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Ancient and Historical Monuments in the City of Salisbury. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1977.

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and shortened titles of works and sources frequently consulted.

Ant. J. Antiquaries Journal.
Arch. Archaeologia.
Arch. J. Archaeological Journal.
A.S.C. Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (ed. D. Whitelock, 1961).
Baker, St. Martin's T.H. Baker, Notes on St. Martin's Church and Parish, Salisbury, 1906.
Benson & Hatcher Robert Benson and Henry Hatcher, The History of Old and New Sarum (constituting volume vi of R.C. Hoare, History of Modern Wiltshire), 1843.
B.L. British Library.
B.M. British Museum.
Bothams, map J.C. Bothams, City Surveyor, Plan of the Borough of Salisbury, 1860.
Cal. Inq. Misc. Calendar of Inquisitions Miscellaneous (Chancery), P.R.O.
Cal. Lib. Rolls Calendar of Liberate Rolls, P.R.O.
Cal. Papal Letters Calendar of entries in the papal registers relating to Great Britain and Ireland, P.R.O.
Cal. Pat. Rolls Calendar of Patent Rolls, P.R.O.
Close Rolls Close rolls of the reign of Henry III, P.R.O.
Colvin H.M. Colvin, Biographical Dictionary of English Architects, London, 1954.
Cordingley R.A. Cordingley, 'British Historical Roof Types' in Trans. Ancient Monuments Society, ix (1961), 73– 117.
Council Mins. Sarum Corporation MS.; Ledgers A—C, 1387–1640; Ledgers 4–8, 1641–1835; Borough Council Minutes, vols, 1–4, 1835–68.
Dodsworth, William Dodsworth, Historical
Account Account of the Episcopal See and Cathedral Church of Salisbury, 1814.
Dom. Bks. Sarum Corporation MS., Z/217; 'Domesday Books', vols, i–iv.
Duke, Prolusiones Edward Duke, Prolusiones Historicae, Salisbury, 1837.
E.P.N.S. Publications of English Place-Names Society.
E.V.H. R.C.H.M., English Vernacular Houses, H.M.S.O., 1976.
Frere, Use W.H. Frere, The Use of Sarum, Cambridge, 1898.
Hall, Memorials P. Hall, Picturesque Memorials of Salisbury, 1834.
Haskins, Guilds Charles Haskins, The Ancient Trade Guilds and Companies of Salisbury, 1912.
Hawley MS. Manuscript diary by Lt. Col. W. Hawley, recording excavations at Old Sarum, 1909–15, preserved in Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum.
Hoare, Mod. Wilts. Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Bt., The History of Modern Wiltshire, six vols., 1822–43 (see also Benson & Hatcher).
J.B.A.A. Journal of the British Archaeological Association.
King's Works H.M. Colvin (ed.), History of the King's Works, vols. i–ii, H.M.S.O., 1963.
Kingdon & Shearm, map Map of Salisbury, scale 1:500, made by Kingdon and Shearm, engineers, Launceston, 1854. Unpublished MS. kept in the office of City Engineer. This map forms the basis of Bothams's map.
Leland, Itin. The Itinerary of John Leland in c. 1535–43 (ed. L. Toulmin Smith), 1906–10.
L. & P. Letters & papers, foreign and domestic, of the reign of Henry VIII. P.R.O.
Liber Niger E.R. Nevill, 'Salisbury in 1455', in W.A.M., xxxvii (1911), 66–91.
Lov. Cn. Collection of 289 photographs dating from c. 1850–1900, mainly of buildings near the centre of the city, assembled by J.L. Lovibond and now kept by the Town Clerk. Copies in N.M.R.
Maps Early 17th century, see Speed; 1716–51, see Naish; 1833–5, see Reform Act; 1843, see Tithe Map; 1849, see Water Works Map; 1854, see Kingdon & Shearm; 1860, see Bothams; 1880, see O.S.
Med. Arch. Mediaeval Archaeology (journal).
