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HLS MS No. 29

Calendar; Modus Tenendi Parliamentum
Office of the Steward; Index of Statutes
England. Statutes 1 Edw. 3 to 20 Ric. 2 (MS 29)
England. Statutes 1 Hen. 4 to 8 Edw. 4 (MS 30)

ca. 1468 (?ca. 1502)



<Preliminary introduction>

Manuscripts 29 and 30 may originally have been bound as one. They are now bound separately, but they clearly belong together and have traditionally been, and are best, described together.

The HOLLIS cataloguing may be found here. The description is quite full and useful; some of it, however, is misleading and has been public for some time. We quote it here both for the information that it contains and in order to correct it.

“Title: Statuta nova, 1326-1469

“Provenance:[As in Baker.]

“Description: 2 v. ([216], [229] leaves): vellum ; 25 cm.

“Summary: At the beginning is a calendar and index to statutes from Magna Carta to 23 Henry VI (1441-1444), covering Accusations to Xp̄ien courte, followed by the Modus Tenendi Parliamentum, in Latin and law-French. The statutes covered are from 1 Edward II to 8 Edward IV and begin on fo. 71.

“Spine title: Statutes from I ED III to VII & VIII ED IV

“Notes: Written in long lines, 36 to a full page.

“Statutes contain illuminated initials in colors and gold with floreated borders at the beginning of each reign. The Calendar is in red and black.

“Bound in English green morocco with gilt back and borders.

“First volume numbered HLS MS 29, second volume numbered HLS MS 30.”

The cataloguing in Baker’s English Legal Manuscripts, 1, no. 56 reads as follows:


“MSS. 29–30.

“C.xv, 216 + 229 ff., now bound in two volumes, illum, initials and borders. Preceded by a calendar; Modus tenendi parliamentum; an index of statutes to 23 Henry VI, from Accusations to Xp̄ien courte.

“Calendar includes obit for Richard Pigot (d. 1483), serjeant at law; belonged to Christopher Crispe (entries of births of his children, 1535-1539); later belonged to Bertram (d. 1878), 4th earl of Ashburnham (MS. 187 in App.), and to his son the 5th earl; his sale, S. 1 May 1899, no. 119, to Leighton for George Dunn; his sale, S. 12 Feb. 1913, no. 271; bought privately by HLS.

Census, I, 1028, nos. 29-30; N. Pronay and J. Taylor, Parliamentary Texts of the later Middle Ages (1980), 202.”

We begin by correcting the HOLLIS entry. 1 Edw. 3 is 1327, not 1326, if one uses new style years, as are used throughout HOLLIS. The last session of the parliament of 7 & 8 Edw. 4 was in June of 1468, so that date should be the terminus post quem rather than 1469. The order of the material is as given in Baker, not as given in HOLLIS, i.e., Calendar, followed by Modus tenendi, and then Index of statutes. Neither HOLLIS nor Baker mentions the treatise on the office of the steward of England, which appears between the Modus and the Index. As will appear more fully below, both HOLLIS and Baker seem to be mistaken in identifying the obit on fol. 4v as being that of Richard Pigot, the serjeant who died in 1483.

The bindings of both manuscripts are the same and quite handsome, leather (‘English green morocco’ in HOLLIS, our image does not suggest green, but the color in the image is misleading) covers tooled with floreated designs filled in gold on the borders of the covers. The spines have gold details of flowers and Greek keys with blocks of red behind the titles. Marbled paper with bookplates appear inside both covers. The binding on both volumes is in good condition. The bindings probably date from the 19th century.

Both volumes are written in long lines, 36 to a full page. The script is professional, English semi-cursive. A number of hands are at work, all clearly datable to the 15th century. We hesitate to be more precise than that, but the hands in MS 29 may be earlier than those in MS 30.

The statutes contain illuminated initials in colors and gold with floreated borders at the beginning of each reign. Paragraph marks throughout are in red and blue. The initial Calendar in MS 29 is more elaborate in its decoration: red, blue, and gold ink mixed with black throughout and large gold capitals. Some remarks on the decoration of the alphabetical index is found below.

There is a modern pencilled foliation in the upper-right hand corner on a very few of the folios of MS 29 (e.g., fol. 71r). It begins with the Calendar and ends with the last folio in MS 29 on which there is medieval writing. It corresponds to the digital foliation that we have used. We did not find any foliation in MS 30 and have used a digital foliation that corresponds to that of MS 29.

The quiring in both manuscripts is mostly regular quaternions. There is a bifolium of freestanding endpapers at the beginning of MS 29, and another with a marbled freestanding endpaper tipped in at the beginning of MS 30. There is a ternion of freestanding endpapers in the back of MS 29, a quaternion in MS 30. There is one ternion and one bifolium in the medieval part of MS 29, two ternions and one quinternion in MS 30. Two quires have been bound out of order in MS 30. Collation follows:

MS 29: 12 (seq. 4–7), 26 (fol. 1–6), 3–278 (f. 7–214), 282 (f. 215–216), 296 (seq. 440–445).

MS 30: 12 (+ i tipped in, seq. 4–9), 2–218 (f. 1–159, lacks 1 after 2 and ?126, two quires switched after f. 79), 226 (f. 159–164), 248 (f. 165–180), 2510 (f. 181–190), 26–298 (f. 191–222), 306 (f. 223–227, lacks 1 after 227), 318 (seq. 464–471).

