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HLS MS No. 80

England. Statutes, Magna Carta to 27 Edw. 1; Tracts
England. Statutes, 6 Hen. 4 to 8 Hen. 6

ca. 1299, ca. 1430

http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HLS.LIBR:13405799

 

 

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Summary Contents

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  Seq. Fol. No. Item  
14–20f. 1r–4r1Magna Carta, as confirmed 25 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:114–19) 
20–23f. 4r–5v2Forest Charter, 9 Hen. 3 (S.R. 1:26–7 (first numbering)) 
24–27f. 6r–7v3Provisions of Merton, 20 Hen. 3 (S.R. 1:1–4) 
27–38f. 7v–13r4Statute of Marlborough, 52 Hen. 3 (S.R. 1:19–25) 
38–43f. 13r–15v5Statute of Gloucester, 6 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:45–50) 
43–44f. 15v–16r6‘Explanation’ of statute of Gloucester, 6 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:50) 
44–63f. 16r–25v7Statute of Westminster I, 3 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:26–39) 
63–98f. 25v–43r8Statute of Westminster II, 13 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:71–95) 
98–102f. 43r–45r9‘Statutes of the Exchequer’, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:197 (semel) – (ter)) 
102–104f. 45r–46r10Districtiones scaccarii, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:197 (ter) – 198) 
105–108f. 46v–48r11Statute of Winchester, 13 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:96–8) 
108–111f. 48r–49v12Statute of Merchants, 11 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:53–4) 
111–112f. 49v–50r13Sample writs under the statute of merchants (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
112–113f. 50r–50v14De viris religiosis, 7 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:51) 
113–115f. 50v–51v15De moneta, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:219 (semel) – 219 (bis)) 
115–116f. 51v–52r16Statute of weights and measures, temp. incert (S.R. 1:204–5) 
116–117f. 52r–52v17Statute of Westminster III, 18 Edw. 1 (S.R. ??) 
117–119f. 52v–53v18Statute of Fines, 27 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:126–30) 
119–120f. 53v–54r19Statute of Gloucester, 6 Edw. 1, preamble (S.R. 1:45–7) 
120f. 54r20De quo warranto, 18 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:107) 
120–121f. 54r–54v21Sample writ de quo warranto (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
121–122f. 54v–55r22Circumspecte agatis, 13 Edw. 1 (S.R. 1:101–2) 
122–123f. 55r–55v23Modus exceptionum (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
123f. 55v24Quot modis fit divorcium (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
123–124f. 55v–56r25De antiquo dominico coronae (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
126f. 57r26Statutum Hibernie de coheredibus, 20 Hen. 3 (S.R. 1:5) 
126–128f. 57r–58r27View of frankpledge, temp. incert (S.R. 1:246–7) 
128f. 58r28Assize of bread and ale, pt. 1, temp. incert (S.R. 1:199–200) 
128–129f. 58r–58v29Assize of bread and ale, pt. 2, temp. incert (S.R. 1:199–200) 
129f. 58v30Dies communes in banco, temp. incert (S.R. 1:208) 
129–131f. 58v–59v31De compoto reddendo et recipiendo (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
131–132f. 59v–60r32Modus calumpniandi essoniam, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:217–18) 
132–142f. 60r–65r33Judicium Essoniorum (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
142–167f. 65r–77v34Fet asaver (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
168–180f. 78r–84r35Cadit assisa (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
180–189f. 84r–88v36Summa bastardie (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
189–195f. 88v–91v37Modus componendi brevia (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
196–204f. 92r–96r38Detentio namii vetiti (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
207–207f. 97v–97v39Copies of two deeds (S.R. Not in S.R.) 
