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Helsinki, National Archives, 216b. Registry of fines paid 1551 in Ylä-Satakunta

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A registry of fines from Ylä-Satakunta in
1551.

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Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici

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1551

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Helsinki
National Archives
216b

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Ylä-Satakunta

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Helsinki, National Archives, 216b. Registry of fines paid 1551 in Ylä-Satakunta
1551
,
Ylä-Satakunta
A
registry of fines
from
Ylä-Satakunta
in
1551
.
The manuscript is currently bound with another manuscript (
216a
) containing court records for
Ala-Satakunta
,
1550–1552
.
Fols. : Registry of fines from the winter and summer sessions in
1551
presided over by
Nils Ingesson
and from the spring sessions presided over by
Jöns Västgöte
. Starts from the winter sessions and proceeds to the spring and summer sessions. Included are also a number of sessions which lack the date and the name of the judge.
Anno domini 1551 Then 1 Octobris hult Jag Nils Ingesson host tingh med almogen aff Tyrffues ... Anno dni 1551 then 25 maij stådh vår tingitt i Tyrffuis sochn ... Jöns väsgiötis ... Anno dni 1551 then 10 Julij hult iag Nils Ingesson Sommar tingith ... ... Peninger 619 marker 5 öre 1 ortunge.
(Fols. and are blank.)
Paper
48 folios
19,5cm × 28,5cm
Two separate modern foliations. The first (1–48) in ink in the upper margin, and the second (182–229) stamped in the lower margin. The second foliation continues the foliation of the first manuscript in the binding (
216a
).
(V–1)
9
+ V
19
+ IV
27
+ VII
41
+ (IV–1)
48
The first and last leaf excised.
Modern quire signatures running through the entire volume have been marked in the lower inner margin of the first leaf in each quire.
The manuscript is in excellent condition.
One unruled column with a varying number of lines.
Three main hands (I: fols. ; II: fols. , ; III: , ) writing cursives of
saec. XVI
. Hand III also appears in other registries (
Helsinki, National Archives, 1941
and
1973
).
No decoration. Ingresses feature a more formal script.
Modern binding in blue cardboard. Now bound together with court records from Ala-Satakunta, 1550–1552 (216a).
The manuscript contains a
registry of fines
from court sessions held in
1551
by two different judges in
Ylä-Satakunta
. The registry is the work of three scribes. Since there are no cancellations or corrections, the manuscript is likely a fair copy. However, a number of headings lack both the date and the name of the presiding judge.
National Archive’s shelf-mark ‘216b’ on a small slip attached to fol. 1.
The later provenance of the manuscript is unknown, but it was probably sent to
Stockholm
after its writing and shipped back to
Finland
after the Hamina accords in
1809
.
Cataloguer
Ville Walta
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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