Curia tenta ibidem die martis xxvjto die Februarii Anno infrascripto



[1] 2d Roger Mylnere in mercy for permission to agree with William Wryght in a plea of debt
[2] 2d Agnes atte Brygge pl. v. John Slyngesby in a plea of debt for 4s behind from 6s 8d loaned to him (aretro de vjs viijd ei acomodatis); def. admitted it
[3] 4d The warenner in mercy loco pluries for not bringing John Lue to answer to Ralph, Abbot of Charley, in a plea of debt
[4] 2d John Plasterer in mercy for permission to agree with William de Shakeston in a plea of debt
[5] 2d William Horley defaulted v. William Daweson in a plea of debt; pledge the warenner
[6] William Daweson through his attorney the warenner (per Warn[erium] attornatum suum) claimed that Horley owed him 2s loaned to him at several times last year, claiming damages of 6d (ei acomodatos ... per diuersos vices ulteriori anno ad dampna vjd); def. denied; at law cum iiijta manu; pledge the warenner (sic) (perplegium Warnerii &c)
[7] 2d William Boole capellanus in mercy for permission to agree with Henry Dextere in a plea of debt
[8] 4d Thomas Sclatere in mercy for not proceeding v. John Sclatere in 2 pleas of debt
[9] 2d William Shakeston pl. v. John Blenche in a plea of debt for 4d for guarding beasts last year (pro custodia animalium ulteriori anno); def. admitted it (cognovit)
[10] 2d William Bailly of Rempstone pl. v. Richard de Wysowe in a plea of debt for 4s 6d for malt sold to his wife for a year, claiming damages of 6d (pro braseo vendito uxori sue per j annum ad dampna vjd); def. admitted it (cognovit); damages assessed (taxantur) at 3d
[11] 2d John Flesshewer the younger pl. v. William Shakeston in a plea of debt for 2½d for meat sold to him (pro carne ei vendito); def. admitted (cognovit) it
[12] Attachiamenta The warenner presented: Nicholas Denson of Costok trespassed in the lady's meadow with 2 carts (fecit transgressionem in prato domine cum ij carectis); pledge the warnner (sic) (plegius Warnerius)