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Courts Act 1672

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That the Keipers of the generall registers of horneings and Inhibitions and of Seasings and Reversiouns . . . F1 be carefull to booke all horneings Inhibitions Interdictions Seasings Reversions and others registrat by them And that they make exact minute bookes relateing to the saids Registers these of horneings Inhibitions and Interdictions containing the names Sirnames and designations of the Parties principall and Cautioners And these of seasings Reversions and others appointed by the act of Parliament to be registrat in that Register containing the names and designations of the pairties and the common designation of the Lordshipe Barrony or Tennendry of the severall lands mentioned in the writ And that the Clerk of Register or any whome he shall appoint every quarter of the yeir compare the minut bookes with the generall Registers and subscribe the Minute bookes at the collationing of the same . . . F1 Whilke minute bookes respective forsaids alswell for the space of fourtie yeires bygone as in tyme comeing the Clerk shall be obleidged to make patent to all his Maiesties leidges whensoever they shall desire to sie the same . . . F2

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