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HLS MS No. 10

England. Statutes, Magna Carta to 7 Edw. 4

ca. 1467

http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HLS.LIBR:12785211

 

 

The HOLLIS cataloguing may be found here. That cataloguing is fuller than most, and part of it is worth quoting here to the extent that it does not repeat Baker’s cataloguing:

“Summary: Contains a copy of the Magna Carta and other statutes issued to 7 Edward IV in law-French and Latin.

“Spine Title: Statuta regum Angliae

“Notes: Written in black ink in neat lettres batardes, long lines, 45 to a full page.

“Text rubricated in red and blue, ornamental capitals, headings and marginal references in same colors, many fine pen letters in red, blue and white, and 7 large and finely painted and illuminated ornamental initials with marginal decorations the whole length of the page.”

The cataloguing in Baker’s English Legal Manuscripts, 1, no. 41 reads as follows:

“STATUTA VETERA ET NOVA TO 7 EDWARD IV

“MS. 10.

“C.xv, 492 ff. (wanting first 22 ff.), illum, initials and borders, doeskin over oak boards. Preceded by imperfect alphabetical index from Cessavit to Utlagarie.

“‘Liber...’ c. 1500); acquired c. 1840 by Sir Thomas Phillipps (MS. 11911); his sale, S. 5 June 1899, no. 35, to Leighton for George Dunn; his sale, S. 12 Feb. 1913, no. 276; bought privately by HLS.

Census, I, 1023, no. 10.”

Seq. 7 has the rubbed indication of ownership that Baker read as ‘Liber . . . .’ The Phillipps manuscript number is on fol. 23r.

The manuscript is folio-sized, with a page size of approximately 340 by ??? mm.

De Ricci thought that the oak boards of the binding were ‘orginal’. What he meant by this is unclear, as is how he could possibly have told. The boards are covered in brown leather for the spine and the edges, the covers in white tooled ?doeskin. The coverings are definitely not medieval. The spine labels proclaim in lettering that does not look older than the 19th century: ‘Statuta regum Angliae. Ad annum VII Edwardi IV. M. S.’ Both covers are quite loose.

There is a Hindu-Arabic foliation that begins at fol. 23 and seems to be contemporary with the manuscript. We started a digital foliation there, and noticed that our numbers began to become smaller than the numbers on the manuscript. The last numbered folio in the manuscript is 492; the corresponding digital folio is 441. Misfoliation, at least from the point of view of what is there now, occurs at fol. 59 (number repeated and not corrected), 91 (ten numbers skipped), 121 (one number repeated), 182 (ten numbers skipped), 185 (one number skipped), 269 (ten numbers skipped), 307 (four numbers skipped), 333 (two numbers skipped), 354 (one number skipped), 407 (one number skipped), and 419 (twelve numbers skipped).

There is probably no single explanation for these incongruities. For example, the misfoliations of fol. 59 and 121 in our numbering, which are continued on those following, are probably just mistakes of the foliator. Others can be explained if we assume that the scribe (there seems to have been only one, but there is no reason to believe that he worked in strictly chronological order) started with a number of prefoliated quires, or that he deliberately left folios blank at the end of each king. At some point, probably quite early on, someone removed the blank folios, but did not change the foliation. That something along these lines happened at fol. 419 seems reasonably clear. That folio is the first that contains statutes of Edward IV. The final quire of Henry VI statutes is almost certainly a duernion (rather than the usual quaternion). If we imagine that someone cut out the final four folios of the last quire of Henry VI statutes and and an entire quire that had been set aside for additional Henry VI statutes, that would account for the 12 folio numbers that are skipped at fol. 419. Roughly the same thing seems to have happened at fol. 307r, which begins the statutes of Henry IV. The preceding quire is a duernion, but the one that begins on fol. 307r has a folio number four higher than it ought to have, suggesting that 4 folios were removed from the previous quire. (The remains of cut folios seem to be visible in the gutter.) It is a bit less clear that something along these lines happened at fol. 333r, which begins the statutes of Henry V. The previous quire is a bifolium but the number on fol. 333r is two higher than it ought to be, a fact that suggests that the previous quire was originally a duernion. The skip of one number at fol 354r, where the Henry VI statutes begin may just be a mistake, but the quiring would suggest that the previous quire was a bifolium from which one folio was removed. Similarly, the skip of one number at fol. 407r could be just a mistake, but the quiring suggests that one folio was removed at the end of the preceding quire. There is, however, no easy explanation for three skips of 10 folio numbers. The one at fol. 91r seems to occur at the second folio of a regular quaternion; the one at fol. 182r occurs either in the middle of a quaternion or the beginning of the second of two duernions, and the one at 269r occurs at the 7th folio of what seems to be a regular quaternion. At none of them is there any obvious break in the text.

The important point for the modern user of the manuscript is that none of these skips in foliation (except the one at the very beginning of the manuscript) indicates a loss of text. The presence, however, of these skips considerably complicates the task of figuring out the quiring of the manuscript. It is a large manuscript and visually determining where the quire breaks lie is difficult because they are buried so deep in the binding. The scribe frequently put carryovers on the verso of what seems to the last folio of the quires. There are signature marks, some of which are sufficiently mysterious that we simply marked them as ‘yes’ where we saw them. Where the signature marks and the carryovers coincide, we can be quite confident of the quiring. Where they do not, we have preferred the carryovers, since all the signature marks may not be genuine. We are particularly skeptical of those marked on fols. 99r–105r, some of which look like ‘coa ’, which may be an abbreviation for ‘communia’, whatever that might mean in this context. Where the skips in the folio numbers helped to interpret the carryovers and the signature marks, we used them. Where they did not, we ignored them.

With these principles in mind, we offer the following collation. It probably is not quite right. When the manuscript is rebound, there will almost certainly be some surprises, but this is the best that we can do now:

Collation: ii (unfoliated), 18 (f. 23, 7 f. have been lost, as have the original first 2 quires), 2–88 (f. 24–78), 92 (f. 79–80), 10–218 (f. 81–177), 22–234 (f. 178–185), 248 (f. 186–192, lacks 1), 25–328 (f. 193–256), 336 (f. 256–262), 34–388 (f. 236–302), 398 (f. 303–306, lacks 4), 40–428 (f. 307–330), 434 (f. 331–332, lacks 2), 444 (f. 333–336), 45–468 (f. 337–352), 472 (f. 353, lacks 1), 486 (f. 354–359), 49–538 (f. 360–399), 548 (f. 400–406, lacks 1), 548 (f. 407–414), 558 (f. 415–418, lacks 4), 56–578 (f. 419–434), 588 (f. 435–441, lacks 1), i (unfoliated).

Quires 22–23 could be one quaternion, but the skip in foliation in the middle suggests that they are two duernions. Quires 47–48 could be a quaternion, lacking one, but the skip in foliation and the change of king suggests this collation. The two unfoliated folios at the beginning and the one at the end are almost certainly later additions, made when the manuscript was bound. At least two of them are, however, of considerable antiquity. Seq. 6 has stains that suggest that it was originally a pastedown; seq. 7 has a recipe for medicine written in what is probably a 16th-century hand; seq. 847 has notes in hands that may be medieval and are certainly no later than the early 16th century; seq. 848 (the back pastedown) has sums on it (in millions of pounds!) in what looks like a 17th century hand.

The first capital of Magna Carta is illuminated with gold leaf and much color, with a strap floreated border issuing from it. Similar capitals are found on the first page of the statutes of each king from Edward III through Edward IV. Other capitals are decorated in red and blue with fine scrollwork issuing out of them into margins. Red and blue paragraph marks appear throughout. Red is also used for the lemmata in the abridgement. The script throughout is in a clear and consistent late 15th-century semi-cursive hand, sometimes called ‘bastard’. The main scribe was capable of some decoration himself often extending letters in the margins. He may also be responsible for some of the red and blue quill-work. This is obviously a high-quality production.

The dry-point layout is not always visible on the images, but there can be little doubt that it existed on all the pages. There are quite consistently 45 wide lines to the page. The texts are corrected in what for the most part looks like the same hand that wrote them. There are relatively few marginalia other than chapter numbers and corrections.

The presentation quality of the manuscript is somewhat marred by the fact that the scribe omitted a number of passages in the texts, particularly in the older statutes. He did, however, go back and make marginal additions. That he had to do so may suggest that his initial copy was made from an imperfect text, which he then went back and corrected from a better one.

Despite the loss of the first two quires and most of the third, the abridgement of statutes at the beginning of manuscript (fols. 23–81) is of considerable interest. We have made a very preliminary transcription of the lemmata in the marginalia section in the detailed table below. These transcriptions are raw and need further attention. Some of the ‘abridgements’ are quite long, so there are pages with no lemmata. There are acute accents on some of the final é’s that we did not reproduce.

The first few abridgements on fol. 23 correspond to those in the printed abridgement of statutes of 1481. We are thus looking at what is probably an ancestor of the printed abridgement, though granted the dates it is not impossible that our abridgement was derived from the printed one. If that is the case, we would have to advance the probable date of our manuscript considerably. It seems more likely, however, that the text in our manuscript is not derived from the printed one, and that our date is approximately correct.

There is some evidence that the person who commissioned MS 10 was thinking in terms of what later became the division in the printed statute-books between Statuta vetera and Statuta nova. Illuminated capitals, as noted above, appear for Magna Carta and for every king between Edward III and Edward IV. There is little attempt to organize the material from Magna Carta to the beginning of the reign of Edward III in chronological order. They are, we might imagine, though the term in not used, all ‘statuta vetera’. From Edward III forward there is considerable effort to arrange the material in chronological order. From Richard II forward, the chronological order is quite strict. There are only three items from Edward III forward that are not found in S.R.: a document connected with the Despensers found at the beginning of Edward III’s reign (fol. 186v, cf. HLS MS 170, fol. 33r–34v; may actually date from the 1320s), the ‘Statute of Absentees’ for Ireland (3 Ric. 2, fol. 265v), and an ordinance concerning Lancaster that implements a petition on the parliament rolls for 1420 (fol. 384v). There are 14 such items in the section before the formal beginning of the statutes of Edward III: Tractatus de antiquo dominico (fol. 129r); Articles of inquiry, 2 Edw. 1 (fol. 129v); Modus exceptionum (fol. 132r); Early case report (1268) with memorandum (fol. 133v); De averiis imparcatis (fol. 139r); Distinctiones socagii (fol. 143v); Tractatus de homagio (fol. 144r); Juramentum vicecomitis (fol. 152v); Modus exceptionum (again, fol. 156v); Exposicio vocabulorum (fol. 157v); Ne quis occasionetur in posecucione hugonis le despenser patris et filii (fol. 179v); Distinctiones socagii (again, fol. 180v); De warrantia carte (fol. 181r); and Consuetudines Cantiae (not the same text as in S.R., fol. 181r). It will be noted that these items are clustered at the end of the section that runs from Magna Carta to the beginning of the reign of Edward III. This section also contains a large number of items that are in S.R. but as temp. incert.

There seems little doubt that MS 10 was derived, at least ultimately, from sources considerably older than the date of the manuscript. At least two sources lie behind the section from Magna Carta to the formal beginning of Edward III. From Magna Carta on fol. 82r to the statute of Westminster III on fol. 105v the material proceeds in the order that we have come to expect from other manuscripts that are now called ‘Statuta vetera’: Magna Carta and the Forest Charter, as confirmed by Edward I, Merton, Marlborough, Gloucester and its ‘explanation’, Westminster I, II, and III. At fol. 105, the chronological order breaks down but we are still dealing with Edward I statutes: De viris religiosis, 7 Edw. 1; Fines, 27 Edw. 1; De bigamis, 4 Edw. 1; De illis qui debent poni, 21 Edw. 1; Winchester, 13 Edw. 1; Merchants, 11 Edw. 1. The pattern is interrupted by the Prerogativa regis, temp. incert. (fol. 109r) and Judicium pillorie, temp. incert. (fol. 110r), but returns with Circumspecte agatis (pt. 1), 13 Edw.1; Joint-tenants, 34 Edw. 1; De quo warranto and De quo warranto novum, 18 Edw. 1, and Circumspecte agatis (pt. 1), 13 Edw. 1. At fol. 112r, we begin to get more statutes temp. incert. mixed in with Edward I statutes. The first statute of Edward II (Sheriffs, 9 Edw. 2, stat. 2) appears on fol. 113. A run of Edward III statutes (4; 1 stat. 2; 5; 9 stat. 1; 10 stat. 1) appears on fols. 115v–122v. We then return to statutes temp. incert. and mixed statutes of Edward I and Edward II, until we reach fol. 129r with the first item that does not appear in S.R. at all. As the marginal notes point out, the portion of Judicium pillorie on fol. 110r occurs again in a better text on fol. 153v; 1 Edw. 3, stat. 1, occurs again on fol. 187v, and 9 Edw. 3 occurs again on fol. 196r. All of these duplications occur in the section that has the statutes of Edward III, pretty much complete and pretty much in chronological order.

There is also duplication within the long section between Westminster III and the beginning of the formal run of statutes of Edward III, two of which have already been noted (Modus exceptionum, fol. 132r and 156v; Distinctiones socagii, fol. 143v and 180v). The Statute of Westminster IV, 14 Edw. 2, appears at both fol. 142r and 159r; the statute De consultatione, 18 Edw. 1, at both fol. 140v and 176v. That suggests that the first source of this material ended someplace after fol. 143, and the second began someplace before fol. 156. The section between fol. 132r and 143v also contains the case report of 1268 (one of only two copies of it known) and the statute De anno et die of 40 Hen. 3. There is nothing in it that needs be later than 14 Edw. 2 (1320–21).

When we couple this evidence with the fact that the scribe seems to have been comparing more than one manuscript to make his corrections, it seems reasonably clear that more than one source lay behind this manuscript. There is also some evidence, suggested above, that the later statutes came from independent sources for each king.

The man who commissioned the manuscript might be described as omniverous. He wanted as much as he could get and was not, it would seem, concerned that some duplication might result. His desire led to a manuscript that is quite handsomely produced and quite comprehensive. It is, for example, the only manuscript that we have found so far that contains the Ordinances of 1311 (and their repealer). The duplicated items give us, we believe, two independent witnesses of the same text, without going outside the confines of one manuscript. Clearly, more work on it would repay itself.

Hence, we know something about what the man who commissioned the manuscript wanted and what he got. Unless the early rubbed-out indication of ownership can be read under ultraviolet light, however, we have no idea who he was. We might speculate that he was a senior lawyer or even a justice. He wanted as much as he could get; he wanted it to look good, and he had the money the money to pay for it. Before we go too far down that road, however, we should remember that the evidence so far is also consistent with the speculation that he was a rich young man, who wanted to become a serjeant or a justice, but never made it.