Naish, map Map of the City of Salisbury . . . surveyed by William Naish. Sold by J. Senex and W. Taylor, London, 1716 (Plate 16); 2nd edition, by John Senex, undated, similar to the first; 3rd edition, by Benjamin Collins, Salisbury, 1751, with minor additions and alterations. See W.A.M., lviii (1963), 453–4.
Nightingale, Plate J.E. Nightingale, Church Plate of the County of Wilts., 1891.
N.M.R. The National Monuments Record.
O.S., 1880 Ordnance Survey, town plan of Salisbury, scale 1:500, surveyed 1879, published 1880;
Parl. Svy., 1649 Survey of church lands in Salisbury, ordered by Parliament and carried out 1649–50; Sar. D. & C.M.
Peniston plans Plans of houses and other properties drawn by J. and H. Peniston, Surveyors 1822–64, now in W.R.O. (Portfolios 451/73–5 and loose rolls 451/–). MS. copies of some plans are held by Salisbury City Engineer.
Pipe R. Great Rolls of the Pipe, 1158–, P.R.S., 1884–.
P.R.O. Public Record Office, London.
P.R.S. Pipe Roll Society.
P.S.A. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
Reeves, Inscriptions J.A. Reeves, Abstract of Monumental Inscriptions in Salisbury Churches, Salisbury Museum, 1975.
Reform Act maps 1. G.O. Lucas, surveyor, Plan of the City . . . with boundaries as laid down by the Reform Act, 1833. 2. Gilmour, Minster St., Plan of the City . . . Reform Act, 1835 (includes names of inns).
Reg. St. Osmund Register of St. Osmund (ed. W.H. Rich-Jones), 1883–4. Rolls Series, lxxviii.
R.C.H.M. The Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England).
Rowe, Coinage C.M. Rowe, Salisbury's Local Coinage, 1966.
Salzman, Building L.F.Salzman, Building in England down to 1540, 1967.
Sar. Chart. Charters and Documents illustrating the history . . . of Salisbury in the 12th and 13th centuries, ed. W.H. RichJones and W. Dunn Macray, 1891. Rolls Series, xcvii.
Sar. Corp. MS. Manuscript in the archives of Salisbury District Council (formerly Salisbury Corporation).
Sar. D. & C.M. Muniments of the Dean and Chapter of Salisbury.
Sar. Dioc. Regy. Salisbury Diocesan Registry.
Sar. C.L. Salisbury Cathedral Library.
Shortt, Salisbury City of Salisbury (ed. Hugh Shortt), Phoenix, London, 1957.
Speed, map Bird's-eye view of Salisbury (Plate 1) from S.W.; Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain, 1611.
Swayne, Accounts H.J.F. Swayne, Churchwardens' Accounts of St. Edmund and St. Thomas, Sarum, 1443–1702; Wilts. Record Society, 1896.
S.J. Salisbury Journal, 1729–
Tithe map Map of Fisherton Anger, Wilts. Pt. 2, 1843; scale 1 inch = 1 chain (Sar. Corp. MS.).
Tropenell Cart. The Tropenell Cartulary, ed. J.S. Davies; Wilts Arch. & N.H. Soc., 1908.
T.H. Arch. Trinity Hospital Archives; Sar. Corp. MS., Z/231 (uncatalogued).
V.C.H. Victoria History of the Counties of England.
W.A.M. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 1854–.
Water Works map Plan of proposed water works, scale 1 in. = 5 chains, 1849, tracing in W.R.O.; another, 1854, with Wessex Water Authority, Salisbury (No. 335).
W.R.O. Wiltshire County Record Office, Trowbridge, Wilts.
Wordsworth, Processions C. Wordsworth, Ceremonies and Processions of Salisbury Cathedral, 1901.
Wordsworth, St. Nicholas C. Wordsworth, Cartulary of St. Nicholas Hospital, 1903.
Wordsworth, Statutes C. Wordsworth and D. Macleane, Statutes and Customs of Salisbury Cathedral, 1915.
Wilts. Rec. Soc. Publications of the Wiltshire Arch. and N.H. Society, Records Branch; later the Wiltshire Record Society.

For a general bibliography of Salisbury, see E.H. Goddard, Wiltshire Bibliography (Wilts. Education Committee, 1929), 191–217.