Exchequer: Pipe Office: Particulars, Warrants and Transcripts for Crown Leases

Reference:
E 367
Title:
Exchequer: Pipe Office: Particulars, Warrants and Transcripts for Crown Leases
Description:

This series mainly consists of particulars, constats and warrants for, and transcripts of, Crown leases under the Exchequer seal from the Exchequer Pipe Office.

There are also, however, some misplaced particulars for the sale of the Crown lands and fee-farm rents during the Interregnum and a few auditors' certificates of the same period relating to the payment of pensions, etc, from fee-farm rents.

Date:
Elizabeth I - George IV
Related Material:
For the reigns of Elizabeth I to James I further transcripts of the leases are in E 311
Particulars for the Parliamentary sale of Crown land and fee-farm rents are in E 320
Particulars for the Parliamentary sale of Crown land and fee-farm rents and auditors' certificates of pensions, etc, from the fee farm rents are in E 308
For the reigns of Elizabeth I to James I further original particulars for leases under the Exchequer seal are in E 310
Auditors' drafts of particulars for leases, and warrants for them, are in LR 10
Auditors enrolment books of particulars also in LR 1
Auditors' drafts of particulars for leases, and warrants for them, are in E 147
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status:
Public Record
Language:
English and Latin
Physical description:
7540 papers

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