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A History of the County of Somerset: Volume 6, andersfield, Cannington, and North Petherton Hundreds (Bridgwater and Neighbouring Parishes)
deodand, treasure trove, and felons' goods. 54 Borough rents and profits ... 1 d. in 1614, when the lord also claimed deodand, treasure trove,
Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 13, 1697-1698
Funds in accordance with, 27, 148. Deodand, grant of a, 300. Discount,
Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629
in Wales. - Mr. Serjeant Morgan. Deodands. 1. The Bill touching how the Cart or Wain shall be Deodands. Cloth Trade. 1. The Bill for Making of Broad
William and Mary, 1692: An Act for regulateing Proceedings in the Crowne Office of the Court of King's Bench att Westminster. [Chapter XXII. Rot. Parl. pt. 5. nu. 4.]
Statutes of the Realm: Volume 6, 1685-94
or Grants from the Crowne for Felons goods Deodands and othe Forfeitures ... Deodands and Forfeitures and no more for doeing whereof he shall ... or other person or persons Grantees of such Felons Goods ...
Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (Revised), Court Officers, 1660-1837
received letters patent under the great seal granting him the deodands ... all Deodand, and all Goods of Felo de se to be appropriated to that End'.
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward I: Volume 3, 1288-1296
as deodand because a woman was accidentally slain by it in the fair at Royston
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward I: Volume 2, 1279-1288
to the king's hands as deodand, as the king has granted to the friars the alms called 'deodands' throughout his whole realm, as is fully contained
The London Eyre of 1276
falsely valued the deodand before the chamberlain and sheriffs, ... no mention on his roll of the deodand, so to judgment on him. No neighbour ... Because the chamberlain and sheriffs did not make a valuation of...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward I: Volume 1, 1272-1279
wherefore the horse pertains to the king as deodand: the king orders