Seizure books with copies of documents, such as inquisitions, relating to Exchequer process of debtors and outlaws. The first volume covers the period of James I and part of that of Charles I and there follow two overlapping volumes, which date to the late eighteenth century. Each contains the separate business of one of the Remembrancer's of the Exchequer.
As the responsibility for the administration of the Crown lands in Wales did not fall to the Exchequer until 1543, the auditors for circuit 7 had responsibilities that in England were generally the province of the Sheriff.
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