Richard II, King of England, 1367-1400

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Accession date: 1377

Places: England

Title: King of England and Lord of Ireland

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referencedIn STAR CHAMBER PAPERS, etc.; temp. Elizabeth I. Partly Latin and French. Copies, except where otherwise described. Notes, titles, etc., by Beale passim. 1. ff. 1-4. Chancery fees and ordinances; n.d. Not included in G. Saunders, Orders of the High Cour..., 1271-1605 British Library
referencedIn FERRERS COLLECTIONS. Historical, heraldic, and genealogical notes, andpersonal legal memoranda of Henry Ferrers, of Baddesley-Clinton, co. Warw., antiquary (d. 1633). Autograph. The contents are as follows:-(1) Diary and personal memoranda. ff. 1-4,..., 13th century British Library
referencedIn Richard II, Privy seal, 1397. (10034)Richard II of England: Privy seal: 1397. British Library
referencedIn Richard II of England: Seals. British Library
referencedIn PRIVY SEAL, of' Richard I or II.; recent impression.. Presented by C. H. Read, Esq.Richard II of England: Privy seal of (or Richard I?).Richard I of England: Privy seal of Richard I. or II. British Library
referencedIn CHRONICLE of Richard II., etc., in French:-1. " Cy commenchent les cronicques du roy Richart dengleterre, comment ses seigneurs le trahirent et de sa mort et le couronnement du roy Henry de Lencastre, qui fu couronne apres lui en lan de grace mil cc..., 15th century British Library
referencedIn Kinwelmersh, Francis, d. 1580?. Collection of historical papers, ca. 1555-1577 [manuscript], compiled 1577. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn Treaties: Expenses incurred by the Earl of March on his journey to Scotland to treat with the Scots: May-June 1378.: Fragm.Scotland: Expenses of the Earl of March on his journey to Scotland to treat with the Scots: 1378.: Fragm.Edmund Mortimer, 3rd E... British Library
referencedIn THREE impressions (not quite perfect) en plague, of the Privy Seal of Richard II., attached to portions of the original documents, on vellum. [xxxvi. 187, a, b, c.] Presented by Sir F. Madden, K.Hincludes:a, b, c Richard II of England: Privy Seal. British Library
referencedIn TREATISES onstate ceremonial, heraldry, etc.:-1. "Seruicia dominorum ad coronacionem regis Anglie " [Ricardi II.], 2. "Solempnitas coronacionis regis Anglie " [Ricardi II.], f. 13. 3. "Exequie regales quum ex hoe seculo reges migrare contigerint," f..., 15th century British Library
referencedIn Vol,. III.; tempp. Edw. I.-Rich. II. 1. Accounts of various ambassadors to France, Spain, Hainault, etc. 1 Edw. III.-17 Rich. II. [1327-1394], ff. 5, 6, 18, 19, 26, 30, 41, 42, 45, 46, 51, 53, 59, 73, 90, 122, 124, 136. 2. Expenses of the maintenance..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Powle, Henry, 1630-1692,. Collection of manuscript pamphlets, etc. on state affairs [manuscript], ca. 1635-1690. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn 1. FORM of resignation of the crown by Richard II. [29 Sept. 1399], followed by the "protestacio regis Ricardi ante resignacionem," the challenge of the crown by Henry, Duke of Lancaster., and his speech after election as Henry IV. The first two arti... British Library
referencedIn ABSTRACT of the Rolls of Parliament for the reigns of Richard II., Henry IV., and Henry V., with several lists of the peers Summoned to attend. The text of statutes is not given, but it is stated in each case if the printed copy agrees with the recor... British Library
referencedIn STATUTES of England and documents relating to London, viz.: 1. "Carta de libertatibus Anglie" : Magna Charta, as confirmed by Edw. 1, 1297. Lat. f. 11. 2. "Carta de Foresta" ; as confirmed by Edw. I, 1297. Lat. f . 14. 3. "Prouisiones de Merton" ; 12..., 13th century-15th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. V. Middle of xviith cent.includes:f. 6 Glossaries: Verba Anglica obscura et glossata excerpta de legibus Regum Angliae: 17th cent. f. 6 Law OF ENGLAND: Verba Anglica obscura, etc., de Legibus Regum Angliæ: 17th cent. f. 88 Clarendon, Wiltshire: ... British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS of records, chiefly relating to Scotland:-1." Rotulus de superioritate Regis Angliæ in Regnum Scotie, annis 19-23 E. i."; usually called the Great Roll of Scotland. f. 2. This copy does not exactly agree with the text in Rymer's Foedera,... British Library
