Loughtteburgh' Curia tenta ibidem die Martis xxmo die Augusti Anno regni regis Ricardi secundi xxijdo



[1] 2d. Margery Storiour in mercy for not proceeding v. John Flesshewer the elder in a case of debt
[2] 2d. William Chesterschir' in mercy for not proceeding v. William de Burton in a case of debt
[3] 6d. William Burbache in mercy for permission to agree with Thomas Pegge in 4 cases of trespass and debt
[4] 2d. John Blenche in mercy for not proceeding v. John Loksmyth in a case of debt
[5] 2d. William Fouler in mercy for permission to agree with Alan Burdon in a case of debt
[6] 2d. Alice Baxter in mercy for not proceeding v. William de Barowe and his wife, Felicia, in a case of debt
[7] 2d. John Reynold pl. v. John Forstere in a case of debt for 16s: pro diuersis debitis detentis per ijos annos ad dampna iiijs; John Forstere couldn't deny it (non potuit dedicere quia debet); et dampna taxantur ad [MS blank}
[8] 2d. John Bardolfe in mercy for permission to agree with Edward [MS Edd'] Broun and his wife, Matilda, in a case of trespass
[9] 2d. Thomas Kyngewod in mercy for permission to agree with William Coupeland in a case of covenant
[10] 16d. William Pratte, John Bosse, William Elot, Thomas Walker, William de Leyke, Richard Koc, Thomas Koc and William Jurdon all placed in mercy for permission to agree with Thomas Hayteley in 8 different and separate cases of trespass (in viij diuersis placitis de transgressionibus separatis perplegium Stephani del Northe)
[11] 16d. William Pratte, John Bosse, William Elot, Thomas Walker, William de Leyke, Richard Koc, Thomas Koc and William Jurdon all placed in mercy for permission to agree with Simon Breton' in 8 different cases of trespass through the same pledge (Stephen del Northe)
[12] 2d. Robert de Wyloghby in mercy for permission to agree with Giles Jurdon in a case of debt
[13] 2d. In Richard Furnyuale pl. v. William Smyth concerning a debt of 9s, the defendant was placed in mercy
[14] 2d. John de Wysowe in mercy for not proceeding v. Richard Fysshe in a case of trespass
[15] 2d. Richard Fysshe in mercy for not proceeding v. John de Wysowe in a case of trespass
[16] 2d. In William Wryght pl. v. William Smyth concerning a debt of 5s, the defendant was placed in mercy
[17] 2d. The warenner was placed in mercy twice (loco ijorum) for not bringing John Thresshere to answer John Walker the elder in a case of debt
[18] 2d. Helen Kue in mercy for not proceeding v. Roger Coupere in a case of debt
[19] 6d. John Thorneton, William Dextere, Thomas Fisshe, as frankpledges, were placed in mercy for not coming to make their presentments on the appointed day (quia non venerunt ad presentandum sicut habuerunt diem)
The affeerors were John Duffeld and John Tonley