208–223f. 98r–105v401 & 2 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:213–16) 
224–228f. 106r–108r412 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:216–27) 
228–230f. 108r–109r423 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:227–8) 
230–235f. 109r–111v434 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:229–32) 
235–243f. 111v–115v446 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:232–8) 
244–272f. 116r–130r458 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:238–62) 
272–280f. 130r–134r465 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:143–8) 
280–282f. 134r–135r476 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:148–50) 
282–294f. 135r–141r487 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:150–8) 
294–298f. 141r–143r499 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:158–61) 
298–309f. 143r–148v5011 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:162–6) 
309–313f. 148v–150v519 Hen. 5, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:209–12) 
313–314f. 150v–151r523 Hen. 6 (S.R. 2:227–8) 
314–319f. 151r–153v534 Hen. 5, aka 3 Hen. 5, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:192–6) 
319–324f. 153v–156r544 Hen. 5, aka 4 Hen. 5, stat. 2 (S.R. 2:196–200) 
324–325f. 156r–156v555 Hen. 5 (S.R. ??) 
325–337f. 156v–162v566 Hen. 4 (S.R. 2:148–50) 

 

Detailed Contents

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Seq. Fol. Label Header  
1no fol., no sig.Spine 
2no fol., no sig.Front cover 
3no fol., no sig.Front pastedown 
  Note: With HLS bookplate and extract from a bookseller’s catalogue pasted in.
4no fol., no sig.Library reference marks 
5no fol., no sig.Blank 
6no fol., no sig.Blank 
7no fol., no sig.Blank 
8no fol., no sig.Blank 
9no fol., no sig.Blank 
10no fol., no sig.Blank 
11no fol., no sig.Blank 
12no fol., no sig.Blank 
13no fol., no sig.Blank 
141rMagna Carta, as confirmed 25 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:114–19) 
  Note: (1) Elaborately decorated initial ‘E’ with border around text. (2) Note of ownership: ‘Phillipps MS 9595’.
151v 
  Note: ?Shelfmark (in pencil): ?‘Cug 14 1525’.
162r 
172v 
183r 
193v 
204rForest Charter, 9 Hen. 3. (S.R. 1:26–7 (first numbering)) 
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘H’. (2) This manuscript uses the 1225 version of the Forest Charter, rather than that confirmed by Edward I. The text seems to correspond to that given in S.R. 1:26–7 (first numbering) except that it lacks the attestation and dating clauses and says simply ‘ut in prima carta libertatum’.
214v 
225r 
235v 
246rProvisions of Merton, 20 Hen. 3. (S.R. 1:1–4)Statuta de Merton’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
256v 
267r 
277vStatute of Marlborough, 52 Hen. 3. (S.R. 1:19–25) 
  Heading: Explicit statutum de merton’ Incipit Marlebergia.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
288r 
298v 
309rItineribus suis 
319v 
3210r 
  Note: Page torn; text unaffected.
3310v 
3411r 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘I’.
3511v 
3612r 
3712v 
3813rStatute of Gloucester, 6 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:45–50) 
  Heading: Explicit statutum Marleberg’ Incipiunt Statuta Glouc’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
3913v 
4014r 
4114v 
4215r 
4315v‘Explanation’ of statute of Gloucester, 6 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:50) 
  Heading: Expliciunt statuta Glouc’ Incipiunt explanaciones.
4416rStatute of Westminster I, 3 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:26–39) 
  Heading: Incipiunt statuta Westm’ prim’.
  Note: Decorated initials ‘P’ and ‘C’.
4516v 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
4617r 
4717v 
4818r 
4918v 
  Note: Illustration of a pointing hand.
5019r 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
5119v 
5220r 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
5320v 
5421r 
5521v 
5622r 
5722v 
5823r 
5923v 
6024r 
6124v 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘D’.
6225r 
6325vStatute of Westminster II, 13 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:71–95) 
  Heading: Expliciunt Statuta prim’ Westm’ Incipiunt Statuta Sc’da Westm’.
  Note: Elaborately decorated initial ‘C’.
6426rWestm’ Sc’dm 
6526vWestm’ 
6627rSc’dm 
6727vWestm’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘I’.
6828rSc’dm 
6928v 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
7029r 
7129vWestm’ 
7230rSc’dm [trimmed] 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
7330vWestm’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
7431rSc’dm 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
7531vWestm’ 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
7632rSc’dm [trimmed] 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
7732vWestm’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘D’.
7833rRespond Sc’dm 
  Note: Decorated initials ‘Q’ and ‘Q’.
7933vWestm’ 
  Note: Decorated initials ‘C’, ‘I’, and ‘I’.
