2 edition of Catalogue of records remaining in the office of the King"s Remembrancer of the Exchequer. found in the catalog.
Catalogue of records remaining in the office of the King"s Remembrancer of the Exchequer.
Exchequer. King"s Remembrancer.
1835 in (London .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||28|
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English Medieval Legal Documents Database. Catalogue of Records Remaining in the Office of the King's Remembrancer of the Exchequer. Exchequer of Receipt, Receipt and Issues Rolls. List of Foreign Accounts, Enrolled on the Great Rolls of the Exchequer, Preserved in the Public Record Office Author: Paul Moorman.
From the 16th century the number of sections diminished, with ultimately the Recorda only remaining by the time the Exchequer ceased to be an accounting department in The rolls continued to record legal business and conveyances after the rolls of the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer ceased when the office was abolished.
The Queen's and Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer is an officer in Scotland who represents the Crown's interests in bona vacantia, ultimus haeres and treasure trove. The Q<R holds two offices, both instituted at the foundation of the Court of Exchequer in and which were joined in The Queen's Remembrancer was the chief executive officer of the Exchequer under the Barons of.
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Documents Illustrative Of English History In The Thirteenth And Fourteenth Centuries - Selected From The Records Of The Department Of The Author: Henry Cole. Exchequer, in British history, the government department that was responsible for receiving and dispersing the public word derives from the Latin scaccarium, “chessboard,” in reference to the checkered cloth on which the reckoning of revenues took place.
The Exchequer was constituted as a distinct government agency by Henry I at the beginning of the 12th century. Documents illustrative of English history in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries: selected from the records of the Department of the Queen's Remembrancer of the Exchequer by Great Britain.
Exchequer; Great Britain. Record Commission; Cole, Henry, Sir, Pages: "For the Clearing of All Such Titles, And Questions" Powell, Thomas [??]. Direction for Search of Records Remaining in the Chancerie. Tower. Exchequer, With the Limnes thereof: Viz. The Kings Remembrancer. Lord Treasurers Remembrancer.
Clarke of the Extreats. Pipe. Auditors. The First Fruits. Augmentation of the Revenue. Kings Bench. The database forms the primary means of searching the class of records known as "King's Remembrancer, particulars of account and other records relating to lay and clerical taxation", or, more conveniently, by the series, E The database now contains detailed descriptions of.
George was an apprentice under Charles Piper at the Kings Rembrancers Office Holdens London Directory - George Vanderzee Attorney, Kings Remembrancer's Office Exchequer. London Law List PRO - listed George Vanderzee Attorney, Kings Remembrancer's Office Exchequer.
Full text of "Domesday Book: A Popular Account of the Exchequer Manuscript So Called, with " See other formats. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : Direction for search of records remaining in the chancerie.
Tower. Exchequer, with the limnes thereof viz. The Kings remembrancer. Lord Treasurers remembrancer. Clarke of the Extreats. Pipe. Auditors. The first fruits. Augmentation of the reuenue.
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The rolls for Edward I. and Edward II. are among the Exchequer records, and the remainder are in the chancery. Of these rolls and files, and of certain pleadings found in the records of the King's Remembrancer, the Record Commission published what was meant to be a complete reprint.
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Documents And Records Illustrating The History Of Scotland, And The Transactions Between The Crowns Of Scotland And EnglandAuthor: Francis Palgrave.
"Calendar Of Documents Relating to Scotland Preserved In Her Majesty's Public Record Office, London" Volumes One to Four [ To ] by Joseph Bain F.S.A Scotland. and "Calendar Of Documents Relating to Scotland Preserved In The Public Record Office and British Library" Volume Five (Supplementary) [ To ] by Grant G.
Simpson M.A., Ph. Half title: Exchequer of the Jews. "Preserved in the Public Record Office and the British Museum."--V. At head of title, v. The Jewish Historical Society of England. Vol. 3 edited by Hilary Jenkinson; v. 4 edited by H.G. Richardson. Treasury warrant to the King's Remembrancer in the Exchequer.
To take the security of John Savary - Prefixing:—Certificate to the Treasury by George Arbuthnot, sworn attorney in the office of His Majesty's Remembrancer (in the absence of the Remembrancer and his Deputy), as to sufficiency of said security. Warrants not relating to Money XXVI.
Athenæ Oxonienses. Vol. an exact history of all the writers and bishops who have had their education in the most ancient and famous University of Oxford, from the fifteenth year of King Henry the Seventh, Dom.to the end of the year representing the birth, fortune, preferment, and death of all those authors and prelates, the great accidents of their lives, and the fate and.
