Curia tenta ibidem die martis xjmo die septembris anno infrascripto

[11 September fell on Tuesday in 1403]

[1] 2d. Radulphus Irnemongere querens optulit se versus Robertum Baxtere seniorem nuper franciplegium de Loughtteburgh' in placito iniuste presentacionis de eo quod ille ad visum franciplegii tentum ibidem iiijto die Aprilis ulteriori anno iniuste eum presentavit quod spacia et noctanter contra statutum ad dampna ijs [the verb is wanting, but the presentment was seemingly as a nightwalker]; the inquisition found for the plaintiff
[2] 2d. John Lue in mercy for permission to agree with William Bochere in a case of detinue
[3] 2d. William Daweson in mercy for not proceeding against John de Bredon in a case of debt
[4] 2d. Alice Bydebroke in mercy for not proceeding against Roger A Sybson in a case of debt
[5] 2d. John Flesshewer the younger defaulted in a case of debt with William Smyth; pledge the warenner
[6] 6d. John de Thorneton pl. v. Robert Baxtere the elder in three cases of trespass de destruccione siliginis eius cum [sic] apud Ellerstubbe secundo anno precedenti in autumpno ad dampna xld. Item de destruccione siliginis eius super ij buttos terre in Wyllokslade cum iij equis ad Festum Inuencionis sancte Crucis ulteriori anno ad dampna xld. Et de destruccione siliginis eius apud Stokwell hoc anno cum equis ad dampna xld; defendant found not guilty
[7] 4d. Robert Baxtere pl. v. John Grene the elder in two cases of trespass for wasting (destruccio) his grass (herba) in les Rysshes and elsewhere with cows with damages of 3s4d; defendant found not guilty
[8] 2d. Thomas Spicere in mercy for permission to agree with John de Wysowe in a case of debt
[9] John Grene the younger pl. v. Thomas Fysshe in a case of trespass
[10] 2d. Thomas Fysshe failed in waging his law (deficit de lege) against Robert Baxtere the elder in a case of debt for 2d
[11] 2d. Robert Sadler pl. v. John Frost and William Shakeston in a case of trespass
[12] 2d. John Ludlowe pl. v. John Flesshewere the younger in a case of debt for 10s pro j barello alleciarum ei vendito; the inquisition found the defendant not guilty
[13] 2d. John Ludlowe in mercy for not proceeding against Roger Coupere in a case of debt
[14] 3d. Robert Baxtere the elder pl. v. William Shakeston in two pleas of trespass; the defendant found guilty in both cases with damages assessed at 3d
[15] 2d. Roger de Galmynton pl. v. Walter Taylour in a case of debt for 6d; the inquisition found for the defendant [quod nichil inde debet]
[16] John Walker? pl. v. John Sadler in a case of debt for 12s6½d pro Redditu domus eius
[17] [...] Warenner in mercy for not attaching/arresting John Bosse to answer John Walker the elder in a case of debt
The rest of the manuscript is illegible