EAN-139781236575913   EAN-13 barcode 9781236575913
Product NameAccounts Of The Priory Of Worcester For The Year 13-14 Henry Viii; A.D. 1521-2 Ed. For The Worcestershire Historical Society
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionHeight:9.53 inches / Length:0.08 inches / Weight:0.16 pounds / Width:7.32 inches
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Price New14.14 US Dollars    (curriencies)
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Height9.69 inches    (convert)
Length7.44 inches    (convert)
Weight2.56 ounces    (convert)
AuthorJ M Wilson
Page Count30
Long DescriptionThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...ibidem tenenda hoc anno... 26s. 8d. Item allocatur eidein pro tenemento in quo Johannes Roberts modo inhabitat quia indecasum hoc anno... 22s. Item computat pro reparatione et edificatione ejusdem domus sive tenementi una cum omnibus misis1 et expencis circa dictam reparationem ut patet per billam ejusdem computi super hunc computum ostensum... £i5 6s. 8d. Item solutum breviatori portanti brevia hoc anno... 8s. Item pro pergameno paupiris et atramento empto hoc anno una cum factura presentis compoti hoc anno... $s. d. Item solutum Roberto Newdyke et aliis pro curia tenenda apud Icome et aliis locis hoc anno... 5. Item pro diversis utenciliis clavis clavibus et aliis rebus necessariis emptis ad usum Elemosinarii hoc anno... 6s. 8d. Summa £25 6s. p. 124. Et allocatur eidem computo pro elemosina data et distributa pauperibus pro domino priore et conventu ubi magis indiget per totum annum... £i8 ios. Summa omnium allocationum £88 17s. 4£d. et sic excedit super compitum 2s. ' misa--charge or expense. The roll omits the words live ttnementi. OFFICIUM MAGISTRI CAPELLE. Compotus fratris Johannis Molton gerentis officium predictum anno quo supra. Remanentia. Nulla quia primus ingressus ejusdem nunc computantis. Redditus assise. Sed respondet de... £i9 3. 5. recepta de certis redditibus terris ffirmis ac tenementis predicto officio pertinentibus quorum parcelle particulariter plenius liquent per rentale ex certitudine per annum. £ s. d. Item percipit de officio cellerarii pro 14l panes monachales et 14 gustatus servicie conventualis septimanatim per totum annum 468 Item percipit de officio cellerarii ex ordinatione domini Johannis Alcoke2 quondam episcopi Wigorn. per j-40 0 annum J Item percipit de officio sacriste pro...
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