Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester Volume 63

Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester Volume 63

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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. 1864 edition. Excerpt: ...make it clean, or cause the same to be made clean from time to time, 44. Also, that no manner of persons, whatsoever they be, shall in no wise have their horses, mares or cattles to the intent to beate bait or fodder them in the streets Butchers' nuisances. '7 See Prefatory Chapter, p. 33, and note 31, p. 34. there, before any man's house or shop, to be hurtful or noysome to any the neighbours, or dwellers there, sub pena every horse or mare (we mean the owners thereof) every time so offending, one penny to the ofiicer called Catchpoll, and further to be amerced or cessed at the lord's pleasure. from or after the feast of St. Martin the Bishop November 11 next, to go abroad in the street, unless it be to drive them immediately to the cote or from the cote, I4. The jury present that they know none that doth brew or bake f1', f _"; _'=' "4 ale and bread, but they break the assize, contrary to or against the statute; wherefore they present every of them to be offenders The catchpoll hath not done his duty concerning the swine, Th= wchpoll according to the order before in that case provided. The jury present that all bakers and brewers within this manor have offended and broken the assizc. The jury find that the birlamen of the Deansgate have not done their duty, 44 each. The jury find that Robert Clayden is the hyre heir of one Clayden. house &c. in the town of Manchester, called Cleyden Hall, and that he shall be presented burgess at the next court, if there be not suflicient matter showed here in court to the contrary." Q The Cleydens of Cleyden Hall in the parish of Manchester were an old' local family; one branch of which was seated at Tawnton or Tongton Hall, in the...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236747909
  • 9781236747907