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HLS MS No. 185

England. Statutes, 1 Edw. 3 to 9 Hen. 6

ca. 1431

http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HLS.Libr:13349729

 

 

<Preliminary introduction>

The HOLLIS cataloguing may be found here. The following items are worth repeating:

“Provenance : Formerly in the collection of Morris S. Arnold of the University of Pennsylvania Law School.”

“Description: [224] leaves : vellum ; 29 cm.

“Notes : Preceded by a chronological table and an index of statutes from Assise to Xp̄ienne court.

“Illuminated initials; rubricated.”

In Baker 1:1, this manuscript was listed as being in the collection of Professor Morris S. Arnold of the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Judge Arnold’s gift of the manuscript to HLS allowed Baker to expand on the description in Baker 2:1:

“1 STATUTA NOVA, 1 EDWARD III TO 9 HENRY VI

“MS. 185.

“Mid-C.xv, 225 ff. (1) (ff. 1-16v) ‘Capitula statutorum’, a chronological table; (2) (ff. 17-20, concluded on 1-3) ‘Hic incipit kalendare’, an alphabetical index to the Statuta antiqua from Assisa to Xp̄iane courte; (3) (ff. 21-225v) statutes from 1 Edw. III to 9 Hen. VI, the last year incomplete.

“‘Richard Palmes’; ‘J. III. 4’ (altered in pencil to ‘L.J. VI’) on label (C.xix-xx).

The Baker description is a bit unclear. The chronological capitulary of the statutes is complete, so far as it goes, from fols. 1r through 16v. It is the alphabetical index that breaks off and is concluded elsewhere. In fact, it is concluded before the modern pencilled foliation begins, and before the chronological capitulary of the statutes. We are also unable to agree with Baker that the alphabetical index is of, or at least that it is primarily of, the ‘Statuta antiqua’. It is comprehensive, covering, with one later addition, statutes from Magna Carta through 5 Hen. 3. The last keyword in the alphabetical index of statutes is ‘Xp̄iane’ as Baker has it, not ‘Xp̄ienne’ as HOLLIS has it.

The manuscript measures approximately 290 X 180 mm.

It has an 18th- or 19th-century leather binding with blind tooled borders.

There are decorated red and blue capitals, some with scroll work, throughout the manuscript, beginning with the capitulary and extending until we reach the duplication of the statute of 8 Hen. 5, where the decorative program ceases. The design of the decoration on the capitals is standard, the execution of good quality. There are also red and blue paragraph marks. There is no decoration in the alphabetical index of the statutes.

The base hand is neat, small, and less cursive than many legal scripts. It is clearly professional work. The base hand seems to be responsible for all of the text except the alphabetical index of statutes and the obviously later marginalia.

There is a modern pencilled foliation that begins with the chronological capitulary of the statutes on seq. 13, omitting the continuation of the alphabetical index of the statutes that precedes it. That is not the way that we would have foliated the manuscript, but the existing pencilled foliation is visible and accurate for what it does. Hence, our digital foliation follows it. We have extended the digital foliation until we reach the modern freestanding endpapers, raising the total of numbered folios to 226 with four unnumbered medieval folios preceding it.

There are some signature markings, although they are hard to read.

The manuscript has 28 quires: 2 sesternions, 25 quaternions, and one ternion. This gives us the following collation:

i (seq. 3–4), 1–212 (seq. 5–12, f. 1–20), 3–278 (f. 21–220), 286 (f. 221–226), i (seq. 465–466).

Fol. 76 may be sewn in at the end of quire 9 substituting for the original ending of the quire, although this is not visible on the images. The contents of it are strange, a piece of 28 Edw. 3, duplicating something that is already there on fol. 69v and then, on the dorse, the beginning of the ordinance about herring, the heading for which is found at the end of fol. 75v.

Quire 24 is odd. It begins with the statutes of 8 Hen. 5 and 9 Hen. 5, stat. 1 (fol. 189r–192r). It then proceeds to duplicate those statutes, beginning toward the end of fol. 192r and running through to the middle of fol. 194r. The quire then proceeds through 9 Hen. 5, stat. 2, ending with 1 Hen. 6, which continues into quire 25. As previously noted, the decorative program ceases with the beginning of the first duplicated statute, and does not return again in the manuscript. There is no change of script at this point. While it is possible that there is a change of hand, we rather doubt that there is.

The easiest explanation for this oddity is that the scribe turned the manuscript over to the decorator after he had completed the first version of 9 Hen. 5, stat. 1. When he got the manuscript back, he was asked to continue into the reign of Henry VI. He used a different source for these statutes. The text of the duplicated 8 Hen. 5 does not include the preamble of the statute, whereas the first version of the statute does. Copying from a different source, he simply forgot that he already had 8 Hen. 5 and 9 Hen. 5, stat. 1, in the manuscript.

The fact that the chronological capitulary of the statutes does not go beyond Henry IV might make one think that this collection began life as a statute book containing statutes of Edward III, Richard II, and Henry IV, and that the statutes of Henry V and the early years of Henry VI were later additions. The script and, we think, the hand give us pause. There is no obvious change of hand or script between Henry IV and Henry V. The source of the capitulary could have been an already existing list that did not go beyond Henry IV.

Although the chronological capitulary of the statutes could, on paleographical and stylistic grounds, be contemporary with the manuscript, the same cannot be said of the alphabetical index of statutes. The script of that index looks quite a bit later than the 1430s. Here we have solider evidence that the source of the index was an already existing index. It contains numerous references to the statutes that antedate 1 Edw. 3, the earliest statute in the manucript. There are preliminary transcriptions of the lemmata in the Detailed Contents below.

