Curia tenta ibidem die et anno infrascripto



[1] John Thresshere pl. v. John Bailly in a plea of debt for 2s for ½qtr malt bought from him at Lent 1402 (3 Henry IV); def. in mercy
[2] John Blakwell in mercy for not proceeding v. John de Whatton in a plea of debt
[3] John Smyth of Lynnonforthe in mercy for permission to agree with Thomas Graue in a plea of debt; pledge the warrener
[4] Johnd de Holand of Burton on the Wolds in mercy for permission to agree with John Bosse in 3 pleas of debt
[5] Ralph Irnmemongere pl. v. Alice Plasterer in a plea of trespass last year for trampling his dredge in le Spytelhyll by her pigs, geese and other beasts (cum porcis aucis et cum aliis animalibus); damages claimed 2s; jury found def. guilty and damages assessed at 3d
[6] Irnemongere pl. v. Plasterer in a plea of trespass for taking away his 6 goslings on the town edge in May, claiming damages of 6s 8d (de iniuste capcione et abduccione vj geslynges ad finem ville mense maij ad dampna vjs viijd); jury found her not guilty
[7] Richard del Grene and the warrener in mercy loco iiijor for not bringing Roger de Leeke capellanus to answer to Richard Flecchere in 2 pleas
[8] John Banastr' the younger in mercy for permission to agree with Robert Baxtere in a plea of debt
[9] Thomas Dey pl. v. John Plasterer in a plea of debt for 2s 2d pro spynnyng' et alio opere facto per Elenam nuper uxorem dicti Thome ad Margeriam nuper uxorem prefati Johannis; damages claimed 6d; John admitted (cognovit) 6d, but placed himself at law cum iijtia manu for 20d; pledges the bailiff and the warrener
[10] William de Burton pl. v. Robert Cob'd in a plea of debt for 2s ei reward' per ijos homines pro quodam bidente ijbus annis elapsis; jury found def. guilty
[11] William Cardemaker in mercy for permission to agree with Robert Baxtere in a plea of debt
[12] William Cardemaker admitted a debt of 3s to Joan Sayreff'
[13] Hugh del Byggyng in mercy for permission to agree with Richard de Wysowe in a plea of trespass
[14] John Tokeby in mercy for not proceeding v. William Chesterschir in a plea of debt
[15] William Chesterschir pl. v. John Wysowe in a plea of detinue of a lock (secura) value 8d (precii viijd) eidem Johanni liberate pro debito quod ei soluet et sic iniuste detinet ad dampna xijd; jury found def. not guilty
[16] John de Wysowe pl. v. John Burbache in a plea of debt for 6s 8d as the price of 1qtr barley for which he stood surety for William Burbache of Thrussington 3 years ago, claiming damages of 12d (per ipsum manucaptum pro Willelmo Burbache de Thursyngton tribus annis elapsis ad dampna xijd); def. admitted it; damages assessed (taxantur) at 4d
[17] Matilda Payn pl. v. John Sadler in a plea of trespass that because of the disrepair of def's fence between them in Highgate (High St), her grass was trampled last year, with damages claimed of 2s (de eo quod in defectu clausure quam idem Johannes faceret inter eos in le Hygate habuit herbam in gardino suo destructam ulteriori anno ad dampna ijs); jury found def. not guilty