Cecil Papers: 13th century

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Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 13, Addenda. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1915.

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13th century

The Proverbs of Solomon.
13th cent. "Les proverbes de Salamon le Roi de Hierusalem."
Vellum. (299. 1.)
"Les Moralitez des Philosophes."
Vellum. (299. 2.)
The Old and New Testaments.
13th cent. Scholastica Historia de Vetere et Novo Testamento a magistro Petro Manducatore edita.
Vellum. (327.)
Cæsar's Commentaries.
13th cent. "Les Commentaires de Cæsar."
Vellum. (330.)
The Customs.
1332. Warrants with regard to customs on imports: Cornwall. 5 Edward III.
16th cent. copies. 3 pp. (247. 192.)
1342. Indenture of fine, John de Purley to Edward le Lespencer, of lands in Eyworth.—15 Edward III.
(291. 2.)
Peter de Crescentiis.
1357. Liber Ruralium Commodorum a Petro de Crescentiis Curie Bononiae, ad honorem Dei omnipotent: et sereniss: Regis Karoli, compilatus.—A.D. MCCCLVII.
Vellum. (282.)
The Hanse Towns.
1360. Exemplification of the charter granted by Edward III to the Hanse Towns.—1360.
Latin. Endorsed by Burghley. 4 pp. (247. 1–2.)
Adam Fraunceys.
1363. "Registrum cartarum et monumentorum de maneriis, terris et tenementis Ade Fraunceys, Civis London'" (manors of Rocholteshall, Chabhames and Wyke, and lands in Edelmeton, co. Middlesex).—36 Edward III.
Vellum. (291. 1.)
Albert, Duke of Bavaria.
1367, July 6. Conductus pro Alberto Duce Bavariae.— July 6, 41 Edward III.
Ex Rotulo Patencium.
Copy, dated 1585. 2 pp. (142. 1–2.)
Adam Fraunceys.
1373. Record of proceedings at York on 24 April, 1324, and subsequent dates against Adam Fraunceys of Ribchester and Adam Fraunceys, who were outlawed for making default of appearance to answer to certain charges of larceny and burglary and disclaimer by Adam Fraunceys, citizen of London. The record is to stand against "Adam Fraunceys of Ribchester" only, the record against "Adam Fraunceys" being insufficient.
Copy from the Coram Rege Roll of Mich., 43 Edward III, "Rex" Roll 26. 1 p. (291. 3.)