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London Record Society

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Helena M. Chew & William Kellaway (editors)

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1973

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7

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'Abbreviations', London assize of nuisance 1301-1431: A calendar (1973), pp. VII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=35967 Date accessed: 23 September 2014.


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ABBREVIATIONS

Borough customs Borough customs, ed. Mary Bateson (Selden Soc.,
xviii, 1904; xxi, 1906). 2 vols.
C.E.M.C.R. Calendar of Early Mayor's Court Rolls 1298–1307,
ed. A. H. Thomas (1924)
C.I.P.M. Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem
C. Letter-Book (A-L) Calendar of Letter-Books . . . A-L, ed. R. R.
Sharpe (1899–1912). 11 vols.
C.P.M.R. Calendar of Plea and Memoranda Rolls preserved at Guildhall, 1323–1437, ed. A. H. Thomas;
1437–82, ed. P. E. Jones (1926–61). 6 vols.
C.P.R. Calendar of Patent Rolls
Cal. Wills Calendar of Wills proved and enrolled in the Husting,
ed. R. R. Sharpe (1889–90). 2 vols.
Chronicles of London Chronicles of the mayors and sheriffs of London,
transl. H. T. Riley (1863)
H.C.P.R. Husting of Common Pleas Rolls
H.P.L.R. Husting of Pleas of Land Rolls
H.R. Husting Rolls (of wills and deeds)
Lib. Alb.
Lib. Cust.
Munimenta Gildhallae Londoniensis, ed. H. T. Riley
(1859–62). 3 vols. in 4
London Eyre of 1244 The London Eyre of 1244, ed. H. M. Chew and M.
Weinbaum (London Rec. Soc., vi, 1970)
London possessory assizes London possessory assizes, ed. H. M. Chew (London Rec. Soc., i, 1965)
Memorials Memorials of London and London life, ed. H. T.
Riley (1868)
Novae narrationes Novae narrationes, ed. Elsie Shanks and S. F. C.
Milsom (Selden Soc., Ixxx, 1963)
Ricart's Kalendar The maire of Bristowe is Kalendar, by Robert Ricart,
ed. L. Toulmin Smith (Camden Soc., new
series, v, 1872)

All records cited are in the Corporation of London Records Office unless otherwise stated.

The following abbreviations are used in the calendar:

def. defendant
pl. plaintiff
par. parish
within 40 days etc. For explanation see p. xviii and 35.


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