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Unfinished treatise on English law and Confirmatory charter of Edward III. to Shrewsbury Abbey, bulk: 16th century
Many leaves are blank. On a leaf at the end of the volume are the following entries: Latin lines on the dangerous days in each month of the year, excepting August; beg. "Pallida luna pluit, rubea flat, alba serenat. / January. / Prima dies mensis et septima truncant ut ensis." "A plaine declaracion of a iust magistrate and true subiect to his countrey;" 26 lines on the duty of a…
Found in: Rawlinson B: English History
Shelfmark: MS. Rawl. B. 410
Extents: 37 Leaves
Dates: Majority of material found within 16th century
An unfinished transcript of a treatise on the common law of England, containing the titles "Corporations" and "Prerogative," and ending in writs of office, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
Beg. "The lawe is the rule of right, geving every man his owne;" and end. "Some saie that Rufus was the first—" The remainder of the volume, consisting of many blank leaves, is ruled with pencil lines, as if for the continuation of this treatise.
Shelfmark: MS. Rawl. B. 410, fol. 1
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
Confirmatory charter of Edward III. to Shrewsbury Abbey, 1346
Carta Regis Edwardi III., dat. 20 Mart. anno regni vicesimo (1346), in qua recitantur et confirmantur cartæ variæ ab Will. I., Hon. III., Edw. I., Edw. II., aliisque benefactoribus, abbati et conventui de Salopia concessæ. In fine: "Convenit cum recordo. Ex. M. Heneage, 1597."
Shelfmark: MS. Rawl. B. 410, fol. 26
Extents: 1 item