 

Summary Contents

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  Seq. Fol. No. Item  
8–125f. 23r–81v1Alphabetical abridgement of statutes 
126–129f. 82r–83v2Magna Carta, as confirmed 25 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:114–19) 
129–131f. 83v–84v3Forest Charter, as confirmed 25 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:120–2) 
131–133f. 84v–85v4Provisions of Merton, 20 Hen. 3 (S.R. 1:1–4) 
133–138f. 85v–88r5Statute of Marlborough, 52 Hen. 3 (S.R. 1:19–25) 
138–141f. 88r–89v6Statute of Gloucester, 6 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:45–50) 
141–141f. 89v–89v7‘Explanation’ of statute of Gloucester, 6 Edw. 1(S.R. 1:50) 
141–152f. 89v–95r8Statute of Westminster I, 3 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:26–39 ) 
152–172f. 95r–105r9Statute of Westminster II, 13 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:71–95) 
173–173f. 105v–105v10Statute of Westminster III, 18 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:106) 
173–174f. 105v–106r11Statute De viris religiosis, 7 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:51 ) 
174–175f. 106r–106v12Statute of Fines, 27 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:126–30) 
175–176f. 106v–107r13Statute De bigamis, 4 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:42–3) 
176–176f. 107r–107r14De illis qui debent poni in iuratis et assisis, 21 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:113) 
176–178f. 107r–108r15Statute of Winchester, 13 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:96–8 ) 
178–180f. 108r–109r16Statute of Merchants, 13 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:98–100) 
180–182f. 109r–110r17Prerogativa regis, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:226–7) 
182–182f. 110r–110r18Judicium pillorie (pt) (S.R. 1:202–204) 
182–183f. 110r–110v19Circumspecte agatis, 13 Edw. 1 (pt.1) (S.R. 1:101–2 ) 
183–184f. 110v–111r20Statute of Joint-tenants, 34 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:107) 
185–185f. 111v–111v21Circumspecte agatis, 13 Edw. 1 (pt. 2) (S.R. 1:101–2) 
186–186f. 112r–112r22Statutum de proteccionibus non allocatis, temp. incert.(S.R. 1:217) 
186–186f. 112r–112r23Statutum de appellatis, 28 Edw. 1(S.R. 1:141) 
186–187f. 112r–112v24Statutum de wardis et releviis, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:228 ) 
187–188f. 112v–113r25Statutum de escaetoribus, 29 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:142–3) 
188–188f. 113r–113r26Statute of Sheriffs, 9 Edw. 2, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:174–5) 
188–189f. 113r–113v27Statute of conspirators, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:216 ) 
189–189f. 113v–113v28Statutum de militibus, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:229) 
189–193f. 113v–115v29Statute of Northampton, 2 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:257–61 ) 
193–197f. 115v–117v304 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:261–5) 
197–199f. 117v–118v311 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:255–7) 
199–203f. 118v–120v325 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:265–9) 
203–205f. 120v–121v339 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:269–72) 
205–207f. 121v–122v3410 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:275) 
207–208f. 122v–123r35Statutum de illis qui debent poni in iuratis et assisis, 21 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:113) 
208–209f. 123r–123v36De magnis assisis et duellis, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:218) 
209–212f. 123v–125r37Articuli cleri, 9 Edw. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:171–4) 
212–216f. 125r–127r38Articuli super cartas, 28 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:136–41) 
216–217f. 127r–127v39Modus calumpniandi essoniam, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:217–18) 
217–217f. 127v–127v40Dies communes in banco, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:306) 
217–218f. 127v–128r41Dies communes de dote, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:208 ) 
218–218f. 128r–128r42View of frankpledge, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:246–7) 
218–220f. 128r–129r43Officium coronatoris, 4 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:40–1) 
220–221f. 129r–129v44Tractatus de antiquo dominico (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
221–225f. 129v–131v45Articles of inquiry, 2 Edw. 1 (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
225–225f. 131v–131v46Assize of bread and ale, temp. incert. (pt.) (S.R. 1:199–200) 
225–225f. 131v–131v47Assize of bread and ale, temp. incert. (pt.) (S.R. 1:200 ) 
226–226f. 132r–132r48Assize of bread and ale, temp. incert. (pt.) (S.R. 1:200) 
226–226f. 132r–132r49Modus exceptionum (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
226–226f. 132r–132r50Statute of weights and measures, temp. incert. (pt.) (S.R. 1:204– 219 (bis)) 
226–229f. 132r–133v51‘Statutes of the Exchequer’, temp. incert (S.R. 1:197 (semel) – (ter) ) 
229–229f. 133v–133v52Districtiones scaccarii, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:197 (ter) – 198) 
229–234f. 133v–136r53Early case report (1268) with memorandum (S.R. Not in S.R. ) 
234–234f. 136r–136r54Statutum de iusticiis assignandis, quod vocatur Rageman, 4 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:44) 
235–235f. 136v–136v55Statutum de moneta, temp. incert.(S.R. 1:219 (semel) – 219 (bis)) 
235–235f. 136v–136v56Statutum de anno et die, 40 Hen. 3(S.R. 1:7) 
235–236f. 136v–137r57Circumspecte agatis, 13 Edw. 1 (pt.) (S.R. 1:101 ) 
236–239f. 137r–138v58De bigamis, 4 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:42–3) 
239–239f. 138v–138v59Articles of inquiry on the statute of Winchester, temp. incert.(S.R. 1:245–6) 
239–239f. 138v–138v60Statutum de homagio et fidelitate faciendis, temp. incert. (pt.)(S.R. 1:227–8) 
239–240f. 138v–139r61Statutum de homagio et fidelitate faciendis, temp. incert. (pt.) (S.R. 1:227–8 ) 
240–240f. 139r–139r62Statutum de admensuratione terre, temp. incert.(S.R. 1:206–7) 
240–240f. 139r–139r63De averiis imparcatis (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
240–241f. 139r–139v64Statute of amortising lands, 20 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:111 ) 
241–242f. 139v–140r65Statutum de malefactoribus in parcis, 21 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:111–12) 
242–242f. 140r–140r66Statutum de frangentibus prisonam, 23 Edw. 1(S.R. 1:113) 
242–242f. 140r–140r67Statute of Conspirators, temp. incert. (pt.)(S.R. 1:216) 
242–243f. 140r–140v68Ordinatio de conspiratoribus, 33 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:145 ) 
243–243f. 140v–140v69Statutum De consultacione, 18 Edw. 1(S.R. 1:108) 
243–243f. 140v–140v70Statute of Joint-Tenants, 34 Edw. 1 (pt.)(S.R. 1:147) 
243–244f. 140v–141r71Ordinatio de inquisicionibus, 33 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:143) 
244–244f. 141r–141r72Statute De presentibus vocatis ad warrantum, 20 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:108–9) 
244–246f. 141r–142r73Provisions made in the Exchequer, 12 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:69–70) 
246–247f. 142r–142v74Statute of Westminster IV, 14 Edw. 2 (S.R. 1:180–1) 
247–248f. 142v–143r75Statute De defensione iuris, 20 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:110) 
248–249f. 143r–143v76Statuta de sacramento ministrorum Regis, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:232) 
249–249f. 143v–143v77Modus levandi fines, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:214) 
249–250f. 143v–144r78Distinctiones socagii (S.R. Not in S.R. ) 
250–250f. 144r–144r79De catallis felonum, temp. incert.(S.R. 1:230) 
251–252f. 144v–145r80Statutum de tallagio, 25 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:125) 
252–252f. 145v–145v81Statutum de iusticiariis assignatis, 21 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:112) 
252–253f. 145v–146r82Statutum de illis qui debent poni in iuratis et assisis, 21 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:113) 
253–253f. 145v–145v83Judicium pillorie, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:201–2) 
253–254f. 145v–146r84Ordinatio foreste, 34 Edw. 1 (pt.) (S.R. 1:147–9) 
254–255f. 146r–146v85Ordinatio foreste, 33 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:144) 
255–257f. 146v–147v86Consuetudines et assise de foresta, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:243–5) 
257–259f. 147v–148v87Ordinatio foreste, 34 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:147–9) 
259–259f. 148v–148v88Sentencia lata super confirmatione cartarum, 25 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:126) 
259–260f. 148v–149r89Statutum de finibus et attornatis, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:215 ) 
260–262f. 149r–150r90Statute of Exeter, temp. incert. (pt.) (S.R. 1:210–12) 
262–264f. 150r–151r91Statute of Exeter, temp. incert. (pt.) (S.R. 1:210–12) 
264–265f. 151r–151v92Article on the statute of Gloucester, 9 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:52) 
265–267f. 151v–152v93Statute of York, 12 Edw. 2 (S.R. 1:177–9) 
267–268f. 152v–153r94Juramentum vicecomitis (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
268–269f. 153r–153v95Statutum de pistoribus, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:202–4) 
269–270f. 153v–154r96Judicium pillorie, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:201–2) 
270–272f. 154r–155r97Extenta manerii, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:242–3) 
272–274f. 155r–156r98Statute of Carlisle, 35 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:150–2) 
274–274f. 156r–156r99Statute of gavelet in London, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:222) 
274–275f. 156r–156v100Statute of conspirators, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:216) 
275–275f. 156v–156v101De tenentibus per legem Anglie, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:220) 
275–275f. 156v–156v102Modus exceptionum (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
275–276f. 156v–157r103Statute of weights and measures, temp. incert. (pt.) (S.R. 1:204–205) 
276–277f. 157r–157v104Statuta armorum, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:230–1) 
277–279f. 157v–158v105Exposicio vocabulorum (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
279–279f. 158v–158v106Statute of Waste, 20 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:113) 
279–280f. 158v–159r107Statutum Hibernie de coheredibus, 20 Hen. 3 (S.R. 1:5) 
280–280f. 159r–159r108De proteccionibus non allocandis, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:271) 
280–281f. 159r–160r109Statute of Westminster IV, 14 Edw. 2 (S.R. 1:180–1 ) 
282–283f. 160r–160v110Statute of Gloucester, 6 Edw. 3, preamble (S.R. 1:45–7) 
283–285f. 160v–161v111Confirmatio cartarum, 25 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:122–4)1:218)" 
285–286f. 161v–162r112Sentencia lata super Cartas (S.R. 1:6) 
285–285f. 162r–162v113Statutum de visu terre et essonio et de servicio domini Regis, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:218) 
285–286f. 162r–162v114Statutum de moneta parvum, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:220 ) 
287–287f. 162v–163r115Articuli monete, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:219 (bis)) 
287–288f. 163r–163v116Les noveles ordenances, 5 Edw. 2, preamble (S.R. 1:157–58 ) 
289–301f. 163v–169v117Les noveles ordenances, 5 Edw. 2 (S.R. 1:158–68) 
302–303f. 170r–170v118Chapters in eyre, temp. incert. (pt.) (S.R. 1:233–8) 
303–304f. 170v–171r119Chapters in eyre, temp. incert. (pt.) (S.R. 1:233–8) 
304–307f. 171r–172v120Chapters in eyre, temp. incert. (pt.) (S.R. 1:233–8) 
307–308f. 172v–173r121Revocacio novarum ordinationum, 15 Edw. 2 (S.R. 1:189–90) 
308–308f. 172v–173r122Statutum super apportamento armorum, 7 Edw. 2 (S.R. 1:170) 
308–309f. 173r–174r123Statutum de terris Templariorum, 17 Edw. 2, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:194–6 ) 
310–312f. 174r–175r124Ordinatio de statu terre Hibernie, 17 Edw. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:193–4) 
312–312f. 175r–175r1257 Edw. 2 (pt.) (S.R. 1:169) 
312–313f. 175r–175v1267 Edw. 2 (pt.) (S.R. 1:170 ) 
313–313f. 175v–175v127Compositio ulnarum et perticarum, temp. incert; (S.R. 1:206 n) 
313–313f. 175v–175v128Ordinatio de inquisicionibus, 33 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:143) 
313–315f. 175v–175v129Statutum pro clero inviolabiliter observando, 10 Edw. 2 (S.R. 1:175–6) 
315–315f. 176v–176v130Statutum De consultacione, 18 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:108) 
315–317f. 176v–177v131Statutum de forma mittendi extractas ad scaccarium, 16 Edw. 2 (S.R. 1:190–2) 
318–321f. 178r–179v132Exilium Hugonis le Despenser patris et filii, 15 Edw. 2 (S.R. 1:181–4) 
321–322f. 179v–180r133Ne quis occasionetur in posecucione hugonis le despenser patris et filij (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
322–323f. 180r–180v134Forma cartarum [prosequentibus] Hugonem le despenser patrem et filium concessarum (S.R. 1:187 n) 
323–324f. 180v–181r135Distinctiones socagii (S.R. Not in S.R. ) 
324–324f. 181r–181r136De warrantia carte (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
324–327f. 181r–182v137Cf. Consuetudines Cantiae, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:223–5 ) 
327–329f. 182v–183v138Statute of York, 12 Edw. 2 (S.R. 1:177–9) 
329–330f. 183v–184r139Statute of Sheriffs, 9 Edw. 2, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:174–5) 
330–330f. 184r–184r140Statuta de sacramento ministrorum Regis, temp. incert.(S.R. 1:232) 
330–331f. 184r–184v141Prohibitio formata de statuto articuli cleri, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:209 ) 
332–335f. 185r–186v1421 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:251–4) 
335–337f. 186v–187v143Concerning the Despensers (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
337–340f. 187v–189r1441 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:255–7) 
340–344f. 189r–191r145Statute of Northampton, 2 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:257–61) 
344–348f. 191r–193r1464 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:261–5) 
348–352f. 193r–195r1475 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:265–9) 
352–354f. 195r–196r1489 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:273–4) 
354–357f. 196r–197v1499 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:269–72) 
357–358f. 197v–198r15010 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:275) 
358–359f. 198r–198v15110 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:276–8) 
359–360f. 198v–199r15210 Edw. 3, stat. 3 (S.R. 1:278–80) 
360–361f. 199r–199v153Writ to the earl of Lincoln, tested at Westminster [year 10] (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
361–362f. 199v–200r15411 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:280–1) 
362–374f. 200r–206r15514 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:281–9) 
374–375f. 206r–206v15614 Edw. 3, stat. 3 (S.R. 1:292) 
375–377f. 206v–207v15714 Edw. 3, stat. 4 (S.R. 1:292–4) 
377–380f. 207v–209r15815 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:295–6) 
380–380f. 209r–209r15915 Edw. 3, stat. 2(S.R. 1:297) 
380–382f. 209r–210r16018 Edw. 3, stat. 3 (S.R. 1:302–3) 
382–384f. 210r–211r16118 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:300–1) 
384–386f. 211r–212r16215 Edw. 3, stat. 3 (S.R. 1:297–8) 
386–386f. 212r–212r16318 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:299) 
386–387f. 212r–212v164Oath of the justices, 20 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:305–6 ) 
387–387f. 212v–212v165Oath of the clerks of the chancery, 20 Edw. 3(S.R. 1:306) 
387–389f. 212v–213v166Ordinance of labourers, 23 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:307–9 ) 
389–396f. 213v–217r167Statute of labourers, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:311–13) 
396–397f. 217r–217v168Statute pro hiis qui nati sunt in partibus transmarinis, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:310) 
397–401f. 217v–219v169Statute of provisors, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 4 (S.R. 1:316–18) 
401–406f. 219v–222r17025 Edw. 3, stat. 5 (S.R. 1:319–24) 
407–409f. 222v–223v171Ordinance for the clergy, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 6 (S.R. 1:324–26) 
409–411f. 223v–224v172Statutum de forma levationis decime-quinte, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 7 (S.R. 1:327–8) 
411–414f. 224v–226r173?Ordinance of the Staple (S.R. Cf. 27 Edw. 3, stat. 2) 
414–417f. 226r–227v174Statute of praemunire, 27 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:329–31) 
417–431f. 227v–234v175Ordinance of the staple, 27 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:332–42) 
431–433f. 234v–235v176Ordinatio de feodis maiorum et constabularium stapule, ?28 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:343–44) 
433–438f. 235v–238r17728 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:345–9) 
438–442f. 238r–240r17831 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:349–53) 
442–443f. 240r–240v179Ordinatio de pisce salito de Blakeney [Norf], 31 Edw. 3, stat. 3 (S.R. 1:355–6) 
444–446f. 241r–242r180Ordinatio facta de allece vendend’, 31 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:353–5) 
446–451f. 242r–244v18134 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:364–9) 
451–453f. 244v–245v182De perdona facta communitati regni Anglie, 36 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:376–8) 
453–458f. 245v–248r18336 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:371–6) 
458–463f. 248r–250v184Statutum de victu et vestitu, 37 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:378–83) 
463–465f. 250v–251v18538 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:383–5) 
465–468f. 251v–253r18638 Edw. 3, stat.2 (S.R. 1:385–7) 
468–470f. 253r–254r18742 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:388–90) 
470–473f. 254r–255v18843 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:390–2) 
473–473f. 255v–255v18945 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:393) 
473–473f. 255v–255v19047 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:395 ) 
474–476f. 256r–257r191De perdonacionibus et gratiis factis per Regem communitati regni sui Anglie, 50 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:396–8) 
478–482f. 258r–260r1921 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:1–5) 
482–488f. 260r–263r193Statute of Gloucester, 2 Ric. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:6–11) 
488–489f. 263r–263v1942 Ric. 2, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:12) 
489–492f. 263v–265r1953 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:13–15) 
492–493f. 265r–265v196Statute of Northampton, 4 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:16) 
494–500f. 266r–269r1975 Ric. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:17–23) 
500–503f. 269r–270v1985 Ric. 2, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:23–26) 
503–507f. 270v–272v1996 Ric. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:26–30) 
507–509f. 272v–273v2006 Ric. 2, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:30–31) 
514–515f. 276r–276v2018 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:36–7) 
515–516f. 276v–277r2029 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:38–9) 
517–520f. 277v–279r20311 Ric. 2 (pt.) (S.R. 2:39–42) 
520–530f. 279r–284r20411 Ric. 2 (pt.) (S.R. 2:42–55) 
530–535f. 284r–286v20512 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:55–60) 
535–543f. 286v–290v20613 Ric. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:61–68) 
543–549f. 290v–293v20713 Ric. 2, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:68–74) 
549–549f. 293v–294r20814 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:76–77) 
550–554f. 294r–296r20915 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:78–82) 
554–558f. 296r–298r21016 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:82–87) 
559–562f. 298v–300r21117 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:87–92) 
562–563f. 300r–300v21220 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:92–94) 
563–575f. 300v–306v21321 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:94–110) 
576–583f. 307r–310v2141 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:111–19) 
583–594f. 310v–316r2152 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:120–31) 
594–603f. 316r–320v2164 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:132–43) 
603–608f. 320v–323r2175 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:143–8) 
608–609f. 323r–323v2186 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:148–50) 
609–617f. 323v–327v2197 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:150–8) 
617–619f. 327v–328v2209 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:158–61) 
619–623f. 328v–330v22111 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:162–6) 
623–626f. 330v–332r22213 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:166–9) 
628–633f. 333r–335v2231 Hen. 5 (S.R. 1 Hen. 5) 
633–646f. 335v–342r2242 Hen. 5, stat. 1 (S.R. 2 Hen. 5, stat. 1) 
646–648f. 342r–343r2252 Hen. 5, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:187–90) 
648–649f. 343r–343v2263 Hen. 5 (S.R. 2:191) 
649–653f. 343v–345v2274 Hen. 5, aka 3 Hen. 5, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:192–6) 
653–657f. 345v–347v2284 Hen. 5, aka 4 Hen. 5, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:196–200) 
657–658f. 347v–348r2295 Hen. 5 (S.R. 2:200) 
658–659f. 348r–348v2307 Hen. 5 (S.R. 2:201–2) 
659–659f. 348v–349r2318 Hen. 5 (S.R. 2:203) 
659–660f. 348v–349r232Ordinance concerning Lancaster (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
665–669f. 351v–353v2339 Hen. 5, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:209–12) 
670–672f. 354r–355r2341 & 2 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:213–16) 
673–683f. 355v–360v2352 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:216–27) 
683–684f. 360v–361r2363 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:227–8) 
684–686f. 361r–362r2374 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:229–32) 
686–691f. 362r–364v2386 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:232–8) 
691–707f. 364v–372v2398 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:238–62) 
707–714f. 372v–376r2409 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:263–72) 
714–718f. 376r–378r24110 Hen. 6[, stat. 1] (S.R. 2:272–76) 
718–727f. 378r–382v24211 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:278–288) 
727–732f. 382v–385r24314 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:289–94) 
732–736f. 385r–387r24415 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:295–300) 
737–749f. 387v–393v24518 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:301–15) 
749–758f. 393v–398r24620 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:315–25) 
759–775f. 398v–407r24723 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:326–43) 
776–776f. 407r–407r24825 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:344) 
776–781f. 407r–409v24927 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:345–52) 
781–784f. 409v–411r25028 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:353–7) 
784–786f. 411r–412r25129 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:357–9) 
786–792f. 412r–415r25231 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:360–9) 
792–798f. 415r–418r25333 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:369–78) 
798–799f. 418r–418v25439 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:378–9) 
800–810f. 419r–424r2551 Edw. 4 (S.R. 2:380–91) 
810–810f. 424r–428v2563 Edw. 4 (S.R. 2:392–402) 
819–833f. 428v–435v2574 Edw. 4 (S.R. 2:403–18) 
834–838f. 436r–438r2587 Edw. 4 (S.R. 2:418–23) 
839–845f. 438v–441v2598 Edw. 4 (S.R. 2:424–430) 

