The Judges of Rozemont

The Nine Judges of Rozemont were chosen by the color of their eyes. The pale blue color was like crystal glass. They could see into the future where they spent most of their time. When they are brought back, they go crazy because they can see how this grasping at things is to demolish the future. They do not think in linear terms. Now that the European Union is collapsing, they are building a Trapeze Net of Synchronicity in order to break Mankind’s fall. A old ritual is retrieved from the cellar of Rougemont castle.

The Nine Judges of Rozemont

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Here is the record of laws passed in Rougemont, called, Rozemont, when the Habsburgs d’Autriche came to live in Rougemont Castle and rule the Alsace. In this document we find the mention of a Sergeant, who is like a Sheriff who carried out the rulings of the nine judges of Rozemont.

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http://lachapellesouschaux.chez.tiscali.fr/monographie.htm

Lachapelle under Chaux which is aujourd?hui l?une more significant
communes of the Canton of Giromagny was in Xè century a small hamlet
provided d?une Chapelle and dependent on the Commune with Lime.
This small vault for a long time disappeared and of splendid harvests
mature on its site, but the name of Chaperotte (small vault) remained
with cettee part of the Communal Territory to perpetrate the memory
of it. In 1024 Lachapelle under Chaux was included/understood in the
Seigniory of Rozemont which belonged to the Counts de Montbéliard
jusqu?en 1332, time when it was reserved for Jeanne of Montbeliard,
marchioness of Bade… In 1347 it belonged to the goods of the house
d?Autriche in consequence of the marriage of the girl of Jeanne of
Montbeliard with l?Archiduc Albert and did not make return to France
qu?en 1648.

Under the domination of the archdukes d?Autriche, the rights
concerning the pasture, l?affuage, the heating, sawing, the maronage
of the inhabitants of the valley of Rozemont, formed a species of
code known under the name of Coutumier of Rozemont. We give it
hereafter with l?ordonnance and the payment of l?Archiduc Ferdinand
gone back to 1557.
Old rights and habits of Rozemont
Usual of Rozemont
1 ” It must there have a justice established in Rozemont, which must
hold at the Lime village for all foreign and different people who
there will have to make, which justice must be made up d?un
Lieutenant which will reside in Rozemont and of nine judges who will
have to be able to consider causes as well civil as criminal. And s1
quelqu?un had to plead against another in front of icelle, says it
Lieutenant in the name of the Lord of Belfort after having ouï the
parts in their requests, answers will require, having the septre in
hand, known as to the nine judges their opinions and will let judge
without which those luy anticipate and well according to their good
judgement and then Lieutenant says it will pronounce their
sentences . ”
2 ” the known as justice of Rozemont would be considerée and
estimated like superior and that of the Lord, and then that the
justice of Rougegoutte is a low jurisdiction, call them while coming
will be presented by front that of known as Rozemont like also those
of Vézelois and estant Argiessant included/understood under that of
Rozemont, S?il if found parts burdened, it will call their sentences
by front the new judges of known as Rozemont .”
3 ” Per front known as the new judges of Rozemont will be exhibées
the acts and sentences and after their having considerés well and
dument to take the sentence appellatoire in fourteen s?il days is
possible so that the parts n?ayant prone to complain with their
subterfuge ”
4 ” Item, if two foreigners are made agree l?un l?autre by front the
justice of known as Rozemont, or is qu?ils are called there by
magistrait and estant appeared cannot the parts desist d?Icelle
before d?iceux Knowledge and sentences nine judges who however will
have to make good justice and which parts n?ayant prone of s?oposer
or to complain. ”
5 ” Item that if parts makes quote others its deffendor not appearing
for the first, second and third time without making its exceptions
and objection l?actor will be able to form request, procest against
the known as defendor all as s?il there was present and to show this
qu?ilsoit contumacé, And then will owe pronocer true and legitimates
sentence .”
Lachapelle under Chaux which is aujourd?hui l?une more significant
communes of the Canton of Giromagny was in Xè century a small hamlet
provided d?une Chapelle and dependent on the Commune with Lime.
