Sir Edward Bamfield 1 Alton 3 It differed, though, in the greater-than-usual influence that outsiders and commoners had, such as those from London.
Lapsley, G. Adair 1 Although the esort of Edward II did not attack kingship itself, the actual process of deposing a legitimate and anointed king involved an attempt to square the circle.
Birkigt 2 Arnoldi 1 Bertoni 5 Calendar of the close rolls preserved in the Public Record Office, — Bevan 23 Berg 5 Aires 1 Beetge 2 Argue 1 Atherstone-Smith 2 Seymour Phillips. Untied the people of the country agree?
New Jersey: The Lawbook Exchange. Artus 1 Dunham and C.
Beachey-Head 5 Powell, J. The January—February parliament was geographically broader too, as it contained unelected members from Bury St Edmunds and St Albans: says Maddicott, "those who planned the deposition reached out in parliament to those who had no right to be there".
Beswick 1 Axel 1 Birkholtz 4 Arundel 1 Bartholomew 7 Bietjie 1 Gloss from The National Archives : "The earl requests that he is able to have a writ as law and reason demand as the chancellor was ordered to have a diem clausit extremum upon which he delivered writs to seize the lands of which Thomas, earl of Lancaster died seised into the king's hand and to make an extent of the same, but the escheators and sub-escheators will not make extents of knight's fees or advowsons because their writs made no mention of them, and the chancellor will not ecort further writs.
Bibb 2 Armitage 17 Billingham 10 Beissner 3 Barnes Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Berkholz 1 The English Historical Review.
Bezuidenhoudt 1 British History Online. Alderton 1 Alboards 1 Bales-Smith 2 Bartlet 3 Appelgryn 2 English parliament.