Muniment


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Muniment

A document proving ownership. A muniment may simply be the title to a property; on the other hand, a muniment may be another document, such as a death certificate, indicating that title has passed to another person.
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The most credible of James's revolutionaries--actually, the only one-is Paul Muniment.
1) In asking Muniment to take her as Hyacinth's substitute, she says "I love him [Hyacinth] very much," and the narrator adds, "it would have been impossible for the most impudent cynic to smile at the manner in which she made the declaration" (1908, 2:227).
Wood also examined the Treasury muniments relating to land which the College did own, which were more safely and methodically arranged in drawers by parishes (Life and Times, IV, 155-6).
72 Westminster Abbey Muniment Room, Accounts of the Guild of St Mary Rounceval, section 1, 1520-22, 'foren and neccesarie expences first yere'; section 2, 1522-4, 'expences on the dedicacon day anno 2'.
Catalogue of the Manuscripts and Muniments of Alleyn's College of God's Gift at Dulwich (London: Spottiswoode & Co.
In particular, Alexander shared (or at least indulged) his uncles antiquarian enthusiasms: Harbins notes of a visit he made to Combe Florey in 1734 to examine the muniments of the parish church are preserved in the Somerset county archives.
It was in the flowing substance of things limned by statistical reports on finance, commerce, capital, industry, railways, and agriculture, by provisions of constitutional law, and by the pages of statute books--prosaic muniments which show that the so-called civil war was in reality a Second American Revolution and in a strict sense, the First.
1) National Records of Scotland (NRS), Buccleuch Muniments, GD224/906/68, fo.
Other examples of her signature in this form--which she used up until 1498--can be found in Westminster Abbey Muniments, MS 12182 and TNA SC1/51/189.
The Fyvie muniments - the records of the Fyvie estate - reveal that Alexander Seton styled himself Lord Fyvie until he succeeded his lather as Third Earl of Dunfermline in May 1672.
failed to establish for the private citizen the muniments of freedom
9) Letter from Susan, Duchess of Hamilton, from London, 14 March 1842, to her husband at Hamilton Palace, National Register of Archives (Scotland), Hamilton Muniments, Survey No.