The earliest records of parliament, up to the sixteenth century, are known as the Rolls of Parliament. The Rolls of Parliament cover the reigns of Edward I to Henry VII (1278-1509**) and are available in six volumes. UCI Libraries has access to the Rolls online through two databases:
UCI Libraries also has many volumes related to Parliament in print, either in the stacks or at SRLF storage:
- Browse the DA 25 call number area on the 1st floor.
After 1509 The Rolls were superseded by the journals of the lords and, somewhat later, of the commons.
**Note: The Rolls end at 1504 because Henry VII did not call a Parliament during the last 5 years of his reign.