Royal pardon to Charles Pylkyngton, 1479, Lancaster
- Edward IV, King of England, 1442-1483.
- Latin. In Latin.
- Physical description
- 1 item (11 lines): vellum; 12x29 cm., folded to 8x11 cm.
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- Royal pardon for all murders, rapes, insurrections, felonies, conspiracies, contempts of court, concealments and forfeitures and deceptions committed before 1 January 1479.
- Publication date
- Portion of The Great Seal of England on vellum tag.
- Reported to: Bibliothèque Nationale pre-1600 manuscript survey.
- Charles Pilkington served both Edward IV and Richard III in Yorkshire and Nottingham, and received extensive grants from Richard III, including the constableship of Nottingham and the stewardship of Sherwood Forest. He does not appear in royal records after 1485, presumably because as a Yorkist he fell from favor on Henry VII's accession.
- Purchased, 1981. Phillipps ms. 32075 (part).