Mossy, a Jew, unsuccessfully sues the prior for £700.
His friends pay the king a mark of gold and £100 to save him from hanging for forgery.
The Priory is given half the parish of Pattishall in Northamptonshire. 1221 The Priory publishes The Customal, a set of rules stating how the market should operate.
The roof on the Priory's presbytery falls in but is quickly repaired.
1108 The Church of the Holy Trinity, Aldgate, is founded by Queen Maud. 1109 Around this time, Henry I establishes a town around the crossroads.
1112-15 The first performance of a miracle play in England is given at Geoffrey de Gorham's school in Dunstable at around this time.
1222 One of the two towers at the Priory is blown down in a great storm.
1132 King Henry spends Christmas at his palace at Dunstable.
044 The beginning of Roman Dunstable (Durocobrivis).
Around this period, construction of the Roman road, now known as Watling Street, would have taken place.
An eclipse of the sun and moon is recorded by the canons.
1209 King John sends a letter granting safe conduct to those collecting alms on behalf of the Hospital. The prior documents his vision of two Jews who said Anti Christ would be born 40 years later.