I. Some details of a Murrain of the Fourteenth Century ; from the Court Rolls of a Norfolk Manor

Henry Harrod
1867 Archaeologia  
Of the great Murrains of the Middle Ages, we know little or nothing; the statements of the chroniclers about them are so meagre and vague, that we get but few facts except the dates of the years in which they occurred, and even in that particular the Chronicles are not always correct. Under such circumstances, I felt it my duty, when some original information relative to a Murrain in the Fourteenth Century came under my notice, to take some little trouble in selecting, and arranging the
more » ... s in order to place them before the Society. The additional knowledge of these visitations, thus obtained, may not be considerable, but a number of small facts may be of some service, in elucidating the character and effect of them.
doi:10.1017/s0261340900002186 fatcat:vqtqloybmzeijmbvpmvstp7gqy