This alphabetical index bears a distinct resemblance to those in MS 40 and 170. Unlike those two, which seem to be virtually copies of each other from some common source, this one has some variations, but the similarities are substantial. All three indices basically end with 3 Hen. 5. MS 40 has one obviously later addition. This one does too: Under ‘officium coronatoris’ (seq. 7) there is a citation to 2 Hen. 6, but that, too, looks as if it was later addition. In all three manuscripts the lemmata proceed from ‘assisa’ through ‘Xp̄ien courte’. There are 214 independent lemmata in MS 40, 212 in MS 170, and 199 in this one. Almost all of the lemmata in this manuscript map onto those of MS 40 and 170, though there are some exceptions, mostly involving breaking down of a single lemma into multiple ones in this manuscript. For example, whereas MS 40 and 170 have a large number of statutes under the single heading ‘Appell’ this manuscript has five lemmata that begin ‘appell’: ‘appell’ del mort del home’, ‘appell’ de rape’, ‘appell’ de mahame’, ‘appell’’ [in general], and ‘appell’ dez gents’, the last of which is tucked in after ‘accusament’. The breaking down of individual lemmata in this manuscript means that the statistics given above are misleading. Thirty-two of the lemmata in MS 40 and 170 are not found in this manuscript, including the very large one under the general heading ‘assize’ at the beginning of MS 40 and 170. There are also seven that are found in this manuscript that are not found in MS 40 and 170, for example, ‘adminstr’ dez bienz ce’ q’ devie entestat’. Also, some of the citations in this manuscript do not match those in MS 40 and 170. We have not looked for these systematically; we have the impression that there are not many.

These differences should not detract from the fact that all three indices seem to derive from a common source. Not only do far too many of the lemmata map onto each other for the coincidence to have arisen by chance, but also one of the most problematic lemmata in MS 40 and 170, ‘Novelx’, appears in this manuscript though in a different way. The scribe wrote ‘n’ and then left a blank space (he seems to have been just as puzzled as we were), but he follows it with the same citations that are found in MS 40 and 170.

It is possible that all of the differences between the index in this manuscript and that of MS 40 and 170 are the product of the person who worked on this manuscipt. He started, we might imagine, with a copy of the index of MS 40 and 170 and made changes as he was copying. That possibility, however, seems less likely than the possibility that he began with a different version of the index from the one with which the scribes of MS 40 and 170 began. We might imagine that it was a somewhat older version. It contained fewer lemmata, and fewer individual index items had been combined under one heading. These features do not prove that it was older; an older, fuller version could have been abbreviated and the large headings broken down to make the one that was the source for this manuscript, but that seems less likely.

Baker, Men of Law 2:1193, records two men named Richard Palmes, one admitted Middle Temple c. 1525, the other admitted Lincoln’s Inn 26 June 1558. He records four men named Gryffyth (id. at 1:792) without a given name, with dates in both the 15th and 16th centuries.

Many of the statutes have extensive marginal notes in 16th c. script, probably from the second half of that century. The relationship between these marginalia and the index at the beginning of the manuscript needs to be explored. Baker’s second Richard Palmes or his Gryffyth _ IV could be the author these marginalia, but that is pure guess-work.

 

