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Helsinki, National Archives, 219. Porvoon läänin tuomiokirja, 1592–1596

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Court records

Julkaisija

Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici

Aikamääre

1592-1596

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Paper

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Swedish

Identifiointitunnus

Helsinki
National Archives
219

Kattavuus

Porvoo

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Helsinki, National Archives, 219. Porvoon läänin tuomiokirja, 1592–1596
1592–1596
,
Porvoo
Court records
Fols. :
Records of court sessions
held in
Porvoo
county and presided over by
Mats Thomasson
,
Hartvik Henriksson
.
(Headline)
Dom Boken öffuer Borghå lheen.
( is blank.) Anno etc. 92 Thenn 23 Maij hultt iag Mattz Thomesson ... ... feltes thenne efternembde huarder --- (the text is mostly illegible). Fol. 129 is blank.
Paper
130 folios.
21cm × 33cm
Two sets of foliation: one in ink in the upper margin; another stamped in the lower margin. The first one counts fol. 74 twice, and the later one skips a leaf after fol. 55. Hence the actual count is one higher starting from fol. 74.
i + II
4
+ III
10
+ IV
18
+ 3III
36
+ IV
44
+ III
50
+ V
60
+ II
64
+ IV
72
+ III
77(78)
+ VI
89(90)
+ V
99(100)
+ 2IV
115(116)
+ III
121(122)
+ 2II
129(130)
+ i
Modern quire-signatures pencilled in the inner margin of a quire's first leaf.
The manuscript is in good condition. There is some fraying and dirt along the edges. The text on fols. has almost completely faded.
One unruled column with a varying number of lines.
Probably only one main hand writing a cursive of varying quality.
No decoration.
A modern half-binding with modern flyleaves inserted front and back.
The manuscript contains transcripts of
court records
presided over by two judges,
Mats Thomasson
and
Hartvik Henriksson
, in
Porvoo
1592–1596
. The entire manuscript seems to be the work of a single scribe, presumably adding to the manuscript as the sessions proceeded.
The later history of the manuscript is unknown. Probably it was sent to
Sweden
after its writing and shipped back to
Finland
after the
Hamina
accords of
1809
. National Archives' shelf-mark on the spine.
Cataloguer
Ville Walta
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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