„Podanie Dworzańskie Starostwa Wiśniewskiego” z 1777 roku, czyli jak Dymitr i Józefa Jabłonowscy dzierżawę królewszczyzny synowi przekazali
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Podanie Dworzańskie Starostwa Wiśniewskiego of 1777, i.e. how Dymitr and Józefa Jabłonowski passed the leasehold of the royal land on to their son
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The presented source text concerns the transfer of the life use of royal estates (starosty of Wiśniew) by the current leaseholders, the princely couple Dymitr and Józefa Jabłonowscy, to their son, Stanisław Jabłonowski. The estates encom-passed two folwarks (serfdom-based farms) - Domanice and Wiśniew, together with ten villages. According to the present administrative division, these lands are on the territory of Domanice, Wiśniew and Zbuczyn communes that belong to the district of Siedlce. The document presents administrative procedures in the second half of the 18th century connected with the change of leaseholders of royal estates. But, above all, it contains the detailed description of the property. The description includes the state of the buildings as well as detailed lists, showing population (a list of male serfs' names), and duties of serfs living in the above mentioned villages. Original spelling was preserved in the presented text.
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