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" Glanfaba, shall make Affence, upon Paine of Life and Lyme, that noe Man make any Disturbance or Stirr in the Time of Tinwald, or any Murmur or Rising in the King's Presence, upon Paine of Hanging and Drawing. And then shall let your Barrons and all other... "
An Account of the Past and Present State of the Isle of Man: Including a ... - Page 201
by George Woods - 1811 - 365 pages
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An Account of the Past and Present State of the Isle of Man: Including a ...

George Woods - Isle of Man - 1811 - 365 pages
...and the moares, that is, to wit of every sheading. Then the chief coroner, that is, the coronor of Glanfaba shall make a ffence upon paine of life and...affected by any other than its own laws till the reign of Henry the Eighth, when an act passed the English legislature, and was extended to this island, for...
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The General chronicle and literary magazine, Volume 3

1811
...to wit every sheading. Then the chief coroner, that is the coroner of Glanfaba, shall make a (fence upon paine of life and lyme, that no man make any...and all others know you to be their king and lord.'" — p. 201. The ancient naval superiority of Man is the most striking feature in its history; and it...
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An Historical and Statistical Account of the Isle of Man, from the ..., Volume 2

Joseph Train - Isle of Man - 1845
...and Lyme, that noe Man make any Disturbance or Stirr in the Time of Tynwald, or any Murmur or Rising in the King's Presence, upon Paine of Hanging and...and all others know you to be their King and Lord. That your Commons come unto you, and shew their Charters how they hould of you ; and that your Barrons,...
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The Isle of Man: Its History, Physical, Ecclesiastical, Civil and Legendary

Joseph George Cumming - Geology - 1848 - 376 pages
...life or lyme, that no man make a disturbance or stirr in the time of Tinwald, or any murmur or rising in the King's presence, upon paine of hanging and drawing; and then to proceed in your matters whatsoever you have to doe, in felonie, or treason or other matters that...
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Kneale's Guide to the Isle of Man: Comprising an Account of the Island ...

William Kneale - Isle of Man - 1866 - 224 pages
...and Lyme, that noe Man make any Disturbance or Stirr in the Time of Tinwald, or any Murmur or Rising in the King's Presence, upon Paine of Hanging and Drawing. And then shall let your Barrens and all other know you to be their King and Lord, and what Time you were here you received...
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Glover's Illustrated Guide and Visitors' Companion Through the Isle of Man ...

Matthew GLOVER, Suetonius M. TOD - Isle of Man - 1868 - 244 pages
...and Lyme, that noe Man make any Disturbance or Stirr in the Time of Tinwald, or any Murmur or Rising in the King's Presence, upon Paine of Hanging and Drawing. And then shall let your Barrens, and all other know you to be their King and Lord, and what Time yon were here you received...
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Manx Society - Isle of Man - 1871 - 148 pages
...and lyme, that noe man make any disturbance or stirr in the time of Tinwald, or any murmur or rising in the king's presence, upon paine of hanging and drawing. And then shall lett your barrons and all other know you to be their king and lord, and what time you were here you...
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Jenkinson's Practical Guide to the Isle of Man

Henry Irwin Jenkinson - 1874 - 265 pages
...and lyme, that uoe man make any disturbance or stirr in the time of Tinwald, or any murmur or rising in the King's presence, upon paine of hanging and drawing; and then to proceed in your matters, whatsoever you have to doe, in felonie, or treason, or other matters that...
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Primitive Folk-moots: Or, Open-air Assemblies in Britain

George Laurence Gomme - Great Britain - 1880 - 316 pages
...and Lyme, that noe Man make any Disturbance or Stirr in the Time of Tynwald, or. any Murmur or Rising in the King's Presence, upon Paine of Hanging and...and all others know you to be their King and Lord." * There are many other items of early Manx constitutional customs in this old record, but for our present...
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Statutes of the Isle of Man

Isle of Man - 1883
...in Forty Days to forfeit their Land. Wateh and Ward. Penalty for conveying per.sons out of Island. King's Presence, upon Paine of Hanging and Drawing. And then shall let your Barrons and all other know you to bo their King and Lord, and what Time you were here you received the Land as Heyre...
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