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  • n. Obsolete form of sergeancy.


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  • We will not by reason of any small serjeancy which anyone may hold of us by the service of rendering to us knives, arrows, or the like, have wardship of his heir or of the land which he holds of another lord by knight's service.

    The Magna Carta


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