The Administration of the County Palatine of Chester, 1442-1485
The main aim of this book is to consider how and by whom the County Palatine of Chester was governed and administered during the later Middle Ages. It aims to assess how effectively and efficiently the wheels of government operated in this area. The study is based upon a detailed examination of the Palatine records for the years 1442-1485, during the reigns of Henry VI to Richard III.
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Men who sat on final concord panels 20 Henry VI
The administration of justice and the maintenance of law
Jurors at county court session of 10 January 1464
Mainprizes 7 August 1464
Recognizances 7 August 1464
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