Summary Contents

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  Seq. Fol. No. Item  
13–44f. 1r–16v1Capitula statutorum 
45–51, 8–11f. 17r–20r, unfoliated2Alphabetical index of statutes
Note: The alphabetical index is divided. The first part appears on fol. 17r–20r; the second part on the unfoliated seq. 8–11.
53–56f. 21r–22v31 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:251–4) 
56–59f. 22v–24r41 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:255–7) 
59–63f. 24r–26r5Statute of Northampton, 2 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:257–61) 
63–67f. 26r–28r64 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:261–5) 
67–71f. 28r–30r75 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:265–9) 
71–73f. 30r–31r89 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:273–4) 
73–76f. 31r–32v99 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:269–72) 
76–77f. 32v–33r1010 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:275) 
77–79f. 33r–34r1110 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:276–8) 
79–80f. 34r–34v1211 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:280–1) 
80–91f. 34v–40r1314 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:281–9) 
91f. 40r1414 Edw. 3, stat. 3 (S.R. 1:292) 
91–94f. 40r–41v1514 Edw. 3, stat. 4 (S.R. 1:292–4) 
94–97f. 41v–43r1614 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:289–92) 
97–98f. 43r–43v17Ordinatio de statu terre Hibernie, 17 Edw. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:193–4) 
98–100f. 43v–44v1815 Edw. 3, stat. 3 (S.R. 1:297–8) 
100f. 44v1918 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:299) 
100–102f. 44v–45v2018 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:300–1) 
102–104f. 45v–46v2118 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:300–1) 
104–107f. 46v–48r2220 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:303–5) 
107–108f. 48r–48v23Ordinance of labourers, 23 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:307–9) 
108–112f. 48v–50v24Statute of labourers, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:311–13) 
112–114f. 50v–51v25Statutum de forma levationis decime-quinte, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 7 (S.R. 1:327–8) 
114–117f. 51v–53r26Ordinance for the clergy, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 6 (S.R. 1:324–26) 
117–120f. 53r–54v27Statutum de pannis, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 3 (S.R. 1:314–16) 
120–129f. 54v–59r2825 Edw. 3, stat. 5 (S.R. 1:319–24) 
129–133f. 59r–61r29Statute of praemunire, 27 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:329–31) 
133–141f. 61r–65r30Ordinance of the staple, 27 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:332–42) 
141–142f. 65r–65v31Statute pro hiis qui nati sunt in partibus transmarinis, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:310) 
142–146f. 65v–67v32Statute of provisors, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 4 (S.R. 1:316–18) 
146–147f. 67v–68r33Ordinatio de feodis maiorum et constabularium stapule, ?28 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:343–44) 
147–152f. 68r–70v3428 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:345–9) 
152–155f. 70v–72r3531 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:349–53) 
155–157f. 72r–73r36Ordinatio facta de allece vendend’, 31 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:353–5) 
157–162f. 73r–75v3734 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:364–9) 
162f. 75v38Ordinatio facta de allece, 35 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:369–70) 
163–163f. 76r–76r3928 Edw. 3 (part) (S.R. 1:347) 
164–165f. 76v–77r40Ordinatio facta de allece, 35 Edw. 3 (continued) (S.R. 1:369–70) 
165–170f. 77r–79v4136 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:371–6) 
170–172f. 79v–80v42De perdona facta communitati regni Anglie, 36 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:376–8) 
172–178f. 80v–83v43Statutum de victu et vestitu, 37 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:378–83) 
178–180f. 83v–84v4438 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:383–5) 
180–183f. 84v–86r4538 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:385–7) 
183–185f. 86r–87r4642 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:388–90) 
185–188f. 87r–88v4743 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:390–2) 
188–189f. 88v–89r4845 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:393) 
189–190f. 89r–89v4947 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:395) 
190–192f. 89v–90v50De perdonacionibus et gratiis factis per Regem communitati regni sui Anglie, 50 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:396–8) 
193–198f. 91r–93v511 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:1–5) 
198–204f. 93v–96v52Statute of Gloucester, 2 Ric. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:6–11) 
204–205f. 96v–97r532 Ric. 2, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:12) 
205–208f. 97r–98v543 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:13–15) 
208–209f. 98v–99r55Statute of Northampton, 4 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:16) 
209–218f. 99r–103v565 Ric. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:23–26) 
218–222f. 103v–105v575 Ric. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:23–26) 
222–227f. 105v–108r586 Ric. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:26–30) 
227–228f. 108r–108v596 Ric. 2, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:30–31) 
228–233f. 108v–111r607 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:31–36) 
233–235f. 111r–112r618 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:36–7) 
235–237f. 112r–113r629 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:38–9) 
237–240f. 113r–114v6311 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:39–55) 
240–251f. 114v–120r64‘Articles’ on the Merciless Parliament, 11 Ric. 2 (Not in S.R.) 
251–258f. 120r–123v6512 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:55–60) 
258–272f. 123v–130v6613 Ric. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:61–68) 
272–274f. 130v–131v6714 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:76–77) 
274–278f. 131v–133v6815 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:78–82) 
278–284f. 133v–136v6916 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:82–87) 
284–288f. 136v–138v7017 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:87–92) 
288–290f. 138v–139v7120 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:92–94) 
291–299f. 140r–144r721 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:111–19) 
302–315f. 145v–152r732 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:120–31) 
315–327f. 152r–158r744 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:132–43) 
327–332f. 158r–160v755 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:143–8) 
332–334f. 160v–161v766 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:148–50) 
334–343f. 161v–166r777 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:150–8) 
343–346f. 166r–167v789 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:158–61) 
346–350f. 167v–169v7911 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:162–6) 
350–354f. 169v–171v8013 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:166–9) 
357–361f. 173r–175r811 Hen. 5 (S.R. 2:170–4) 
361–375f. 175r–182r822 Hen. 5, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:175–87) 
375–378f. 182r–183v832 Hen. 5, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:187–90) 
378–379f. 183v–184r843 Hen. 5 (S.R. 2:191) 
380–384f. 184v–186v854 Hen. 5, aka 3 Hen. 5, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:192–6) 
384–389f. 186v–189r864 Hen. 5, aka 4 Hen. 5, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:200) 
389–390f. 189r–189v878 Hen. 5 (S.R. 2:203) 
390–395f. 189v–192r889 Hen. 5, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:204–9) 
395–396f. 192r–192v898 Hen. 5 (S.R. 1:203) (partially duplicated) 
396–399f. 192v–194r909 Hen. 5, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:204–9) (duplicated) 
399–403f. 194r–196r919 Hen. 5, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:209–12) 
404–407f. 196v–198r921 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:213–16) 
407–419f. 198r–204r932 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:216–27) 
419–421f. 204r–205r943 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:227–8) 
421–424f. 205r–206v954 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:229–32) 
424–431f. 206v–210r966 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:232–8) 
431–462f. 210r–225v978 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:238–62) 
462f. 225v989 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:263–72) (incomplete) 

 

