The Paston Letters, A.D. 1422-1509; New Complete Library Ed Volume 3

The Paston Letters, A.D. 1422-1509; New Complete Library Ed Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ... vij. monkes or prestes and vij. pore folke, for to pray for the soulys above said imperpetuite; so that one of the said monkes or prestes be maister, and have xJi. yerely, and ich othir monke or preste x. marc yerely, and ich of the pore folke xls. yerely; and that the said John Paston shalle make sure to the said collegions a sufficient roume and a competent and an esy duelling place in the said mansion, the said collegions nor her succcssours bering no charge of reparacion therof. For which, and for othir charges and labours that the said 1 The original draft ends with this word at the bottom of the page. Apparently the last few words of the draft were written on a flyleaf, which is now lost. From Add. Ms. 22,927, B.M. John Paston hath doon and take uppon hym, to the eas and profite of the said I45O John Fastolf, and for othir consideracions by hym rehercid, the said Sir gov. 3 John FastolrF wolde, graunted, and ordeyned that the said John Paston shalle have alle the maners, landes, and tenementes in North folk, Southfolk, and Norwich, in which the said John Paston or any other are or were enfeffed or have title to the use of the said Sir John Fastolf; and at thaQ alle the feffees infeffed in the said maners, londes, and tenementes shalle make and deliver astate of the said maners, landes, and tenementes to such persones, at such tymes, and in such forme as the said John Paston, his heirs, and his assignes shalle requere thaym or any of thayme. And that the said John Paston shall pay to othir of the said Sir Johns executours iiijm1 4000 marc of laufulle money of England in the forme that folweth, that is to say: Where the said Sir John hadde apointed and assigned that his executours shalle, the first yere aftir his disses, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 112 pages
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236951212
  • 9781236951212