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Index Rerum

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Calendar of Documents Preserved in France 918-1206. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1899.

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Index RerumAB.C.D.EF.G.H.I.J.K.L.M.N.O.P.Q.R.S.T.U.V.W.

Index Rerum

A

Abbey, land granted for constructing an, 493.

Abjuration of land, 186, 211, 254.

-, of the realm, 478.

Absolution, 456.

Affidatio in manu , 149, 301, 302, 339, 383, 389, 474.

Aid, 117, 135, 193, 224, 229, 260, 261, 439, 470, 527.

-, sheriffs, 100.

-, bishops, 176.

-, justices, 100.

-, vicomtes, 457.

Aids, the three, 93, 255.

Alderman, a London, 152.

Aletal , 52.

Allodial tenure, 21, 23, 158, 161, 165, 168, 249, 250, 258.

Altar of St. Thomas the Martyr, an, 350.

- cloth, an embroidered, 514.

Anarchy, the, 265, 266.

Anniversary, celebration of, 361, 363, 391, 392, 472.

Arengi . See Herrings.

Arm covered with gold and precious stones, an, 531.

Assarts, 78, 92, 143, 227, 518.

Assault, 126.

Asses, 112, 533.

Assessment for aid, 439.

-, exemption from, 460.

-, reduction of, 167, 168, 313.

Assize (assisa), 6, 147.

-, of Geoffrey duke of Normandy, 532.

-, utrum, 225, 477.

-, at Caen, 145, 147, 163, 269, 533.

-, at Domfront, 248, 267.

-, at Valognes, 342.

B.

Bakers, gift of, 26.

-, regulations for Rouen, 465, 466.

Bakery, a, 271, 273.

Banlieue , 533.

Banner (Vexillum), 93.

Barons of Rye, 52.

Barragium , 361.

Battle, trial by, 33, 58, 99, 224, 267, 365.

Beer, measures of, 504.

Bees, hives of, 519.

Benedictine rule, 332, 333.

Beneficium (fief), 109, 251, 252.

Benevolence. See Loan.

Berewite, a, 2.

Bernagium , 1.

Beveragium , 84.

Bezant, a, 17, 147, 263, 304.

Biennia (forced work), 92.

Bishop claims offertory at mass, 429.

Boar, annual gift of, 89.

Books, gift of, 19.

Bordagium , 180.

Bordars (Bordelini), 349.

Borough. See Town.

Bosselagium , 363.

Botagium , 64.

Boys educated by monks, 438, 439, 489.

Bread, regulations for (at Ronen), 465, 466.

Bridge, building a wooden, 467.

-, freeing a, 453.

-, gift of rights over a, 468.

-, of stone to be built, 467.

Burgages, gift of, 206.

Burgensia , 494.

Burgesses, early charter to, 494.

Burials, dues from, 37, 108, 405, 436.

Butler, privileges of, 266.

By land and by strand, 503.

C.

Calciamenta (monks), 354, 355.

Can , 357.

Candle, provision of, 258.

-, wax, 101.

Candlesticks, silver, 92.

-, gilt, 122.

Cape, ermine (erminium Renonem), 530.

Capons, rent in, 177.

Carpet, a goodly, 425.

-, the Conquerors, 438.

Carrying services (summagia, carreium, carriagia), 135, 157, 224, 261.

Carucate, Norman, 91.

Castle, built by Henry II., 361.

-, mounds (mot), 359.

-, ward, 109, 140, 226, 229, 255, 260.

-, work, 271.

See also Tower.

Cat, hunting the, 464.

Cathedral treasury despoiled, 531.

Cellar, gift of a, 155.

Census of mint, 373, 539.

Chalice, gold, 92.

Chapel, dispute concerning a, 4867.

-, and relics of William I., 341.

Charcoal burners, 144.

Charger. See War-horse.

Charter, forged, 50.

-, penalty for forging, 211.

-, of Richard I. renewed, 88, 91, 385, 498, 537.

Chensillagium , 360, 361.

Childwite , 42.

Chorchet , 329.

Christus vincit , singing the, 1.

Church, building of a, 447, 449.

-, dedicated to St. Thomas the Martyr, 323.

-, despoiling the, 444.

-, presentation to, 477.