The Calendar on fol. 1r–6v is a perpetual lunar calendar, typical of those used in England in the later Middle Ages. The saints are decidedly in the English pattern. We have not checked to determine whether there are any indications of regional saints. It is laid out in six columns, the first of which is the ‘golden number’, the second the dominical letter, the third the day of the month in Roman reckoning, and the fourth the name of the saint or feast celebrated on that day. The fifth marks, somewhat irregularly, whether the feast has a vigil. The sixth is a ‘d’, which marks some, but not all the feasts, that are in red. It may stand for ‘duplex’, but that would not correspond to the feasts that were, in the pre-1962 Roman Catholic liturgy, ‘doubles’. It may indicate those feasts on which the faithful were supposed to observe a dominical day of rest. The other peculiarity that we have noticed is that a day for Easter is marked on 27 March, something that should not appear in a single-year perpetual calendar. Easter fell on 27 March in 1440 and not again until 1502. The former seems too early for our calendar, the latter may be too late.

Folio 4v notes the death of a Richard Pigot in a different script. If we accept Baker’s identification of the Richard Pigot in question as being the serjeant of that name, the calendar must date from before his death in 1483. There are reasons, however, to doubt the identification. Richard Pigot, the serjeant, died on 3 June 1483. (The evidence for that in Baker, Men of Court, 2:1277, is solid.) The note on fol. 4v is not easy to read (it may be in the same hand that notes the birth of Crispe’s children), but it is next to 6 August and seems to say: ‘Obitus Ricardus Pygott generosus anno domini M C xxvi littera dominicali tunc existente ?G et anno regni Henrici viij xviij.’ The dominical letter in 1526 was G. The letter given in the manuscript could be ‘E’, in which case it is wrong. Everything else tracks with 6 August 1526, a generation later than the death of Richard Pigot the serjeant.

As Baker notes, the Calendar also contains (fol. 2v) notes of the births of the children of one Christopher Crispe in the years 1535–1539. The eldest and heir presumptive, Henry, was born at a place that Crispe calls ‘Copton’, which may be Copt Hewick in Yorks., WR. That may provide a connection with Richard Pigot, the serjeant. Copt Hewick is 2 miles east of Ripon, Pigot’s place of origin. Pigot remained associated with Yorkshire throughout his long career. It is possible that the obit is that of his son, but this needs more exploration.

To return to the problem of the date of the calendar: we can now no longer be sure that it antedates 1483. The hand seems to antedate 1502, but it is a book hand and calendars tend to be conservative in their style. The decoration is definitely more elaborate than that in the rest of the manuscript, with extensive use of red and blue and the initial ‘KL’ in gold leaf. It may well be a later addition; there is nothing that connects it with the rest of the manuscript. Hence, we would say that it definitely dates from before 1526, perhaps 1502, although Easter also fell on 27 March in 1513 and 1524.

The tract on the office of the steward of England appears to be the same as that printed in L. W. Vernon-Harcourt, His Grace the Steward and Trial of Peers (London 1907) 164–7 (trans. in id., p. 148–51). The incipit and explicit are the same with minor spelling variations. (Incipit: ‘Hic annotatur quis sit Sesencallus Anglie et quid eius officium. Senescallia anglie pertinent ad comitivam leycestre et pertinuit ab antiquo’. Explicit: ‘tanquam inimicus publicus Regis et regni decollatus apud le Glakelowe in Com’ Warr’’.) How far the whole text differs from what Vernon-Harcourt printed we have not explored. Whether we should attribute this tract to the reign of Edward II, as Vernon-Harcourt does with some hesitation (p. 144), is a matter about which we may have some doubt. Vernon-Harcourt dates one of his manuscripts to the reign of Richard II, the other three to the fifteenth century, as, of course, this one is.

The alphabetical index is written in a professional hand. It does not seem to be the hand that wrote the last statutes, although there is no reason not to date it to the second half of the 15th century. The decorative pattern is roughly like that of the main manuscript with red and blue paragraph marks throughout. There is, however, some filling in of the loops of the letters, something that is not characteristic of the main manuscript. The elaborately decorated initial ‘Q’ at the beginning does not seem to be the work of the same artist who produced the elaborately decorated initials in the main manuscript. It is in a somewhat different style. There are no braces joining the abridgements of the statutes to their lemmata, and the braces joining the abridgements to the citations of the statutes are done in pen-and-ink by the main scribe.

There are a large number of lemmata, running, roughly alphabetically, from ‘Accusacions’ to ‘Xp̄ien court’. In the Detailed Contents, we have transcribed as marginalia (crudely, more work is needed here) 385 lemmata, almost double the average (200) found in MS 40, 170, and 185. We have argued in the introductions to those manuscripts that the indices found in them are all variants on the same text, and hence not drawn from the contents of the manuscript. Not only do the lemmata in this manuscript differ from the common pattern of MS 40, 170, and 185, the index also differs in what it cites, and in the fact that it includes abridgements of all of the statutes, whereas the abridgements in MS 40, 170 and 185 are highly selective. In this regard, this index is more like that in MS 10, which we have already argued is an ancestor of that printed by Lettou and Mechlina in 1481. It is not, however, nearly so close to the printed abridgement as is the index in MS 10. It bears the closest resemblance to the index found in MS 21. Indeed, the wording of the entries under the lemmata ‘Accusacions’ in this manuscript and ‘Accusements’ in MS 21 is almost the same and seems to have been derived from the same source. This index differs from that in MS 21 in that, like MS 40, 170, and 185, it contains citations to statutes that antedate Edward III. As the heading says, it contains statutes beginning with Magna Carta and going up to and through 20 Henry VI. We have not checked to see if there are any beyond that. We are virtually certain that it does not extend, as does the main manuscript, to 8 Edward IV.