referencedIn GREAT SEAL of Richard II., not quite perfect; in green wax. [xxvi.15.]Richard II of England: Impression of the great seal. British Library
referencedIn Richard II of England: Seals. British Library
referencedIn Fox, Richard, of St. Albans. [Chronicle of England from the reign of Alfred to 1428] [microform] / [compiled by Richard Fox of St. Albans]. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
referencedIn ACCOMPT-ROLL of Master Hugh Herland, one of the King's Carpenters, of the payments made by John Godmaston, Clerk of the Works, for the repair of Westminster Palace, St. Stephen's Chapel, etc.; from Easter, 1395, to Easter, 1396. British Library
referencedIn Thomas Martin Collection, 14th, 15th and 19th century Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
referencedIn Letters Patent confirming Licence to found a Chantry British Library
referencedIn Roll of writs, lotters patent, etc., of Richard II.Richard II of England: Roll of writs and letters patent: 1377-1399. British Library
referencedIn Two CHRONICLES, in French, written in the same hand, viz. 1. Brief general chronicle from the Creation to the marriage of Edward II. of England with Isabella of France, 25 Jan. 1308. Begins, " Au comenchement du monde puis que Dieux ot fait ciel et t..., 15th century British Library
referencedIn Boswell's Life of Johnson : including Boswell's Journal of a tour to the Hebrides and Johnson's Diary of a journey into North Wales, edited by George Birkbeck Hill, extra-illustrated, 1464-1897 (inclusive), 1724-1874 (bulk). Houghton Library.
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS of Sir Julius Cæsar, Judge of the Admiralty; among which are, Latin verses by William Ravenseroft, addressed to Sir J. Caesar on new year's day;--Mr. Guyn's Preface to his Reading on the Common Law of England;-Observations on the... British Library
referencedIn Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676. Manuscript tracts relating to affairs of England, [16--?]. Cornell University Library
creatorOf ESTATE BOOK OF CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL PRIORY; late 13th-early 14th cent. Latin and French, with some Anglo-Saxon. Origin: England. Compiled in the time of Prior Henry Eastry (1284-1331), with a small number of later medieval additions. Davis, Cartul... British Library
referencedIn COMPILATION of London customs, made for a London fishmonger, circ. 1395. Contents:-1. List of sheriffs and mayors, 1 Rich. I.-19 Rich. II. f. 1. 2. Chronological memoranda in Latin, in several series, viz.:-(a) Notes on the seven ages, etc., beg. "..., 1281-1400 British Library
referencedIn Richard II of England: Seals. British Library
creatorOf Richard II, King of England, 1367-1400. [Royal Letters Patent] [manuscript]. National Library of New Zealand
referencedIn Baillie-Hamilton, Cospatrick, b. 1807,. Autograph letter signed from Cospatrick Baillie Hamilton, Bournemouth, Poole, Dorset, to [Charles John Kean] [manuscript], 1857 June 20. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf British Library. Depositio regis Ricardi secundi, ab Henrico, perjuro illo Lancastrio duce [microform]. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
