A Volume of Court Leet Records of the Manor of Manchester in the Sixteenth Century

A Volume of Court Leet Records of the Manor of Manchester in the Sixteenth Century

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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. 1843 edition. Excerpt: ...the contrary to be amerced according to their deserves and trespass.86 The jury find that there is a course of water coming some time watercourses, from the back side of Edward Jannye, late of Manchester deceased, which owe ought to have his course and passage from the back side of the aforesaid house through a certain pale into the back side of Richard Shalcrosse, late departed, and now in the holding of Hugh Travers, and so from thence through the parler now in the holding of the said Hugh, into the High-street. Forseing and provided always that they dwelling in the house of Edward Jannye, nor any their family, shall not in anywise fling down or cast through in the same gutter or pale, any under-ence or noisome thing as urine, boole-w&ter bowl or washing-up water, welling? boiling water, or filth which might or should be, as well to them of the same house or parloure, as also to the passers through the street. The jury order that the water coming from the Reade Bank? Red Bank head shall have his right concourse according as it is now appointed. Court held March 1qth, 1 Elizabeth (1559) The jury find that Elizabeth Gee, widow, on the day aforesaid, Gee. in the presence of Alexander Rigbe gentleman, the jury aforesaid, an heir, and all the company appointed in the great Leet Court, then and there did confess and declare that John Gee of Manchester is her eldest son, and her right heir of all her lands and tenements, rents, sale, perhaps along the Old Market Place, and what is now called Chureh Gates, to so1ne stile then existing on the south side of the chureh yard. M For enactments as to the assize of bread and ale see the Prefatory Chapter, p. +1 ante. reversions, &c. That she had given all her lands &c. to the said John Gee, her...show more

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  • Paperback | 86 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 168g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236489837
  • 9781236489838