It is possible that this index was compiled from two previous indices, one which indexed statutes from Edward III forward, and one which indexed what later came to be called ‘Statuta Vetera’. Citations to statutes prior to Edward III are grouped together and sometimes appear after those from Edward III forward if they are not entered under different lemmata. The presence of these citations and the fact that the index stops, so far as we have determined, with 20 Henry VI strongly suggest that it is an independent text, not one compiled from the contents of the manuscript.

We did not search systematically for marginal notes on the statutes. There are some. There seem to be few, if any, on the statutes of Edward III. We found a one in 5 Ric. 2, two more in 13 Ric. Beginning with 16 Ric. 2, they are quite extensive, a brief summary of the contents of each chapter. This runs to the end of Richard II. A similar set of summaries is found in 2 Hen. 4, another in 2 Hen. 5 stat. 1, but few, if any, thereafter. The script of these marginalia is more informal than that of the base text, but the hand is not so informal that it has to have been done by an owner. They may have been copied from other manuscripts.

After the statutes of 7 & 8 Edw. 4 in the main manuscript, there is written in a more informal hand, probably of the late 15th century, a version of Judicium pillorie. After a Latin heading, the text is in English and is quite different from that given for Judicium pillorie in S.R. 1:201 ff. It gives what is described as ‘the assize’ of the miller, the baker, the brewer, and the butcher. There is room on fol. 227v for more text, but the fact that all of the subheadings begin with ‘b’ suggests that the list may not be complete. We may be skeptical of the suggestion in the heading that these provisions were somehow ‘enacted’ in Edward III’s last parliament. There are no recorded statutes for that parliament, and the rolls of it do not suggest that there was any discussion of this topic. Who the ‘king of the market’ mentioned in the heading was deserves more attention than we have been able to give it, as does the whole text.

The analysis of the statutes in both volumes shows that the contents of the statutes tracks closely the contents of S.R. for the monarchs in question. There are no statutes that are not in S.R. We have not checked to see if anything in S.R. is missing, but if there is, it is something quite minor. This fact, coupled with the probable but not certain connection with Pigot, suggests that this is very much a lawyer’s statute book. Its contents seem to have been derived immediately or mediately from the statute roll. It is a high-quality production, something that a serjeant could have afforded.

The analysis of MS 29 follows. For technical reasons, the analysis of MS 30 is found on a separate page.


Summary Contents

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  Seq. Fol. No. Item  
8–19f. 1r–6v1Calendar of feast days and saints’ days from January to December 
20–32f. 7r–13r2Modus tenendi parliamentum (Not in S.R.) 
32–35f. 13r–14v3On the Office of the Steward of England (Not in S.R.) 
36–140f. 15r–67r4Alphabetical index of statutes 
148–152f. 71r–73r51 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:251–4) 
152–155f. 73r–74v61 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:255–7) 
155–161f. 74v–77v7Statute of Northampton, 2 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:257–61) 
161–166f. 77v–80r84 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:261–5) 
166–171f. 80r–82v95 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:265–9) 
171–173f. 82v–83v109 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:273–4) 
173–177f. 83v–85v119 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:269–72) 
177–178f. 85v–86r1210 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:275) 
178–180f. 86r–87r1310 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:276–8) 
180–181f. 87r–87v1411 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:280–1) 
181–194f. 87v–94r1514 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:281–9) 
194–195f. 94r–94v1614 Edw. 3, stat. 3 (S.R. 1:292) 
195–197f. 94v–95v1714 Edw. 3, stat. 4 (S.R. 1:292–4) 
197–200f. 95v–97r1814 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:289–92) 
200–202f. 97r–98r1917 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:299) 
202–203f. 98r–98v2015 Edw. 3, stat. 3 (S.R. 1:297–8) 
203–204f. 98v–99r2118 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:299) 
204–206f. 99r–100r2218 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:300–1) 
206–208f. 100r–101r2318 Edw. 3, stat. 3 (S.R. 1:302–3) 
208–210f. 101r–102r2420 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:303–5) 
210–212f. 102r–103r25Ordinance of labourers, 23 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:307–9) 
213–217f. 103v–105v26Statute of labourers, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:311–13) 
217–220f. 105v–107r27Ordinance for the clergy, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 6 (S.R. 1:324–26) 
220–223f. 107r–108v28Statutum de pannis, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 3 (S.R. 1:314–16) 
223–230f. 108v–112r2925 Edw. 3, stat. 5 (S.R. 1:319–24) 
230–231f. 112r–112v30Statutum pro hiis qui nati sunt in partibus transmarinis, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:310) 
231–236f. 112v–115r31Statute of provisors, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 4 (S.R. 1:316–18) 
236–240f. 115r–117r32Statute of praemunire, 27 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:329–31) 
240–256f. 117r–125r33Ordinance of the staple, 27 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:332–42) 
256–257f. 125r–125v34Ordinatio de feodis maiorum et constabularium stapule, ?27 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:343–4) 
257–263f. 125v–128v3528 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:345–9) 
263–268f. 128v–131r3631 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:349–53) 
268–270f. 131r–132r37Ordinatio facta de allece vendend’, 31 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:353–5) 
270–277f. 132r–135v3834 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:364–9) 
277–279f. 135v–136v39Ordinatio facta de allece, 35 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:369–70) 
279–286f. 136v–140r4036 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:371–6) 
286–288f. 140r–141r41De perdona facta communitati regni Anglie, 36 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:376–8) 
288–291f. 141r–142v42Statutum de victu et vestitu, 37 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:378–83) 
291–293f. 142v–143v4338 Edw. 3, stat. 1 (S.R. 1:383–5) 
293–296f. 143v–145r4438 Edw. 3, stat. 2 (S.R. 1:385–7) 
296–298f. 145r–146r4542 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:388–90) 
298–302f. 146r–148r4643 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:390–2) 
302–303f. 148r–148v4745 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:393) 
303–303f. 148v–148v4847 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:395) 
303–307f. 148v–150v49De perdonacionibus et gratiis factis per Regem communitati regni sui Anglie, 50 Edw. 3 (S.R. 1:396–8) 
307–313f. 150v–153v501 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:1–5) 
313–318f. 153v–156r51Statute of Gloucester, 2 Ric. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:6–11) 
318–320f. 156r–157r522 Ric. 2, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:12) 
320–323f. 157r–158v533 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:13–15) 
323–324f. 158v–159r54Statute of Northampton, 4 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:16) 
324–333f. 159r–163v555 Ric. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:17–23) 
333–337f. 163v–165v565 Ric. 2, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:23–26) 
337–342f. 165v–168r576 Ric. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:26–30) 
342–344f. 168r–169r586 Ric. 2, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:30–31) 
344–349f. 169r–171v597 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:31–36) 
349–351f. 171v–172v608 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:36–7) 
351–353f. 172v–173v619 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:38–9) 
353–368f. 173v–181r6211 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:39–55) 
368–375f. 181r–184v6312 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:55–60) 
375–384f. 184v–189r6413 Ric. 2, stat. 1 (S.R. 2:61–68) 
384–391f. 189r–192v6513 Ric. 2, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:68–74) 
391–394f. 192v–194r6614 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:76–77) 
394–400f. 194r–197r6715 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:78–82) 
400–406f. 197r–200r6816 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:82–87) 
406–412f. 200r–203r6917 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:87–92) 
412–437f. 203r–215v7021 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:94–110) 
437–439f. 215v–216v7120 Ric. 2 (S.R. 2:92–94) 