8034rSc’dm 
  Note: Decorated initials ‘C’, ‘C’, ‘C’, and ‘C’.
8134vWestm’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘H’.
8235rSc’dm 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘Q’.
8335vWestm’ 
  Note: Decorated initials ‘N’ and ‘I’.
8436rSc’dm 
  Note: Decorated initials ‘P’, ‘B’, and ‘A’.
8536v 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
8637r 
  Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘C’ and ‘Q’. (2) Illustrated cross.
8737vWestm’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’ and ‘D’.
8838rSc’dm 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘Q’.
8938vWestm’ 
  Note: Decorated initials ‘Q’ and ‘Q’.
9039rSc’dm [cut off] 
9139vWestm’ [cut off] 
9240rSc’dm 
  Note: Decorated initials ‘C’, ‘S’, and ‘D’.
9340vWestm’ [cut off] 
9441rSc’dm 
  Note: Decorated initials ‘P’ and ‘D’.
9541vWestm’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘Q’.
9642rSc’dm 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
9742vWestm’ 
  Note: Decorated initials ‘P’, ‘D’, and ‘O’.
9843r‘Statutes of the Exchequer’, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:197 (semel) – (ter))Sc’dm ?? 
  Heading: Expliciunt Statuta Secunda Apud Westm’ edita Incipiunt Statuta de Scaccario.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘L’.
9943vDe sc’cario 
10044rSc’carii 
10144vSc’carii 
10245rDistrictiones scaccarii, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:197 (ter) – 198)Sc’carii [trimmed] 
  Heading: Expliciunt Statuta de Scaccario Incipiunt Districciones Scaccarii.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘E’.
10345vDistricc’ones 
10446rSc’carii 
10546vStatute of Winchester, 13 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:96–8) 
  Heading: Statuta apud Wynton’ Atta de corona.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘P’.
10647r 
10747vWynton’ 
10848rStatute of Merchants, 11 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:53–4) 
  Heading: Incipit Statutum de Acton’ de mercatoribus.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
10948v 
  Note: Grotesques.
11049rDe mercatoribus 
  Note: (1) Grotesques. (2) Additions in margin and below text, some vertical.
11149vSample writs under the statute of merchants. (Not in S.R.) 
  Heading: Explicit Statut’ de mercatoribus Brevia missa cancellario.
  Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘U’ and (unfinished) ‘R’. (2) The first item is a letter to the chancellor from the warden of London and the clerk for entering recognsances. The second is a royal writ to the sheriff of Oxford that he is to take the debtor in the previous writ into custody until he satisfies the debt.
11250rDe viris religiosis, 7 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:51) 
  Heading: Expliciunt Brevia mercator’ Incipiunt Statuta de Religiosis.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
11350vDe moneta, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:219 (semel) – 219 (bis)) 
  Heading: Expliciunt Statuta Religios’ Incipiunt Statuta de moneta.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
11451rmoneta 
11551vStatute of weights and measures, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:204–5)monet’ 
  Heading: Expliciunt Statuta de Moneta Incipit Pondus Sterlingar’.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘S’. (2) The text differs substantially from that given in S.R
11652rStatute of Westminster III, 18 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:106) 
  Marginalia: Incipit stat’ Tenendu’ in / ate [?capite] de cap’ d [capitali domino] [trimmed].
  Note: Decorated initial ‘Q’.
11752vStatute of Fines, 27 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:126–30)Stat’m 
  Heading: Incipit Statutum de Finibus.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘Q’.
11853rFines 
  Note: Decorated paragraph mark.
11953vStatute of Gloucester, 6 Edw. 1, preamble. (S.R. 1:45–7)Quia 
  Heading: Quia brevia de quo Warranto et eciam Judicia emp’.
  Note: Decorated initial ‘Q’.
12054r(1) De quo warranto, 18 Edw. 1. (2) Sample writ de quo warranto. [S.R. (1) 1:107 (2) Not in S.R.]Quo Warranto 
  Heading: Explicit primum Statutum de Quo Warranto Incipit Secundum de quo Warranto.
  Marginalia: Explicit et Incipit Breve[?trimmed] de Eodem.
  Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘A’ and ‘R’. (2) The first item is the French text given at the bottom of S.R. 1: 107, and not the Latin text that seems to be the text of the statute itself.
12154vCircumspecte agatis, 13 Edw. 1. (S.R. 1:101–2)Br’e de Quo Warr’ 
  Heading: Expliciunt Statut’ Cum Brevibus de Quo Warranto Sequitur Circumspecte Agatis.
  Note: Decorated initials ‘R’ and ‘E’.
12255rModus exceptionum. (Not in S.R.)Circumspecte Agat’ 
  Heading: Explicit etc’ Incipit modus excepcionum.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘E’. (2) For this text see Baker, Cambridge Legal Manuscripts, 71–2, 96–7, the latter citing many manuscripts, including this one (add one to the folio reference).
12355v(1) Quot modis fit divorcium. (2) De antiquo dominico coronae. [S.R. (1) Not in S.R. (2) Not in S.R.]Excepc’onu’ 
  Heading: (1) Explicit mod’ excepcionum Incipit quot modis fit divorcium. (2) Explicit quot modus fit divorcium Incipit de Antiquo dominico Corone.
  Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘S’ and ‘L’. (2) The first item is an extract from the Summa de bastardia. See Baker, Cambridge Legal Manuscripts 354, citing a number of manuscripts, including this one (add one to the folio reference). (3) The second item is an opinion of Anger of Ripon, chief clerk of CB, c. 1290–91. See Baker, Cambridge Legal Manuscripts 49-50, citing many manuscripts, including this one (add one to the folio reference).
12456rD’nic’ corone Regis 
  Note: The text ends in mid-page and differs at the end, and perhaps elsewhere, from the text found in HLS MS 55.
12556vPen trials 
  Note: The beginning of the form of a royal writ; another note rubbed out.
12657r(1) Statutum Hibernie de coheredibus, 20 Hen. 3. (2) View of frankpledge, temp. incert. [S.R. (1) 1:5 (2) 1:246–7] 
  Heading: (1) De Hereditate Soror’. (2) Explicit de h’ed’ devoluta ad soror’ Incipiunt capitula visus Franc’ pleg’.
  Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘E’ and ‘I’. (2) The first item is rewritten to make it a writ of Edward I rather than Henry III, but the contents seem to be the same.
12757v 
12858r(1) Assize of bread and ale, pt. 1, temp. incert. (2) Assize of bread and ale, pt. 2, temp. incert. [S.R. (1) 1:199–200 (2) 1:199–200]Franc’ pleg’ 
  Heading: (1) Explicit visus franci plegii Incipit assisa panis etc’. (2) Explicit assisa panis Sequitur Assisa Cervisie.
  Note: Decorated initials ‘Q’ and ‘R’.
12958v(1) Dies communes in banco, temp. incert. (2) De compoto reddendo et recipiendo. [S.R. (1) 1:208 (2) Not in S.R.]Assi’a C’vis’ 
  Heading: (1) Explicit assisa panis et cervisie Incipit dies communes in banco. (2) Explicit dies communes in Banco Incipit de compot’ Reddendo et Recipiendo.
  Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘S’ and ‘Q’. (2) The second item is referenced in Baker, Cambridge Legal Manuscripts 353 (add one to the folio reference). It seems quite similar to the item transcribed in J. E. Thorold Rogers, ‘Roll of the Thirteenth Century Containing Various Legal Forms’, The Archaeological Journal 22 (1865) 58–9. It is related to, if it is not an extract from, the much larger Officium senescali.
13059rmodus compot’ 
13159vModus calumpniandi essoniam, temp. incert. (S.R. 1:217–18)modus compot’ 
  Heading: Explicit modus compoti Incipit quatr’ esson’ ?? calumpniand’.
  Note: Decorated initials ‘P’ and ‘H’.
13260rJudicium Essoniorum. (Not in S.R.)Esson’ Calup’ 
  Heading: Explic’ quatr’ esson’ ? calumpnia. Incipit Summa Judicium essoniorum [trimmed].
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘P’. (2) For this text see Baker, Cambridge Legal Manuscripts, 78–9, citing many manuscripts, including this one (add one to the folio reference).
13360vJud’iu’ 
13461rEsson’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘S’.
