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A History of the Borough of Plympton Erle; The Castle and Manor of Plympton, and of the Ecclesiastical Parish of Plympton St. Thomas, in the County of Devon (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 5 feb 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER III THE CHARTERS--MUNICIPAL HISTORY The township--The burh--Baldwin's Manor--Early charters--The charter of 1242--Confirmation of Isabella de Fortibus, and later Royal confirmations--Subsidy Roll of 1522--Elizabeth's charter of 1602--Its provisions--By-laws--Charters of James II and of William III and Mary--Extent of borough--. Perambulations--Constitution of governing body--Recorders--Town clerks--Borough courts, quarter-sessions--Mayoral feasts--List of Mayors, 1275-1860--Troublous times--End of the borough. WE find at Plympton, in AngloSaxon times, not only the manor and the township, but, as distinct from both, the burh, and which eventually became absorbed in the township. We learn from Bishop Stubbs1 that the burh "was simply a more organized form of the township. It was probably in a more defensible position, had a ditch and mound instead of the quickset hedge or 'tun,' from which the township took its name; and as the tun was originally the fenced homestead of the cultivator, the burh was the fortified house and courtyard of the mighty man, the king, the magistrate, or the noble." At Plympton we have the burh in the military work still to be found in the castle, and the protected homestead of the peaceful husbandman in the name of the place. We have seen that the Domesday manor of Plintone was a royal manor, held by Baldwin the Sheriff. It is probably about a hundred years after the completion of the Domesday Survey that we find a reference to Plympton as a borough. During that time much had happened. The 1 "Const. History," I, p. 92. Norman keep which Baldwin de Meules had reared upon the English mound, and the castle which he had constructed, had in the hands of his successors been improved and strengthened; and the inhabitants of the li...

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