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Market Privileges 1371-1380

Borough Market Privileges the Hinterland of Medieval London, C.1400. Originally published by Centre for Metropolitan History, London, 2006.

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Market Privileges 1371-1380

Date
Date of the granting of the privilege.
Place
The principal place(s) concerned.
Description
Description of the substance of the privilege. Bibliographic details are given in square brackets at the end of each entry. The abbreviations used may be found in the Editorial note.
24/02/1371 Sussex Order to John Waleys, William Neudegate, sheriff of Sussex, Roger Dalynrugge, John Leg, John de Clifton and Thomas de Grymesby, appointed by the king to buy 500 quarters of wheat in Sussex to be taken to Calais, not to take any corn from ecclesiastical lands. [CCR 1369-74, 212]
02/02/1371 Kent
Sussex
Norfolk
Suffolk
Essex
Cambridgeshire
Huntingdonshire
Commission to the sheriffs and others in the aftermentioned counties to buy grain for the king's money and to send it to Calais for the munition of that town and of the other towns, castles and fortresses there, namely 500 quarters of wheat in Kent, 500 quarters of wheat in Sussex, 1,000 quarters of wheat and 2,000 quarters of malt in Norfolk and Suffolk, 500 quarters of wheat in Essex, 1,000 quarters of wheat and 1,000 quarters of malt in Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire. [CPR 1370-74, 98-99]
22/10/1371 Abbots Ripton (Huntingdonshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John de Yakeslee senior, citizen of London, for non-appearance to answer John de Ditton, parson of Abbots Ripton, for a debt of £750. [CPR 1370-74, 148]
22/04/1371 Aldrington (Sussex)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John le merser, bailiff of Aldrington, for failing to appear to answer John Gravele, citizen and goldsmith of London, for a debt of £30. [CPR 1370-74, 69]
20/07/1371 Barrow-upon-Humber (Lincolnshire)
Barton-upon-Humber (Lincolnshire)
Order to the sheriff of Lincoln to remove a ferry over the Humber at Barrow, set on the ground of the abbot of Thornton, by Thomas Crispyn since 10/5/1369. Richard Earl of Arundell and Eleanor his wife have a ferry over the river at Barton-on-Humber with the profit in dower of Eleanor with reversion to John de Beaumont, and up to now nobody else used to have a ferry within the bounds of Redcliff and Twygrayn, only at Barrowhaven there has always been an easement for the tenants and townsmen of Barrow to cross with their property and merchandise and to take it wherever they like, without payment of toll or custom to the lords of Barton. But now Crispyn is charging 2d for one man crossing with a horse, and for one man alone sometimes 1/2d and sometimes 1d, and many profits more, and he has already taken £10. since the ferry was set up, and the earl and his wife are losing the greater part of the profit from their ferry, i.e. 10 marks per year. [CCR 1369-74, 241-42]
11/12/1371 Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland)
Tindale (Northumberland)
Teviotdale (Northumberland)
Commission to enquire in Northumberland regarding information that many merchants and others of Northumberland as well of the liberties of Tindale and Teviotdale as elsewhere, are defrauding the king of his customs on wool, hides and woolfells, by selling the same to grooms having no possessions and many others and have them taken to Berwick upon Tweed and other parts of Scotland by them. [CPR 1370-74, 180]
14/11/1371 Burston (Buckinghamshire)
Aston Abbotts (Buckinghamshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Northamptonshire to William Chapel of Burston for failing to appear to answer Gilbert Coleman, late vicar of Aston Abbotts, for a debt of 8 marks. [CPR 1370-74, 154]
17/10/1371 Guildford (Surrey)
London
Recognisance of Peter Semer, Walter Wodlond and John Semer of Guildford to Simon, bishop of London, for £54. to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in Surrey. [CCR 1369-74, 334]
17/10/1371 Hanney (Berkshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Southebery of the parish of Hanney for his non-appearance to answer Robert Wolf, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of £9. 11s. 8d. [CPR 1370-74, 140]
06/05/1371 Huntingdon (Huntingdonshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Thomas Spicer of Huntingdon for his non-appearance to answer William Harkested, citizen and pepperer of London, touching a plea of debt of 20 marks. [CPR 1370-74, 81]
28/06/1371 Ipswich (Suffolk) Licence for Hugh Walle of Ipswich to load 1,000 weys of cheese at Ipswich and take them to Flanders to make his profit thereof. [CPR 1370-74, 114]
24/04/1371 Isle of Wight (Hampshire) Order to Ralph de Ferrariis, keeper of the Isle of Wight, or his lieutenant, to allow William de Spridlington, clerk, to receive of Walter de Burton and others of the island beasts and corn to the value of 20 marks owed him by the islanders, and to take them to Southampton to sell, as the islanders have nothing else to pay their debt with. [CCR 1369-74, 223-24]
23/05/1371 King's Lynn (Norfolk) Licence for Thomas Bubbe, burgess of King's Lynn, to carry 200 quarters of rye from Lynn to Norway to be exchanged for other merchandise to be brought back to the realm by him, as he recently bought the rye in Prussia and brought it to King's Lynn, but found that he could not sell the rye for as much as it cost him. [CPR 1370-74, 89]
20/10/1371 King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Kirkley (Suffolk)
Order to Reynold de Sholdam, searcher of forfeitures in the waters of Kirkley, to deliver to John Bollard of Seeland his ship and goods arrested, because unknown to him a certain merchant of King's Lynn freighted on his ship as merchandise cocketed and customed a pipe Rhenish wine and a bed to the measure of 1 baiard filled with wool without paying custom or subsidy for them, and John himself had properly paid his customs and subsidies for his own goods. [CCR 1369-74, 258]
16/09/1371 London Order to the collectors of the petty custom in London to allow John Aubrey and John de Hedyngham, citizens and merchants of London, to load in ships 9 tuns of honey, which they bought of men of Genoa, and after payment of customs due to take them to Dordrecht in Seeland in order to bring back to England wine to the value thereof. [CCR 1369-74, 245]
12/11/1371 London Order to the sheriffs of London to pay James Seland, citizen and hostler of London, from the goods of 30 Flemings who stayed in his inn for a fortnight before being arrested and after their arrest spent 7 weeks in Aldgate prison at James' cost. [CCR 1369-74, 260]
06/02/1371 London
Middlesex
Recognisance of John de Pekbrugge, knight, William de Tarent, clerk, and Nicholas Potyn, citizen of London, to John Hydyngham, citizen of London, for £200. to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in Middlesex. [CCR 1369-74, 277]
06/02/1371 London Order to the mayor and sheriffs of London to ensure that all wines for sale are gauged according to the statute, to ensure proper measures being sold, as certain merchants and vintners of London are selling ungauged tuns and pipes of wine to the hurt and deceit of the people. [CCR 1369-74, 278]
28/06/1371 London Order to all the king's naval and customs officials to allow certain Italian merchants to bring certain wool and cloths through the ports in their respective districts without payment of subsidy or custom, as they were part of the cargo of 3 Genoese ships recently taken at sea. [CCR 1369-71, 217]
26/06/1371 London Order to the collectors and controllers of the custom on wool, hides and woolfells and of the petty custom in London to return 54 pockets of wool, 5 bales of woolfells, 1 cloth of Brabant to the attorney of the merchants of Venice and to allow them to export them to wherever they like without payment of customs or subsidies, as the said goods were captured at sea in three Genoese ships. Similarly, regarding 9 cockets (sic) of wool belonging to the merchants of Genoa. [CCR 1369-74, 216-17]
04/03/1371 London Order to the collectors and controller of the petty custom in London to dearrest 20 cloths of John de Pountpere, merchant of Valence, taken in two ships of Genoa without payment of customs, as the king wants "to deal amicably with the Genoese". [CCR 1369-74, 213-14]
05/03/1371 London
Yorkshire
Licence for Adam de Coppendale and Stephen his brother to buy 400 quarters of divers kinds of corn in Yorkshire and to bring them to London to make their profit, provided that they find security that they will not take it anywhere other than to London. [CPR 1370-74, 54]
28/03/1371 London Order to the collectors and controllers of the custom on wool, hides and woolfells and of the petty custom in London to return 1593 pockets of wool, 33 bales of woolfells, 12 bales of glasswort and 51 pieces of woollen cloth to certain Genoese merchants and to allow them to export them to wherever they like without payment of customs or subsidies, as the said goods were captured at sea in three Genoese ships. [CCR 1369-74, 216]
14/04/1371 London
Barking (Essex)
Order to the sheriffs of London not to publish further the exigents against Henry Noble of Barking, tanner, and Margery his wife, as they are now ready to answer Richard Vyncent of London, cordwainer, and Agnes his wife, for chattels to the value of 10 marks. [CCR 1369-74, 291]
24/04/1371 London
Bothal (Northumberland)
Recognisance of John Dovy, citizen of London, to Ellen Bertram, lady of Bothal, for 100 marks to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. Defeasance of the foregoing recognisance on condition that Katherine, wife of John Dovy, shall recover no dower against Ellen or her heirs. [CCR 1369-74, 291]
17/12/1371 London
Dartmouth (Devon)
Plymouth (Devon)
Wareham (Dorset)
Commission to make inquisition concerning a ship of Dartmouth, which John de Stodeye, William de Tongge, Nicholas Brambre and Thomas Gysors, merchants of London, and Robert de Knolles, knight, loaded at Plymouth with 50 tuns of wine, 20 thousands of iron and tin, 10 thousands of "hake" and divers other wares, as well as very many goods, jewels and harness of the said Robert, for London, and the ship was broken at Wareham in Dorset and the goods and merchandise cast ashore and are detained by the men of that county. [CPR 1370-74, 181]
10/10/1371 London
Farthinghoe (Northamptonshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Edmund Wastel, parson of Farthinghoe, for his non-appearance to render an account to John de Somerton and William Porter, cornmongers of London, for the time when he was their receiver. [CPR 1370-74, 138]
20/10/1371 London
Gloucester (Gloucestershire)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Philip Alrun of Gloucester for non-appearance to answer John de Fifhide, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £10. [CPR 1370-74, 147]
30/07/1371 London
Goodwin Sands (Kent)
Commission to make an inquiry concerning a ship of Bayonne, loaded at Bayonne in Gascony by William Canynges, John Stodeye, Nicholas Brambre and other citizens of London, with wines and iron for London, which ship was imperilled and broken at Goodwin Sands in Kent and the goods thrown ashore and saved. [CPR 1370-74, 176]
20/05/1371 London
Harbury (Warwickshire)
Northumberland
Protection for Henry de Herbury, citizen of London, and his servants in bringing 300 cows, 200 bullocks, and 2,000 sheep from Northumberland, where he bought them, to Harbury (Warwicks.) for his stock there. [CPR 1370-74, 90]
01/07/1371 London
Lewes (Sussex)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William de Kyngeston of Lewes for failing to appear to answer Walter atte Hoo, skinner of London, and Alice his wife, for a debt of 100 marks. [CPR 1370-74, 116]
11/10/1371 London
Pentlow (Essex)
Recognisance of Thomas Pecok of Pentlow to John Yonge, citizen of London for £10. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. [CCR 1369-74, 329]
12/03/1371 London
Southampton (Hampshire)
Melcombe Regis (Dorset)
Order to the collectors of customs in the port of Southampton to allow the weights used for weighing wool in that port to be taken to Melcombe Regis, which is in their bailiwick, at the cost of Reynold Loue, citizen and merchant of London, so he can have 300 sacks of wool bought by him in various parts of England weighed and cocketed there and take them to Calais after having paid the customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1369-74, 214]
15/03/1371 London
Westminster (Middlesex)
Order to the mayor and sheriffs of London to arrest all the goods and chattels of William Swalclif in their bailiwick, as he is bound in £68. to Reynold Loue (citizen and merchant of London, [cf. p. 214], who in turn owes the king £74. 10s. 8d. and Loue has asked for the king's help in levying his £68. as William is scheming to debar him from his due, has taken sanctuary at Westminster, and is planning to withdraw all his goods and chattels from the city of London. [CCR 1369-74, 222-23]
12/10/1371 London
Wivenhoe (Essex)
Canterbury (Kent)
Pardon of his outlawry in Essex and Kent to Thomas de Brandon, citizen and merchant of London, for non-appearance to answer John de Sutton, knight of Wivenhoe, for a debt of £240. and Simon, archbishop of Canterbury, for a debt of £59. [CPR 1370-74, 139]
01/07/1371 Long Stratton (Norfolk)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Panet of Long Stratton for his non-appearance to answer John Jernemouth, goldsmith of London, for a debt of 10 marks. [CPR 1370-74, 114]
13/11/1371 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs, good men and commonalty of Newcastle of murage and pontage for 10 years, beyond the one year remaining of a late grant thereof. [CPR 1370-74, 154]
21/10/1371 Ramsey (Huntingdonshire)
Buckingham (Buckinghamshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Huntingdonshire to Alan Spicer of Buckingham for failing to appear to answer Nicholas Ladeler of Ramsey for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1370-74, 142-3]
01/02/1371 Rayleigh (Essex) Recognisance of John Herberge of Rayleigh to William de Berland, knight, for £200. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. [CCR 1369-74, 276]
11/10/1371 Romney (Kent) Licence for William Seford of Romney to buy 100 quarters of corn and take them to Gascony for his own profit and the sustenance of the king's lieges there. [CPR 1370-74, 136]
22/08/1371 Shoreham-by-Sea (Sussex) Order to the bailiffs of Shoreham to deliver to William de Asshebourne, merchant and fellmonger of London, 31 dozen fells of foynes and 5 mantles of fitchews, 1 1/2 timbers and 8 fells of grey work, 7 dozen fells of roes and 13 1/2 lb. of green thread, worth £22. 10s. belonging to him, if he can prove their ownership by marks, charters, letters of cocket or witnesses, as the said goods were plundered at sea by pirates and put ashore at Shoreham where they were arrested by the bailiffs. [CCR 1369-74, 325]
