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Hospital at Bodmin, in Cornwall Dugdale, William, Sir English Cornwall
Priory of New Rumney, in Kent Dugdale, William, Sir English Kent
Studies in Medieval and Rennaissance History n.s.
Destroyed Monastery of Richmond, in Yorkshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Yorkshire
College of Sudbury, in Suffolk Dugdale, William, Sir English Suffolk
Hospital of Spittel on the Street, in Lincolnshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Lincolnshire
Slave Raiding and Slave Trading in Early England Pelteret, D.
Abbey of Gaille-Fontaine Dugdale, William, Sir English Normandie (Haute)
Grey Friars of Lincoln Dugdale, William, Sir English Lincolnshire
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Lettres secretes et curiales du papa Urbain V(1362-1370)se rapportant a la France Lecacheux,P and G.Mollat
Monastery of Burton Upon Trent, in Staffordshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Staffordshire
Hospital at Cookham, in Surrey Dugdale, William, Sir English Surrey
Bultot, R., Christianisme et valeurs humaines, vol. 4, 2, Les Moeurs des moniales (Louvain-Paris: 1964). Bultot
Monasteries of the Carthusian Order, Introduction Dugdale, William, Sir English
Black Friars of Winchester Dugdale, William, Sir English Hampshire
Free Chapel of St. George, in Shrewsbury Dugdale, William, sir English Shropshire
Temple Dynnesley, in Hertfordshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Herfordshire
Austin Friars of Cambridge Dugdale, William, Sir English Cambridgeshire
Harwolde, or Harwood Priory, in Bedfordshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Bedfordshire
Priory of St. Mary Spital, or New Hospital of Our Lady, wihtout Bishopsgate, London Dugdale, William, Sir English
Black Friars of Northampton Dugdale, William, Sir English Northamptonshire
Cell of Kalenda, or Kaylend, in Northamptonshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Northamptonshire
Via Crucis. In cammino con Angela da Foligno Andreoli, Sergio (ed) Italian
Destroyed Monastery of Dacor, in Cumberland Dugdale, William, Sir English Cumberland
Austin Priory of Benethley, or Bentley, in Middlesex Dugdale, William, Sir English Middlesex
Hospital of St. John the Evangelist, at Cambridge Dugdale, William, Sir English
Priory of Stratfield Say, in Berkshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Berkshire
Destroyed Monastery of Bitumaeum, also Ad Tuueoneaum, in Worcestershire Dugdale, William, Sir English Worcestershire
Collegiate Church of St. Martin le Grand, within Aldersgate, London Dugdale, William, Sir English
Hospital at Puckeshall, in Kent Dugdale, William, Sir English Kent
Calendar of Inquisitions Miscellaneous(Chancery)preserved in the P.R.O. (HenryIII-HenryV)
Abbey of St. George at Bocherville, in Normandy Dugdale, William, Sir English
Grey Friars of Hartlepool, in the County of Durham Dugdale, William, Sir English Durham
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Bardney Abbey, in Lincolnshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Lincolnshire
Hospital at Glastonbury Dugdale, William, Sir English Somerset
Early Lincoln Wills: An abstract of all the wills & administrations recorded in the Episcopal registers of the old diocese of Lincoln, comprising the counties of Lincoln, Rutland, Northampton, Huntington, Bedford, Buckingham, Oxford, Leicester, and Hertfo Gibbons, Alfred W. English Lincolnshire
Monasteries of Kells and Inistioge, in the County of Kilkenny Dugdale, William, Sir English Kilkenny
Early Welsh Genealogical Tracts Bartrum, P. C. English
College of Luffwick, in Northamptonshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Northamptonshire
Aslakeby Preceptory, in Lincolnshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Lincolnshire
Carmelites, or White Friars of Sutton, in Yorkshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Yorkshire
Guyon, Jeanne-Marie Bouvier de la Motte, Vie de Mme. Guyon 'ecrite par elle-m^eme (Cologne: La Pierre, 1720). Guyon
Bissemede, or Bushmead Priory, in Bedfordshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Bedfordshire
Des Augustinerpropstes Iohannes Busch Chronicon Windeshemense und Liber de Reformatione Monasteriorum Grube,Karl
Black Friars of Gloucester Dugdale, William, Sir English Gloucestershire
Beigham, or Bayham Abbey, in Sussex Dugdale, William, Sir English Sussex
Destroyed Monastery of Hamme, in Berkshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Berkshire
Ratlingcope, or Ratelynghope Priory, in Shropshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Shropshire

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