Brand, Paul A., ed. Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews Preserved in the National Archives (Formerly the Public Record Office). Volume 6, Edward I, 1279-81. London: Jewish Historical Society of England, 2005. OCLC: 84150506
Abstract: Text in Latin, with introduction and notes in English. Vol. 6 continues the set, by James Rigg, Calendar of the plea rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews preserved in the Public Record Office (1905-1929).
Cohen, Sarah, Paul Brand, and W. M. Schwab, eds. Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews Preserved in the Public Record Office. Volume 5, Edward 1, 1277-1279. London: Jewish Historical Society of England, 1992-. OCLC: 38715112
Abstract: Text in Latin. Vol. 5. Edward I, 1277-1279, is a continuation of the four volume set, by James Rigg, Calendar of the plea rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews preserved in the Public Record Office (1905-1929).
Jenkinson, Hilary, and Beryl Fermoy, ed. Select Cases in the Exchequer of Pleas. SS, 48 for 1931. London: Quaritch, 1932. OCLC: 1917933
Abstract: "Reproduces cases from the Plea Rolls of the Court of Exchequer preserved at the PRO and decided in the reigns of Henry III and Edward I. (1236-1304)" Valuable for the student of the administrative history of the Exchequer.
Phillimore, William P. W., and Edward A. Fry, eds. Placita Coram Domino Rege Apud Westmonasterium De Termino Sancte Trinitatis Anno Regni Regis Edwardi, Filii Regis Henrici, Vicesimo Quinto; the Pleas of the Court of King's Bench, Trinity Term, 25 Edward I, 1297 . British Record Society Index Library, 19. London: British Record Society, 1898. OCLC: 42943212
Abstract: A transcript from the coram rege roll, Trinity Term, 25 Edward I.
Rigg, James M., ed. Select Pleas, Starrs and Other Records From the Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews (1220-1284). SS, 15 for 1901. London: Quaritch, 1901. OCLC: 1917313
Notes: Also available online in MOML (subscription database)
Abstract: "Selections from the Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews under Henry III and Edward I. The extant series is very incomplete for Henry III, but nearly complete for the reign of Edward I. Records end with the expulsion of the Jews in 1290."
Sayles, George O., ed. Select Cases in the Court of King's Bench Under Edward I. 3 Vols. SS, 55 for 1936, 57 for 1938, 58 for 1939 (Select Cases in the Court of King's Bench, Vols. I - III). London: Quaritch, 1936. OCLC: 57331931
Abstract: Selected cases from the original plea rolls of the Court of King's Bench at the PRO. Contents: Vol. I (SS, Vol. 55) AD 1270-1290; Vol. II (SS, Vol. 57) AD 1290-1293; Vol. III (SS, Vol. 58) AD 1294-1307.
Thompson, A. Hamilton, ed. Northumbrian Pleas From the De Banco Rolls. 2 Vols. Publications of the Surtees Society, 158, 159. Durham: Andrews & Co, 1950.
Abstract: Text in English. Contents: Vol. 1, 1-19 (1-5 Edward I); Vol. 2, 20-37 (5-8 Edward I).
Tout, Thomas F., and Hilda Johnstone, eds. State Trials of the Reign of Edward the First, 1289-1293. London: Royal Historical Society, 1906. OCLC: 3332783
Abstract: Trials, held before Edward I, of some of his chief justices and officials of trust, accused of extorting money, perverting justice, and using their official positions to serve their private ends, while the King was absent in Gascony in 1289. Contains 21 select cases from Plea Roll 541B. Appendices include an analysis of Roll 541A and 541B, listing 504 cases in Roll 541A, giving: name of accused, office hearing the case, name of accuser, offence, result, reference-membrane, and county, and 165 cases in Roll 541B.