referencedIn STREATFEILD COLLECTIONS. Vol. XLVI. Similar collection of biographical, historical, and other notes. Amongst them are:-1. " References to [James] Ingram's Saxon Chronicle, more especially as they relate to Kent." f. 97. 2. Extracts from Frederick vo..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Meadows, Drinkwater, 1799-1869,. Autograph letters signed from Drinkwater Meadows, The Grange, Brompton, to Charles John Kean [manuscript], 1855-1859. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn COMPOTUS-BOOK of the Guild of the Blessed Mary in St. Botolph's church, Boston, co. Linc., 1514-1525; containing annual statements of receipts and payments by the Alderman, Secretary, Chamberlains and Bailiffs of the guild or their deputies. The Bail..., 1514-1525 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION of historic chronicles, relazioni, papal instructions, letters and discourse relating to the Hanseatic League, Monferrato, Great Britain, Rome, Mantua, Spain, India, Florence, Bohemia, Lucca, Modena, Switzerland, Poland, Prus... British Library
referencedIn Richard II of England: Casts of Exchequer seal. British Library
referencedIn University of Chicago. Library. Special Collections Research Center. Richard the Second : manuscript, [19--]. University of Chicago Library
referencedIn DEEDS relating to the manor of Pulverbach, co. Salop. Latin. 1. Copy of a grant by Peter Corbet, Lord of Caus, to Ralph Le Boteler of a wood in Caus and Mensterleye, 14 Aug. 1314; and of a grant by Henry III. to Philip Marmion of free warren in Pulve..., 1339-15th century British Library
referencedIn VOL. II. Translations of the following documents, viz. Writ and inquisition ad quod damn., for a giant of land in Arley co. Warw., from Richard de Caldeford to the church of Arley, for a collect to be said for the soul of Robert Norys, 31 Edw 111. [1..., 1198-1812 British Library
referencedIn University of Chicago. Library. Richard the Second : manuscript, [19--] Texas Christian University
referencedIn WILLEMENT'S ROLLROLL OF ARMS containing painted shields of the twenty-six founders of the Order of the Garter, and of the nobility temp. Richard II, copied from a roll made between 1392 and 1397; late 15th-early 16th cent. Imperfect at the beginning...., 1409-1540 British Library
referencedIn COMMONPLACE-BOOK of Francis Thynne, Lancaster Herald [1602-1608], relating to English history and antiquities; consisting of extracts from chronicles, monastic registers, etc., including the following:-1. "Thinges taken oute of an olde writen frenc... British Library
referencedIn Jean Creton, Histoire rimée de Richard II (La Prinse et mort du roy Richart), 1401-1767 British Library
referencedIn College of Arms (Great Britain). [Miscellany] [microform]. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
creatorOf DICTAMINAL TREATISES, theological works, etc., compiled at Reading Abbey and written by ' Abendone' (see artt. 18, 19, below); 15th cent. Latin.1. ff. 1-3b. Matteo de' Libri, the shorter 'Summa Dictaminis', beg. 'Cum summe plures et optime compilate ..., 15th century British Library
referencedIn IMPRESSION of signet of Richard II (?), from matrix at the City of London Museum. Presented by Mr. A. P. Ready.Richard II of England: Impression of signet of (?). British Library
referencedIn COURSES to be observed in reformation of the late disorder by the Kings of Armes in giveing Coates ;-A minute for the draught of a commission for the reformacion of the Office of Armes, 23 Feb. 1614; -A briefe rehearsall of the causes of the present ..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn 1. ff. 1-35. Discourses entitled 'The severall opinions of sundrie antiquaries touching the antiquitie . . . of the highe court of Parliament in England', apparently presented at a meeting of the Society of Antiquaries; 1614? See Harley MS. 305, f. 2..., 1596-1670 British Library
referencedIn ROYAL LICENCE for Michael de la Pole, 2nd Earl of Suffolk, to alienate to the Carthusian Priory at Kingston-upon-Hull houses and land in Anlaby, E.R., co. York; 1398. Cf. Cal. Patent Rolls, 1396-1399, p. 464. Great seal of Richard 11.Hull, East Ridin..., 1398 British Library
referencedIn (ff. 494). 1. " RELATION de cc qui fut négotié en l'an 1525 [1527] avec Henry VIII., Roy d'Angleterre, et le Cardinal [Thomas Wolsey, Archbishop] d'York, par [Gabriel de Grammont] l'Evesque de Tarbe, [François] le Vicomte de Turenne, et le Président ... British Library