12/08/1371 Shoreham-by-Sea (Sussex) Order to the bailiffs of Shoreham and John Barbour to deliver to William de Asshebourne, merchant and fellmonger of London, 31 dozen fells of foynes and 5 mantles of fitchews, 1 1/2 timbers and 8 fells of grey work, 7 dozen fells of roes, and 13 1/2 lb. of green thread, worth £22. 10s., belonging to him, as the said goods were plundered at sea by pirates and put ashore at Shoreham where they were arrested by the bailiffs. [CCR 1369-74, 328]
12/08/1371 Shoreham-by-Sea (Sussex) Order to the bailiffs of Shoreham and John Barbour to deliver to William Culham, merchant of London, 35 bales of woad, 6 bales of "alum", 4 cases of "sope", 3 tuns with flax, and 14 reams of paper, worth £140., belonging to him and Roger Estfeld, late merchant of London, as the said goods were plundered at sea by pirates and put ashore at Shoreham, where they were arrested by the bailiffs. [CCR 1369-74, 328]
10/08/1371 Shoreham-by-Sea (Sussex) Order to the bailiffs of Shoreham to deliver to the executors of Francis Kempe of Diest (South Brabant) late merchant of London, 3 cloths of motley, divers pieces of "rays" of Diest, 12 dozen "sadelskirtes", 6 dozen of "redlash", 1 fardel of linen cloth, 3 "rydels" and a great number of nails, "bokeles" of iron and hides silvered by the saddlers' craft in divers bags, of the value of £40. 3s. 4d. of the goods of the said Francis, which were plundered at sea by pirates and put ashore at Shoreham, where the goods were arrested by the bailiffs. [CCR 1369-74, 324]
18/08/1371 Shoreham-by-Sea (Sussex) Order to the bailiffs of Shoreham and John Barbour to deliver to John Bernadyn, merchant, 334 pieces of kerchiefs of "wermoise", each piece containing 4 plights, 4 pieces of camaca "blue" containing 24 ells, and 500 ells of canvas, worth £100., belonging to him, as the said goods were plundered at sea by pirates and put ashore at Shoreham, where they were arrested by the bailiffs. [CCR 1369-74, 329]
22/08/1371 Shoreham-by-Sea (Sussex)
Bramber (Sussex)
Hove (Sussex)
Preston (Sussex)
Steyning (Sussex)
Order to the bailiffs of Shoreham and Bramber, the bailiffs of the bishop of Chicester of Hove and Preston, and the bailiffs of the abbot of Fecamp of Steyning to deliver to John Bernadyn, merchant, 334 pieces of kerchiefs of "wermoise", each piece containing 4 plights, 4 pieces of camaca "blue", containing 24 ells, and 500 ells of canvas, worth £100., belonging to him, if he can prove their ownership by marks, charters, letters of cocket or witnesses, as the said goods were plundered at sea by pirates and put ashore at Shoreham, where they were arrested by the bailiffs. [CCR 1369-74, 325]
12/09/1371 Shoreham-by-Sea (Sussex)
Hove (Sussex)
Order to the bailiffs of Shoreham and Hove to deliver to Conrad de Sancto Trudo of Almain 64 dozen and 2 sarplers of striped cloth of St Tron, worth 100 marks, belonging to him, if he can prove his ownership by marks, charters, letters of cocket or witnesses, as the said goods were plundered at sea by pirates and put ashore at Shoreham where they were arrested by the bailiffs. [CCR 1369-74, 325]
22/08/1371 Shoreham-by-Sea (Sussex)
Hove (Sussex)
Order to the bailiffs of Shoreham and Hove to deliver to William Culham, merchant of London, 35 bales of woad, 6 bales of "alum", 4 cases of "sope", 3 tuns with flax, and 14 reams of paper, worth £140. belonging to him and Roger Estfeld, late merchant of London, if he can prove their ownership by marks, charters, letters of cocket or witnesses, as the said goods were plundered at sea by pirates and put ashore at Shoreham, where they were arrested by the bailiffs. [CCR 1369-74, 325]
02/03/1371 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the collectors of customs in the port of Southampton to allow 4 lasts, 6 dakers and 2 hides of hides, as well as "kyppys" of salted hides, and 9 dakers and 4 hides securely placed in 5 tuns and 2 pipes, belonging to Nicholas de la More, 1 last, 6 dakers of salted hides, as well as of "kyppys", and 8 hides securely placed in 1 pipe, belonging to William Scallir, and 3 lasts, 9 dakers, 6 hides, belonging to John Broun, to be taken to Calais without further charge, as they were bought in Ireland and customs were paid there, and they were only brought ashore at Southampton, because the ships were arrested for the king's service. [CCR 1369-74, 213]
28/04/1371 Southampton (Hampshire)
Isle of Wight (Hampshire)
Licence until Michaelmas for John Polymond, burgess of Southampton, to buy corn and other victuals in the Isle of Wight and elsewhere in Hampshire and to bring them to Southampton for the munition thereof and of the king's ships setting out from there. [CPR 1370-74, 72]
01/10/1371 Staines (Middlesex) Grant to the good men of Staines of pontage for 6 years, to be taken by the hands of Clement atte Merke and Richard Couper of Staines. [CPR 1370-74, 134]
29/05/1371 Stebbing (Essex) Assignment of dower to Margaret, widow of William de Ferrers of Groby, knight, includes a third of the profits of Stebbing market and fair, and of Woodham Ferrers market and fair. [CCR 1369-74, 349-50]
08/02/1371 Sutton (Lincolnshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Luton of Sutton for non-appearance to answer Roger Coggere, citizen and cornmonger of London, for a debt of £12. [CPR 1370-74, 44]
20/10/1371 Wells (Somerset)
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Wiltshire to John Horn of Wells for non-appearance to answer William Tenterer senior, citizen of Salisbury, for a debt of 11s. 4d. [CPR 1370-74, 144]
21/05/1371 West Thurrock (Essex) Recognisance of John Stodeye of West Thurrock to William de Wauton, knight, for £100. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. [CCR 1369-74, 294]
28/04/1371 Whitby (Yorkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Whitby of pontage for 7 years. [CPR 1370-74, 70]
22/03/1371 Whitby (Yorkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Whitby of pontage for 7 years. (Vacated because otherwise below) [CPR 1370-74, 60]
08/05/1371 York (Yorkshire)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Order to the treasurer of Calais and the king's searcher there to deliver 7 sarplers of wool to John de Gisburn, merchant of York, who loaded 15 sarplers of wool containing 30 sacks 12 stone of wool onto a ship at Kingston-upon-Hull and there paid the customs and subsidy due, but by negligence of the scribe only 8 sarplers of wool were specified in the letters of cocket, and the other 7 were arrested as forfeit at Calais. [CCR 1369-74, 227-28]
15/07/1372 Biggleswade (Bedfordshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Biggleswade of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1370-74, 187]
24/01/1372 Chiddingstone (Kent)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London for non-appearance to answer William Fikelden, tailor of London, for an account for the time when he was his receiver. [CPR 1370-74, 168]
28/10/1372 Darlaston (Staffordshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Darlaston of pontage for 2 years. [CPR 1370-74, 205]
28/05/1372 Ipswich (Suffolk)
Sudbury (Suffolk)
Orwell (Suffolk)
Order to the collectors of the petty custom in the port of Ipswich to dearrest certain cloths and merchandise of John Mormaunt of Sudbury, John Coppemaine and William Hound, merchants, which were loaded in the port of Orwell within the bounds of the port of Ipswich and were the cocketed and the custom paid; but the load was arrested by the collectors' deputies at Orwell on the grounds that other uncocketed goods had also been loaded.. [CCR 1369-74, 382-83]
25/11/1372 King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Whitby (Yorkshire)
Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland)
Licence for Thomas Bodekesham of King's Lynn to load 6 lasts of hides in the ports of Newcastle upon Tyne, Whitby or Berwick, and to take them to King's Lynn to make his profit. [CPR 1370-74, 221]
07/06/1372 Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire) Order to the collectors of customs in the port of Kingston to allow certain merchants to ship 1,000 sacks of wool to Holland, Seeland or Flanders after paying the customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1369-74, 391]
02/12/1372 London Order to Nicholas Potyn, the king's searcher of forfeitures in the port of London to deliver out of the king's favour to Arnald van Intruthyn certain cups of mazer and other merchandise of Flanders of no great value to sell after the customs and subsidies due thereupon have first been paid, as Arnald brought them to London and out of negligence, but not to cheat the king, put them ashore before custom had been charged, and they were therefore seized by the searcher. [CCR 1369-74, 416]
24/09/1372 London Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 6d in the pound in the port of London to allow John Bosham, citizen and mercer of London, to take a certain portion of merchandise bought in Flanders and brought to London back to Flanders, without a second payment of the 6d, as it is to be returned to the people he bought it from and not sold. [CCR 1369-74, 404]
07/06/1372 London Order to the collectors of customs in London to allow certain merchants to ship 720 sacks of wool to Seeland, Holland or Flanders after paying the customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1369-74, 390]
17/03/1372 London Order to the collectors of customs in the port of London to allow William Wynde, merchant of London, to open 16 sacks 3 stone of wool, pack it into small pockets at his pleasure and without payment of customs or subsidies take it overseas, as it was bought in Wales and the customs were paid at the staple of Carmarthen. [CCR 1369-74, 368]
30/07/1372 London Order to the sheriffs of London to stay the pulication of the exigents against Thomas Hoggeshawe, knight, as he is prepared to appear to answer John de Triple, citizen and fishmonger of London, for an alleged debt of £17. 18d. [CCR 1369-74, 452-3]
13/11/1372 London
Leicester (Leicestershire)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Peny of Leicester for non-appearance to answer Robert Brynkele, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of 60s. [CPR 1370-74, 212]
12/08/1372 London
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Licence for Peter Torold to load 5 lasts of hides in the port of Newcastle upon Tyne and to bring them to London to make his profit thereof. [CPR 1370-74, 194]
28/11/1372 London
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Licence for Robert Bullok of Newcastle upon Tyne to load 4 lasts of hides in the port of Newcastle and to bring them to London for his profit. [CPR 1370-74, 218]
22/09/1372 London
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in London to allow Thomas Cornwaleys, John Clyvele, William Tonge and John Cavendissh, citizens and merchants of London to send certain cloths and other merchandise to Bordeaux, the customs and subsidies for them having first been paid, and to bring back wine, on condition that the ship shall not pass the coast of Sandwich called the "dounes" before the king shall have left England for France. [CCR 1369-74, 404]
05/11/1372 London
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Sandwich and the collectors of customs and subsidies there to allow certain merchants of Lombardy to export their wool, fells, cloths and other merchandise of England to Lombardy without further charge, as they have already paid the customs and subsidies due in London. [CCR 1369-74, 414]
20/01/1372 Plymouth (Devon) Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 3d in the pound in the port of Plymouth to stay their demand for 3d in the pound over and above the ancient custom of 2s on every tun, on 84 tuns of wine brought to Plymouth from la Rochelle by Leonard Molyn, burgess of La Rochelle. [CCR 1369-74, 275]
23/07/1372 Queenborough (Kent)
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs, controller and troner in the port of Queensborough to have the weights used to weigh wool in that port to be brought to Sandwich at the cost of certain Venetian and Lombard merchants, have their fells, cloths and other merchandise weighed and cocketed, and to allow them to export their goods to Lombardy after all customs and subsidies due have been paid; as the merchants have asked licence, in order to escape the extra cost of having to take their goods to Queensborough. [CCR 1369-74, 399]
08/11/1372 Sandwich (Kent)
Cliffe (Sussex)
Pardon of outlawry to William Olyver of Sandwich for non-appearance to answer John Sherreve of Cliffe by Lewes for a debt of £28. [CPR 1370-74, 215]
16/10/1372 Wilbraham (Cambridgeshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Bette of Wilbraham for non-appearance to answer John Wilburgham, "lyndraper" of London, for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1370-74, 208]
16/11/1372 Yaxley (Huntingdonshire) Grant to the good men of Yaxley of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1370-74, 215]
24/01/1373 Bardfield (Essex)
London
Pardon of his outlawry to John Deigher of Bardfield at suit of William Venour of London for a debt of £20. [CPR 1370-74, 234]
06/05/1373 Battersea (Surrey)
Lambeth (Surrey)
Pardon of outlawry to Henry Tydyngbern of Battersea for non-appearance to answer Master Richard Wodelonde, parson of the church of Lambeth, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1370-74, 275]
08/09/1373 Bishopsgate (London)
Hackney (Middlesex)
Edmonton (Middlesex)
Commission to Walter Bedel of Bishopsgate to take for 3 years of carts called "tranenters" and pack horses passing by the highway between Hackney and Edmonton 1d weekly of every cart and 1/4d weekly on every pack horse and cause the same to be used for the repair of that way, which is so deep, muddy, and perilous that men, horses and carts can hardly pass. [pavage] [CPR 1370-74, 336]
26/06/1373 Bridgend (Lincolnshire) Grant to the prior of St Saviour's Bridgend for 3 years of pontage for the repair of the bridge of Bridgend. [CPR 1370-74, 321]
06/07/1373 Cambridge (Cambridgeshire) Pardon of his outlawry in Cambridgeshire to John Wykham, spicer of Cambridge, for non-appearance to answer Thomas le Coneston, cordwainer of Cambridge, for a debt of £12. [CPR 1370-74, 318]
08/07/1373 Chipping Campden (Gloucestershire)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in Middlesex to Richard Randulph of Great Yarmouth for non-appearance to answer John Weoleye of Chipping Campden for a plea of debt of £20. [CPR 1370-74, 318]
20/11/1373 Colchester (Essex) Order to the bailiffs of Colchester to make proclamation that all wines must be gauged before they are sold, as the king has heard that certain merchants as well as vintners of that town are fraudulently selling wine in short measures. [CCR 1369-74, 606-7]
03/05/1373 Fareham (Hampshire)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Pardon of outlawry to William Serle, merchant of Fareham, for non-appearance to answer Bartholomew Noggan, burgess and merchant of Great Yarmouth, for a debt of £120. [CPR 1370-74, 275]
24/06/1373 Farnham (Surrey)
London
Pardon to Christina, widow and executrix of Nicholas Brokworth of Farnham of her waiver in the husting of London for non-appearance to answer William Northbery, citizen and chandler of London over a plea for render of 40s. [CPR 1370-74, 278]
16/10/1373 Fulbourn (Cambridgeshire)
Great Dunmow (Essex)
