The Coucher Book of Furness Abbey, Volume 11

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Chetham Society, 1886 - Abbeys
 

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Page 239 - neither the strips nor the furlongs represented a complete holding or property, but the several holdings were made up of a multitude of strips scattered about on all sides of the township, one in this furlong and another in that, intermixed and, it might almost be said, entangled together, as though
Page 243 - :—"Corners of the fields which, from their shape, could not be cut up into the usual acre or half-acre strips, were sometimes divided into tapering strips pointed at one end, and called ' gores ' or 'gored acres.'
Page 220 - illos ei hucusque reddere contradixit, et adhuc contradicit : Unde dicit quod deterioratus est, et dampnum habet ad valentiam x s , et inde producit sectam
Page 184 - molestiam, dampnum aut gravamen : et si quid eis forisfactum fuerit id eis sine dilatione faciatis emendan. In cujus rei
Page 149 - Ballivis et fidelibus suis, salutem. Sciatis nos concessisse, et hac carta nostra confirmasse, pro nobis et
Page 173 - salutem. Sciatis nos de gratia nostra speciali concessisse, et hac carta nostra confirmasse, dilectis nobis in Christo, Abbati et
Page 205 - Sciatis nos de gratia nostra speciali concessisse et hac carta nostra confirmasse dilectis nobis in Christo, Abbati et
Page 199 - rata habentes et grata, ea prņ nobis et haer. nostris, quantum in nobis est, dilectis nobis in Christo, nunc Abbati et Conv.
Page 224 - daughter of Peter the Cruel, in whose right he assumed the title of King of Castile and Leon, and