Grant in 1275 by Roger, son of Langois of Wylie [Wyley] to Phillippe son of Langois, of a piece of land called "Brodecroft" in the Parish of Wyley, near Turvey in Bedfordshire, bounded by the lands of William Hamelin and others. Witnesses: William de Mordaunt, William Sugel, Thomas le Waters and others. Turvey is 6 miles west of Bedford. [From dealer description]
Charter of Enfeoffment by Walter Wodecock [Woodcock] of Bere Ferrers to Henry of Lenston and His Daughter Joan, granting a messuage and associated curtilage and crofts and four acres of arable land in Bere Ferrers and his meadow in the village and pasture rights for two animals for the sum of four marks, and several named others in remainder; witnesses: Edmund de Lullington, Henri de Legh, Robert de Bradeford and others.
Letter of Attorney from Matilda, widow of Thomas Revisby to her son and heir Nicholas Revisby to implead on her behalf and recover a messuage and half bovate of land in the vill and territory of ‘derleh’, which descended to Matilda and her heirs by hereditary rightr, but had been unjustly detained from her by Siur Robert.
Includes "Some Stirring Relics of Historical Times," a 1938 French publication of facsimilies of historical documents compiled by Daniel Crohn; twenty-six facsimiles of American historical documents, donated by Col. Edwin Emerson; and a single facsimile of a Corsican document dated 1705.
[[Westminster : Printed by William Caxton], And finisshed on the euen of thanunciacion of our said bilissid Lady fallyng on the wednesday the xxiiij daye of Marche. in the xix yeer of Kyng Edwarde the fourthe ]
[London : Enprynted by me William Caxton in thabbey of Westme[n]stre by london, fynysshed, and accomplysshed the, viij, day of October, the yere of the incatnacyon of our lord God, M,CCCC,lxxxij and in the xxii yere of the regne of Kyng Edward the fourth ]
[Enprynted at westmestre : By me willyam Caxton, and fynysshed the ij day of Septembre the fyrst yere of the regne of Kyng Richard the thyrd, [i.e. 1483] the yere of our lord a thousand, CCCC, lxxxxiij [sic]]
[At westmestre : [William Caxton], fynysshed the last day of August the yere of our lord M CCCC lxxxv, and enprynted the xix day of decembre the same yere, and the fyrst yere of the regne of kyng Harry the seuenth ]