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- n. Plural form of eyre.
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And alle be it that the charboncle zeve lyght right y now, natheles at alle tymes brennethe a vesselle of cristalle fulle of bawme, for to zeven gode smelle, and odour to the emperour, and to voyden awey alle wykkede eyres and corrupciouns.
Regis_, while the rolls of the local eyres for the same period are called _Assize Rolls_.
His reign was one of the longest in English history and encompassed a huge amount of administrative and political change - the beginning of the Hundred Years 'War, the growth of Parliament as an institution, the transition from judicial eyres as were held by his grandfather Edward I and before him Henry II and the Conqueror to a magistracy based in local communities and the centralisation of the English state.
For he shall be Erl of Gloucestre and his eyres, I wis. '"
Com., fol., 1818), is a record of local eyres of particular importance for the reign of Edward I. as the corollary of the Hundred Rolls and the attack on the local franchises.