referencedIn [Commonplace book, anonymous manuscript], [16th century]. Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
referencedIn The following Nos., 29,259-32,739, were presented by the Earl of Chichester.29,259. INSPEXIMUS of an Act of Parliament, 21 Rich. II. [1397-8], revoking the acts of the Parliament of 11 Rich. II. [1387-8]; temp. Hen. IV. British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION Of political and other papers, chiefly contemporary transcripts, with a few originals and modern copies, the majority relating to the events of the 17th cent. Included are:-1. Petition to Richard II. from Margaret, dau. and heir of the la... British Library
referencedIn (Gr. xlvi.) COLLECTIONS relating to tournaments, etc..-1. "The ordinances, statutes, and rules made and inacted by John [Tiptoft], Earle of Worcestre, constable of England, by the kinges; [Edward IV.] comandement, at Windsore, the xxixth day of May,... British Library
referencedIn Richard II of England: Casts of Exchequer seal. British Library
referencedIn Great Seal of Richard the Second.Richard II of England: Impression of his Great Seal: Orig. British Library
referencedIn Johnsonian Miscellanies, extra-illustrated, 1538-1900 (inclusive);, 1738-1866 (bulk). Houghton Library.
referencedIn HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS, chiefly relating to the reigns of Edward III. and Richard II.; copied by a single hand. The contents are: -1. " De pace Francie et Anglie" : the articles of the peace of Bretigni, as amended at Calais, promulgated by Edward I... British Library
referencedIn Adam, Adolphe, 1803-1856. [Venez, entourez moi mes compagnes chéries]. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn DECISIONS on claims to perform services at Coronations, with fees for the same, tempp. Rich. ll.-Jas. l., viz.:-1. "Processus factus ad coronationem Domini Regis Anglie Ricardi Secundi post conquestum anno regni sui primo." f. 3. From the Close Roll... British Library
referencedIn Richard II, Signet, n.d. (10035)Richard II of England: Signet: n.d. British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL LETTERS illustrative of the History of England and Spain, namely:-Letter from Richard II. to the King, of Arragon, [Peter IV.] dat. Westminster, 26 Aug. [circ. 1386], Lat. on vellum;-Letter from Henry VII. to Francesco de Rojas, the Count de..., approximately 1386-1662 British Library
referencedIn PRYMER, in English, of Salisbury use, containing the Hours of the Virgin, with the Penitential Psalms, Litany of the Saints, Office of the Dead, Commendations, etc., preceded by tables for finding Easter, and a calendar. Imperfect; wanting leaves aft..., approximately 1400 British Library
referencedIn Williams, Benjamin, 1803-1861. Notes for his book, Chronicque de la traïson et mort de Richart Deux roy Dengleterre, 1846. New York Public Library System, NYPL
creatorOf TREATIES AND RELATED DOCUMENTS, chiefly concerning England; 1043-1654. Latin, English, French and Portuguese. Copies, mid 17th cent.: main text written after June 1646, see the latest dated item in the main hand, ff. 341-341b. One item bears a margin... British Library
referencedIn (V. ff. 309). Oct. 1748-July, 1750.Hugh Valence Jones, Clerk in Secretary of State's Office afterwards Solicitor to the Treasury: Letters to the 1st Lord Hardwicke: 1748-1763.includes:ff. 17, 19 Thomas Robinson, 1st Baron Grantham: Correspondence wit... British Library
referencedIn Isabella of France, Queen Consort of Richard II, 1403 (10036)Richard II of England: Seal of Qu. Isabella: 1403. British Library
referencedIn Notes for his book, Chronicque de la traïson et mort de Richart Deux roy Dengleterre, 1846 New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division