-, secular court tries right to, 457.

-, the Eastern, 527.

-, rights of, 99. See also Monks, Ex-communication, Interdict, Tithes, Burials, Keys, Mass, Nuns, Offerings, Parish, Person, Pope.

-, and State in Normandy, 476.

Churches to be destroyed, 415.

Churchyard held by layman, 440.

Circata , 176, 343.

Circate , 193.

Clerks, criminous, 478.

-, replaced by monks, 399.

Cloth of Rheims, 470.

Codselli (of land), 228. See also Cotseldes.

Cois (choice), 256.

Comes Angli , 291, 441.

-, Anglic terr, 426.

Commendation, 93, 423.

-, contrasted with gift, 398.

Commune of Eu, 524.

-, of Evreux, 138.

-, of La Rochelle, 453.

-, of Rouen, 8, 11, 15, 33, 36.

Compurgation. See Oath.

Concordia duelli , 224.

Conquest of England, 220, 255, 413, 425, 526.

Consanguinity, divorce for, 375.

Constantine, a silver, 514.

Cook, count of Poitous, 457.

Cornage, 218, 225, 394.

Corrody (procuratio, corredium), 76, 77, 98.

Cotseldes, 144. See also Codselli.

Council of London (1176), 228.

Counsel (legis peritos), 129.

Court (curia), 172, 387.

Court, suit of, 2556, 290.

-, of an abbot, 272.

-, of canons, 198.

-, (judicium) of Fcamp Abbey, 45.

-, of priory, 76.

-, of Richer de l Aigle, 457.

Courts Christian, exaction by, 527.

-, pleas of, 405.

-, powers of, 477.

Crassus piscis (? porpoise), 34, 55.

Criminal sins, 158.

Crown, gold, 92.

-, of William I., 156, 157.

-, pleas of (Norman), 126, 140.

Crucifix, gold from, 514.

Crusade, 27, 28, 93, 121, 168, 183, 227, 245, 248.

Cummin, rent in, 193, 394.

Curia Regis , 22, 74, 93, 144, 147, 149, 161, 254, 269, 300, 310, 366, 380, 398, 437, 441, 471.

Currency (of money), 192.

Custom. See Old men.

D.

Damsel, queens, 387, 392.

Danegeld, 435, 502. See Assessment.

Darrein presentment, 147.

Day-work (dieta), 178.

Death, sudden, 453.

Demesne exempted from Danegeld, 435.

-, Crown (de corona), 515.

-, royal (fiscus), 500.

-, of the Crown or Duchy (fiscum dominicum), 44, 251.

Denes, forest, 502.

Desponsacio (of a church), 412.

Devise (divisa), 78.

Dica . See Tally.

Distraint, 94.

Ditching, service of, 224.

Dower, 8, 9, 232, 236.

Drag-nets, use of, 314.

Drainage of fields, 203.

Dykes (tursi), 92, 93.

E

Easements, 376, 479.

Easements of pasture, 89.

-, -, and water, 46.

Embankment of land, 410.

Endowment absolute in Normandy, 269.

Equitationes , 91, 92, 93.

Ermine. See Cape.

Escuage. See Scutage.

Espalla porci , 423.

Essarts. See Assarts.

Exchequer, the English, 384, 394, 508.

-, -, at London, 19, 355, 386.

-, -, barons of, 321.

-, -, justice of, 507.

-, the Norman, 57, 217, 402.

-, -, at Caen, 103, 104, 172, 179, 212, 224.

-, -, barons of, 103, 104, 147, 183, 195, 211, 402.

-, -, roll of, 163, 244, 304.

-, a private, 380.

Excommunication, 11, 27, 28, 94, 155, 294, 295, 332, 333, 429, 456, 477.

-, by the Pope, 354.

-, by the king (?), 424.

Executors, 15, 95.

Exemption, monastic, 429.

Expedition to Ireland, Henrys, 440.

Exsurge quare sung, 378.

Extents, manorial, 143, 144.

F.

Facultates (property), 236.

Fair, grant of a, 77, 83, 97, 99, 112, 132, 155, 162, 215, 311, 324, 348, 416.

Fair, profits of, 52.

-, of Troyes, 94.

