3 edition of Inquests and indictments from late fourteenth century Buckinghamshire found in the catalog.
Inquests and indictments from late fourteenth century Buckinghamshire
|Statement||edited by Lesley Boatwright.|
|Series||Buckinghamshire Record Society publications ;, v. 29, Buckinghamshire Record Society (Series) ;, v. 29.|
|Contributions||Boatwright, Lesley., Buckinghamshire Record Society.|
|LC Classifications||CS435.B8 I58 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxvi, 336 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||97128135|
Studies of London in the first half of the 14th century determined a homicide rate of 36 to 52 per , people per year. By contrast, the homicide rate in . It is, of course, otiose to use largely anecdotal evidence from the late fourteenth century to explain high levels of homicide in the early seventeenth: but it would seem likely that Cheshire’s relatively recent formal integration into the English state and its military tradition may have exercised a lingering influence in the early.
Year Books of the Reign of Edward the Third, in the late thirteenth to early fourteenth century. London Eyre of , ed. Helena M. Chew and Martin Weinbaum (Leicester, UK: London Record Society, vol. 6, ); and Inquests and Indictments from Late Fourteenth Century Buckinghamshire. Records of the Court of Exchequer from the reigns of Henry III to Edward III. Digitized book. (13thth century) Issues of the Exchequer; Being a Collection of Payments Made Out of His Majesty's Revenue, From King Henry III to King Henry VI Inclusive (13thth century; English).
By the fourteenth century, authority for local law-enforcement derived primarily from the Statute of Winchester (), which, although essentially a codification of much earlier measures, encompassed instructions on the communities' obligations regarding the possession of weapons and maintenance of the king's peace. Ibid., p. Second presentment at the county court may have occurred in the first part of the thirteenth century. For examples of trials based directly on presentments made to coroners, see Wiltshire Gaol Delivery and Trailbaston Trials –, ed. Ralph B. Pugh, Wiltshire Record Society, vol. 33 (Devizes, ), cases , , , , , ; A Cambridgeshire Gaol Delivery Roll.
The Oxford sausage
Anatolian Iron Ages 6
Memoir of Roger Brooke Taney, LL. D., chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States
Mathematics with applications in the management, natural, and social sciences
Industrial development policies and issues
Accounting treatment of software.
Heavy lorries in London
What happens at an animal hospital
Essays and lectures on the religions of the Hindus.
Hitlers intelligence chief
Harmony in Action
Get this from a library. Inquests and indictments from late fourteenth century Buckinghamshire: the Superior Eyre of Michaelmas at High Wycombe.
Volume 29 Inquests and Indictments from Late Fourteenth Century Buckinghamshire. edited with an introduction by Lesley Boatwright +lvxi pp () The "superior eyre" held at Wycombe in by the court of Kings Bench on one of its infrequent visits outside Westminster is the subject of this volume.
Vol. 29 Inquests and Indictments from Late Fourteenth Century Buckinghamshire; Vol. 30 Buckinghamshire Glebe Terriers, ; Vol. 31 Recollections of Nineteenth Century Buckinghamshire; Vol. 32 Index to Probate Records of the Archdeaconry Court of Buckingham,and of the Buckinghamshire Peculiars, Oxfam Bookshop Henley-on-Thames Buckinghamshire Record Society No.
Near fine, pages including index. Weight g. Ref. Size: 4to - over 9" - 12" tall. See Oxfam website for. Inquests and indictments from late fourteenth century Buckinghamshire The Superior Eyre of Michaelmas at High Wycombe. By L Boatwright and Buckinghamshire Record Society (United Kingdom) law enforcement, penal administration, Inquests and indictments from late fourteenth century Buckinghamshire.
The Book of Remembrance of Southampton, ed. H.W. Gidden. 3 vols. (Southampton, ) Bucks Inquests Inquests and Indictments from late 14th century Buckinghamshire: The superior Eyre of Michaelmas at High Wycombe, (Bucks.
