Manners And Customs In Literature Early Works To 1800 : The manners and customs of the principal nations of Europe / gathered together by the particular observation of James Salgado, a Spaniard, in his travels through those countries; and translated into English by the authors care, anno 1684.; Salgado, James,
Manners And Customs Sermons Early Works To 1800 : A sermon preached for reformation of manners, at Portsmouth, November the 24th, 1699 : By William Ward, Vicar of Portsmouth, and Chaplain to the right hounourable Earl of Tankervile.; Ward, William,
Manners Hms : Battle in the Irish Sea : the life and death of HMS Manners.; Gibson, David,
Manorial Courts Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : The compleat court-keeper, or, Land-steward's assistant [electronic resource] : containing, first, the nature of courts-leet and courts-baron ... secondly, the manner of holding courts-leet, courts-baron, and courts of survey ... thirdly, the manner of keeping the court-baron for trying of actions ... fourthly, precedents of contracts, conditions, covenants ... fifthly, the power and authority of the lord, and of the steward ... / by Giles Jacob ...; Jacob, Giles,
Manorial Courts Ireland : Reasons for the abolition of manor courts [electronic resource] : and for the improvement of petty session courts in Ireland / by George Mathews.; Mathews, George.
Manorial Extents England : The Case of Sir William Glynne, Baronet : in opposition to a bill intended for an act of Parliament to restore the Earl of Derby to the manner of Hawarden.
Manorial Extents England Dorset Early Works To 1800 : To the right honourable, the knights, citizens, and burgesses of the Parliament of England, assembled in the House of Commons at Westminster. : The humble petition of the tenants and freeholders of the mannor of Gillingham in the county of Dorset.
Manors Early Works To 1800 : The surveiors dialogue very profitable for all men to peruse [electronic resource] : especially lords of mannors, stewards of mannor-courts, tenants, farmers and husbandmen.; Norden, John,
Manors England : The compleate copy-holder : wherein is contained a learned discourse of the antiquity and nature of manors and copy-holds, with all things thereto incident, as presentments, admittances, surrenders, forfeitures, customes &c. necessary both for the lord and tenant : together with the forme of keeping a copy-hold court and court-baron / by Sir Edward Cooke.; Coke, Edward,
Manors England Durham County : A particular and conditions of sale, of the valuable and extensive manor, castle and park of Brancepeth, situate four miles from the city of Durham [electronic resource] : which will be sold by auction, by Mr. Christie, in eleven lots, at his great room in Pall-Mall, on Tuesday the 18th day of May, 1773, at one o'clock.; Christie,
Manors England Hackney London : Customs and privileges of the manors of Stepney and Hackney in the county of Middlesex [electronic resource] : viz. of tenants neglect, admission, &c., amercements, annoyances ... &c. : to which is prefix'd an act for perpetual establishment of the said customs and privileges, and for confirmation of the copyhold estates and customs of divers copyholders of the said manors, according to certain indentures of agreement ... .