But the good qualities of the county palatine were not likely to be appreciated by our weary travellers.
Readers outside of the county palatine will not have any difficulty in perusing the stories.
The field of this county palatine is therefore left free for the present volume.
Truly, the county palatine was in sad case, according to Master Potts's account.
On the erection of Cheshire to a county palatine after the Conquest, Chester became the seat of government of the palatine earls.
The shrievalty of the county palatine has always been esteemed the blue riband of shrievalties.
No shire court was ever held for the county, but as a duchy and county palatine it has its own special courts.
The office of chancellor of the duchy and county palatine dates back to 1351.
It is attached to the duchy of Lancaster, a crown office, and retains the chancery court for the county palatine.
This was a county palatine, and had jura regalia, before this erection of it into a principality.