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Anthony Musson and Edward Powell

machinery of the “commune petition” in the fourteenth century’, EHR , 56 (1941), 198–233, 549–70; J. R. Maddicott, ‘The county community and the making of public opinion in fourteenth century England’, TRHS 5th series, 28 (1978), 27–43. 20 Musson and Ormrod, Evolution , pp. 146–57; Ross, Edward IV

in Crime, Law and Society in the Later Middle Ages
Anthony Musson and Edward Powell

. 12 The 1341 Royal Inquest in Lincolnshire , ed. B. W. McLane, Lincoln Record Society, 78 (1988). 13 G. L. Harriss, King, Parliament and Public Finance in Medieval England to 1369 (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1975), pp. 405–10; W. N. Bryant, ‘The financial dealings of Edward III with the county

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Anthony Musson and Edward Powell

. 14 Payling, ‘Law and arbitration’, 150–51; S. J. Payling, ‘Arbitration, perpetual entails and collateral warranties in late medieval England: a case study’, JLH , 13 (1992), 32–62. 15 Rawcliffe, ‘Commercial disputes’, p. 110; M. J. Bennett, ‘A county community: social cohesion

in Crime, Law and Society in the Later Middle Ages
Chris Given-Wilson

to curry favour with the people of these counties, he ordered these letters obligatory – or rather submissory – to be returned to them. This did not mean, however, that he had released them from their obligations to him, for instead he forced their representatives, to whom the county communities had granted full power for this purpose, to bind themselves and their heirs to him

in Chronicles of the Revolution, 1397–1400