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

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Appendix 4: Records of Comets in the London Chronicles
Year Manuscript Associations in text
1263―65 Guildhall 3313 Lambeth 306 Harley Roll C8 Battle of Lewes
Harley 565 Digby Rolls 2 St. John's group None
1336 Egerton 1995 Guildhall 3313 St. John's group Gough London 10 Arundel 19 Abundance of food, scarcity of money
1337 Harley 565 Trinity College 509 Digby Rolls 2 Cecil 281 Prices of food, scarcity of money
1366 Cecil 281 Guildhall 3313 St. John's group Egerton 1995 (1368) Battle of Nazers
Lambeth 306 Pestilence
Digby Rolls 2 None
Harley 565 (1368) Vitellius A. XVI (1368) Arundel 19 (1368) Battle of Nazers
1401―02 Tanner 2 Cecil 281 St. John's group Egerton 1995 Lambeth 306 None
Gough London 10 Longleat 53 None

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