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The civil pleas of the Suffolk eyre of 1240

The civil pleas of the Suffolk eyre of 1240

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Published by Boydell Press in Woodbridge, UK, Rochester, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Court records -- England -- Suffolk,
  • Suffolk (England) -- History -- Sources,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Henry III, 1216-1272 -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Eric James Gallagher ; general editor, David Sherlock.
    GenreSources
    SeriesSuffolk Records Society -- v. 52, Suffolk Records Society (Series) -- v. 52.
    ContributionsGallagher, Eric James., Sherlock, David.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKD190 1240
    The Physical Object
    Paginationc, 349 p. :
    Number of Pages349
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23713607M
    ISBN 101843834332
    ISBN 109781843834335
    LC Control Number2009280648

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This volume presents an edition and translation of the civil pleas in the Suffolk Eyre Roll ofnow in the National Archives, the first civil pleas from a Suffolk eyre roll to be fully published.

It throws light on common law in mid thirteenth-century England and its application within the county. List of illustrations and tables. General eyre and Suffolk. Documents of the Suffolk eyre of Civil pleas in the Suffolk eyre of Issues of the Suffolk eyre of App. Suffolk hundreds at the time of the eyre.

App. Size and nature of tenements in dispute in the Suffolk eyre of App. This volume presents an edition and translation of the civil pleas in the Suffolk Eyre Roll ofnow in the National Archives, the first civil pleas from a Suffolk eyre roll to be fully published.

It throws light on common law in mid thirteenth-century England and its application within the county. civil pleas in the Suffolk eyre of ; issues of the Suffolk eyre of ; App. Suffolk hundreds at the time of the eyre; App. Size and nature of tenements in dispute in the Suffolk eyre of ; App.

Sheriffs of Norfolk and Suffolk during the reign of Henry III; App. Eyres held in Suffolk during the reign of Henry III. This volume presents an edition and translation of the civil pleas in the Suffolk Eyre Roll ofnow in the National Archives, the first civil pleas from a Suffolk Eyre roll to be fully published.

It throws light on common law in mid thirteenth-century England and its application within the county.

Edited and introduced by Eric James Gallagher. Get this from a library. An introduction to and edition of the Suffolk eyre roll - civil pleas. [Eric James Gallagher; King's College London. Department of History.].

The civil pleas in the Suffolk eyre of xxix The issues of the Suffolk eyre of lv Conclusions lxii Appendices A. Suffolk hundreds at the time of the eyre lxvii B. Size and naturę oftenements in dispute in the Suffolk eyre of lxix C.

Sheriffs of Norfolk and Suffolk during the reign of Henry III lxxiii. They are listed below, chronologically by eyre. For a more detailed treatment of the eyre system, see Meekings, Crown Pleas of the Wiltshire Eyre,which includes an extensive introduction on the functioning of the eyre in general, (Meekings, Cecil A.

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Choose the best name for your child. Most Popular Names. By country & year of birth. In English law, the justices in eyre were the highest magistrates in medieval forest law, and presided over the court of justice-seat, a triennial court held to punish offenders against the forest law and enquire into the state of the forest and its officers (eyre, meaning "circuit", refers to the movement of the court between the different royal forests).

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Before, she had been merely a spectator at Lowood, but now Jane will become an actor, participating fully in the events at the school.civil pleas of the wiltshire eyre, edited by m. t. clanchy devizes • Assize Rolls, Gloucs see Pleas, i.e. D. M. Stenton, ed. (), Rolls of the Justices in Eyre, being the Rolls of Pleas and Assizes for Gloucestershire, Warwickshire and Staffordshire, Selden Society 59; E.

G. Kimball, ed. (), ‘Rolls of the Gloucestershire sessions of the peace –’, Transactions of the Bristol.