Pardon to John Boys of Great Dunmow for non-appearance to answer John Petyt of Fulbourn, chaplain, for a debt of 20 marks. [CPR 1370-74, 342]
14/10/1373 Hareford Bridge (Oxfordshire) Grant for 2 years to Richard le Forster, Richard Lyght, Nicholas Harald and John Maynard of pontage on corn and wares for sale crossing the bridge called Hareford Bridge (wool and woolfells excepted) for the repair of the bridge which is broken down, namely on every cart loaded with corn etc. 2d., on every loaded pack horse 1/2d., on all other merchandise exceeding the value of 5s., 1/4d. [CPR 1370-74, 345]
16/10/1373 London
Henley-on-Thames (Oxfordshire)
Harpsden (Oxfordshire)
Pardon of his outlawry to William de Shirwode, chaplain of Henley, for non-appearance to answer John Milwarde, "thygheler", John Carbroke, Robert Martyn and Thomas Holbech, citizens of London, over a plea of debt of £40. against him and John Waynton, parson of the church of Harpsden, and Alice his sister. [CPR 1370-74, 342]
15/05/1373 Holderness (Yorkshire)
Burstwick (Yorkshire)
Hedon (Yorkshire)
Drypool (Yorkshire)
Grant to the steward and good men of the liberty of Holderness of pavage for 3 years in aid of the repair of the highways of those parts, i.e. between the manor of Burstwick and Hedon and from there to Drypool. [CPR 1370-74, 281, 289]
20/10/1373 Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire) Order to the collectors of customs in Kingston-upon-Hull to allow all the merchants who were granted licence before Michaelmas to export certain wool and woolfells, but have as yet not exported all of them, to do so upon payment of the customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1369-74, 518-19]
11/05/1373 Limbury (Bedfordshire)
Great Gaddesden (Hertfordshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Hertfordshire to Stephen Aungevyne of Limbury (in Luton) for non-appearance to answer John Stene, clerk, and Thomas, parson of the church of Great Gaddesden, over a plea for render of £8. 2s. 6d. [CPR 1370-74, 276]
16/11/1373 Lisson Green in Marylebone (Middlesex) Royal confirmation to William le Latymer of a grant of Henry I of lands and tenements in Lisson Green (?, lat. Lislestona) to be held with "toll et team" etc. [CPR 1370-74, 363]
04/07/1373 London Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Philip Brounton of London for non-appearance to answer John Itlycote, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of £21. 10s. [CPR 1370-74, 278]
06/07/1373 London
Worcestershire
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Sapy, knight of Worcestershire, for non-appearance to answer Henry Begge, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of 60s. [CPR 1370-74, 318]
03/06/1373 London Revocation of the protection granted to John Sharp, "pynner", on 1 June last for 1 year in the belief that he was going overseas on the king's service in the company of Nicholas de Tamworth, because Nicholas refuses to have him in his company because he obtained the protection to exclude Richard de Notyngham, citizen and mercer of London, from a great sum of money due by him. [CPR 1370-74, 295]
20/05/1373 London Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Henry de Bruslee, citizen and merchant of London, for non-appearance to answer Walter Pekenham, citizen and skinner of London, for a debt of £23. 7s. 6d. [CPR 1370-74, 293]
18/07/1373 London Order to the keepers of the passage and the collectors of customs in the port of London to allow Herman de Vyen to take 8 "coverlitz" and 8 "testers" of red worsted, 2 dozen vessels of pewter, 4 "chargeours", 12 dozen platters of pewter, 2 cloths of "kersey", 2 pairs of basins, 2 pairs of lavers of pewter and 2 ells of woollen cloth to Seeland without payment of customs or subsidy for the use of the lords of Leek and Boteresham. [CCR 1369-74, 579]
23/05/1373 London Recognisance of William de Skipwyth, knight, to Adam Fraunceys, citizen of London, for £100. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Lincolnshire. Cancelled upon payment. [CCR 1369-74, 554]
16/04/1373 London Recognisance by Thomas de Salesbury, knight, to William Baret, citizen and merchant of London, for £200. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1369-74, 546]
12/11/1373 London Order to the treasurer of Calais and the searcher of forfeitures there to deliver to John Churcheman 8 sacks 12 stone of wool in 4 sarplers to sell after payment of customs due at Calais, as he brought them over from London, where they were weighed and cocketed, but he lost the letters of cocket at sea. [CCR 1369-74, 525]
20/09/1373 London Order to the collectors of customs and the searcher in the port of London to allow Reynold Loue, merchant of London, to load in that port and take to Calais 8 tuns red wine of Gascony and 2 tuns of wine of Oseye after payment of the subsidies, customs and duties due. [CCR 1369-74, 516]
17/09/1373 London Order to the collectors of customs and the searcher in the port of London to allow Richard Lyons to load 200 quarters of old wheat in a ship called "la Gracedieu" of London, and to take it to Bordeaux after paying the customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1369-74, 516]
12/09/1373 London Order to the collectors of customs and the searcher in the port of London to allow Robert Crulle, clerk, to load ten tuns of wheat in the said port and to take them to Bordeaux after paying the customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1369-74, 516]
01/11/1373 London
Maldon (Essex)
Colchester (Essex)
Licence for William Thomer, citizen of London, to ship 5 lasts of hides in the port of London and to bring the same by the river Thames and arms of the sea to Colchester and Maldon to make his profit there. [CPR 1370-74, 359]
18/06/1373 London
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Kirkley (Suffolk)
Yarm (Yorkshire)
Notification of an order to arrest all ships, goods and merchandise of merchants of Flushing found in Kirkley and Newcastle upon Tyne, because Peter Fek of Flushing, master of a ship in which William de Newport, citizen and fishmonger of London, recently loaded 300 quarters of wheat, worth £120., at Yarm, to be brought to Queenhithe in London, on the voyage maliciously struck another ship of Seeland, loaded with 120 quarters of wheat of the said William and 120 quarters of William de Bury, fishmonger, and others, wherby the said ship was broken and the 240 quarters lost. In the course of an inquiry at Newcastle upon Tyne Peter found security to satisfy William de Bury for his loss, but immediately afterwards fled to Seeland with his ship and the 300 quarters of William de Neuport. [CPR 1370-74, 299-300]
18/05/1373 Milton (Kent)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Nicholas Mokele of Milton for non-appearance to answer John Ridere and William Courtrey, citizens and fishmongers of London, for a debt of £8. 16s. [CPR 1370-74, 277]
20/10/1373 New Windsor (Berkshire) Grant to the good men of New Windsor of pontage for 7 years on things for sale passing under or over the bridge of that town, in aid of the repair of the said bridge. [CPR 1370-74, 347]
16/05/1373 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Commission to William de Acton, on information that many goods and wares liable to custom are taken abroad by the river Tyne without payment of customs, to enquire as to such wares and as to what damage the king has sustained. [CPR 1370-74, 313]
14/07/1373 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Commission to William de Acton on information that many goods and wares liable to custom are taken abroad by the river Tyne without payment of customs, to enquire as to such wares, and as to what damage the king has sustained. [CPR 1370-74, 389]
10/07/1373 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Commission to the mayor and certain burgesses of Newcastle upon Tyne to levy for 5 years on every chaldron of coals for sale passing from the town by water 1d from the sellers and apply the proceeds to the repair of walls, towers, gates, bridges and dykes of the town. [toll; murage; pontage] [CPR 1370-74, 326]
06/04/1373 Queenborough (Kent)
Westminster (Middlesex)
Order to the mayor, the customer and the controller of Queensborough to allow John atte Bussh of London to take 906 woolfells to the staple of Westminster by the river Thames where they will be weighed and cocketed, without having paid customs or subsidies for them beforehand. [CCR 1369-74, 497]
01/09/1373 Romney (Kent) Licence for William de Holyngbrok to ship 200 barrels of butter and 100 weys of cheese in the port of Romney and take the same to Flanders to make his profit thereof. [CPR 1370-74, 333]
20/10/1373 Ruggemere (Middlesex)
Codnor (Derbyshire)
Pardon of outlawry to John son of John atte Berne of Ruggemere for non-appearance to answer John de Grey of Codnor, knight, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1370-74, 342]
14/05/1373 Saltfleet Haven (Lincolnshire) Grant to Robert de Wylughby of quayage for 3 years in aid of the repair and maintenance of the quay of the port of his town of Saltfleet Haven. [CPR 1370-74, 286]
08/09/1373 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the mayor and bailiffs and the collectors of customs of the port of Sandwich to allow Arnald Broun of Sandwich to send 12 tuns of wheat of his own growth to Bordeaux and nowhere else, after paying the subsidies and customs due. [CCR 1369-74, 516-17]
03/12/1373 Scarborough (Yorkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and burgesses of Scarborough of quayage for 20 years from 1 January next. [CPR 1370-74, 372]
09/10/1373 Southampton (Hampshire) Pardon of his outlawry to Richard Dunstere, baker of Southampton, for non-appearance to answer Nicholas Hostiler of Southampton for a debt of £4. 4s. [CPR 1370-74, 344]
02/04/1373 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the collectors of customs and searcher of forfeitures in the port of Southampton to allow John Ferrandes, knight, on payment of the ancient customs to load certain wines which he brought from Portugal for his own sustenance and take them where he will, as they were unloaded at Southampton only out of ignorance of the laws and customs concerning wines. [CCR 1369-74, 496-97]
09/11/1373 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the mayor and bailiffs and the collectors of customs of Southampton to allow John lord de Neville to have 6 tuns of wine, 6 tuns 1 pipe of cider, 4 tuns ale, various spices to the value of £24., bows and arrows to the value of £18. and 56 lances taken to Brittany without payment of customs or subsidy for the stock and furniture of himself and his men. [CCR 1369-74, 517-18]
05/07/1373 Spalding (Lincolnshire)
Bishop's Lynn (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in Hertfordshire to Richard atte Bothe of Spalding for non-appearance to answer William Butterynge of Bishop's Lynn for a debt of £8. [CPR 1370-74, 318]
26/11/1373 Stradsett (Norfolk)
Ramsey (Huntingdonshire)
Pardon of his outlawry to Joh Haukyn of Stradsett for non-appearance to answer Richard de Shenengdon, abbot of Ramsey, for a debt of £100. [CPR 1370-74, 365]
10/05/1373 Sudbury (Suffolk)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Thomas Beene of Sudbury for non-appearance to answer John Walcote, citizen and merchant of London, for a debt of 60s. [CPR 1370-74, 275]
05/12/1373 Tadcaster (Yorkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Tadcaster of pontage and pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1370-74, 368]
11/07/1373 Tadlow (Cambridgeshire)
Baldock (Hertfordshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Cambridgeshire to Walter Hawill of Baldock for non-appearance to answer Peter Sprot of Tadlow for a debt of £20. [CPR 1370-74, 318]
28/06/1373 Thrapston (Northamptonshire) Grant for 3 years to the bailiffs and good men of Thrapston of pontage for the repair of their bridge. [CPR 1370-74, 321]
02/07/1373 Walsall (Staffordshire) Mandate to all bailiffs and ministers to allow the men of the king's manor of Walsall, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, to be quit of toll throughout the realm, as the men of the ancient demesne are by custom. [CPR 1370-74, 322]
24/10/1373 Ware (Hertfordshire)
Pertenhall (Bedfordshire)
Pardon of his outlawry to William atte Broke of Pertenhall for non-appearance to answer Hugh Mise of Ware for a debt of 10 marks. [CPR 1370-74, 342]
14/10/1373 Worthing (Sussex)
Broadwater (Sussex)
Pardon to Matthew Swift of Worthing for his non-appearance to answer Reynold de Neuton, parson of Broadwater, for a debt of 32 marks. [CPR 1370-74, 342]
27/11/1373 York (Yorkshire)
Stockwith (Lincolnshire)
Pardon of his outlawry to John son of Robert atte Dyke, mariner of Stockwith, for non-appearance to satisfy Andrew del Clay, "toller" of York, of £10. and 40s. damages adjudged to him. [CPR 1370-74, 365]
29/08/1374 Northumberland
Cumberland
Westmorland
Commission of oyer and terminer on information that many merchants and others of Northumberland, Cumberland and Westmoreland secretly have wool and woolfells taken to Scotland and have sheep at shearing time driven to the same parts before shearing, in order to defraud the king of the customs and subsidies due. [CPR 1374-77, 53]
01/07/1374 Barrow Green in Oxted (Surrey)
Westminster (Middlesex)
Pardon of his outlawry in Surrey to John Hayward of Barrow Green in Oxted at suit of Margery Beaupe of Westminster for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1370-74, 453]
10/08/1374 Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland)
Tweedmouth (Northumberland)
Durham
Commission to make inquisition in Northumberland on complaint by Thomas, bishop of Durham, that whereas the water of the Tweed running through his lordship has belonged to him and his predecessors time out of mind as far as the thread of the said river and he took all the profits and emoluments thereof, as well of boats carrying men or things to Scotland as of all other things, the king's chamberlain of Berwick has seized into the king's hand the passage of the said water on either side as pertaining to the said town, by pretext of which the bishop is removed from the said passage within his lordship of Tweedmouth on the English side. [CPR 1370-74, 495]
23/03/1374 Bristol (Gloucestershire) Order to the mayor and sheriff of Bristol to allow John Stel and his fellow men of Ulster to pass out of the said port to Ulster with a cargo of wines and victuals for the maintenance of the earl of Ulster's men, having first paid the customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1374-77, 11]
18/03/1374 Cambridge (Cambridgeshire) Grant to William Hirewode, mayor of Cambridge, and John Gyboun the elder, of pavage for 2 years in aid of paving the town of Cambridge. It is not the king's intention that this grant shall prejudice the privileges of the university. [CPR 1370-74, 426]
