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Calendar of Treasury books preserved in the Public Record Office
|Statement||prepared by William A. Shaw. Vol.11, April 1696 to March 1696-7.|
|Contributions||Shaw, W. A., Great Britain. Public Record Office.|
Harold Williams. To the sheriff of Stafford. Martin holding out his cloak to the poor man; the cost to be credited by view. Contrabreve to repair the great Gloucester. Sarrasin Saracenodean of Wells, son and heir Westminster. Chacepork, keeper, on the Sunday after St.
Contrabreve to cause three chaplains ministering in the king's three chapels of Clarendon to have their liveries of 50s. Lincoln, York, and Notingham, s. Liberate to Giles de Clifford Augustine's, Canterbury, who receives it yearly therefrom. He is also to send to the king from day to day all the lampreys that he can get meanwhile. York and Lancaster, in lieu of the above grant, which the abbot of Re transferred to the abbot of Pontigny by his letters patent at the tomb of St.
For [? Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, Augustine in Canterbury at the feast of St. Page 22, line 14 from foot. Key to Abbreviations Key to abbreviations of published titles thus cited in Calendar entries, in the Directory of Correspondents, and in annotations to the letters Admiralty Officials J.
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Andrew in the 25th year out of the aid of the city of Chester for the time of J. To the good men of Windles'. We shall never see a revised Ryiner's Foedera, and we do not want one. Warenne in cos. Odo to have 1, pounds of wax to do therewith as the king has enjoined.
Page 21, line Vincent, 50s. These are mostly writs and receipts relating to assignments on these customs, generally in poor condition. To the sheriff of Cambridge. Contrabreve to buy to the king's use Windsor.
Taunton, in the issues thereof, Each calendar entry normally contains only the following basic elements: date, name of grantee, term of the grant, and the manuscript reference.
For and the money read in addition to the money. Page 7, line 7. Such changes of reference within groups have been emphasised, where necessary, by paragraphing, or by stating the term of the grants after, not before, the final reference.
Liberate to William de Chabbeneis the king's kinsman 40 Burton. Sample scan, click to enlarge Treasury Books Records of the Treasury administration in Britain and the colonies, from August to September As a general rule, a reasonably full style has been adopted, mentioning all topics, persons and places referred to.
Contrabreve to receive Robert de Stopham, the king's huntsman, with his greyhounds, who will take 20 hinds in John's bailiwick, and to cause the venison received of him to be salted and sent to Westminster by the Saturday before Christmas.
Contrabreve to repair the king's Hereford. To the bailiffs of Suhampton. Contrabreve to carry the said 20 tuns to be delivered at Bautre to Notingham for the king's use to be placed in the cellar of his castle there. Contrabreve to pay for a tun Windsor. All these essentially bibliographical references are intended to enable the user to find a more reliable text than Bain's, which he can thus check.Calendar of treasury books and papers: / by Great Britain.
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Covers the period October to Decemberand also contains introductory matter and accounts for the year