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  • & Ecclefia noftra Mogunt. in feodum Caftrenfe di -

    Subsidia diplomatica ad selecta juris Ecclesiastici Germaniae: et historiarum capita elucidanda ...

  • _feodum_ in the barbarous Latin of the Feudists; that it is a word which signifies a salary or a maintenance, as did originally the English word

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 12 (of 12)

  • Ecclesiam de Dorkemefeld et ipsum manerium cum socba sacha et tol et theam et infan - genethrop cam omnibus aliis pertinentiis et hbertatibus suis in bosco piano prati's et pascuis que memoratus Bex Henrious predecessor tuo et ecolesie Bathoniensi reddidit concessit et carta sua confirmavit ejus successor Henricus rex secundus similiter eandem tibi concessit et reddidit cum domibus Wintiiome et carta propria confirmavit sicut jus tuum et ecclesia ta% tenendum in libera et perpetua etemosyna; feodum etiam de Dinra qnod idem rex tibi reddidit et eodesise tufe et carta sua confirmavit, quod Henricus de Tille cum ecclesia de Dochemefeld et ipso manerio in curia memorati regis tibi et ecclesie tue quiete damavit Apud Gatinton terram de salinis et ipaas salinas et omnes pertinentes in nova foresta et duas bidas in Cherleton.

    Archaeologia, or, Miscellaneous tracts relating to antiquity [microform]

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