Exchequer: Pipe Office: Miscellaneous Enrolled Accounts
This series consists of Exchequer, Pipe Office, miscellaneous enrolled accounts.
These accounts relate to significant events or to substantial sources of revenue and were filed separately from the Pipe Rolls or the main series of foreign accounts. They include accounts relating to purveyance, the Agincourt expedition, seizures of fake money and illegally exported plate, ulnage or tax on cloth, seizures of wool by Edward III, lands of the contrariants and of the Knights Templar and an account of the Court of Augmentations from 1551 to 1554.
Contains records originally in E 364.
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