 

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  Seq. Fol. Label Header Sig.  
  1no fol., no sig.Spine 
  2no fol., no sig.Front cover 
  3no fol., no sig.Inside front cover, with bookplate, From the Library of George Dunn, Gift of the Alumni of the Harvard Law School 
  4no fol., no sig.Entry from De Ricc’s Census and notes in George Dunn’s handwriting 
  5no fol., no sig.Blank 
  6no fol., no sig.Blank 
  7no fol., no sig.Recipe for medicine in English, in a later hand 
  823rAlphabetical Abridgement of StatutesPhillipps MS 11911 
Marginalia: (1) Cessavit, (2) Challange, (3) Chall’ p’ le Roy, (4) Champertie.
Note: Header in different hand/ink.
  923v 
Marginalia: (1) Chappeleyns, (2) Chre’ de perdon.
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  1024r 
Marginalia: (1) Chestershire, (2) Chivalere, (3) Clergie, (4) Clerk de markett.
  1124v 
Marginalia: (1) Clerke du croun, (2) Colez, (3) Collectours, (4) Collusion.
  1225r 
Marginalia: (1) Con’e pleez, (2) Con’e bank, (3) Co’missio’ns, (4) Co’missionz, (5) Conspiracie.
  1325v 
Marginalia: (1) Constable & m’chall’, (2) Consultacio’n, (3) Cont’ forma’ collac’onis, (4) Comvocac’ones, (5) Cordemayn’g.
  1426r 
Marginalia: (1) Corona’, (2) Coroners.
  1526v 
  1627r 
Marginalia: (1) Corpus cu’ causa, (2) Colmage, (3) Comite, (4) Comito’ dez Nobelx, (5) Countreple de voucher.
  1727v 
Marginalia: (1) Crosses, (2) Cui in vita, (3) Cunage, (4) Custome, (5) Custum’s & countrollers.
  1828r 
Marginalia: (1) Damages, (2) Darreigne presentement, (3) Decies tantum [later addition in same hand].
Note: Decorated initial ‘F’.
  1928v 
Marginalia: (1) Denmarke, (2) Dette le Roy, (3) Dette, (4) Dissin’ one Robb’ye, (5) Disseite, (6) Dismez, (7) Distresse.
  2029r 
Marginalia: (1) Dower, (2) Dorchest’, (3) Drape.
  2129v 
  2230r 
Marginalia: (1) Drawlache, (2) Droit, (3) Elecio’ns, (4) Enditement’.
Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
  2330v 
Marginalia: (1) Encumbent, (2) Englisshir’, (3) Englit’re, (4) Entre, (5) Entre one Force, (6) Entr’ sur dissin’, (7) Errour.
  2431r 
Marginalia: (1) Eschape, (2) Eschainge, (3) Eschete, (4) Eschetour.
  2531v 
Marginalia: Eschequer’.
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  2632r 
Marginalia: (1) Eskipson, (2) Esson’.
  2732v 
Marginalia: (1) Essteign’, (2) Estretez.
  2833r 
Marginalia: (1) Estrepement (2) Enesg’z, (3) Enwyke, (4) Excepc’on, (5) Excomengement, (6) Excuc’on.
  2933v 
Marginalia: (1) Executours, (2) Exempc’on, (3) Exemplificacion, (4) Exigend, (5) Expens’ dez Ch’rs, (6) Exposic’o vocabular’.
  3034r 
Marginalia: Extorc’on.
  3134v 
Marginalia: (1) Faite, (2) Faucon, (3) Faux iu’gement, (4) Feaulte.
Note: Decorated initial ‘S’.
  3235r 
Marginalia: (1) Fairez, (2) Felonie, (3) Ferze, (4) Fermez.
  3335v 
Marginalia: (1) Feez de court, (2) Fynes, (3) Forcible entre.
  3436r 
Marginalia: Forest.
  3536v 
Marginalia: (1) Forfaiture, (2) Forg’ dez faitez, (3) Forstallers.
  3637r 
Marginalia: (1) Formedon’, (2) Freers, (3) Galeis.
Note: Decorated initial ‘L’.
  3737v 
Marginalia: (1) Gaolees, (2) Gaole Delyv’ez.
  3838r 
Marginalia: (1) Garrauntie, (2) Garde.
  3938v 
  4039r 
Marginalia: (1) Gaugeours dez vinez &;amp; aut’z lico’z, (2) Gildez &;amp; Frat’nitatez, (3) Guerre.
  4139v 
Marginalia: Homagiu’.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘O’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  4240r 
Marginalia: (1) Hospitall’, (2) Hostilers, (3) Hundred, (4) Hunters, (5) Idemptitate no’is, (6) Instrumentes, (7) Jointen’u’ce.
Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
  4340v 
Marginalia: (1) Joure, (2) Jours en banke, (3) Irland.
  4441r 
Marginalia: (1) Juesse [i.e., jugement], (2) Jugement, (3) ?Jurisutrum, (4) Jurour.
  4541v 
Marginalia: Justicez du peas.
  4642rYes 
  4742v 
Marginalia: (1) Justic’ dez assisez; Justic’ de lun’bank &;amp; de laut’, (2) Kedels, (3) Laborers et artificers.
Note: Decorated initials ‘O’ and ‘Q’.
  4843rYes 
  4943v 
  5044r 
  5144v 
  5245r 
Marginalia: Laynes.
  5345v 
Marginalia: (1) Lancastre, (2) Legates, (3) Ley, (4) L’re de marge, (5) Libellus, (6) Licence, (7) Limitac’on.
  5446r 
Marginalia: (1) Livere, (2) Liver’ de companye.
  5546v 
Marginalia: Lollardes.
  5647r 
Marginalia: Loundrez.
  5747v 
Marginalia: (1) Lombardes, (2) Mainp’s.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘L’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  5848ri 
Marginalia: Mainten’’nc’.
  5948v 
Marginalia: (1) Marchall’, (2) Marchalsie.
  6049rij 
Marginalia: Marcha’nt’.
  6149v 
  6250riij 
  6350v 
  6451riiij 
Marginalia: (1) Marque, (2) Masons, (3) Meare, (4) Mason de Religio’n.
  6551v 
Marginalia: (1) Mendiv’unt’, (2) Mesne.
  6652r 
Marginalia: (1) Messagez, (2) Mesure, (3) Money.
  6752v 
Marginalia: Money de galeyhalpens.
  6853r 
Marginalia: Mynte.
  6953v 
Marginalia: (1) Mord’unc’, (2) Mortmayn’.
  7054r 
Marginalia: (1) Murage, (2) Murder, (3) Nati in partibz transmarinis, (4) Niefs, (5) Nisi prius.
Note: Decorated initial ‘L’.
  7154v 
  7255r 
Marginalia: (1) Northumberlande, (2) No’nclaym’, (3) Nounplevyn, (4) Nounfayt, (5) Nountenure, (6) Nus’unc’.
  7355v 
Marginalia: (1) Officers, (2) Oier’ et terminere, (3) Ordinarie, (4) Ore & argent, (5) Orpheours.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘C’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  7456rj 
Marginalia: Panell’.
Note: Decorated initial ‘L’.
  7556v 
Marginalia: (1) Pape, (2) Parleme’t.
  7657r(1) ij (2) Yes  
  7757v 
  7858riij 
Marginalia: (1) Passage, (2) Patenmakers, (3) Patentes.
  7958v 
Marginalia: (1) Pellure, (2) Pesson’.
  8059r (male 58r)iiij 
Marginalia: (1) Piers du Royalme, (2) Plegges, (3) Plees, (4) Poyles et mesures.
  8159v (male 58v) 
  8260r (male 59r) 
  8360v (male 59v) 
  8461r (male 60r) 
Marginalia: (1) Power dez Justic’ dassi’ez, (2) Pountes, (3) Prechours, (4) Prendre dez profitz, (5) Prerogatyffs.
  8561v (male 60v) 
  8662r (male 61r) 
Marginalia: (1) Presentementes as Eglises, (2) Privilege, (3) Priorite, (4) Processe.
  8762v (male 61v) 
Marginalia: Proscheins annes.
  8863r (male 62r) 
Marginalia: (1) Proclamacion’, (2) Procureme’tes, (3) Prohibic’on.
  8963v (male 62v) 
Marginalia: Proteccion’.
Note: (1) There are particularly dramatic flourishes in the top margin. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  9064r (male 63r)j 
Marginalia: Provision’.
  9164v (male 63v) 
  9265r (male 64r)ij 
  9365v (male 64v) 
Marginalia: (1) Pullaile, (2) Purpresture, (3) Purveiourz.
  9466r (male 65r)iij 
  9566v (male 65v) 
  9667r (male 66r)Yes 
Note: The lower two-thirds of the page is blank.
  9767v (male 66v) 
Marginalia: (1) Quare impedit, (2) Quarentyne, (3) Quod ei deforceat, (3) Q’d promittat, (4) Rape.
Note: Decorated initial ‘I’ and ‘N’.
  9868r (male 67r) 
Marginalia: Recordez.
  9968v (male 67v) 
Marginalia: (1) Relief, (2) Resonable aide.
  10069r (male 68r) 
Marginalia: (1) Repell’, (2) Replevyn’, (3) Resceit.
Note: Odd flourish in bottom margin.
  10169v (male 68v) 
Marginalia: (1) Residence, (2) Retou’ de vic’ & baill’.
  10270r (male 69r) 
Marginalia: Riottes et routes.
  10370v (male 69v) 
Marginalia: Ryvers.
  10471r (male 70r) 
Marginalia: Robb’iez.
  10571v (male 70v) 
Marginalia: (1) Roigne, (2) Rumperie de Trieux, (3) Sacru’ Regis.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘C’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  10672r (male 71r) 
Marginalia: (1) Sacru’ Justic’, (2) Sansconduites, (3) Seignours, (4) Sercheours, (5) Sergeauntes darmez, (6) Severn’.
  10772v (male 71v) 
Marginalia: (1) Sewers, (2) Soul de ours, (3) Staple.
  10873r (male 72r) 
  10973v (male 72v) 
  11074r (male 73r)j 
  11174v (male 73v) 
  11275r (male 74r) 
Marginalia: Statut’ m’ch’unt’.
  11375v (male 74v) 
Marginalia: (1) Sub pena, (2) Suyte.
  11476r (male 75r)v 
Marginalia: (1) Southwerk, (2) Serche, (3) Tanners, (4) Taxes.
Note: Decorated initial ‘S’.
  11576v (male 75v) 
Marginalia: (1) Temperaltez de Enelqz, (2) Templers, (3) Tesmoignes, (4) Testez dez de’tes, (5) Thro’mez [see AND s.v. trome; OED s.v. thrum], (6) Tollez, (7) Tourne de vic’.
  11677r (male 76r) 
Marginalia: (1) Travers, (2) Treason’.
  11777v (male 76v) 
Marginalia: (1) T’ns [i.e., trans], (2) Triell’, (3) Vacabundez, (4) Waste.
Note: Decorated initial ‘I’.
  11878r (male 77r) 
  11978v (male 77v) 
Marginalia: (1) Waxech’undelers, (2) Vicountz.
  12079r (male 78r) 
  12179v (male 78v) 
Marginalia: (1) Viewe, (2) Viewe de f’unc plegg’.
  12280r (male 79r) 
Marginalia: (1) Villenage, (2) Vinez.
  12380v (male 79v) 
Marginalia: Vitaillers.
  12481r (male 80r) 
Marginalia: (1) Worstede, (2) Voucher’, (3) Wrek, (4) Userie.
  12581v (male 80v) 
Marginalia: Utlagarie.
  12682r (male 81r)Magna Carta, as confirmed 25 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:114–19)Magna carta 
Note: Illuminated initial ‘E’.
  12782v (male 81v)Magna carta 
  12883r (male 82r)Magna carta 
  12983v (male 82v)Forest Charter, as confirmed 25 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:120–2)Carta 
Heading: Incipit Carta Foreste.
Marginalia: datum per manum nostram apud Westm’ 28 die Marcii anno regni nostri 28.
Note: (1) The marginal notes here and at the end the Forest Charter suggest that the author of the notes was thinking that the ‘official’ version of the charters was that issued in conjunction with Articuli super cartas in 1300. (2) Decorated initial ‘E’.
  13084r (male 83r)ForesteYes 
  13184v (male 83v)Provisions of Merton, 20 Hen. 3. (S.R. 1:1–4)Merton’ 
Heading: Provisiones de Merton’.
Marginalia: datum per manum nostram apud Westm’ 28 die Marcii anno regni nostri 28.
Note: (1) See note 1 above at fol. 83v. (2) Decorated initial ‘P’.
  13285r (male 84r)Merton’ 
  13385v (male 84v)Statute of Marlborough, 52 Hen. 3. (S.R. 1:19–25)Marlebrig 
Marginalia: Marginal addition to the text.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  13486r (male 85r)Marlebrig 
  13586v (male 85v)Marlebrig 
  13687r (male 86r)Marlebrig 
  13787v (male 86v)Marlebrig 
  13888r (male 87r)Statute of Gloucester, 6 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:45–50)Marlebrig 
Heading: Incipit statutum Gloucestrie.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  13988v (male 87v)Gloucestr’ 
  14089r (male 88r)Glouc’ 
  14189v (male 88v)(1) ‘Explanation’ of statute of Gloucester, 6 Edw. 1; (2) Statute of Westminster I, 3 Edw. 1 [S.R. (1) 1:50 (2) 1:26–39]Glouc’ 
Heading: (1) Expliciunt statuta Glouc’. Incipiunt explanationes eorundem. (2) Westm’ primu’.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘P’ and ‘C’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  14290r (male 89r)Westm’ prim’ 
  14390v (male 89v)Westm’ 
  14491r (male 1000r)Primu’ 
  14591v (male 1000v)Westm’ 
  14692r (male 101r)Primu’Yes 
  14792v (male 101v)Westm’ 
Note: Another dramatic flourish, this one in the lower margin. Probably not by the main scribe because the ink color and quill width are different. These occur at other places, e.g., fol. 105r, 106r, 112r.
  14893r (male 102r)Primu’ 
  14993v (male 102v)Westm’ 
  15094r (male 103r)Primu’ 
  15194v (male 103v)Westm’ 
  15295r (male 104r)Statute of Westminster II, 13 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:71–95)Primu’ 
Heading: Incipit statut’ Westmonast’ij secundi.
Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
  15395v (male 104v)Westm’ 
  15496r (male 105r)Secund’ 
  15596v (male 105v)Westm’ 
  15697r (male 106r)Secundum 
  15797v (male 106v)Westm’ 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  15898r (male 107r)Secundum 
  15998v (male 107v)Westm’ 
  16099r (male 108r)SecundumYes 
  16199v (male 108v)Westm’ 
  162100r (male 109r)Secundum’(1) Yes (2) Yes  
  163100v (male 109v)Westm’ 
  164101r (male 110r)SecundumYes 
  165101v (male 110v)Westm’ 
  166102r (male 111r)SecundumYes 
  167102v (male 111v)Westm’ 
  168103r (male 112r)Secundum 
  169103v (male 112v)Westm’ 
  170104r (male 113r)Secundum 
  171104v (male 113v)Westm’ 
  172105r (male 114r)SecundumYes 
  173105v (male 114v)(1) Statute of Westminster III, 18 Edw. 1; (2) Statute De viris religiosis, 7 Edw. 1 [S.R. (1) 1:106 (2) 1:51]Westm’ t’cium 
Heading: (1) Lacking. (2) Incipit statutum de religiosis.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘Q’ and ‘D’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  174106r (male 115r)Statute of Fines, 27 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:126–30)Statut’ de finibz 
Heading: Incipit statutum de finibus.
Note: Decorated initial ‘Q’.
  175106v (male 115v)Statute De bigamis, 4 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:42–3)Statut’ 
Heading: Incipit statutum de bigamis.
Note: Decorated initial ‘I’.
  176107r (male 116r)(1) De illis qui debent poni in iuratis et assisis, 21 Edw. 1; (2) Statute of Winchester, 13 Edw. 1 [S.R. (1) 1:113 (2) 1:96–8]De bigamis 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutu’ de jure et recogn’. (2) Incipit statutu’ Winton’.
Note: Decorated initials ‘Q’ and ‘P’.
  177107v (male 116v)Winton’ 
  178108r (male 117r)Statute of Merchants, 13 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:98–100)De m’catoribusYes 
Heading: Incipit statutum de mercatoribz.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  179108v (male 117v)Statut’ 
  180109r (male 118r)Prerogativa regis, temp. incert.. (S.R. 1:226–7)De m’catoribus 
Heading: Incipit statuta prerogativa Regis.
Note: Decorated initial ‘D’.
  181109v (male 118v)Prerogativa 
  182110r (male 119r)(1)Judicium pillorie (pt); (2) Circumspecte agatis, 13 Edw. 1 (pt.1) [S.R. (1) 1:202–204 (2) 1:101–2]De forestall’ 
Heading: (1) Sequit’ de Forestall’. (2) Incipit statutum circumspecte agatis.
Marginalia: (1) vacat quia melius rescribetur in fine statuti incipientis Assisa panis fo. 161.
Note: (1) The first statute to begin on this page is a portion of the Judicium pillorie, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:203–4, the paragraph that begins at the bottom of 1:203). The marginal note is correct. A better version of the text appears as the last paragraph of the statute [Judicium pillorie] that begins on old fol. 161 [153v]. (2) Decorated initials ‘P’ and ‘C’
  183110v (male 119v)Statute of Joint-tenants, 34 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:145–7)Circumspecte agatis 
Heading: Incipit statut’ de coniunct’ feoffat’.
Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
  184111r (male 120r)(1) Statutum De quo warranto novum, 18 Edw. 1; (2) Statutum De quo warranto, 18 Edw. 1 [S.R. (1) 1:107 (2) 1:107]De coniunctim feoffat’ 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutu’ secundum de quo Waranto. (2) Statutum terciu’ de quo Waranto.
Note: (1) Like MS 184, this manuscript thinks in terms of three statutes de quo warranto. The first is presumably the preamble to the statute of Gloucester, though it is not here so called. Curiously this manuscript has the order of the other two statutes reversed, calling what is presumed to be third in chronological order (called ‘novum’ in S.R.) ‘secundum’ and the second ‘tercium’. (2) Decorated initials ‘D’ and ‘Q’.
  185111v (male 120v)Circumspecte agatis, 13 Edw. 1 (pt. 2). (S.R. 1:101–2)De quo warranto 
Heading: Incipit de regia prohibicione.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘S’. (2) Statute divided into two sections.
  186112r (male 121r)(1) Statutum de proteccionibus non allocatis, temp. incert.; (2) Statutum de appellatis, 28 Edw. 1; (3) Statutum de wardis et releviis, temp. incert. [S.R. (1) 1:217 (2) 1:141 (3) 1:228]De protecc’o’ibus 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutum de proteccionibus. (2) Incipit statutum de appellatis. (3) de Wardis et relevijs.