Detailed Contents

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Seq. Fol. Label Header Sig.  
1no fol., no seq.Front cover 
2no fol., no seq.Front pastedown 
  Note: Library reference marks.
3no fol., no seq.Blank 
4no fol., no seq.Blank 
5no fol., no seq.Blank 
6no fol., no seq.?Mark of ownership 
  Note: ?‘Henry Griffiths’ (?16th c.).
7no fol., no seq.Mark of ownership 
  Note: ‘Richard Palmes’ (?16th c.).
8no fol., no seq.Continuation of alphabetical index of statutes 
  Heading: Principium istius kalendarii in decimo octavo folio subsequente.
  Marginalia: (1) maintenaunce, (2) messurez et ?paisse [?poise], (3) maynpernors [no new line], (4) mespricon’ de clerke (5) ?maryners [no new line, damaged by ink blotch, ?ref. 2 Ric. 2, c. 4], (6) ne iniuste vexes, (7) n [followed by blank space, ref. Westiminster I c. 27, etc.], (7) nonclaym’ ouste, (8) nonplevin ouste, (9) noun teunure de parcell, (10) noun tenure en ley, (11) nati in parte transmar’, (12) oier et terminer, (13) odio et athia, (14) offic’ vic’, (15) offic’ coronat’, (16) ordinar’, (17) purveourz, (18) protecions.
  Note: Keywords from ‘M’ through ‘X’ in the same script as the alphabetical index that begins on fol. 17r.
9no fol., no seq. 
  Marginalia: (1) pardon, (2) provisorz, (3) priorite de feffment, (4) purpristure, (5) passage a dovere, (6) passage dez pilgryms [no new line], (7) passage dez blees defendus, (8) passage dor’ et darg’, (9) passage darmes et vitaill’, (11) pass’ outer lez ewes dulces, (12) peticions al Roy, (13) pro[h]ibicions [ref. 1 Edw. 3, stat. 2, c. ?11], (14) quare ei deforciat, (15) quare impedit, (16) replevyne, (17) repleveinsable [sic] et ou ne, (18) resceit ad defendr’ lour dreit, (19) retourne irriplevysabl’, (20) retourne del vic’ et baill’ de fraunch’, (21) relesse [no new line], (22) roberdsme’ wastours et auters tiels [ref. 5 Edw. 3 c. 14], (23) rout’ e riote [ref. 6 Ric. 2 c. 9 (?13), 17 Ric. 2 c. 8].
10no fol., no seq. 
  Marginalia: (1) rasur’ rotulorum, (2) restaur’ dez biens, (2) scutag’, (3) salmons, (4) senesch’ et marschall’ du Roy, (5) ?seisine de Roy par cause de forfature de gard et aut’ titill’ et coment il sera ?suer hors dez de? [damage] mayns le Roy, (6) ?seisine de ?prieres [?prieuries] alienez [no new line, ref. 1 Hen. 5 c. 11 (S.R. c. ?7)], (7) selares dez prestes [ref. 36 Edw. 3 stat. 1, c. 8, 2 Hen. 5 stat. 2, c. 2], (8) silva cedua, (9) tenure par chastell garde, (10) testimoigne et de proc’ vers eux [no new line], (11) taxe [no new line], (12) tresone, (13) torn’ de vic’, (14) trialbaston, (15) tenaunts en ley [no new line, ref. 1 Ric. 2 c. 9], (16) usur’, (17) wrak de mer, (18) wouchr en foreign, (19) utlagar’ de felonye, (20) utlag’ en ple personell’, (21) vis’ terre, (22) vic’ subvic’ et lour mynistres, (23) venr’ [ref. 13 Ric. 2, c. 13] (24) vert cere [no new line].
11no fol., no seq. 
  Marginalia: (1) vilinge [?villinage], (2) vines et cariage de vines, (3) vyttilers, (4) Xp̄iane court.
12no fol., no seq.Blank 
131rChronological capitularium of statutes of 1 Edw. 3 through 9 Hen. 4 
141v 
152r 
162v 
173r 
183v 
194r 
204v 
215r 
225v 
236r 
246v 
257r 
267v 
278r 
288v 
299r 
309v 
3110r 
3210v 
3311r 
3411v 
3512r 
3612v 
3713r 
3813v 
3914r 
4014v 
4115r 
4215v 
4316r 
4416v 
4517rAlphabetical index of statutes 
  Heading: Hic incipit Kalendar’.
  Marginalia: (1) ass’ no diss’, (2) ass’ mortis antess’, (3) ass’ ultime present’, (4) ass’ de nuis’, (5) approvamenta, (6) amesurement’, (7) accompt, (8) age prier’, (9) alienac’ des tenementz sanz licence de Roy, (10) appropriac’ del esgl’, (11) atteint, (12) awoure, (13) attorn’, (14) admirall’, (15) addiciouns en bref ou cap’ et exigent gist.
  Note: The script suggests the late 15th century or even the beginning of the 16th. Although heavily abbreviated, it is quite formal. It becomes more sloppy at the end. There is no decoration. The initial letter of the alphabet, ‘A’ in this case, is found in the outer margin. The lemmata, which we transcribe as marginalia, are at the beginning of the line followed immediately by citations of all of the statutes to which each lemma applies. We have found citations from Magna Carta (including Merton and Marlborough) through 3 Hen. 5. (On seq. 7 under ‘officium coronatoris’ there is a reference to a statute of 2 Hen. 6, but that looks as if it was later addition.) Statutes from the reigns of Henry III, Edward I, and Edward I are cited by name; those that are marked ‘E’ without a number all seem to be from the reign of Edward III. Our transcriptions extend abbreviations only where necessary for clarity and ignore the capitalization.
4617v 
  Marginalia: (1) appell’ del mort del home, (2) appell’ de rape, (3) appell’ de mahame, (4) appell’, (5) accusament’, (6) appell’ dez gents, (7) armes, (8) array dez panelz, (9) adminstr’ dez bienz ce’ q’ devie entestat, (10) bastard, (11) beaupleder, (12) bigam’, (13) boteler de Roy, (13) bretones, (14) bref corpus cum causa, (15) bref de dett daccompt et dauterz tielx soit porte en mesme le counte ou le contract se fist, (16) counterple de voucher, (17) champertie [no new line], (18) cessavit, (19) counterple de garr’ (20) cui in vita, (21) certificat, (22) contra formam collac’.
4718r 
  Marginalia: (1) conspiric’, (2) communes plees, (3) chargez des measons religios’, (4) custumes et altrez officerz en lestaple, (5) custume et subsedies, (6) constabill’ et mareschall denglete’, (7) clerke de coronn’ du banc’ le Roy, (8) chaumbr’ deacanes removez, (9) commissions, (10) conservatourz, (11) contra formam feoffamenti, (12) consultacion, (13) clerke de lestaple, (14) douer’, (15) decies tantum, (16) deceit en ple de tere, (17) dysmes, (18) drape, (19) dett due a Roy.
4818v 
  Marginalia: (1) error, (2) enditementz, (3) examinacion dez pleintz en acciouns, (4) execucion, (5) essoin, (6) eschape de laron’, (7) estrepement, (8) ex parte talis, (9) executores, (10) encleser’ [sic, ref. 14 Edw. 3 c. 4; see note] ouste, (11) eid de Roy, (12) eschetour, (13) eid de file marier, (14) entre en tere ove fort main, (15) franc election’, (16) faux iugement, (17) fines, (18) forest, (19) feirz.
  Note: ‘Engleshrie’ would seem to be meant rather than ‘encleser’’; compare MS 40 and 170 and the statute cited.
4919r 
  Marginalia: (1) forstallerz, (2) faucon, (3) ferr’, (4) fymes [dung] et autrez males odourz oustez, (5) frers qi amesnont enfauntz, (6) faitz portaunt date deinz fraunchese, (7) faitz de manumicion fait par cohercion, (8) faitz ensealles horz de Roialme, (8) faitz combustez, (9) felones, (10) fraunches, (11) gard al Roy, (12) gard al ?comune persone, (13) gard waste, (14) garde ravise, (15) gardein eniette [ref. Westminster II c. 35 in fine], (16) gard accion de dreit et gard, (17) gard, (18) gard en socage, (19) gard dez temporaltes tempore vacac’, (20) gard ouste, (21) gard voide par accion.
5019v 
