Great Britain. Public Record Office. List and Index of Court Rolls: Preserved in the Public Record Office. Great Britain. Public Record Office. Lists and indexes, 6. New York: Kraus Reprint , 1963.
--- List of Plea Rolls of Various Courts, Preserved in the Public Record Office. Public Record Office: List and indexes, 4. London: Holbrook, for HMSO, 1910.
Abstract: Includes rolls of the old curia regis, king's bench, common pleas, exchequer, eyres, marshal sea, exchequer of the Jews, palatinates of Durham, Lancaster and Chester, courts of Wales, coroners' inquests.
--- List of Various Common-Law? Records. Great Britain. Public Record Office. Lists and indexes: Supplementary series, 1. New York: Kraus Reprint, 1970.
Abstract: Contents: Plea rolls; Essoin rolls; Rolls and writs of the court Coram Rege, Henry III.; Common pleas essoin rolls, Edward I-George? III.;Gaol delivery rolls and files.
--- Plea Rolls (E.13) for the Period 1216-1307 (Microfilm). London: PRO , 1970.
Abstract: Text in Latin. List of plea rolls of various courts preserved in the PRO.
Illingworth, William, ed. Placitorum in Domo Capitulari Westmonasteriensi Asservatorum Abbreviatio : Temporibus Regum Ric. I, Johann, Henr. III, Edw. I, Edw. II . London: Eyre and Strahan, 1811.
Abstract: Calendars and indexes, compiled early in the 17th century, to pleas in the king's bench, 1 Edward I-10 Henry V, and common pleas, 1-18 Edward I, with the placita exercitus, 24 Edward I, and other earlier pleas mainly from the curia regis rolls, although there are a few assize rolls, and some rolls of Nisi Prius trials in London. Contains the text of the 1194 Wiltshire eyre, the earliest roll of a common pleas eyre.
Rigg, James M., and Hilary Jenkinson, eds. Calendar of the Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews Preserved in the Public Record Office. 4 Vols. Jewish Historical Society Publication ed. London: Macmillan, 1905-1929.
Abstract: The calendar gives a full abstract in English of such rolls as are preserved. Vol. 1, Henry III, 1218-1272; Vol. 2, Edward I, 1273-1275; Vol. 3, Edward I, 1275-1277; Vol. 4, contains text and English translation. These records have separate 'pleas' sections, but they are essentially memoranda rolls.