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60. Materials Por A History Op The Reign Op Henry VII., Prom Original Documents Preserved In The Public Record Oppice. Vols. I. and II. Edited by the Rev. William Campbell, M.A., one of Her Majesty's Inspectors of Schools. 1873-1877.

These volumes are valuable as illustrating the acts and proceedings ol Henry VII. on ascending the throne, and shadow out the policy he afterwards adopted.

61. Historical Papers And Letters Prom The Northern Registers. Edited by James Raine, M.A., Canon of York, and Seeretary of the Surtees Society. 1873.

The documents in this volume illustrate, for the most part, the general history of the north of England, particularly in its relation to Scotland.

62. Registrum Palatinum Di/nelmense. The Register Op Richard De Kellawe, Lord Palatine And Bishop Op Durham; 1311-1316. Vols. I., II., III., and IV. Edited by Sir Thomas Duppus Hardy, D.C.L., Deputy Keeper of the Publio Records. 1873-1878.

Bishop Kcllawc's Register contains the proceedings of his prelacy, both lay and ecclesiastical, and is the earliest Register of the Palatinate of Durham.

63. Memorials Op Saint Dunstan, Archrishop Op Canterbury. Edited, from various MSS., by William Stubrs, M.A., Regius Professor of Modern History, and Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. 1874.

This volume contains several lives of Archbishep Dunstan, one of the most celebrated Primates of Canterbury. They open various points of Historical and Literary interest, witheut which our knowledge of the period would bo more incomplete than it is at present.

64. Chronicon Anglic, Ab Anno Domini 1328 Usque Ad Annum 1388, Auctore

Monacho Quodam Sancti Albani. Edited by Edward Maunde Thompson,

Esq., Barrister-at-Law, and Assistant-Keeper of the Manuseripts in tho

British Museum. 1874.

This chronicle gives a circumstantial history of the close of the reign of Edward III. which has hitherto been considered lost.

65. Thomas Saga Erkibyskups. A Lipe Op Archrishop Thomas Becket, In IceLandic. Vols. I. andll. Edited, with English Translation, Notes, and Glossary by M. Eirikr Magnusson, M.A., Sub-Librarian of the University Library, Cambridge. 1875-1884.

This work is derived from the Life of Becket written by Benedict of Peterborough, and apparently supplies tho missing portions ill Benedict's biography.

66. Radulphi De Coggeshall Chronicon Anglicanum. Edited by the Rev. Josbph Stevenson, M.A. 1875.

This volume contains the "Chronicon Anglicanum," by Ralph of Coggleshall, the " Libellus de Expugnatione Terra; Sanctae per Saladinum," usually ascribed to the same auther, and other pieces of an interesting character.

67. Materials Por The History Op Thomas Becket, Archrishop Op Canterbury. Vols. I., II., III., IV., V., and VI. Editedby the Rev. James Craicie Robertson, M.A., Canon of Canterbury. 1875-1883. Vol. VII. Edited by Joseph Brigstocke Sheppard, Esq., LL.D. 1885.

This publication comprises all contemporary materials for the history of Archbishep Themas Becket. 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 Solisbury; Alan of Tewkesbury; and Edward Grim. The third, the life by William Fitzstepheu; and Herbert of Bosham. The fourth, anonymous lives, Quadrilogus, &c. The fifth, sixth, and seventh, the Epistles, and known letters.

68. Radulpi De Diceto Decani Lundoniensis Opera Historica. The Historical Works Op Master Ralph De Diceto, Dean Op London. Vols. I. and II. Edited, from the Original Manuscripts, by William Stubbs. M.A., Begius Professor of Modern History, and Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. 1876.

The Historical Works of Ralph de Diceto are some of the most valuable materials for British History. The Abbreviationes Chronicorum extend from the Creation to 1147, and thoYinagines Historiarum to 1201.

69. Roll Op The Proceedings Op The King's Council In Ireland, Por A Portion Op The 16th Year Op Tub Reign Op Richard II. 1392-93. Edited by the Rev. James Graves, A.B. 1877.

This Roll throws considerable light on the History of Ireland at a period little known. It seems tho only document of the kind extant.

