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pany, to use Extract 133; the Controller of her Majesty's Stationery Office, to use Extracts 20, 21, 42, 55, 60, and 68. I am indebted to Messrs. W. Blackwood and Sons, to Messrs. Dodd, Mead and Company, and to the author's representatives for warrant to print Extracts 148 and 149. To these and to many others thanks are due for full and generous permission to use material of which they hold the copyright.
To the friends who have aided me in various ways I express here my gratitude. I am especially indebted to Miss Adaline Hawes of Wellesley College and to Miss M. G. Gordon for help in the preparation of translations and versions. Above all, my thanks are due to my sister, Mrs. Francis Kendall, for assistance which alone made it possible for me to complete my task at this time.
ELIZABETH KIMBALL KENDALL.
WONALANCET, NEW HAMPSHIRE,
August 28, 1900.
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Dues and Services from the Land in the Tenth Century .
CHAPTER VI - THE HUNDRED YEARS WAR
38. Debenham, Tymperley and White. John Jenney:
Tampering with Juries and Elections under Henry VI