Leges Marchiarum: Or, Border-laws : Containing Several Original Articles and Treaties, Made and Agreed Upon by the Commissioners of the Respective Kings of England and Scotland : for the Better Preservation of Peace and Commerce Upon the Marches of Both Kingdoms : from the Reign of Henry III. to the Union of the Two Crowns in K. James I : with a Preface, and an Appendix of Charters and Records, Relating to the Said Treaties
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