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Calendar of plea and memoranda rolls

Arthur Hermann Thomas

Calendar of plea and memoranda rolls

preserved among the archives of the Corporation of the City of London at the Guildhall, A.D. 1413-1437

by Arthur Hermann Thomas

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Published by University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPrinted by order of the Corporation under the direction of the Library Committee.
The Physical Object
Pagination367 p.
Number of Pages367
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19137150M

Volume of extracts from Patent Roll, 3 Edward II, Memoranda Rolls and Council Books, c - 95, and copy of Instructions from Queen Mary to Lord Deputy Sussex, 20 March (M ). Copies of portions of Desmond Survey , relating . Buy Calendar of Plea and Memoranda Rolls of the City of London - to , Oxfam, A E Thomas A E. Cookies on oxfam We use cookies to ensure that you have the best experience on our website. If you continue browsing, we’ll assume that you are happy to receive all our cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time.

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Harvard Law's Statute Books, Registers of Writs, and Manorial Court Rolls: Feet of Fines: CP25(1) Wardrobe and Household Accounts: KR Accounts Various: E Calendars: Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem Calendar of Fine Rolls Common Pleas Plea Rolls: King's Bench Plea Rolls: King's Bench Controlment Rolls: Exchequer of Pleas Plea Rolls: KR Memoranda Rolls: LTR Memoranda Rolls: Pipe Foreign Accounts: Pipe Rolls: Liberate Rolls: Justices Itinerant: Documents are listed by calendar, not regnal year. Commas separate terms within the year and are listed.


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Memoranda Rolls. Richard Cassidy and Ben Wild, KCL. e memoranda rolls are a collection of notes, orders, records and inquiries relating to the Exchequer’s business, drawn up in the course of each Exchequer year. Two sets of Memoranda rolls were produced for each year (30 to 29 September).File Size: KB.

Thomas' Calendar of Select Please and Memoranda of the City of London A.D. 3 Vols. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ) is the standard reference work on these particular records. It is a detailed calendar with a massive amount detail about each case.

Transcripts and calendars of ancient records, temp. Hen. III onwards, especially from Patent Rolls, Plea Rolls, Memoranda Rolls and Inquisitions comprising volumes and some unbound papers. A finding aid is available in the reading room. The records include plea rolls, memoranda rolls, pipe rolls, liberate rolls, feet of fines, early chancery proceedings, exchequer accounts, some 13th-century patent rolls, some 16th-century close rolls, fine rolls and state papers, and a number of others.

Includes abstracts of a number of medieval legal records concerning Betley, including assize rolls, plea rolls and final concords. Maitland, ed., Bracton's note book. A collection of cases decided in the King's courts during the reign of Henry the Third, annotated by a lawyer of that time, seemingly by Henry of Bratton.

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Thomas. This series consists of rolls recording memoranda made in the Exchequer. Each roll covers a year, consisting of four terms, and is divided into different sections. The contents of the two parallel series, one kept by the King's Remembrancer and. The University of Chicago Press.

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