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Excerpt from The Inquisitiones Post Mortem for the County of Worcester, Vol. 1: From Their Commencement in 1242 to the End of the 13th Century
Another class of records may be described as general inquiries into the condition of the King's rights, - for instance, as to what were the Crown's rights in a Royal Forest 3, as to the state of the King's Salt Pits at Droitwich 4, as to the King's rights on conviction for felony5, as to whether the death of a person was felonious or not.
It is plain, from this statement of the nature of these records of what interest they are to all antiquarians, and this has led the Council of the Society at once to begin their publication. The present part extends from their commencement for Worcestershire in 1242, 26 Henry III., to the end of the 13th century, and contains 69 Inquisitions.
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