Note: Decorated initials ‘P’, ‘C’, and ‘V’.
  187112v (male 121v)Statutum de escaetoribus, 29 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:142–3)De wardis et relevijs 
Heading: Incipit statutum de escaetoribus.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  188113r (male 122r)(1) Statute of Sheriffs, 9 Edw. 2, stat. 2; (2) Statute of conspirators, temp. incert. [S.R. (1) 1:174–5 (2) 1:216] 
Heading: (1) Statutu’ lincoln’ de vic’. (2) Incipiu’t statut’ champert’.
Note: Decorated initials ‘P’ and ‘C’.
  189113v (male 122v)(1) Statutum de militibus, temp. incert.; (2) Statute of Northampton, 2 Edw. 3 [S.R. (1) 1:229 (2) 1:257–61]De champt’ 
Heading: (1) Incipit statut’ de militibus. (2) Incipit statutum northampton.
Note: Decorated initials ‘R’ and ‘N’(2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  190114r (male 123r)Northampton 
  191114v (male 123v)Northampton 
  192115r (male 124r)Northampton’ 
  193115v (male 124v)4 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:261–5) 
Heading: Statutu’ Westm’ anno iiijto.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  194116r (male 125r)Westm’ quartu’ 
  195116v (male 125v)Westm’ quartum 
  196117r (male 126r)Westm’ quartum 
  197117v (male 126v)1 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:255–7)Westm’ quartum 
Heading: Statutum de alhonour de dieu anno primo.
Marginalia: vacat statutum istud quod rescribitur fo. 206 viz. anno primo Edwardi tercii.
Note: (1) The marginal note is correct and refers to fol. 206v in the old numbering [187v] and what seems to be an appendix of Edward 3 items. (2) Decorated initial ‘A’.
  198118r (male 127r)Anno primo 
  199118v (male 127v)5 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:265–9)Anno primo 
Heading: Incipit Westm’ quintum.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  200119r (male 128r)Westm’ quintum 
  201119v (male 128v)Westm’ 
  202120r (male 129r)quintum 
  203120v (male 129v)9 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:269–72) 
Heading: Incipit statutum eboraci.
Marginalia: vacat quia rescribitur inter nova statuta anno 9o E3 fo. 219.
Note: (1) Despite what the marginal note says, this statute is not found at old fol. 219. It is, however, found at old fol. 215 [196r]. (2) Decorated initial ‘C’.
  204121r (male 129r)Eborac’ 
  205121v (male 129v)10 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:275)Statut’ 
Heading: Statutu’ Westm’ anno decimo.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘P’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  206122r (male 130r)anno xmoYes 
  207122v (male 131v)Statutum de illis qui debent poni in iuratis et assisis, 21 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:113)Anno v.mo 
Heading: Incipit de [begin superscript]recogn’ &[end superscript] ponend’ in assis’.
Note: Decorated initial ‘Q’.
  208123r (male 130v)De magnis assisis et duellis, temp. incert.. (S.R. 1:218)De ponendo in assisis 
Heading: Incipit de magna assisa eligenda.
Note: (1) There is considerable difference in wording from that given in S.R., but the substance seems to be the same. (2) Decorated initial ‘E’.
  209123v (male 131v)Articuli cleri, 9 Edw. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:171–4) 
Heading: Incipiu’t articuli cleri.
Note: (1) The heading is in the header position. (2) Decorated initial ‘R’. (3) Marginal correction in different hand.
  210124r (male 132r)Articuli cleri 
  211124v (male 132v)Articuli cleri 
  212125r (male 133r)Articuli super cartas, 28 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:136–41)Articuli sup’ cartas 
Heading: Incipiunt articuli super cartas.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  213125v (male 133v)Articuli sup’ cartas 
  214126r (male 134r)Articuli sup’ cartas 
  215126v (male 134v)Articuli sup’ cartas 
  216127r (male 135r)Modus calumpniandi essoniam, temp. incert.. (S.R. 1:217–18)Articuli sup’ cartas 
Heading: Incipit de esson’ calumpniandi.
Note: Decorated initial ‘D’.
  217127v (male 135v)(1) Dies communes in banco, temp. incert.; (2) Dies communes de dote, temp. incert. [S.R. (1) 1:306 (2) 1:208]De esson’ calumpniandi 
Heading: (1) Explicit de esson’ calumpniandi. Et incipiu’t dies co’munes in banco. (2) Explici’nt dies co’es in banco. Et incipiunt dies — in dote.
  218128r (male 136r)(1) View of frankpledge, temp. incert.; (2) Officium coronatoris, 4 Edw. 1 [S.R. (1) 1:246–7 (2) 1:40–1] 
Heading: (1) Explici’nt dies co’es in dote. Sequitur visus franciplegij. (2) Explicit visus franc’pleg’. Incipit de officio c’oro natoris et huiusmodi.
Note: Decorated initials ‘P’ and ‘I’.
  219128v (male 136v)Officiu’ coronatori’ 
  220129r (male 137r)Tractatus de antiquo dominico. (Not in S.R.) 
Heading: Explicit officiu’ coronatoris. Et incipit de antiquo dominico corone.
Note: (1) The tractatus or statutum de antiquo dominco seems to have had its origins as a counsel’s opinion. It is edited by Horwood in Y.B. 20 & 21 Edw. 1 (R.S. 31) p. xviii-xix. (2) Decorated initial ‘L’.
  221129v (male 137v)Articles of inquiry, 2 Edw. 1. (Not in S.R.) 
Heading: Explicit de antiquo d’nico corone. Sequntur nova pl’ita corone tempore pacis.
Note: (1) There are various versions of these articles. One is published in the Rotuli hundredorum from the Patent Rolls, another is edited from a Rawlinson manuscript in the Twiss edition of Bracton (R.S.), vol. 2, App. I, p. 585–94. Which of these texts it is, or whether it is another version, needs exploration. (2) Decorated initial ‘Q’. (3) Carryover indicating quire break.
  222130r (male 138r)Pl’ita corone 
  223130v (male 138v)Pl’ita corone 
  224131r (male 139r)Pl’ita corone 
  225131v (male 139v)(1) Assize of bread and ale, temp. incert. (pt.); (2) Assize of bread and ale, temp. incert. (pt.) [S.R. (1) 1:199–200 (2) 1:200] 
Heading: (1) Expliciu’t nova capitula in itinere. Et incipit assisa panis et servisie. (2) Explicit assisa panis & servisie. Incipit lucru’ pistoris.
Note: Decorated initials ‘Q’ and ‘E’.
  226132r (male 140r)(1) Assize of bread and ale, temp. incert. (pt.); (2) Modus exceptionum; (3) Statute of weights and measures, temp. incert.; (4) ‘Statutes of the Exchequer’, temp. incert [S.R. (1) 1:200 (2) Not in S.R. (3) 1:204) – 219 (bis) (4) 1:197 (semel) – (ter)] 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutum de servisia. (2) Explicit statutum servisie. Incip’ Quot modis d’r excepcio. (3) Incipit compositio’ monete. (4) Incipit statutum de sc’c’io.
Note: (1) Just the paragraph that fixes the price of ale. (2) This tract appears in a number of ‘statute books’ and elsewhere. See the extensive list given in Baker, Catalogue of Cambridge Legal Manuscripts 96–7, to which add this example. It has not, so far as we aware, been edited. (3) Just the initial paragraph.
  227132v (male 140v)Statutum Sc’c’ij 
  228133r (male 141r)Statutu’ sc’c’ijp iiij 
  229133v (male 141v)(1) Districtiones scaccarii, temp. incert.; (2) Early case report (1268) with memorandum [S.R. (1) 1:197 (ter) – 198 (2) Not in S.R.] 
Heading: (1) Explicit statutum Scaccarij. Et incipit districciones cuisdem. (2) Expliciunt districciones Sc’c’ij. Et incipit statutum Suthampton’.
Note: (1) As Brand pointed out to us, the early case report is edited in Brand, Early English Law Reports 1:1*, from a Huntington manuscript also of the 15th century. It can confidently be identified to October of 1268 and the chief justice is Martin of Littlebury, thus making it the earliest known English law report. The Huntington manuscript ends at the first blue paragraph mark on the first page. The considerable elaboration that follows thereafter covers a wide range of issues, apparently suggested by the case, and may not be contemporary with the case. (2) Decorated initial ‘P’.
  230134r (male 142r)Statut’ Suthampton’ 
Note: Decorated initial ‘I’.
  231134v (male 142v)Suthampton’ 
  232135r (male 143r)Suthampton’ 
  233135v (male 143v)Suthampton’ 
  234136r (male 144r)Statutum de iusticiis assignandis, quod vocatur Rageman, 4 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:44) 
Heading: (1) Explicit statutum de suthampton. Et incipit statutum vocat’ Raggeman. (2) Explicit statutum Raggeman.
  235136v (male 144v)(1) Statutum de moneta, temp. incert.; (2) Statutum de anno et die, 40 Hen. 3; (3) Circumspecte agatis, 13 Edw. 1 (pt.) [S.R. (1) 1:219 (semel) – 219 (bis) (2) 1:7 (3) 1:101] 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutum de moneta. (2) Explicit statutum de moneta. Et incipit de anno et die bisextili. (3) Explicit statutum de anno et die. Et incipit statutum vocat’ Sub qua forma.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘E’, ‘E’, and ‘S’. (2) The third item is the third paragraph in S.R. 1:101. Our text, though it is in Latin, follows that of the translation rather than that of the Latin.
  236137r (male 145r)De bigamis, 4 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:42–3) 
Heading: Explicit sub qua forma. Et incipit statutum de cartis iudicandis.
Note: Decorated initial ‘D’.
  237137v (male 145v)De cartis iudicandis 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  238138r (male 146r)De cartis iudicandis 
  239138v (male 146v)(1) Articles of inquiry on the statute of Winchester, temp. incert.; (2) Statutum de homagio et fidelitate faciendis, temp. incert. (pt.); (3) Statutum de homagio et fidelitate faciendis, temp. incert. (pt.) [S.R. (1) 1:245–6 (2) 1:227–8 (3) 1:227–8]Articuli statutor’ Winton 
Heading: (1) Explicit de cartis iudicandis. Et incipit articuli statutorum Wynton’. (2) Expliciunt articuli staturoru’ Winton’. Et incipit modus faciendi homag’. (3) De fidelitate.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘M’, ‘Q’, and ‘Q’. (2) De homagio et fidelitate is divided into two sections: de homagio and de fidelitate.
  240139r (male 147r)(1) Statutum de admensuratione terre, temp. incert.; (2) De averiis imparcatis; (3) Statute of amortising lands, 20 Edw. 1 [S.R. (1) 1:206–7 (2) Not in S.R. (3) 1:111] 
Heading: (1) Explicit modus fac’ fidelit’. Et incipit modus admensurandi terram. (2) Explicit modus admensurandi t’ra’. Et incipit statut’ de averijs imp’catis. (3) Explicit statut’ de av’ijs imp’catis. Incipit de t'ris amortizandis.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘P’ and ‘Q’ . (2) We have not found the brief statement of the law called ‘De averiis imparcatis’ anyplace else. It reads in full: ‘Quod quilibet liber homo habeat ingressum et egressum sine aliquo dando ad averia sua ?placitanda quacumque occasione sunt imparcata de suo proprio pascendo et quod averia illa non vendantur aliqua occasione infra xv dies a tempore capcionis’. The same principle, but not the same language, is found in the chapters in eyre printed in the Liber Custumarum in Munimenta Gilhallae Londoniensis (R.S.) vol. 2, p. 361, where it is attributed to 14 Edw. 2. The Liber cites Westminster I as its authority. Chapter 17 of that statute is the only possible one that they could be thinking of, and to say that this is a broad interpretation of that chapter would be charitable.
  241139v (male 147v)Statutum de malefactoribus in parcis, 21 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:111–12)De t’ris amortizand’ 
Heading: Explicit statut’ de t’ris amort’. Et incipit de malefactoribus in parcis.
Note: Decorated initials ‘F’ and ‘U’.
  242140r (male 148r)(1) Statutum de frangentibus prisonam, 23 Edw. 1; (2) Statute of Conspirators, temp. incert. (pt.); (3) Ordinatio de conspiratoribus, 33 Edw. 1 [S.R. (1) 1:113 (2) 1:216 (3) 1:145] 
Heading: (1) Explicit de malefactoribus in parcis. Et incipit de frangentibus prisonam. (2) Explicit de frangentibus prisonam. Et incipit de officio conspiratorum. (3) Explicit de officio conspirac’onis. Et incipit statutum de conspiratoribus.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘D’, ‘D’, and ‘C’. (2) The second item is the second paragraph of the statute in S.R.
  243140v (male 148v)(1) Statutum De consultacione, 18 Edw. 1; (2) Statute of Joint-Tenants, 34 Edw. 1 (pt.); (3) Ordinatio de inquisicionibus, 33 Edw. 1 [S.R. (1) 1:108 (2) 1:147 (3) 1:143] 
Heading: (1) Explicit statutum de conspiratoribus. Et incipit statutum de consultac’onibus. (2) Explicit de consultacionibus. Et incipit Statutu’ Indicavit. (3) Explicit Statutu’ Indicavit. Et incipit de inquisic’ calumpniandi.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘C’, ‘Q’, and ‘D’. (2) The second item is at the end of the statute in S.R.
  244141r (male 149r)(1) Statute De presentibus vocatis ad warrantum, 20 Edw. 1; (2) Provisions made in the Exchequer, 12 Edw. 1 [S.R. (1) 1:108–9 (2) 1:69–70] 
Heading: (1) Explicit statut’ de inquis’ calumpn’. Et incipit statutum de vocatis ad warantizand’. (2) Explicit statut’ de vocat’ ad warant’. Et incipit statutum de Rotelande.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘C’ and ‘E’. (2) As S.R. indicates, there is considerable variation in the title and date of the second item. The version given here is tested at Rutland, 23 May, in year 10.
  245141v (male 149v) 
  246142r (male 150r)Statute of Westminster IV, 14 Edw. 2. (S.R. 1:180–1) 
Heading: Explicit statutum de Rotel’. Et incipit statutum de attinctis.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’ .
  247142v (male 150v)Statute De defensione iuris, 20 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:110)De attinctis 
Heading: Explicit Statutum de attinctis. Et incipit statutum de defensione iuris.
Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
  248143r (male 151r)Statuta de sacramento ministrorum Regis, temp. incert.. (S.R. 1:232) 
Heading: Explicit statutum de defensione iuris. Et incipit statutum Itineris.
Note: Decorated initial ‘S’.
  249143v (male 151v)(1) Modus levandi fines, temp. incert.; (2) Distinctiones socagii [S.R. (1) 1:214 (2) Not in S.R.] 
Heading: (1) Explicit statutu’ de itinere. Et incipit modus levandi fines. (2) Explicit modus levandi fines. Et incipit statutum de socagio.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘Q’ and ‘N’. (2) The tract on socage appears in a number of ‘statute books’ and elsewhere. See the extensive list given in Baker, Catalogue of Cambridge Legal Manuscripts, 97, to which add this example.
  250144r (male 152r)(1) De catallis felonum, temp. incert.; (2) Tractatus de homagio [S.R. (1) 1:230 (2) Not in S.R] 
Heading: (1) Explicit de socagio. Et Incipit de catallis felonium. (2) Explicit de catallis felonium. Et incipit tractatus de homagio.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘R’ and ‘P’. (2) The second item is not De homagio et fidelitate faciendis, temp. incert., S.R. 1:227, all the texts of which that we have seen are in French. This is a tractatus on the topic of homage in Latin, which seems to be quite rare (not in Baker, Catalogue of Cambridge Legal Manuscripts). BL Lansdowne 467, p. 385 (no. 68) has an item with the same title.
  251144v (male 152v)Statutum de tallagio, 25 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:125)De homagio 
Heading: Explicit de homag’. Et incipit de talliagijs.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  252145r (male 153r)(1) Statutum de iusticiariis assignatis, 21 Edw. 1; (2) Statutum de illis qui debent poni in iuratis et assisis, 21 Edw. 1 [S.R. (1) 1:112 (2) 1:113] 
Heading: (1) Explicit statutum de talliagijs. Incipit de Justic’ assignat’ ad assicis etc. capiend’. (2) Explicit de Justic’ assign’. Incipit Statutum de Jurat’.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘C’ and ‘P’. (2) The text of De illis qui debent poni is in French here, in Latin in S.R.
  253145v (male 153v)(1) Judicium pillorie, temp. incert.; (2) Ordinatio foreste, 34 Edw. 1 (pt.) [S.R. (1) 1:201–2 (2) 1:147–9] 