  Marginalia: (1) garr’ par paroll’ dedi etc, (2) garr’ counterpled’, (3) galeys, (4) husbott et haybott, (5) hundred, (6) heresie et lorlardie, (7) hospitall’, (8) jur’ de utrum, (9) joyn’ ?du mees [?du mys] en bref de dreit [ref. Westminster I c. 4], (10) justic’ de peas, (11) justic’ en eyr’, (12) justic’ dass’ et gaoles delyver’, (13) justic’ par commission’, (14) ingress’, (15) issues de prior’ perpetuell’ et datiff’ coment il ser’ trie [ref. 38 Edw. 3 (stat. 2)]; (16) Irland’, (17) kydell, (18) lyver’s.
5120r 
  Marginalia: (1) libertas et ius ecclesie, (2) libertas et cons’ civitat’ burg’ et vill’, (3) ley gage, (4) limitacion dez ?brefs, (5) laborers, (6) lestaple, (7) lubardz et alienes, (8) murage, (9) mahame [no new line], (10) mesne, (11) marshcall du banc’ le Roy [no new line], (12) monet’, (13) marcahauntz.
  Note: At end of entry: ‘plus in principio libri’.
5220vBlank except for pencilled layout 
5321r1 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:251–4)Statuta R E t’ci 
  Note: Elaborately decorated initial ‘C’ with border around text.
5421vAnno R E iii 
5522rPrimo+ ii (pencil, lower right-hand corner) 
5622v1 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:255–7)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Aliud statutum.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
5723rPrimo(1) iii (2) iii 
5823vAnno R E iii 
5924rStatute of Northampton, 2 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:257–61)Secundo(1) iiii (2) + iiii 
  Heading: Statutum apud Norhampton’ Anno secundo etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
6024vAnno R E iii 
6125rSecundo 
6225vAnno R E iii 
6326r4 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:261–5)quarto 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
6426vAnno R E iii 
6527rquartoq iiii 
6627vAnno R E iii 
6728rquinto 
  Heading: Statutum apud Westm’ Anno quinto.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
6828vAnno R E iii 
6929rquinto 
7029vAnno R E iii 
7130r9 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:273–4)Nonoii 
  Heading: Statutum editum apud Ebor’ Anno ixo etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
7230vAnno R E iii 
7331r9 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:269–72)Nonoiii 
  Heading: Aliud statutum eodem Anno.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
7431vAnno R E iii 
7532rNonoiiii 
7632v10 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:275)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Statutum editum apud Westm’ Anno Decimo.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
7733r10 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:276–8)decimo 
  Heading: Aliud statutum eodem Anno.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
7833vAnno R E iii 
7934r11 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:280–1)xi 
  Heading: Statut’ edit’ Anno xio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
8034v14 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:281–9)Anno 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ Anno xiiiio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
8135rxiiiio 
8235vAnno R E iii 
8336rxiiiio 
8436vAnno R E iii 
8537rxiiii 
8637vAnno R E iii 
8738rxiiii 
8838vAnno R E iii 
8939rxiiiiiii 
9039vAnno R E iii 
9140r(1) 14 Edw. 3, stat. 3. (2) 14 Edw. 3, stat. 4. (S.R. [1] 1:292 [2] 1:292–4)xiiiiiiii 
  Heading: (1) Prerogativa Regis eodem Anno etc’. (2) Aliud statutum editum eodem Anno.
  Note: Decorated initials ‘L’ and ‘E’.
9240vAnno R E iii 
9341rxiiii 
9441v14 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:289–92)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Aliud Statutum editum eodem Anno.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
9542rxv xv 
9642vAnno R E iii 
9743rOrdinatio de statu terre Hibernie, 17 Edw. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:193–4)xvii 
  Heading: Statutum Apud Westm’ editum Anno decimo septimo etc’.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘E’. (2) There does not seem to have been a parliament in 17 Edw. 3. The text is that of the ordinance made for Ireland at Nottingham in 17 Edward 2. It is also ascribed to 17 Edw. 3 in HLS MS 21, 40, 42, 163, and 170.
9843v15 Edw. 3, stat. 3. (S.R. 1:297–8)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Statutum editum eodem Anno.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘F’.
9944rxviii 
10044v(1) 18 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (2) 18 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. [1] 1:299 [2] 1:300–1)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Ordinaciones in parliamento Apud Westm’ Anno regni dni’ E Regis Angl’ et Frauncie vid’l’t Angl’ xvii et fnc’ quint’ tento facte.
  Note: Decorated initials ‘A’ and ‘F’.
10145rxviiii 
10245v18 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:300–1)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Aliud statutum editum eodem Anno E xviiio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
10346rxviiiii 
10446v20 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:303–5)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Statutum editum Anno xxo etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
10547rxxoiii 
10647vAnno R E iii 
10748rOrdinance of labourers, 23 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:307–9)xxiiioiiii &c 
  Heading: Ordinacio facta de servientibus Anno xxiii.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘Q’.
10848vStatute of labourers, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:311–13)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Stat’ de servientibus Anno xxiii etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
10949rxxiiio 
11049vAnno R E iii 
11150rxxiiio 
11250vStatutum de forma levationis decime-quinte, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 7. (S.R. 1:327–8)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Aliud Statutum eodem Anno xxv etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
11351rxxvo 
11451vOrdinance for the clergy, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 6. (S.R. 1:324–26)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Aliud Statutum editum eodem Anno.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
11552rxxvo 
11652vAnno R E iii 
11753rStatutum de pannis, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 3. (S.R. 1:314–16)xxvoi 
  Heading: Statutum de ulnagio pannor’ eodem Anno etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
11853vAnno R E iii 
11954rxxvtog ii 
12054v25 Edw. 3, stat. 5. (S.R. 1:319–24)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Aliud statutum eodem Anno.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
12155rxxvtog iii 
12255vAnno R E iii 
12356rxxviiog iiii 
12456vAnno R E iii 
12557rxxviio 
12657vAnno R E iii 
12758rxxviito 