-, of Montmartin, 148, 210, 261, 350.

Fealty, 114, 494, 521.

-, oath of, 530.

Fedium (a fee), I.

Fee-farm, 435.

Ferm, a manor given at, 3, 29, 59.

-, a church given at, 27.

Fief. See Beneficium.

Fields (sationes), the three, 431.

Final concord, 149, 150.

Firma burgi , 354, 355, 372, 373, 374, 507, 508, 539.

Fiscus principalis , 289. See also Demesne.

Fish, permission to, 116.

Fish, regulation as to sale of, 754.

Fishery, grant of water for, 368.

Fishponds, leave to construct, 431.

Fishpool, a, 205.

Flagon (urceus), a communion, 514.

Flax, gift of, 342.

Flax-ground (linaria), 162.

Fontevrault, order of, 3789, 384.

Fonts, 178.

Forest, reserved (defensum), 230.

Foresters, 136, 402.

-, (bigri), 210.

Forestership, 274.

Forfeiture of blood, 274.

Fox, hunting the, 464.

Fractitium , 203.

Francalani (franklins), 144, 228, 230.

Free quarters, claim to, 402.

Free tenants (franci homines), 521.

Fulling mill, 136.

G.

Gablum . See Land gavel.

Galetum maris , 511.

Gift by a book, 182, 209, 222.

-, branch of cherry tree, 233.

-, branch of a rose tree, 111.

-, green branch of thorn, 257.

-, gilt candlestick, 122.

-, the gospels, 202, 409.

-, a knife, 1, 21, 110, 111, 204, 401, 402, 409, 439, 447.

-, a relic (arm of St. Autbert), 264.

-, a ring, 411.

-, a stick, 39.

-, proof of, 401.

Gild, cordwainers and shoemakers, 32.

-, tanners, 32.

-, merchant, 34, 46.

Gold, assayed (cocti), 431.

-, piece, a, 173, 307, 461, 487.

-, ounces of, 514,

-, plates of, 531.

Goldsmith, kings, 217.

Gravari , 157, 208, 457.

Gravennarius (collector), 271.

H.

Haia, 219, 348.

Halimot, 505.

Halla (a mansion house), 266.

Halls (manors), tithes of, 230, 412.

Hangings (cortin), 392.

Hare, hunting the, 142, 464.

Harenchi . See Herrings.

Harness, horse, 168.

Harper, a, 102.

Hawk, gift of a, 263.

Hay, service of carrying, 268.

Heccheres , 43.

Heir, making an, 93.

Hermits, 443.

Hermitage, a, 74.

Herrings (Arengi, Harenchi), 64, 76, 77, 90, 374, 378.

-, gift of, 26.

-, money for, 374, 378, 458.

Hides (i.e. skins), due on, 84.

Hidage, 67, 69, 70.

-, the kings, 331.

Holy water, grant of, 270.

Honour, early mention of an, 255.

Horse, gift of a, 227, 435.

Horses, 116, 267.

Horse service, 113.

Horseshoes, annual render of, 336.

Hospital for poor, 76, 77, 90, 95, 213215, 417.

-, for lepers, 83 et seq.

-, of Roncesvaux, 393.

-, order of the, 469, 527.

Hospitallers as bankers, 383.

Host, wheat for the, 102.

Hostage for Commune , 524. See also Sureties.

Hostellaria , 77.

Hostillagium , 75.

House, fortified, 103, 104.

House of stone, 4, 96, 115.

Houses, due on selling, 42, 452.

Hundred, grant of, 6, 155.

Hundred (court), a Cornish, 265.

Huntsman, a, 204.

I.

Inprisii , 475.

Improvements, tenants, 516.

Iucense, payment in, 226.

Inn (hospicium), an, 258.

Inquest before Henry II, 365.

-, on title, 504, 505. See also Recognition.

Interdict, 95.

Intestacy, 453, 478.

Investiture by a rod, 367.

Ireland, trade with, 33, 35.

Iron, tithe of, 406, 407.

J.

Jurca (manorial), 144.

Jurors, elected, 468.

Justice on life or limb, 468.

-, Royal, 385.

Justices, English, 149, 150, 318.

-, Norman, 147, 160, 179, 183, 211, 267, 402.

