Legal documents -- England -- Early works to 1800
Found in 5 records:
This collection of miscellaneous documents, written between the 13th to 19th centuries, mostly relate to land and property transactions and maintenance in England. The bulk of the documents are dated from the 16th through 19th centuries. The remaining documents concern legal and official matters, family papers, probate and wills, and accounts and business. The documents pertain to many of the counties in England, as well as some matters taking place in other parts of the British Isles.
This collection consists of a single legal document, an agreement whereby the lands of Sir Roger Lasceles are divided amongst his four daughters: Joan, wife of Thomas de Coiwen; Avis, wife of Robert le Conestable; Maud, wife of Robert de Tilliol; and Theophania, wife of Ralph son of Ranulph.
Collection of volumes and loose items pertaining to the Star Chamber, a court that existed in England at the Palace of Westminster from approximately the 15th century through 1641, when it was abolished by the Long Parliament.
Includes an article of impeachment brought by the English House of Commons against Strafford, with his answers, and proofs for each article, as well as a brief of the charge against him and his answer.