The Lancashire Pipe Rolls of 31 Henry I., A. D. 1130, and of the Reigns of Henry II., A. D. 1155-1189; Richard I., A. D. 1189-1199; and King John, A. D. 1199-1216: The Latin Text Extended and Notes Added. Also Early Lancashire Charters of the Period from the Reign of William Rufus to that of King John, Part 1130

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William Farrer
H. Young and sons, 1902 - Lancashire - 500 pages

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Page 415 - Anjou, to archbishops, bishops, abbots, priors, counts, barons, justices, sheriffs, reeves, ministers and all his bailiffs and faithful men, greeting. Know that we have granted...
Page 289 - Richard by the grace of God king of England, Duke of Normandy and Aquitaine, and Count of Anjou, to all his men who are about to go to Jerusalem by sea, greeting.
Page 418 - And concerning their lands and tenures which are within the borough, right shall be done to them according to the custom of the borough. And of all their debts which are lent in Gloucester and of mortgages there made pleas shall be held at Gloucester.
Page 405 - H. half a knight's fee, or two plough lands, in such a vill, as my right and inheritance, of which my father or my grandfather was seised in his demesne, as of fee, in the time of King Henry I. (or after the. first coronation of our lord the King), and from whence he took the profits to the value of five shillings at least, as in corn, hay, and other produce; and this I am ready to prove by my freeman J.
Page 393 - ... Lisieux, salvation in the Lord. Know ye all that, for the salvation of our soul and that of our ancestors, and successors, considering the interest of our church of Lisieux, 1 Madelaine, Abbaye de Mondaye, p. 86. 2 Ibid. pp. 90, 91. 3 Ibid. p. 93. and of the church of St Pierre d'Ellon, we have given in pure and perpetual alms, to God and the church of St Martin of Mondaye, as well as to the canons there serving, and who shall serve God there, the entire vicarage of the aforesaid church of Saint...
Page 414 - Henricus Dei gratia Rex Angliae, Archiepiscopis, Episcopis, Abbatibus, Prioribus, Comitibus, Baronibus, Justiciariis, Vicecomitibus, praepositis, ministris, et omnibus Ballivis et fidelibus suis, salutem.
Page 417 - And that none of them make Duel And that of pleas appertaining to the Crown they may justify according to the custom of the Citizens of the City of London and that within the walls of the Borough...
Page 345 - Boclande, in pure and perpetual alms, for the health of his soul and the souls of his ancestors...
Page 401 - Cyprus in 1190 ; but it was recovered with his dead body. The seal that was now broken must have been the one which the chancellor had used during the king's absence. Richard however, when he was at Messina, had allowed his seal to be set to various grants for which he took money, but which he never intended...
Page 435 - ... in bosco et piano, in pratis et pascuis, in vus et semitis , in aquis et molendinis...

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