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" Under the name of aids, the lord claimed stipulated sums from his tenants on the occasion of the knighting of his eldest son, the marriage of his eldest daughter, or his own capture in war. "
The Complete Works of Henry George - Sayfa 163
Henry George tarafından - 1911
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The annals of England, an epitome of English history [by W.E ..., 1. cilt

William Edward Flaherty - 1877
...ward. Under the name of aids, the lord claimed stipulated sums from his tenants on the occasion of the knighting of his eldest son, the marriage of his eldest daughter, or his own capture in war. These were all legal and established burdens, and perhaps did not amount...
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A Perplexed Philosopher: Being an Examination of Mr. Herbert Spencer's ...

Henry George - 1892 - 319 sayfa
...nationalization which Mr. Spencer in " Social Statics " declares the only equitable system of land-tenure. Under it the holding of valuable land entailed payment...feudal incidents, which, where they remain on the law-books of to-day are but meaningless and useless survivals. Mr. Spencer, in his "glance at some...
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Mediaeval Europe: (814-1300)

Ephraim Emerton - 1894 - 607 sayfa
...exceptional sort. The journey of a lord to the court of his suzerain, or to Rome, or to join a crusade, the knighting of his eldest son, the marriage of his eldest daughter and his ransom from imprisonment are among the most frequent of the feudal ' aids.' The right of the...
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Select Statutes and Other Constitutional Documents Illustrative of the ...

Great Britain - 1894 - 464 sayfa
...year (p. 345). But, besides this income, the feudal sovereign could on three special occasions, viz. the knighting of his eldest son, the marriage of his eldest daughter, and for his own ransom, levy an extraordinary aid. The subjects of King James were not likely to be...
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The Agrarian History of England and Wales:, 3. cilt;1348-1500. ciltler

Edward Miller - 1991 - 1008 sayfa
...definitely so after 1385). There was an obligation to assist the lord financially on certain occasions - at the knighting of his eldest son, the marriage of his eldest daughter and in the event of his being ransomed. Certainly the first two occasions were exploited by the crown...
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The Origins of the Western Legal Tradition: From Thales to the Tudors

Ellen Goodman - 1995 - 303 sayfa
...occasions. Such 'aids' were levied, inter alia, to pay the lord's ransom if he were captured; upon the knighting of his eldest son; the marriage of his eldest daughter and his departure on a crusade. The vassal, furthermore, owed hospitality to his lord — at times...
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