This small vault for a long time disappeared and of splendid harvests
mature on its site, but the name of Chaperotte (small vault) remained
with cettee part of the Communal Territory to perpetrate the memory
of it. In 1024 Lachapelle under Chaux was included/understood in the
Seigniory of Rozemont which belonged to the Counts de Montbéliard
jusqu?en 1332, time when it was reserved for Jeanne of Montbeliard,
marchioness of Bade… In 1347 it belonged to the goods of the house
d?Autriche in consequence of the marriage of the girl of Jeanne of
Montbeliard with l?Archiduc Albert and did not make return to France
qu?en 1648.
Under the domination of the archdukes d?Autriche, the rights
concerning the pasture, l?affuage, the heating, sawing, the maronage
of the inhabitants of the valley of Rozemont, formed a species of
code known under the name of Coutumier of Rozemont. We give it
hereafter with l?ordonnance and the payment of l?Archiduc Ferdinand
gone back to 1557.
Old rights and habits of Rozemont
Usual of Rozemont
1 ” It must there have a justice established in Rozemont, which must
hold at the Lime village for all foreign and different people who
there will have to make, which justice must be made up d?un
Lieutenant which will reside in Rozemont and of nine judges who will
have to be able to consider causes as well civil as criminal. And s1
quelqu?un had to plead against another in front of icelle, says it
Lieutenant in the name of the Lord of Belfort after having ouï the
parts in their requests, answers will require, having the septre in
hand, known as to the nine judges their opinions and will let judge
without which those luy anticipate and well according to their good
judgement and then Lieutenant says it will pronounce their
sentences . ”
2 ” the known as justice of Rozemont would be considerée and
estimated like superior and that of the Lord, and then that the
justice of Rougegoutte is a low jurisdiction, call them while coming
will be presented by front that of known as Rozemont like also those
of Vézelois and estant Argiessant included/understood under that of
Rozemont, S?il if found parts burdened, it will call their sentences
by front the new judges of known as Rozemont .”
3 ” Per front known as the new judges of Rozemont will be exhibées
the acts and sentences and after their having considerés well and
dument to take the sentence appellatoire in fourteen s?il days is
possible so that the parts n?ayant prone to complain with their
subterfuge ”
4 ” Item, if two foreigners are made agree l?un l?autre by front the
justice of known as Rozemont, or is qu?ils are called there by
magistrait and estant appeared cannot the parts desist d?Icelle
before d?iceux Knowledge and sentences nine judges who however will
have to make good justice and which parts n?ayant prone of s?oposer
or to complain. ”
5 ” Item that if parts makes quote others its deffendor not appearing
for the first, second and third time without making its exceptions
and objection l?actor will be able to form request, procest against
the known as defendor all as s?il there was present and to show this
qu?ilsoit contumacé, And then will owe pronocer true and legitimates
sentence .”
6 “As it is necessary criminal matter proséder if quelqu?un for its
crime is put at the prisons or qu?un wants to make felt sorry for or
to show others of crime icelui will have about it to submit to a
report by front the Lieutenant and the nine judges swear justice of
Rozemont.” 7 “Item if some malfaictor owes estre put at torture for
l?
interoger that must be done in the presence of the Lieutenant and of
all the d?iceux judges or major left with the defect what and n?
estant thus observed known as the nine judges would not be obliged to
give sentence.” 8 “And after the Confession of the delinquent will
have esté understood by the Lieutenant and the new sworn judges,
Iceux will be able to make come the malfaictor by front them quante
time that good will seem to him and according to whether that
confesses, s?il finds in connection with l?élargir they will be able
to make if not will judge it life with death.” 9 “the sentence will
owe pronover with the accustomed place like l?on always made d?
ancienneté. Which seraa read highly and intellégiblement. Together
confessions of delinquant qu?un each one can hear it and
include/understand.” 10 “Which sentence being given, it is with the
capacity and pleasure of its majesty or to its council to l?adoucir
or make thanks to the delinquent.” 11 “And with the case the known as
sentence either approves by Roy or its council, the delinquent will
be condemned and delivered by the Lieutenant with the Master of high
works to be executé according to the sentence pronounced by the
judges with the expenses and dépents of Seignuer of the place.”