Detailed Contents

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Seq. Fol. Label Header Sig.  
2Front cover 
3Inside front cover, marbled, with bookplates: From the Library of the Earl of Ashburnham, Appendix No. CLXXXVII, May 1897; From the Library of George Dunn of Woolley Hall Near Maidenhead 
4Library reference marks 
81rCalendar of feast days and saints’ days from January to December 
  Note: Elaborately laid out with gold leaf and decorated capitals, with notes of births and deaths in an informal hand.
  Note: Notes in an informal hand of the births of the children of one Christopher Crispe in the years 1535–1539. See the introduction.
  Note: Note in the ?same informal hand of the death of a Richard Pigot, 6 August 1526. See the introduction.
207rModus tenendi parliamentum. (Not in S.R.) 
  Note: (1) Elaborately decorated initial ‘H’ with floral scrollwork in margins. (2) Decorated initial ‘A’.
3213rOn the Office of the Steward of England. (Not in S.R.) 
  Heading: (1) Explicit modus parliamenti. (2) Hic annotatur quis sit Sesencallus Anglie et quid eius officium.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘S’. (2) For the tract on the office of the steward of England, see the introduction.
3615rAlphabetical index of statutes 
  Heading: Incipit Calendare o’nu’ statutuor’ a principio magne carte usqs in annu’ XXm H VIti cum eodem Anno XXmo.
  Marginalia: (1) l’ra A, (2) Accusacions, (3) Accomptez.
  Note: Elaborately decorated initial ‘Q’, vaguely floral.
  Marginalia: (1) Addicions, (2) Administratours, (3) Admirall, (4) Aide de Roy.
  Marginalia: (1) Alienac’o’n, (2) Aliens.
  Marginalia: (1) Ambidext’, (2) Amerciament, (3) Apparayll, (4) Appell.
  Marginalia: (1) Apprentice, (2) Appropriac’o’n dez Esglises.
  Marginalia: (1) Armure, (2) Arraye, (3) Arestez.
  Marginalia: (1) Arsure dez measons, (2) Artificacers et laborers.
  Marginalia: Assache.
  Marginalia: Assises.
  Marginalia: (1) Ass’ de mordamic’, (2) Ass’ ultie presentac’o’is.
  Marginalia: (1) Ass’ de Noisaunce, (2) Atteynt, (3) Esson’.
  Marginalia: Attournes.
  Marginalia: (1) Averementes, (2) Aunage.
  Marginalia: (1) Auncell, (2) Auru’ Regine, (3) l’ra B, (4) Baillyf, (5) Bastardie.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘B’.
  Marginalia: (1) Berbites, (2) Berwyke, (3) Beaupleder, (4) Bigamye, (5) Blees, (6) Boteler’ de Roy.
  Marginalia: (1) Browderers, (2) Brees, (3) Bref, (4) Brito’ns.
  Marginalia: (1) Bullion, (2) Bure et Furmage, (3) l’ra C, (4) Caleys, (5) Cere, (6) Cestre, (7) Chaceours, (8) Chalange de jurroure.
  Marginalia: (1) Champartie, (2) Chapeleyns, (3) Chapiters dez masons, (4) Chaters de pardo’n.
  Marginalia: (1) Chastels, (2) Cippes, (3) Cirografer’, (4) Cisternx, (5) Clerke del crone.
  Marginalia: (1) Clerkes des courtz de Roy, (2) Clerkes de lescheker, (3) Clerke destat’ marchaunt’, (4) Clerk de market, (5) Clerke de viscunt, (6) Clerkes des universitees.
  Marginalia: (1) Coket dez laynes, (2) Collecte dez Ministres, (3) Collectours, (4) Colus[ioun] des terres, (5) Co’en banke.
  Marginalia: (1) Coi’altes, (2) Co’myssioners et lour co’myssyons.
  Marginalia: (1) Concelementz, (2) Confederacies, (3) Conus, (3) Conspiratours, (4) Constable.
  Marginalia: (1) Consultac’on, (2) Convocac’ons, (3) Cordewayners, (4) Corone, (5) Coroner, (6) Corpus cu’ causa.
  Marginalia: (1) Comite, (2) Comitours dez mensangez, (3) Count’ple de voucher et de garr’, (4) Crekes, (5) Cimage.
  Marginalia: Custums.
  Marginalia: (1) Custumers et Countrollers, (2) Cessavit, (3) Cui in vita.
  Marginalia: (1) Certificat, (2) Co’es plees, (3) Ch’ge de measo’n de Religio’n, (4) Contra forma collacionis, (5) Chamb’dekyns, (6) Conspiratours, (7) Contra forma’ feoffame’ti, (8) l’ra D, (9) Decies t’m, (10) Defaute.
  Marginalia: (1) Delyveraunce, (2) Dames, (3) Denemark, (4) Dette.
  Marginalia: (1) Dismes, (2) Desceit, (3) Discontinuance, (4) Distresse, (5) Dorchester, (6) Drap’s.
  Marginalia: (1) Drap’s, (2) Duresse, (3) Dower, (4) l’ra E, (5) Elecc’o’n.
  Marginalia: (1) Encombent, (2) Enditementz.
  Marginalia: (1) Englishere, (2) Englet’re, (3) Enquestes, (4) Entre one Force, (5) Errour.
  Marginalia: Eschaungez.
  Marginalia: (1) Escheker, (2) Eschetours.
  Marginalia: (1) Eskippeson’, (2) Esson’, (3) Estatut marchant et destaple.
  Marginalia: (1) Esteyn’, (2) Estretes, (3) Evesqz, (4) Ewes, (5) Executours.
  Marginalia: (1) Execuc’o’n, (2) Exemplificac’o’ns, (3) Exigend’, (4) Expensis.
  Marginalia: (1) Extorc’o’ns, (2) Eschete, (3) Eschap’ de laro’n, (4) Estreppeme’t, (5) Ex parte talis, (6) l’ra F, (7) Fayres, (2) Faitours, (3) Faucon’.
  Marginalia: Faux Countez et mensonges, (2) Faux iuge’t, (3) Feffementz, (4) Felonie.
  Marginalia: (1) Fermes, (2) Ferre.
  Marginalia: (1) Faitez, (2) File de layn’, (3) Fyme et ordure, (4) Fynes, (5) Fynes de t’re, (6) Flete.
  Marginalia: (1) Forcible entre, (2) Forest de Dene, (3) Forest, (4) Foreyn suytes, (5) Forfeitures.
  Marginalia: (1) Forger dez Faitez, (2) Formage et Bure, (3) Forstallers, (4) Fourcher, (5) Fraunchis’.
  Marginalia: (1) Frank elecc’o’n, (2) Freres, (3) Frette dez Nyefs, (4) l’ra G, (5) Galees.
