Loughtteburgh Curia tenta ibidem die martis xxiiijto die maij anno regni regis Henrici quarti post conquestum xiijmo



[1] Fine 4d. The warenner in mercy for several times for not bringing John Cartewryght to answer to John Burton the younger in a plea of debt and it is ordered to distrain better (misericordia iiijd Warnerius in misericordia loco pluries quia non habet Johannem Cartewryght ad respondendum Johanni Burton juniori in placito debiti et preceptum est melius distringere)
[2] Thomas Hethecote ponit se in misericordia pro licencia concordandi cum Johanne Andrewe in placito debiti &c
[3] Thomas Hethcote in mercy for permission to agree with William de Stowe in a plea of debt
[4] Thomas Flesschewe (sic) in mercy for permission to agree with John Andrewe in a plea of debt
[5] Walter Gedlyng in mercy for permission to agree with John de Burton the elder in a plea of debt
[6] Thomas Fysshere in mercy for permission to agree with John de Burton the elder in a plea of debt
[7] Johannes Andrewe queritur de Thoma Spycere in placito debiti iijs iiijd ei acomodatorum apud Loughtt' ad dampna xijd et dictus Thomas venit in Curia et cognouit predictum debitum
[8] Andrewe pl. v. Spycere in a plea of trespass quod cum unno (sic) vitulo destruxit fenum suum in grangia suo (sic) ad dampna xijd et dictus Thomas venit in Curia et dicit quod non sic fecit indefectu suo et ponit se super inquisicionem
[9] Henry Sclatere in mercy for permission to agree with John Walker the elder in a plea of debt
[10] Johannes Reynold queritur de Thoma Colman de Barowe in placito debiti vjs viijd aretro de uno Carttyr' (cartrope) ei vendito ... ij annis elapsis; def. denied and waged his law cum sexta manu
[11] The warenner in mercy for not bringing William Sheperd to answer to John de Burton the elder in a plea of debt