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William Alfred Morris
|Statement||by William Alfred Morris ...|
|Series||Harvard historical studies, published under the direction of the Department of history and government from the income of the Henry Warren Torrey fund. vol. XIV, Harvard historical studies -- v. 14.|
|LC Classifications||JC116.F8 M7|
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|Pagination||xvi, 194 p.|
|Number of Pages||194|
Define frankpledge. frankpledge synonyms, frankpledge pronunciation, frankpledge translation, English dictionary definition of frankpledge. the Germanic and early Anglo-Saxon frankpledge system) and under public systems, such as in those found in later Anglo-Saxon jurisprudence and continental systems. Marginal deterrence and multiple. Morris, William Alfred. The Frankpledge System. Originally published: New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., xvi, pp. Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN ; ISBN Cloth. * A system that originated in Saxon England, frankpledge was a promise of good conduct given to a sovereign by a group of ten Author: William Alfred Morris.
Frankpledge is a legal system, based on tithings, in Anglo-Saxon England, in which members were held responsible for each other's conduct. The essential characteristic was the compulsory sharing of responsibility among persons connected through kinship, or some other kind of tie such as an oath of fealty to a lord or knight. The system of tithings was known as frankpledge and had come down from the Anglo-Saxons. The number of men in a tithing was usually related to location. If there were only 8 eligible men in a village, there would be 8.
frankpledge system. the ultimate outgrowth of the night watch system of social control, dating to the twelfth century, in which ten households were grouped into a tithing, and each adult was held responsible for the conduct of the others. tithing. frankpledge was a form of collective responsibility for good conduct, whereby every member of a tithing, or group of ten, was answerable for the good behaviour of the others, on pain of fine or amercement. Some elements were to be found in Anglo-Saxon and Danish England, but it developed after the Norman Conquest, perhaps to give some security to individual Normans in .
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The frankpledge system Item Preview remove-circlePages: Frankpledge was a system of compulsory suretyship. its essential characteristic was the the compulsory sharing of responsibility among persons connected through kinship, or some other kind of tie such as an oath of fealty to a lord or knight.
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Frankpledge, system in medieval England under which all but the greatest men and their households were bound together by mutual responsibility to keep the peace.
Frankpledge can be traced back to the laws of King Canute II the Great of Denmark and England (d. ), who declared that every man, serf or free, must be part of a hundred.
Frankpledge system and tithing disappeared, while the hundredman remained and became known as the Parish Constable. Parish Constable operated in towns and was generally unarmed, unpaid, and part-time.
Frankpledge definition, a system of dividing a community into tithings or groups of ten men, each member of which was responsible for the conduct of the other members of his group and for the assurance that a member charged with a breach of the law would be produced at court.
ORIGIN OF FRANKPLEDGE 37 Norman scheme of peace suretyship was clearly the offspring and successor of the Anglo-Saxon institution. The contrasts between horh and frankpledge are those between a less highly and a more highly developed system. The borh obligation of the laws of Ethelred and Canute was not per- manent.
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Frankpledge System by W. Morris, MarchLawbook Exchange edition, Hardcover in English. The system of frankpledge prevailed in some English boroughs.
Sometimes a court for view of frankpledge, called in some places a mickleton, whereat the mayor or the bailiffs presided, was held for the whole borough; in other cases the borough was divided into wards, or into leets, each of which had its separate court.
This chapter examines developments in frankpledge organization in one Essex manor in the half century after the Black Death. It considers in detail the composition of late 14th-century juries of chief pledges and the effect of tenurial changes on the administrative structure of the manor.
In particular, developments in frankpledge organization are considered on the context of late. The Frankpledge System. by William Alfred Morris,available at Book Depository with free delivery : William Alfred Morris. The frankpledge system / Author: by William Alfred Morris.
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Frankpledge system. In The SAGE glossary of the social and behavioral sciences (pp. ). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: /n This book, The frankpledge system, by William Alfred Morris, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close Author: Alfred Davis.frankpledge — noun a) A legal system, based on tithings, in Anglo Saxon England, in which members were held responsible for each others conduct b) A member of such a tithing Wiktionary.
frankpledge — frank•pledge [[t]ˈfræŋkˌplɛdʒ[/t]] n. Old Eng. Law. 1) law a system of dividing a community into tithings, with each member being.