The Red Book of the Exchequer

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A rich resource for medieval historians, the Liber rubeus de Scaccario is a register, or book of remembrance, first compiled in the clerical offices of the Exchequer during the reign of Henry III. It contains documents from the post-Conquest period up to the year 1230. Including deeds and grants, as well as records of serjeanties and material from pipe rolls and various other sources, it has been deemed second only to the Domesday Book in importance for its wealth of genealogical and geographical information. The...

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The red book of the exchequer : a reply to Mr. J. H. Round

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Overview

A rich resource for medieval historians, the Liber rubeus de Scaccario is a register, or book of remembrance, first compiled in the clerical offices of the Exchequer during the reign of Henry III. It contains documents from the post-Conquest period up to the year 1230. Including deeds and grants, as well as records of serjeanties and material from pipe rolls and various other sources, it has been deemed second only to the Domesday Book in importance for its wealth of genealogical and geographical information. The various records were brought together in order to provide a convenient single source for establishing legal precedents, and it remained in use throughout the middle ages. This three-volume edition was prepared by the archivist Hubert Hall (1857–1944) and published in 1896. Among the documents in Volume 3 are the Constitutio domus regis (c.1135) and selected writs of privilege.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781108053266
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 11/18/2012
  • Series: Cambridge Library Collection - Rolls
  • Pages: 710
  • Product dimensions: 5.98 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 1.57 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface; Constitution domus regis; Allocationes per brevia; Brevia de privilegio; Dietae in scaccario; Memoranda pro rege; De separatione facienda in extractis justiciariorum de debitis; Ordinatio super compotis per attornatum; De scaccario tenendo; De ordinatione scaccarii annis xvi., xvii., et xix Edwardi Secundi; Processus de modo allocandi libertates magnatum regni; Provisio de diebus datis ad placitandum in scaccario; Brevia de ponderibus liberandis et talliis innovandis; De statu scaccarii Dublini; Provisiones de Judaismo; De cambio et moneta; Tractatus novae monetae; De Herefordiensi episcopo; De ecclesia de Etone; Breve pro ecclesia de Kirketone; De custodia terrarum Galfridi de Lucy; De diversis cartis comitissae Albemarlae, etc.; De speciali materia tangente episcopatum Dunolmensem; De querela Thomae nuper comitis Lancastriae; Expositiones vocabulorum; De multuris episcoporum; Memoranda de bullis liberatis camerariis ad custodiendum; Transcripta bullarum; Carta et litterae regis Franciae de terra Vasconiae; De libertatibus concessis mercatoribus vinetariis de ducatu Aquitaniae; Summa taxationis; De fidelitate archiepiscopi Rothomagensis; De Judaeis recedentibus ab Anglia; De inceptione datarum; De aqua Tynae; De assaio monetae anno xxvii. regis Henrici III.

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