K.

Keys, power of the, 354.

Kids, gift of, 157.

Kiss, grant confirmed by, 113, 432.

-, promise sealed by, 262.

Knife, formal breaking of a, 409.

-, gift by a. See Gifts.

Kitchen, a, 115.

-, count of Poitous, 467.

Knight, early mention of a, 422.

Knights as tenants, 407.

-, free, 395.

Knights fee (feudum lorice), 177.

-, fee, 224, 437, 532.

Knight-service, 217, 220, 260, 337, 376, 410, 469.

L.

Labour rents, 198.

Lamps, oil for, 104.

Land-gavel, 267.

-, (rent), 328, 331.

Lateran council, 50.

Laundress, a, 89.

Lavers silver, 92.

Law. See Seision, Lay-fee, Reversion, Possession, Abjuration, Justices, Exchequer, Ferm, Manor, Mortgage, Warrantors, Dower, Executors, Sureties, Plea, Livery, Curia Regis, Battle, Gift, Court, Darrein, Recognition, Easement, Proprietas, Assize, Devise, Heir, Marriage portion, Assault, Truce, Crown pleas, Counsel, Ordeal, Parage, Women, Jurea.

Lay fee, 225.

Leaden vessels, 74, 78.

Lease, an elaborate, 2931.

Ledschet , 42.

Legacies, 477.

Legate, office of Papal, 13, 43.

Lepers, house for, 83, 370, 537.

Lestage, 491.

Letter of William I. to his queen, 423, 425.

Ling (fish), 64, 90.

Livery of seisin, 165.

Living and dead, Divine service for, 318.

Loan at Rome, 94.

-, burgesses security for, 514.

-, demanded by king, 450.

Loaves, gifts of, 84.

Lord (dominus) of England, 35.

Loredium , 40.

Lowy (leugata), 532.

M.

Mackerel, 46, 64, 90.

Maid of honour. See Damsel.

Maids (serfs), gift of, 235.

Maltte , 393, 470.

Manor leased to tenants, 3.

-, a little (maneriolum), 156, See also Hall.

Mansiones (manors), 236, 255, 405.

Mansio terr, 156, 177.

Mansura terr , 422.

March of Dorset and Devon, the, 342.

Market, grant of a, 6, 26, 57, 103, 257, 311, 331, 343, 348.

Market-dues, 41, 59, 201.

Market place (forum), 503.

-, rights (nundinalia), 502.

Market toll, 368, 502.

Marriage (right of), 131.

Marriage portion, 77, 96, 217, 219, 236, 314, 336, 382, 386, 422, 470, 477, 511, 537.

Marten, hunting the, 464.

Marten skins, 530.

-, -, tymbrium of, 33.

Martyrologium , entry in, 485, 489.

Mass of Puer natus est (1 Jan.), 95.

Masses, service of, 351.

Mayor of Barustaple, a 462.

Mcadow, measures (falees) of, 513.

-, keeper (pratarius), 137.

Measure of Northampton, 188.

-, of Villedieu, 283.

-, La Chapelle-Enjuger, 439.

Melagia , 64, 251.

Merchant gild. See Gild.

Merchants, protection for foreign, 480, 491, 502, 503.

Mill, grant of water for, 368.

-, leave to erect, 133, 142, 317.

Mills, rent from, 10, 46, 70, 114, 146, 149, 205, 212, 217, 300, 324, 378.

Mina , 318, 324, 348.

Minagium (due on grain), 378.

Mint at Rouen, 373, 539.

Mintage (monetagium), 527.

Monastery, a disordered, 332.

Money of Anjou, 7, 8, 15, 18, 46, 57, 73, 92, 115, 116, 118, 123, 146, 161, 163, 182, 208, 210, 217, 225, 226, 271, 272, 273, 282, 285, 300, 302, 303, 304, 316, 317, 334, 336, 339, 350, 360, 363, 370, 383, 389, 392, 393, 402, 439, 516, 532.

-, of Bordeaux, 450.

-, English, 110, 297, 406, 507.

-, of La Rochelle, 390.

-, of Le Mans, 112, 159, 166, 176, 212, 254, 261, 265, 360, 361, 435.

-, of Paris, 469.

