What is RAGMAN’S ROLL, or RAGIMUND’S ROLL?

A roll, called from one Ragimund or Ragimont, a legate In Scotland, who, summoning all the beneficed clergymen in that kingdom, caused them on oath to give in the true value of their benefices, according to which they were afterwards taxed by the court of Rome. Wharton.

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