Introductory Survey 1386-1421

by J.S. Roskell, published in 1993

The introductory survey for the 1386-1421 volumes of the History was compiled by Professor J.S. Roskell, with additional material by Linda Clark.

The survey remains the most comprehensive guide to the procedures and activities of Parliament in the late fourteenth and early fifteenth century.

Survey Chapters

The plan of these volumes is similar to that described on pp. xi-xv of volume I of The House of Commons 1558-1603, any modifications being due to the limitations of the sources. Members are styled according to their status at the assembly of...

Here you will find a chronologically listed abbreviations used within the Surveys and elsewhere in the History of Parliament publications.

This section of the Survey provides a list of the abbreviations used in the volumes for this...