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67. Materials for the History op Thomas Bbcket, Archbishop of

Oanterbuky. Vols. I.-VI. Edited by the Rev. James Craigie
Robertson, M.A., Canon of Canterbury. 1875-1883. Vol. VII. Edited
by Joseph Brigstocke Sheppard, LL.D. 1885.

The first volume contains the life of that celebrated man, and the miracles after his
death, by "William, a monk of Canterbury. The second, the life by Benedict of Peterborough;
John of Salisbury ; Alan of Tewkesbury ; and Edward Grim. The third, the life by William
Fitzstephen ; and Herbert of Bosbam. The fourth, anonymous lives, Quadrilogus, i>;c. The
fifth, sixth, and seventh, the Epistles, and known letters.

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Vols. 1. and II. Edited by the Rev. William SriTSBS, M.A., Regius
Professor of Modern History, and Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford.
1876.

The Abbreviationes Chronicorum extend to 1147 and the Ymagines Historiarum to 1201.

69. Roll of the Proceedings op the King's Council in Ireland, for a

PORTION of the 16lH YEAR OP THE REIGN OF RiCHARD II. 1392-93.

Edited by the Rev. Jambs Graves, B.A. 1877.

70. HeNRICI DB BrACION DE LeGIBUS ET CoNSUBTUDINIBUS ANGLI.E LiBRI

QUINQUE IN VARIOS TRAOTATUS DISTINCII. Vols. I.-VI. Edited by SiR

Travers Twiss, Q.C, D.C.L. 1878-1883.

71. The Historians of the Church of York, and its Archbishops. Vols.

I.-III. Edited by the Rev. James Rainb, M.A., Canon of York, and
Secretary of the Surtees Society. 1879-1894.

72. Reqistrum Malmesburiense. The Register of Malmesbury Abbey,

PRESERVED IN THE PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE. Vols. I. and II. Edited by
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Toppesfleld ; and Charles Trice Martin, B.A. 1879-1880.

73. Historical Works OF Gervase OP Canterbury. Vols. I, and II. Edited

by the Rev. William Stubbs, D.D., Canon Residentiary of St. Paul's,
Loudon • Regius Professor of Modern History and Fellow of Oriel
College, Oxford, &c. 1879, 1880.

74 Henrici Archidiaconi Huntendunbnsis Historia Anglobum. The
History of the English, by Henry, Archdeacon of Huntingdon,
from a.d. 55 to a.d. 1154, in Eight Books. Edited by Thomas Arnold,
M.A., 1879.

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Edited by Thomas Arnold, M.A. 1882-1885.

76 Chronicle of the Reigns of Edward L and Edward II Vols I and
' n Edited by the Rev, William Stubbs, D.D., Canon Residentiary of
St, Paul's, London ; Regius Professor of Modern History, and Fellow
of Oriel College, Oxford, &o. 1882-1883.

The first volume of these Chronicles contains the AnnaUs '^"f °"«"'J' ^^^'^^'^f "{f !!
Paini.-ac second I.-eomm..<iae.W.a^«,toW

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Cantitariensis. Vols. I.-III. Edited bu Charles Trice Martin, B.A.
F.S.A., 1882-1886.

78. Register op S. Osmund. Vols. 1. and 11. Edited by the Rev. W. H.

Rich Jones, M.A., F.S.A., Canon of Salisbury, Vicar of Bradford-on-
Avon. 1883, 1884.

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79. Chaktuiary of the Abbe? of Ramsey. Vols. I.-III, Edited by

William Henry Hart, F.S.A., and the Rev. Ponsonby Annesley
Lyons. 1884-1893.

80. Chariularies op St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin, with the Register op its

house at Dunbrody, county of Wexford, and Annals op Ireland,
1162-1370. Vols, 1. and II. Edited by John Thomas Gilbert, F.8.A.,
M.E.I.A. 1884, 1885.

