Chronicle Edited from British Library MS Lansdowne 204: Bibliography

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Chronicle Edited from British Library MS Lansdowne 204: Bibliography

MANUSCRIPTS AND DOCUMENTS

Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales, MS 7006D.

Arundel Castle, John Lydgate’s Lives of Saints Edmund and Fremund.

Cambridge, Cambridge Trinity College MS R.533 (724).

Cambridge, Cambridge University, King’s College Archive Centre KCE/11, KCE/20, KCE/106, KCE/110, KCE/136, WIL/34, WIL/47, WIL/48.

Cambridge, Cambridge Trinity College MS R.5.33 (724).

Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 133.

Edinburgh, National Library of Scotland MS 16500.

Hatfield, Hatfield House, Marquis of Salisbury, Cecil Papers 270.

Leeds, Brotherton Library MS 29.

London, College of Arms MS L6.

London, The British Library MSS Additional 62929; Cotton Augustus A. iv; Cotton Faustina A. ix; Cotton Vespasian A. xii; Egerton 615; Harley 2278; Harley 2285; Harley 3776; Harley 4565; Lansdowne 204; Royal 18 B.xxxi

London, The National Archives of the UK, Public Record Office: C 1/43/53; C 81/1432/53; C 81/1432/54; C 241/225/6; E 39/2/5; E 39/2/7; E 39/2/9; E 39/2/10; E 39/2/20; E 39/4/3a; E 39/87; E 39/96/3; E 39/96/4; E 39/96/5; E 39/97/4; E 101/69/8/540; E 101/330/9; E 159/217; E 159/221; E 159/234; E 199/23/37; E 199/24/3; E 199/24/4; E E 199/32/19; 372/286 to E 372/315; SC 8/304/15182; SC 8/305/15208.

London, Wellcome Library MS 8004.

New York, Columbia University MSS Plimpton 261; Plimpton 263.

New York, Public Library MS Spencer 19.

Norfolk, Holkham Hall MS 669.

Notre Dame, IN, University of Notre Dame MS 67.

Nottingham, Nottingham University Library MS 250.

Oxford, Bodleian Library MSS Arch. Selden B. 10; Ashmole 789; Ashmole 791; Duke Humphrey b. 1; Laud Misc. 740.

Oxford, Corpus Christi College MS 78.

San Marino, CA, Huntingdon Library MS HM55.

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