13561vJud’iu’ 
  Note: Holes in the page have been repaired and written over.
13662rEsson’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘T’.
13762vJud’m esson’ 
  Note: Decorated initials ‘Q’ and ‘Q’.
13863resson’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘S’.
13963vJud’iu’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘S’.
14064rEsson’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘O’.
14164vesson’ 
14265rFet asaver. (Not in S.R.) 
  Heading: Explicit Summa iudicium Esson’ Incipit Summa Que vocat’ Fet asaver.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘C’. (2) For this text see Baker, Cambridge Legal Manuscripts, 63–4, citing many manuscripts, including this one (add one to the folio reference).
14365vFet asaver 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
14466rFet asav’ 
14566vFet asav’ 
14667rFet asav’ 
14767vFet asav’ [trimmed] 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
14868r 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘A’.
14968vYes [cut off] 
15069rFet asav’ 
15169vFet asav’ [trimmed] 
15270rasav’ 
  Note: Hole in page; text unaffected.
15370vFet a sav’ [trimmed] 
15471rFet a sav’ 
15571vFet asav’ [timmed] 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘O’.
15672rFet a sav’ 
15772vFet a sav’ 
15873rFet a sav’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
15973vFet a sav’ [trimmed] 
16074rFet a sav’ 
16174vFet a sav’ 
16275rFet a sav’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘O’.
16375v 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘O’.
16476rFet a sav’ 
16576vFet a sav’ [trimmed] 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘C’.
16677rFet a sav’ 
16777vFet a sav’ 
  Heading: Explicit summa vocata Fet a saver.
16878rCadit assisa. (Not in S.R.)Cadit ass’ 
  Note: (1) Decorated initials ‘R’ and ‘C’. (2) For this text see Baker, Cambridge Legal Manuscripts, 77–8, citing many manuscripts, including this one (add one to the folio reference).
16978vCadit 
17079rass’ [trimmed] 
17179v 
17280rAss’ [trimmed] 
17380vYes [trimmed] 
17481rass’ 
17581vCadit’ 
17682rAss’a 
17782vCadit’ 
17883rassisa 
  Note: Decorated chapter heading.
17983vCadit 
18084rSumma bastardie. (Not in S.R.)Ass’ 
  Heading: Explicit Summa que vo etc’a [trimmed] Incipit Summa Bastardie.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘N’. (2) For this text see Baker, Cambridge Legal Manuscripts, 65–6, citing many manuscripts, including this one (add one to the folio reference).
18184vBastardia 
18285rBastard’ 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘N’.
18385vBastardia 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘Q’.
18486rBastardia 
  Note: Decorated initials ‘Q’ and ‘S’.
18586vBastardia 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘Q’.
18687r 
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘O’. (2) Hole in page; text unaffected.
18787vBastardia 
  Note: Decorated initial ‘S’.
18888rBastardia 
18988vModus componendi brevia. (Not in S.R.)Modus excepc’onu’ ?? 
  Heading: Explicit summa Bastardie Incipit modus conponendi brevia.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘C’. (2) For this text see Baker, Cambridge Legal Manuscripts, 55–6, citing many manuscripts, including this one (add one to the folio reference).
19089rmodus breviu’ 
19189vmodus 
19290rBreviu’ 
19390vmodus 
19491rBreviu’ 
19591vmodus 
  Heading: Explicit Summa Cum sit neccessarium.
19692rDetentio namii vetiti. (Not in S.R.) 
  Heading: Incipit Detencio namii vetiti.
  Note: (1) Decorated initial ‘D’. (2) Not in Baker, Cambridge Legal Manuscripts nor, so far as we have yet discovered, in any other HLS manuscript. We have found no references to this text other than Baker’s reference to it in his description of this manuscript. Incipit: ‘Detencio namii vetiti pro districtione facienda pertinet ad coronam domini Regis’. Explicit: ‘Et returnentur utensalia et capiantur animalia sic capta et ante capcionem assise non deliberentur et sic fiat de consimilibus’.
19792vDetencio namii 
19893rYes [cut off] 
  Note: Hole in page; text unaffected.
19993vDetencio namii 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
20094rYes [cut off] 
20194v 
20295rNamii 
20395vDetencio 
20496rNamii 
  Heading: Explicit Detencio.