16/05/1374 Carlisle (Cumberland) Order to William de la Vale escheator in Cumberland not to meddle in the aftermentioned extortion: for the past 20 years the mayor, bailiffs and citizens of Carlisle have at Amotbridge, Blenkarnebek, Hertesheved and other places at the outgoings of the city taken a toll on all merchandise passing between England and Scotland, both on its entry and outgoing, and the toll is worth £20. per year; whereas they only ought to take toll within the city boundaries. And so the late escheator has taken the toll into the king's hand, and the king has ordered an enquiry. [CCR 1374-77, 18]
28/06/1374 Desborough (Northamptonshire)
Irthlingborough (Northamptonshire)
Pardon of his outlawry to William Perkyn of Desborough at suit of John Clyve of Irthlingborough for a debt of 10 marks. [CPR 1370-74, 453]
30/01/1374 Devizes (Wiltshire) Pardon of outlawry to John Spicer of Devizes for non-apperance to answer Thomas Denys of Devizes for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1370-74, 404]
28/11/1374 Durham
Tweedmouth (Northumberland)
Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland)
Commission to make inquisition in Northumberland on complaint by Thomas, bishop of Durham, that whereas the water of the Tweed running through his lordship has belonged to him and his predecessors time out of mind as far as the thread of the said river and he took all the profits and emoluments thereof, as well of boats carrying men or things to Scotland as of all other things, the king's chamberlain of Berwick has seized into the king's hand the passage of the said water on either side as pertaining to the said town, by pretext of which the bishop is removed from the said passage within his lordship of Tweedmouth on the English side. [CPR 1374-77, 64]
06/07/1374 Great Bittering (Norfolk)
Castleacre (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in Norfolk to Robert de Eye, mason of Castleacre, at suit of Robert Michel of Great Bittering for a debt of 10 marks. [CPR 1370-74, 453]
20/03/1374 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk) Order to the bailiffs of Yarmouth to allow Walter Broun of Norwich to load 14 tuns of white wine of Spain in ships in that port and after payment of customs, subsidies and duties take it to Prussia to sell, as he has shown that because of its weakness and age the wine cannot be advantageously sold in England. [CCR 1374-77, 11]
14/06/1374 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk) Licence for Thomas White of Great Yarmouth to load 20 tuns of weak wine of the colour of Gascony in the port of that town and to take them to Scotland or norway to make his profit. [CPR 1370-74, 457]
04/10/1374 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Wells (Norfolk)
Blakeney (Norfolk)
Licence for John atte Halle of Great Yarmouth to load 300 quarters of barley and 200 quarters of oats in King's Lynn, Wells, Blakeney or Great Yarmouth and to take them to Norway for herring, fish and other merchandise to be bought there and brought into the realm. [CPR 1374-77, 5]
15/08/1374 Grimsby (Lincolnshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Grimsby of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1370-74, 472]
16/05/1374 Holderness (Yorkshire)
Burstwick (Yorkshire)
Drypool (Yorkshire)
Hedon (Yorkshire)
Commission to make inquisition touching information that the highways in the liberty of Holderness between the manor of Burstwick and Hedon and from there to Drypool, in aid of the repair of which the king recently granted certain customs [pavage] to the men of that liberty, are so muddy and deep and cannot be repaired, so that the levying of the said customs is to the damage of the men of those parts. [CPR 1370-74, 483]
15/06/1374 Holkham (Norfolk)
Wells (Norfolk)
Blakeney (Norfolk)
Wiveton (Norfolk)
Cley next the Sea (Norfolk)
Salthouse (Norfolk)
Sheringham (Norfolk)
Cromer (Norfolk)
Mandate to all persons not to compell the fishermen of the towns of Holkham, Wells, Blakeney, Wiveton, Cley next the Sea, Salthouse, Sheringham and Cromer to pay the subsidy of 6d in the pound in respect of fish cought by them at sea, as it is not the intention of the king or his council that they should pay this subsidy. [CPR 1370-74, 445]
15/06/1374 Holkham (Norfolk)
Wells-next-the-Sea (Norfolk)
Blakeney (Norfolk)
Wiveton (Norfolk)
Salthouse (Norfolk)
Sheringham (Norfolk)
Cley next the Sea (Norfolk)
Cromer (Norfolk)
Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 6d in the pound in Holkham, Wells, Blakeney, Wiveton, Salthouse, Sherringham, Cley and Cromer not to compel the fishers of those towns to pay the said subsidy on fish not taken out of the realm. [CCR 1374-77, 30]
28/11/1374 How House (Cambridgeshire)
Andover (Hampshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Nicholas Mabelby of How House for non-appearance to answer John Tannere of Andover for a debt of £10. [CPR 1374-77, 32]
12/06/1374 Huntingdon (Huntingdonshire) Order to all the king's lieges to allow all the tenants of the honour of Huntingdon to use all their liberties and privileges as granted by king Henry III, among others that they should hold their lands with sok and sak, "thol" and "theam", "infangenthef" and "utfangenthef", in wood and plain, ways and paths, meadows and feedings, waters, mills ponds, fish ponds, fisheries and all other places thereto pertaining free and quit of toll, pontage, passage, pedage, pavage, stallage, tallage and every secular custom and demand etc. [cf. CCharterR iii, p. 281 for confirmation by Edward II] [CCR 1374-77, 34-5]
28/06/1374 Kingston upon Thames (Surrey) Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Geoffrey Chikenleg, "couper" of Kingston, at suit of John Botehye of Kingston for a debt of £20. [CPR 1370-74, 453]
13/12/1374 Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Kingston to stop unlawfully demanding customs or subsidies from merchants of Almain other than the usual ones, as the king has learnt that they are newly demanding from those that come to their town a custom called "brocage" on their goods of 2d in the pound, and one of the merchants has complained. [CCR 1374-77, 54]
16/11/1374 Leverington (Cambridgeshire)
Elm (Cambridgeshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Cambridgeshire to Robert Kirkeham of Elm at suit of Thomas Howe of Leverington, chaplain, for debt of £4. 4s. [CPR 1374-77, 11]
20/01/1374 London Order to the bridge wardens of the city of London not to allow any ship loaded with goods and merchandise to pass underneath the bridge, until it has been inspected by one of the king's searchers; furthermore to report the searchers in chancery, if they do not exercise their office properly. [CCR 1369-74, 531]
06/12/1374 London
Essex
Norfolk
Suffolk
Commission to make inquisition in Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk as to what goods, wine and merchandise were recently thrown ashore when a ship of Bayonne was lost by mischance on its voyage to London in a place called "Blakedepe", and to restore the said goods to their owners. [CPR 1374-77, 62-3]
20/01/1374 London Order to the mayor of London to enquire regarding custom not being paid on certain goods, as the king has heard that many goods on which custom has not been paid are being sold in London and he is losing revenue. [CCR 1369-74, 530]
13/02/1374 London
Yorkshire
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Hugh Dacre, knight of Yorkshire, for non-appearance to answer Richard de Knowesle, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of 60s. [CPR 1370-74, 405]
30/01/1374 London
Nottinghamshire
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Bret, knight of Nottinghamshire, for non-appearance to answer William Loudham, citizen and skinner of London, for a debt of £28. 10s. 8d. [CPR 1370-74, 404]
21/03/1374 London Order to the mayor and sheriffs and controllers of custom in London to allow Reynold Loue merchant of London to load in London 50 tuns of wine of Spain and Portugal and after payment of customs and subsidies to bring it to Estland to sell. [unclear, whether this wine is also too weak and old to sell in England] [CCR 1374-77, 11]
15/04/1374 London Order to the mayor of London to allow Roger Penros after payment of the customs and subsidies due to carry 16 tuns of wine from London to wherever he will in England, as he recently brought it to London to sell, but because of its weakness he cannot sell it there without heavy loss, so he wants to take it elsewhere in England to make a profit. [CCR 1374-77, 14]
10/03/1374 London Order to the mayor, recorder, and aldermen of London to appear before the council at Westminster one month after Easter next,against the prior of the hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England, as the Londoners claim that for time out of mind there was a way leading from Fleetstreet to the Thames, where the commonalty of the city used to have entry by a gate called Templegate to Templebridge to carry their victuals and merchandise to and fro and that the prior has recently caused that gate to be closed and is hindering the Londoners from using the said way; in which business the king and council are to judge. [CCR 1374-77, 26-27]
10/11/1374 London Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of London to allow 25 long cloths of colour of Simon, cardinal of Canterbury, bought for his own use to be taken overseas without payment of customs or subsidies. [CCR 1374-77, 49-50]
19/12/1374 London John Michel, burgess and merchant vintner of London, was bound in £666. 13s. 4d. to the lord of Caupene, but has paid his attorneys and factors the greater part of the sum. Now he only owes £64. which he pays in full to Arnaud de Saumont esquire, proctor of the lord of Caupene. [CCR 1374-77, 114]
20/11/1374 London
Oxfordshire
Recognisance of Thomas Giffard, knight, to Nicholas Twyford, citizen and goldsmith of London, for £50. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Oxfordshire. Cancelled on payment. Recognisance of the same to the same for £200. to be levied etc. as above. [CCR 1374-77, 106]
14/10/1374 London Recognisance of John Payn, citizen and armourer of London to William de Burton, knight, for £200. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1374-77, 101]
28/08/1374 London
Hertford (Hertfordshire)
Commission to arrest William atte Node, tanner of Hertford, lately detained in Newgate prison at the suit of Richard Toky, citizen and pepperer of London, for £6. 19s., which Richard recovered against him, who escaped while in the custody of the sheriffs of London, and to keep him in prison until the debt is paid. [CPR 1374-77, 53]
06/02/1374 London
Pinchbeck (Lincolnshire)
Recognisance of Richard de le Laund, John de Alkebarewe of Pinchbeck and John de Wyke to John Haliday, citizen and skinner of London for £54. to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in Lincolnshire. Cancelled on payment. Recognisance of the same three to Simon de Radeclif, citizen and skinner of London for £36. to be levied etc. Recognisance of the same three to John Holand, citizen and skinner of London for 50 marks to be levied etc. Cancelled on payment. [CCR 1374-77, 62]
17/06/1374 London
Raby (Durham)
Recognisance of John Payn, armourer of London, to John de Neville of Raby for £200. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1374-77, 77]
26/11/1374 Montford Bridge (Shropshire) Grant to Roger del Brugge, John Pusselowe, Richard Nevyll and John Webbe of pontage for 3 years in aid of the bridge called "Montford Bridge" in Shropshire, which is ruined. [CPR 1374-77, 28]
05/07/1374 Mottingham (Kent)
Woolwich (Kent)
Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers throughout the realm not to distrain the men of the manors of Mottingham and Woolwich, which are of the ancient demesne of the crown, for payment of toll on their goods and property, contrary to the custom of the realm that men of the ancient demesne of the crown are exempt from such payment throughout the realm. [CCR 1374-77, 36]
12/05/1374 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Newcastle of pontage for 5 years. [CPR 1370-74, 442]
10/11/1374 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
London
Order to the king's customer and the bailiffs of Newcastle-upon-Tyne to allow Nicholas de Haukeswell and William de Deseburgh of Newcastle to load 10 lasts of hides in a ship and to take them to one of the ports of London, King's Lynn (Norfolk) or Yarmouth (Norfolk), as they have given security that they will not take them anywhere else. [CCR 1374-77, 48-9]
19/11/1374 Norwich (Norfolk)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Thomas Virly, son of Roger Virly of Norwich, at suit of Robert Wytton, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of £160. [CPR 1374-77, 11]
27/01/1374 Peterborough (Northamptonshire) Grant to John Leccheworth, John Chaumberleyn, William Walker and Richard Stanground of pontage for 3 years in aid of the repair of the bridge of Peterborough. [CPR 1370-74, 403]
28/10/1374 Rochester (Kent)
Dover (Kent)
Order to the constable of Rochester castle to deliver to two merchants of Lombardy 5 cases of divers wares worth £250. which they brought from abroad, and which were arrested at Rochester, although they had already paid the customs and subsidies due at Dover. [CCR 1374-77, 51]
14/02/1374 Rye (Sussex)
London
Order to the mayor and bailiffs and collectors of customs in Rye to allow Richard Lyouns, citizen of London, to load 200 quarters of oats in that port and, after payment of customs and subsidies due, to take them to Bordeaux to sell. [CCR 1374-77, 10]
23/05/1374 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Sandwich to dearrest various pipes of thread belonging to certain merchants of Flanders, which was recently seized along with a cargo of wine, and to allow them to take it to Flanders without payment of customs or subsidies, other than for that which is offered for sale in England. [CCR 1369-74, 21]
10/11/1374 Sandwich (Kent)
Chichester (Sussex)
Southampton (Hampshire)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in Sandwich to allow John Whaplode to load 95 sacks 15 stone of wool or woolfells, which are part of 300 sacks which he has licence to take abroad and for which he has paid customs subsidies and other duties to the collectors at Chichester. Similar order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in Southampton regarding 16 sacks 15 stone of wool or woolfells. [CCR 1374-77, 49]
21/06/1374 Southill (Bedfordshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Hatle of Southill at suit of John Goldsmyth of Tourstrete, London, for a debt of 16 marks against him and Andrew Orgon. [CPR 1370-74, 453]
07/06/1374 Titsey (Surrey)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Henry Baillif of Titsey at suit of William Bice, citizen of London for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1370-74, 439]
18/10/1374 Walpole (Cambridgeshire)
Wisbech (Cambridgeshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Cambridgeshire to Alan Belle of Walpole at suit of Thomas Peye of Wisbech for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1374-77, 10]
28/04/1374 Warwick (Warwickshire) Grant to William Holikyns, William Lyndrapere, John Silby, Robert Waldene and William del Chaumbre of pontage for 3 years, in aid of the great bridge over the Avon within the town of Warwick, which is broken down. [CPR 1370-74, 429]