Heading: (1) Explicit statutum de iuratoribus. Et incipit iudicium pillorie. (2) Explicit iudiciu’ pillorie. Incipit ordinacio Foreste.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘E’ and ‘I’. (2) The version of the forest ordinance of 34 Edw. 1 here lacks the preamble found in S.R. (3) Carryover indicating quire break.
  254146r (male 154r)Ordinatio foreste, 33 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:144)Ordinacio foreste 
Heading: Explicit ordinac’o foreste. Incipit declaracio foreste.
Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
  255146v (male 154v)Consuetudines et assise de foresta, temp. incert.. (S.R. 1:243–5) 
Heading: Explicit declaracio foreste. Incipit assisa Foreste.
Note: Decorated initial ‘S’.
  256147r (male 155r)Assisa foreste 
  257147v (male 155v)Ordinatio foreste, 34 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:147–9) 
Heading: Explicit assisa foreste. Incipit statutu’ de foresta novum sive addicio de foresta.
Note: (1) Includes the preamble. (2) Decorated initial ‘R’
  258148r (male 156r) 
  259148v (male 156v)(1) Sentencia lata super confirmatione cartarum, 25 Edw. 1; (2) Statutum de finibus et attornatis, temp. incert. [S.R. (1) 1:126 (2) 1:215] 
Heading: (1) Explicit statutum de foresta novu’ sive addic’o de foresta. Incipit sentancia facta sup’ confirmacione cartarum. (2) Incipit statutum de attorn’ in finibus.
Note: Decorated initials ‘E’ and ‘R’.
  260149r (male 157r)Statute of Exeter, temp. incert. (pt.). (S.R. 1:210–12)De attorn’ in finibz 
Heading: Incipit statutum Exon’ de inquisic’ fc’a super coronat’.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  261149v (male 157v) 
  262150r (male 158r)Statute of Exeter, temp. incert. (pt.). (S.R. 1:210–12) 
Heading: Incipiunt articuli super precedens statutum Exonie.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  263150v (male 158v)Exonie 
  264151r (male 159r)Ariticle on the statute of Gloucester, 9 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:52)Exonie 
Heading: Articulus statuti Glouc’ correctus pro civibus London’ de forincesis [i.e., forinsecis] vocat’ ad warantum in hustingo London Anno dni’ Regis E filij Regis E nono.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  265151v (male 159v)Statute of York, 12 Edw. 2. (S.R. 1:177–9) 
Heading: Incipit statutum Edwardi Secundi apud ebor’ edit’ anno regni sui duodecimo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  266152r (male 160r) 
  267152v (male 160v)Juramentum vicecomitis. (Not in S.R.)Ebor’ 
Heading: Incipit iuramentum vicecomitis.
Note: (1) This is not the text of the oath of the sheriff found in Statutum super vicecomitem et clericos suos, temp. incert. S.R.1:213. This text is also found in CCCC 482, p. 323. (2) Decorated initial ‘U’.
  268153r (male 161r)Statutum de pistoribus, temp. incert.. (S.R. 1:202–4)Iuramentu’ vic’ 
Heading: Incipit statutum de pistoribus et brasiatoribus et aliis vitellarijs et de ulnis et bussellis et de forestall’ijs.
Marginalia: Nota pro tolneto molendini.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘A’. (2) The marginal note is opposite the portion of the statute that deals with tolls of mills.
  269153v (male 161v)Judicium pillorie, temp. incert.. (S.R. 1:201–2)De pistoribus & brasiatoribz 
Heading: De iudicio pillorie incipit statutum.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘S’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  270154r (male 162r)Extenta manerii, temp. incert.. (S.R. 1:242–3)f j 
Heading: Incipit extenta manerij.
  271154v (male 162v)Extent’ man’ij 
Note: (1) Header in different hand/ink. (2) Decorated initial ‘I’.
  272155r (male 163r)Statute of Carlisle, 35 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:150–2)Extenta manerijf ij 
Heading: Incipit statutu’ de asportat’ Relig’ Anno regis edwardi primi xxxvto.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  273155v (male 163v)De asportat Religios’ 
  274156r (male 164r)(1) Statute of gavelet in London, temp. incert.; (2) Statute of conspirators, temp. incert. [S.R. (1) 1:222 (2) 1:216]f iij 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutum de Gavelette. (2) Incipit statutum de campy parte.
Note: Decorated initials ‘P’ and ‘C’.
  275156v (male 164v)(1) De tenentibus per legem Anglie, temp. incert.; (2) Modus exceptionum; (3) Statute of weights and measures, temp. incert. (pt.) [S.R. (1) 1:220 (2) Not in S.R. (3) 1:204–5] 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutu’ de tenentibus per legem anglie etc. (2) Incipit diffinicio de excepcione. (3) Incipit composicio de ponderibus.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘C’, ‘N’, and ‘N’. (2) For the Modus exceptionum, see fol. 132r. The difference in titles is probably what led to its duplication here, and the duplication shows that the scribe, or one of his predecessors, was working from at least two different sources.
  276157r (male 165r)Statuta armorum, temp. incert.. (S.R. 1:230–1)De ponderibusf iiij 
Heading: Incipit statutum armatorum.
Note: (1) The text here of the Statuta armorum differs from that in S.R. but the substance is the same. (2) Decorated initial ‘A’.
  277157v (male 165v)Exposicio vocabulorum. (Not in S.R.) 
Heading: Incipit exposicio vocabulorum.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘S’. (2) This item would seem to be related to, if it is not the same as, the text that is printed in Cartularies of St. Mary’s Abbey Dublin, ed. John T. Gilbert, Rolls Series (London 1884), 1:375–7. See Baker, Catalogue of Cambridge Legal Manuscripts, xxxvi n.
  278158r (male 166r) 
  279158v (male 166v)(1) Statute of Waste, 20 Edw. 1; (2) Statutum Hibernie de coheredibus, 20 Hen. 3 [S.R. (1) 1:113 (2) 1:5] 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutu’ de accione vasti facti tempor’ alieno etc. (2) Incipit statutum hibernie de cohered’ de homagijs particip’ etc.
Note: Decorated initial ‘W’.
  280159r (male 167r)(1) De proteccionibus non allocandis, temp. incert.; (2) Statute of Westminster IV, 14 Edw. 2 [S.R. (1) 1:271 (2) 1:180–1] 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutum de protectionibus revocandis. (2) Incipit statut’ Westm’ quart’ de vicecom’ et alijs de viridi cera.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘R’ and ‘P’. (2) The second item would seem to be duplicated above, fol. 142r, with a different title.
  281159v (male 167v) 
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  282160r (male 168r)Statute of Gloucester, 6 Edw. 3, preamble. (S.R. 1:45–7) 
Heading: Incipit statutum de quo waranto magnu’ alia.
Note: (1) The text of the statute is in Latin rather than in the French of S.R. See the note in S.R. (2) Decorated initial ‘A’.
  283160v (male 168v)Confirmatio cartarum, 25 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:122–4) 
Heading: Incipit confirmacio Cartarum de lib’tatibus [cont’d on next page].
  284161r (male 169r) 
Heading: [cont’d from previous page] Anglie et foreste anno [vicesimo] quinto Regni Regis Edwardi primi etc.
  285161v (male 169v)Sentencia lata super Cartas. (S.R. 1:6) 
Heading: Incipit sentencia lata super cartas.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘A’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  286162r (male 170r)(1) Statutum de visu terre et essonio et de servicio domini Regis, temp. incert; (2) Statutum de moneta parvum, temp. incert. [S.R. (1) 1:218 (2) 1:220]g j 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutu’ de visu t’re & de esson’ de servicio domum Regis. (2) Incipit statutu’ de moneta parvu’ & magnu’.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘U’ and ‘E’. (2) Despite what the heading says this is the Statutum de moneta parvum; the magnum follows on the next page
  287162v (male 170v)Statutum de moneta, temp. incert.. (S.R. 1:219 (semel) – 219 (bis)) 
Heading: Incipit statutum de moneta magnum.
Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
  288163r (male 171r)(1) Articuli monete, temp. incert.; (2) Les noveles ordenances, 5 Edw. 2, preamble [S.R. (1) 1:219 (bis) (2) 1:157–58] 
Heading: (1) Incipiunt articuli de moneta. (2) Incipit commissio super ordinaciones novas.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘S’ and ‘E’. (2) The text of the ‘Commission’ differs somewhat from the text as it appears in S.R., but most of the language is the same. What it makes clear, as the S.R. does not, is that this is a separate document with its own dating clause, which is then largely repeated without the dating clause in the Ordinances themselves.
  289163v (male 171v)Les noveles ordenances, 5 Edw. 2. (S.R. 1:157–68) 
Heading: Incipiunt ordinaciones nove.
Note: (1) See the note immediately above. (2) Decorated initial ‘E’.
  290164r (male 172r)g iij 
  291164v (male 172v) 
  292165r (male 173r) 
  293165v (male 173v) 
  294166r (male 174r) 
  295166v (male 174v) 
  296167r (male 175r) 
  297167v (male 175v) 
  298168r (male 176r) 
  299168v (male 176v) 
  300169r (male 177r) 
  301169v (male 177v) 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  302170r (male 178r)Chapters in eyre, temp. incert. (pt.). (S.R. 1:233–8) 
Heading: Incipiunt capitula itin’is que tangu’t coronam.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘D’. (2) The way the chapters are divided is clear enough from the headings.
  303170v (male 178v)Chapters in eyre, temp. incert. (pt.). (S.R. 1:233–8) 
Heading: Incipiu’t capitula de parvis ballivis et eorum subditis in itinerere.
Note: Decorated initial ‘D’.
  304171r (male 179r)Chapters in eyre, temp. incert. (pt.). (S.R. 1:233–8) 
Heading: Adhuc de capitulis coram Justic’ itineratibus.
Note: Decorated initial ‘D’.
  305171v (male 179v) 
  306172r (male 180r) 
  307172v (male 180v)Revocacio novarum ordinationum, 15 Edw. 2. (S.R. 1:189–90) 
Heading: Expliciunt capitula in itin’e que tangu’t coronam. Incipit adnullacio novarum ordinacionu’ anno regni regis E ijdi xvmo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
  308173r (male 181r)(1) Statutum super apportamento armorum, 7 Edw. 2; (2) Statutum de terris Templariorum, 17 Edw. 2, stat. 2 [S.R. (1) 1:170 (2) 1:194–6] 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutum de defenc’one portandi arma. (2) Incipit statutum de t’r’ templar’ anno regni regis Edwardi secundi xvijmo.
Note: Decorated initials ‘E’ and ‘R’.
  309173v (male 181v) 
  310174r (male 182r)Ordinatio de statu terre Hibernie, 17 Edw. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:193–4) 
Heading: Incipit ordinacio pro statu t’re hibernie.
Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
  311174v (male 182v) 
  312175r (male 183r)(1) 7 Edw. 2 (pt.); (2) 7 Edw. 2 (pt.) [S.R. (1) 1:169 (2) 1:170] 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutum de capcione & morte petri de Gaveston. (2) Ne quis occ’one’ur pro r’dditu pet’ de Gaveston.
Note: Decorated initials ‘E’ and ‘E’.
  313175v (male 183v)(1) Compositio ulnarum et perticarum, temp. incert; (2) Ordinatio de inquisicionibus, 33 Edw. 1; (3) Statutum pro clero inviolabiliter observando, 10 Edw. 2 [S.R. (1) 1:206 n (2) 1:143 (3) 1:175–6] 
Heading: (1) Incipit composicio ulnarum et particar’. (2) Incipit statutum de Inquisic’o’ibus pro domino Rege capiend’. (3) Incipit l’ra patens sup’ prisis bonor’ cleri.
Note: (1) The identification of the third item is clear, but the heading suggests that it may have been confused with De prisis iniustis non capiendis a viris ecclesiasticis, 2 Edw. 1, S.R. 1:153–4. (2) Decorated initials ‘O’, ‘D’, and ‘R’
  314176r (male 184r) 
  315176v (male 184v)(1) Statutum De consultacione, 18 Edw. 1; (2) Statutum de forma mittendi extractas ad scaccarium, 16 Edw. 2 [S.R. (1) 1:108 (2) 1:190–2] 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutu’ de regia phibic’one & co’sultacione. (2) Incipit statutu’ de forma mittendi extract’ ad Sc’c’iu.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘C’ and ‘L’. (2) The first item would seem to duplicate an item found at fol. 140v.
  316177r (male 185r) 
  317177v (male 185v) 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  318178r (male 186r)Exilium Hugonis le Despenser patris et filii, 15 Edw. 2. (S.R. 1:181–4) 
Heading: Exiliu’ hugonis le despenser p’ris x filij.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  319178v (male 186v) 
  320179r (male 187r)Yes 
  321179v (male 187v)Ne quis occasionetur in posecucione hugonis le despenser patris et filij. (Not in S.R.) 
Heading: Ne quis occ’onetur pro felonijs seu t’nsgr’ssionibus f’c’is in p’secucione hugonis le despenser p’ris et filij.
Note: (1) This is not 1 Edw. 3, stat. 1, c. 1–3, but it is related to it. It is also related to the text that is found in HLS MS 170, fol. 33r–35r and below at 186v. They have similar incipits and both concern the Despensers, but they are not the same text. This text needs to be checked against the petitions in that parliament printed in PROME and the reversal of the proceedings against Thomas of Lancaster calendared in CalCloseR 1327, 133. (2) Decorated initial ‘C’.
  322180r (male 188r)Forma cartarum [prosequentibus] Hugonem le despenser patrem et filium concessarum. (S.R. 1:187 n) 
Heading: Forma cartar’ hug’ le despenser p’rem et fil’ concess’.
Note: The syntax of the heading is confused; we can make sense of it if we supply ‘prosequentibus’ before ‘Hugonem’ and make it conform to the title printed in S.R. 187 n. The document is undated, but the fact the Roger Damory is mentioned as if he were still alive suggests a date earlier than 1327 for this document. The document printed in S.R. 1:187 n, which largely conforms to this one, would seem to be the skeleton of the charters of pardon of August 1321 calendared in Cal. Pat. R. 1321–4, p. 15.
  323180v (male 188v)Distinctiones socagii (Not in S.R.) 
Heading: Incipit distinctio de socagio.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘E’ and ‘S’. (2) The Distinctiones would seem to duplicate those found on fol. 143v.
  324181r (male 189r)(1) De warrantia carte; (2) Cf. Consuetudines Cantiae, temp. incert. [S.R. (1) Not in S.R. (2) 1:223–5] 
Heading: (1) Incipit tractatus de warantia carte. (2) Incipiunt constituciones kancie.
Note: (1) Baker Catalogue of Cambridge Legal Manuscripts p. 557 notes that De warrantia carte appears in 7 manuscripts, to which add this one. (2) The text of the Consuetudines Kancie is not the same as that in S.R., and it is dated at Canterbury in 16th year of a King Edward. (3) Decorated initial ‘D’.
  325181v (male 189v) 
Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
  326182r (male 200r) 
  327182v (male 200v)Statute of York, 12 Edw. 2. (S.R. 1:177–9) 
Heading: Incipit statutum de eboraco primo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  328183r (male 201r) 
  329183v (male 201v)Statute of Sheriffs, 9 Edw. 2, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:174–5) 
Heading: Incipit statutum de vicecomitibz eligend’.
Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
  330184r (male 202r)(1) Statuta de sacramento ministrorum Regis, temp. incert.; (2) Prohibitio formata de statuto articuli cleri, temp. incert. [S.R. (1) 1:232 (2) 1:209] 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutum de sacramento Regis. (2) Incipit q’dam prohibicio format’ de statut’ articuli cleri.
Note: Decorated initials ‘C’ and ‘E’.
  331184v (male 202v) 
  332185r (male 204r)1 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:251–4)Anno primo regni Regis Edwardi tercij 
Note: Illuminated initial ‘C’.
  333185v (male 204v)Anno primo 
  334186r (male 205r)Edwardi tercij 
  335186v (male 205v)Concerning the Despensers. (Not in S.R.)Anno Primo 
