MS. Lat. hist. d. 3
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
Extracts from the plea rolls arranged by topics. The cases largely relate to Lancashire and Cheshire but also Staffs., Salop. and Wilts. There are extracts (fol.53, 55, 59v, 63, 64v, 67, 68, 168, 265, 269) from the rolls for the Palatinate of Lancaster of cases before William Gascoigne and others for 6–11 and 13 Hen.IV and (fol.200–2) from rolls for the Palatinate of Chester for 14 Hen.IV and I Hen.V. The originals are not in the P.R.O. according to Lists and Indexes, IV.
20–30 long lines, within frame-ruling
Blind-tooled brown suede over pasteboards; rebacked
Provenance and Acquisition
'J. Hales de ... pill', 15th century (fol. 8)
'Leonard Wight', 16th century (fols. 274v, 294v)
'Si hic liber perdatur ...', followed by 'Johanni Man restituat[ur]' (fol. 333v)
John Man, of Canterbury: 'This is Mr John Mans bocke dwellyng | in Caunterbury' (fol. 333v), 'Liber Johannis Man' Cantuar.' (fols. 1r, 333v)
'This volume belonged to Dr. Nasmith the editor of Tanner's Notitia Monastica'  (fol. ir)
Bought by the Bodleian in 1950.