22/03/1374 Winchelsea (Sussex) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Winchelsea to release the ship and goods of certain Flemish merchants and to allow them to pass freely to Flanders, providing that customs and duties on any goods sold in England are paid. [CCR 1374-77, 12]
23/03/1374 Winchelsea (Sussex) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Winchelsea to release certain Flemish merchants and to allow them to take a cargo of wine recently arrested home on payment of the custom sand subsidies due. [CCR 1374-77, 11]
20/08/1374 Winchelsea (Sussex) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Winchelsea to restore to certain merchants of Aragon the goods recently taken of them with their ships and to allow them to take them where they like without payment of subsidy or customs, provided they are not sold in England. [CCR 1374-77, 40]
10/03/1374 Winchelsea (Sussex)
Romney (Kent)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs and collectors of the subsidy on wine in Winchelsea to dearrest a ship of Flanders on its voyage to Flanders with wine goods and merchandise, which was taken off the coast of Romney, provided that customs and subsidies shall be paid for any goods sold in Wichelsea. [CCR 1374-77, 10]
20/05/1375 Wiltshire Commission to make inquisition in Wiltshire regarding information that many men making cloths in privy places in that county expose the same for sale in the said places where there is no access for the collcetors of the subsidies on cloths for sale, and sometimes even take such unsealed cloths out of the county secretly or publicly, so that the king is excluded from what is rightfully his. [CPR 1374-77, 153]
02/07/1375 Basingstoke (Hampshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Richard Farle of Basingstoke at suit of John Southam, citizen and stockfishmonger of London for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1374-77, 119]
01/12/1375 Beaulieu (Hampshire) Exemplification at the request of the abbot of Beaulieu of a certificate by the treasurer and chamberlains of the Exchequer, showing the said abbot to be quit of toll throughout the realm (among other liberties) by charter of king John, confirmed by king Henry III. [CPR 1374-77, 197-8]
06/07/1375 Beverley (Yorkshire) Grant to the burgesses and good men of Beverley of pavage for 4 years. [CPR 1374-77, 125]
07/07/1375 Bridgend (Lincolnshire) Grant to the prior of St Saviour's, Bridgend, of pontage for 2 years in aid of the bridge of Bridgend. [CPR 1374-77, 123]
13/10/1375 Bristol (Gloucestershire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Roger Doun of Bristol, at suit of William Venour of London for a debt of £40. [CPR 1374-77, 175]
04/10/1375 Chippenham (Wiltshire) Grant to the good men of Chippenham of pontage for 2 years. [CPR 1374-77, 170]
12/10/1375 Chipping Campden (Gloucestershire)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in Middlesex to Richard Randulph of Great Yarmouth at suit of John Weoleye of Chipping Campden for a debt £20. [CPR 1374-77, 175]
16/05/1375 Coventry (Warwickshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Northwode of Coventry at suit of John Snetesham, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £7. [CPR 1374-77, 103]
05/07/1375 Creslow (Buckinghamshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Stretlee of Creslow at suit of John de Wynchecombe, citizen and armourer of London, for a debt of 28 marks. [CPR 1374-77, 119-20]
25/03/1375 Dover (Kent)
Romney (Kent)
Hythe (Kent)
Order to the lieutenant of the constable of Dover castle to deliver to Bydan de Lospital 12 whole cloths by him found, and to enquire concerning 8 others cloths which have been eloigned and which were wasted and sold by seamen of Romney and Hythe. [CCR 1374-77, 149]
08/02/1375 Dunstable (Bedfordshire)
Tring (Hertfordshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Buckinghamshire to John Halstowe of Tring at suit of Walter Derlyng of Dunstable for a debt of 6 marks. [CPR 1374-77, 67]
16/10/1375 Fisherton Anger (Wiltshire)
Cranborne (Dorset)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Thomas Leycestre of Fisherton Anger at suit of John Brekenat of Cranborne for a debt of £20. [CPR 1374-77, 176]
24/03/1375 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
London
Licence for Robert Reynold to load 200 quarters of malt in the port of Great Yarmouth and to bring them to London for his profit. [CPR 1374-77, 84]
28/06/1375 Havering atte Bower (Essex)
London
Pardon of their outlawry in the husting of London to John Payn of Havering atte Bower and John his son for non-appearance to answer William de Whetele, citizen and woolmonger of London, for a debt of 20 marks. [CPR 1374-77, 119]
18/04/1375 Helmsley (Yorkshire)
Cley next the Sea (Norfolk)
Watton (Norfolk)
Commission of oyer and terminer on complaint by Thomas de Roos of Helmsley, knight, that whereas he is lord of the manor of Cley (Norfolk), certain men (among other misdeeds) have hindered his servants and ministers from holding his market at Watton (Norfolk) and collecting toll and other profits there. [CPR 1374-77, 147-8]
06/07/1375 King's Lynn (Norfolk) Licence for Robert de Waterden of King's Lynn to load 400 quarters of malt in the port of King's Lynn and take them to Norway. [CPR 1374-77, 121]
14/07/1375 Knightsbridge (Middlesex)
Brentford (Middlesex)
London
Commission to John Croucher of Knightsbridge and Robert Brys to take pavage for 3 years in aid of the repair of the highway between London and Brentford. [CPR 1374-77, 124, 125]
13/03/1375 Knightsbridge (Middlesex)
Brentford (Middlesex)
London
Commission to John Croucher of Knightsbridge and Robert Brice to take pavage for 3 years in aid of the repair of the highway between London and Brentford. [CPR 1374-77, 81]
20/01/1375 Lewes (Sussex)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in Sussex to Richard Spicer, citizen of London, for non-appearance to answer William Spicer of Lewes for a debt of £4. [CPR 1374-77, 47]
28/10/1375 Lincoln (Lincolnshire) Among the liberties and privileges of the city of Lincoln usurped by the constable of the castle is the taking of stallage in the market and fair, the bounds of which the constable is also disregarding. [CCR 1374-77, 261-2]
09/11/1375 London
Oxfordshire
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Appelby, esquire of Oxfordshire, at suit of Thomas Wiltsshire, citizen and skinner of London, for a debt of £4. 15s. [CPR 1374-77, 176]
10/02/1375 London Recognisance of John Michel and Henry Herbury, citizens and vintners of London, to William Bys, "stokfisshmongere" of London, Robert Pountfreit, cornmonger of London, and John Wilton, "ismongere" of London, for £200. to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1374-77, 198]
27/09/1375 London Recognisance of John Brodok, fishmonger of London, to Richard Mory of Clerkenwell for £20. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1374-77, 253]
05/06/1375 London Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Cobham, knight "that was the countesseson Marchale", at suit of Richard Arderne for a debt of £25. [CPR 1374-77, 104]
12/03/1375 London
Deptford (Kent)
Order to the searcher of the king's forfeitures in the port of London to deliver to John de Conyngesby, buyer of victuals for the king's household, 780 woolfells which belong to him by his office, and which he loaded into a boat at Deptford to bring them to London and nowhere else, for ease of carriage and to lessen the expense, there to sell them and answer to the king for the money. [CCR 1374-77, 126]
27/06/1375 London
Enfield (Middlesex)
Recognisance of John Brounesbury, citizen of London, to William Wheler of Enfield for £200. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1374-77, 232]
20/10/1375 London
Gloucester (Gloucestershire)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Richard Bemestre of Gloucester at suit of John Eyston, mercer of London for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1374-77, 176]
08/07/1375 London
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Commission of oyer and terminer on complaint by Walter Sibile, citizen of London, that certain men carried awat 160 quarters of his wheat at Great Yarmouth, asaulted him, and chsed him away with drawn swords and threatened his men and servants so that they dared not attend to his merchandise or the making of other profit for him. [CPR 1374-77, 157, 160]
14/03/1375 London
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Whereas the king on 4/12/1374 granted licence for Walter Sibile, citizen of London, to take 300 quarters of wheat and 100 quarters of beans to Bordeaux, he has now granted, as the said wheat and beans have not been taken there, granted licence for him to load the 300 quarters of wheat and another 200 quarters in the port of Great Yarmouth and to bring them to London, on condition that he will surrender his first licence and take the wheat to London and nowhere else. [CPR 1374-77, 81]
08/03/1375 London
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Blakeney (Norfolk)
Licence for Robert Durant and John de Wynterton to buy 400 quarters of wheat, 700 quarters of malt, 100 quarters of beans and peas and 40 quarters of rye in Norfolk and to load 100 quarters of wheat and 100 quarters of malt in the port of Great Yarmouth and the rest in Blakeney and to bring them to London. [CPR 1374-77, 83]
08/02/1375 London
Hinxhill (Kent)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Hugh Beere, parson of Hinxhill, steward of Elizabeth, countess of Athol, at suit of Roger Long, citizen and vintner of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1374-77, 67]
08/02/1375 London
Hoo (Kent)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Elys of Hoo at suit of John Payne, citizen and armourer of London, for a debt of £8. [CPR 1374-77, 67]
27/03/1375 London
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of King's Lynn to allow William Reynwelle in that port to load in ships 160 quarters of wheat and 40 quarters of beans and bring them to London for the maintenance of the king's lieges there, on condition that he takes it nowhere else. [CCR 1374-77, 127]
24/03/1375 London
Lowestoft (Suffolk)
Dunwich (Suffolk)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of the town of Lowestoft and the bailiffs of the town of Dunwich to allow William Neuport, citizen and fishmonger of London, within those ports to load in ships 300 quarters of wheat, beans and pease and bring them to London for the maintenance of the king's lieges there, on condition that he take it nowhere else. [CCR 1374-77, 126-7]
24/03/1375 London
Lowestoft (Suffolk)
Dunwich (Suffolk)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of the town of Lowestoft and the bailiffs of the town of Dunwich to allow William Kelleshull, citizen and fishmonger of London, within those ports to load in ships 200 quarters of wheat, beans and pease and bring them to London for the maintenance of the king's lieges there, on condition that he take it nowhere else. [CCR 1374-77, 127]
23/03/1375 London
Norwich (Norfolk)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Norwich to allow John Burwell, citizen of London, in that port to load in ships 60 quarters of wheat bought and purveyed in Norfolk and bring them to London for the sustenance of the king's lieges there, on condition that he take it nowhere else. [CCR 1374-77, 127]
22/02/1375 London
Norwich (Norfolk)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of the city of Norwich, the bailiffs and collectors of customs in the port of Great Yarmouth, to allow John Michel of London in the river of the said city and the port of the said town to load 100 quarters of wheat and 20 quarters of pease into ships not arrested for the king's service without payment of customs or subsidies and to bring them to London, on condition that he takes them nowhere else. [CCR 1374-77, 119]
09/02/1375 London
Norwich (Norfolk)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Blakeney (Norfolk)
Licence for John de Stodeye, citizen of London, to load 200 quarters of wheat, 100 quarters of barley, and 50 quarters of peas and beans in the water of the city of Norwich or in the ports of Great Yarmouth and Blakeney and to bring them to London by sea, for his own expenses and to make his profit, on condition that he shall take them nowhere else, but to London. [CPR 1374-77, 70-71]
22/01/1375 London
Raby (Durham)
Recognisance of Reynold Loue, citizen of London, to John de Neville of Raby for £295. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1374-77, 116]
20/01/1375 London
Wareham (Dorset)
Poole (Dorset)
Order to the keepers of the passage in the port of Poole and to all who have authority to arrest ships in that port to dearrest a ship called the "Margarete" of Wareham of 48 tuns burden, and 2 high tombs of marble for the earl of Arundell and Eleanor late his wife, one great stone for the bishop of Winchester and other things therein, to be taken to the port of London to unload and the ship then to sail on the king's service. [CCR 1374-77, 59-60]
28/03/1375 Maldon (Essex)
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
London
Licence for Thomas Wilford, citizen and fishmonger of London, to load 200 quarters of wheat and 200 quarters of beans, peas and rye in any ports between Maldon and Newcastle upon Tyne and to bring them to London for the munition of the city, on condition that they shall not be brought elsewhere. [CPR 1374-77, 90]
25/03/1375 Manningtree (Essex) Commission to make inquisition in Essex concerning information that many hides, woolfells, wool and cloths, also corn and other merchandise on which custom, subsidies and other dues should be paid, have been loaded in the port of Manningtree, other ports and neighbouring places and taken over seas without such payment. [CPR 1374-77, 144]
25/12/1375 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
London
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Licence for Thomas Ruste of Newcastle upon Tyne to load 6 lasts of ox hides in the port of that town and to bring them to London or King's Lynn for his profit. [CPR 1374-77, 210]
03/11/1375 Norwich (Norfolk)
Holkham (Norfolk)
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Order to William Calwer of Holkham (Norfolk) to pay £18. to John de Wynterton, merchant of Norwich, if John Raa, merchant of Scotland appointed him to do so. William Calwer and John Raa caused a certain quantity of malt to be bought in Norfolk and to be taken to Newcastle for sale. This was taken at sea by brother William Brounhill of Scotland and certain other evildoers, who promptly delivered it back to William Calwer, on condition that as soon as he sold it he should give John Raa's share of the money to brother William. John Raa, who owes John de Wynterton money for certain merchandise bought of him, has asked Calwer to deliver his share of the money from the sale of the malt to Wynterton in part payment of his debt, which Calwer refuses to do, on the grounds that it belongs to brother William as a result of the arrest of the malt at sea. [CCR 1374-77, 171-2]
04/10/1375 Oundle (Northamptonshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Oundle of pontage for 3 years in aid of the repair of the bridge of Ashton Bridge near their town. [CPR 1374-77, 172]
