascertain by their verdict whether it would be to the damage of the King or of others, if the privilege solicited were to be granted : thence called Inquisitions " ad
Page 169 - Bardolfes-Hall, held of the King in chief by the service of half a knight's fee, and...
Page 136 - Wyckhambrook on Monday next after the Feast of the Ascension of the Lord...
Page vi - ... directed from the Court of Chancery to the escheator or feodary of the county in which the deceased was presumed to have possessed lands. It commanded him to summon a jury for the purpose of conducting an inquiry into the following matters : — 1. Of what lands did the deceased die possessed ? 2. Of whom, and by what rents or services, were the same held? 3. What was the date of his death ? 4.
Page vi - ... time. But in the reign of Henry VIII, on account of alleged extortions by Crown officials, and the practice more especially of compelling landowners who were not tenants in capite to sue out their ousterlemains, a new Court, known as that of Wards and Liveries, was created for the purpose of attending to matters connected with these Inquisitions, to which Court also were transcripts of the Inquisitiones post mortem sent. Until the thirty-fifth of Henry VIII, therefore...

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