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This page is for references to books of interest. Thus, a breviary is so typical that it almost certainly should not entered. Law books, however, show access to legal learning; literary works are important for similar reasons; named books for religious purposes etc are likewise interesting. Books without names should not be listed.

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M1291 A: Osbert de Foderinghay, clericus, sold book called 'Summa Innocens' to Roger de Novo Castro [1] SB

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  • M1325 A: London. John de Cantuar' v. Jacobus de Kerseye, detinue of a book worth 100s. Note that John of Cambridge is a sergeant at law in the Common Bench [2] SJ

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  • M1336 A: York. Elizabeth daughter of Milo de Stapelton v. Walter de Whytby, detinue of books and other things. Books are romances: Launcelot du Lac, de Rege Karolo, Sengsgreal (Saint Graal), Guydone de Warrwyk (Guy de Warwick), Generides, Vita Sanctorum, quartefitz Edmound). Goods were given to Walter by Gilbert de Stapelton on Monday after quindene of St Michaelmas 1315 in York [3] SB

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  • E1360 A: Vitas patrum, worth 40s, taken from the vicar of St Cuthbert, Welles. [4] rcp

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  • M1442 A: Thomas Burton of London owned 5 law books (unspecified) [5]SJ

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H1468 A: Essex. John Halstede, Abbot of Walden Abbey, versus William Grey, Bishop of Ely. Detinue book: The Floure of Storyes, (Flores Historiarum or possibly La Fleur des Histoires). [6] VM

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  • M1469 A: books taken from Thomas Tresham, knight: le newe statutes, a masse book, Vita Beate Marie virginis, and various housekeeping books [7] SJ

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E1485 A: London. Gerewin Brekefeld versus Richard Matsale, of London, grocer. Detinue two books: Aureus de Universo and Rudimentum Novitiorum.[8] RS & VM

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1593: Delivery of a set of books: The Homilies Whole; The Second Tome of Homilies; The Lavater de Pestilencia; Examen Piselii; Nehemia Lavater; The Image of Nature and Grace; Admonition to the French; Olevian on the Creed; The Sinful Man's Solace; A Treatise of the 60 Supper (or, perhaps, Last Supper); Brason of Papists; A Daily Exercise; A David Chayne; A Fruitful Instruction; A Treatise of Apostacy; A Mirror of Monsters; Wonder of the World; The Lamentation of Amyntas. [9]; case begins[10]

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