30/06/1375 Puckeridge (Hertfordshire)
Hormead (Hertfordshire)
Grant to Thomas Albon, Richard Wodeward, and John de Depden of pavage for 1 year in aid of the repair of the highway leading from Puckeridge to Hormead. [CPR 1374-77, 123]
10/01/1375 Rye (Sussex) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Rye to return to certain merchants of Genoa all wool, cloth, and other merchandise taken out of their ships, which may be found in Rye, and to allow them to take it wherever they like without payment of customs or subsidies. [CCR 1374-77, 57]
08/05/1375 Scarborough (Yorkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Scarborough of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1374-77, 96]
20/03/1375 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Southampton to allow certain Flemish merchants to sell 900 quarters of wheat, and to take away the money and their ship. The wheat, being growth of Flanders, was originally loaded at Lescluse, to be taken to Valencia in Aragon, but the ship was on her voyage partly wrecked off the Isle of Wight, and the wheat was for salvage put ashore at Southampton, but due to the dearness of corn in England the king will not allow it to be taken out of the realm, and has ordered it to be sold within the realm. [CCR 1374-77, 125-26]
04/09/1375 St Olave (Norfolk) Commission to make inquisiton in Norfolk on information that there is a certain sweet water by the king's ferry called "St Olave" and that many people near the ferry and others journeying by the same used to cross it often for the sake of watering their horses and other animals therein and that some persons of those parts, scheming to destroy the king's profits and to hinder the passage across the ferry, have newly erected a dyke around the said water and have committed very many damages and grievances to the deterioration of the ferry. [CPR 1374-77, 217]
20/05/1375 St Osyth (Essex)
Dunwich (Suffolk)
London
Licence for Richard Wodehewer of St Osyth to load 20 quarters of wheat, 100 quarters of malt and 60 quarters of flour in the port of Dunwich and bring them to London for the sustenance of the king's lieges there. [CPR 1374-77, 101]
17/11/1375 Staines (Middlesex)
Westminster (Middlesex)
Recognisance of John del Wyche of Staines to Nicholas abbot of Westminster for £40. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Middlesex. [CCR 1374-77, 267]
05/11/1375 Stanton St John (Oxfordshire) Recognisance of John Cyfrewast, knight, to Richard Forster of Stanton St John for 200 marks to be levied in deafault of payment of his lands and chattels in Oxfordshire. [CCR 1374-77, 270]
08/06/1375 Tenby (Pembrokeshire) Inspeximus and confirmation to the burgesses of Tenby of a charter of Laurence de Hastynges, late earl of Pembroke of 27 February 16 Edward III, inspecting and confirming with additions a charter of Aymer de Valence, earl of Pembroke of 24 April 16 Edward II, inspecting and confirming with additions a charter of William de Valence, earl of Pembroke, his father and Joan the countess, his mother, granting to the burgesses among other things quittance of stallage, passage, toll, lastage, murage, and pontage pertaining to him and his heirs, and to elect 2 pairs of reeves yearly, who shall collect the lord's rent for the burgages and toll in the town and port, and the prise of beer-brewers, to wit of 12 bushels of malt, wheat and oats 4d, and of a moiety 2d, and of a tun of honey 4d, and of 1/2 tun 2d; and that as far as in him lies there shall be a fair in the town every year on the Assumption and the two days following. [CPR 1374-77, 114]
10/07/1375 Tring (Hertfordshire)
Westoning (Bedfordshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Hertfordshire to Robert son of Simon Ace of Tring at suit of Thomas atte Wode of Westoning, chaplain, for a debt of £10. [CPR 1374-77, 120]
24/05/1375 York (Yorkshire) Grant to the mayor and citizens of York of quayage for 3 years in aid of the upkeep of a quay newly made in the said city in the the water of Ouse between the bridge of the said water and the inn of the Friars Minors. [CPR 1374-77, 110]
12/05/1375 York (Yorkshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Hilderwell of York for non-appearance to answer John More, mercer of London, for a debt of £18. [CPR 1374-77, 103]
12/03/1376 Lancashire Licence to Edmund Laurence, escheator in Lancashire, to ship in any port in Ireland the wheat of the growth of his own lands in Ireland, and beyond that 100 quarters of wheat to be bought by him in that land, and bring the same to England for his and his household's expenses. [CPR 1374-77, 251]
01/07/1376 Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland)
Roxburgh (Roxburghshire)
Jedburgh (Roxburghshire)
Commission of oyer and terminer on information that Richard Lyons of London who was recently granted the farm of the subsidy of 2s. on every tun of wine and of 6d. in the pound, is taking the subsidy from merchandise brought to Berwick, Roxburgh, Jedburgh and elsewhere on the march of Scotland, whereas it only applies to goods brought to and from the realm by water. [CPR 1374-77, 327]
02/05/1376 Bilney (Norfolk)
Duxford (Cambridgeshire)
Setchey (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in Norfolk to William vicar of Bilney, for non-appearance to answer John parson of Duxford touching a plea of debt of £10. against him and John atte Grene and Edmund taillour of Setchey. [CPR 1374-77, 263]
14/11/1376 Blakeney (Norfolk) Order to Robert Rust, merchant of Blakeney to pay Arnald Pape, master of a ship called the "George" for the freight and damages due to him; Robert hired the ship, took it took Bourgneuf, and returned with a cargo of salt. The master landed at the usual place near Blakeney, but Rust insisted for his greater advantage and for quiet delivery of the salt, as he claimed, on bringing the ship nearer to the town of Blakeney than other ships were usually brought, promising to take all risk upon himself. Pape complied, albeit unwillingly, and the ship was wrecked there and the merchandise, goods and chattels lost. For this reason Rust refuses to pay. [CCR 1374-77, 404]
03/04/1376 Boston (Lincolnshire) Order to the bailiffs and true men of Boston so to deal in buying and selling stockfish that by their fault no shortage or excessive dearness of it may arise anywhere in the realm, as a certain fish so called is landed in that port before other ports more than it used to be, and in divers parts of the realm it has become very dear. [CCR 1374-77, 303]
18/09/1376 Bristol (Gloucestershire) Order to the mayor, bailiffs, and collectors of customs and subsidies in Bristol to allow John Barnstaple, Hugh Fraunceys and Robert Gardyner, merchants of Bristol, to load 24 lasts of hides of the growth of Ireland which were weighed and cocketed at the staples of Cork, Limerick and Waterford, where customs and subsidies were also paid, and to take them to the staple of Calais, without demanding a second payment of subsidies or customs. [CCR 1374-77, 412]
31/01/1376 Bristol (Gloucestershire) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Bristol to restore to certain merchants of Aragon 2,437 "hens" and 4 measures of grain, 10 tuns of "bachins", worth £73. 10s. gross, and 10 "meses" of copper, worth £51. 12s. which were freighted in the port of Swyn in Flanders and taken by the king's fleet crossing from Brittany and brought to Bristol; on condition that customs and subsidies shall be paid on those goods that are sold in England. [CCR 1374-77, 291]
18/07/1376 Bungay (Suffolk)
Bradeston (Norfolk)
Claxton (Norfolk)
Commission of oyer and terminer concerning among other matters a ferry over the river between the manors of Bradeston and Claxton (Norfolk) which was obstructed by a certain William de Kerdeston on the day when there was a fair at Bungay, so that the people of the county who used to come to the fair to trade could not come. [CPR 1374-77, 328-9]
24/05/1376 Carlisle (Cumberland)
Horncastle (Lincolnshire)
Order to all royal officials and lieges throughout the realm not to demand toll of the bishops of Carlisle and their men in the manor and soke of Horncastle with their appurtenances, as among the liberties granted to the bishops of Carlisle by former kings it is granted that the bishops and their men of the said manor and soke shall be forever quit of toll throughout England; and the king has recently confirmed these charters. [CCR 1374-77, 313-4]
02/01/1376 Chertsey (Surrey)
Redewynd (Surrey)
Grant during pleasure to Nicholas de Braythwayt, the king's barber, of the keeping of the ferry of Redewynd across the Thames by Chertsey, with the fees and profits pertaining to it, as William Debenham, deceased, had them by the king's grant. [CPR 1374-77, 211, 214]
26/06/1376 Chichester (Sussex) Inspeximus and confirmation of a letters patent of Henry II for the citizens of Chichester, including a prohibition on pain of forfeiture for anybody to take his merchandise of the "rectis viis" of Chichester in order to avoid the king's customs. [CPR 1374-77, 289]
20/07/1376 Dartmouth (Devon)
Plymouth (Devon)
London
Purbeck (Dorset)
Commission of oyer and terminer on complaint by Robert Knolles that whereas he recntly freighted a ship of Dartmouth in the port of Plymouth with goods for London, the ship was by the weather driven to Purbeck (Dorset), where certain men entered the ship, assaulted his servants and carried away the goods. [CPR 1374-77, 327]
03/06/1376 Dover (Kent)
Sandwich (Kent)
York (Yorkshire)
Order to the mayors and bailiffs of Dover (Kent) and Sandwich (Kent) to allow the citizens of York to enjoy their liberties, including quittance from toll, lastage, "wrek", pontage, passage, "trespas", and all customs thoughout England, Normandy, Aquitaine, Anjou and Poitou and all ports and sea coasts thereof, which privileges the king has by charter confirmed. [CCR 1374-77, 316]
26/02/1376 Dunwich (Suffolk)
London
Licence for Nicholas Crymelford, citizen and merchant of London, to ship in the port of Dunwich 200 quarters of wheat and bring the same to London for the munition of that city. [CPR 1374-77, 247]
07/05/1376 Fulbourne (Cambridgeshire)
Geddington (Northamptonshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Northamptonshire to Thomas Saleman of Fulbourn for non-appearance to answer Henry Mulso of Geddington for a debt of £40. [CPR 1374-77, 263]
10/06/1376 Gloucester (Gloucestershire) Grant to the good men of Gloucester of pavage for 1 year for repair of the highway of their town. [CPR 1374-77, 278]
22/10/1376 Godalming (Surrey) Order to all royal officials and lieges throughout the realm not to demand toll of the bishop of Salisbury's men of Godalming for their goods and merchandise, as among the liberties granted to the bishops of Salisbury it is granted that the bishops, the dean and canons of Salisbury and the men of all their fees shall be quit of toll throughout England. [CCR 1374-77, 399]
01/07/1376 Gorleston (Suffolk) Order to all royal officials and lieges throughout England not to collect toll from the men and tenants of the manor of Gorleston on their goods and property, as it is part of the ancient demesne of the crown, the men of which are quit of toll throughout the realm. [CCR 1374-77, 321-22]
07/07/1376 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Kirkley (Suffolk)
Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to make proclamation annulling the recent charter to the town of Yarmouth giving it a monopoly in the fish trade within 7 leagues of the town or of Kirkley. [CCR 1374-77, 434]
14/04/1376 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Langham (Norfolk)
Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to stay the further publication of the exigents against Walter Spillewynd, vicar of Langham, as he has promised to appear to answer John Dys, cordwainer, and William Margarette of Yarmouth over an alleged debt. [CCR 1374-77, 346]
06/03/1376 Hareford Bridge (Oxfordshire) Grant to Richard le Forster, Richard Lyght and John Maynard of pontage for 2 years in aid of the bridge called Hareford Bridge which is broken down. [CPR 1374-77, 248]
27/05/1376 Helmsley (Yorkshire)
Wiltshire
Recognisance of Thomas Hungerford, knight, to Thomas de Roos of Helmsley (Yorks.), for £300. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Wiltshire. [CCR 1374-77, 362]
05/05/1376 King's Cliffe (Northamptonshire) Order to all royal officials and lieges throughout England not to collect toll from the men and tenants of the manor of King's Cliffe on their goods and property, as it is part of the ancient demesne of the crown, the men of which are quit of toll throughout the realm. [CCR 1374-77, 309-10]
30/04/1376 Kingston upon Thames (Surrey) Grant to Hugh Taverner and John Haigne of pontage for 10 years in aid of the repair of the bridge of Kingston upon Thames which is broken down. [CPR 1374-77, 263]
10/02/1376 Kendal (Westmorland) Grant to the good men of Kirkeby in Kendal of pontage for 3 years in aid of their bridge, which is broken down. [CPR 1374-77, 237]
20/12/1376 London Recognisance of John Michel, citizen and vintner of London, to the prior and convent of the house of the mother of God of the Carthusian order in London for 100 marks to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in the city of London. [CCR 1374-77, 469]
08/01/1376 London
Sussex
Licence for Robert Felde of London to buy 200 quarters of wheat in Sussex and bring them by sea to London for his profit. [CPR 1374-77, 210]
04/12/1376 London Royal grant, on complaint by the mayor aldermen and citizens of London that because all strangers sell all kinds of wares to other strangers for them to re-sell as freely as the citizens do, whereas on account of the city's ancient liberty strangers ought not to do so, not only are the citizens impoverished to an unwonted degree, but the said wares are also much dearer; the king grants that until the matter has been fully discussed in parliament no stranger shall sell any such wares to any stranger for him to re-sell; saving to the merchants of the Hanse their liberties. [CPR 1374-77, 389]
16/12/1376 London Whereas the treasurer of Calais recently bought for the king's money for the munition of that town of William Webbe, butcher of London, 100 carcasses of oxen and 400 bacon pigs at a price contained in an indenture between them, whereof the treasurer received 60 carcases of oxen and 226 bacon pigs, and William Webbe has since died and the remaining carcasses and pigs are in arrear, but one John Brounesbury has promised to satisfy the arrear according to the price agreed. [CPR 1374-77, 390]
01/12/1376 London Recognisance of Richard de Wandesford and Robert de Bekyrton, citizens and mercers of London, to Michael de la Pole, knight, for £80. to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in the city of London. [CCR 1374-77, 468]
09/02/1376 London
Northumberland
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Robert de Claverynge, knight of Northumberland, for non-appearance to answer Robert de Boxford, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of £17. 6s. 9d. [CPR 1374-77, 231]
04/12/1376 London
Essex