12 “Dailleur if condemned the s?esvade by the negligence of boureaux
it will eschéra with first almonds of the Lord.” 13 “Deplus the known
as dispensers of justice have this capacity and privilege qu?en case
a foreigner was put by them at the prisons for crime and qu?iceluy
was repeated by its lord, iceux will not be held of him leaves the
prisoners. And demesme the known as ones swear will not be oblige to
repeat one as of their which would be with the prisons d?un foreign
Seigneur nor to make it widen.” 14 “If quelqu?un hommicide or other A
god does not want s?évader and withdraws in some paÿs foreign in qu??
on kind cannot apréhender to return it in prison, the Lieutenant
together the nine judges will be transported to the place or l?
hommicide s?est perpetrated and will make a circle to the four
entered or it will make assoior the justice in front of which the
fugitive delinquent will be quoted. And with the case or it did not
compare will be restored another day or icelui delinquent will be
réadjourné with the quatres openings. And with the case it does not
appear, will be encor and assigned justice for the third time where
the known as delinquent will be called with the four openings and not
appearing felonity will be made. And according to testimonys and
information taken of the fact and will be guaranteed by them
according to their judgement in accordance with the Criminelles
ordinances of l?emperor.” “Of the almonds which s?adjugent in the
justice of Rozemont And has which they will have to belong And the
people that l?on must pay d?icelle.” 15 “Qu?en the Justice of
Rozemont it will not s?adjugera aucunes almonds more high of trante
or sixty grounds. That say them amamdes small or large will belong to
the Lord of known as Rozemont.” 16 “And d?autant qu?un lieutenant of
known as justice n?est provided d?aucun pledge touching to it known
as justice will have to hold of each almonds four grounds because of
Scel and for the sorrow qu?il takes there.” 17 “Item if quelqu?un
actuates another must have twelve grounds of Each almond of sixty
grounds and trante grounds. if c?est of small almonds three grounds
and nothing more.” 18 “if quelqu?un has fixed price the life of which
sensuive sendoive death the Goods d?Icelui with the case or it n?aye
legitimate heirs to its body will have fallen and confiscate with the
Lord of Rozemont.” the 19 “Nevertheless Goods which his wife would
have brought with him and those qu?elle will have inherited its Estoc
will turn over to the known as woman.” 20 “Item One Each one prone of
Rozemont is obliged to keep its honor against and its oath that if
remarks délibéres it contrvient with y those must fall to almonds of
the Lord.” “Item if quelqu?un is found coupeant Wood in forests of
the Lord without Scues and to want prévot or of the forester will pay
l?amande to know of his stem of fols Sixty grounds and each cheine
trante grounds.” 22 “But if the inhabitants of Rozemont had taken
along wood if loing that since the forester n?y can carry his knocked
jusqu?au trunk qu?il had crossed Of it will be free and free without
paying any almond of it.” “Of the rainbage of the pledges” 23 “if for
some argument or bature or d?une succession in pledge in icelui is
carried guaranteed estre must restored by paying nine grounds ballois
in the term d?un month.” “Of the found Goods” the 24 “All goods found
with the valley of Rozemont will be put in dépot towards the officers
of Seigniory or with those which will have load of it the forty days
time. And if in this term known as Biens is not répétes will be eschu
with the Seigniory.” “SEN follows to what the subjects of Rozemont
are attenus and obliged to the Seigniory” 25 “Will be known as the
sujests of Rozemont pbligé to serve the Seigniory with a spade while
the Lord reigns or with the Colonel qu?il will have establi all and
quantes time qu?ils will be informed by it.” 26 “Will be also the
known as subjects bes Courvées annually such as habit like Charuer
and to mow. And for reward theirs will honestly be given to eat and
with drinking.”
