Extracts from the Close Rolls, 1289—1368
the intimate correspondence summarised above, the only two occasions on which Mrs. Davis saw Dickens were at public readings by the novelist.
March 1915.4 Extracts from the Close Rolls, 1289-1368.
4 Extracts from the Close Rolls, 1289-1368.
We start within measurable distance of the Expulsion of the Jews, and we soon encounter allusions to that momentous event. Public pro? clamations are recorded, e.g. under date July 18th, 1290; private exiles are alluded to, see Aug. 25th; whilst the so-called Statute of Jewry, passed fifteen years before, is quoted, on Nov. 5th. [Mr. Rigg’s reprint of this in his Select Gases (pp. xl-xlii) may be referred to, with his note on the word ” curialitas ” in his glossary.] Under July 15th, 1293, there is an interesting echo of the punishment deservedly inflicted on certain cruel shipmen at the time of the Expulsion.
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H. P. Stokes
Other articles within the volume
- JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND. REPORT, 1893-94 [etc.]
- THE DEBTS AND HOUSES OF THE JEWS OF HEREFORD IN 1290
- LITTLE ST. HUGH OF LINCOLN. RESEARCHES IN HISTORY, ARCHÆOLOGY, AND LEGEND
- CRYPTO-JEWS UNDER THE COMMONWEALTH
- A HOMAGE TO MENASSEH BEN ISRAEL
- THE DOMUS CONVERSORUM
- A HEBREW ELEGY
- A PLEA FOR ANGLO-JEWISH HISTORY, Inaugural Address delivered at the first meeting of the society, November 11th, 1893
- Anglo-Judaica in the Catalogue of the British Museum Hebrew Manuscripts
- The Northampton “Donum” of 1194
- The Lehman—Goldsmid Litigation
- “Theodore Cyphon.”
- Jews and the Coral Trade
- The Netherbury Tombstone
- Passes Issued to Jews in the Period 1689 to 1696
- Colonial Commerce
- Mrs. Brydges Willyams and Benjamin Disraeli
- Maria Fernandez de Carvajal
- Extracts from the Close Rolls, 1289—1368
- Charles Dickens and Eliza Davis
- A Petition from Haslemere in 1753
- The Bodleian Bowl