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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 134  2014  page 281

A History of the Ecclesiastical Courts of the Diocese of Canterbury, 1566-86, based on the
   Cause papers bound within the Volume MS.F.4.12. By Karen Rushton

   26.   The National Archives, Access to Archives: York University, Borthwick institute of Historical Research: DR/C&P Correspondence and Working Papers of the Diocesan Registrar and Other Officials of the Archbishop of York.
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a/records.aspx?cat=193-dr&cid=0&kw=proctor#0
        [viewed 16th February 2014].
   27.   Diocese of Chester Records: Consistory Court Records 16th-20th Century, Cheshire Archives and Local Studies, EDC; the Courts of the Archbishop of York: Cause Papers, Early 14th Century - 1999, York University Borthwick Institute of Historical Reseacrh, CP, series E-J; Church Courts: Papers in Ecclesiastical Suits, 1595-1646, Canterbury Cathedral Archives, CCA-DCb-J/J.
   28.   The pattern of wormholes in the pages suggests the order has not been altered over time.
   29.   B. Dodds, ‘Demesne and tithe: peasant agriculture in the late middle ages’, Agricultural History Review, 56, 2 (2008), 125.
   30.   R.B. Outhwaite, The Rise and Fall of the Ecclesiastical Courts 1550-1860 (CUP, 2006) p. 25.
   31.   R.C. Palmer, Selling the Church: the English parish in law, commerce and religion, 1350-1550 (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2002), p. 32.
   32.   C. Haigh, ‘Anticlericalism and the English Reformation’, in C. Haigh (ed.), The English Reformation Revised (CUP, 2000), p. 69.
   33.   R.B. Outhwaite, The Rise and Fall of the Ecclesiastical Courts, p. 29.
   34.   R. Helmholz, ‘Debt Claims and Probate Jurisdiction in Historical Perspective’, American Journal of Legal History, 23 (1979); R.B Outhwaite, The Rise and Fall of the English Ecclesiastical Courts, p. 7.
   35.   A. Tarver, Church Court records, p. 64.
   36.   R.B Outhwaite, The Rise and Fall of the Ecclesiastical Courts, p. 34.
   37.   Ibid., p. 35.
   38.   A. Tarver, Church Court Records, p. 59.
   39.   P. Hair, Before the Bawdy Court (London: Paul Elek Books, 1972), p. 12.
   40.   M. Ingram, Church Courts, Sex and Marriage in England, 1570-1640 (CUP, 1988), p. 292.
   41.   C. Haigh, ‘Slander and the Church Courts in the Sixteenth Century’, Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, 78 (1975), 2.
   42.   Ibid., 2-3.
   43.   L. Gowing, ‘Gender and the Language of Insult in Early Modern London’, pp.1, 14 , 15; C. Haigh, ‘Slander and the Church Courts in the Sixteenth Century’, Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, 78 (1975), p. 5.
   44.   J.A. Sharpe, Defamation and Sexual Slander in Early Modern England: The Church Courts at York (Borthwick Institute: York, 1953), p. 2.
   45.   C. Haigh, ‘Slander and the Church Courts in the Sixteenth Century’, Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, 78 (1975), p. 1.
   46.   R. Helmholz, Marriage Litigation in Medieval England (CUP, 1975), p. 2.
   47.   R. Helmholz, Marriage Litigation, p. 25.
   48.   M. Ingram, Church Courts, Sex and Marriage, pp. 189-190.
   49.   M. Ingram, ‘Spousals Litigation in the English Ecclesiastical Courts c.1350-c.1640’, in R.B. Outhwaite (ed.), Marriage and Society: Studies in the Social History of Marriage, (London: Europa Publications, 1981), p. 35.
   50.   M. Ingram, Church Courts, Sex and Marriage in England, 1570-1640, p. 145.
   51.   Ibid., p. 146.

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