1993 by Boydell and Brewer


£ 60.00


“Those who have long awaited the publication of these volumes need be in no doubt that they surpass all expectation … it will remain one of the handful of essential reference materials for political and social historians of late medieval England … It is hard to imagine that future historians will ever manage to improve more than very marginally on the labours of Linda Clark, Carole Rawcliffe and their colleagues.” 
Professor Barry Dobson, in London Review of Books

“A major accomplishment in the annals of late medieval English scholarship” 
Medieval Prosopography

“a milestone in publishing history … the basis for a major reassessment of the parliamentary history of the period” 
Professor Nigel Saul, in History Today


These volumes deal with the earliest period covered by the History of Parliament so far. They contain the biographies of 3,175 individuals who sat in the House of Commons in the late 14th and early 15th centuries, providing not only a picture of political affiliations,