Heading: Aliud statutu’ apud Westm’ editum eod’m anno.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘C’. (2) This text is related to 1 Edw. 3, stat. 1, c. 1–3, but it is not the same text, nor is it the same text, though it is related to, the text found above at fol. 179v. It seems to be a somewhat more corrupt version of the text that appears in HLS MS 170, fol. 33r–34v. The incipit of the text in MS 170 reads: ‘Come nadgars en temps le Roy E. fitz le Roy E. fitz le Roy H. plusours gentz de la Roialme dengl’ sur meteront a Hugh le Despens’ le piere [et] Hugh le despenser le fitz plusours melveistes [AND malveisté, evil, wickedness] par enquests countre lestat de Roy supradit et de sa Crone’. The incipit here leaves out ‘fitz le Roy E.’ (making hash of the chronology), ‘surmeteront’, and ‘enquest’. The Explicit of MS 170 (fol. 34v) reads: ‘tous tieux trespasses enemyes felonies desobeissances et rebelliouns soient quites par cest accorde assent et estatt a touz iours’. That in MS 10 is the same with minor spelling variations; the word following ‘et’ is blurred but is probably ‘statut’. This text is not found in so many words, in the petitions in that parliament printed in PROME, nor is it the text of reversal of the proceedings against Thomas of Lancaster calendared in CalCloseR 1327, 133.
  336187r (male 206r)Edwardi tercij 
  337187v (male 206v)1 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:255–7) 
Heading: Aliud statutum apud Westm’ editum eodem anno.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  338188r (male 207r)Edwardi tercij 
  339188v (male 207v)Anno primo 
  340189r (male 208r)Statute of Northampton, 2 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:257–61) 
Heading: Incipit statutum apud Northampton editu’ anno s’c’do.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  341189v (male 208v)Anno Secundo 
  342190r (male 209r) 
  343190v (male 209v)Anno Secundo 
  344191r (male 210r)4 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:261–5)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Statutum editum apud Westm’ anno quarto.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘A’. (2) Header in different hand/ink.
  345191v (male 210v)Anno quarto 
  346192r (male 211r)Edwardi tercij 
  347192v (male 211v)Anno quarto 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  348193r (male 212r)5 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:265–9)Edwardi iij. r Anno quinto eiusde’ Regis 
Heading: Statutum editum apud Westmonast’iu’ anno quinto.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  349193v (male 212v)Anno quinto 
  350194r (male 213r)Edwardi tercij 
  351194v (male 213v)Anno quinto 
  352195r (male 214r)9 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:273–4)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Statutu’ editu’ apud Ebor’ Anno nono.
Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
  353195v (male 214v)Anno nono 
  354196r (male 215r)9 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:269–72)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Aliud Statutum eodem anno editum.
Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
  355196v (male 215v)Anno nono 
  356197r (male 216r) 
  357197v (male 216v)10 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:275)Anno nono 
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘P’. (2) The decorated initial begins a text without a heading.
  358198r (male 217r)10 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:276–8)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: De eodem anno.
Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
  359198v (male 217v)10 Edw. 3, stat. 3. (S.R. 1:278–80)Anno decimo 
Heading: Ordinaunces des deux cours eodem anno.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘P’. (2) The heading is, perhaps, taken from the next item, but there is no doubt that the text is 10 Edw. 3, stat. 3.
  360199r (male 218r)Writ to the earl of Lincoln, tested at Westminster [year 10]. (Not in S.R.)Edward tercij 
Heading: Aliud statutum eodem anno editum.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘R’. This may be related to 10 Edw. 3, stat. 2, but it is not the implementing writ found in S.R. 1:278. Need to check PROME.
  361199v (male 218v)11 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:280–1)Anno decimo 
Heading: Incipit statutum editum apud Westmonasterium anno undecimo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  362200r (male 219r)14 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:281–9)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Statutum editum apud Westm’ anno q’’rtodecimo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  363200v (male 219v)Anno quartodecimo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  364201r (male 220r)Edwardi tercij 
  365201v (male 220v)Anno quarto decimo 
  366202r (male 221r)Edwardi tercij 
  367202v (male 221v)Anno quartodecimo 
  368203r (male 222r)Edwardi tercij 
  369203v (male 222v)Anno quartodecimo 
  370204r (male 223r)Edwardi tercij 
  371204v (male 223v)Anno quarto decimo 
  372205r (male 224r)Edwardi tercij 
  373205v (male 224v)Anno quarto decimo 
  374206r (male 225r)14 Edw. 3, stat. 3. (S.R. 1:292)Edwardi tercij 
Marginalia: Incipit prerogativa Anglie penes France & tercium statutu’ apud Westm’ editu’ eodem Anno quartodecimo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
  375206v (male 225v)14 Edw. 3, stat. 4. (S.R. 1:292–4)Anno quartodecimo 
Heading: Incipit aliud statutum pro clero apud Westmonasterium eodem anno editum.
Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
  376207r (male 226r)Edwardi tercij 
  377207v (male 226v)15 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:295–6)Anno quarto decimo 
Marginalia: Incipit statutum apud westm’ editu’ anno xvo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  378208r (male 227r)Edwardi t’cij. r anno q’intode’mo eiusdem 
  379208v (male 227v)Anno quintodecimo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  380209r (male 228r)(1) 15 Edw. 3, stat. 2; (2) 18 Edw. 3, stat. 3 [S.R. (1) 1:297(2) 1:302–3]Edwardi tercij 
Marginalia: Revocacio statut’ preceden’ apud westm’ edit’ eodem anno quintodecimo.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘E’ and ‘E’. (2) The decorated initials begin texts without headings. (3) The wording of the preamble of 18 Edw. 3, stat. 3, is a bit different from what is printed in S.R., but the substance that follows seems to correspond.
  381209v (male 228v)Anno xviij 
  382210r (male 229r)18 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:300–1)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Statu’m de anno decimo octavo.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘F’. (2) The heading is jammed in above the capital not using the usual litterae notabiliores. On the line preceding it is a note marked off with a red paragraph mark that says ‘quod annum memorandum’. This is probably a reference to the fact that previous item is dated in the 17th year of England, the 5th of France. The text in S.R. is dated in the 18th and 5th years.
  383210v (male 229v)Anno decimo octavo 
  384211r (male 230r)15 Edw. 3, stat. 3. (S.R. 1:297–8)Edwardi tercij 
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘F’. (2) These are the ‘conditions’ that the parliament of 1341 placed on the grant of the ninth in the parliament of 1340 (14 Edw. 3, stat. 2, S.R. 1:289–90).
  385211v (male 230v)Anno decimo octavo 
  386212r (male 231r)(1) 18 Edw. 3, stat. 1; (2) Oath of the justices, 20 Edw. 3 [S.R. (1) 1:299 (2) 1:305–6]Edwardi tercij 
Heading: (1) Incipit declaracio exigendorum apud Westm’ edit’ eod’ A’o xviijo. (2) Sacramentum Justiciarior’.
Note: (1) The first heading is not in litterae notabiliores. (2) Decorated initials ‘A’ and ‘U’.
  387212v (male 231v)(1) Oath of the clerks of the chancery, 20 Edw. 3; (2) Ordinance of labourers, 23 Edw. 3 [S.R. (1) 1:306 (2) 1:307–9]Anno decimo octavo 
Heading: (1) Sacr’m clericorum cancellar’. (2) Ordinacio de servientibz in latino anno 23 edita.
Note: (1) The regnal year in the second heading is in a smaller script and may be later additon; the use of Hindu-Arabic numbers in a heading is very unusual. (2) Decorated initials ‘U’ and ‘E’.
  388213r (male 232r)Edwardi tercij 
  389213v (male 232v)Statute of labourers, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:311–13)Anno decimo octavo 
Heading: Statutum de s’vient’bz operarijs A’o 25.
Note: (1) The regnal year in the heading is a later addtion. (2) Decorated initial ‘C’.
  390214r (male 233r)Anno vicesimo quinto E tc’ij 
  391214v (male 233v)Anno vicesimo quinto 
  392215r (male 234r)Edwardi tercij 
  393215v (male 234v)Anno vicesimo quinto 
  394216r (male 235r)Edwardi tercij 
  395216v (male 235v)Anno vicesimo quinto 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  396217r (male 236r)Statute pro hiis qui nati sunt in partibus transmarinis, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:310)Edwardi tercij 
Marginalia: Statutum de Natis in partibz transmarinis.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  397217v (male 236v)Statute of provisors, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 4. (S.R. 1:316–18)Anno vicesimo quinto 
Heading: Statutum de provisoribus eode’ anno factum.
Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
  398218r (male 237r)Edwardi tercijYes 
  399218v (male 237v)Anno vicesimo quarto 
  400219r (male 238r)Edwardi tercijYes 
  401219v (male 238v)25 Edw. 3, stat. 5. (S.R. 1:319–24)Anno vicesimo quinto 
Heading: Statutum de p’dicionis declarac’one Regis & Regine.
Note: (1) The heading is unusual and may indicate an unwillingness to use any of the Latin words for treason. Latham suggests that treasona does not appear until c. 1500, although the OED shows that French forms of the word had been applied to the offense from at least the time of Britton. (2) Decorated initial ‘A’.
  402220r (male 239r)Edwardi tercij 
  403220v (male 239v)Anno vicesimo quinto 
  404221r (male 240r)Edwardi tercij 
  405221v (male 240v)Anno vicesimo quinto 
  406222r (male 241r)Edwardi tercij 
  407222v (male 241v)Ordinance for the clergy, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 6. (S.R. 1:324–26)Anno vicesimo quinto 
Heading: Incipit statutum pro clero eodem anno apud Westmonasterium editum etc.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  408223r (male 242r)Edwardi tercij 
  409223v (male 242v)Statutum de forma levationis decime-quinte, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 7. (S.R. 1:327–8)Anno vicesimo quinto 
Note: (1) No formal heading, but a note right above it says: ‘Et irrotulatur rotulis statutorum’. It is unclear whether this applies to the preceding item or this one. (2) Decorated initial ‘C’.
  410224r (male 243r)Edwardi tercij 
  411224v (male 243v)?Ordinance of the Staple. (S.R. Cf. 27 Edw. 3, stat. 2)Anno vicesimo quinto1:332–42 
Heading: Incipit statutu’ f’c’m apud Westmonasterium anno vicesimo sexto.
Note: (1) There is no statute for year 26 in S.R., but our manuscripts have a number of references to a provisions about the staple in this year. This text is similar to that of 27 Edw. 3, stat. 2, below, fol. 227v; only a full transcription would tell how close it is. (2) Decorated initial ‘E’. (3) Carryover indicating quire break.
  412225r (male 244r)Edwardi tercij 
  413225v (male 244v)Anno vicesimo vjo 
  414226r (male 245r)Statute of praemunire, 27 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:329–31)Edwardi tercij 
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘N’. (2) The decorated initial begins a text without a heading.
  415226v (male 245v)Anno vicesimo septimo 
  416227r (male 246r)Edwardi tercij 
  417227v (male 246v)Ordinance of the staple, 27 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:332–42)Anno vicesimo septimo 
Heading: Incipit statutu’ stapule ap’d westm’ f’c’m.
Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
  418228r (male 247r)Edwardi tercij 
  419228v (male 247v)Anno vicesimo septimo 
  420229r (male 248r)Edwardi tercij 
  421229v (male 248v)Anno vicesimo septimo 
  422230r (male 249r)Edwardi tercij 
  423230v (male 249v)Anno vicesimo septimo 
  424231r (male 250r)Edwardi tercij 
  425231v (male 250v)Anno vicesimo septimo 
  426232r (male 251r)Edwardi tercij 
  427232v (male 251v)Anno vicesimo septimo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  428233r (male 252r)Edwardi tercijYes 
  429233v (male 252v)Anno vicesimo septimo 
  430234r (male 253r)Edwardi tercijYes 
  431234v (male 253v)Ordinatio de feodis maiorum et constabularium stapule, ?28 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:343–44)Anno vicesimo septimo 
Heading: Ordinacio de feodis maioru’ et constabularioru’ stapule eodem anno.
Note: (1) S.R. dates this to year 28, but notes manuscript evidence for year 27, to which evidence this should be added. (2) Decorated initial ‘P’.
  432235r (male 254r)Yes 
  433235v (male 254v)28 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:345–9)Anno vicesimo vijmo 
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘N’. (2) The decorated initial begins a text without a heading.
  434236r (male 255r)Edwardi tercijj [Greek cross] iiij 
  435236v (male 255v)Anno vicesimo octavo 
  436237r (male 256r)Edwardi tercij 
  437237v (male 256v)Anno vicesimo octavo 
  438238r (male 257r)31 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:349–53)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Incipit statutum editum Anno tricesimo primo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  439238v (male 257v)Anno tricesimo primo 
  440239r (male 258r)Edwardi tercij 
  441239v (male 258v)Anno tricesimo primo 
  442240r (male 259r)Ordinatio de pisce salito de Blakeney [Norf], 31 Edw. 3, stat. 3. (S.R. 1:355–6)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Ordinac’o facta apud Westmonast’m de pisce salso eodem anno.
Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
  443240v (male 259v)Anno tricesimo p’mo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  444241r (male 260r)Ordinatio facta de allece vendend’, 31 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:353–5)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Ordinacio de allece apud Westm’ edita eod’m anno.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  445241v (male 260v)Anno tricesimo primo 
  446242r (male 261r)34 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:364–9)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Statutum editum apud Westmonasterium anno tricesimo quarto.
Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
  447242v (male 261v)Anno tricesimo quarto 
  448243r (male 262r)Edwardi tercij 
  449243v (male 262v)Anno tricesimo quarto 
  450244r (male 263r)Edwardi tercij 
  451244v (male 263v)De perdona facta communitati regni Anglie, 36 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:376–8)Anno tricesimo quarto 
Heading: Incipit statutum apud Westmonasteriu’ editum anno tricesimo sexto.
Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
  452245r (male 264r)Edwardi tercij 
  453245v (male 264v)36 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:371–6)Anno xxxvjo 
Heading: Incipit statutum apud Westm’ editum eodem anno.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  454246r (male 265r)Edwardi tercij 
  455246v (male 265v)Anno tricesimo sexto 
  456247r (male 266r)Edwardi tercij 
  457247v (male 266v)Anno tricesimo sexto 
  458248r (male 267r)Statutum de victu et vestitu, 37 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:378–83)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Incipit statutum apud Westm’ editum anno tricesimo septimo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