  Marginalia: (1) Gaols et lour delyveraunces, (2) Gardeyn de Flete, (3) Gascoyn, (4) Gauges des vyns.
  Marginalia: (1) Gyldes et Fraternitees, (2) Glendour’, (3) Guerre, (4) Garde a Roy.
  Marginalia: (1) Garde all’ co’en persone, (2) Garde Waste, (3) Garde ravyse, (4) Garde engette, (5) Garde de droit, (6) Garde du sokage, (7) Garde dez temperaltees, (8) Garrouste.
  Marginalia: (1) Heryng, (2) Heresie, (3) Hibernia.
  Marginalia: (1) Hospitals, (2) Hostilers, (3) Hostes, (4) Housebots et haybots, (5) Hugh despens’.
  Marginalia: (1) Hundr’, (2) Hunters, (3) l’ra I, (4) Idemptitate nominis, (5) Insurreccons dez co’ens, (6) Irroys, (7) Juelles, (8) Jugementz.
  Marginalia: (1) Justice de Nisi prius, (2) Justic’ de pees.
  Marginalia: (1) Justic’ dass’, (2) Justice de Gaole delyverer, (3) Justic’ doier et terminer.
  Marginalia: (1) Justice de Nisi prius, (2) Justic’ de pees.
  Marginalia: (1) Joyndre de mys, (2) Justice en Eire.
  Marginalia: (1) Ingressus, (2) Issue, (3) Keels, (4) Kedels, (5) Laborers et artificers, (4) Layns, (5) Lancastre, (6) Launcegays, (7) Ley gage.
  Marginalia: (1) Letters, (2) Lebell, (3) Liberteez, (4) Leyns penals, (5) Lyvere dez Draps.
  Marginalia: (1) Lyverye de companye, (2) Lollardes, (3) Lumbardes, (4) Lieutenaunt, (5) Lymitac’o’n dez bryefs, (6) Lestaple.
  Marginalia: (1) Mayntenaunce, (2) Marchall de bank le Roy, (3) Marchalsie.
  Marginalia: (1) Marchandisez eskippes, (2) Marchantz engleys.
  Marginalia: (1) Marchauntz estraunges.
  Marginalia: (1) Mariners, (2) Meer, (3) Melcombe.
  Marginalia: (1) Mendynantez (2) Mensongez, (3) Merke et reprisell, (4) Mesprisyo’n, (5) Mesures.
  Marginalia: Money.
  Marginalia: (1) Mortmayn, (2) Multiplicac’o’n, (3) Murage, (4) Maheymes, (5) Mesne.
  Marginalia: (1) Maynpernours, (2) Martyns, (3) l’ra N, (4) Natum partibz transmarinis, (5) Niefs, (6) Norwey, (7) Nisi prius.
  Marginalia: (1) Novell, (2) Nouncleyme, (3) Nounplevyn, (4) Nounsuyte, (5) Nountenure, (6) Nusaunce, (7) Ne Iniuste Vexes.
  Marginalia: (1) Officers, (2) Officium vic’, (3) Officium coronatoris, (4) Oiers et termyner’, (5) Orpheours.
  Marginalia: (1) Odio et Atia, (2) Oxonford’s, (3) Ordinares, (4) l’ra P, (5) Pakker.
  Marginalia: (1) Panell, (2) Pape, (3) Pardo’n, (4) Parliamentz.
  Marginalia: (1) Passage, (2) Pateynmakers.
  Marginalia: (1) Patentes, (2) Pollure, (3) Petic’o’ns du Roy, (4) Piers du Roialme.
  Marginalia: (1) Pipe dell Escheker, (2) Pleer, (3) Poundage et tonnage, (4) Pomites, (5) Procheours.
  Marginalia: (1) Prendre dez profitez, (2) Presentement all esgl’se, (3) Priours aliens, (4) Procedendo, (5) Processe.
  Marginalia: (1) Prohibuc’o’n, (2) Protecc’o’ns, (3) Provisio’n.
  Marginalia: (1) Purchace, (2) Purgac’o’n, (3) Purveiours.
  Marginalia: (1) Priorite de Feffement, (2) Purpresture, (3) Precipe in capito.
  Marginalia: (1) Quare Impedit, (2) Quynsym’, (3) Quarentene, (4) Q’d ei deforciat, (5) Q’d promittat, (6) l’ra R, (7) Royigne, (8) Rape.
  Marginalia: (1) Resceit, (2) Recordes.
  Marginalia: (1) Resonable Aide, (2) Restituc’o’n, (3) Riotes et Routes.
  Marginalia: (1) Ryvers, (2) Robb’ye sur le meers, (3) Rumpours dez Trowes, (4) Relyef’, (5) Redissi’n, (6) Replevyn et on nemy, (7) Retourne.
  Marginalia: (1) Salarye dez Chapelayns, (2) Salmons, (3) Serjauntes darmes, (4) Sauscondites, (5) Seygnours, (6) Seynt esglise.
  Marginalia: (1) Seyntuarie, (2) Seyntures, (3) Seneschall et marschall, (4) Sercheour’.
  Marginalia: (1) Sewers, (2) Silva sidua, (3) Sowdeours, (4) Southeschetour, (5) South vic’, (6) Spicere, (7) Staple.
  Marginalia: Sub pena.
  Marginalia: (1) Subsidie, (2) Suerte, (3) Som’ del pipe, (4) Suours.
  Marginalia: (1) Scutagiu’, (2) Secta faciend’s, (3) Seism’ le Roy, (4) Silva sidua, (5) l’ra T, (6) Taverners, (7) Tanners, (8) Taxes.
  Marginalia: (1) Temporaltees dez Enesqz, (2) Testes dez fetes, (3) Thraves, (4) Thromes, (5) Tourne dez vic’, (6) Travers.
  Marginalia: (1) Traylbasto’n, (2) Treso’n, (3) Trans.
  Marginalia: (1) Tryall, (2) Trewes, (3) Tronour’, (4) Tener per Chartell gard’, (5) Tolle.
  Marginalia: (1) Tayll, (2) Tesmoignes, (3) l’ra V, (4) Vagarauntez, (5) Vert cere, (6) Vestur’ et pellour’, (7) Viscountes.
  Marginalia: (1) Vylleyns, (2) Vyns.
  Marginalia: Vytayllers.
  Marginalia: (1) Vilager, (2) Wast, (3) Wexchaundelers, (4) Wynchestre.
  Marginalia: (1) Wrek de mere, (2) Worsted’s, (3) Usure, (4) Voucher, (5) Wareyn’, (6) Venerye, (7) Visus t’re.
  Heading: Explicit Calendar’.
  Marginalia: Xp̄ien court.
14871r1 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:251–4)Anno primo E. t’cii10 
  Note: (1) Elaborately decorated initial ‘C’ with floral border. (2) Modern foliation ‘71’.
15072rprimo E. iii 
15273r1 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:255–7)primo E. iii 
  Heading: Aliud Statut’ eodem anno edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
15474rprimo E. iii 
15574vStatute of Northampton, 2 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:257–61)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Norh’t’ a’o sc’do.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