Recognisance of William atte Lee, knight, to Nicholas Brembre, citizen of London, for £20. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. [CCR 1374-77, 468]
10/05/1376 London Order to the mayor and sheriffs of London to make proclamation forbidding any armourer of the city or its suburbs to sell to any man armour which is afterwards to be taken out of the realm. [CCR 1374-77, 358]
06/02/1376 London Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 6d in the pound in the port of London to allow the parcels listed below and received by Richard Lyouns, which were recently bought in Flanders for the king's own stock, to be landed without payment of the subsidy: Mark of John Double: 6 pipes with spices, 2 bales of canvas, 10 pieces of wax, 1 bale of "ris", 1 pipe of sugar, 2 barrels of oranges Mark of Peter Gyselyn: 5 pipes with spices, 10 pieces of wax, 2 bales of almonds, 7 bales of "ris", 2 bales of canvas, 1 barrel with spices Mark of William Mewes: 5 pipes with spices Mark of Peter Jonisson: 10 pieces of wax, 1 bale of "ris", 2 bales of almonds Mark of John Laur': 10 pieces of wax, 1 pipe with hauberks, 2 bales of almonds. [CCR 1374-77, 291]
10/12/1376 London Order to the sheriffs of London to dearrest divers carcases of oxen and bacon pigs, bought by William Webbe to the king's use for the furnishing of the town of Calais, but arrested by the said sheriffs. [CCR 1374-77, 404]
10/10/1376 London
Cambridge (Cambridgeshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Stephen Bernewell of Cambridge for non-appearance to answer Adam Stable, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £10. 16s. [CPR 1374-77, 356]
24/07/1376 London
Dover (Kent)
Norfolk
Essex
Suffolk
Order to the sheriffs of London, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk, and the constable of Dover castle and warden of the Cinque Ports to make proclamation forbidding the export of wool, hides, woolfells, lead, tin, worsted, cheese, butter, down, woad, honey, felt or tallow out of England, Ireland, Wales or Berwick-upon-Tweed to anywhere other than the staple of Calais. [CCR 1374-77, 441]
02/12/1376 London
Fisherton (Wiltshire)
Recognisance of Thomas Leycestre of Fisherton to John Suthcote, citizen of London, for £40. to be levied in defaul tof payment of his lands and chattels in Wiltshire. [CCR 1374-77, 468]
27/06/1376 London
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Order to the sheriffs of London to release to Henry de Selby of Kingston-upon-Hull, part of 12 tuns one pipe of wine belonging to Richard Lyons, which were recently loaded into a ship belonging to the said Henry at Bordeaux and brought to London, where they were seized along with the other goods and chattels of Richard, and Henry did not receive payment for the freight thereof. The same to the same in favour of Thomas Baker, master of a ship of London, for freight of 15 tuns and 1 pipe of wine. [CCR 1374-77, 387]
13/02/1376 London
Petworth (Sussex)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Richard Warre of Petworth for non-appearance to answer Roger de Ramesey, citizen and fishmonger of London, for a debt of 46s 8d. [CPR 1374-77, 231]
06/02/1376 London
Southampton (Hampshire)
Dorset
Appointment of Thomas Hunte, William de Wynford and John de Elmbrugge to buy 200 heaps of plaster in Dorset for the king's works in divers manors; also to arrest ships and mariners to bring the plaster to London or Southampton. [CPR 1374-77, 235]
16/12/1376 London
Southampton (Hampshire)
Shoreham-by-Sea (Sussex)
Order to the mayors, bailiffs, customers and keepers of ports along the sea coast in Sussex and elsewhere to allow certain merchants of London to load in other ships their wool for which customs and subsidies have been paid, as they had loaded their ships with wool at Southampton to be taken to the staple, but three of those ships were wrecked by a storm off the coast of Shoreham, although a great part of the wool could be saved. [CCR 1374-77,404-5]
18/06/1376 Muskham by Newark (Nottinghamshire) Grant to the good men of Muskham of pontage for 3 years for the repair of the bridge of Haybridge by Newerk and of the causeways between that bridge and Newerk, which are in a dangerous state. [CPR 1374-77, 298]
05/03/1376 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
London
Licence for John del Chaumbre of Newcastle upon Tyne to ship 3 lasts of hides in the port of the said town and to bring them to King's Lynn, Great Yarmouth or London to make his profit of them. [CPR 1374-77, 250]
29/03/1376 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
London
Licence for John Denny of Newcastle upon Tyne to ship 10 lasts of hides in the port of that town and take them by sea to London or King's Lynn to make his profit. [CPR 1374-77, 254]
22/03/1376 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
London
Licence for William Bisshopesdale of Newcastle upon Tyne to ship 3 lasts of hides and 40 weys of tallow (sepe) in the port of Newcastle and bring them to London to make his profit there. [further down in the same entry "sepe" is translated as "soap"] [CPR 1374-77, 251]
11/10/1376 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
London
Norwich (Norfolk)
Licence for William Blakomore of Norwich to ship 3 lasts of hides in the port of Newcastle upon Tyne and to take them by sea to London or Norwich to make his profit thereof. [CPR 1374-77, 357]
10/07/1376 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Order to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer to stay their demand on Robert de Raynton, Simon de Burgh, William Jonesson, Thomas de Horton, Stephen de Shrop and John Fatt, natives and merchants of Newcastle for wool, hides or woolfells by them taken to foreign parts between 19 September 47 Edward III and Michaelmas 49 Edward III, for which they paid the customs and subsidies due, although they exceeded the amount specified in the royal licence and they took them to foreign places other than the staple of Calais. [CCR 1374-77, 381-2]
12/07/1376 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Order to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer not to trouble Thomas de Horton of Newcastle for woolfells amounting to 9 sacks of wool and Robert de Raynton for 2 1/2 sacks 5 stone of wool, 5 dakers of hides and 5 hides, for which they paid the customs and subsidies due, although they took them to foreign parts other than the staple of Calais without the king's licence. [CCR 1374-77, 381]
03/07/1376 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Order to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer to stay their demands made to the merchants of Newcastle for wool, hides, or woolfells taken overseas by them between Michaelmas 48 Edward III and 49 Edward III, for which they paid the customs and subsidies due, although they did exceed the amounts for which they had an export licence and they took them to foreign places other than the staple of Calais. [CCR 1374-77, 378-9]
05/07/1376 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Order to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer not to trouble Thomas Horton of Newcastle for taking 9 sacks of woolfells to foreign parts other than the staple of Calais, as he paid customs and duties for them and only exported them in hope of a royal licence. [CCR 1374-77, 371]
14/06/1376 Oxford (Oxfordshire) Grant to William de Raby, hermit, of pontage for 1 year in aid of the repair of a bridge called "Le Petypount" by Oxford, which is broken down. [CPR 1374-77, 280]
12/12/1376 Pevensey (Sussex)
London
Licence for Robert Felde of London to ship in the port of Pevensey 240 quarters of oats and bring the same to London to make his profit thereof. [CPR 1374-77, 399]
26/04/1376 Pevensey (Sussex)
London
Order to the bailiffs of Pevensey to return a bond for £100. to Simon Hendeman and John Burmusbury, as they recently loaded in that port 60 quarters of corn of divers kinds to take to the city of London for the sustenance of the nuns minoresses of London, which was arrested by the bailiffs, claiming that the merchants required a royal licence to take corn out of the county, and held arrested until Simon and John made out the said bond. [CCR 1374-77, 309]
21/06/1376 Sandwell (Devon)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John de Kyngeston of Sandwell for non-appearance to answer William Temple, citizen of London, for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1374-77, 281]
08/05/1376 Setchey (Norfolk)
Duxford (Cambridgeshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Norfolk to Edmund Taillour of Setchey for non-appearance to answer John, parson of Duxford, touching a plea of debt of £10. [CPR 1374-77, 263]
25/10/1376 Shaftesbury (Dorset) The abbess of Shaftesbury pays and annual rent to the king for the toll, and for pleas and perquisites in the town of Shaftesbury belonging to the king. [CCR 1374-77, 392]
15/05/1376 Stockbridge (Hampshire)
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Wiltshire to Ralph Peneshale of Stockbridge for non-appearance to answer William Bokelond of Salisbury for a debt of £6. [CPR 1374-77, 264]
05/05/1376 Wade's Mill (Hertfordshire)
Puckeridge (Hertfordshire)
Grant to the good men of Puckeridge of pavage for 2 years for the repair of the highway between their town and Wade's Mill. [CPR 1374-77, 261]
06/02/1376 Wareham (Dorset)
London
Bisham (Berkshire)
Order to the mayor of the town of Wareham to have a ship called the "Margarete" of Wareham ready on the day and place appointed to sail on the king's service and to allow the master to load two marble columns bought by the prior of Bisham at Wareham and to bring them to London. [CCR 1374-77, 297]
05/07/1376 Wicklewood (Norfolk)
Thorney (Cambridgeshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Cambridgeshire to John Randolf of Wicklewood for non-appearance to answer John de Depyng, abbot of Thorney, for a debt of £40. [CPR 1374-77, 281]
05/07/1376 Winchelsea (Sussex)
Newport (Hampshire)
Shalfleet (Hampshire)
Plymouth (Devon)
Order to the bailiffs of Winchelsea to deliver to Henry Byrwyn and William Courtenay, burgesses of Newport (Hants.), a crayer recently arrested and its cargo of salt, which crayer they recently bought of certain men of Plymouth (Devon), it being loaded with salt in the port of Shalfleet (Hants.) in the liberty of Newport, and which is without cause arrested at Winchelsea (Sussex) by the bailiffs. [CCR 1374-77, 374]
06/05/1376 Yarm (Yorkshire) Grant to William Jod, chaplain, Thomas Akton and Henry Draper of pontage for 5 years in aid of the repair of the bridge of Yarm, which is broken down. [CPR 1374-77, 260]
05/07/1376 York (Yorkshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Robert Skipwith, skinner of York, for non-appearance to answer William Wodehous, citizen and skinner of London, for a debt of £50. [CPR 1374-77, 281]
03/05/1377 Agardsley (Staffordshire)
Tutbury (Staffordshire)
Swerburn (Staffordshire)
Abbots Bromley (Staffordshire)
Le Stonysich (Staffordshire)
Inspeximus and confirmation of letters patent of Robert de Ferrers, sometime earl of Derby, dated 23/3/1263, granting to all who will take burgages in his free borough of Agardsley (among other privileges) that they shall have every year a buck in his forest to celebrate their fairs and a pipe of wine every day of the said fairs for 7 years, and that neither he nor his heirs will make any caption against their will in their fairs or market without fully satisfying them within 15 days, and that they shall be quit of all tallages and passage-tolls throughout his land, except when the king tallages his boroughs in full and they shall have a broad way, leading from Abbots Bromley to the tenement of Ralph le Carter, thence to Swerburn, thence to Le Stonysich and thence to the chapel towards Tutbury and 3 other ways profitable to the borough. [CPR 1374-77, 460]
18/04/1377 Alnwick (Northumberland) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Alnwick of pontage and pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1374-77, 453]
27/02/1377 Barton-upon-Humber (Lincolnshire) Grant to the good men of Barton upon Humber of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1374-77, 438]
12/10/1377 Beverley (Yorkshire) Grant to the burgesses and good men of Beverley of pavage for 4 years. [CPR 1377-81, 36]
16/11/1377 Beverley (Yorkshire)
Ripon (Yorkshire)
Sherburn-In-Elmet (Yorkshire)
Commission of oyer and terminer on complaint by Alexander, archbishop of York, that certain men, among other trespasses, assaulted his servants for holding his fairs, markets and courts at Beverley, Ripon and Sherburn-in-Elmet, and prevented them from holding the same or levying toll, fines and profits. [CPR 1377-81, 90]
11/05/1377 Bishop's Lynn (Norfolk)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Strong of Bishop's Lynn at suit of Bartholomew de Berford of London for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1374-77, 458]
16/09/1377 Boynton (Yorkshire)
London
Recognisance of John de Pokthorp of Boynton to Henry Morynge, mercer, and Richard Marshall, armourer, citizens of London, for £60. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Yorkshire. [CCR 1377-81, 88]
18/06/1377 Bridgend (Lincolnshire) Grant to the prior of St Saviour's Bridgend of pontage for 2 years, in aid of the repair of the bridge of Bridgend. [CPR 1374-77, 482]
07/03/1377 Bristol (Gloucestershire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Bristol of murage and quayage for 10 years. [CPR 1374-77, 430]
24/02/1377 Bristol (Gloucestershire) Order to the king's clerk constable of Bordeaux to deliver to Gilbert Taillour of Bristol 12 cloths without grain, which he recently freighted, customed and cocketed at Bristol and brought them to Bordeaux, where they were arrested and a second payment of custom demanded, because due to a scribal error the lettes of cocket read "duodecim sine grano", the word "pannis" being left out. [CCR 1374-77, 480]
29/01/1377 Chichester (Sussex)
London
Pardon to William Rolf, chapman of Chichester, of his outlawry in the husting of London for non-appearance to answer Isabel Lausele, executrix of the will of John Lausele, late citizen and mercer of London, touching a plea that he render her 40s. [CPR 1374-77, 420]
09/03/1377 Dover (Kent)
Southampton (Hampshire)
Winchelsea (Sussex)
Order to the warden of the Cinque Ports to deliver to a certain merchant of Flanders a ship and the wines and merchandise arrested therein, allowing him freely to dispose thereof, which ship loaded with wines and other merchandise recently touched at the port of Southampton, and by night certain subjects of the king stole the ship, but they were driven to Winchelsea by a storm, where they were arrested. [CCR 1374-77, 486]
26/07/1377 Duntisborne (Gloucestershire)
London
Recognisance of John Foxcote of Duntisborne to Hugh Sprot, citizen of London, for £81. 7s. 4d. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Gloucestershire. [CCR 1377-81, 80]
20/02/1377 Ely (Cambridgeshire) Order to all the king's lieges to allow the bishop, prior and convent of Ely to use all their liberties and privileges, among others that all the men of their lordships shall be free quit from toll, whether in buying or selling, of passage, geld and danegeld and of the common forfeiture of shires and hundreds, which privileges the king has confirmed by charter. [CCR 1374-77, 479]