70. Hbnrici De Bracton De Legibus Et Consuetudinibus Anglle Libriquinque In Varios Tractatus Distincti. Ad Diversorum Etvetustissimorumcodi

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Cum Collations* Trm Vuloati. Vols. I., II., III., IV.,V.,and VI. Edited by Sir Travers Twiss, Q.C., D.C.L. 1878-1883.

This is a new edition of Bractou's culehratud work, collated with MSS. in the British Museum; the Libraries of Lincoln's Inn, Middle Temple,and Gray's Inn; Bouleian Library, Oxford; the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Ac.

71. The Historians Op Tub Church Oi York, And Its Archbishops. Vols. I. and II. Edited by James Rainb, M. A., Canon of York, and Secretary of the Sartees Society. 1879-1886.

This will form a complete " Corpus Historicum Eboraoense," a work very much needed, and of great value to the Historical Inquirer.

72. Begistrum Malmesburiense. The Register or Malmesburt Abbey; PreServed In The Public Record Oppice. Vols. I. and II. Edited by J. S. Brewer, M.A., Preacher at the Rolls, and Rector of Toppesfield; and Charles Trice Martin, Esq., B.A. 1879,1880.

This work illustrates many curious points of history, the growth of society, the distribution of land, the relations of landlord and tenant, national customs, 4o.

73. Historical -works Op Gervase Op Canterbury. Vols. I. and II. The Chronicle Op The Reigns Op Stephen, Henry II., and Bichard I., By GerVase, Thb Monk Op Canterbury. Editedby -william Stubbs, D.D.; Canon Residentiary of St. Paul's, London ; Begins Professor of Modern History and Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford; &c. 1879,1880.

The Historical Works of Gervaso of Canterbury are of great importance as regards the questions of Church and State, during the poriod in which he wrote. This work was printed by Twysdcn, in the " Historia) Anglicann Scriptoros X ," more than two centuries ago. The present edition has received critical examination and illustration.

74. Henrici Archidiaconi Huntendunensis Historia Anglorum. The History op The English, By Henry, Archdeacon Op Huntingdon, from A.d. 55 to A.d. 115-1, in Eight Booka. Edited by Thomas Arnold, Esq.,m.a., of University College, Oxford. 1879.

Henry of Huntingdon's work was first printed by Sir Henry Savile, in 1506. in his " Scriptores post Bedam," and reprinted at Frankfort in 1601. Both editions are very rare and inaccurate. The first five books of the History were published in IMS in the " Monuments Historica Britannica," which is out of print. The present volume contains the whole of the manuscript of Huntingdon's History in eight books, collatod with a manuscript lately discovered at Paris.

75. The Historical -works Op Symeon Op Durham. Vols. I. and II. Edited by Thomas Arnold, Esq., M. A., of University College, Oxford. 1882-1885.

The first volume of this edition of the Historical Works of Symeon of Durham, contains the "Historia Dunelmensis Ecclesue," and other Works. The second volume contains the " Historia Regum," 4c.

70. Chronicles Op The Reigns Op Edward I. And Edward II. Vols. I. and II. Edited by -william Stubbs, D.D., Canon Residentiary of St. Paul's, London; Regius Professor of Modern History, and Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, &c. 1882,1883.

The first volume of these Chronicles contains tho " Annales Londonienses " and the " Annalcs Paulini:" the second, I.—Commendatio Lamentabilis in Transitu magni Regis Edwardi. II.—Gesta Edwardi de Carnarvan Auctorc Canonico Bridlingtoniensi. III.—Monachi cuiusdam Mahneaberiensis Vita, Edwardi II. IV.—Vita et Mors Edwardi II. Conscripta a Thema dc la Moore.

77. Rbgi8trum Epistolarum Fratris Johannis Peckham, Archiepiscopi CanTuariensis. Vols. I., II., and III. Edited by Charles Trice Martin, Esq., B.A..F.S.A., 1882-1886.

These Letters are of great value for illustrating English Ecclesiastical History.

78. Register Op S. Osmund. Edited by the Rev. -W. H. Ricn Jones, M.A., F.S.A., Canon of Salisbury, Vicar of Bradford-on-Avon. Vols. I. and II. 1883,1884.