12858vAnno R E iii 
12959rStatute of praemunire, 27 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:329–31)Stat’ apud W Anno xxviixxviio 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
13059vAnno R E iii 
13160rxxviio 
13260vAnno R E iii 
13361rOrdinance of the staple, 27 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:332–42)xxviio 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
13461vAnno R E iii 
13562rxxviioe ii 
13662vAnno R E iii 
13763rxxviioe iii 
13863vAnno R E iii 
13964rxxvtoe iiii 
14064vAnno R E iii 
14165rStatute pro hiis qui nati sunt in partibus transmarinis, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:310)xxvto 
  Heading: Statut’ de nat’ extra regni eodem Anno.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
14265vStatute of provisors, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 4. (S.R. 1:316–18)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Statutum de advocacionibus eodem anno etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
14366rxxviio 
14466vAnno R E iii 
14567rxxviio 
14667vOrdinatio de feodis maiorum et constabularium stapule, ?28 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:343–44)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: De feodis maiorum et Constabularium Stapule etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
14768r28 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:345–9)xxviio 
  Heading: Statutum editum apud Westm’ anno xxviii Regis Edwardi tercii.
  Note: The statute is complete here, but a part of it is repeated on fol. 76r.
14868vAnno R E iii 
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘N’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
14969rxxviiii 
15069vAnno R E iii 
15170rxxviiiii 
15270v31 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:349–53)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Stat’ apud Westm’ edit’ Anno xxxio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
15371rxxxiiii 
15471vAnno R E iii 
15572rOrdinatio facta de allece vendend’, 31 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:353–5)xxxioiiii 
  Heading: Statutum de Allece vendenc’ eodem Anno.
15672vAnno R E iii 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
15773r34 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:364–9)xxxio 
  Heading: Statutum Aliud Westm’ editum Anno xxxiiii etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
15873vAnno R E iii 
15974rxxxiiiio 
16074vAnno R E iii 
16175rxxxiiiio 
16275vOrdinatio facta de allece, 35 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:369–70)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Stat’ de Allece vendend’ Anno xxxv.
  Note: The page ends after the heading for the Ordinatio facta de allece. The text of the ordinance is given on fol. 76v–77r.
16376r28 Edw. 3 (part). ( S.R. 1:347)xxxiiiio 
  Note: This is one page from the statute of 28 Edw. 3, roughly corresponding to what is found in S.R. 1:347. It duplicates the text that is found on fol. 68v, but the marginalia are different.
16476vOrdinatio facta de allece, 35 Edw. 3 (continued). (S.R. 1:369–70)Anno R E iii 
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘C’. (2) This page continues the Ordinatio facta de allece from fol. 75v.
16577r36 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:371–6)xxxvioi 
  Heading: Statutum apud Westm’ editum Anno xxxvio etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
16677vAnno R E iii 
16778rxxxvioii 
16878vAnno R E iii 
16979rxxxvio 
17079vDe perdona facta communitati regni Anglie, 36 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:376–8)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Carta perdon’ eodem Anno etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
17180rxxxvio 
17280vStatutum de victu et vestitu, 37 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:378–83)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Statutum Edwardi Regis Anno xxxviio etc’.
17381rxxxviio 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘L’.
17481vAnno R E iii 
17582rxxxviio 
17682vAnno R E iii 
17783rxxxviio 
17883v38 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:383–5)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Statutum editum apud Westm’ Anno xxxviii etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
17984rxxxviiio 
18084v38 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:385–7)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Aliud statutum eodem Anno.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
18185rxxxviiii 
18285vAnno R E iii 
18386r42 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:388–90)xliio 
  Heading: Statutum Anno xliio Edwardi Regis etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
18486vAnno R E iii 
18587r43 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:390–2)xliiiiii 
  Heading: Statutum editum apud Westm’ anno xliii E Regis Angl’ etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
18687vAnno R E iii 
18788rxliii 
18888v45 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:393)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Statutum apud Westm’ editum Anno xlvto etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
18989r47 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:395)xlvto 
  Heading: Statutum editum Anno xlviio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
19089vDe perdonacionibus et gratiis factis per Regem communitati regni sui Anglie, 50 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:396–8)Anno R E iii 
  Heading: Statutum editum apud Westm’ Anno lo.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘D’.
19190rlmo 
19290vAnno R E iii 
  Heading: Expliciunt Statuta Edwardi Regis Anglie tercii etc’.
19391r1 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:1–5)Anno Primo R R ii 
  Note: Elaborately decorated initial ‘R’ with partial border around text.
19491vAnno R R ii 
19592rPrimo 
19692vAnno R R ii 
19793rPrimoi 
19893vStatute of Gloucester, 2 Ric. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:6–11)Anno R R ii 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Glouc’ edit’ Anno secundo.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
19994rSc’doii 
20094vAnno R R ii 
20195rsecundoiii 
20295vAnno R R ii 
20396rsecundoiiii 
20496v2 Ric. 2, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:12)Anno R R ii 
  Heading: Aliud Statutum editum eodem Anno etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
20597r3 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:13–15)tercio 
  Heading: Statutum editum Anno tercio Regis Ricardi etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
20697vAnno R R ii 
20798rt’cio 
20898vStatute of Northampton, 4 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:16)Anno R R ii 
  Heading: Statutum editum apud North’t Anno iiiito.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
