||Transcripts (post-medieval) of fourteen charters, incl. an inspeximus by Edward III, 1328, and inspeximus by Henry III, 21 Jan. 1232 [cf. Cal. Ch. R., IV, 1327-41, p. 90]; grant of protection by Henry III; confirmation by Alice, countess of Augy (or Eu; d. 1246); grant of �Eilichthorpe� by Richard de Buly; deed of sale by B.[sic], abbot of Netley and the convent, for 380 marks, of the manor of Laughton-en-le-Morthen (which Alice, countess of Eu, had once given to the abbey of Foucarmont, d�pt. Seine-Maritime, France); two deeds of sale, for 55 marks and �200, of lands in or near Hooton Slade, by Laughton (Yorks., W.R.), etc.; a mandate of Francis de Aptis, cardinal priest of St Mark, 26 Sept. 1359, instructing the abbot as to measures that he must take to deal with irregularities by his monks; and an award by arbitrators, 1402. One of the transcripts is dated 1629 and another 1631, and it is likely that all were copied from originals that were then kept at St Mary�s Tower, York.