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commencement, the language used is French, but soon English and French are mingled together in a strange way. The last account, that of John Langewith, 23 Henry VI., is entirely in English. The title of the Company at first is

wife, confirming once more the old league with the English. If this takes place, they have talked of treating with the Earl of Warwick to restore King Henry in England, and the ambassador of the old queen of England is

a pair of legge herneys......Also to Henre my son an aburioun, a ketil hatte " ('Earliest English Wills,' ed. by Dr. Furnivall, Early English Text Society, p. 19). 3 Coat-armour; a linen covering worn over the armour on which was

from serving on juries, owing to defective eyesight and increasing old age. Exoneracio Ric'i "Loxelee" civis et Spicere London'. The same day, Richard Loxlee, "spicer," similarly discharged owing to increasing old age. Folio ccxiv b. Custodia puerorum Rogeri Cringelford nuper

of the bishopric, the University of Glasgow addressed a letter to the superiors of the Scotch College, on 1 May (old style), 1738, in which, among other things, they requested to be allowed, at their own charge, to obtain a

of English origin or formation is considerable, though still inferior to that of French names. But the gr eater part of French surnames of this kind may be looked upon as in reality English. The English or partly English occupational

ensuring a sup ply of stores and merchandize at Harfleur. 4 Henry V. A.D. 1416. Letter-Book I. fol. clxxviii. (OldEnglish.) A Crye made for comune passage toward Hareflieu.- 10 " Be ther proclamacioun made, that alle manere of men,

aisles with their high vaulting were carried into the old bay by taking down the old vaulting; and, whilst retaining the Norman piers of the main arcade, the slender Early English shafts were inserted and built against the piers and

the origin of tithings, all our authorities agree in tracing it to the oldEnglish institution of Frankpledge, by which every free adult of twelve years old or upwards was bound to enrol himself in association with ten or twelve

trading privileges The English trader was not to be allowed to compete with the English vintners in Gascony lest by absorbing all the available supply he should prevent the Gascon vintner coming to compete with the English vintner in England

allowed thenceforth to apply a whole "quarter" of new leather to old boots or shoes, either above or beneath, in front or behind, provided that the rest remained of old leather. Folio cvi b. Restitucio Will'i Kyngescote ad officium suum

cousin Ellen Reynoldes 'one old Angell of gold.' Executrix, wife Anne; overseers, cousin Richard Betenson, gentleman, and Stephen Crosse, of London, 'vyntner,' to Richard a ring of gold worth 20 s . and to Stephen 'one old Angell and my

on the pillory, & c. 4 English. Proclamacio. Proclamation at Christmas forbidding night-walking, "mommyng," plays, and interludes, the wearing of false beards and masks, and ordering the hanging out of lanterns, & c. 5 English. 31 Aug., 7 Henry V.

all the English merchants in Bruges, and thus cut the connection between the English wool supply and its principal market Soon afterwards the Francophil nobles of Flanders, by occupying the island of Cadsand, stopped the approaches of English shipping, not

paid Richard forty marks, each side being bound to the other in 100 l . for performance of the covenants. English . 1500. Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing writings, 4 July. 1165 Andrew Dymmock, baron of the exchequer, and

treated in two ways. The rules, lists of members and accounts, which are mainly in English, have been transcribed in full, as too have English entries in the cartulary. The rest of the cartulary has been calendared. The following conventions

to Cardinal Federigo Borromeo. Always grateful for the cardinal's great favour to him when he was Rector of the English College at Rome and the cardinal's chaplain. Sends his congratulations upon the new dignity, which the pope has conferred on

Talamone , 492. Talker , Richard, merchant of London, 238. Tana , wool of, 24. Tanfield , Nicholas, of the English company in Italy, 85. Tarado , Marco, 238. Taunton , Archdeacon of, Sir Oliver King, 583. Taverna , Ambrosio.

William and his assignes from the discesse of the said William Hansard during the noneage of the said Elizabethe.' Indenture. English . Bristol. A. 12505. Feoffment by Miles ( Milo ) Partriche, of Almondisburye Hill, co. Gloucester, knight, and Hugh

. to John Mapurley, Hugh Smyth, John Goteham, and Robert Ratcliff . . . July, 2 Richard III. Endorsed in English with condition for the observance by the mayor, burgesses, and commonalty of Notingham of the terms of an award

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