-, of Poitou, 375, 382, 390, 391, 394.

-, public, 117.

-, of Rouen, 75, 92, 110, 112, 113, 128, 160, 192, 208, 264, 271, 316, 372, 373, 374, 530, 539.

-, -, new, 263.

-, sterling, 94, 111, 146, 186, 190, 198, 240, 270, 289, 304, 373, 374, 379, 383, 386, 406, 536, 537.

-, of Tours, 96, 178.

-, usual, 331, 343.

-, relative value of, 383.

See also Bezant.

Monk killed, 364.

Monks replace clerks, 345, 398.

-, -, canons, 81, 121, 124, 345, 397, 437, 447.

-, woollen shirts (stamine) for, 446.

Mortar, a, 151.

Mortgage (vadium), 6, 11, 15, 21, 23, 33, 110, 111, 115, 260, 261, 263, 267, 407, 408, 532.

Mule, gift of a, 426.

Multure, 26, 63, 133, 136, 260, 261, 277, 281, 299, 303, 431, 447, 460, 462, 533.

Murage, 224.

Murderer of Becket, 194.

N.

Neifs (nativi), 55.

Nuns raiment, 389.

Nuns, scandalous life of, 384.

O.

Oaks, right to, 256.

Oath of a hundred knights, 389.

Obit and anniversary, 130.

Offerings of bread, eggs, and flesh, 276.

Old men (and wise) testify to custom, 386, 429, 468, 533.

Oratory, an, 349.

Ordeal, 99, 424.

Outwoods (foris boscis), 151.

Oven, grant of, 368, 375.

-, house appertaining to, 375.

P.

Packhorses, 112, 126.

Packhorse for army, 46.

Palfreys, 160, 168, 173, 225, 461.

Pallium, the, 11.

Panneterie of Normandy, 465.

Parage, tenure in, 255.

Parish, creation of a, 324.

-, church as witness, 448.

-, -, rights of, 443, 487.

-, -, chapel made a, 445.

Park, a, 37, 78, 209, 466.

Paten, silver, 92.

-, of Greek work, 514.

Pedagium (toll), 142.

Peers of an honour, 256.

Pepper, rent in, 193.

Perch of Richard I., 91.

Person (cathedral), 17, 360, 410, 531.

Personatus of church, 61, 411, 444, 523.

Pitancia defined, 302.

Pilgrimage, 501.

-, to Mont St. Michel, 279.

-, to St. Jago de Compostella, 445, 448.

Plea, attendance at, 255.

-, of dower, 232.

Pleas, gift of, 198.

-, of the sword (de spata), 224, 477.

-, (placita) before William as count, 424.

Pleas before William I., 22, 37, 38, 398, 429.

-, -, Robert, count of Normandy, 39.

-, -, Henry I., 39.

-, -, Henry II., 46, 160, 270, 274, 300, 370, 452, 455, 461.

-, -, Richer de Laigle, 457.

-, -, the count of Eu, 81.

Poll tax (capitagium), 93.

Pontage, 41, 91, 135, 267, 268, 300, 348, 453, 497.

Poor, endowment given to monks for, 322.

-, -, gifts to, 13. See also Hospital.

Pope, appeal to, 46, 294, 487.

-, threatens to silence archbishop of Canterbury, 487.

Port, revenues from a, 374.

Possession, forty years (of tithes), 216.

Post-mortem gift. See Testament.

Prior, choice of a Cluniac, 5167.

Prisage of wines defined, 36.

Proprietas , 51.

Pyx, the, 514.

Q.

Quarruca (plough [land]), 235.

Quarry, stone, 159.

Quilt, down, 464.

R.

Rape, 126.

Rape, a. See Sheriff.

Recognition, sworn, 45, 46, 147, 225, 268, 365, 478, 532, 533.

Redecimatio , 221, 325.

Reeves office (prepositura), the, 229.

Regard of forest, 78, 91.

Regulars. See Monks.

Relics, 264, 393. See also Arm.

Relief of land, 72, 109, 220, 229, 256, 521.

Re-tithing (redecimatio), 221.

Reversion to land, 257.

Right of way, 267.

Road, diversion of, 154, 158.

Robe, green, 277.

-, white, 258.