This Register, of which a complete copy is here printed for the first time, is among tho most ancient, and certainly the most treasured of the muinments of the Bishops of Salisbury. It derives its name from containing the statutes, rules, and orders made or compiled by S. Osmund, to be observed in the Cathedral and diocese of Salisbury. The first 19 folios contain the " Consuetudinary," the exposition, as regards ritual, of the " Use of Sarum."

79. Chartulary Op The Ancient Benedictine Abbey Op Ramsey, from the MS. in

the Public Record Office. Vols. I. and II. 1884,1886. Edited by *william

Henry Hart, Esq., F.S.A., and the Rev. Ponsonby Annesley Lyons.

This Chartulary of the Ancient Benedictine Monastery of Ramsey, Huntingdonshire, came to the Crown on the Dissolution of Monasteries, was afterwards preservni in the Stone Tower, Westminster Hall, and thaaoe transferred to the Public Record Office.


80. Chabtularies Op St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin, With The Register Op Its House At Dunbbody, County Op Wexpobd, And Annals Op Ireland, 1162-1370. From the MSS. in the Bodleian Library and British. Mnseum. Edited by John Thomas Gilbert, Esq., F.S.A., M.R.I.A. Vols. I. & II. 1884 and 1885.

The Chartularies and register, here printed for the first time, are the only surviving manuscripts of their class in connexion with the Cistercians in Ircland. With them are included accounts of the other establishments of the Cistercian Order in Ireland, together with the earliest body of Anglo-Irish Annals extant.

81. Eadmeri Historia Novobum In Anglia, Et Opuscula Duo De Vita Sancti Ansblmi Et QUIUU8DAH Miraculis Ejus. 1884. Edited by the Rev. Martin Bulb, M.A.

This volume contains the "Historian Novorum in Anglia," of Eadmer; his treatise "De Vita et conversatione Ansehni Archiepisoopi Cantuariensis," and a Tract entitled "Quaedam Parva Descriptio Miraculorum gloriosi Patris Anselmi Cantuariensis."

82. Chronicles Op The Reigns Op Stephen, Henry II., And Richard I. Vols. I.

II., and III., 1884-1886. Edited by Richard Howlett, Esq., of the Middle
Temple, Barrister-at-law.

Vol. I. contains Books I.-IV. of the "Historia Eorum Anglicarum " of William of Ncwburgh; Vol. II. contains Book V. of that work, the continuation of the same to A.D. 1298, and tho "Draco Normannicus" of Etienne de Rouen.

Vol. III. contains the "fiesta Stephani Regis," tho Chronicle of Richard of Hexham, the "Relatio do Standardo " of St. Aelred of Rievaulx, the poem of Jordan Fantosme, and the Chronicle of Richard of Devizes.

83. Chronicle Op The Ancient Abbey Op Ramsey, from the Chartnlary of that Abbey, in the Public Record Office. 1886. Edited by the Rev. William Dunn Macray, M.A., P.S.A., Rector of Dncklington, Oxon.

This Chronicle forms part of the Chartulary of the Abbey of Ramsey, preserved in the Public Record Oftice {see No. 7»).

84. Chronica Rogeri De Wendover, Sive Plores Historiabum. Vol. I. Edited by Henry Gay Hewlett, Esq., Keeper of the Records of the Land Revenue.

This edition gives that portion only of Roger of Wondover's Chronicle which can be accounted an original authority.

85. The Letter Boors Op The Monastery Op Christ Church, Canterbury. Edited by Joseph Brigstocke Sheppard, Esq., LL.D. Vol. I., 1887.

The letters printed in this volume were chiefly written between the years 1296 and 1SS3. Among the most notable writers were Prior Henry of Eastry, Prior Richard Oxenden, and the Archbisheps Raynold and Meopham.

86. The Metrical Chronicle Op Robert Op Gloucester. Edited by William Aldis Wright, Esq., M.A. Parts I. and II., 1887.

Tho 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 which he describes. The language in which it is written was the dialect of Gloucestershire at that time.

87. Chronicle or Robert Op Bbunne. Edited by Frederick James Pubnivall, Esq., M.A., of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, Barrister-at-Law. Parts I and II. 1887.

Robert of Brunno, or Bourne, co. Lincoln, was a member of the Gilbertine Order established at Seinpringham. H is Chronicle is described by its editor as a work of fiction, a contribution notto English history, but to tho history of English.