15675riido E. iii 
15876rsc’do E iii 
16077rsc’do E. iii 
16177v4 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:261–5)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ anno quarto edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
16278riiiito E. iii 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
16479riiiito E. iii11 
16680r5 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:265–9)v E. iii 
  Heading: Statut’ ap’d Westm’ anno vto edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘W’.
16881rv E. iii 
17082rv E. iii 
17182v9 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:273–4)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Ebor’ a’o ixo edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
17283rix E iii 
17383v9 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:269–72)anno 
  Heading: Aliud statut’ eod’m anno edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
17484rix E iii 
17685rixo E iii 
17785v10 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:275)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ anno decimo edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
17886r10 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:276–8)x E iii 
  Heading: aliud statut’ eod’m anno edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
18087r11 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:280–1)x E iii12 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ a’o xio edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
18187v14 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:281–9)Statut’ anno xiiii edit’anno 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
18489rxiiii E iii 
18690rxiiii E iii 
18891rxiiiio E iii 
19092rxiiiio E iii 
19293rxiiii E iii 
19494r14 Edw. 3, stat. 3. (S.R. 1:292)xiiiio E iii 
  Heading: Prerogativa Regis eod’ a’o.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘L’.
19594v14 Edw. 3, stat. 4. (S.R. 1:292–4)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ de clero eod’m a’o.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘E’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
19695rxiiiio E iii 
19795v14 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:289–92)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ prelator’ eod’m a’o edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
19896rxiiii E iii 
20097r17 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:299)xvii E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ hib’n’ anno xviio edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
20298r15 Edw. 3, stat. 3. (S.R. 1:297–8)xviii E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ ap’d Westm’ anno xviiio.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘F’. (2) The statute here called 18 Edw. 3 is actually 15 Edw. 3, stat. 3.
20398v18 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:299)anno 
  Heading: aliud eod’m anno.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
20499r18 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:300–1)xviii E iii 
  Heading: aliud statut’ eod’m anno edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘F’.
206100r18 Edw. 3, stat. 3. (S.R. 1:302–3)xviii E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ de clero e’d’m a’o.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
208101r20 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:303–5)xxo E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ contra Justic’ xxo edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
210102rOrdinance of labourers, 23 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:307–9) 
  Heading: Statut’ de operariis anno xxiiio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘Q’.
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
212103rxxiii E iii14 
213103vStatute of labourers, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:311–13)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ de servientib’z anno xxvto.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
214104rxxvo E iii 
216105rxxvo E iii 
  Note: A footnote/insertion is indicated by a t-cross.
217105vOrdinance for the clergy, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 6. (S.R. 1:324–26) 
  Heading: aliud statut’ eod’m anno edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
218106rxxvo E iii 
220107rStatutum de pannis, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 3. (S.R. 1:314–16)xxxvo E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ de pannis eod’m a’o.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘I’.
222108rxxvo E iii 
223108v25 Edw. 3, stat. 5. (S.R. 1:319–24)anno 
  Heading: aliud statut’ eod’m anno edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
224109rxxv E iii 
226110rxxvo E iii 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
228111rxxv E iii15 
230112rStatutum pro hiis qui nati sunt in partibus transmarinis, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:310)xxv E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ de natis ex’ra regnu’ eod’ a’o.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
