1 edition of Letter from Oxford. found in the catalog.
Letter from Oxford.
Signed by O.S. Franks and others. Dated: Oxford, 1932.
|Contributions||Franks, Oliver, Baron, 1905-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||folder ( p.)|
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These recognizances have their value as illustrating the commercial intercourse of the citizens of London with Gascony and Spain in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, more especially in connection with wine and leather; the names of those sworn as "correctors" coretaruor licensed brokers, of those commodities, appear on the first page of Letter-Book A.
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And so it is in all other things as well as in man. After all, the O. The books, written in scores of varying hands, are not in strict chronological sequence, but speak in detail of the business habits of Chamberlains of the City of London and Common Clerks in the times of the Plantagenetsand contain entries in English, French, and Latin.
The irregular, and at times haphazard, manner in which entries have been made in at least the first two Letter-Books, and their overlapping each other in point of chronology, [b] may also be accounted for by each clerk having been in the habit of keeping in his own custody the books or calendars upon which he happened to be engaged for the time being.
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