|Guillaume de Guileville.|
|1413.||The Dreme of the Pilgrimage of the Soule, translated
out of Frensch into Englisch, with som addicions.—1413.
[By Guillaume de Guileville.]|
Signature of Henry VI at commencement and end. (270.)
|The Wool Subsidy.|
|1416.||Extract from Rolls of Parliament, with regard to
the subsidy of wool and other commodities granted to the
King.—3 Henry V.|
16th cent. copy. 1 sheet. (247. 211.)
|Pay Roll of [the Garrison of Calais?].|
|[1417.]||The account extends from 9 June 3 [Henry V] to 6
August 5 [Henry V], and relates to a garrison of about 500
men. The names given number 402, consisting of 128
mounted men at arms with a horse archer, 145 mounted
archers, 108 men at arms on foot, &c.|
Paper roll many yards long, the heading of which has been
French. (212. 16.)
|Treaty of Troyes.|
|1420, May 21.||Treaty of Troyes between Henry V, King
of England, and Charles, King of France.—"Trecas,"
21 May, 1420.|
French and English versions.
Various documents in Latin relating thereto are appended.
40 pp. Copy in a late sixteenth or early seventeenth century
handwriting. (137. 1–20.)
|1431, July 4.||Grant by William Hulles, prior of the Hospital
of St. John of Jerusalem in England, to William Cecil,
gentleman, of an annuity of 10 marks from the coal mine of
Fenham, near Newcastle-on-Tyne, and the habit of a gentleman
of the house of the Order in Clerkenwell, or 13s. 4d. in lieu
thereof, payable towards Christmas time. To be forfeited
if the said William quits the service of the prior or his successors.
—4 July, 9 Henry VI.|
Heading to the effect that the document is copied from a
Chartulary. Dated in margin, wrongly, 1427. Endorsed with
abstract of contents. ½ p. (201. 2.)
|Lanthony Priory, near Gloucester.|
|1442, Sept. 20.||Exemplification with regard to the lands
of the Priory of St. Mary Lanthon' juxta Gloucester.—20
Sept. 21 Hen. VI.|
Seal. Parchment. 1 p. (215. 1.)
|1449, Oct. 13.||Letters patent of a grant to John Say for
life, in reversion on the death of John Lematon, of the offices
of clerk of the works of Berwick-on-Tweed and of the town
and castle of Roxburgh and marches of the same, treasurer
of the wars there, and controller of the customs at Berwick, at
the accustomed fees.—Westminster, 13 October, 28 Henry VI.|
Latin. Portion of Great Seal. Parchment, damaged. (222. 17.)
|1454 and earlier.||Extracts from accounts of bowstaves,
wainscots, &c., imported at various times during the reign of
Henry VI, to 32 Henry VI.|
2½ pp. (247. 153.)
|The Town of Vere.|
|1472, Feb. 18.||Letters patent of Henry de Borsalia, Count
of Grantpré, Lord of Vere, &c., and the burgomaster and
commonalty of the town of Vere, declaring that in return for
letters of privileges granted by Edward IV and his Parliament
to them, the subjects of the said King shall have liberty to
come and go and trade in the town of Vere free of all impositions,
subsidies, &c., saving the right of the Count of Holland and
Zeland.—18 February, 1472.|
Endorsed with note of enrolment in the Memoranda of the
Exchequer (King's Remembrancer), Easter, 13 Edward IV.
Signed, "Henry." The Count's seal in red wax and the
seal of the town of Vere in green, fair condition. Latin.
Parchment (222. 10.)
|1479, April 8.||Lease made 8 April, 19 Edward IV (1479),
by the Master of Cobham College to Robert Holt of a house
and lands in Cobham.|
Copy, made in 1574. Endorsed: Copy of Mr. Serjeant
Barham's lease. 2 pp. (145. 65–6.)
|John Stanlowe, deputy of Thomas Burgh, knight, Steward
of the King's Duchy of Lancaster in co. Lincoln, to all
Mayors, Sheriffs and other Ministers.|
|1483, Jan. 10.||Whereas all tenants of the Duchy by reason
of various grants of the King's ancestors and by authority
of Parliament ought to be quit of payment of toll, pavage,
lastage, &c., for all their goods and merchandise in all markets
and towns throughout England, they are to allow Thomas
Wellynge, Thomas Sowre and Robert Freman, husbandmen,
of Wodyngton, to come and go with their merchandise into
the parts of Kesteven, co. Lincoln, without taking toll &c.
from them, or permitting any injury to them.—10 January,
22 Edward IV.|
Latin. Parchment, damaged. (222. 9.)
|The Channel Islands.|
|1352 to 1488.||Extracts from the Originalia rolls of the
Exchequer relative to the appointment of Wardens and
Governors of the Channel Islands.|
4 pp. Latin. Sixteenth century copies. (222. 23.)
|1488.||Accounts of the manors of Baas, Perrers, &c., Herts.|
Endorsed by Lord Burghley. 5 pp. (142. 3–5.)
|1489, Dec. 2.||Grant to John, Earl of Oxford, of 9l. 2s. per
annum for three foresters for Waltham forest.|
Latin. Copy. 2 pp. (146. 15–16.)
|The Archduke of Austria.|
|1499.||Copies of commercial treaty with Philip, Archduke
of Austria, and other papers relating thereto.—1499.|
Latin. Endorsed by Burghley: Staple for the wools. 12½ pp.
|Fasts and Festivals.|
|15th cent.||Homilies on the fasts and festivals of the Roman
|15th cent.||Historia Angliae ab condito mundo ad
"The poyntes of accorde made between Henry and Charles,
Kynge of Fraunce," &c.
Chronicle, Richard I to Henry VI.
Chronicle of foreign occurrences, 1316 to 1377.
Forma Regum et Reginarum Coronationis Angliae.
"This be the taxes of the 15 of our Lord the Kyng of all the
Wards of London."
Vice Comitatus London 'et Middlesex.'
Allocatio Libertatis Sancti Pauli.
Charter of the City of London. Temp. Richard I.
Expulcio Adami et Eve a Paradiso.
Latin and English.
|15th cent.||Liber Psalmorum.|
Latin. (292. 2.)
|The Earl of Salisbury.|
|15th cent.||"Cartulary of deeds of Montague's land, Earl
of Salisbury in the time of Henry VI."|
|15th cent.||Tractatus nobilis de Lege et Expositione
Armorum. System of Heraldry.|
|15th cent.||Le Breviare des Nobles, par Maistre Alain
Le Debut Reveille Matin.
La Belle Dame Sans Mercy. La Requeste et supplication
faites aux dames par les attendans. La queste du Don d'
Amoureuse Mercy contre M. Alain Chartier.
La copie des lettres envoyées par les Dames a M. Alain.
L'excusation de M. Alain à Amours envoyées aux dames.
Comment la Belle Dame Sans Mercy fut accusée vers amour
pour sa non pitié de son amant. La condempnation de la
Belle Dame Sans Mercy.
|15th cent.||Vox Clamantis, by Gower.|
|15th cent.||Historia Anglorum Sive Saxonum post Ven.
Bedam edita a mag. Rog. de Hovedon.|
|15th cent.||Officium Beatae Virginis.|
|15th cent.||Biblia Sacra et Libri Apocr.|
|15th cent.||Theological work in French. Imperfect.|
|The Acts and Revelation.|
|15th cent.||Acta Apostolorum et Apocalypsis Joannis.
Versio duplex Latine.|