Rod (baculus), investiture by, 367.

Roll, Norman, 46.

-, writer of the great, 153.

S.

Salt, measures (ambr) of, 109.

-, provision of, 258.

Saltpans, 109, 133, 166, 392, 393, 400.

Sar (shares), 43.

Seavage (scawinga), 491.

Schecarium (exchequer), 380.

Schools, maintenance in the, 321.

Scutage, 135, 223, 224, 226.

Seal, a gem, 153.

-, ring used as, 319.

-, inscribed tags to, 188.

-, of the burgesses of Dover, 490.

-, of the commonalty of Barnstaple, 462.

-, of Henry II. as king and count, 419.

-, Richard I.s change of, 88, 91, 385, 498, 537.

-, use of anothers, 309.

-, use of kings, for private purposes, 225, 227.

Seisin, livery of, 335, 370.

-, recognition of 209.

Seld (market stalls), 502.

Senior (lord), 521.

Sepie (? cuttlefish), 174, 281.

Serfs, gift of, 235.

Service from Dover, 490.

Services (mancipia), 503. See also Labour.

Sheriff of an honour (i.e., a Rape), 434.

Ships coming to England, 34.

-, of the Cinque Ports, 43.

-, permission to make or sell, 497.

See also Can.

Shipmaster, a 252.

Shipmasters, Southampton, 527.

Shops, 502.

Siege of Arques, 132.

-, of Chtillon, 467.

-, of Eu, 530.

-, of Mirabeau, 532.

-, of Montreuil-Bellay, 360.

-, of Torigny, 532.

Soke, a, 198.

Sokemen, 97, 100, 101, 102, 143.

Squire, a, 260.

Stags, annual gift of, 89, 157, 231.

Stewardship (dapiferatus) of England and Normandy, 465.

Stock on a manor, 30, 235, 296.

Strand (perreium) a, 90.

Straw for chamber, 464.

Sturgeon (Sturio), 81.

Suicide, 478.

Sumpters, 68.

Sureties, 17, 18, 85, 86, 94, 167, 383, 470, 471, 474, 494, 530, 531.

Surveys of manors, early, 143, 144.

T.

Tabula (before altar), 92.

Taille, 138, 229, 260, 385, 470.

Tallage, 33, 74, 81, 84, 117, 118, 119, 140, 223, 375, 527.

Tallies, bakers, 465.

Tally (dica), a, 142.

Templars as bankers, 366, 383.

Temple, Order of the, 91.

Tenementum (vested interest), 316, 319.

Tenmanlot , a, 512.

Tenure, inquest on, 365.

Terrageum (land-due), 261.

Testament (i.e) will, 515. See also Will.

Textus , gold, 92.

-, silver, 92.

Thenigepen [i], 71.

Thief, trial of, 273.

Tironian order, the, 353.

Tithes of apples and nuts, 162.

-, of assarts, 27, 120, 121, 229, 525.

-, of bacon, 81, 525.

-, of beasts of the chase, 41, 43, 112, 120, 121, 413.

-, of bridge (tolls), 229.

-, of broom, 477.

-, of census, 356.

-, of cheese, 25, 40, 81, 86, 120, 121, 162, 170, 221, 235, 368, 405, 406, 407, 525, 536.

-, of deerskins, 216, 235, 368.

-, of (profits of) fair, 58, 121, 328, 330.

-, of essarts. See assarts (above).

-, of fish, 235, 407, 460.

-, of fishery, 281, 442.

-, of fishing and fishpool, 75, 106, 120, 121, 229, 405.

-, firstfruits, 368.

-, flax and hemp, 110, 219, 301, 405.

-, food, 356, 488.

-, in forest, 26, 27, 41, 43, 120, 139, 229.

-, of fruits, 272, 301, 488.

-, of gafol, 405.

-, of gardens, 221.

-, of gate (tolls), 229.

-, from halls, 229.

-, of hay, 351, 413, 477.

-, of hens, 281.

-, of herbs, 206, 219.

-, of honey, 120, 121, 235, 368, 406, 407.

-, from hunting, 229, 230, 405.

-, of iron, 406, 407.

-, from kitchen, 230.

-, from larder, 237.