231112vStatute of provisors, 25 Edw. 3, stat. 4. (S.R. 1:316–18)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ de ad voc’ eod’m a’o.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
232113rxxv E iii 
234114rxxvo E iii 
236115rStatute of praemunire, 27 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:329–31)xxvii E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ ap’d Westm’ a’o xxviio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
238116rxxvii E iii 
240117rOrdinance of the staple, 27 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:332–42)xxvii E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ de stapula eod’m a’o.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
242118rxxviio E iii 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
244119rxxviio E iii16 
246120rxxvii E iii 
248121rxxviio E iii 
250122rxxvii E iii 
252123rxxvii E iii 
254124rxxvii E iii 
256125rOrdinatio de feodis maiorum et constabularium stapule, ?27 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:343–44)xxvii E iii 
  Heading: Ordinac’o de feod’s maior’ et con’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
257125v28 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:345–9)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ anno xxviiio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
258126rxxviiio E iii 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
260127rxxviii E iii 
262128rxxviii E iii 
263128v31 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:349–53)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ edit’ a’o xxxio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
264129rxxxio E iii 
266130rxxxi E iii 
268131rOrdinatio facta de allece vendend’, 31 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:353–5)xxxi E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ de allece eod’m anno.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
270132r34 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:364–9)xxxiiii E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ a’o xxxiiiito edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
272133rxxxiiii E iii 
274134rxxxiiii E iii 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
276135rxxxiiii E iii18 
277135vOrdinatio facta de allece, 35 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:369–70)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ de allece eod’m a’o edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
278136rxxxiiii E iii 
279136v36 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. 1:371–6)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ a’o xxxvito.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
280137rxxxvi E iii 
282138rxxxvi E iii 
284139rxxxvio E iii 
286140rCarta De perdona facta communitati regni Anglie, 36 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:376–8)xxxvi E iii 
  Heading: Carta perdon’ eod’m anno edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
288141rStatutum de victu et vestitu, 37 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:378–83)xxxvii E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ a’o xxxviio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘L’.
290142rxxxvii E iii 
291142v38 Edw. 3, stat. 1. (S.R. )anno 
  Heading: Statut’ ap’d Westm’ anno xxxviiio.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘N’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
292143rxxxviii E iii 
293143v38 Edw. 3, stat. 2. (S.R. 1:385–7)anno 
  Heading: aliud statut’ eod’m anno edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
294144rxxxviii E iii 
296145r42 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:388–90)xliio E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ anno xliio edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
298146r43 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:390–2)xliii E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ anno xliiio.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
300147rxliii E iii 
302148r45 Edw. 3. (S.R. 1:393)xlv E iii 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ a’o xlv edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
303148v(1) 47 Edw. 3. (2) De perdonacionibus et gratiis factis per Regem communitati regni sui Anglie, 50 Edw. 3. (S.R. [1] 1:395 [2] 1:396–8)anno 
  Heading: (1) Statut’ apud Westm’ anno xlviio. (2) Statut’ apud Westm’ a’o Lo edit’.
  Note: Decorated initials ‘P’ and ‘D’.
304149rl E iii 
306150rlo E iii 
307150v1 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:1–5)anno 
  Heading: Expliciu’n statut’ Regis E t’cii p’ conquest’ Incipit stat’ Regis Ric’i iidi p’ conqu’ a’o primo.
  Note: (1) Elaborately decorated initial ‘R’ with floral border. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
308151rprimo R ii20 
310152rprimo R ii 
312153rprimo R ii 
313153vStatute of Gloucester, 2 Ric. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:6–11)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ anno iido ap’d Glouc’ edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
314154riido R ii 
316155rii R ii 
