Corrections and Amendments to the First Edition

The English Fur Trade in the Later Middle Ages. Originally published by London Record Society, London, 2003.

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Elspeth M. Veale, 'Corrections and Amendments to the First Edition', in The English Fur Trade in the Later Middle Ages, (London, 2003) pp. xiii. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/london-record-soc/vol38/xiii [accessed 23 May 2024].

Elspeth M. Veale. "Corrections and Amendments to the First Edition", in The English Fur Trade in the Later Middle Ages, (London, 2003) xiii. British History Online, accessed May 23, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/london-record-soc/vol38/xiii.

Veale, Elspeth M.. "Corrections and Amendments to the First Edition", The English Fur Trade in the Later Middle Ages, (London, 2003). xiii. British History Online. Web. 23 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/london-record-soc/vol38/xiii.

CORRECTIONS AND AMENDMENTS TO THE FIRST EDITION

The Skinners' Company's records are now in Guildhall Library, Manuscripts Section

p. 140 and n. 3 the 'daunsyng doublet' was owned by Roger Mortimer, earl of March, not Richard II: see C.M. Woolgar, Household Accounts from Medieval England (Oxford 1993), vol. 2, p. 708, where the Wardrobe account of 16–17 Richard II, 1393–4, edited by W.P. Baildon, Archaeologia lxii (1911) is now listed as an account of the household of Mortimer
facing p. 144 Edward VI's robe was of russet velvet
p. 205 the archives and headquarters of the Hudson's Bay Company are now in Winnipeg
pp. 219, 222 for revised definitions of konynghe and roserella, see above, 'Preface to the Second Edition'
p. 54, line 18 correct "kings" to "King's"
p. 156, n. 1 correct "Landowne" to "Lansdowne"
p. 209, n. 2 correct "1947" to "1941"