-, of livestock, 25, 40, 86, 221, 223, 231, 235, 237, 301, 405, 406, 407, 536.

-, of mala, 170.

-, of market (dues), 25, 328, 330.

-, from marshes, 51.

-, of milk, 206.

Tithes of mills, 29, 58, 99, 108, 120, 121, 132, 137, 162, 170, 190, 221, 209, 228, 229, 236, 258, 263, 282, 324, 331, 406, 407, 430, 431, 447, 536.

-, of monies, 10, 85, 98, 99, 106, 110, 116, 120, 121, 170, 203, 221, 281, 327, 328, 331, 356, 373, 396, 397, 405, 458, 525.

-, of new acquisitions, 326, 457.

-, of orchards, 219, 229.

-, of ovens, 99, 170, 229.

-, of pannage, 58, 75, 120, 121, 162, 209, 229, 230, 328, 331, 368, 396, 405.

-, of park, 78, 331.

-, of provisions, 84.

-, of salt, 405.

-, of sepie (? cuttlefish), 174, 281.

-, of sheepwalks, 137.

-, of storehouses, 221.

-, from studs (of mares), 230.

-, of substance (res), 520.

-, of toll, 25, 58, 59, 108, 132, 331, 396, 405.

-, of vegetables, 301, 498.

-, of vineyard, 155.

-, of waters (awie), 174.

-, of wild birds, 120, 121.

-, of wine, 388.

-, of wood, 75, 120, 121, 190, 230, 258, 328, 331, 477.

-, of wood-rent, 58, 70, 71, 75, 229.

-, of wool, 40, 170, 221, 231, 235, 301, 405, 525, 536.

-, division of, 407.

-, exemption from paying, 322.

-, lay appropriation of, 315, 316.

-, small, 498.

Toll on fish, 63, 64, 426.

-, on river, 38.

-, for crossing river, 467.

-, on ships, 41, 46, 52, 67, 69, 155.

-, (i.e., ferm) of towns, 508.

Toll-chest, key of, 128.

Tonlieu , the, 464.

Tower of Le Mans, 427.

-, of Rouen, 219, 529.

Town, demesne in a, 375.

-, lease of rights in a, 172. See alsoFirma Burgi.

Traves of wheat, 415.

Treasury, the, 373, 507, 508, 509, 539.

-, -, (at Winchester), 354.

-, -, (at exchequer), 355.

-, (fiscus reqius), the, 95.

Trossdi (market stalls), 393, 491.

Troy weight, 470.

Truce of God, 11, 99, 178.

Tunie, a (clamis), 160.

Turner, a, 161, 162.

Tymbrium of marten-skins, 33.

U.

Usury, 478, 514.

V.

Vagium (a pledge), 342.

Vanassoria , 224, 273.

Vavassors, 67, 108, 113, 131, 169, 180, 181, 231, 260, 261, 350.

Viaria , 363.

Vills, small (villule), 231.

Vinagium , 101.

Vineia (wine-tax), 381, 382.

Vinevards, 23, 24, 102, 117, 137, 142, 159, 180, 199, 219, 234, 261, 277, 299, 367, 368, 401, 427.

W.

Wallets, monks, 261.

Ward, a London, 152.

Wardship, 131, 261.

War-horse, 208.

Warrantors (tutores et adjutores), 166.

Warranty, (gnarandajiun), 178.

Watch (eschegata), 92.

-, service of, 207.

Water-bailiff, 81.

Wax, provision of, 256.

Weavers, 115, 136.

Weir-fishery, 393.

Westminster Hall, 111.

Wharf in London, for Rouen, 35.

-, -, for St. Peters, Ghent, 502, 503.

Wharfage(huervagium), 502, 503.

Whiting (?), 90.

Will, last, 391, 392, 453.

Wine, knights, 165.

-, muids of, 18, 27, 102, 142, 155, 159.

Winepress (pressorium), 427.

-, (torcularium), 159, 261.

Wineskins (ocre), gift of, 263.

Wise men. See Old men.

Women, land held in capite by, 165, 167. 135.

Wood, division of, 17-19.

Woods, destruction of, 144.

Wood and flax, gift of, 342.

Work, foreed (in Normandy), 91, 92, 126, 112, 157.

Wreek, 68, 155.