... ... Henrici iiijti xiijmo



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[1] John Barbour the elder is to answer to Isabel Kemstere in a plea of trespass
[2] ... ... in mercy for permission to agree with Thomas Hutte in a plea of debt
[3] ... Chapman in mercy for permission to agree with John Walker the younger in a plea of debt
[4] ... Chapman in mercy for permission to agree with Nicholas Smyth in a plea of debt
[5] ... ... in mercy for permission to agree with John Barbour in a plea of debt
[6] Thomas Colman in mercy for permission to agree with John de Wysowe in a plea of debt
[7] John Sheperd in mercy for not proceeding v. Roger Walker in a plea of debt
[8] Robert Warde pl. v. Thomas Colman in a plea of debt for 16d; def. admitted it
[9] Thomas Colman pl. v. John de Wysowe in a plea of debt for 2s for the payment for his cart from Buddon [Buddon Wood, Quorndon] to L in 1403 (de stipendio carecte sue de Buddon usque Loughtt' anno iiijto); damages &c (sic); def. admitted 8d, denied 16d; to a jury which decided that he owes 6d (sic) and so in mercy (qui dicunt quod debet vjd ideo in misericordia &c); Thomas in mercy for a false plea (Et dictus Thomas in misericordia pro iniusta querela sua &c)
[10] It is decided by a jury that Miles Balle owes Ralph Irenemongere 7s 8d underwritten for William de Stanton 2 years ago ... ... (Compertum est per Inquisitionem quod Milo Balle debet Radulpho Irenemongere vijs viijd manucaptos pro Willelmo de Stanton ij annis elapsis ... ...)
[11] Thomas Colman pl. v. John de Wysowe in a plea of trespass that he incorrectly had him arrested at Lenton in 1405 (quod iniuste arestauit eum apud lenton' anno vjto Regis Henrici quarti ad dampnum &c); to a jury which found def. not guilty
[12] Richard Irenemongar and John Wysowe in mercy for not bringing John Daddy to answer to Thomas Flessehewere (Ricardus Irenemongar et Johannes Wysowe in misericordia quia non habent Johannem Daddy ad respondendum Thome Flessehewere) in a plea of debt
[13] Thomas Meruyn in mercy for permission to agree with John de Wetton in a plea of debt
[14] John Langtofte in mercy for not bringing John de Colewyke to answer to William Dextere in a plea of debt
[15] Chief pledges: William Perkyn, Miles Balle, John Halom, John Cartewryght, William Dextere, Richard Cartere
[16] Presentments:
[17] [Entry] fine 3s 4d (sic) (Fines iijs iiijd) John Lodlowe came into court and took from the lord a messuage located in the market [place] and a piece of pasture in Haverholme once Amice Dexter's which Amice surrendered for his benefit (Johannes Lodlowe venit in Curia et cepit de domino j mesuagium situatum in foro et j peciam pasture in Hauerholme quondam Amicie Dexter que eadem Amicia sursum reddidit ad opus suum); for the lives of John, his wife and the longer liver at will according to the manorial custom (ad voluntatem secundum consuetudinem manerii); covenant to build 2 chambers (camere) and a hall (aula) within 2 years; entry fine 4 marks (sic)
[18] [Assize of bread] The weighing of bread taken according to the assize of bread 16 June last for the farthing wastel loaf (Ponderacio Panis capta secundum assisam panis xvj die Junij ulteriori preterito Wastell quadrantis):
William Dextere's (fine 16d) underweight 4s (Willelmi Dextere xvjd deficiebat de ponderacione iiijs
[19] Ponderacio Panis &c xv die Julij ulteriori preterito:
  • John de Burton's (fine 16d) farthing loaf underweight 9s (quod panis quadrantis de tract' Johannis de Burton xvjd deficiebat de ponderacione ixs)
  • William Baxter's farthing loaf underweight 2s 6d (Item panis quadrantis de Coket Willelmi Baxter deficiebat de ponderacione ijs vjd)
  • Robert Baxter's (fine 16d) farthing loaf underweight 2s 6d (Item panis quadrantis de Coket Roberti Baxter xvjd deficiebat de ponderacione ijs vjd)
  • John Burton and Robert Baxter fined 6d each because they didn't have wastel farthing loaves (Item Johannes Burton vjd et Robertus Baxter vjd in misericordia quia non habent panem quadrantis de Wastell')