Notarial signs from the York archiepiscopal records.
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Notarial signs from the York archiepiscopal records. by J. S. Purvis

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Published by St. Anthony"s Press in London .
Written in English


  • Notaries -- Great Britain -- History

Book details:

LC ClassificationsK P9868 N6
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii p., 100 p. of facsims. ;
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18779033M

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This useful and economical New York notary record book accommodates entries and includes step-by-step instructions for recording notarial acts. The book is chronologically numbered so that it will be easy to detect if a record is tampered with. Purvis, Notarial Signs from the York Archiepiscopal Records (London and York: St. Notarial signs and scribal training in the fifteenth century: the case of James Yonge and Thomas Baghill en [Preach of Magyar, Ferenc addressed in the Archiepiscopal Church of Eger 25March ]. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month of over 10, results for Books: "notary" Skip to main search results. Aug 21,  · How to search for notarial records. You can use a variety of tools to search for notarial records. For the oldest records from to , consult the Parchemin database, developed by the Archiv-Histo historical research society (French only), which provides an abstract of each notarial record (date of the record, name of the notary, names of the parties, etc.).