Borough Customs Volume 2

Borough Customs Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ... his own, and raze it to the ground with hooks, or in any way they can. And the same of those who were elected jurats and refused to take the jurat's oath. 16th Dover, cap. L--And yif the mayre that be chose refuse to take hys century, charge, all the comens holly may drawe downe his chefe mesuage. Cap. 2.--And yf ony jurats be chose by the mayre and refuse hys charge, he shall have the same payne foreseyd.1 Sequestration for Debt to the City. 1305. London. Liber Albus, p. 120.--Ordinatum fuit... quod cum sequestrum factum fuerit per ballivum civitatis super aliquem civium Londoniarum per clausturam ostiorum suorum, vel alio modo, pro debito civitatis, et ipse sequestrum permittens, satisfacere contemnendo nolens se justiciare, quod per visum vicinorum sequestrum et obstructio amoveantur et serura aperiatur et reseratur per ballivum, et ipse officium suum suppleat, et debitam inde faciat executionem, etc. It was ordained that when sequestration was made by the bailiff of the city on any citizen of London by the closing of his doors or otherwise, for a debt due to the city, and if he who suffers the sequestration refuses to make amends and to come to justice, then by view of the neighbours the sequestration and the obstruction shall be removed and the lock opened and the bolt shot back by the bailiff, and he shall execute his office, and do due execution thereon. Compensation from the Community. 1324. Godmanchester, cap. 26.--Item quod si aliquis tabernando palus trando2 verberando casu periculum incident, talis nullo modo de com-munitate remuneretur; et sic de cunctis animalibus furtive sublatis, tales unusquisque suum honus portat. 1 So also Winchelsea, cap. 1; Hast-erthe '); and Rye, cap. 8. ings, cap. 2 (' drawe downe his cheffe a Palustrando...show more

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  • Paperback | 170 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 313g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236542371
  • 9781236542373