[1] 2d John Sadler pl. v. Thomas Fysshe in a plea of trespass de eo quod in defectu suo boscum predicti Johannis in gardino eiusdem Thome ... arestavit pro Redditu eiusdem gardini aretro secundo Anno precedenti ad dampna xxs et compertum fuit per Inquisicionem quod culpabilis ad dampna xijd
[2] 2d John Prokatour pl. v. John Glouere the elder in a plea of debt for 5s 6d which he undertook to pay him for John Gedlyng (quos manucepit ei soluasse pro Johanne Gedlyng); def. in mercy
[3] 2d Robert Breton pl. v. John Andrewe and Hugh Styghtteley in a plea of trespass de eo quod in defectu custodie ... acr' ced' sui apud Palmertrewonge destr' fuit ... ad dampna xs
[4] 2d Ralph, Prior of Charley, pl. v. John Lue in a plea of debt for 4s pro Fagettis ei venditis ... detent' per unum annum ad dampna vjd; def. admitted it
[5] 2d William de Shakeston pl. v. Ralph Irnemongere in a plea of debt for 3d for guarding beasts last year (pro custodia animalium ulteriori anno)
[6] 4d William Loksmyth pl. v. John de Bredon in 2 pleas of trespass for caption of [MS illegible]; damages claimed 40d
[7] 4d Loksmyth pl. v. Bredon in 2 pleas of trespass, claiming damages of 40d
[8] 2d Bredon pl. v. Loksmyth in a plea of trespass for caption, claiming damages of 12d
[9] 2d William Mynt' defaulted v. John de Burton in a plea of debt by which pl. claimed def. owed him 10s which he agreed to pay for 20 sheep bought 3 years previously (quos concessit ei soluisse pro xx bidentibus eidem Willelmo venditis ... tribus annis elapsis); damages claimed 15d; def. had denied and at law
[10] 4d Richard del Grene and Thomas de Whatton in mercy for not proceeding v. William Prest and John de Wysowe in 2 pleas of trespass
[11] 2d Walter Gedlyng pl. v. Andrew Murdoc in a plea of debt for 4s paid for him to Giles Jurdon for rent due at the rent day of the Invention of the Holy Cross last year (pro eo sol' Egidio Jurdon pro Redditu pro termino Inuencionis sancte Crucis ulteriori anno); def. in mercy
[12] 2d Ralph Penymore of Stanford in mercy for permission to agree with William del Grene in a plea of debt
[13] 2d John Taylour super le Corner in mercy for permission to agree with Agnes de Croffeton in a plea of detinue (ponit se in misericordia pro licencia concordandi cum Agnete de Croffeton in placito detencionis)
[14] 2d John Prokatour pl. v. John de Lue in a plea of debt for 4½d for straw sold to his wife (pro stramine vendita uxori sue); def. in mercy
[15] 6d Thomas de Whatton pl. v. John Norman the elder in 3 pleas of trespass:
The jury found def. guilty on all counts; damages assessed at 12d
[16] 2d William de Stanton pl. v. William Shakeston in a plea of trespass for loss of grass and 5½a of wheat through his beasts; damages claimed 10s; def. acquitted
[17] 2d John de Burton pl. v. William Shakeston in a plea of trespass for loss of 3½a 1r of wheat in several places through his beasts; damages claimed 40d; def. acquitted
[18] 2d William de Burton pl. v. William Shakeston in a plea of trespass for loss of 1a fallow (frisce) through his beasts; damages claimed 2s; def. acquitted
[19] 2d John Blenche pl. v. William Shakeston in a plea of trespass for loss of 1½a fallow (frisce) through his beasts; damages claimed 2s; def. acquitted