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This article features a transcription of a [[Folger Shakespeare Library]] [[Manuscripts (disambiguation)|manuscript]],Treatises on English Law,  [http://hamnet.folger.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=231375 V.b.9], (1576), featured in the ''[[Age of Lawyers]]''  Exhibition, September 12, 2015-January 3, 2016.
  
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In early modern England, rights and customs were not simply based on laws, court cases, or a person's social status. They could also be tied to a place of residence—in this case the City, or Liberty, of London, that small part of London corresponding to the original city.
 
 
[http://hamnet.folger.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=231375 V.b.9]
 
 
 
This article features a transcription of a [[Folger Shakespeare Library]] [[Manuscripts (disambiguation)|manuscript]],Treatises on English Law, V.b.9, featured in the ''[[Age of Lawyers]]''  Exhibition, September 12, 2015-January 3, 2016.
 
  
 
== Transcriptions ==
 
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And he that setteth vp any hereafter  
 
And he that setteth vp any hereafter  
  
shall forfett x<sup>li</sup> fo 35 a li''bro'' albo 11 Henry 3 '''note: Eleventh year of Henry III’s reign: 28th October 1226 – 27th October 1227 '''
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shall forfett x<sup>li</sup> fo 35 a li''bro'' albo 11 Henry 3  
  
 
Kedell''es'' and weres  
 
Kedell''es'' and weres  
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<nowiki>  </nowiki>in that behalf as doth belonge to the kynge  
 
<nowiki>  </nowiki>in that behalf as doth belonge to the kynge  
  
Li''bro'' albo fo 39 b / I E''dward'' I / '''note: First year of Edward I’s reign: 20th November 1272 – 20th November 1273 (The Regnal years of Edward I changed at noon 20th November each year; the day and hour of his father’s death) '''
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Li''bro'' albo fo 39 b / I E''dward'' I /  
  
 
Liberties and free Customes  
 
Liberties and free Customes  
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grannted to the Cytie Libro albo fo 35 bc  
 
grannted to the Cytie Libro albo fo 35 bc  
  
11 H''enry'' 3 et 37 H''enry'' 3 / '''note: Eleventh year of Henry III’s reign: 28th October 1226 – 27th October 1227 and thirty seventh year of Henry III’s reign: 28th October 1252 – 27th October 1253'''
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11 H''enry'' 3 et 37 H''enry'' 3 /  
  
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>Liberties and frannchesies  
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>Liberties and frannchesies  
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to the Contrary notw''i''thstanding Li''bro'' albo 40  
 
to the Contrary notw''i''thstanding Li''bro'' albo 40  
  
a b, I E''dward'' I / '''note: First year of Edward I’s reign: 20th November 1272 – 20th November 1273 (The Regnal years of Edward I changed at noon 20th November each year; the day and hour of his father’s death)'''
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a b, I E''dward'' I / <br>
  
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>Liberties confirmed  
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>Liberties confirmed  
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All manner of liberties grannted by kynge  
 
All manner of liberties grannted by kynge  
  
H the 3 are confirmed by El''izabe''th th''e'' I A''nn''o 12 '''note: Twelfth year of Elizabeth I’s reign: 17th November 1569 – 16th November 1570'''
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H''enry'' the 3 are confirmed by El''izabe''th th''e'' I A''nn''o 12
  
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>Li''bro'' albo fo 37 a /  
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>Li''bro'' albo fo 37 a /  
  
Liberties   
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Liberties  <br>
 
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15  
 
15  
  
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to them in that behalf made shalbe revoked  
 
to them in that behalf made shalbe revoked  
  
& adnulled Li''bro'' albo fo 39 a b, A''nn''o I E''dward'' I / '''note: First year of Edward I’s reign: 20th November 1272 – 20th November 1273 (The Regnal years of Edward I changed at noon 20th November each year; the day and hour of his father’s death)'''
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& adnulled Li''bro'' albo fo 39 a b, A''nn''o I E''dward'' I /  
 
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<nowiki>  </nowiki>Mayor to be p''re''sented  
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Mayor to be p''re''sented  
  
 
The Lorde Maior beinge chosen must be  
 
The Lorde Maior beinge chosen must be  
  
p''re''sented vnto the Courte if thexchequer  
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p''re''sented vnto the Courte of thexchequer  
  
 
and after to the kynge hym self at his  
 
and after to the kynge hym self at his  
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nexte comynge to westm''inster'' or to London  
 
nexte comynge to westm''inster'' or to London  
  
Li''bro'' albo fo 36 a, 37 H''enry'' 3 '''Thirty seventh year of Henry III’s reign: 28th October 1252 – 27th October 1253'''
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Li''bro'' albo fo 36 a, 37 H''enry'' 3  
 
 
Mayor
 
  
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Latest revision as of 15:18, 6 January 2017

For related articles, consult Manuscripts (disambiguation).

This article features a transcription of a Folger Shakespeare Library manuscript,Treatises on English Law, V.b.9, (1576), featured in the Age of Lawyers Exhibition, September 12, 2015-January 3, 2016.

In early modern England, rights and customs were not simply based on laws, court cases, or a person's social status. They could also be tied to a place of residence—in this case the City, or Liberty, of London, that small part of London corresponding to the original city.

Transcriptions

Below is a semi-diplomatic transcription of leaf 1 recto of Folger manuscript X.d.122(4). The transcription below was created by the Early Modern Manuscripts Online (EMMO) project. To access an image of the original leaf, click on each transcription's heading.

V.b.9, page 14-15

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And he that setteth vp any hereafter

shall forfett xli fo 35 a libro albo 11 Henry 3

Kedelles and weres

That the Cytizens shall remove & take -

awaie all the kedelles stoppes and weres

in the waters of the Thames & medewaie

and that they shall haue all suche punishmentes

in that behalf as doth belonge to the kynge

Libro albo fo 39 b / I Edward I /

Liberties and free Customes

ffree liberties and free Customes vsed in the

tyme of kynge Henrie the first are by -

Charter & after by parliament ratefied &

grannted to the Cytie Libro albo fo 35 bc

11 Henry 3 et 37 Henry 3 /

Liberties and frannchesies

The kynge grannteth and doth allowe that

the Cytizens of London their heires and

successors shall haue their liberties, And may

haue & enioy the same as they have don

in anncyent tyme, And also that they maie

recorde the same before the kynge his

Iustice and his mynisters as they haue

wonte to do (Any Statute or Iudgementes

to the Contrary notwithstanding Libro albo 40

a b, I Edward I /

Liberties confirmed

All manner of liberties grannted by kynge

Henry the 3 are confirmed by Elizabeth the I Anno 12

Libro albo fo 37 a /

Liberties

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Liberties Confirmed

ffirst whereas in the greate charter

of the liberties of Englande amongest

other thinges yt is conteyned That the

Cytie of London shulde haue all their

anncyente liberties & customes And

that the same Cytizens at the tyme of

the making of the same charter and

in the tymes of St Edwarde the kyng

and confessor and of William the conqueror

& of other the progenytors of kynge Ryc

chirde had and vsed dyvers liberties &

Customes aswell by charters as without

accordinge to the forme of the greate charter

And that all ympedymentes & vsurpacions

to them in that behalf made shalbe revoked

& adnulled Libro albo fo 39 a b, Anno I Edward I /
Mayor to be presented

The Lorde Maior beinge chosen must be

presented vnto the Courte of thexchequer

and after to the kynge hym self at his

nexte comynge to westminster or to London

Libro albo fo 36 a, 37 Henry 3