“Item if quelqu?un is found coupeant Wood in forests of the Lord
without Scues and to want prévot or of the forester will pay l?amande
to know of his stem of fols Sixty grounds and each cheine trante
grounds.” 22 “But if the inhabitants of Rozemont had taken along wood
if loing that since the forester n?y can carry his knocked jusqu?au
trunk qu?il had crossed Of it will be free and free without paying
any almond of it.” “Of the rainbage of the pledges” 23 “if for some
argument or bature or d?une succession in pledge in icelui is carried
guaranteed estre must restored by paying nine grounds ballois in the
term d?un month.” “Of the found Goods” the 24 “All goods found with
the valley of Rozemont will be put in dépot towards the officers of
Seigniory or with those which will have load of it the forty days
time. And if in this term known as Biens is not répétes will be eschu
with the Seigniory.” “SEN follows to what the subjects of Rozemont
are attenus and obliged to the Seigniory” 25 “Will be known as the
sujests of Rozemont pbligé to serve the Seigniory with a spade while
the Lord reigns or with the Colonel qu?il will have establi all and
quantes time qu?ils will be informed by it.” 26 “Will be also the
known as subjects bes Courvées annually such as habit like Charuer
and to mow. And for reward theirs will honestly be given to eat and
with drinking.””SEN follows what the mayors must have as a reward.”
27 “And d?autant more than in the valley of Rozemont it n?y has any
sergeant establi who mesle businesses of justice to make the Commands
and defences the Bars pledges and sales and that such Things s?
expédient by four mayors like that of Lime, Vescemont, Rougegoutte
and Eloye one each one in his Devan town hall to have each Command
and defences and of each Bars for récompence four sums of money.” “Of
the sizes cences silver hens and other royalties” 28 “Item Ci after
appointed Lime mayors, Vescemont, Rougegoutte, Eloye, Vézelois,
Argisant, and Etueffont annually owe with the Seigniory four Hundred
Balloises books of the payable sizes half in March and l?autre half
in October.” 29 “Whose four hundred books of sizes must about it be
deducted fifty books for the foundation that Mrs Marquise has faicte
with l?hopital of Belfort and who will be paid at the known as
hospital.” 30 “And all those which will be indebted censes d?avoine
will pay d?un each one Bichot d?avoine, two grounds Balloises and
four hens thus qu?il is more amply carried to the register of the
Seigniory.” 31 “Item rye dimmes and d?avoine in l?étendue of Rozemont
as well high as under the mounts belong to the Lord except the dimes
of the churches and others seigneuraux dimes. And will be paid of
each one Bichot a Wax book.” 32 “Item will be held the known as
mayors to deliver the dimes to the Castle of Rozemont on the attics
with their own expenses and costs.” 33 “Item of Each fuages since the
bridge of the valley d?hoye in top a hen with the Seigniory for which
hens one will let remove prone audits of wood for their fuages out of
the old wood marked pertaining to the Seigniory.”34 “Item Those which
onr of the saws or raisses of boards d?autant qu?ils take wood be
forest of the Seigniory to make boards will pay the censes thus qu?il
is carried to the register of the Seigniory.” the 35 “subjects of
Rozemont since the bridge of Valley d?hoye in top are obliged to
annually pay fifty grounds of size for their houses.” “S?en follow
the rights and habits whose serf the sujests and living Valley of
Rozemont since the bridge of Valdoye in Top” the 36 “Firstly
inhabitants of Rozemont since the bridge of the Valley d?hoie
upstream n?ont and n?ont in no mill bannal n?y ribe qu?on can force
them as in fact they must be oblige d?en to have.” 37 “Which
inhabitant have this privilege to be able to set up on their clean
good melt of the furnaces mills and ribes and to make them build on
water.” 38 “Item that if quelqu?un of the known as inhabitants of
Rozemont since the bridge of Vald?hoye in top were of resolution to
want to build a house neufve mill or ribe or other buildings or qu?il
voullut to make some repairs in its house undermines and mill will
require of the prévot or foresters wood as much qu?il will have some
necessary. Which will not make any difficulty of him of giving some
since such Things is for the profit and utility of the Commun run and
will have icelui inhabitants to give to the foresters for icelui wood
three grounds nothing more.” 39 “And with the case that qulequ?un
voullut s?émensiper of its authority private and without permission
To take along Wood for its building or for some repairs out of the
forrest of the Seigniory y that will be obliged to be appropriate and
treat with the Lord for l?amande In laquel it will be écheu.” the
40 “That s?i quelqu?un of the known as inhabitants of Rozemont cuts a
tree and the billonne branches will belong to the first which will
find them and which will be able to take them along.” 41 “And if some
inhabitants of Rozemont had to cross or cut down a wood and quil had
left the stem by ground jusqu?à this qu?il would have believed there
some spines over or another Thing will be permissible to another
inhabitant without informing of it that which will l?aura crossed, of
l?emmener for its use.” 42 “Will be also permissible to the known as
inhabitants of Rozemont d?extirper the wood of their forrest of which
they pay cences d?avoine annually there to plow and sow.” 43 “Which
will not be attenus with other Choses for the known as forests if not
the revenues d?avoine and said them lorsquils will sow there.”
