Curia tenta ibidem die martis secundo die Ianuarij anno supradicto

[2nd January fell on Tuesday in 1403]

[1] John de Wysowe pl. v. Richard Scaresdale in a case of debt for 7s6d pro braseo et pro panno sibi venditis apud Loughtteburgh vij annis elapsis ad dampna xs; defendant admitted it; damages assessed [taxantur] at 18d
[2] Thomas Hutte pl. v. John Ludlowe in 6 cases of debt for £10; John admitted it
[3] John Taylour pl. v. William de Stanton in a case of trespass for his pigs damaging the grass in his garden, claiming damages of 3s4d; defendant admitted it
[4] Roger Parker pl. v. John Tokeby in a case of debt for 23d for stockfish sold him [pro stokfysshe ei vendito] last Easter; defendant admitted it; damages assessed at 2d
[5] Walter Wryght and Giles Jurdan in mercy loco ij quia manuceperunt Johannem Prentys et Auiciam uxorem eius ad respondendum Johanni Burbache seniori in placito debiti et Johanni Saundres in placito detencionis
[6] John Parker pl. v. John de Duffeld in xj placitis debiti xxiijli per ipsum manucaptis pro Thoma Flesshewer [...] ulteriori anno; defendant admitted
[7] John Parker pl. v. John Tonley the younger in 11 cases of debt for £23 for which Tonley stood as surety for Thomas Flesshewer; defendant admitted it
[8] Richard Furnyuale pl. v. John Flesshewer in a case of debt for 6s8d for meat sold him [pro carne ei vendito] last Michaelmas with damages of 6d; defendant admitted it; damages assessed at 2d
[9] Roger Chalonere pl. v. John Croft in a case of debt for 10d loaned him for a hen and chicks [ei acomodatis pro j gallina et pullis]
[10] Ralph Irnemongere pl. v. Simon Berwode and his wife, Avice, in a case of debt for 7s6d partly for cloth and partly for the use of a horse; defendant acknowledged 10d for the horse and to wage his law three-handed [iijo manu] for the rest; pledge the warenner
[11] William Sheperd in mercy for permission to agree with Richard del Grene in a case of debt
[12] John Bosse pl. v. William Sheperd in a case of debt for 10d loaned him at Burton two years ago [ei acomodatis apud Burton' duobus annis elapsis]; defendant admitted; damages assessed at 2d
[13] William Sheperd in mercy for permission to agree with William de Stowe in a case of debt
[14] William de Stowe in mercy for not proceeding against John Ramsey in a case of debt
[15] Simon Breton pl. v. Robert Cob'd' in a case of debt for 12d for a lease of land [pro terra ei acomodata]; defendant acknowledged