3 edition of medieval records of a London city church (St. Mary at Hill) A. D. 1420-1559. found in the catalog.
medieval records of a London city church (St. Mary at Hill) A. D. 1420-1559.
St. Mary at Hill (Church : London, England)
by For the Early English text society by K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & co., limited in London
Written in English
|Statement||by Henry Littlehales ...|
|Series||Early English text society. Original series -- no. 125, 128, Early English Text Society (Series) -- no. 125., Early English Text Society (Series) -- no. 128.|
|Contributions||Littlehales, Henry, 1859-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v.[xcvi, 449,  p.]|
|Number of Pages||449|
|LC Control Number||50026994|
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London (England). in money payd to Rogere Smalehode, plummer, for lede, Sowdowre, and workemanshyp of the same done and spent apon the church, the stepyll, the tenawntryes, prestis howsis, and apon the gutters of the same, as it apperyth by byllis of parcellis.
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