The Portmote or Court Leet Records of the Borough or Town and Royal Manor of Salford, from the Year 1597 to the Year 1669 Inclusive Volume 46

The Portmote or Court Leet Records of the Borough or Town and Royal Manor of Salford, from the Year 1597 to the Year 1669 Inclusive Volume 46

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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. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ...a way through his meadowe The Jury doe finde that James Johnson is seized on some lands in right of his wife and is come in to doe his suit and service. The Jury doe order M'-Nicholas Hawett for entertaineinge a Stranger Thomas Adkinson that if hee doe not remove wihin a moneth hee shall stay upon the paine of paying five pounds and soe much for every moneth as hee shall stay longer. The Jury doe order M'-Willm Sunderland for entertaineing a Stranger Thomas Wharmbie that if hee doe not remove wlhin a moneth hee shall stay uppon the paine of payinge five pounds and soe much for every moneth as hee shall stay longer. The Jury doe alsoe order that Willm Coalsie for entertaineinge a Stranger John Jackson that if hee doe not remove wlhin a moneth hee shall stay upon ye paine of payinge ffiftie shillings and soe much for every moneth as hee shall stay longer. The Jury doe order Thomas Cranage and his mother Katherine Cranage for entertainin a Stranger Thomas Butler that if hee doe not remove within a moneth hee shall stay upon (the pain) of payinge ffiftie shillings and soe much ffor every moneth as hee shall stay longer. The Jury doe order Henry Wrigley Esqr for entertaining a Stranger Raph Dowson that if hee doe not remove wlhin.a moneth hee shall stay upon the paine of payinge ffive pounds and soe much for every moneth as hee shall stay longer. The Jury doe order M'-John Byrom for entertaining a Stranger Thomas Wharmbie th'elder that if hee doe not remove within a moneth hee shall stay upon the paine of payinge ffiftie shillings and soe much for every moneth as hee shall stay longer. The Jury doe order that if ffrancis Birch shall remove and take away the Swine cote wch hee hath built upon the Waste wlhin a moneth or else it stands...show more

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  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 132g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236778510
  • 9781236778512