[1] John Fouler of Thorpe in mercy for permission to agree with John Cartwright the younger in a plea of trespass
[2] James Williamson of Thorpe admitted a debt of 6s 8d to William Parkyn for a fire pan bought from him a year ago (pro foculo ab eo empto Anno elapso)
[3] Richard Wright is to answer to John Slengesby in a plea of debt for 18s 6d which he took in his name from John Walton of Ashby (quod reddat ei xviijs vjd quos recepit nomine suo de Johanne Walton de Assheby) in 1423; damages claimed 6s 8d; def. waged his law 10-handed (vadiauit legem se xma manu); his pledge for waging law the warenner (plegius de lege Warnarius); pl. didn't proceed, so he and his pledge to proceed in mercy
[4] It is found by a jury (Compertum est per inquisicionem) that Robert Mercer owed 20s 4d to William Irnemongere for peas in the sheaf (lit. in sheaves - i.e. unthreshed) sold to Robert (pro pisis in garbis eidem Roberto venditis) last Christmas, payment for which should have been made at Easter; damages assessed at 6d
[5] It is found by a jury that William Marnham's animals grazed John Godwyn's rye; damages assessed at 2d
[6] Thomas Glover in mercy for permission to agree with William Jonson of Nottingham in a plea of debt
[7] It is found by a jury that John Balle owed 6s 3d to John Larke which he undertook to pay for John Pecok (quos manucepit soluere pro Johanne Pecok); damages assessed at 2d
[8] John Ludlowe admitted 2 debts to Thomas Pegge for 4 marks for wool bought from him this year (pro lana ab eo empto hoc Anno)
[9] Richard Clerk Bocher in mercy for not proceeding v. William Alen in a plea of debt
[10] It is found by a jury that Robert Alen owed 2s 6d to John Ferrour, 2s for rent of a cottage and 6d for a loan
[11] John Balle admitted a debt of 7s 10d to William Irnemonger for a horse bought from him (pro uno equo ab eo empto)
[12] James Williamson admitted a debt of 2s 8d to William Iremongere owing from 11 Nov 1427
[13] John Westby admitted a debt of 8d to John Cartwright the elder for a pair of wheels bought from him this year (pro j pari rotarum ab eo empto hoc Anno)