admission (1370-72)

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admission (1370-72)

[ FEW: 24,167b admissio; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF: ; DMF:  admission; TLF:  admission; OED:  admission n.; MED:  admission n.; DMLBS: 32c admissio ]


1eccl.admittance to a benefice
( 1376 )  si aucune persone devoit estre admys al dit benefice par l’Ercevesqe […]  ii 352
( 1393-94 )  non obstantz les admission, institucion et induction susditz  204
occupationadmission, entry to a trade
( 1370-72 )  Conred Schillyng de Coloyne est admis en la Compeignie del Fraternité d’orfeverie et ad paié pur sa admission - xx s.  148
( 1439 )  Et serra chescun tiel host, en sa primere admission all [sic] dit occupation, jurrez […]  v 25
( 1469 )  Si en quare impedit le defendaunt monstre pur son title un graunt et que il presenta son clerk a l’evesque quel fuist admitté, instituté et induct, le pleintif poet responder, scilicet, traverser, sur quel de cez poyntez que il voet, et s’il prent traverse sur l’admyssion ou institucion, il serra trié per l’evesque  i 126
lettres d’admission
1eccl.letters of admittance
( 1376 )  il (=the candidate for admission to a benefice) dorroit pur les lettres de admission escrivre as clercz ii s.  ii 352
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