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Author: Marlborough, James Ley, Earl of, 1618-1665.
Title: A learned treatise concerning wards and liveries written by the Right Honourable and learned gentleman St. James Ley, Knight and Baronet, Earle of Marlebrough ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A learned treatise concerning wards and liveries written by the Right Honourable and learned gentleman St. James Ley, Knight and Baronet, Earle of Marlebrough ...
Marlborough, James Ley, Earl of, 1618-1665.

London: Printed by G. Bishop and R. White for Henry Shepheard and Henry Twyford ..., 1642.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Marginal notes.
Subject terms:
Land tenure -- Law and legislation -- England.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A51987.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE EPISTLE DEDICATORY.
Instructions for our Mr. of our Wards and Liveries, for the better authorizing and di∣recting of him in the execution of his Office and performance of our service.
Tenures.
Tenure in Capite by Knights service.
Soccage in Capite.
Common Knights service of the King.
Common Soccage of the King.
Ward.
Wardships and Primer Seisin.
Collusion to avoid Wardships.
Marriage.
Reliefe.
Of Livery.
And these Writs or Commissi∣ons are of two sorts.
Or Commissions of the nature of these Writs.
Ouster le maine.
Office.
To pursue which Descriptions.
What words in Offices make a Tenure.