A curious deviation is apparent in the following instance, taken from the cartulary of Malmesbury.
It is also mentioned in the cartulary of the Holy Sepulchre in the year 1177.
The original is extant in a cartulary now in the British Museum.
The cartulary mentions his name at various intervals from 1197 to 1202.
Of the statement as to the Burton cartulary, one can positively say it is an error.
A Latin text of this prophecy is to be found on the fly-leaf of the cartulary of Thérouanne.
See the twelve references to the word 'virgada' in the index of the cartulary.
The last clause is clearly an addition by the cartulary scribe.
cartulary of St. Alban's, 454: 'Ubi villani emunt terras liberorum de catallis nostris.'
Generally speaking, the conditions described in the Hundred Roll are more irregular than those mentioned in the cartulary.