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Exchequer Of The Jews. Papers of the More family of Loseley Park, Surrey, (bulk ) Folger MSS L.b 22 boxes ( items) Folger Shakespeare Library Consists of papers collected by the More family of Loseley Park, Surrey, dealing largely with: the Offices of the Tents and of the Revels under Sir Thomas Cawarden (d); property in Blackfriars, London, owned by Cawarden and later by his.
There is no doubt that the major part of the manuscript is the book of particulars mentioned in the account of William Soper in the enrolled Foreign Accounts of the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer for the corresponding period. It should therefore form part of the class of Accounts Various (Exchequer) in the Public Record Office.
A bonfire. From the Richmond Whig we learn that the abolition publications remaining in the Richmond Post office, were on Saturday taken out and publicly burned in the main street, under the superintendence of the Post Office Committee.
Ohio seems to be right on the abolition subject. Calendar of documents relating to Scotland: preserved in the Public Record Office and the British Library. Vol. 5 (supplementary), A.D.
Scottish Record Office. Class E /, Exchequer: Augmentation Office, Ancient Deeds, Series B records a r elease by Jo hn Hogekyn, brother and heir of Robert Hogekyn, late Rector of the church of St.
Bridget, to Jo hn Don and Jo hn Eliot, of all his right in the Manors of Robertiston and Nolton, the reversion of which Thomas Perrot, Knight, and Alice his late wife. Clifford developed a plan to bridge the funds gap: he advised Charles to have recourse to a stop of the exchequer.
This step, whereby all payments out of the treasury on all debts, warrants, orders, or securities were suspended for twelve months, essentially cancelled most of the King’s bills, and gave the King a ready supply of funds.
Calendar of the Charter Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office: Edward I, Edward II. Great Britain. Public Record Office Preview this book REPORTs of THE DEPUTY KEEPER of THE PUBLIC RECORDs REPORTs of THE DEPUTY KEEPER of THE PUBLIC RECoRDs. We can be confident about the authenticity of this entry as the information comes from the Records of the Exchequer held at the National Archives at Kew in London [Ref: PRO:E//8].
These were the “Port Books” completed by the Kings Remembrancer and they recorded the head of each group that embarked (36). Anthony Eames name appears on. Carrying Treasury warrants for taking Receivers General's securities to the King's Remembrancer's Office and there receiving the bonds and dedimuses sealed up by a sworn attorney of said Office, transmitting same to Commissioners appointed to take said security in the country and seeing to returns of same upon oath.
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A New Edition, greatly enlarged and corrected to the present time. By the Original Editor. With an Appendix (London: Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange, ). Legal definition for HELL: The name formerly given to a place under the exchequer chamber, where the king's debtors were confined.
Rich. Dict. Volume January 9-Ap Pages Calendar of Treasury Papers and likewise as to the condition of the records in the Exchequer in general.
deputy in the Pipe Office, M r Harding, deputy in the Kings' Remembrancer's Office, M r Plaxton, deputy in the office of the Treasurer's Remembrancer, and M r Jett, one of the.
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Fine tipped in plates, some still protected by their tissue guards. Many interesting contemporary adverts. Calendar of Documents Relating to Scotland Preserved in Her Majesty's Public Record Office, London: A. - Ebook written by Great Britain.
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Description. In the tomb of King John at Worcester Cathedral was opened at the prompting of the engraver Valentine Green (–). Green had written a history of the city of Worcester, and had come to doubt previous descriptions of the tomb and its contents, among which was a long-standing contention that John had been buried elsewhere within the church.
INTRODUCTION by H. MALDEN, M.A. The seven hundredth anniversary of the granting of the Great Charter by King John occurred in June, Some kind of celebration of the event was so likely to be undertaken that the Royal Historical Society determined that if such took place at all it should be directed by competent persons, and early in organized a Committee for a due commemoration.
88 Red Book of the Exchequer, ed. Hall, vol. 3, This would have been a distinct advantage for records of an office like the exchequer that, even as late as the fourteenth century, continued to migrate between London and Exchequer: King’s Remembrancer: Records relating to Feudal Tenure and Distraint of Knighthood: E /1/3 E /2.
This book is made up of six sections, each section with a varying number of foliations, all bound together, in its present form, as one volume, with the above spine title, in by (to quote.This book describes the nature of English historical records over the period It surveys the records created by the state, the estates of landlords, and the Church.
The work arises from an intensive research project (), which involved the manual and computerised analysis of all the surviving records for two parishes, in.Transcript. 1 LONDON METROPOLITAN ARCHIVES Page 1 CORPORATION OF LONDON COL Reference Description Dates ARCHIVES ANCIENT CALENDARS COL/AC/01/ Husting, Court of Deeds and Wills: Calendars c.
- Restricted access: Unfit for etc. consultation Alphabet of Names temp. Henry III - Edward III. Please use microfilm Alphabet dated c (info. Dr. G. Martin.