Context

Context of Leges marchiarum, or Border=laws : containing several original articles and treaties, made and agreed upon by the commissioners of the respective kings of England and Scotland, for the bettter [sic] preservation of peace and commerce upon the marches of both kingdoms : from the reign of Henry III. to the union of the two crowns, in K. James I : with a preface, and an appendix of charters and records, relating to the said treaties
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