Luard for the "Rolls" Series.
His work is closely connected with the Oseney Annals, which are printed parallel with his work by Luard, but from 1258 to 1278 Wykes is an independent authority.
Luard supposes that Matthew never intended his work to see the light in its present form, and many passages of the autograph have against them the note offendiculum, which shows that the writer understood the danger which he ran.
Luard (3 vols., Rolls series, 1890).
Luard for the Rolls Series (7 vols., 1872-1883); the Histoire des ducs de Normandie, edited by F.
383); a life of Edward the Confessor, written before 1245 (Luard, Lives of Edward the Confessor, 1858; Hist.
Luard, Rolls Series, 7 vols., 1872-1883) are the chief narrative sources.
Luard, Rolls Series, 5 vols., 1864-1869); the collection of Royal and other Historical Letters edited by W.
Luard (Rolls ed., 1861), and F.
Luard, Rolls Series, 1872-1883, 5 vols.); and the Lives by S.
Luard, and other volumes in the Rolls series).
Luard (London, 1869).