Somerset assize orders, 1640-1659

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Somerset Record Society] , [Taunton
Court records -- England -- Somerset., Somerset, Eng -- His
Statementedited by J. S. Cockburn.
SeriesPublications / Somerset Record Society -- vol.71
ContributionsCockburn, J. S.
LC ClassificationsDA670.S49, KD8236.S65
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvi, 89 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19186607M

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Somerset assize orders, [S.l.: s.n.], (Frome: Butler & Tanner) (OCoLC) Book Published Frome, Printed by Butler & Tanner, Language English Series Somerset Record Society.

[Publications] Somerset Record Society (Series) Contents [1]ed. by T.G. Barnes.

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[2]ed by J.S. Cockburn. Description 2 v. Notes Bibliographical footnotes. Local Notes VIVA Repository Copy Series Statement Somerset.

Courts of Assize and Nisi Prius (Somerset). Somerset assize orders, Frome, Printed by Butler & Tanner, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas G Barnes; Great Britain.

Courts of Assize and Nisi Prius (Somerset); Somerset. subscription, or the completed banker’s order form on the next page, to the Somerset Record Society, c/o Somerset Heritage Centre, Brunel Way, Norton Fitzwarren, Taunton, Somerset, TA2 6SF, e-mail @ The society is a registered charity () and can.

Gaol Books, Crown Minute Books and Agenda Books. These books list the names of the prisoners and record in Somerset assize orders form the cases heard or yet to be heard. They are annotated with the plea, verdict and sentence. Order Books.

These list the orders made by the judges in local disputes, frequently referring cases to the arbitration of local. The courts of assize, or assizes were periodic courts held around England and Wales untilwhen together with the quarter sessions they were abolished by the Courts Act and replaced by a single permanent Crown Court.

The assizes exercised both civil and criminal jurisdiction, though most of their work was on the criminal side. Details of ASSI 24; Reference: ASSI 24 Title: Assizes: Western Circuit: Miscellaneous Books Description: This series includes a recognizance or bail book, to ; certificate books, to ; costs books, to ; an estreat book, to ; note books toincluding one covering the special commission of assize at Princetown in following the riots at Dartmoor.

Books of Orders: the Making of English Social Policy, – - Volume 30 - Paul Slack Somerset Assize Orders, pp. 57 –8; Barnes, ‘Prerogative and Environmental Control’, –9.

71 I count 94 reports from Herts., and only 22 from Northants., in the State Papers Domestic –9. Cockburn, J.S. ed., Somerset assize orders,Somerset Record Society Publications, Somerset assize orders () Sherwin, Bailey, D. ed., Wells cathedral chapter act book,Somerset Record Society Publications, 72 () Medieval deeds of Bath and district, Somerset.

Assize papers containing orders for commutation of death sentences to transportation; 8 Correspondence relating to the trial and transportation of Thomas Holden of Bolton; Letters of a convict Richard Boothman describing life on the Hulk Justicia and in Van Diemen's Land.

Somerset Assize Orders, –40 () lxvii: Sales of Wards, –41 () lxviii: Hylle Cartulary () lxix: Letters of Sir Francis Hastings, – () lxxi: Somerset Assize Orders, –59 () lxxii: Wells Cathedral Chapter Act Book, –83 () lxxv: Somersetshire Quarterly Meeting, –99 () lxxvi: Somerset.

“ The Memorandum Book of Robert Hunt, Sheriff of Somerset” Somerset Assize Orders (Somerset Record Soci ). 36 Firth and Rait. Domesday Book.3 It was Bradeford by Welyngton in ,4 a name still used in In a each of chamfered orders, and a central pier with cutwaters on the upstream and downstream Somerset Assize Orders, (Som.

Rec. Soc. 71), 31 Somerset. Somerset Assize Orders, out of print: Customs of Taunton and Bradford on Tone: out of print: Sales of Wards in Somerset, Wells Cathedral Chapter Act Book, £ Medieval Deeds of Bath and District: £ Diary of John Harington, MP, £ Somerset Quarterly Meeting of the.

This book is primarily an account of the most familiar and longest lived of English courts during the most critical as well as the most influential period of its history. It describes all aspects of the court's work, personnel, jurisdiction, and constitutional position, throws incidental light on the nature of local administration and government, and examines the thesis that the function of.

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A History of English Assizes Cambridge University Press, (Preview available from Google Books) Cockburn, James Swanton. Calendar of Assize Records (Volumes cover the Home Circuit as well as the Kent, Sussex, Hertfordshire, Essex, Surrey and Somerset circuits.

