Includes bibliographical references (p. -139) and index.
|Series||List & Index Society (Special Series) ;, v. 30, Special series (List & Index Society) ;, v. 30.|
|LC Classifications||KD574 .R53 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||139 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||99491967|
Henry V and Chancery English John H. Fisher,3 its origins are obscure. What is clear is that the pivotal period for the use of English by the government is the reign of Henry V (). Before Henry's reign there are few English documents among the public records; after his death Latin and French are still widely used. Latin transcripts in record type of the patent roll, 7 John, original writ and return of all discharges of debt, etc., granted by the Irish exchequer, Henry V and Henry VI, and six rolls of pleas de terris datis et occupatis, etc., Henry III. [Other copies at: Google Books [Hints and tips].] Patent Rolls of the Reign of Henry . YAS Record Series Vol Inquisitions Post Mortem relating to Yorkshire of the reigns of Henry IV and Henry V, eds W Paley Baildon and J W Clay, by Great Britain. Court of Chancery; Baildon, W. Paley (William Paley), , ed; Clay, John William, , joint edPages: Most of the public records discussed so far are those of the Exchequer, the financial branch of medieval government. Many other administrative records were maintained by the Chancery, in its original role as the royal secretariat (its other function as a court of equity is covered in a separate section).. From the end of the 12th century, the Chancery began to record copies of the documents it.
The Italian scribe Ludovico Vicentino degli Arrighi's influential pamphlet on handwriting called La Operina was the first book on writing the italic script known as cursive chancery hand. He was a scribe in the Papal Curia, which had refined cursive chancery hand in . Memorandum that all the rolls of the Irish chancery with writs, inquisitions, bills and all memoranda touching the said chancery from the time of master Thomas Cantok, formerly chancellor of Ireland, up to the twenty-eighth year of the reign of Edward I [–] were burned by accident in the abbey of St Mary near Dublin in the great fire in that abbey, except two rolls of the twenty-eighth year, one of . Ralph V. Rogers The Reports of Year Book 10 Henry V () Found in a Manuscript Abridgment of Year Books, Law Library Review, vol. 34, page (Nov. ) Description: Announcing the discovery of manuscript Year Book cases from the tenth year of Henry V. A Companion to Medieval English Literature and Culture cc p. Hoccleve wrote as often to impress his superiors in Chancery and other well-placed royal servants as the king or the nobility of the realm. Lydgate addressed works to a host of potential patrons, including his Troy Book to Henry V and Fall of Princes to the Duke of.
15 Edward III – 5 Henry V ; Calendar of Various Inquiries (the Chancery) () year books, calendars of State papers, patent and close rolls, and lists and indexes of public records. Each volume contains a brief account of the manuscripts used by the editor, their age and peculiarities, along with a brief account of the. The development of a stylistically advanced, idiomatic, 'courtly' English in the works of Chaucer, Lydgate and Hoccleve, by expanding the descriptive and representative possibilities of English, in turn made possible the adoption of the 'curial' and 'chancery' English that flourished under Henry Reviews: 7. Recognizing the value of the distinction between law and equity, the adroit Henry V (), of Agincourt and later Shakespeare fame, commanded that the clerks and apprentices in Chancery (known as the Office of the Six Clerks) should not socialize with the law court clerks and attorneys at law. 23 Lawyers devoted to Chancery practice. Read this book on Questia. Chapter VII- The Council under Henry IV and Henry V Chapter X- The Council and the Chancery