Essays in medieval history presented to Thomas Frederick Tout; edited by A.G. Little and F.M. Powicke.
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Little, A. G. 1863-1945,
Powicke, F. M. 1879-1963,
Tout, T. F. 1855-1929.
Great Britain -- History -- To 1485.
x, 432 pages illustrations, map, plan, portrait 27 cm
These papers, many of which are concerned With problems in the administrative history of England during the middle ages, are Presented by his colleagues, pupils and many other friends, on the occasion of his seventieth birthday, to Thomas Frederick Tout.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
The constitution of provincial chapters in Minorite order, by A.G. Little.--Hugo de Novocastro or de Castronovo, frater minor, by C.-V. Langlois.--Some notes on Barbour's "Bruce", books XIV.-XVI. and XVIII., by R. Dunlop.--Exchequer migrations to York in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, by Dorothy M. Broome.--La conférence d'Avignon (1344) by E. Déprez.--The administration of Normandy, 1420-1422, by W.T. Waugh.--A note on the pre-Tudor secretary, by Florence M.G. Higham.--Documents inédits sur l'organisation de l'artillerie royale au temps de Louis XI., by R. Fawtier.--A list of the published writings of T.F. Tout, compiled by Mary Tout.--List of subscribers.
The familia at Christchurch, Canterbury, 597-832, by Margaret Deanesly.--The south-western element in the Old English chronicle, by F.M. Stenton.--Nennius the author of the "Historia Brittonum", by F. Liebermann.--London lands and liberties of St. Paul's, 1066-1135, by H.W.C. Davis.--The early lives of Robert Pullen and Nicholas Breakspear, by R.L. Poole.--Henry II. as a patron of literature, by C.H. Haskins.--Liber burgus, by J. Tait.--Querimoniae Normannorum, by C. Petit-Dutaillis.--Some observations on the baronial council (1258-1260) and the Provisions of Westminster, by F.M. Powicke.--The keeper of papal bulls, by C. Johnson.--Les "overdraghes" et les "portes d'eau" en Flandre au XIIIe siècle, by H. Pirenne.--The financial and administrative importance of the London Temple in the Thirteenth century, by Agnes Sandys.--Le statut "De justiciis assignatis quod vocatur Rageman", by C. Bémont.--Archbishop Pecham and the Council of Lambeth of 1281, by Hilda Johnstone.--Ralph of Hengham as chief justice of the common pleas, by Sir P. Vinogradoff.--The personnel of the commons in Parliament under Edward I. and Edward II., by J.G. Edwards.--The memoranda rolls and the remembrancers, 1282-1350, by J.F. Willard.--The tower as an exchequer record office in the reign of Edward II., by V.H. Galbraith.
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