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charter rollsの例文

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  • Its collection includes the 14th Century Waterford Charter Roll.
  • As chancellor, Walter began the keeping of the Charter Roll, a record of all charters issued by the chancery.
  • In 1199, the chancery began to keep the Charter Rolls, a record of all the charters issued by the office.
  • King Edward I ( 1272 & ndash; 1307 ) a market and free warren as the following entry in the Charter Rolls records:
  • The place-name'Hartburn'is first attested in Charter Rolls of 1198, where it appears as " Herteburne ".
  • The place-name'Stockbridge'is first attested in Charter Rolls of 1239, where it appears as " Stocbrigge ".
  • The place-name'Woolsington'is first attested in Charter Rolls of 1204, where it appears as " Wlsinton ".
  • It is recorded in the Wiltshire Charter Rolls of 1199 as " Bultiford " and as " Bultesforda " in 1270.
  • The correct date for the grant seems to be 22 November 1320 ( according to the Charter Rolls, 14 Edward II, no . 15 ).
  • Not only did this reduce forgeries, it led to the establishment of the Charter Roll, an administrative copy of all charters issued and confirmed by the government.
  • It appears as " Ragherethe " in the Feet of Fines for 1240, and as " Raureth " in the Charter Rolls of 1267.
  • The most solemn grants of lands and privileges were issued, not as letters patent, but as charters, and were entered on the separate series of Charter Rolls.
  • Neville oversaw a number of changes in chancery procedures, splitting off the liberate rolls from the letters close in 1226 and reviving the keeping of the charter rolls in 1227.
  • The design was first used to preface the great Charter Roll of Richard II, executed in Waterford in 1394, three quarters of a century before the O'Driscoll engagement.
  • Before 1278 there were Coram Rege Rolls ( from 1194 ), Fine Rolls ( from 1199 ), Charter Rolls ( from 1199 ), Patent Rolls ( from 1202 ) and Close Rolls ( from 1205 ).
  • Signaling advances in at least some of those areas, allies are scheduled Thursday to sign " letters of intent " committing them to charter roll-on-roll-of ferries and other cargo ships to boost the alliances outreach ability.
  • This system was modelled on that which Hubert Walter had introduced into the chancery, with separate registers for each archdeaconry, and registers, or rolls, for charters and memoranda, much like the Charter Roll or Memoranda Roll of the royal chancery.
  • The place-name'Ilderton'is first attested in Charter Rolls of circa 1125 as " Ildretona ", and as " Hildreton " during the reign of elder town or settlement', the word'elder'referring to the tree of that name.
  • The village appears as " Rode " in the Domesday Book, but the spelling was labile from an early date : it is " Roda " in assize rolls of 1201, " la Rode " in a charter roll of 1230; by the 18th century " Road " was regarded as the usual form.
  • The Charter Rolls for the years 1199 to 1216 were published as abbreviated Latin texts ( in a near-facsimile of the manuscripts, employing a special " record type " typeface ) by the Record Commission in 1837, in a large Calendars ( summaries ) of the rolls from 1226 to 1516 were published in six volumes by the Public Record Office between 1903 and 1927.