Calendar of the Patent Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1900 - Great Britain
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Page 771 - the Holy Trinity of London. The letters in Vol. II., written between 1187 and 1199, had their origin in a dispute which arose from the attempts of Baldwin and Hubert, archbishops of Canterbury, to found a college of secular canons, a project which gave great umbrage to the monks of Canterbury. 39. RECUEIL DES
Page 772 - The two English translations, which are printed with the original Latin, afford interesting illustrations of the gradual change of our language, for one was made in the fourteenth century, the other in the fifteenth. This chronicle begins with the Creation, and is brought down to the reign of Edward III. 42. LB LIVERR DB REIS
Page 770 - who lived in the reign of Edward I.: an account of transactions attending the award of the kingdom of Scotland to John Balliol, 1291-1292, also attributed to William Rishanger, but on no sufficient ground: a short Chronicle of English History, 1292 to 1300, by an unknown hand : a short Chronicle, Willelmi Rishanger Gesta Edwardi Primi, Regis
Page 779 - IRELAND. Dublin, Cork, and other Corporations, Ac. SECOND REPORT WITH APPENDIX AND INDEX TO THE FIRST AND SECOND REPORTS Contents : — ENGLAND. House of Lords ; Cambridge Colleges ; Oxford Colleges ; Monastery of Dominican Friars at Woodchester, Duke of Bedford, Earl Spencer, &a. SCOTLAND. Aberdeen and St. Andrew's Universities,
Page 768 - HENRY ELLIS, KH Although this Chronicle tells of the arrival of Hengist and Horsa, it substantially begins with the reign of King Alfred, and comes down to 1292. It is particularly valuable for notices of events in the eastern portions of the kingdom. 14. A COLLECTION OF POLITICAL POEMS AND
Page 770 - Bodleian Library, Oxford. 1863. The Chronicle of Evesham illustrates the history of that important monastery from 690 to 1418. Its chief feature is an autobiography, which makes us acquainted with the inner daily life of a great abbey. Interspersed arc many notices of general, personal, and local history. 30. RlCARDI DE
Page 779 - SCOTLAND. University of Glasgow : Duke of Montrose, &c. IRELAND. Marquis of Ormonde ; Black Book of Limerick, &o. FOURTH REPORT, WITH APPENDIX. PART I. Contents : — ENGLAND. House of Lords. Westminster Abbey ; Cambridge and Oxford Colleges ; Cinque Ports, Hythe, and other Corporations, Marquis of Bath, Earl of Denbigh,
Page 788 - From the Twelfth Century to AD 1299. Part III.: From AD 1300 to end of reign of Henry VIII. In part IV. 2 the work is carried down to the early part of the eighteenth century, with Index to the entire publication. Part IV. 1: From reign of Edward VI. to that of James I. ANNUAL
Page 759 - 1900), OF ENGLISH, SCOTCH, AND IRISH RECORD PUBLICATIONS, REPORTS OF THE HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS COMMISSION, AND ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE DEPUTY KEEPERS OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS, ENGLAND AND IRELAND, Printed for HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE, And to be purchased, Either directly or through any Bookseller from EYRE AND SPOTTISWOODE, EAST HARDING STREET, FLEET STREET, BC,
Page 770 - a monk of St. Albans. The 10th and llth volumes relate especially to the acts and proceedings of Abbots Whethamstede, Albon, and Wallingford. The 12th volume contains a compendious History of England to the reign of Henry V. and of Normandy in early times, also by Thomas Walsingham, and dedicated to Henry V. 29. CHRONICON ABBATLS EVESHAMENSIS,

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