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Henry, attrib. n. Also: Henré, Henri. As the name of coins of Henry VI of England. = Hary n. 1456 Acts II. 46/1.
Mone of vther cuntreis … sik as the Henry Inglis noble of pais to be cryit to xxij s.
1467 Ib. 88/2.
The Henry noble to xxvii s. vi d.
1483 Acta Aud. 112*/1.
A box with tuentj five Inglis noblez, & of tha v rose noblez, & the remanent Henry noblez
1489 Charter (Reg. H.) No. 549.
The Inglis nobil callit the Henry xxiiij s.
The inglis grote, that is to say the Henry xiij d.

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