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The Whilton dispute, 1264-1380

Robert C. Palmer

The Whilton dispute, 1264-1380

a social-legal study of dispute settlement in medieval England

by Robert C. Palmer

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • De Whelton, William, d. 1267 -- Estate.,
    • Whilton family.,
    • Real property -- England -- History -- To 1500.,
    • Great Britain -- History -- Medieval period, 1066-1485.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementRobert C. Palmer.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKD1514.D4 P35 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxii, 295 p. ;
      Number of Pages295
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3171664M
      ISBN 100691054045
      LC Control Number83013858

      Michigan Law Review Volume 83 Issue 4 Front Matter PALMER: THE WHILTON DISPUTE, A. SOCIAL-LEGAL STUDY OF DISPUTE SETILEMENT Book Review Editor. Scorr. c. NEWMAN, of Jllinois Executfre Note Editors. LESUll. s. GIELOW, of Michigan. CHIUSTlNE. . The reign of Richard II and the circumstances of his deposition have long been subject to intense debate. This new interpretation of the politics of the late-fourteenth century offers an in-depth survey of Richard's reign from the perspective of one of the leading nobles who came to oppose him, Thomas Beauchamp, the Appellant Earl of by: 2.

      BOOKS See also. Book Reviews, pp. viii, x. New list of recommended reading for prospec-tive law students, A survey of books relating to the law PALMER: The Whilton Dispute, A Social-Legal Study of Dispute Settlement in Medieval England (A.W. Whilton Local History Society. The Next Meeting. Friday 20th March - originally planned to launch the new book book produced by the Society with a talk about "The Mystery of the Whilton Stone" by Anthea Hiscock including how it was ploughed up by Gordon and Martin Emery in , its meaning and history. To order a copy of the book, contact Anthea on or Marian Seal on or.

      So it looks as if it is the same Maud/Matilda. see Robert C. Palmer, "The Whilton Dispute, " (Princeton, ) p. Right now, her profile has her as daughter of Albrecht I and Adelheid von Montferrat but it is unclear to me where this comes from unless somehow these people were related to William le Marshal and Queen Eleanor. In addition to its considerable value for specialists, this book also will be accessible to students. Burt's clear and precise prose, as well as her efforts to clarify technical matters of law and governmental organization, make this text highly suitable for graduate courses as well as for upper division undergraduate courses in the history of.


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