44 “That if in the forests it if found some wood to bastir they them
will be able to make cut down or to sell them for money with quelqu?
un or to give them for nothing with which good will seem to them.”
45 “And will owe the quatrre mayors of Rozemont then qu?ils are
obliged there with the others to raise the sizes and to deliver them
To be free of the known as sizes without of anything to pay.”
46 “Auquels living since the bridge of Vald?hoye in top is allowed to
make ponds of their own fields, meadows and forrest as good will seem
to them.” 47 “And will not be the known as inhabitants of Rozemont
obliged to pay with anyone aucunes sheaves if not the dîme except for
l?entretien of the guard of the Castle of Rozemont And but if d?
aventure one nor made no guard will be attenus to give any sheaves.”
34 “Item Those which onr of the saws or raisses of boards d?autant
qu?
ils take wood be forest of the Seigniory to make boards will pay the
censes thus qu?il is carried to the register of the Seigniory.” the
35 “subjects of Rozemont since the bridge of Valley d?hoye in top are
obliged to annually pay fifty grounds of size for their houses.” “S?
en follow the rights and habits whose serf the sujests and living
Valley of Rozemont since the bridge of Valdoye in Top” the
36 “Firstly inhabitants of Rozemont since the bridge of the Valley d?
hoie upstream n?ont and n?ont in no mill bannal n?y ribe qu?on can
force them as in fact they must be oblige d?en to have.” 37 “Which
inhabitant have this privilege to be able to set up on their clean
good melt of the furnaces mills and ribes and to make them build on
water.” 38 “Item that if quelqu?un of the known as inhabitants of
Rozemont since the bridge of Vald?hoye in top were of resolution to
want to build a house neufve mill or ribe or other buildings or qu?il
voullut to make some repairs in its house undermines and mill will
require of the prévot or foresters wood as much qu?il will have some
necessary. Which will not make any difficulty of him of giving some
since such Things is for the profit and utility of the Commun run and
will have icelui inhabitants to give to the foresters for icelui wood
three grounds nothing more.” 39 “And with the case that qulequ?un
voullut s?émensiper of its authority private and without permission
To take along Wood for its building or for some repairs out of the
forrest of the Seigniory y that will be obliged to be appropriate and
treat with the Lord for l?amande In laquel it will be écheu.” the
40 “That s?i quelqu?un of the known as inhabitants of Rozemont cuts a
tree and the billonne branches will belong to the first which will
find them and which will be able to take them along.” 41 “And if some
inhabitants of Rozemont had to cross or cut down a wood and quil had
left the stem by ground jusqu?à this qu?il would have believed there
some spines over or another Thing will be permissible to another
inhabitant without informing of it that which will l?aura crossed, of
l?emmener for its use.” 42 “Will be also permissible to the known as
inhabitants of Rozemont d?extirper the wood of their forrest of which
they pay cences d?avoine annually there to plow and sow.” 43 “Which
will not be attenus with other Choses for the known as forests if not
the revenues d?avoine and said them lorsquils will sow there.”
