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The curious case of Scottish money in Swaledale

The court books of the manors of Healaugh and Muker in Swaledale, from the earliest in 1686 until 1712, show that some of the annual rents paid by copyhold tenants included an unfamiliar monetary denomination – a plack. The rents … Continue reading

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