Arbitration between King's and Corpus Christi colleges., 1519-04-16
Scope and Contents
Each college is to be discharged of all entes of court and leets against the other for any lands, etc., that they hold of each other and of all amercements and fines, and is to quitclaim the other; each college is to provide an indenture by Easter next to the other of the lands they hold of the manors and lands leased from each other, and to quitclaim the other for arrearages of rent, fines, etc., King's College to pay £20 (£3 6s 8d on accepting the arbitration, the rest in variable instalments).
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Former / Other Reference
Seals: 1. King's College; 2 (John Wood): round, device of three trees; 3 (Thomas Castle missing; 4 (John Mareys) square, armorial (?, very poor impression, perhaps, in fact, blind); 5 (William Collins) missing.
DateText: 10 Henry VIII.
John Wood, Thomas Castle, John Mareys and William Collins
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