The Jewish Money-Lender and the Charters of English Jewry in their historical setting

4. The Jewish Money-Lender and the Charters of English Jewry in their historical setting.

Richard, by the grace of God, King of England, duke of Normandy, etc., to his archbishops, bishops etc., greeting:

I.–Know ye that we have granted and, by the present charter, confirm? ed, to Ysaac, son of Rabbi Joce, and his sons and their men, all their customs and liberties just as the Lord King Henry, our father, granted and by his charter confirm -ed to the Jews of England and Nor -mandy, namely: to reside in our land freely and honourably, and to hold all those things from us which the aforesaid Isaac and his sons held in the time of Henry the King, our father, in lands, and fiefs, and pledges, and gifts, and purchases, viz., Hame, which Henry, our father, gave them for their service, and Thurroc, which the said Isaac bought of the

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