referencedIn CUSTOMS, etc., of the city of London and of the borough of Bishhop's Lynn, now King's Lynn, co. Norfolk. The first part of the MS., a copy, in one hand of the first half of the 14th cent, of ordinances, etc., relating to London tempp. Hen. III.-Edw. ..., 14th century British Library
referencedIn Selby Abbey; W.R., Yorkshire: Royal charters to: 1204-1383.Purveyance: Charter to Selby Abbey of exemption from: 1383.Richard II of England: Charter to Selby Abbey: 1383. British Library
referencedIn Philippe de Mortimer, widow of Roger de Mortimer: Debts to the King: circ. 1386.Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March: Debts to the Crown: circ. 1386.Richard II of England: Rents due to, from lands of the Earl of March: circ. 1386.Mortimers family; Earl... British Library
referencedIn Phipps, Charles Beaumont, Sir, 1801-1866,. Autograph letter signed from C.B. Phipps, Buckingham Palace, to Charles Kean [manuscript], 1857 March 15. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn Account of work and wages in 14th century England, 1378-1379. Temple University Libraries, Paley Library
referencedIn Vol.. IV.; tempp. Hen. III.-Hen. VII. 1. Accounts relating to David Bruce, prisoner in England; 21-31 Edw. III. [1347-1357], f. 4. 2. English benefices in the hands of Cardinals; 20 Edw. III. [1346], f. 7. 3. Itineraries, from household accounts, for..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn William de Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester: Request, as Lord of Taunton, for inspeximus of record of borders of cos. Somerset and Devon: 1386.Taunton, Somerset: Record of perambulation of the county boundary at: 1367.Walter de Monyton, Abbat of Glaston... British Library
referencedIn Treatises on English Parliament, peerage and diplomacy, c1527 Senate House Library, University of London
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS historical letters, etc.; 1375-1810. In two series, English or relating to England and (artt. 87-106) foreign. 1. Andrea Contarini, Doge of Venice, to Edward III. of England, desiring a safe conduct for merchant-ships about to be sent t... British Library
referencedIn Remarks on a Prince [manuscript], ca. 1650. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn Harris, W. Snow (William Snow), Sir, 1791-1867,. Autograph letters signed from Sir William Snow Harris, Plymouth, to Charles [John] Kean [manuscript], 1856-1857. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf IMPRESSION of the Exchequer seal of Richard II. Presented by Peter J. Seaby, Esq.Exchequer: Richard II of England: Exchequer seal of Richard II: n.d. British Library
referencedIn Richard II of England: Petition to, of the town of Berwick-on-Tweed: n.d.Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland: Petition to the Privy Council, with answer: 1385. n.d. British Library
referencedIn EXTENT of the possessions of the Bishop of St. David's, made in 1326 by David Fraunceys, Chancellor; and renewed in 1516 (see f. 63) by order of Edward [Vaughan], then Bishop. Lat. Examined [in 1516?] by H. Cadharne, whose signature and monogram are ..., 16th century British Library
creatorOf PAPERS CONCERNING TRADE, etc., particularly relations between the Merchant Adventurers and the Hanse; 1349-1599. Partly Latin, French and German. Copies and extracts, unless otherwise described. Titles, notes, etc., by Beale passim.1. ff. 1, 3b. Prec..., 1347-1599 British Library
referencedIn Vol. I.Rayleigh, Essex: Court-book of the honour: 1553-1606.County of Kent: Court-books of the Honour of Rayleigh partly in: 1553-1606.: Lat.County of Surrey: Court-book of the honour of Rayleigh partly in: 1553-1606.: Lat.Bindings ENGLISH: Wooden bo... British Library
referencedIn Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. Richard the Second [microform]. Pennsylvania State University Libraries
referencedIn Richard Romyn, of county Hampshire: General pardon to: 1398.Richard II of England: General pardons by: 1398.: (fragm. of Great Seal). British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS papers, viz.:-A. 1. STATUTES and ordinances of war made at Durham, 17 June I-July], 9 Ric. II. [1385], f. 1. 2. Warrant of Charles I. to John Evans of Stafford for a loan of twenty pounds in money or plate for the defence of the kingdo... British Library
