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

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LONDON CHRONICLE MANUSCRIPTS

The manuscripts are arranged in their groupings, from the earliest to the latest finishing date. The miscellaneous manuscripts are listed from the earliest to the latest finishing date.

Oxford St. John's College, MS 57, 1189―1432

London British Library, MS Cotton Vitellius F. IX, 1189―1439

London British Library, MS Cotton Julius B. I, 1189― 1483 Change of hand 1432 Published 1444―83 as the continuation to MS Harley 565 in N. H. Nicolas and E. Tyrrel, A Chronicle of London (London, 1827)

London Guildhall Library, MS Guildhall 3313, 1189― 1512 Change of hand 1439; a third hand wrote one quire (fols 157―164) Published as A. H. Thomas and I. D. Thornley, eds., The Great Chronicle of London (London, 1938, rept. Gloucester, 1983)

London British Library, MS Cotton Nero C. XI, 1189― 1485 Last continuation ends 1558 Begins as a Brut and becomes a London chroni- cle at 1189 Published as The Newe Cronycles of England and of Fraunce ― first printed by Pynson, 1516. Later printed as Fabyan's Chronicle by Rastell, 1533. Current edition, H. Ellis, ed., The New Chroni- cles of England and France (London, 1811)

London British Library, MS Harley 565, 1189―1443 (incomplete) Published as N. H. Nicolas and E. Tyrrel, eds., A Chronicle of London (London, 1827)

Oxford Bodleian Library, MS Digby Rolls 2, 1189―1512

London British Library, MS Harley 3775, 1189―1430

London British Library, MS Cotton Julius B. II, 1189― 1435 Change of hand 1432 Published in C. L. Kingsford, ed., Chronicles of London (Oxford, 1905)

Longleat House: MS Longleat 53, 1189―1432 (incomplete) Fragments published in Ralph Flenley, ed., Six Town Chronicles (Oxford, 1911)

London British Library, MS Cotton Cleopatra C. IV Begins imperfectly 1415, possibly ends imper- fectly, 1443 Change of hand, 1416, 1420 Published in C.L. Kingsford, ed., Chronicles of London (Oxford, 1905)

Oxford Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 355, 1189― 1460, last entry (1460) in MS Rawlinson D 913 (incomplete) Latin Published 1439―59 in R. Flenley, ed., Six Town Chronicles (Oxford, 1911)

Bradford West Yorkshire Archives, MS 32D86/42, begins imperfectly 1221―1566 Change of hand 1440. Various hands after 1528. Description of manuscript in Historical Manu- scripts Commission, 3rd report, p. 299.

London British Library, MS Egerton 1995, 1189―1469/70 (incomplete) Published as J. Gairdner, ed., Historical Collec- tions of a London Citizen ― Gregory's Chronicle, C.S., n.s., 17 (Westminster, 1876)

London British Library, MS Cotton Vitellius A. XVI, begins imperfectly 1216, ends 1509 Change of hand 1440, 1441, 1441, 1496 Published in C. L. Kingsford, ed., Chronicles of London (Oxford, 1905)

London College of Arms, MS Arundel 19(2), 1189―1533 Change of hand 1433, 1438, 1451, 1475

Hatfield House Cecil Papers MS 281, 1189―1450

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