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LIST OF MANUSCRIPTS AND ROLLS CONSULTED London, British Library (BL)

Additional 15668 (Newent Priory Cartulary, s.xiii-s.xiv).

Additional 18719 (Bible moralisee, late 1280s—early 1290s).

Additional 30024 (Brunetto Latini, Tresor, s.xiiiex).

Cotton Claudius D. II (part of Andrew Horn’s Magnum librum c.1322).

Cotton Julius B. VIII (Fleta, 1290—1300).

Cotton Julius D. II (Irish register of writs, c.1227).

Cotton Nero C. I (Tract on the steward, Modus tendendiparlamentum, statutes, s.xvex—s. xvi2).

Cotton Vespasian B. VII (Tract on the steward, Modus tendendi parlamentum, list of kings). Cotton Vespasian B. XI (Hagnaby Chronicle).

Cotton Vespasian E. III (Burton Annals).

Egerton 3724 (Mohun Register, 1350).

Harley 645 (Mid-thirteenth-century obedientiary accounts).

Harley 3601 (Liber memorandum of Barnwell Priory).

Royal 5 C. III (theological miscellany, s.xv).

Royal 6 E. VI and VII, each in two parts (James le Palmer, Omne bonum, s.xivmed).

Royal 9 A. VII (Vade mecum of statutes, ready reckoners and manuals, English, s.xiiiex with later additions).

Royal 12 C. VI (s.xiiiex—s.xiv tracts, including the Secretum secretorum).

London, Lambeth Palace Library

Reg. Pecham (s.xiiiex, John Pecham’s Register).

London, The National Archives (TNA)

C 150/1 (Cartulary, St Peter’s Abbey, Gloucester, presented to the abbey by abbot John de Gamages).

E 13/1a (Exchequer of Pleas, Plea Rolls, 1236—7).

E 13/1e (Exchequer of Pleas, Plea Rolls, 1269—70).

E 13/9 (Exchequer of Pleas, Plea Rolls, 1281—2).

E 13/12 (Exchequer of Pleas, Plea Rolls, 1285—6).

E 13/17 (Exchequer of Pleas, Plea Rolls, 1291—2).

E 101/505/34 (Accounts and Tallies ofJohn ofTarrant for Ufford (Northampton), 1296—9). E 159/32 (King’s Remembrancer Memoranda Rolls, 1258—9).

E 159/43 (King’s Remembrancer Memoranda Rolls, 1268—9).

E 159/49 (King’s Remembrancer Memoranda Rolls, 1274—5).

JUST 1/82 (Cambs. eyre, 1260—1).

JUST 1/541a (General oyer and terminer, various counties, proceedings against the King’s judges and ministers 1290—1).

SC 1/6 (Special Collections: Ancient Correspondence of the Chancery and the Exchequer, 1195-1214; 1280-1).

SC 1/10 (As above, c.1269-72; 1296-1321).

SC 1/12 (As above, 1262-1329).

SC 1/18 (As above, 1267-1327).

SC 1/22 (As above, 1272 x 1274-1282 x 1292).

SC 1/28 (As above, 1274-1342).

SC 5/8/4 (1274-5 Hundred roll extracts).

Oxford, All Souls College

All Souls College 182 (Letter compilation of s.xiii-s.xiv, including a version of John Pecham’s Register).

Oxford, Bodleian Library (Bodley MSS)

Ashmole 1524 (includes a Husbandry, a (?Kentish) copy, c.1300).

Barlow 49 (Faringdon accounts of Beaulieu Abbey, 1269-70).

Bodley 784 (Copy of the notabilia used by James le Palmer used for Omne bonum (BL MS Royal 6 E. VI and VII)).

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