In this manuscript

Bodleian Library, Oxford, England
MS Rawlinson C. 641

This manuscript dates from the late twelfth century and holds a number of legal treatises and texts, including a copy of the second version of the Leges Edwardi Confessoris (ECf2), the Instituta Cnuti which has been copied from Textus Roffensis, and a French translation of the the Assize of Clarendon taken from Guernes of Pont-Sainte-Maxence's life of Thomas Becket. The manuscript's compiler, or at least the scribe of ECf2, may have been connected to the treasuries at London or Winchester or to the exchequer.