20596vPen trials 
  Note: This page is the source of the name of W. Marchall and John Agas, one of the sources of the name of Richard Marchall, and of the multiple quotations from John 1:6, all mentioned in Baker’s provenance.
20697rPen trials 
  Note: This page is the other source of the name of Richard Marchall mentioned in Baker’s provenance.
20797vCopies of two deeds. (Not in S.R.) 
  Note: The second one is considerably shorter and in a later script than the first.
20898r1 & 2 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:213–16) 
  Note: (1) No decorated initial capital. (2) Small hole in page; text unaffected.
20998v 
21099r 
21199v 
212100r 
213100v 
214101r 
215101v 
216102r 
217102v 
218103r 
219103v 
220104r 
221104v 
222105r 
223105v 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
224106r2 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:216–27) 
  Heading: Incipiunt statuta apud Westm’ facta anno eiusdem Regis Henr’ ii.
225106v 
226107r 
227107v 
  Note: Carryover indicating quire break.
228108r3 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:227–8) 
  Heading: Explicit anno Sc’dm Incipit anno 3o H 6.
  Note: Hindu-Arabic numerals in heading.
229108v 
230109r4 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:229–32) 
  Heading: Explicit Ann’ tercius Regis Henrici 6ti Incipit Anno 4 ??.
231109v 
232110r 
233110v 
234111r 
235111v6 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:232–8) 
  Heading: Hic incipit Anno 6o Statutorum Henrici Sexti post conquestu’.
236112r 
237112v 
238113r 
239113v 
240114r 
  Note: Small hole in page; text unaffected.
241114v 
242115r 
243115v 
  Heading: Explicit anno sextus Henrici Sexti.
244116r8 Hen. 6. (S.R. 2:238–62) 
  Heading: Hic incipiunt statuta Regis Henrici Sexti octavo.
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  Heading: Statutu apud Westmonesterium editu anno quinto.
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  Heading: Statutum apud Coventre editum anno sexto.
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282135r7 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:150–8) 
  Heading: Incipit Statutum apud Westm’ anno 7o.
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  Note: Note in a different hand written upside-down, the beginning of a deed formula, with pen trials.
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  Note: Note in a different hand written upside down, the beginning of document formula in English.
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  Note: Written upside-down in the bottom margin is one the receipts by Stephyn Horsswel, mentioned in Baker’s provenance. This is the one dated 1514 recording a payment to Bartholomew Prous.
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  Note: Pen trials written upside-down in lower margin, the beginnings of an indenture form.
294141r9 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:158–61) 
  Heading: Explicit annus Septimus Regis Henrici quarti Incipit Annus nonus eiusdem Regis post conquestium etc’.
  Note: Notes and pen trials in a different hand in bottom margin, including the names of Thomas Bouryng and Stephyn Horsswell, mentioned in Baker’s provenance .
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  Note: It looks as if the bottom margin was cut out of this folio. Perhaps it contained memoranda like those that we have seen elsewhere. See the Introduction.
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298143r11 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:162–6) 
  Heading: Explicit annus ixo Incipit annus XIo Regis Superdicti.
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  Note: Notes and pen trials in a different hand. This is one of the sources of the name of Thomas Bouryng, mentioned in Baker’s provenance.
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309148v9 Hen. 5, stat. 2. (S.R. 2:209–12) 
  Heading: Explicit statutum Regis H Sexti editum apud Incipit annus idem Regis p’d’ti apud Westm’ editum.
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  Heading: Explicit annus secundus Incipit anno terci eiusdem Regis.
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  Heading: Incipit aliud statutum editum eodem Anno apud W’.
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  Heading: Explicit ann’ t’ciu’ Incipit ann’ 4 d’ti Regis.
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324156r5 Hen. 5. (S.R. 2:200) 
  Heading: Explicit ann’ quart’ Incipit ann’ quint’ d’ti regis H 5.
325156v6 Hen. 4. (S.R. 2:148–50) 
  Heading: Incipit ann’ Sextus d’ti Regis H 4.
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  Note: Blank except for 2 notes, perhaps bookseller’s markings.
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