Chancery corpus cum causa file, 10-11 Edward IV

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See also Patricia M. Barnes, “The Chancery Corpus Cum Causa File, 10–11 Edward IV,” in Medieval Legal Records Edited in Memory of C. Meekings, ed. Hunnisett and J. Post (London, ), –76, at –55, –Cited 10-11 Edward IV book 2.

Clergy and common law in the reign of Henry IV / by R.L. Strorey A Wiltshire sheriff's notebook, / edited by M.M. Condon The chancery corpus cum causa file, Edward IV.

Part of the British History in Perspective book series (BHP) Abstract. The proper execution of justice was one of the most fundamental duties of kingship, ranking with the defence of the realm and the protection of the church.

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The statistics show that Edward IV began a sustained recovery of royal authority, while earlier additions to the Chancellor's powers, and the development of higher professional standards in Chancery allowed Henry VII, aided by his ruthless use of financial penalties, to achieve a highly effective degree of control over the sheriffs.

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Folio. [Addressed to the bishop of Bath and Wells: Henry VI; possibly also Edward IV.] [Reference within the bundle:] [Name of the person applying to the Chancery for a writ:] John Sprotley [Name of the other party in the suit or person to whom the writ was to be directed:] John Noreys, brazier, and John White, tiler, arbitrators.

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