acton burnell

acton burnell defined in 1939 year

acton burnell - Acton Burnell;
acton burnell - Village of Shropshire, England, 8 m. S.E. of Shrewsbury. In 1283 Edward I, then fighting the Welsh, called a Parliament here, in which the merchants were separately represented. It passed the statute of Acton Burnell, which made it lawful for a creditor to seize the goods of a man who would not pay his debts, and hold them until he did so.

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acton, john emerich edward dalberg, 1st baron

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