Definition of Portmote. Meaning of Portmote. Synonyms of Portmote

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Definition of Portmote

Portmote
Portmote Port"mote`, n. In old English law, a court, or mote, held in a port town. [Obs.] --Blackstone.

Meaning of Portmote from wikipedia

- crosses", enjo**** a degree of self-government through a town court or portmote, and a form of free tenure of property. These privileges set the area of...
- held by Sir Richard's successors, the Earls of Sefton until 1972. The Portmote of the Borough of Salford merged with the Hundred Court in the 17th century...
- There is known to have been a bailiff from at least 1312 and the court of portmote is known to have existed from at least the 13th century. The borough appears...
- Chester. The borough's government was in the hands of a borough-reeve and portmote court. The reeve was elected by the burgesses at large, while the head...
- century, and is believed to lie on the site of the medieval court where the Portmote or Borough Court was held. Sayer's Almshouses, were the legacy of John...
- the Giltspur Street Compter (City of London) The Macclesfield Court of Portmote The Maidstone Court of Conservancy The Melcombe Regis Court of Husting...
- Poultry Compter and the Giltspur Street Compter, The Macclesfield Court of Portmote, The Maidstone Court of Conservancy, The Melcombe Regis Court of Husting...
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