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"Placita Reginæ", 1576, 1590–1591

MS. Rawl. C. 703, fols. 36, 37, 38

  • Request

Three sessions-cases:

  1. Against Thomas Rogers, of Ockham, Surrey, for stopping up a high-way there, 1591.
  2. Against Brian Darcy, of Tolleshunt, Essex, for non-repair of a bridge at Witham, to which he is bound by the tenure of his manor of Bennyngtons; 1576.
  3. Against Edward Snelling for murdering in the house of Walter Browne, gentleman, in Paternoster Row, one Rob. Barlee who had won a cloak of him at the game called "tables;" 1590–1591.


  • Creation: 1576, 1590–1591


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Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Rawl. C. 703, fols. 36, 37, 38


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