The English Parliament in the Middle Ages /
The English Parliament in the Middle Ages is a collection of 26 essays written by historians H.G. Richardson and G.O. Sayles between 1925 and 1967. These essays - some collaborative, and some written individually by Richardson and Sayles - illuminate various aspects of English parliamentary history,...
|Main Author:||Richardson, H. G. 1884-1974.|
|Other Authors:||Sayles, G. O. 1901-1994.|
English Parliament in the Middle Ages.
- Foreword; I: The Origins of Parliament (H.G.R.); II: The Earliest Known Official Use of the Term 'Parliament'; III: The Provisions of Oxford, 1258.; IV: Representation of Cities and Boroughs in 1268 (G.O.S.); V: The Parliament of Edward I; VI: The King's Ministers in Parliament, 1272-1307; VII: The Sources of Two Revisions of the Statute of Gloucester, 1278 (G.O.S.); VIII: The Clergy in the Easter Parliament, 1285; IX: Medieval Judges as Legal Consultants (G.O.S.); X: The Seizure of Wool at Easter 1297 (G.O.S.); XI: Parliamentary Representation in 1294, 1295 and 1307 (G.O.S.).