Curia tenta ibidem die martis vto die Julii anno supradicto



[1] The bailiff in mercy for not bringing Ralph Baly of Frisby to answer to Alan Burdon in a plea of debt
[2] The warenner in mercy for not bringing Thomas Colman to answer to John de Wysowe in a plea of debt
[3] The bailiff in mercy for not bringing John Walker the younger to answer to John Walker the elder in 3 pleas of covenant
[4] The bailiff in mercy for not bringing Ralph Bayly of Frisby to answer to John Assefordby of Leicester in a plea of debt
[5] The warenner in mercy for not bringing John Sheperd of L to answer to John Gamill of Prestwold in a plea of debt
[6] Thomas Yeman in mercy for permission to agree with John Purce of Barrow in a plea of debt
[7] The bailiff in mercy for not bringing Thomas Dauke to answer to Richard Furnyuall' in a plea of debt
[8] Thomas Meruyn in mercy for permission to agree with John Turnour
[9] Thomas de Whatton pl. v. John de Barton in a plea of debt for 2s 8d for meadow sold to him (pro prato ei vendito); def. admitted it
[10] The bailiff in mercy for not bringing John Walker the younger to answer to Robert Mylnere in a plea of debt
[11] The bailiff in mercy for not bringing John Forstere to answer to Ralph Smyth capellanus in a plea of debt
[12] The bailiff in mercy for not bringing Thomas Fysshere to answer to William de Burton in a plea of debt
[13] The bailiff in mercy for not bringing Thomas Hethecote to answer to John Kyrkeby in a plea of debt
[14] John Langtofte and Ralph Irenemongere in mercy for not bringing John Barbour the elder to answer to Isabel Kemstere in 2 pleas of trespass
[15] Rogerus Olyman de Leyc' queritur de Hugone de Dalby in placito debiti iijs pro diuersis vasis ad inponendum Gely ab eo emptis ij annis elapsis ad dampna xld; def. denied and at law
[16] William de Stowe in mercy for not proceeding v. John Luddelowe in a plea of trespass
[17] John Turnour in mercy for permission to agree with Alan Burdon in a plea of trespass
[18] Thomas Fysshere in mercy for permission to agree with William Wakeleyn in pleas of trespass and debt
[19] Alan Burdon pl. v. John Walker the younger in a plea of debt for 21d for corn sold to him (pro grano ei vendito); def. admitted it