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HOSEBONDERIE

MRJ number: 
248
College classmark: 
N.13

Vellum roll, 7 ft 5 in. long by 6 in. broad (the last 9 inches a detached piece).  13th – 14th cent., well written.

 

Contents:

 

Ceo est hosebonderie.

Cest escrit si aprent la manere coment hom deit charger bailifs et prouoz sur

    lur aconte rendre de un maner e coment hom deit manor garder

         Au primer deit celuy ke rent aconte iurrer ke il rendra leal aconte, etc.

Ends on the back:

         fors en ii aunz: si aueret ii galons de miel de chescune rouche.

                    Expl. hosebonderie.

Omnibus est notum quod multum diligo <potum>.

Printed from this MS. by Lamond and Cunningham (Walter of Henley, pp. 59 and xl).

Supplementary information 

Negative microfilm in St John's College Library.

D. Oschinsky (ed.), Walter of Henley and other Treatises on Estate Management and Accounting (Oxford, 1971).

M. T. Clanchy, From Memory to Written Record: England 1066 - 1307 (London, 1979), p. 113.

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