88. Icelandic Sagas And Other Historical Documents relating to the Settlements and Descents of the Northmen on the British Isles. Vol. L Orkneyinga Saga, and Magnus Saga. Vol. II. Hakonar Saga, and Magnus Saga. Edited by M. Gudbrand Vigpusson, M.A.

89. The Tripartite Lipe Op St. Patrick, with other documents relating to that

Saint. Edited by Whitley Stokes, Esq., LL.D., D.C.L., Honorary Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford; and Corresponding Member of the Institute of France. Parts I. and II.

90. Willelmi Monachi Malmesbibiensis De Regum Gestis Anglobum, LIBBI V.; Et Historlk Novella, Libbi III. Edited by William Stubbs, D.D., Bishop of Chester. Vols. I. and II.

In the Press.

Icelandic Sagas, And Other Historical Documents relating to the Settlements and Descents of the Northmen on the British Isles. Vols. Ill

IV. Translated by Sir George Webbe Dasent, D.C.L., Oxon.


Jn the Press—(continued^.

Lestorie Des Engles Solum Gepprei Gaimar. Edited by the lato Sir Thomas Duppus Hardy, D.O.L., Deputy Keeper of the Public Records; continued and translated by C Harles Trice Martin, Esq., B.A., F.S.A. Vols. I. and II.

Chabtulary Op The Ancient Benedictine Abbey Op Ramsey, from the MS. in the Public Record Office. Vol. III. Editedby William Henry Ttari, Esq., F.S.A., and the Rev. Ponsonby Annesley Lyons.


City Op Sarum, 1100-1300; forming an Appendix to the Register of S.

Osmund. Vol. III. Edited by the Rev. W. H. Rich Jones, M.A., F.S.A.,

Canon of Salisbury, Vicar of Bradford-nn-Avon. Flores Histop.iarum, Per Matth.bum Westmonasteriensem Collecti. Edited by

Henry Richards Luard, D.D., Fellow of Trinity College, Registrary of the

University, and Vicar of Great St. Mary's, Cambridge. Ranulp De Glanvill; Tractatus De Legibus Et Consuetudinibus Anglls, &c.

Edited and translated by Sir Travers Twiss, Q.C., D.CL. Chronicle Op Adam Murimuth, with the Chboniule Op Robert Op Avesbury.

Edited by Edward Maunde Thompson, Esq., Keeper and Egerton Librarian

of the Manuseript Department in the British Museum.

Yearbooks Op The Reign Op Edward III. Edited and translated by Luke Owen

Pike, Esq., M.A., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law. Chronicle Op Henry Knighton, Canon of Leicester, to tho death of Richard II.

Edited by the Rev. JosEpn Rawson Lumby, D.D. Chronica Rogeri De Wendover, Sive Flores Historiarum. Edited by Henry

Gay Hewlett, Esq., Keeper of tho Records of tho Land Revenue. Vol. II.

The Letter Books Op The Monastery Op Christ Church, Canterbury. Edited by Joseph Brigstocke Sheppard, Esq., LL.D. Vol. 1L

In Progress.

Descriptive Catalogue Op Manuscripts Relating To The History Op Great Britain And Ireland. Vol. IV.; 1327, &c Edited Jvthe lato Sir Thomas Duppus Hardy, D.C.L., Deputy Keeper of tho Public Records, and C. Trice Martin, Esq., B.A., F.S.A.

The Treatise "Deprincipum Instructione," of Giraldus Cambrensis; withan Index to the first four volumes of the "Works of Giraldus Cambrensis," editedby the Rov. J. S. Brewer. Edited by George F. Warner, Esq., of the Department of MSS., British Museum.

Recueil Des Croniques Et Anchiennes Istories De La Grant Bretaigne A Pbesentnomme Engleterre, par Jehan De Waurin. Vol. V. 1443-1461. Edited by Sir William Hardy, F.S.A., and Edward L. C. P. Hardy, Esq., F.S.A., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law.

The Red Book Op The Exchequer, preserved in the Public Record Office.

Edited by Walpord Daking Selby, Esq., of the Public Record Office. Annals Or Memorials Op St. Edmondsbury. Edited by Thomas Arnold, Esq.,

M.A., of University College, Oxford.

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