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A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 4, the City of Oxford
to hold its own courts leet in the guild hall until 1839. ... Courts COURTS The Chief medieval courts in Oxford, besides ... 1 In the 12th century a few lay...
A Dictionary of London
to hold a court leet, rights of sanctuary, etc. In 1668-9 the privileges ... Taylor's Court - Temple Stairs Taylor's Court In Lambeth Hill, two ... Court East...
Historical Account of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Including the Borough of Gateshead
and Saint Luke. All the priviledges and power that a court-leet can have, ... The Corporation Courts COURTS IN NEWCASTLE. MAYOR'S AND SHERIFF'S COURTS. In the town and county of...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles I, 1635
Acts of the Court of High Commission ACTS OF THE COURT OF HIGH ... articles; to be examined before the next court day save one. John Duncombe, ... and was monished to be examined before next...
A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 7, the Rape of Lewes
to the Jury of the court leet are also not at all clear, nor is it certain ... of the greater number of the Jury. 111 The importance of the court leet and view ... when an order...
A History of the County of Chester: Volume 5 Part 2, the City of Chester: Culture, Buildings, Institutions
he was forced to defend his right to hold an annual court leet and to resist ... Local government and public services Law courts LAW COURTS Besides its own courts...
November 1650: An Act for turning the Books of the Law, and all Proces and Proceedings in Courts of Justice, into English.
Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660
and Proceedings of Courts Leet, Courts Baron, and Customary Courts, and all Proceedings whatsoever in any Courts of Justice within this Commonwealth, ... and all...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, Addenda 1660-1685
for collecting the fines and amerciaments imposed at the courts leet of the manor ... Sept. 30. Extracts of fines, forfeitures and amerciaments made at a court leet and ...
The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 7
the archbishop being then lord of it. There is a court leet held for this hundred,