Paston letters and papers of the fifteenth century; [in 3 parts], edited by Norman Davis.
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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • England -- Social life and customs -- 1066-1485.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsDavis, Norman, 1913-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA240 P294
The Physical Object
Paginationv. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21255839M
ISBN 100198124155

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Parts I and II of Paston Letters and Papers of the Fifteenth Century, edited by Norman Davis, were originally published by the Clarendon Press in and , and were reissued with corrections by EETS in Part III completes the edition. Paston Letters and Papers of the Fifteenth Century Part III Edited by Richard Beadle and Colin Richmond Early English Text Society /Boydel & Brewer ISBN: Parts I and II of Paston Letters and Papers of the Fifteenth Century, edited by Norman Davis, were originally published by the Clarendon Press in and , and were. The authoritative edition of Parts 1 and 2 by Professor Norman Davis was published by the Clarendon Press in (Part 1) and (Part 2), and was reissued with corrections by EETS in Part 3, edited by Dr Richard Beadle and Professor Colin Richmond, completes the series planned by Professor Davis before his death. Paston family: Title: Paston letters and papers of the fifteenth century, Part I: Rights/Permissions: Oxford Text Archive number: UC. The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials are in the public domain.

Paston letters and papers of the fifteenth century, Part I. Paston family. Norman Davis. Gaffrey Benchard and Alexander Glouer, heywardys, tokyn a dystresse of John Jamys on þe bond tenement of A. Paston calde Reynaldys in Cromer þe xxviijti ȝere of þys kyng, and W. Goodwyn, baly of Cromer, wyth þe seyd J. Jamys wyth forsse toke awey. Richard Beadle and Colin Richmond, Paston Letters and Papers of the Fifteenth Century, - Part III, Early English Text Society, Supplementary Series 22 (Oxford, ). In the s, Norman Davis published two volumes, where he arranged the correspondence en bloc. THE PASTON LETTERS, an invaluable collection of letters and papers, consisting of the correspondence of members of the Paston family, and others connected with them, between the years and , and also including some state papers and other important documents. The bulk of the letters and papers were sold by William Paston, 2nd Earl of Yarmouth, the last representative of the .   The Paston family papers have long been consulted for their infomation about social history and politics in the fiftenth century, both within East Anglia and also nationally. Parts I and II of Paston Letters and Papers of the Fifteenth Century, edited by Norman Davis, were originally published by the Clarendon Press in and , and were Reviews: 3.

The Paston family papers provide an incomparable picture of life in fifteenth-century England, and richly illustrate the resources of the language at an important period. They have long been consulted by historians and other students of the fifteenth century for their information about social history and politics, both within East Anglia and also nationally. AND PAPERS OF THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY EDITED BY RICHARD BEADLE AND COLIN RICHMOND and of copies xxv List of additions and corrections to Parts I and II xxvi A working chronology of the Letters and Papers xxxix ADDITIONAL LETTERS AND PAPERS OF THE PASTON FAMILY WILLIAM PASTON I Indenture of agreement with William Joye, , Edited by Norman Davis. In , Norman Davis published a new edition, which was revised and expanded by Richard Beadle and Colin Richmond in Edited by Diane Watt. In , Diane Watt published The Paston Women: Selected Letters, which situates the letters in the context of medieval women's writing and medieval letter writing. It has fallen to a scholar of fifteenth-century literature, Richard Beadle, and one of fifteenth-century history, Colin Richmond, to complete Davis's work. They have produced a full index, incorporating the select index provided by Davis for the first two volumes and using notes found among Davis's papers.