44 “That if in the forests it if found some wood to bastir they them
will be able to make cut down or to sell them for money with quelqu?
un or to give them for nothing with which good will seem to them.”
45 “And will owe the quatrre mayors of Rozemont then qu?ils are
obliged there with the others to raise the sizes and to deliver them
To be free of the known as sizes without of anything to pay.”
46 “Auquels living since the bridge of Vald?hoye in top is allowed to
make ponds of their own fields, meadows and forrest as good will seem
to them.” 47 “And will not be the known as inhabitants of Rozemont
obliged to pay with anyone aucunes sheaves if not the dîme except for
l?entretien of the guard of the Castle of Rozemont And but if d?
aventure one nor made no guard will be attenus to give any
sheaves.”48 “Item will have said the inhabitants of Rozemont this
freedom and frankness from being able to go by all the markets of
this Seigniory to buy all kinds of meats commestible, all kinds of
food products according to whether the nencessity requires it for RN
to give their good profit and pleasure.” 49 “As also will be able the
known as inhabitants to make lead l?eau rivers on their goods by
rewarding that to which one carries damage or loss.” 50 “Item that if
one of the sujests of the valley of Rozemont voullait to make
raccomoder its charruot to make with icelui courvées with the
Seigniory to Him is given wood to the requisition by the foresters
which will have for his right four sums of money and anything
more.” “the successions” 51 “Item that the known as inhabitants
either will inherit their next in back consanguinity d?en than nexts
of kin will inherit the late one and excluraa more éloingné thus qu?
il is to be seen emplement by a letter qu?ils have in hand made with
the profit known as inhabitants sealed of Known monseigneur l?
Archiduc d?heureuse memory.” “Of the wines banal Engal And peage” the
52 “sujests of Rozemont will not be oblige to d?avoir And output
Bannaux wines as in d?autres place It are imposed n?y will not pay
any Engal thus nor tolls will be free whole.” “Of fishing” the
53 “known as inhabitants of Rozemont have this immunity and frankness
to fish with the hand, the bourron, ness and in which ways and in
manner qu?il they will like the rivers of Rozemont since the bridge
of Vald?hoye in top without preventing toutesfois l?eau n?y the
devirer or leading out of his natural bed.” 54 “As also the prévot of
known as Rozemont of its pleasure of fishing be known as rivers of
Rozemont without carrying damage or prevention with aforesaid the
sujests and n?y will comettra nor will order any fisherman so that l?
on is not constrained of deffendre water and to put in round of
applause.” “Of Hunting” “the known as inhabitants of Rozemont have
also this privilege of time immémorial of hunting with their Dogs
with wild boar and to hares and all others bestes suvages out the
serf and the Roe-deer in condition qu?il will return d?un wild boar
the first district jusqu?à eleven costes And To deliver the head and
the four legs. And if by chance one of known as the sujests of
Rozemont went with its dog in the forrest or driving out with d?
autres dogs and qu?il would meet a stag or Roe-deer and qu?il l?
abbati and the print icelui will n?encourerai aucunes sorrows
realising returning to that Illustrissimme Seigneur the first
district of known as Bestes.” Copy collated conforms to l?original.
Fact in Metz with the seat of the marble table on 3 April 1715….
signed Jossé usher. Schedule and payment of l?Archiduc Ferdinand –
1557- “Ferdinand by the gâce of God archduke d?Autriche Elu always
majestic Roman emperor roy of Germanie of Hungary and Bohemian And
infant d?Espagne duke of Burgundy Stirie Carinthie Carniol and
Vurtemberg and count of the Tyrol. Order d?instruction and ordinance
as to l?avenir l?on must behave in our forests of high futaye,
forrest black and other forest Communes and ragies located in our
Seigniory of Rozemont and other territories that our two justices and
our forester must observe without contravening it to prevent the
mésus makes past. And so that our known as forrest is not destroyed
and that our foundries n?en mésusent n?y the subjects for their own
use we proposed l?Ordonnance cy after so that our known as forête
druise ny that nobody lacks wood to l?avenir to scavoir for the first
we order ourselves by our capacity seigneurial and voullons that all
the Large ones And black forests as with us appartennantes into clean
as well in the mountains small valleys as in the plains which are in
our known as Seigneurie And valley of Rozemont without excluding
aucunes of it are in Round of applause and deffendues as aussy qu?
