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Est. Les Etablissements de Saint Louis, ed. Paul Viollet. 4 vols. Société de l'Histoire de France. Paris: Renouard, 1881. Glanvill. Ranulf de Glanvil(le) (supposed author). The treatise on the laws and customs of England commonly called Glanvill, ed. and trans. G. D. G. Hall. Medieval Texts. London: Nelson, 1965. Olim. Beugnot, le comte, ed. Les olim ou registre des arrêts rendus par la cour du roi, sous les règnes de Saint Louis, de Philippe le Hardi, de Philippe le Bel, de Louis le Hutin et de Philippe le Long.

Les Etablissements de Saint Louis, ed. Paul Viollet. 4 vols. Société de l'Histoire de France. Paris: Renouard, 1881. Glanvill. Ranulf de Glanvil(le) (supposed author). The treatise on the laws and customs of England commonly called Glanvill, ed. and trans. G. D. G. Hall. Medieval Texts. London: Nelson, 1965. Olim. Beugnot, le comte, ed. Les olim ou registre des arrêts rendus par la cour du roi, sous les règnes de Saint Louis, de Philippe le Hardi, de Philippe le Bel, de Louis le Hutin et de Philippe le Long.

And it seems very profitable for us, by our work, with the help of God, to be able to make this book for them, by which they can be instructed how to pursue the right and abandon the wrong. 3. The second reason is so that we can, with the help of God, do something which will be pleasing to our lord the Count and his personal counsel, for, if God pleases, he may be instructed by this book concerning how he should preserve and enforce preservation of the customs of his lands in the county of Clermont, so that his vassals4 and the common people can live in peace under his rule, and so that by this teaching the tricksters [tricheeur] and dealers in sharp practice [bareteeur] may all be revealed in their sharp practice and trickery, and thrust down by the law and justice of the count.

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