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The Lay Subsidy Roll of Northumberland at the end of the thirteenth century. Page created by Scott Vanderbilt, October In the future, don’t forget your ?pageId= The year the book, article or report was published. The Lay Subsidy Roll of Northumberland at the end of the thirteenth century. F Bradshaw: List of ?recordId= The Lay Subsidy Roll of Northumberland at the End of the Thirteenth Century by Frederick Bradshaw The Northmen in Britain by Eleanor Means Hull Scandinavian Britain by W. G. Collingwood for the last eighty years of the thirteenth century brought prosperity to the region and 1 The Northumberland Lay Subsidy Roll of , ed. CM. Eraser, Record Series 1 (Newcastle, ), at the end of a lengthy period of peace and prosperity, shattered the society of north Northumberland
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