318156r2 Ric. 2, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:12)ii R ii 
  Heading: aliud statut’ apud Westm’ eod’m anno edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
320157r3 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:13–15)t’cio R ii 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ a’o t’cio edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
322158rt’cio R ii 
323158vStatute of Northampton, 4 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:16)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ ap’d Norh’t a’o iiiito edit’.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘R’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
324159r5 Ric. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:17–23)iiii et v R ii21 
  Heading: Statut’ anno quinto edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
326160rv R ii 
328161rv R ii 
330162rv R ii 
332163rv R ii 
333163v5 Ric. 2, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:23–26)anno 
  Heading: aliud Statut’ eod’m anno edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
334164rv R ii 
336165rv R ii 
337165v6 Ric. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:26–30)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ ap’d Westm’ anno vito edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
338166rvio R iii 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
340167rvito R ii 
342168r6 Ric. 2, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:30–31)vi R ii 
  Heading: aliud statut’ eod’m anno edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
344169r7 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:31–36)vii R ii 
  Heading: Statut’ a’o vii edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘R’.
346170rvii R ii 
348171rvii R ii 
349171v8 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:36–7)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ anno octavo etc’.
350172rviii R ii 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
351172v9 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:38–9)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ a’o ix edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
352173rix R ii 
353173v11 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:39–55)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ a’o xio edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
354174rxio R ii 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
356175rxi R ii23 
358176rxi R ii 
360177rxi R ii 
362178rxi R ii 
364179rxi R ii 
366180rxi R ii 
368181r12 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:55–60)xii R ii 
  Heading: Statut’ ap’d Cantebr’ a’o xiio edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
370182rxii R ii 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
372183rxii R ii24 
374184rxii R ii 
375184v13 Ric. 2, stat. 1. (S.R. 2:61–68)anno 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ anno xiiio edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
376185rxiii R ii 
378186rxiii R ii 
380187rxiii R ii 
382188rxiii R ii 
384189r13 Ric. 2, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:68–74)xiii R ii 
  Heading: aliud statut’ eod’m anno edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
386190rxiii R ii 
388191rxiii R ii 
390192rxiii R ii 
391192v14 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:76–77)Anno 
  Heading: Stat’ apud Westm’ an’o xiiiimo edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
392193rxiiiio R ii 
394194r15 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:78–82)xvo R ii 
  Heading: Statut’ apud Westm’ anno xvmo edit’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
396195rxv R ii 
398196rxv R ii 
399196vAnno xv 
400197r16 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:82–87)Anno xvi R ii 
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘N’. (2) The decorated initial begins a text without a heading.
402198rxvi R ii 
404199rxvio R iidi 
406200r17 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:87–92)xviio R ii 
  Heading: Statutum apud Westmonasterium editu’ Anno xviimo.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
408201rxviio R ii26 
410202rxviio R ii 
412203r21 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:94–110)xxio R ii 
  Heading: Incipiu’t statuta R Ricardi secundi vicesimo primo edita.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘F’.
414204rxxio R ii 
416205rxxio R ii 
418206rxxio R iidi 
420207rxxio R ii 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
422208rxxio R ii27 
424209rxxio R ii 
426210rxxio R ii 
428211rxxio R ii 
430212rxxio R ii 
432213rxxio R ii 
434214rxxio R ii 
436215rxxio R ii 
437215v20 Ric. 2. (S.R. 2:92–94)Anno 
  Heading: Incipit statutum apud Westm’ Anno regni’ Regis Ric’i sc’di vicesimo editum.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘L’. (2) Carryover indicating quire break.
438216rxxo R ii 
  Note: Modern foliation ‘216’.
  Heading: Expliciunt statut’ Regis Ric’i Sc’di.
445Blank marbled endpaper 
446Inside back cover, with bookplates: From the Library of George Dunn, Gift of the Alumni of the Harvard Law School 
447Back cover