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5, is devoted entirely to manorial documents. DISCUSSIONS OF THE ORIGIN OF THE MANOR The question of the origin of the mediæval manorial organization, whether it is principally of native English or of Roman origin, or hewn from still other materials, although not treated in this textbook, has been the subject of much interest and discussion. One view of the case is the thesis of Seebohm's book, referred to above. Other books treating of it are the following:— Earle, John: Land Charters and Saxonic Documents, Introduction.
Each vill possessed its church, which was generally, though by no means always, close to the houses of the village. There was usually a manor house, which varied in size from an actual castle to a building of a character scarcely distinguishable from the primitive houses of the villagers. This might be occupied regularly or occasionally by the lord of the manor, but might otherwise be inhabited by the steward or by a tenant, or perhaps only serve as the gathering place of the manor courts. Connected with the manor house was an enclosure or courtyard commonly surrounded by buildings for general farm purposes and for cooking or brewing.
They must in all cases pay the town tolls, from which members of the gild were exempt. " Similarly at Leicester, in 1260, it was ordained that no gildsman should form a partnership with a stranger, allowing him to join in the profits of the sale of wool or other merchandise. HALL OF MERCHANTS' COMPANY OF YORK. (Lambert: Two Thousand Years of Gild Life. Published by A. ) INTERIOR OF HALL OF MERCHANTS' COMPANY OF YORK. (Lambert: Two Thousand Years of Gild Life. Published by A. ) As against outsiders the gild merchant was a protective body, as regards its own members it was looked upon and constantly spoken of as a fraternity.