  459248v (male 267v)Anno tricesimo septimo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  460249r (male 268r)Edwardi tercij 
  461249v (male 268v)Anno tricesimo septimo 
  462250r (male 269r)Edwardi tercij 
  463250v (male 269v)38 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:383–5)Anno xxx.mo septimo 
Heading: Incipit statutum apud Westmonast’iu’ editum anno tricesimo octavo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  464251r (male 270r)Edwardi tercij 
  465251v (male 270v)38 Edw. 3, stat.2. (S.R. 1:385–7)Anno tricesimo octavo 
Heading: Incipit statutum de provisoribz eccliar’ eod’m anno.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  466252r (male 271r)Edwardi tercij 
  467252v (male 271v)Anno tricesimo octavo 
  468253r (male 272r)42 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:388–90)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Incipit statutum apud Westmonasterium editu’ anno quadragesimo secundo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
  469253v (male 272v)Anno quadragesimo secundo 
  470254r (male 273r)43 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:390–2)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Incipit statutum editum anno vliij.
Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
  471254v (male 273v)Anno quadregesimo tercio 
  472255r (male 274r)Edwardi tercij 
  473255v (male 274v)(1) 45 Edw. 3; (2) 47 Edw. 3 [S.R. (1) 1:393 (2) 1:395]Anno quadresimo tercio 
Heading: (1) Incipit statutum editum apud Westm’ anno quadragesimo quinto. (2) Incipit statutum editu’ anno quadragesimo septimo.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘C’ and ‘P’. (2) 46 Edw. 3 seems to be missing.
  474256r (male 275r)De perdonacionibus et gratiis factis per Regem communitati regni sui Anglie, 50 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:396–8)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Statutum de perdonac’one editu’ anno l.mo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘D’.
  475256v (male 275v)Anno quinquagesimo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  476257r (male 276r)Edwardi tercij 
Heading: Expliciu’t statuta Edwardi tercij post conquestum qui obiit apud Shene vicesimo primo die lviiij anno regni sui quinquagesimo.
  477257v (male 276v)Blank 
  478258r (male 279r)1 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:1–5)Anno primo Regis Ricardi Secundi 
Note: Illumnated initial ‘R’.
  479258v (male 279v)Anno primo 
  480259r (male 280r)Ricardi SecundiYes 
  481259v (male 280v)Anno Primo 
  482260r (male 281r)Statute of Gloucester, 2 Ric. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:6–11)Ricardi Secundi 
Heading: Incipit statutum editu’ ap’d Glouc’ edit’ anno Secundo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
  483260v (male 281v)Anno Secundo 
  484261r (male 282r)Ricardi Secundi 
  485261v (male 282v)Anno Secundi 
  486262r (male 283r)Ricardi Secundi 
  487262v (male 283v)Anno Secundo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  488263r (male 284r)2 Ric. 2, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:12)Ricardi Secundi 
Heading: Incipit statutu’ editu’ apud Westm’ eod’m anno.
Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
  489263v (male 284v)3 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:13–15)Anno tercio 
Heading: Statutu’ editu’ apud Westm’ anno tercio.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  490264r (male 285r)Ricardi secundi 
  491264v (male 285v)Anno tercio 
  492265r (male 286r)Statute of Northampton, 4 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:16)Ricardi secundi 
Heading: Statutum editum apud Northampton’ anno iiijto.
Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
  493265v (male 286v)‘Statute of Absentees’, 3 Ric. 2. (Not in S.R.)Anno quarto 
Heading: Ordinacio hib’n eod’m anno f’c’a apud North’mpton.
Note: (1) The text given here largely corresponds (with the petition and the answer somewhat reversed) in PROME, parliament at Westminster, January, 1380, item 42. (2) Decorated initial ‘P’.
  494266r (male 287r)5 Ric. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:17–23)Ricardi secundi 
Heading: Statutum apud Westm’ anno quinto editum.
Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
  495266v (male 287v)Anno quinto 
  496267r (male 288r)Ricardi secundi 
  497267v (male 288v)Anno quinto 
  498268r (male 289r)Ricardi secundi 
  499268v (male 289v)Anno quinto 
  500269r (male 300r)5 Ric. 2, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:23–26)Ricardi secundi 
Heading: Aliud statutum editum apud Westm’ eod’m anno.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  501269v (male 300v)Anno quinto 
  502270r (male 301r)Ricardi Secundi 
  503270v (male 301v)6 Ric. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:26–30)Anno quinto 
Heading: Incipit statutum ap’d Westm’ editum Anno primo [sic].
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘A’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  504271r (male 302r)Ricardi Secundi 
  505271v (male 302v)Anno sexto 
  506272r (male 303r)Ricardi secundi 
  507272v (male 303v)6 Ric. 2, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:30–31)Anno Sexto 
Heading: Aliud statutum apud Westm’ editu’ eod’m anno.
Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
  508273r (male 304r)Ricardi Secundi 
  509273v (male 304v)7 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:31–36)Anno Septimo 
Heading: Statutum apud Westm’ editu’ anno primo [sic].
Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
  510274r (male 305r)Ricardi Secundi 
  511274v (male 305v)Anno Septimo 
  512275r (male 306r)Ricardi secundi 
  513275v (male 306v)Anno Septimo 
  514276r (male 307r)8 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:36–7)Ricardi secundi 
Heading: Statutu’ editu’ apud Westm’ anno octavo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  515276v (male 307v)9 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:38–9)Anno Nono 
Heading: Statutu’ apud Westm’ editum anno Nono.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  516277r (male 308r)Ricardi secundi 
  517277v (male 308v)11 Ric. 2 (pt.). (S.R. 2:39–42)Anno undecimo 
Heading: Statutum apud Westmonast’iu’ editu’ anno undecimo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  518278r (male 309r)Anno undecimo 
  519278v (male 309v)Anno undecimo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  520279r (male 310r)11 Ric. 2 (pt.). (S.R. 2:42–55)Ricardi secundiYes 
Heading: Ista co’missio ante dicta in p’ma persona it’um recitatur in tercia persona de verbo in verbum ideo non scribitur sed omittitur usq’ dum ven’is ibi.
Note: (1) The heading suggests that the scribe, or one of his predecessors, was looking at two copies, at least of the first part of the statute. (2) Decorated initial ‘P’.
  521279v (male 310v)Anno undecimo 
  522280r (male 311r)Ricardi secundi 
  523280v (male 311v)Anno undecimo 
  524281r (male 312r)Ricardi secundi 
  525281v (male 312v)Anno undecimo 
  526282r (male 313r)Ricardi SecundiYes 
  527282v (male 313v)Anno undecimo 
  528283r (male 314r)Ricardi Secundi 
  529283v (male 314v)Anno undecimo 
  530284r (male 315r)12 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:55–60)Ricardi Secundi 
Heading: Incipit statutum apud Cantebrigg’ edit’ anno xij.mo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  531284v (male 315v)Anno duodecimo 
  532285r (male 316r)Anno duodecimo Ric’i Secundi 
  533285v (male 316v)Anno duodecimo 
  534286r (male 317r)Ricardi Secundi 
  535286v (male 317v)13 Ric. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:61–68)Anno terciodecimo 
Heading: Incipiunt statuta apud Westm’ edita anno t’ciodecimo.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘I’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  536287r (male 318r)Ricardi Secundi 
  537287v (male 318v)Anno terciodecimo 
  538288r (male 319r)Ricardi Secundi 
  539288v (male 319v)Anno terciodecimo 
  540289r (male 320r)Ricardi Secundi 
  541289v (male 320v)Anno terciodecimo 
  542290r (male 321r)Ricardi Secundi 
  543290v (male 321v)13 Ric. 2, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:68–74)Anno terciodecimo 
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘N’. (2) The decorated initial begins a text without a heading.
  544291r (male 322r)Ricardi Secundi 
  545291v (male 322v)Anno terciodecimo 
  546292r (male 323r)Ricardi Secundi 
  547292v (male 323v)Anno Terciodecimo 
  548293r (male 324r)Ricardi Secundi 
  549293v (male 324v)14 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:76–77)Anno quartodecimo 
Heading: Incipit statutum apud Westm’ editu’ anno quartodecimo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  550294r (male 325r)15 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:78–82)Ricardi Secundi 
Heading: Incip’t statutu’ ap’d Westm’ edit’ anno xvmo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  551294v (male 325v)Anno quintodecimo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  552295r (male 326v)Ricardi SecundiYes 
  553295v (male 326v)Anno quintodecimo 
  554296r (male 327r)16 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:82–87)Ric’i SecundiYes 
Heading: Incipit statut’ ap’d wynton edit’ anno xvjo rr’ Regis Ric’i.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  555296v (male 327v)Anno Sextodecimo 
  556297r (male 328r)Ricardi Secundi 
  557297v (male 328v)Anno Sextodecimo 
  558298r (male 329r)Ric’i Secundi 
  559298v (male 329v)17 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:87–92)Anno decimo Septimo 
Heading: Statutum editu’ apud Westm’ anno decimo septimo.
Note: (1) The text given here stops at S.R. 2:90. (2) Decorated initial ‘C’.
  560299r (male 330r)Ricardi Secundi 
  561299v (male 330v)Anno decimo Septimo 
  562300r (male 331r)20 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:92–94)Ricardi Secundi 
Heading: Incipit statutum aditu’ ap’d Westm’ anno vicemo rr’ Ric’i.
Note: Decorated initial ‘L’.
  563300v (male 331v)21 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:94–110)Anno vicesimo 
Heading: Statuta Regis Ric’i secundi anno vicesimo primo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘F’.
  564301r (male 332r)Ricardi Secundi 
  565301v (male 332v)Anno vicesimo primo 
  566302r (male 333r)Ricardi Secundi 
  567302v (male 333v)Anno vicesimo primo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  568303r (male 334r)Ricardi SecundiYes 
  569303v (male 334v)Anno vicesimo primo 
  570304r (male 335r)Ricardi Secundi 
  571304v (male 335v)Anno vicesimo primo 
  572305r (male 336r)Ricardi secundi 
  573305v (male 336v)Anno vicesimo primo 
  574306r (male 337r)Ric’i Secundi 
  575306v (male 337v)Anno vicesimo primo Ric’i Secundi 
Heading: Expliciu’t Statuta Regis Ric’i Secundi.
  576307r (male 342r)1 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:111–19)Anno primo regni Regis Henrici quartiYes 
Note: Illuminated initial ‘H’.
  577307v (male 342v)Anno primo henrici quarti 
  578308r (male 343r)Henrici quartiYes 
  579308v (male 343v)Anno Primo 
  580309r (male 344r)Henrici quartiYes 
  581309v (male 344v)Anno primo 
  582310r (male 345r)Henrici quartiYes 
  583310v (male 345v)2 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:120–31)Anno primo 
Heading: Statutum edit’ apud Westm’ anno secundo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  584311r (male 346r)Henrici quarti 
  585311v (male 346v)Anno Secundo 
  586312r (male 347r)Henrici quarti 
  587312v (male 347v)Anno Secundo 
  588313r (male 348r)Henrici quarti 
  589313v (male 348v)Anno Secundo 
  590314r (male 349r)Henrici quarti 
  591314v (male 349v)Anno Secundo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  592315r (male 350r)Henrici quartiYes 
  593315v (male 350v)Anno Secundo 
  594316r (male 351r)4 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:132–43)Henrici quartiYes 
Heading: Incipit statutum apud Westmonasterium edit’ anno regni Regis Henrici quarti post conquestum quarto.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  595316v (male 351v)Anno Secundo [sic] 
  596317r (male 352r)Henrici quartiYes 
  597317v (male 352v)Anno quarto 
  598318r (male 353r)Henrici quartiYes 
  599318v (male 353v)Anno quarto 
  600319r (male 354r)Henrici quarti 
  601319v (male 354v)Anno quarto 
  602320r (male 355r)Henrici quarti 
  603320v (male 355v)5 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:143–8)Anno quarto 
Heading: Incipit statut’ edit’ ap’d Westm’ anno henr’ quinto.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  604321r (male 356r)Henrici quarti 
  605321v (male 356v)Anno quinto 
  606322r (male 357r)Henrici quarti 
  607322v (male 357v)Anno quinto 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  608323r (male 358r)6 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:148–50)Henrici quartiYes 
Heading: Incipit statutum apud coventre edit’ anno sexto.
Note: Decorated initial ‘S’.
  609323v (male 358v)7 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:150–8)Anno Sexto 
Heading: Incipit statutum apud Westm’ edit’ anno septimo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  610324r (male 359r)Henrici quartiYes 
  611324v (male 359v)Anno Septimo 
  612325r (male 360r)Henrici quartiYes 
  613325v (male 360v)Anno Septimo 
  614326r (male 361r)Henrici quarti 
  615326v (male 361v)Anno septimo 
  616327r (male 362r)Henrici quarti 
  617327v (male 362v)9 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:158–61)Anno nono 
Heading: Incipit statutum apud Gloucestr’ anno nono editum.
Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
  618328r (male 363r)Henrici quarti 
  619328v (male 363v)11 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:162–6)Anno nono 
Heading: Incipit statutu’ apud Westm’ edit anno undecimo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘D’.
  620329r (male 364r)Henrici quarti 
  621329v (male 364v)Anno undecimo 
  622330r (male 365r)Henrici quarti 
  623330v (male 365v)13 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:166–9)Anno undecimo 
Heading: Incipit statutu’ ap’d Westm’ anno terciodecimo editum.
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘M’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
  624331r (male 366r)Henrici quartiYes 
  625331v (male 366v)Anno terciodecimo 
  626332r (male 367r)Henrici quarti 
Heading: Explicit Statutum in anno t’ciode’mo henrici quarti editum. Et expliciunt hic statuta euisdem henrici quarti post conquestum, nuper Regis Anglie.
  627332v (male 367v)Blank 
  628333r (male 370r)1 Hen. 5. (S.R. 1 Hen. 5)Anno primo Regis Henrici quinti 
Note: Illuminated initial ‘N’.
  629333v (male 370v)Anno primo 
  630334r (male 371r)Henrici quinti 
  631334v (male 371v)Anno primo 
  632335r (male 372r)Henrici quinti 
  633335v (male 372v)2 Hen. 5, stat. 1. (S.R. 2 Hen. 5, stat. 1)Anno primo 
Heading: Incipit statutum apud leicestre edit’ anno Secundo Regis henrici quinti post conquestum anglie.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  634336r (male 373r)Henrici quinti 
  635336v (male 373v)Anno Secundo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  636337r (male 374r)henrici quintiYes 
  637337v (male 374v)Anno Secundo 
  638338r (male 375r)Henrici quinti 
  639338v (male 375v)Anno Secundo 
  640339r (male 376r)Henrici quinti 
  641339v (male 376v)Anno Secundo 
  642340r (male 377r)Henrici quinti 
  643340v (male 377v)Anno Secundo 
  644341r (male 378r)Henrici quinti 
  645341v (male 378v)Anno Secundo 
  646342r (male 379r)2 Hen. 5, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:187–90)Henrici quinti 
Heading: Incipiunt statuta ap’d Westm’ edita eodem anno s’c’do.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  647342v (male 379v)Anno Secundo 
