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Records of the Social and Economic History of England and Wales

This is the original ‘RSEH’ series, published by the British Academy through Oxford University Press 1914-1935.

IX. Records of the Templars in England in the Twelfth Century: The Inquest of 1185, with illustrative charters and documents, edited by Beatrice A Lees
hbk    1935    out of print

VIII. Feudal Documents from the Abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, edited by D C Douglas
hbk    1932     out of print

VII. The Cartulary and Terrier of the Priory of Bilsington, Kent, edited by N Neilson
hbk    1928     out of print

VI. The Account Book of a Kentish Estate, 1616–1704, edited by Eleanor C Lodge
hbk     1927     out of print

V. Documents illustrative of the Social and Economic History of the Danelaw, edited by F M Stenton
hbk    1920    out of print

IV. I: A Terrier of Fleet, Lincolnshire, from a Manuscript in the British Museum, edited by N Neilson
II: An Eleventh-Century Inquisition of St. Augustine’s Abbey, Canterbury, by Adolphus Ballard
0-19-725844-1  hbk    1920    out of print

III. The Register of St. Augustine’s Abbey, Canterbury, commonly called the Black Book, Part II, edited by G J Turner & H E Salter
0-19-725843-3  hbk    1924     out of print

II. The Register of St. Augustine’s Abbey, Canterbury, commonly called the Black Book, Part I, edited by G J Turner & H E Salter
0-19-725842-5  hbk    1915    out of print

I. Survey of the Honour of Denbigh, 1334, edited by Paul Vinogradoff & Frank Morgan
0-19-725841-7  hbk    1914    out of print


The above series was reissued by Kraus in 1981.


In 1970 the Academy established a New Series, in the light of the increasing interest in this type of history.