Index of subjects
Edward I

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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H. T. Riley (editor)

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1868

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57-59

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'Index of subjects: Edward I', Memorials of London and London Life: In the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries (1868), pp. LVII-LIX. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=57622 Date accessed: 21 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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EDWARD I, 1272-1307

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Coroner's Roll of our Lord the King, in the time of Ralph le Blound and John Horn, Sheriffs of the City of London, in the fourth year of the reign of King Edward, son of King Henry (A.D. 1275, 6); Sir Gregory de Rokesle being then Chamberlain in that City.3
Coroner's Roll of our Lord the King, in the time of Robert de Araz and Ralph le Fevere, Sheriffs of the City of London, in the fourth year of King Edward, son of King Henry (A.D. 1276, 7); Sir Gregory de Rokesle being then Chamberlain in that city.9
Roll of Felonies committed, and Misadventures that happened, in the City of London, in the time of Matthew de Columbers, Chamberlain of our Lord the King in the same, Walter le Cornewaleys and John Adrien being then Sheriffs of the same city (A.D. 1277, 8).17
Regulation as to wearing Furs, and clearing the Streets20
Provisions for the Safe-keeping of the City, the City Gates, and the River Thames21
Sureties for a suspected Welchman22
The Melters excluded from Chepe22
Acknowledgment made by a Painter23
The Water-course of Walebrook23
Claim of Born Bondmen belonging to Edmund, Earl of Cornwall23
Theft of silver dishes belonging to Baroncin24
Inquisition as to the Bridge of Walbroke, near Bokerelesberi25
Grant of the Small Beam25
Insult offered in the Sheriff's Court27
Petition of the Bishop of London as to enclosure of woods at Stebenhethe; and rejection thereof28
Killers of Swine elected28
Proclamation as to treatment of the expected Envoys from the King of France29
Conviction for making false law in the City Courts29
Contract as to making a Chalice29
An Earthen Wall in Fynkislane, presented as a nuisance30
Offence against Sir John de Metingham, one of the King's Justiciars30
Proclamation as to giving aid to Prince Edward in the defence of the Southern coasts; and resistance in the City thereto31
Injunctions to be conveyed to the Citizens from King Edward.31
Answer given thereto32
Evechepynges in Soper Lane forbidden33
Provision as to mooring vessels at Billingsgate and Queen Hythe33
Regulations for the Safe-keeping of the Streets34
Watch and Ward at the City Gates35
Ordinance for the Safe-keeping of the City35
Privilege of Sanctuary in the City36
Mandate for the preservation of the peace within the City36
Letter from the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, with news of the defeat of the Scots at the Battle of Falkirk, 22nd July37
Terms of reconciliation of two Master Masons38
Bread deficient in weight, taken in West Chepe38
Sale of reeds near the lands of the Bishop of Bedlem39
Importation of knives of foreign make39
Goods forfeited for violating the custom of the City40
Sureties found by Laurence Ducket40
Punishment for defaming the Aldermen40
Suspension, and pardon, of a Ward Bedel41
Conduct of the Sheriffs to the Mayor41
Donation to the Brethren of the Pui, for a Chaplain at the new Chapel of the Guildhall42
Injunctions to the Bedels of the Wards, as to the passing of crocards and pollards42
Inquisition as to the liability to maintain two bridges in the Ward of Broad Street; and to find the hinges of Bishopsgate43
Inquisition as to the liability to repair the covering over the Watercourse of Walebroc43
Inventories of goods left by will, and delivered in presence of the Mayor and Aldermen44
Loss of a seal, and notice given thereon45
Letter of the Mayor and Citizens of London to the Countess of Gloucester45
Assault upon a serjeant of the Mayor46
Insult to William de Leyre, an Alderman46
Agreement to indemnify the City against fire, and to roof houses with tiles46
Inventories of pledges sold for arrears on the King's tallage47
Valuation of household goods, taken for debt50
Letter of Walter, Bishop of Chester, Treasurer, to the Mayor and Sheriffs of London; and Answer thereto50
Acknowledgment as to a wall belonging to Sir John de Banquelle51
Quitclaim by Thomasin Guydichon to Aleyse Darcy, of all interest in an embroidered cloth in her possession52
Surety exacted for cursing53
Letter of the Bishop of Chester, as to the Imprisorment of the Lady de Leukenore53
Inquisition as to persons rioting and committing assault by night Bond as to due delivery of a sealed box55
Mainprise for a tun of wine, due to Sir Ralph de Hengham, Justiciar55
Lease of a Tourelle near Bisshopesgate56
Proclamation made for the protection of strangers coming to the Parliament56
Nets burnt in Chepe57
Exemption of the Hanse Merchants at Bisshopesgate57
Writ for the replevin of John de Uggele; and Return thereto57
As to Countors, Attorneys, and Essoiners, sworn58
Loss of the freedom, from being born bondmen of the Bishop of London58
Terms of reconciliation between the Mayor and one of the Sheriffs59
Grant of the Gate of Crepelgate59
Agreement as to a Choir Cope; but afterwards cancelled60
Acknowledgment of a debt due to Sir Ralph de Hengham, Justiciar60
Letter to Walter de Langetone, Bishop of Chester, in reference to his wish to make a Park at Greneford61