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Scriveners' Company Common Paper 1357-1628 With A Continuation To 1678
of the same Craft that been' approved here by this Court yee shall kepe and doo ... wrong under colour of your office shall yee noon' Doo neither Do no thing ... and laufully aftir the lawes and custumes of this...
The Grey Friars of London
the Gray Freers in London, doo profoundly consider that the perfeccion ... of ony foryncicall potentate or peere: wythe mutuall assent and consent doo ... like mutuall assent and consent doo...
Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: Volume 2, 1563-69
you doo the lyke for your returne, prolonging ... you send me word from you at large, and what I shall doo ... that it was not good so to doo. Fowre myles from thence a gentleman of the Erle of...
Calendar of Border Papers: Volume 2, 1595-1603
Treasurer, I should not doo: hoping nevertheless that your lordship wantes ... better of helth, nor more gallant of body and mynde, than I doo finde
Survey of London: Volume 12, the Parish of All Hallows Barking, Part I: the Church of All Hallows
and ouerseers. . . . And I woll that myn executors herevndernamed of my goods doo ... or x li, . . . If in my liff tyme I doo it not myself, And w t the same lands ... executors purvey and doo...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI: Volume 1, 1422-1429
that the lessor shall doo reparell a hows whilk Robert Neuelson duelles in, and the lessee kepe and uphalde hit, that the lessor shall doo make al the hegges
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI: Volume 6, 1454-1461
any other is bounde for the late erle, or doo entrete and conclude with all thoo ... as executoures withoute the assent of the nowe erle or his executoures, or doo
Calendar of Border Papers: Volume 1, 1560-95
So as by that tyme I have hangde 40 or 50 of the prysonars, whyche I wyll doo ... but I am well assuryd he wyll neyther be dyrectyd nor advysyd by meI shall doo ... wyllyngely mete hym, and doo...
An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 10
Est, instituted, presented by Sim Est. 1306, Sim. le Doo, by Sim. Est of Swanington. 1322, John de Attlebrigg, by Richard Est, and John Doo. 1349, Thomas