aucune people of which quality which is naye with s?y to transport
without our expres assent or on our behalf De Celuy of our justice
prévot of the mines and foresters who by us will be proposed And who
all wood cut down

For the thirteenth one And with l?égard of Wood and Coal for the
mines in our high and black known forests cy known as Will observe
diligently And this for the foundry not only not to mark for the
known as uses the thickest wood most distant and most inconvenient
but ainsy. For the fourteenth we want aussy that our subjects which
work in the mines and foundry with coupper Wood And to make Coal
mainly Those which are obliged to s?entretenir by work isoit
étrangerr ounon are preferred before all the others so that by it can
live And to provide has their necessities. For the fifteenth person
vy old n?y will not be able to make new pasture in our high montanges
and forests black ny will not pouront transgreser in the old pastures
where it sy will find some, in addition to their terminals and limits
under penalty of Grandes almonds. For Sixteenth, In case that the
known as old men pastures dussent surcroître And to be thick the
weather will not be defended on the known as subjects or inhabitants
d?y to make nétoyer and esclaircir all the passages by the s$u assent
and visit made with paravant foresters. For the seventeenth, our
subjects will take guard exactly with fire and will strongly defend
it with their Shepherds has black ny other Commun wood do not ruin
what high And the forrets by fire. For eighteenth In case it had to
with it to arrive some fires they will be held and obliged l?
éteindre. For the nineteenth they owe aussy diligement s?informer
which will have put fire to declare it with our officers and prévots
mines so qu?il can punish them. For twentieth, we order, voullons and
Commandons with our officers of the Seigniory and of the mines and
foresters to visit twice l?année high and black the forrests Scavoir
in spring And in Autumn And all has when time that the case will
requierra it during l?année And to take guard with the damage that l?
on will have made there And s?il sy finds of them s?informer which
will l?aura makes so qu?ils punish them largely as it is due. For
vingtunième, with l?égard of Wood small Commun runs and ragies out
high and black forests, our known as subjects will be able to take
there And Coupper of wood to build, bruller And for all others their
need without the s$u and assent of our prévot of the mines and
foresters all times with good order And to prevent the disorder in
the known as ones drink and it is permissible for them to d?avoir and
maintain Banverts to take guard And their share there; however our
law officers must prevent Couppe superfluous is for bruller or
differently like aussy pèlement of the trees In Couppes of young Oaks
in known as Bois Common and to punish the culprits and to only hold
such a good order with l?égard of l?écorce and concerning the vallor
of l?écorce it is allowed to them and permissible to sell it and make
money of it scavoir. Those qu?il will make wood qu?ils will have
couppés for their Heatings And others in their Communs wood which to
them will have been marked being defended them to make differently.
For vingtdeuxième In case there were some villages or boroughs lqui
do not n?eussent wood common ny d?autres clean to coupper for Their
Heating, in case we allow qu?il their is marked the certain closest
Cantons in our high and black forrêts by our having loads for their
needs without all times for transgressing the limits which theirs
will be marked And with Load d?y to cross with order. For the ving-
third should not aussy the known as inhabitants sell any other wood
or planchess poles slats ny d?autre manner without our permission
express of hardly d?encourir our punishment. For vingtquatrrième In
case they dussent to make bruler fouillies in known as Bois common
ainsy qu?il is known as it must take guard qu?aucun fire well there
s?
aproche our the known as high ones and black forests to prevent qu?
ils salument And do not brulent differently that coming us to nottes
Celuy or those which will have fallen in faults will be largely
punished.