referencedIn B. Appeal and Process against Alexander Neville, Archbishop of York, and others in the Parliament of Feb., 11 Ric. II. [1388]. French. See Rot. Parl. III. 228. Vellum roll; 11 ft. 4 in. x 10 in. Early xvth cent.Alexander Neville, Archbishop of York: ... British Library
referencedIn WARDROBE BOOK of 16-17 Richard II., being the accompt of Baldwin Radyngton, Comptroller of the Wardrobe of the Household, for the third year of office of John Carp[enter?], Treasurer of the Household and Keeper of the Wardrobe, viz. for the year endi..., 1393 British Library
referencedIn John Vydeln: Grant to, in South Wraxhall and Leigh, in Bradford-on-Avon: 1385.Thomas Scathelok, alias Atte Forde; bondman of the manor of Bradford-on-Avon, county Wiltshire: Grant by, of land in [South] Wraxhall and Leigh: 1385.Richard II of England:... British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION OF TRACTS: includes items translated by John Shirley (d.1456); mid -late 15th cent. Origin: England. The reference to Henry VI on f. 72v suggests a date after 1461. English and some Latin. Imperfect at end (catchword f. 224v). For descri... British Library
referencedIn TREASURERS' Accompts, muster-books and other papers of Sandwich, co. Kent, and its members; 1382-1695. 1. Notification to the Cinque Ports of the general confirmation of Magna Carta, etc., by Richard II.; 24 Oct. 1382. Latin. Contemp. copy. f. 1. 2. ... British Library
referencedIn PARDON granted by Richard, Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester [afterwards King Richard II.] to Robert de Middeltone, for the death of William Jaudrelle, and other transgressions; dat. 5 May, 51 Edw. III. [1377]. With the Exchequer Seal of the Prince... British Library
referencedIn Daniel, George, 1616-1657. Trinarchodia : the several reigns of Richard II, of Henry IV and of Henry V [manuscript], 1649 November 7-1650 November 3. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Despenser, Henry, Bishop of Norwich, 1343-1406. Proposals made to the King and his Council [manuscript], 1382/3? January 24. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Richard II, King of England, 1367-1400. Commission of Array/Royal Writ, 1386, September 18. Harvard Law School Library, HLS Library
referencedIn SIR SIMONDS D'EWES: copies and abstracts of records kept in the Tower of London; bef. 1650. Latin. Partly autograph. The Chartae Antiquae lettered A to Z are copied in full as far as class X and abstracted for Y and Z. The present volume is far more ... British Library
referencedIn CORONATION ceremonials of England and France, with copies of treaties and other historical matter relating to England, Scotland, France, and Spain. The first two articles are later additions in different hands. 1. "Articula tabule rotunde." f. I b. 2..., 1254-1573 British Library
referencedIn Richard Weston: General pardon to: 1398.Richard II of England: General pardons by: 1398.: (fragm. of Great Seal). British Library
creatorOf Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun, Roman de la Rose, approximately 1320-approximately 1340 British Library
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Scotland, United Kingdom
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Hamburg, Germany
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
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Lübeck, Germany
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Calais, France
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Bayonne, France
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Manuscripts--English
Church lands--Early works to 1800
Initials--Specimens
Illumination of books and manuscripts, English
Occupation
Function

Person

Birth 1367-01-06

Death 1400

Bretons

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