20999r5 Ric. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:23–26)quarto 
  Heading: Westm’ Anno quinto etc’.
21099vAnno R R ii 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
211100rquinto 
212100vAnno R R ii 
213101rquinto 
214101vAnno R R ii 
215102rquintoii 
216102vAnno R R ii 
217103rquintoiii 
218103v5 Ric. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:23–26)Anno R R ii 
  Heading: Aliud statutum editum eodem Anno.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘P’. (2) This version of the statute lacks the Latin transmission paragraphs given in S.R. at the beginning and the end, but the French text seems to be complete.
219104rquintoiiii 
220104vAnno R R ii 
221105rquinto 
222105v6 Ric. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:26–30)Anno R R ii 
  Heading: Incipit Statutum apud Westm’ editum Anno Ricardi sexto etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
223106rsexto 
224106vAnno R R ii 
225107rsexto 
226107vAnno R R ii 
227108r6 Ric. 2, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:30–31)sexto 
  Heading: Aliud statutum apud Westm’ editum Anno eodem et vto[crossed out] c’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
228108v7 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:31–36)Anno R R ii 
  Heading: Statutum editum Anno viio etc’.
229109rSeptimo 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
230109vAnno R R ii 
231110rSeptimo(Maybe) 
232110vAnno R R ii 
233111r8 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:36–7)Octavo 
  Heading: Statutum editum Apud Westmonasterium Anno Octavo Regis Ricardi etc’.
234111vAnno R R ii 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
235112r9 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:38–9)Nonoiiii 
  Heading: Statutum apud Westm’ editum Anno Nono Ricardi etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
236112vAnno R R ii 
237113r11 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:39–55)xi 
  Heading: Statut’ Anno xio etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
238113vAnno R R ii 
239114rxii 
240114v‘Articles’ on the Merciless Parliament, 11 Ric. 2. (Not in S.R.)Anno R R ii 
  Heading: Statutum aliud in quo pri’ stat’ continetur.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘P’. (2) Also in HLS MS 42. That this item is to be connected with the ‘Merciless Parliament’ of 1388, the statute of which appears above, seems virtually certain. That it is neither the statute of that parliament nor an extract from the rolls of that parliament (PROME) is certain. That a document of this length connected with a parliament that has been the subject of much historical investigation has not hitherto come to light and been edited seems almost inconceivable. We have not yet, however, been able to find it.
241115rxi 
242115vAnno R R ii 
243116rUndecimo 
244116vAnno R R ii 
245117rxi 
246117vAnno R R ii 
247118rxi 
248118vAnno R R ii 
249119rxi 
250119vAnno R R ii 
251120r12 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:55–60)xiixii 
  Heading: Stat’ anno xiio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
252120vAnno R R ii 
253121rxii 
254121vAnno R R ii 
255122rxii 
256122vAnno R R ii 
257123rxii 
258123v13 Ric. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:61–68)Anno R R ii 
  Heading: Statutum editum apud Westm’ Anno xiiio Regis R’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
259124rxiii 
260124vAnno R R ii 
261125rxiiii 
262125vAnno R R ii 
263126rxiii 
264126vAnno R R ii 
265127rxiii 
266127vAnno R R ii 
267128rxiii 
268128vAnno R R ii 
269129rxiii 
270129vAnno R R ii 
271130rxiii 
272130v14 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:76–77)Anno R R ii 
  Heading: Incipiunt statuta de Anno xiiiio R Ricardi.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
273131rxiiii 
274131v15 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:78–82)Anno R R ii 
  Heading: Incipit Statutum de Anno xvo R R Secundi.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
275132rxv 
276132vAnno R R ii 
277133rxv?q (lower right) 
278133v16 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:82–87)Anno R R ii 
  Heading: Statutum apud Westm’ Anno xvio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
279134rxviq ii 
280134vAnno R R ii 
281135rxvi?p iii 
282135vAnno R R ii 
283136rxviiiii 
284136v17 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:87–92)Anno R R ii 
  Heading: Statutum apud Westmonasterium Anno xviio R Ricardi etc’ etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘S’.
285137rxvii 
286137vAnno R R ii 
287138rxvi 
288138v20 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:92–94)Anno R R ii xvimo 
  Heading: Incipit Statutum de Anno xxo Regis Ricardi secundi etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘L’.
289139rxx 
290139vAnno R R ii 
  Heading: Expliciunt Statuta Regis Ricardi Secundi.
291140r1 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:111–19)Anno primo R H iiii 
  Note: Elaborately decorated initial ‘H’ with partial border around text.
292140vAnno R H iiii 
293141rPrimoi (?q) 
294141vAnno R H iiii 
295142rPrimoii 
296142vAnno R H iiii 
297143rPrimoiii 
298143vAnno R H iiii 
299144rPrimoiiii 
  Heading: Expliciunt Statuta Regis Henrici quarti et Regni sui primo.
300144vBlank except for pencilled layout 
301145rBlank except for foliation and pencilled layout 
302145vBlank except for header and headingAnno R H iiii 
  Heading: Incipiunt Statuta Regis Henrici quarti Anno Secundo.
303146rsecundo 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
304146vAnno R H iiii 
305147rSecundo 
306147vAnno R H iiii 
307148rSecundo 
308148vAnno R H iiii 
309149rSecundob (could be d) i 
310149vAnno R H iiii 
311150rSecundob ii 
312150vAnno R H iiii 
313151rSecundo 
314151vAnno R H iiii 
315152r4 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:132–43)Quartob iiii 
  Heading: Stat’ H iiiiti iiiito.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
316152vAnno R H iiii 
317153rQuarto 
318153vAnno R H iiii 
319154rQuarto 
320154vAnno R H iiii 
321155rQuarto 
322155vAnno R H iiii 
323156rQuarto 
324156vAnno R H iiii 
325157rQuarto 
326157vAnno R H iiii 
327158r5 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:143–8)Quinto 
  Heading: Statutum apud Westm’ anno quinto.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
328158vAnno R H iiii 
329159rQuinto 
330159vAnno R H iiii 
331160rQuinto 
332160v6 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:148–50)Anno R H iiii 
  Heading: Incipiunt Statuta apud Coventre edita Anno vi Regis Henrici quarti.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
333161rSexto 
334161v7 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:150–8)Anno R H iiii 
  Heading: Stat’ Anno vito.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
