English Constitutional Documents, 1307-1485

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English Constitutional Documents
1307-1485

Edited by

ELEANOR C. LODGE
C.B.E., M.A., D.Litt., Litt.D.

Honorary Fellow, and sometime Principal of Westfield College, University of London; Honorary Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford

and

GLADYS A. THORNTON
B.A., Ph.D.

Lecturer in History at Westfield College, University of London

CAMBRIDGE
AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS
1935

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English Constitutional Documents, 1307-1485
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • List of Documents xiii
  • Abbreviations xxvii
  • Part I - Central Government 1
  • Bibliography 1
  • Bibliography 8
  • Chapter II - The Council 43
  • Bibliography 43
  • Bibliography 52
  • Chapter III - The Household: Wardrobe and Chamber 92
  • Bibliography 92
  • Bibliography 98
  • Chapter IV - Parliament 119
  • Bibliography 119
  • Bibliography 125
  • Chapter V the Chancery 180
  • Bibliography 180
  • Bibliography 184
  • Chapter VI - The Seals 208
  • Bibliography 208
  • Bibliography 211
  • Chapter VII - The Exchequer 226
  • Bibliography 226
  • Bibliography 230
  • Chapter VIII - Justice 249
  • Part II - The Church 289
  • Part III - Local Government 323
  • Chapter I - The Justices of the Peace 325
  • Chapter II - The Sheriffs 342
  • Chapter III - The Coroners 353
  • Chapter IV - The Escheators 356
  • Chapter V - The Forests 359
  • Chapter VI - Seignorial Jurisdiction 362
  • Chapter VII - The Towns 375
  • Bibliography 376
  • Glossary 421
  • Index 427
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