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DeWindt, Anne R., and Edwin B. DeWindt, ed. and trans. Royal Justice and the Medieval English Countryside: the Huntingdonshire Eyre of 1286, the Ramsey Abbey Banlieu Court of 1287, and the Assizes of 1287-88. 2 Vols. Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies. Studies and Texts, 57. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1981.

Abstract: Contents: Part 1, Introduction and texts; Part 2, Appendix, glossary, bibliography, biographical register, and indexes.

Gross, Charles, ed. Select Cases Concerning the Law Merchant. 3 Vols. SS, 23 for 1908, 46 for 1929, 49 for 1932. London: Quaritch, 1908.
Abstract: Vol. 1, "Local Courts" contains numerous extracts, with translations from the Latin records of Fair Courts from 1270-1638; Vol. 2, "Central Courts," includes cases drawn from the Curia Regis rolls, the Assize rolls, the records of the Courts of King's Bench, Court of Common Pleas and Court of the Exchequer, and Chancery proceedings, from 1239-1633, translated into English; Vol. 3, "Statutory Recognizances and Special Assizes," is a supplementary volume which contains records of proceedings on statutory and official recognisances (Statutes Merchant and Statutes Staple) and a number of additional cases and documents concerning mercantile law.

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