The London Chronicles of the Fifteenth Century: A Revolution in English Writing

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Abbreviations

Chronicles in Manuscript

When referring to Cottonian manuscripts, 'Cotton' has been dropped from the title.

B 42 West Yorkshire Archives, Bradford, MS 32D86/42
Balliol 354 Balliol College Oxford, MS 354
Cecil 281 Hatfield House, Cecil Papers, MS 281
H.h.6.9 University Library, Cambridge, MS H.h.6.9
Holkham 671 Holkham House, Norfolk, MS 671
Guildhall 3313 London Guildhall Library, MS 3313
Lambeth 306 Lambeth Palace, MS 306
Letter Book F Corporation of London Record Office, Letter Book F
Longleat 53 Longleat House, MS 53
Newe Cronycles The Newe Cronycles of England and of Fraunce
0.9.1 Trinity College Cambridge, MS 0.9.1
St. John's 57 St. John's College Oxford, MS 57
Trinity College 509 Trinity College Dublin, MS 509
Trinity College 604 Trinity College Dublin, MS 604
2M6 London College of Arms, MS 2M6
Other Abbreviations
AL Annales Londonienses
BIHR Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research
BJRL Bulletin of the John Rylands Library
BL British Library
Chroniques Chroniques de Londres depuis l'an 44 Henry III jusqu'à l'an 17 Edward III
C.Misc. Camden Miscellany
CS Camden Society
Custumarum Liber Custumarum
EETS Early English Texts Society
EHD English Historical Documents
EHR English Historical Review
e.s. extra series
JWCI Journal of the Warburg and Courtald Institutes
Liber Antiquis Legibus Liber. Cronica Maiorum et Vicecomitum
MA Medium Aevum
MLR Modern Language Review
MS Mediaeval Studies
n.s. new series

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