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The historical writing of Alfred of Beverley

  title={The historical writing of Alfred of Beverley},
  author={John Patrick Slevin},
Author’s note 1: Fig 1 p. 34 Item 5. Presently reads 'Grant in free alms by William Tison to Rufford Abbey (Cistercian) of land in ‘Arthes’ in Averham in East Riding of Yorkshire'. It should read 'Grant in free alms by William Tison to Rufford Abbey (Cistercian) of land in ‘Arthes’ in Averham, south west of the village of Kelham in Nottinghamshire'. 
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