'An account book of Thomas Wharton, 5th Baron Wharton (iI7I5)', Rec. Bucks., 36 (I), pp. Bielenberg, A., 'Mechanised linen manufacture in Limerick in i some clues to the external economies.
Buckinghamshire Record Society - Volume 29 - Inquests and Indictments from Fourteenth Century Buckinghamshire: Boatwright, Lesley [editor] Buckinghamshire Record Society: Buckinghamshire Record Society - Volume 30 - Buckinghamshire Glebe Terriers Reed, Michael [editor] Buckinghamshire Record Society: Medieval Law By Sara M.
Butler; posted 17 April This is intended to be a list of primary sources in print for students who are writing history papers, for professors who are trying to find sources for their students, and for those who are simply interested in.
BOATWRiGHT, l, ed, Inquests and indictments from late fourteenth century Buckinghamshire: the Superior Eyre of Michaelmas g at High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire Record Soc, Aylesbury. brown, r a, The Norman Conquest of England: sources and documents, Boydell, Woodbridge.
carroll, r a, Printed maps of LincolnshireLincoln Record. Buckinghamshire forthcoming inquests. Update due to coronavirus. For the period up to and including 30 Septemberthe Coroner's Court will only be open for inquests listed on the forthcoming inquest list.
At all other times it will be closed to the public. Inquests and Indictments from Late Fourteenth Century Buckinghamshire: The Superior Eyre of Michaelmas at High Wycombe I also reviewed the following archival. Year Book, Eyre of Derby Edward III.
Being the Reports of Cases Heard Before William of Herle and His Fellows, Justices Itinerant at Derbyshire in Edward III () Inquests and Indictments From Late Fourteenth Century Buckinghamshire: the Superior Eyre of Michaelmas at High Wycombe.
Buckinghamshire Dissent and Parish Life, – Inquests and Indictments from Late Fourteenth Century Buckinghamshire: Buckinghamshire Glebe Terriers, – Recollections of Nineteenth Century Buckinghamshire: Index to Probate Records of the Archdeaconry Court of Buckingham, –, and of the.
Browse other indictment files which may contain inquests in KB 9, KB 12 and KB London and Middlesex indictments (–) Look in KB 10 for any inquests which may be found among the London and Middlesex indictments. Coroners’ records from other courts (–). Bucks F., see under FINES. Bucks Inquests and Indictments: Inquests and Indictments from late fourteenth century Buckinghamshire: the superior eyre of at High Wycombe, ed.
Boatwright (Buckinghamshire Record Soci ). Burton, J. E., `The election of Joan Fletcher as prioress of Baysdale, ', BIB, I (8), Inquests and Indictments – Inquests and Indictments from Late Fourteenth Century Buckinghamshire: The Superior Eyre of Michaelmas at High Wycombe, ed.
Boatwright (Chippenham, ). JBS – Journal of British Studies JMH – Journal of Medieval History. Inquests and Indictments from Late Fourteenth Century Buckinghamshire The Football Association A Source Book Sharing the Passion – Conversations with Coaches.
former's researches span the late seventeenth century, the latter's the early eighteenth. In Buckinghamshire, while the Quarter Sessional order books are relatively complete and readable from tothe sessional rolls for the Assizes are very.
Inquests and indictments from late fourteenth century Buckinghamshire: the Superior Eyre of Michaelmas at High Wycombe.
Book.The language of compulsory service also seeped into other sorts of indictments; see, for example, the outlawry of the brothers William and John Hore in Inquests and Indictments from Late Fourteenth Century Buckinghamshire, ed.
Boatwright, (case ). It was also applied to offenders in lesser courts, as in the Walsham le Willows case.Inquests and Indictments from Late Fourteenth Century Buckinghamshire; The Football Association A Source Book; Spices; Honeybee and Garden Ant; Engineering Golfing Society ; A History of the Culden Faw Estate – Culham, Hambleden and Fawley – Past to Present; Tulip Fever – Signed; Mirrored Heavens.