  648343r (male 380r)3 Hen. 5. (S.R. 2:191)Henrici quinti 
Heading: Statuta apud Westm’ anno iijcio henrici q’ editum.
  649343v (male 380v)4 Hen. 5, aka 3 Hen. 5, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:192–6)Anno tercio 
Heading: Expliciu’t statuta de galy halpens anno regni Regis henrici quinti tercio facta. Et incipiunt statuta alia de eodem anno in alio parliamento facta.
Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘F’ and ‘N’. (2) The reference in the explicit is to the ‘Gally Halfpence’, a type of coin that is one of the subjects of the preceding statute
  650344r (male 381r)Henrici quinti 
  651344v (male 381v)Anno tercio 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  652345r (male 382r)Henrici quinti 
  653345v (male 382v)4 Hen. 5, aka 4 Hen. 5, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:196–200)Anno quarto 
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘E’. (2) The decorated initial begins a text without a heading.
  654346r (male 383r)Henrici quinti 
  655346v (male 383v)Anno quinto 
  656347r (male 384r)Henrici quinti 
  657347v (male 384v)5 Hen. 5. (S.R. 2:200)Anno quarto 
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘A’. (2) The decorated initial begins a text without a heading.
  658348r (male 385r)7 Hen. 5. (S.R. 2:201–2)Henrici quinti 
Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘A’. (2) The decorated initial begins a text without a heading.
  659348v (male 385v)(1) Ordinance concerning Lancaster; (2) 8 Hen. 5 [S.R. (1) Not in S.R. (2) 2:203]Anno octavo 
Note: (1) Lacks a heading (there seems to be a space for it). Incipit in litterae notabiliores with a decorated initial ‘A’: ‘Ad parliamentum tentum apud Westm’ secundo’, which continues with (paraphrase): ‘day of December in year 8 of Henry 5 an ordinance was issued as follows’. It continues with the ordinance in Latin in writ form addressed to the chancellor of Lancaster and tested by Humphrey of Gloucestor as keeper of the realm at Westminster on 10 January year 8 [1421]. The writ is an implementation of the commons’ petition edited in PROME, parliament of December 1420, item XIII [24]. (2) There is no gap for a heading. The text of the incipit with a decorated initial ‘A’: ‘Au parlement tenuz a Westm’ le secund iour de de(cembr)’. It then proceeds to give the contents of 8 Henry 5 as in S.R.
  660349r (male 386r)9 Hen. 5, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:204–9)Henrici quinti 
Heading: Statuta eiusdem Regis apud Westm’ editu’ anno regni sui nono.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  661349v (male 386v)Anno nono 
  662350r (male 387r)Henrici quintiYes 
  663350v (male 387v)Anno nono 
  664351r (male 388r)Henrici quinti 
  665351v (male 388v)9 Hen. 5, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:209–12)Anno nono 
Heading: Statuta eiusdem Regis apud Westm’ edita eodem anno usqz proximum parliamentum duratur’.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  666352r (male 389r)Henrici quinti 
  667352v (male 389v)Anno nono 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  668353r (male 390r)Henrici quinti 
  669353v (male 390v)Anno nono 
Heading: Expliciunt statuta Regis Henrici quinti anno regni sui nono edita.
  670354r (male 392r)1 & 2 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:213–16)Anno p’imo 
Heading: Incipiu’t Statuta Regis Henrici Sexti anno regni sui primo apud Westmonasteriu’ edita.
Note: Illuminated initial ‘A’.
  671354v (male 392v)Anno primo 
  672355r (male 393r)Henrici Sexti 
  673355v (male 393v)2 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:216–27)Anno secundo 
Heading: Incipiunt statuta de anno sc’do Regis Henrici sexti apud Westmonast’ium edita.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  674356r (male 394r)Henrici Sexti 
  675356v (male 394v)Anno Secundo 
  676357r (male 395r)Henrici sexti 
  677357v (male 395v)Anno Secundo 
  678358r (male 396r)Henrici Sexti 
  679358v (male 396v)Anno Secundo 
  680359r (male 397r)Henrici Sexti 
  681359v (male 397v)Anno Secundo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  682360r (male 398r)Henrici sextiYes 
  683360v (male 398v)3 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:227–8)Anno tercio 
Heading: Expliciu’t statuta Regis Henrici Sexti de anno Secundo. Et incipiu’t statuta eiusdem Regis de anno t’cio.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  684361r (male 399r)4 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:229–32)Henrici SextiYes 
Heading: Expliciu’t Statuta Regis Henrici Sexti de anno tercio. Et Incipiunt statuta eiusdem Regis de anno quarto.
Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
  685361v (male 399v)Anno quarto 
  686362r (male 400r)6 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:232–8)Henrici SextiYes 
Heading: Explicit statuta Regis Henrici Sexti de anno quarto. Et incipiu’t statuta eiusdem Regis de anno sexto.
  687362v (male 400v)Anno Sexto 
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  688363r (male 401r)Henrici Sexti 
  689363v (male 401v)Anno Sexto 
  690364r (male 402r)Henrici Sexti 
  691364v (male 402v)8 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:238–62)Anno Sexto 
Heading: Expliciu’t statuta de anno sexto Regis Sexti. Et Incipiunt statuta eiusdem Regis de anno octavo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  692365r (male 403r)Henrici Sexti 
  693365v (male 403v)Anno octavo 
  694366r (male 404r)Henrici Sexti 
  695366v (male 404v)Anno octavo 
  696367r (male 405r)Henrici Sexti 
  697367v (male 405v)Anno octavo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  698368r (male 406r)Henrici Sexti 
  699368v (male 406v)Anno octavo 
  700369r (male 407r)Henrici Sexti 
  701369v (male 407v)Anno octavo 
  702370r (male 408r)Henrici Sexti 
  703370v (male 408v)Anno octavo 
  704371r (male 409r)Henrici Sexti 
  705371v (male 409v)Anno octavo 
  706372r (male 410r)Henrici Sexti 
  707372v (male 410v)9 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:263–72)Anno nono 
Heading: Expliciu’t statuta de anno octavo Regis H. VIti Et incipiunt statuta eiusdem Regis de anno nono.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  708373r (male 411r)Henrici Sexti 
  709373v (male 411v)Anno nono 
  710374r (male 412r)Henrici Sexti 
  711374v (male 412v)Anno octavo [sic] 
  712375r (male 413r)Henrici 
  713375v (male 413v)Anno octavo [sic] 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  714376r (male 414r)10 Hen. 6[, stat. 1]. (S.R. 2:272–76)Henrici SextiYes 
Heading: Expliciu’t statuta de anno nono Regis Henrici vjti. Et incipiu’t statuta eiusdem Regis apud Westm’ edita anno Regni sui decimo.
  715376v (male 414v)Anno decimo 
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  716377r (male 415r)Henrici Sexti 
  717377v (male 415v)Anno decimo 
  718378r (male 416r)11 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:278–288)Henrici Sexti 
Heading: Expliciu’t statuta de anno decimo Regis Henrici vj.ti. Incipiunt statuta eiusdem Regis apud Westm’ edita anno regni sui undecimo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  719378v (male 416v)Anno undecimo 
  720379r (male 417r)Henrici Sexti 
  721379v (male 417v)Anno undecimo 
  722380r (male 418r)Henrici Sexti 
  723380v (male 418v)Anno undecimo 
  724381r (male 419r)Henrici Sexti 
  725381v (male 419v)Anno undecimo 
  726382r (male 420r)Henrici Sexti 
  727382v (male 420v)14 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:289–94)Anno undecimo 
Heading: Explicit statuta de anno unde’mo Regis H. vj.ti. Et incipiu’t statuta apud Westm’ edita anno regni Regis Henrici sexti quartodecimo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  728383r (male 421r)Henrici sexti 
  729383v (male 421v)Anno quartodecimo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  730384r (male 422r)Henrici SextiYes 
  731384v (male 422v)Anno quartodecimo 
  732385r (male 423r)15 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:295–300)Henrici Sexti 
Heading: Explicit statuta Regis Henrici vjti apud Westm’ edita anno regni sui quartodecimo. Et incipiu’t statuta eiusdem Regis Henrici vjti apud Westm’ anno regni sui quinto decimo edita.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  733385v (male 423v)Anno quintodecimo 
  734386r (male 424r)Henrici Sexti 
  735386v (male 424v)Anno quintodecimo 
  736387r (male 425r)Henrici Sexti 
  737387v (male 425v)18 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:301–15)Anno decimo octavo 
Heading: Incipiunt statuta eiusdem Regis apud Westm’ anno regni sui decimo octavo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  738388r (male 426r)Henrici Sexti 
  739388v (male 426v)Anno decimo octavo 
  740389r (male 427r)Henrici Sexti 
  741389v (male 427v)Anno decimo octavo 
  742390r (male 428r)Henrici Sexti 
  743390v (male 428v)Anno decimo octavo 
  744391r (male 429r)Henrici Sexti 
  745391v (male 429v)Anno decimo octavo 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  746392r (male 430r)Henrici Sexti 
  747392v (male 430v)Anno decimo octavo 
  748393r (male 431r)Henrici Sexti 
  749393v (male 431v)20 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:315–25)Anno vicesimo 
Heading: Expliciu’t statuta apud Westm’ anno regni Regis Henrici sexti decimo octavo edita. Et incipiu’t statuta eiusdem Regis anno regni sui vicesimo apud Westmonasterium edita.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  750394r (male 432r)Henrici Sexti 
  751394v (male 432v)Anno vicesimo 
  752395r (male 433r)Henrici Sexti 
  753395v (male 433v)Anno vicesimo 
  754396r (male 434r)Henrici Sexti 
  755396v (male 434v)Anno vicesimo 
  756397r (male 435r)Henrici Sexti 
  757397v (male 435v)Anno vicesimo 
  758398r (male 436r)Henrici Sexti 
Heading: Expliciu’t statuta apud West’ anno regni Regis Henrici sexti vicesimo edita.
  759398v (male 436v)23 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:326–43) 
Heading: Incipiunt Statuta apud Westm’ edit’ anno xxiij Regis Henrici sexti etc.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  760399r (male 437r) 
  761399v (male 437v)Anno 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  762400r (male 438r)xxiij H. vjtiYes 
  763400v (male 438v) 
  764401r (male 439r)Yes 
  765401v (male 439v) 
  766402r (male 440r)Yes 
  767402v (male 440v)Anno 
  768403r (male 441r)Yes 
  769403v (male 441v)Anno 
  770404r (male 442r) 
  771404v (male 442v) 
  772405r (male 443r) 
  773405v (male 443v) 
  774406r (male 444r) 
  775406v (male 444v) 
  776407r (male 446r)(1) 25 Hen. 6; (2) 27 Hen. 6 [S.R. (1) 2:344 (2) 2:345–52]Henrici vjtiYes 
Heading: (1) Incipiu’t statuta apud Bury sc’i Edmu’di edita a’o xxvto. (2) Incipiunt statuta apud Westm’ edita anno xxvijo.
Note: Decorated initials ‘N’ and ‘A’.
  777407v (male 446v)Anno xxvto et xxvijo 
  778408r (male 447r)Henrici vjtiYes 
  779408v (male 447v)Anno xxvto & xxvijo 
  780409r (male 448r)Henrici vjtiYes 
  781409v (male 448v)28 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:353–7)Anno xxv et xxvijo 
Heading: Incipiu’t statuta apud Westm’ edita anno xxviijo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  782410r (male 449r)Henrici Sexti 
  783410v (male 449v)Anno xxviij 
  784411r (male 450r)29 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:357–9)Henrici vjti 
Heading: Incipiu’t statuta ap’d Westm’ edita anno xxivo.
Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
  785411v (male 450v)Anno xxviij [sic] 
  786412r (male 451r)31 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:360–9)Henrici Sexti 
Heading: Incipiu’t statuta apud Redyng edita anno xxxio.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  787412v (male 451v)Anno xxxjmo 
  788413r (male 452r)Henrici vjti 
  789413v (male 452v)Anno xxxjo 
  790414r (male 453r)Henrici Sexti 
  791414v (male 453v)Anno xxxio 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  792415r (male 454r)33 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:369–78)Henrici vjtiYes 
Heading: Incipiu’t statut’ ap’d Westm’ edita a’o tricesimo tercio.
Note: Decorated initial ‘H’.
  793415v (male 454v)Anno xxxiijo 
  794416r (male 455r)Henrici vjti 
  795416v (male 455v)Anno xxxiijo 
  796417r (male 456r)Henrici vjti 
  797417v (male 456v)Anno xxxiijo 
  798418r (male 457r)39 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:378–9)Henrici vjti 
Heading: Incipiu’t statut’ apud Westm’ edit’ anno tricesimo nono.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  799418v (male 457v)Anno xxxixo 
Heading: Expliciu’t statuta Regis Henrici vjti.
  800419r (male 470r)1 Edw. 4. (S.R. 2:380–91)Anno primo Edwardi quarti 
Heading: Incipiu’t statuta apud Westm’ edita anno p’imo Edwardi iiijti.
Note: Illuminated initial ‘E’.
  801419v (male 470v)Anno primo 
  802420r (male 471r)Edwardi quarti 
  803420v (male 471v)Anno primo 
  804421r (male 472r)Edwardi quarti 
  805421v (male 472v)anno primo 
  806422r (male 473r)Edwardi quarti 
  807422v (male 473v)Anno primo 
  808423r (male 474r)Edwardi quarti 
  809423v (male 474v)Anno primo 
  810424r (male 475r)3 Edw. 4. (S.R. 2:392–402)Edwardi quarti 
Heading: Incipit statuta apud Westm’ edita anno tercio.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  811424v (male 475v)Anno tercio 
  812425r (male 476r)Edwardi quarti 
  813425v (male 476v)Anno Tercio 
  814426r (male 477r)Edwardi quarti 
  815426v (male 477v)Anno tercio 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  816427r (male 478r)Edwardi quartiYes 
  817427v (male 478v)Anno tercio 
  818428r (male 479r)Edwardi quarti 
  819428v (male 479v)4 Edw. 4. (S.R. 2:403–18)Anno tectio 
Heading: Incipiu’t plura statuta edita apud Westm’ dc’o anno terc’o E iiijti.
Note: (1) The parliament first summoned in year 3 and in which the preceding statute was passed was prorogued to year 4 when this statute was passed. Hence, the dicrepancy in the dates in the heading and S.R. (2) Decorated initial ‘N’.
  820429r (male 480r)Edwardi quartiYes 
  821429v (male 480v)Anno tercio 
  822430r (male 481r)Edwardi quarti 
  823430v (male 481v)Anno tercio 
  824431r (male 482r)Edwardi quarti 
  825431v (male 482v)Anno tercio 
  826432r (male 483r)Edwardi quarti 
  827432v (male 483v)Anno tercio 
  828433r (male 484r)Edwardi quarti 
  829433v (male 484v)Anno tercio 
  830434r (male 485r)Edwardi quarti 
  831434v (male 485v)Anno tercio 
Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
  832435r (male 486r) 
  833435v (male 486v) 
  834436r (male 487r)7 Edw. 4. (S.R. 2:418–23) 
Heading: Incipiunt statuta apud Westm’ edita anno septimo edwardi iiij post conquestum.
Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
  835436v (male 487v) 
  836437r (male 488r) 
  837437v (male 488v) 
  838438r (male 489r)Edwardi quarti 
  839438v (male 489v)8 Edw. 4. (S.R. 2:424–430)Anno Septimo 
Heading: Incipiu’t statuta apud Westm’ edita anno vijo & viijo.
Note: (1) Like the parliament of 3 Edw. 4, this parliament met in one regnal year, when the preceding statute was passed, and was prorogued to the next regnal year, when this statute was passed. (2) Decorated initial ‘N’
  840439r (male 490r)Edwardi quarti 
  841439v (male 490v)Anno Septimo 
  842440r (male 491r)Edwardi quarti 
  843440v (male 491v)Anno Septimo 
  844441r (male 492r)Edwardi quarti 
  845441v (male 492v)Anno Septimo 
  846no fol., no sig.Blank 
  847no fol., no sig.Blank, except for pen trials 
Note: The pen trials are written upside down: ‘In ominibus que dixerunt’; ‘In nomine patris’. Both are in medieval hands; the second is probably a bit later than the first.
  848no fol., no sig.Inside back cover 
Note: Contains sums in what may be a 17th-century hand in !millions of pounds.
  849no fol., no sig.Back cover