Assize 24/, and Professor Cockburn's transcriptions and calendars are painstakingly reliable.4 But he does omit reference to the 2. Calendar of Assize Records (London,4 vols.). Barnes's volume covers (Frome: Somerset Record Society, lxv, ) and Cockburn's continues (Frome: Somerset Record.

Prayer book and people in Elizabethan and early Stuart England (). Prices, food and wages in Scotland, (). Proclamations of the Tudor kings Somerset assize orders, (). Somersetshire sequestrations [Part II]’, Somerset Arch. Somersetshire sequestrations during the civil war’, Somerset Arch.

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In Two Books, Translated by a Person of Quality (). Bates-Harbin E.H. (ed.), ‘Quarter Sessions Records of the County of Somerset’, Somerset Record Society, 23–4 (Taunton, ).

Behn A., The Ten Pleasures of Marriage and the Second Part, The Confession of the New Married Couple,ed. Harvey (London, ). Behn A. Prehistoric settlement occurred chiefly on the relatively open uplands of the historic county, particularly the Mendip Hills, but a prehistoric lake village has been excavated at Romans mined lead, built villas, and founded the town of Bath (Aquae Sulis) at the site of natural hot springs.

During the first two centuries of the Saxon conquest, Somerset was a borderland between. BOOK OF THE GODS AND RITES and THE ANCIENT CALENDAR by Fray Diego Durán, Fernando Horcasitas, SOMERSET ASSIZE ORDERS, – Somerset Record Society, vol.

71 by J. Cockburn. POLITICS AND THE BENCH by W. Jones; SOMERSET ASSIZE ORDERS, – Minute books. The assize clerks recorded brief details of a trial in minute books, including names of parties, type of case and judgment order.

Other records. Other records in civil trials can include: pleadings – statements of claim, defence and counterclaim; judgment orders in cases, sometimes found on a part of the record known as. The courts of assize, or assizes (/ ə ˈ s aɪ z ɪ z /), were periodic courts held around England and Wales untilwhen together with the quarter sessions they were abolished by the Courts Act and replaced by a single permanent Crown assizes exercised both civil and criminal jurisdiction, though most of their work was on the criminal side.

A SOMERSET SKETCH BOOK (Ref ) by H. Hay Wilson A book of stories relating to Somerset Life and Times which was first Published in Chapters include; • The Mendip Country • A Son of the Soil • A West Country Village • The Ploughing Match • The Rat Catcher • The Sheep Shearing • plus many others £ including UK Postage £ including Overseas Postage Download Price £ They have been made from fiche copies of registers purchased from the Somerset Record Office and are published with the permission of the Somerset Record Office.

The transcriptions are made available without profit, and their copying is allowed only for non-profit purposes. Anyone wishing to include a subsequent copy as part of a profit-making.

BYGONE SOMERSET by Cuming Walters (ref: ) A collection of historical essays covering the following subjects; Sedgemoor and Monmouth Rebellion Taunton and the Bloody Assize Cliffs and Caverns of Somersetshire The Lead Mines of the Mendips The Legends and Antiquities of Glastonbury The Lansdown Bagdad and its Caliph The Island Sancturies plus many others £ including UK.

Devon - Court Records. A large variety of Quarter Session Records are held by the Devon Record Office. A listing, Assizes and Quarter Sessions in Exeter, is available from them, and a more recent summary of their holdings is to be found in: Chiswell, Ann.

Coroner's Accounts for the County of Devon from Easter session to the following Michaelmas Session. This book, admittedly not a recent production, is a classic example of political distortion of history at its worst.

Parry writes from the assumption that James II was a docile puppet of the Jesuits (I'm sure they wished the notoriously stubborn James had been!), that the Duke of Monmouth was a heroic Protestant savior trying to rescue England from the Inquisition (actually, he was a somewhat Reviews: 1.

SOMERSET ASSIZE ORDERS J S COCKBURN SOMERSET RECORD SOCIETY £ + £ P&P. Cheshire Domesday Translations Maps Limited Numbered Edition 3 Vols Slipcase. £ + £ P&P. Picture Information The main volume about the Domesday Book. Author of Curia regis rolls, Rolls of the justices in eyre, The London Eyre ofThree rolls of the King's Court in the reign of King Richard the First, A.D.Select bills in eyre, A.D.The Roll of the Shropshire Eyre ofCrown pleas of the Wiltshire Eyre,Pleas before the King or his justices, J.

S. Cockburn (ed.), Somerset Assize Orders (Somerset Record Soci ) M. D. Costen (ed.), Wesleyans and Bible Christians in South Somerset (Somerset Record Soci ) M. Cowan (ed.), The letters of John Peniston, Salisbury architect, Catholic and yeomanry officer, – (Wiltshire Record Soci ).