3 edition of Chancery patent rolls 10, 11 James I calendar. found in the catalog.
Chancery patent rolls 10, 11 James I calendar.
Great Britain. Court of Chancery.
Reprint of records deposited in the Public Record Office.
|Series||[Publications] - List and Index Society ; v. 134, List & Index Society (Series) ;, v. 134.|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Public Record Office.|
|LC Classifications||KD590 .C46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 314 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||77366570|
HathiTrust includes all of the volumes (most are on this record). The links below now go to HathiTrust. Within HathiTrust, you can search volume by volume or you may build a collection and limit your search to the collection. Browse through a volume. Henry III, vol. 1 Henry III, vol. 2 Henry III, vol. 3 Public Record Office: Calendar of the Patent rolls preserved in the Public record office: Edward II, / (London: Printed for H. M. Stationery off., by Eyre and Spottiswoode, ), also by R. F. Isaacson, J. G. Black, Robert Copp Fowler, Gustave Frederick Handcock, Henry Churchill Maxwell Lyte, England. Sovereign (
Calendar of the Patent Rolls Preserved in the PRO, – (9 vols., London, –13) A Calendar of the Register of Henry Wakefield, Bishop of Worcester, –, ed. W. P. Marrett (Worcestershire Historical Society, NS, 8, ). Bibliography "A list of the patent rolls then extant was printed by the commissioners in the supplement to their 8th report; the portion of this referring to the reign of James I .
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England and Wales. Court of Chancery. & Scottish Record Office.Chancery patent rolls 9 James I calendar Swift London. Calendar of the patent and close rolls of Chancery in Ireland, of the reign of Charles the First. First to eighth year, inclusive ().
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Calendar of the patent and close rolls of chancery in Ireland by Ireland. High Court of Chancery; Great Britain. Public Record : Includes (pp ) the portion relating to the reign of James I of a list of the patent rolls then extant in the supplement to the 8th report of the Record Commissioners.
Cover title: Calendar of the Irish patent rolls of James I. Other Titles Calendar of the Irish patent rolls of James : Great Britain.
Calendar of the Patent Rolls, Henry VII, vol. 2: (London, ). Internet Archive Google Books HathiTrust FamilySearch Great Britain. Calendar of the Patent Rolls, Edward VI, vol. 1: (London, ). Internet Archive Google Books HathiTrust Family Search.
Calendar of the Patent Rolls. Edward I  (42ndth Reports of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records; ) List of entries omitted from the main series of calendars.
The Patent Rolls of Henry VIII () are included in the Calendar of Letters and. – The post rolls have not been published as full texts, but in calendar form (i.e.
as comprehensive English summaries, with all significant details included). Between and53 volumes of calendars were published, under the title Calendar of Patent Rolls, covering the years to – Consequently, the Irish chancery rolls are notably eclectic in their contents, and many items that in England would have been hived off into other classes of record―charters, fines, writs of liberate, writs of parliamentary summons, even the occasional return from an inquisition post mortem―are found instead on patent rolls or close rolls.
Calendar of the Patent rolls preserved in the Public record office. London, Printed for H.M. Stationery Off., by Eyre and Spottiswoode, (OCoLC) Online version: Great Britain. Public Record Office.
Calendar of the Patent rolls preserved in the Public record office. Fromenrolled copies of charters issued survive with the records of Chancery, in C These may include the text of earlier grants in confirmations, as do the Cartae Antiquae Rolls in C Published Latin transcripts exist for most of the Charter Rolls for King John’s reign (–) in the Rotuli Chartarum (Record Commission.
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Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland, of the Reigns of Henry VIII., Edward VI., Mary, and Elizabeth : Volume 2 of Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland, of the Reigns of Henry VIII., Edward VI., Mary, and Elizabeth, Ireland.
Chancery: Author: Ireland. Chancery: Editor: James Morrin. Great Britain. Court of Chancery: Calendar of the Patent rolls preserved in the Public record office: Edward II, / (London: Printed for H. Stationery off., by Eyre and Spottiswoode, ), also by Great Britain Public Record Office, R.
Isaacson, J. Black, Robert Copp Fowler, Gustave Frederick Handcock, Henry Churchill. I only needed to go to page so I never noticed the book ended abruptly. There is another set of volumes of the patent rolls of James I: "A Repertory of the Inrolments on the Patent Rolls of Chancery in Ireland, Commencing with the Reign of King James I.
Vol. 1, Part 1"Editor:John Caillard Erck, Beforedenization was recorded in the Patent Rolls. Letters Patent were also used as a mechanism for registering inventions, hence the later exclusive association with the registering and protecting an invention.
The University of Reading is leading a project to calendar further rolls. Also see Charter Rolls Close Rolls Court of Chancery. The K. has learned, by petition of prior James and the convent of St Patrick of Holmepatrik, co. Dublin, that the island of Lambay is situated within the space of three miles and the body of the said county; and that it is adorned round about in its coast with various places for the receiving of ships, in which pirates frequently land in secret [etc.].Sir Francis Gofton (died ) was an English courtier and administrator.
He was an auditor of royal accounts and jewels, Chief Auditor of the Imprest from and Auditor of Mint from August Gofton acquired the manor of Heathrow, and houses in Stockwell and West was often called "Auditor Gofton".
Irish patent rolls of James I: facsimile of the Irish RecordCommission's calendar, prepared prior to [by George Hatchell]Stationery Office, for the Irish Manuscripts Commission in .