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Anselmi et quibusdam miraculis ejus. Edited by the Rev. Martin
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Vols. I.-IV. Edited by Richard Howlett, Barrister-at-Law. 1884-
1889.

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Dunn Macray, M,A., P.S.A., Rector of Ducklington, Oxon. 1886.

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III. Edited bi/ Henry Gay Hewlett, Keeper of the Records of the
Land Revenue'. 1886-1889.

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Vols. I.-III. Edited by Joseph Brigstocke Sheppard, LL.D. 1887-
1889.

The Letters printed in these volumes were chiefly written between 1296 and 1333.

86. The Metrical Chronicle op Robert op Gloucester. Edited by

William Aldis Wright, M.A., Senior Fellow of Trinity College,
Cambridge. Parts I. and II., 1887.

The date of the composition of this Chronicle is placed about the year 1300. The
writer appears to have been an eye witness of many events of which he describes. The
language in which it is written was the dialect of Gloucestershire at that time.

87. Chronicle of Robert op Brunne. Edited by Frederick James

Fuknivall, M.A., Barrister-at-Law. Parts I. and II. 1887.

Robert of Brunne, or Bourne, co. Lincoln, was a member of the Gilbertine Order
established at Sempringham. His Chronicle is described by its editor as a work of fiction,
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Settlements and Descents of the Northmen on the British Isles.
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Webbb Dasent, D.C.L. 1894.

89. The Tripartite Life of Si. Patrick, with other documents relating

to that Saint. Edited iy Whitley Stokes, LI.D,, D.G.L., Honorary
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91. Lbstorie DBS Engles solum Gbpfrbi Gaimar. Edited by the late Sir

Thomas DuFPUs Hardy, D.O.L., Deputy Keeper of the Records;
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94. Register op the Abbey op St. Thomas the Martyr, Dublin.

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95. Florbs Historiarum. Edited by the Rev. H. R. Luard, D.D., Fellow

of Trinity College aud Registrary of the University, Cambridge.
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96. Memorials op St. Edmund's Abbey. Edited by Thomas Arnold, M.A.,

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98. Memoranda db Paeliamento, 25 Edward I. 1805. Edited by F. W.

Maitland, M.A. 1893.

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Contents :- -

England. House of Lords ; Cambridge
Colleges ; Abingdon and other Cor-
porations, &c.
Scotland. Advocates' Library, Glas-
gow Corporation, &c.
Ireland. Dublin, Cork, and other Cor-
porations, (fee.

Second Report with Appendix and
Index to the First and Second Re-
ports . . . . .
Contents : —

England. House of Lords ; Cam-
bridge Colleges ; Oxford Colleges ;
Monastery of Dominican I'riars at
Woodcheater, Duke of Bedford,
Earl Spencer, li-c.
Scotland. Aberdeen and St. An-
drew's Universities, &c.
Ireland. Marquis of Ormonde ;
Dr. Lyons, (fee.

Third Report with Appendix and
Index . . . . -

Contents : —

England. House of Lords ; Cam-
bridge Colleges ; Stonyhurst Col-
lege ; Bridgwater and other Cor-
porations ; Duke of Northumber-
land, Marquis of Lansdowne, Mar-
quis of Bath, (fee.

Scotland. University of Glasgow :
Duke of Montrose, (fee.

Ireland. Marquis of Ormonde ;
Black Book of Limerick, (fee.



Report,



Fourth
Part I.

Contents : —
England.
minster
Oxford
Hythe



Appendix.



House of Lords. West-
Abbey ; Cambridge and
Colleges ; Cinque Ports,
and other Corporations;
Marquis of Bath, Earl of Denbigh,
&c.
Scotland. Duke of Argyll, (fee.
Ireland. Trinity College, Dublin ;
Marquis of Ormonde.



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FouETH Report. Part II. Index -

Fifth Report, with Appendix. 1'ai;t I.
Contents : —

England. House of Lords ; Oxford
and Cambridge Colleges ; Dean and



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