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Calendar of the liberate rolls preserved in the Public Record Office

England. Court of Chancery.

Calendar of the liberate rolls preserved in the Public Record Office

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Published by H.M.S.O in London .
Written in English


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Statementprinted under the superintendence ofthe Deputy Keeper of the Records. Vol.5, 1260-1267.
ContributionsGreat Britain. Public Record Office.
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Open LibraryOL14380500M

Henry Summerson Sources Chancery records (RC) Chancery records Pipe rolls, 7 Richard I – 17 John H. C. M. Lyte, ed., Liber feodorum: the book of fees, 1 () T. D. Hardy, ed., Rotuli Normanniae, RC () Curia regis rolls preserved in the Public Record Office (–), vols. 9, .


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Page [unnumbered] DA 25 v.4D Page [unnumbered] I~ke AR T ES SCIENTIA VERITAS Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page I CALENDAR OF THE LIBERATE ROLLS Preserved in the Public Record Office. Printed under the Superintendence of the Deputy Keeper of the Records Volume IV LONDON HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE Calendar of the Charter Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office: Edward I, Calendar of the liberate rolls preserved in the Public Record Office book II.

Volume 3 of Calendar of the Charter Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office, Great Britain. Public Record Office: Author: Great Britain. Public Record Office: Editors: Charles George Crump, R.

Trimmer, W. Cunningham: Publisher. Great Britain. Public Record Office: Calendar of the liberate rolls preserved in the Public record office. / (London, ), also by Cyril Thomas Flower and William Henry Stevenson (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Great Britain.

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CLR – Calendar of the Liberate Rolls Henry III –, 6 vols. (London: HMSO, –64). CR – Close rolls of the Reign of Henry III preserved in the Public Record Office,14 vols. (London: HMSO, ). The Public Record Office of Ireland later described these as ribbon rolls (‘in which the membranes are attached to one another successively, so as to form a continuous band or ribbon’), to distinguish them from the modern book rolls of chancery (‘in which all the membranes are stitched together at the top like the leaves of a book which.

Calendar of Documents preserved in France illustra-tive of the History of Great Britain and Ireland, I: A.D. –, ed. J.H. Round (London, ) Cal. Lib. Calendar of the Liberate Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office (6 vols., London, –64) Cal.

Pat. Calendar of the Patent Rolls preserved in the PublicFile Size: KB. Calendar of the Liberate Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office (HMSO, –64) Cal. Papal Regs. Calendar of Papal Registers: Papal Letters (HMSO and Irish MSS Com. –) Cal. Pat. Calendar of the Patent Rolls preserved in.

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London: HMSO, – Calendar of the Liberate Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office. Henry III. Vol. I, A. (London: His Majesty's Stationery Office, ) THIS volume begins a new series in the calendars of Chancery records prepared under the superintendence of the Deputy-Keeper of.

Calendar of the Liberate Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office (H.M.S.O. ) Cal. Papal Reg. Calendar of Papal Registers: Papal Letters. This book has been cited by the following publications. Calendar of the Liberate Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office, –60 (London, ) Calendar of Patent Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office, Edward I–Edward II, 10 vols.

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[14] Great Britain Public Record Office, Calendar of the Charter Rolls preserved in the Public Records, vol. I, Henry III(London: MacCay and Co., ). [15] Great Britain Public Record Office, Patent Rolls of the Reign of Henry III,(London: Mackie and Co., ) Google Books (: accessed Bibliography Calendar of Entries in the Papal Register Relating to Great Britain and Ireland: Papal Letters, ed.

by William H. Bliss and Jesse A. Twemlow, 14 vols (London: HMSO, –) Calendar of the Fine Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office, 22 vols (London: HMSO, –62). SOURCES Les rouleaux administratifs. Calendar of Documents Relating to Ireland, Preserved in Her Majesty’s Public Record Office, Sweetman, H.

(éd.), Longman & Co., London, Calendar of the Charter Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office, Maxwell-Lyte H.

et Crump C. (éd.), H.M. Stationery Office, London, Calendar of the Liberate Rolls preserved in. Great Britain. Court of Chancery: Calendar of the patent rolls preserved in the Public Record Office: Edward III, / (London: Printed for H.

Stationery Off., by Eyre and Spottiswoode [etc., etc.], ), also by Great Britain Public Record Office and Henry Churchill Maxwell Lyte (page images at HathiTrust) Great Britain. Calendar of Liberate Rolls, DA F1 – 43 Liberate Rolls contained enrolments of writs under the Great Seal relating to expenditure.

Early volumes are in reality Close Rolls, but fromin the reign of Henry III, the Liberate Rolls became a distinct series.

Their importance declined from the 14th : David Pulford. Calendar of ancient deeds and muniments preserved in the Pembroke estate office, Dublin (privately printed, ) Calendar of charter rolls [] (6 vols. P.R.O. London, ) Calendar of entries in the papal registers relating to Great Britain and Ireland (15 vols.

HMSO). [Calendar Patent Rolls, Edward III,p. ] The presentation of Bolton was then in the king’s hand after the forfeiture of the estates of Sir Roger de Mowbray who had joined the Scottish rebels.

[Calendar Patent Rolls, Edward II,p. ] Henry de Appleby was then the rector of Bolton and an exchange of benefices was made.

The order contained one important proviso: ‘no Record included in the Schedule is to leave the Public Record Office, Dublin, until a certified copy has been made and deposited in the said Record Office’. We can only presume that these certified copies perished in together with the original rolls.

1. WALTER de Lacy ([]-before 24 Feb ). The Chronicle of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire records that "Gilbertus de Lacy" had a son "Hugonem" who had "filium Walterum" []. “Walterus de Lacy filius Hugonis de Lacy” confirmed his father´s donation to Lanthony Abbey by undated charter [].

Lord of Meath. - see en: Walter de Lacy, Lord of Meath, Hugh de Lacy, 1st Earl of Ulster. The many books and registers preserved in the Record Office will be found described in the Handbook. The following have been printed: Exchequer King'S Remembrancer Vol.

The Red Book of the Exchequer (Rolls Series, No. 99). Vol. Book of Aids. (See Feudal Aids, published by Record Office.) Vol. Book of Knight's Fees. (See Feudal Aids.

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II, - Calendar of the Fine Rolls - Vol. III, Edward II, - Calendar of the Fine Rolls - Vol. IV, Edward III, 1. The Fine Rolls of Henry III: the origins and development of the rolls Fines and the Fine Rolls.

One of the chief treasures of The National Archives (formerly the Public Record Office) is the great series of rolls on which the English royal Chancery recorded its business, a unique resource for historians without parallel in the rest of Europe.

Calendar of Liberate Rolls,London, Calendar of Patent Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office, e.g. () of Elizabeth I, vol 3London: H M Stationery Office.

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Volume 2, Curia Regis Ebook preserved in the Ebook Record Office ( to present), 16 vols. This series has now reachedwith at least three further volumes projected.

Vols. 17 (for –44) and 18 (for –45) are now in typescript, and are available in the Public Record Office in Chancery Lane. Google ScholarCited by: 5.