Table of contents for The English manor, c. 1200-1500 / selected sources translated and annotated by Mark Bailey.


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Part I: The Composition and Origins of the Manor
Introductions
The Characteristics of the Medieval Manor
The Size and Composition of Medieval Manors
Origins and Development of the Manor
Manorial Documents
Part II: Manorial Surveys, Extents and Rentals
Surveys and Extents Before c. 1300
Land Tenures and Personal Status on the Medieval Manor
Surveys, Rentals and Terriers after c. 1300
Historical Uses of Surveys and Extents
Part III: Manorial Accounts

The Management of the Manor
The Format of the Account
The Evolution of the Account
Historical Uses of the Account
Subsidiary Documents of the Account
Part IV: Manor and Leet Courts
The Manor Court
The Leet Court
Manor and Leet Courts After c. 1400
Historical Uses of Court Rolls


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Manors England History To 1500 Sources, Peasantry England History To 1500 Sources, Landlord and tenant England History To 1500 Sources, Real property England History To 1500 Sources, Real estate management England History To 1500 Sources, Manorial courts England To 1500 Sources, England Economic conditions 1066-1485 Sources, England Social conditions 1066-1485 Sources