As also that jusqu?à present the subjects had habit of Coupper the
young oaks to make slats Of qu?ils kind mésusent of sanblables Baux
drink we voullons to cure such abuses And not wanting more allows
seriously defend we to them more coupper to be l?avenir but Bien qu?
il their is allowed of coupper young people vernes or another wood
suitable to make slats for the needs for their houses however with
order and without superfluity; as aussy at a rate of the moullins
with saw since jusqu?à present the subjects have with great disorder
couppé in the wood prorpre forests much to saw to build Baucoup de
Bâtiments. And so qu?à to l?avenir one observes a better order And
than the forests so much are spared better we order, voullons qu?à to
l?avenir all the moullins with saws not ordered either demolished and
defended and than henceforth it n?y in aye more than for the
innevitables needs of the works of the mines And the Seigniory of
Rozemont, has quoy the officers by us ordered must hold May and
especially our forester must take all the care that wood suitable to
saw qu?il will be shown to them are couppé in good order And that all
known as Bois to come are diligently and definitely couppés for
bruler so qu?il does not rot in the forests.” (2è-3è-4è-5è-6è-7è-8è-
9è-25è and 26è not transcribed articles n?ont.) Translat made d?un
title d?allemand in French. Belfort on December 20 1696 Pennies the
domination of the house d?Autriche certain parts of l?Alsace changed
several times of Masters. Thus in 1468 l?Archiduc Sigismond which
cannot punish the Swiss ones which had come to devastate l?Alsace
engaged the County of Ferrette, Sundgau and Brisgau with Charles the
Bold one, duke of Burgundy for the sum of Sixty ten thousand guilders
d?or (3.080.000 Fr).. Later, about 1558, the Seigniories of Belfort,
Delle, Rozemont, Angeot and Delassise were committed to the counts de
Morimont or Moersberg which kept them jusqu?en 1562. We give
hereafter copy of the letter patent of l?emperor bearing Ferdinand
release of known as Seigneuries. “Content of the letters patante of
fire Ferdinand Emperor of the Romans, the release of the grounds and
Seigniories of Rozemont and other places On ten September eight
millet five hundred and sixty two. Given to the royal Castle of Prag.
Signed: Ferdinand “” Us Ferdinand By the Grace of God elected always
majestic Emperor of the Romans roy of Germanie of Hungary and
Bohemian And infant d?Espagne, Archduke d?Autriche, duke of Burgundy
Stirie Carinthie Carniol and Wurtemberg and Count of the Tyrol. And
Let us confess openly by these present for us, our heirs and
successor at the house d?Autriche has to scavoir make with all qu?il
will belong that our hearts and féaux the children of noble fire Jean
Jacques Baron de Morimont had held of us and had enjoyed with title
d?
engagement our seigniories, Châteaux cities and baillage of Belfort,
Delle, Rozemont, Angeot and Delassise, but which we now dégégés and
joined together with our Room by means of the refunding and perfect
payment of the price of l?engagement qu?ils had advanced And for
greater safety of which engagement our hearts and féaux
Bourgemaistres prévot and magistrate together rich and poor subjects
of the known as seigniories and city on convention which m?a made
would be by l?humble and faithful particular inclination qu?ils for
us And our house d?Autriche obliged together with us And constituted
debtor payer principal And auraint Moreover for the largest good of
our field and so that the price of l?engagement aforesaid Ensemble
the Capital presedant Dj… nuement d?année In year with the means of
the annual incomes humbly agreed to provide and give the right of bad
sums of money In almand Bös phening, pertaining to known as
Seigneuries cities and Bourgs. And in case that besoint would be d?
attaquer all the surpluses of their goods, with these causes And in
consideration of their accessions to l?engagement and assent to pay
the bad sum of money promised we to them.

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One Response to The Judges of Rozemont

  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    Why wouldn’t Lara Roozemond respond to this? How long has she been Belle Burch’s FB friend? I dismiss and cast out of my life, these two women.

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