335162rSeptimo 
336162vAnno R H iiii 
337163rSeptimo 
338163vAnno R H iiii 
339164rSeptimo 
340164vAnno R H iiii 
341165rSeptimo?a i 
342165vAnno R H iiii 
343166r9 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:158–61)Nonoa ii 
  Heading: Incipiunt Statuta apud Glouc’ Anno nono etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
344166vAnno R H iiii 
345167rNonoa iii 
346167v11 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:162–6)Anno R H iiii 
  Heading: Incipiunt Statuta apud Westm’ Anno undecimo R’ H quarti edita sicut postea patentur.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘D’.
347168rUndecimoa iiii 
348168vAnno R H iiii 
349169rUndecimo 
350169v13 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:166–9)Anno R H iiii 
  Heading: Statut’ Anno terciodecimo etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘M’.
351170rt’ciodecimo 
352170vAnno R H iiii 
353171rt’ciodecimo 
354171v 
  Heading: Expliciunt Statuta Henrici quarti Anno Regni Sui Terciodecimo apud Westm’ edita.
355172rBlank except for foliation and pencilled layout 
356172vBlank except for pencilled layout 
357173r1 Hen. 5. (S.R. 2:170–4)Anno Primo R H vtic i 
  Note: Elaborately decorated initial ‘N’ with partial border around text.
358173vAnno R H vti 
359174rprimo 
360174vAnno R H vti 
361175r2 Hen. 5, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:175–87)Secundo 
  Heading: Incipiunt statuta apud Leycestr’ edita anno Secundo Regis Henrici quinti.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
362175vAnno R H vti 
363176rSecundohi (separated) c iiii 
364176vAnno R H vti 
365177rSecundo+ 
366177vAnno R H vti 
367178rSecundo 
368178vAnno R H vti 
369179rSecundo 
370179vAnno R H vti 
371180rSecundo 
372180vAnno R H vti 
373181rSecundoYes (cut off) 
374181vAnno R H vti 
375182r2 Hen. 5, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:187–90)Secundoon 
  Heading: Statuta apud Westm’ eodem Anno edita etc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
376182vAnno R H vti 
377183rSecundo?d iii 
378183v3 Hen. 5. (S.R. 2:191)Anno R H vti 
  Heading: Incip’ Stat’ apud W Anno tercio etc’.
379184rTercioi 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘F’.
380184v4 Hen. 5, aka 3 Hen. 5, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:192–6)Anno R H vti 
  Heading: Statutum Regis Henrici vti tercio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
381185rTercio 
382185vAnno R H vti 
383186rTercio?pl ii iii 
384186v4 Hen. 5, aka 4 Hen. 5, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:200)Anno R H vti 
  Heading: Statuta eiusdem Regis Anno quarto.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
385187rquarto 
386187vAnno R H vti 
387188rquarto 
388188vAnno R H vti 
389189r8 Hen. 5. (S.R. 2:203)Octavoi (overscored) 
  Heading: Statuta eiusdem Regis apud Westm’ edita Anno r’ sui Octavo etc’.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘E’. (2) Largely duplicated below fol. 192r.
390189v9 Hen. 5, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:204–9)Anno R H vti 
  Heading: Statuta eiusdem Regis apud Westm’ edita Anno regni sui Nono etc’.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘A’. (2) Largely duplicated below fol. 192v–194r.
391190rNonoii 
392190vAnno R H vti 
393191rNonoiii 
394191vAnno R H vti 
395192r8 Hen. 5. (S.R. 1:203)Nono 
  Note: (1) No decorated initial capital. The scribe has added an ‘s’ where it ought to go. (2) The text lacks the preamble found in S.R., but otherwise seems to correspond to the text in S.R. What is found here largely duplicates what it found on fol. 189r. The script of this and following duplication are quite similar to that of the main text. The hand may not be the same.
396192v9 Hen. 5, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:204–9) 
  Heading: Statuta eiusdem Regis apud Westm’ edita anno Regni sui Nono.
  Note: (1) No decorated initial capital. There is a space for one. (2) What is found here largely duplicates what is found on fol. 190r–192r.
397193r 
398193v 
399194r9 Hen. 5, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:209–12)lifo 
  Heading: Statuta eiusdem Regis apud Westm’ edita anno regni sui et nono.
  Note: No decorated initial capital.
400194vAnno R H quinti 
401195rNono 
402195vAnno R H quinti 
403196rNono 
404196v1 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:213–16)Anno primo Reg’ H sexti 
  Note: No decorated initial capital.
405197rPrimo?primo 
406197vanno R H sexti 
407198r2 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:216–227)primo 
  Heading: Statuta eiusdem Regis apud Westm’ edita anno Sc’do.
  Note: No decorated initial capital.
408198vAnno R H sexti 
409199rSc’do?scdo 
410199vAnno R H sexti 
411200rSc’do 
412200vAnno R H sexti 
413201rSc’do 
414201vAnno R H sexti 
415202rSc’do 
416202vAnno R H sexti 
417203rSc’don 
418203vAnno R H Sexti 
419204r3 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:227–8)Sc’do 
  Heading: Statuta de anno tercio Regis Henr’ sexti.
420204vAnno R H sexti 
421205r4 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:229–32)tercio 
  Heading: Incipiunt Statuta de anno quarto Regis Henrici sexti.
  Note: No decorated initial capital.
422205vAnno R H sexti 
423206rquarto 
424206v6 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:232–8)Anno R H sexti quarto 
  Heading: Expliciunt statuta Regis Henrici sexti de Anno quarto Incipiunt statuta eiusdem Regis de Anno Sexto.
  Note: No decorated initial capital.
425207r 
426207v 
427208rAnno R H viti sexto 
428208v 
429209rH viti vito 
430209v 
431210r8 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:238–62)h viti vito 
  Heading: Expliciunt statuta henrici sexti de Anno regni sexti sexto Incipiunt statuta eiusdem Regis de Anno regni sui octavo.
432210v 
433211rAnno R H viti viiio 
434211v 
435212rh viti viiio 
436212v 
437213rh viti viiio?m 
438213v 
439214rh viti viiio 
440214v 
441215rh viti viiio 
442215v 
443216rh viti viiio 
444216v 
445217rh viti viiio 
446217v 
447218rh viti viiio 
448218v 
449219rh viti viiio 
450219v 
451220rh viti viiio 
452220v 
453221rh viti viiio 
454221v 
455222rh viti viiio 
456222v 
457223rh viti viiio 
458223v 
459224r 
460224v 
461225r 
462225v9 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:263–72) 
  Heading: Expliciunt statuta henrici viti de Anno regni sui octavo et Incipiunt statuta de Anno ixo eiusdem regis.
  Note: (1) There is large ink smudge; some text is obscured. (2) The statute breaks off in mid-sentence at the end of the page, with a carryover that does not carry over.
463226rTwo informal notes and pencilled layout 
  Note: Probably 16th c. The first note is in English and needs uv to be read. The second: ‘Adam primus homo damnatus ?est Et cum’.
464226vBlank 
465no fol., no seq.Blank 
466no fol., no seq.Blank 
467no fol., no seq.Back pastedown 
468no fol., no seq.Back cover