16/11/1377 Eynsham (Oxfordshire)
Charlbury (Oxfordshire)
Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter of Henry I to the earl of Warwick and his ministers granting to the abbot of Eynsham quittance of toll, passage and all other custom on all his lordly goods (dominice res). Also of a charter of Henry II granting the abbot and monks of Eynsham a market on Sundays every single week and in the week of Pentecost a fair from Tuesday in that week until the 8th day and at the feast of the Assumption similarly 40 days, all at Eynsham, and the men who come there with their goods shall have free passage there and returning. Also of a charter of Henry III dated 7/2/1256 granting to the said abbot and convent a weekly market on Mondays at their manor of Charlbury and a yearly fair of 4 days at the feast of the Assumption. [CPR 1377-81, 61-2]
16/04/1377 Gainsborough (Lincolnshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Gainsborough of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1374-77, 453]
29/04/1377 London
Gatcombe (Hampshire)
Pardon of outlawry in the husting of London to Isobel, widow and executrix of Laurence de Lyle of Gatcombe in the Isle of Wight, at suit of William Thornhull, citizen and armourer of London, for render of 26 marks. [CPR 1374-77, 458]
06/11/1377 Godmanchester (Huntingdonshire)
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Wiltshire to Robert Dalby of Godmanchester for non-appearance to answer Reginald Drury for a debt of 45s. [CPR 1377-81, 29]
18/08/1377 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Kirkley (Suffolk)
Commission to enquire concerning a place in the high sea called Kirklerode which was by charter of Edward III granted to the burgesses of Great Yarmouth with all liberties and exemptions granted to them by the king's ancestors, among others that no fair for herrings or merchandise should be held within 7 leagues of Yarmouth at the time of its fishing or fair for herrings; yet in a parliament of 50 Edward III these liberties were annulled. [CPR 1377-81, 50]
10/09/1377 Ipswich (Suffolk) Order tp the mayor and sheriffs and keepers of the passage in the port of Ipswich to allow John Stanyard, the master of a ship of Kamper (Holland) to pass with his ship to his own parts, as he is in great want by long detention. [CCR 1377-81, 38]
20/08/1377 Ipswich (Suffolk)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Order to the collectors of customs in the ports of Ipswich (Suffolk), Yarmouth (Norfolk), King's Lynn (Norfolk) and Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) to send all cockets for wool, hides, woolfells and other merchandise that have passed out of that port since the parliament held in 50 Edward III to the exchequer at the octaves of Michaelmas next. [CCR 1377-81, 17]
20/11/1377 King's Lynn (Norfolk) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of King's Lynne to deliver to certain merchants of Holland their goods recently arrested, as they recently loaded their ship at King's Lynn with wool and woolfells to take to Calais and paid the customs and subsidies due. But their ship was driven to the coast of Flanders by a storm, and during the storm they threw a great part of the wool and other goods into the sea for their own safety. When they returned to King's Lynn with a cargo of wine and divers other merchandise their goods were arrested on the pretext that they had failed to take their wool to Calais. [CCR 1377-81, 44-5]
24/03/1377 King's Lynn (Norfolk) Order to the mayor and the collectors of customs of King's Lynn to deliver to certain merchants of Holland a ship and the wines goods and merchandise therein, as they recently loaded a ship with wool at King's Lynn to take to Calais and paid the customs and subsidies due. On its voyage to Calais the ship was driven to Flissing in Seeland by a storm, and a great part of the wool was thrown overboard for the safety of the ship and its crew. When the ship returned to King's Lynn with a cargo of wine and other merchandise it was arrested as forfeit, because the wool had been taken to another place rather than Calais. [CCR 1374-77, 498]
20/08/1377 Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Kingston upon Hull of murage and quayage for 5 years. [CPR 1377-81, 23]
06/02/1377 Lewes (Sussex)
Southampton (Hampshire)
Colchester (Essex)
Pardon of his outlawry in Essex to Nicholas Sherwynd at suit of John Neuard, merchant of Colchester, for a debt of £16. against him and William Spycer of Lewes. [CPR 1374-77, 421]
14/02/1377 Lincoln (Lincolnshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Lincoln of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1374-77, 431]
26/03/1377 Lincoln (Lincolnshire) Commission to make inquisition in Lincolnshire, on information that divers men of the city of Lincoln on pretext of pavage granted to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of the city have received and collected many sums of money of goods and merchandise coming to the city and have converted them to their own uses. [CPR 1374-77, 493]
07/08/1377 London Order to the collectors of customs in London to deliver to certain merchants of Bordeaux their merchandise recently arrested, as they brought the said goods to London from Flanders for greater security, but are taking in on to Bordeaux; proviso that customs and subsidies be paid on any exposed for sale. [CCR 1377-81, 23-24]
26/04/1377 London Order to the mayor and sheriffs of London to deliver to William Houghton, citizen and draper of London £60. of the goods and wares of the king's enemies in the hands of John Northwyche, citizen of London, as £60. of William's goods were recently loaded into a ship in Flanders and were taken at sea by the king's enemies. [CCR 1374-77, 495]
28/07/1377 London Protection for 1 year for the prior and convent of St Bartholomew's, Smithfield, for their men and servants, and all merchants and others coming to, staying at or going from the fair of St Bartholomew, Smithfield, in accordance with their charters and for this to be publicly proclaimed by all royal officials when requested by the prior. [CPR 1377-81, 14]
01/05/1377 London Order to the mayor of London to deliver to Robert Parys, Richard Willesdon, William Staundon, Thomas Rolf, William Hoghton and John Fyfhide, citizens and merchants of London certain goods of French merchants arrested in the city, as some of their goods were recently taken at sea by the French, and in consideration of their impoverishment they are to be recompensed quickly. [CCR 1374-77, 553-4]
22/08/1377 London Order to the sheriffs of London to release John Reynold, carpenter and citizen of London, from Newgate prison, as he has agreed to appear to answer John Peche, citizen and late alderman of London, for 220 marks according to the statute of Acton Burnell. [CCR 1377-81, 84]
10/09/1377 London Order to the mayor and sheriffs and keepers of the passage in the port of London to allow the masters of two ships of Prussia and one of Kampen (Holland) to pass with those ships to their own part, as they are in great want by long detention. [CCR 1377-81, 37]
16/09/1377 London Order to the collectors of customs in London to dearrest 80 pieces of vessels of tin, four mantles of Ireland, and two saddles for horses of Peter Stotelore of Flanders, bought for his stock in the city of London, as well as a hackney of his worth 20s., and to allow them to pass to him in Flanders. [CCR 1377-81, 38]
23/02/1377 London Order to the sheriffs of London to stay the further publication of the exigents against Richard Bedwynde, citizen and pepperer of London, as he has agreed to answer John Hadlee, citizen and pepperer of London, for an alleged debt of £20. 10s. [CCR 1374-77, 523]
17/12/1377 London Order to the mayor, sheriffs and aldermen of London to allow the widow women of the city to enjoy all their customary liberties, as the king is informed that time out of mind they have been quit of tallages and all manner of contributions. [CCR 1377-81, 36]
15/03/1377 London
Shropshire
Recognisance of Fulk de Pembrigge, knight, to John Hende, citizen and draper of London for £128. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Salop. [CCR 1374-77, 524]
12/06/1377 London
Bishop's Lynn (Norfolk)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Holmton, burgess of Bishop's Lynn, at suit of John Maymond, citizen and mercer of London, against him and William Elys, burgess of Great Yarmouth, for a debt of £20. 13s. 4d. [CPR 1374-77, 472]
10/04/1377 London
Bristol (Gloucestershire)
Order to the searcher of forfeitures in London to allow Richard Forde, merchant and burgess of Bristol, to pass freely from London to Calais taking £6. for his expenses, as Richard is a merchant to whom the king's prohibition of the export of money does not apply, as long as he goes to Calais and nowhere else. [CCR 1374-77, 502]
14/02/1377 London
Dunwich (Suffolk)
Receipt of William Breckeles, citizen and grocer of London, to Edmund del Clysse of Dunwich for £100., wherein Edmund was bound to him by a recognisance made before William de Walleworth, mayor of the staple of Westminster. [CCR 1374-77, 519]
26/09/1377 London
Harting (Sussex)
Acquittance by John de Gravesende, citizen of London, for himself and Dionysia his wife, executrix of William Dyke, citizen and draper of London, who was executor of Thomas de Cavendissh, citizen and mercer of London, to Henry Huse, knight, lord of Harting, son of Henry Huse, sometime lord of Harting, for £90. received in full payment of all debts due to the said Thomas from Henry senior and junior. [CCR 1377-81, 91]
03/06/1377 London
Highgate (Middlesex)
Islington (Middlesex)
Grant to William Maynerd, William Smyth of Highgate and William Smyth of Islington of pavage for 3 years, in aid of the repair of the highways from London to Highgate, to be taken at Le Highgate and elsewhere as shall be expedient. [CPR 1374-77, 476]
20/09/1377 London
Pageham (Sussex)
Grant of indemnity to John Hoo, Fulk Horewood and John Salman, merchants of London, who have for 620 marks bought from the king certain merchandise in a ship of Spain recently arrived at Pageham, which has been deemed forfeit to the king. [CPR 1377-81, 30]
24/04/1377 Long Stratton (Norfolk)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Rees of Long Stratton at suit of Simon Wynchecombe, citizen and armourer of London, for a debt of 46s. 8d. [CPR 1374-77, 448]
27/06/1377 Lowestoft (Suffolk) Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers and other lieges throughout the realm not to distrain the men and burgesses of Lowestoft, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, for payment of toll on their goods and property, contrary to the custom of the realm that men of the ancient demesne of the crown are exempt from such payment throughout the realm. [CCR 1377-81, 1]
16/11/1377 Maidenhead (Berkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Maidenhead of pontage for 4 years. [CPR 1377-81, 61]
03/11/1377 Mansfield (Nottinghamshire) Order to the sheriff of Nottingham to make proclamation of a fair in the town of Mansfield in Sherwood Forest on the two days before the feast of St Peter and St Paul, on that feast and the morrow thereof, to be held so that it be not to the nuisance of neighbouring fairs. [CCR 1377-81, 99]
24/04/1377 Meaux (Yorkshire) Inspeximus and confirmation of a grant of king Stephen, of c. 1153-4, confirming the gift of W. earl of Albemarle to the church and monks of Meaux of the whole ville of Meaux and of other grants by his barons, to have and to hold with "soc and sac and tol and theam". Also of a charter of Richard I granting the abbey of Meaux throughout the king's lands quittance of toll, pontage, passage, pedage and all other custom and secular charge. Also of a charter of king John dated 9/1/1203 confriming the above. [CPR 1374-77, 465]
18/04/1377 New Malton (Yorkshire)
Malton (Yorkshire)
Grant to John del Dales of Malton, John Barbour and John Blakeman of pontage for 3 years in aid of the repair of the bridge of New Malton and of the causeway leading thereto. [CPR 1374-77, 453]
15/11/1377 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
London
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Licence for William de Desseburgh of Necastle upon Tyne to ship free of custom 8 lasts of hides in that port and to take them to London, Great Yarmouth or King's Lynn for gain. [CPR 1377-81, 63]
08/11/1377 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
London
Norwich (Norfolk)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Licence for William Morager to ship, custom-free, 5 lasts of hides in Newcastle upon Tyne for London, Norwich or King's Lynn. [CPR 1377-81, 56, 57]
12/11/1377 Ripple (Kent)
Banham (Norfolk)
Norwich (Norfolk)
London
Recognisance of Robert Prees, parson of Ripple (Kent), John Clerevaux, parson of Banham (Norfolk), and Robert Louay of Norwich to John de Louthe, citizen of London, for 200 marks to be levied in default of payment of their chattels, lands and ecclesiastical goods in Norfolk. [CCR 1377-81, 101]
29/11/1377 Rye (Sussex) Grant for 5 years to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Rye, in aid of the enclosing and fortifying of the town which was taken and burned by the French, that they may take the following customs: for every thousand of wood imported 2d.; for every seine of fish exported 2d.; for every pound of any other merchandise imported or exported, except wool, hides and woolfells 3d. This grant is to cease at the end of 5 years if in the meantime peace has been made with France, otherwise it is to be continued for 5 years more. [murage] [CPR 1377-81, 74-5]
12/10/1377 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the mayor and bailiffs and collectors of customs of Sandwich to allow certain merchants to load 10 sarplers of wool (weights given) in ships and to take them to Calais without a second payment of customs, as the wool was originally loaded in London and custom was paid there, but the ship was wrecked in the port of Sandwich by a storm. [CCR 1377-81, 18]
13/06/1377 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Sandwich to arrest a certain ship which has touched at that port and its cargo of wine, as the owners of the ship are unknown, and even the marks of the tuns have been cut off. [CCR 1374-77, 505]
26/08/1377 Sandwich (Kent)
London
Order to the mayor, bailiffs and keepers of the passage in Sandwich to allow John Haddele, citizen of London, to take a crayer of Sandwich and the merchandise therein, which came from Flanders to London, as he is being prevented from doing so by reason of a recent prohibition of the passage of ships. Similar order concerning John Martyn merchant of Bordeaux who loaded 21 tuns of wine in Flanders to bring to London, but for fear of enemies the ship touched at Sandwich. [CCR 1377-81, 36-7]
29/08/1377 Sandwich (Kent)
London
Order to the mayor, bailiffs and keepers of the passage in Sandwich to allow divers merchants of London to take their ships with the goods they have brought from Flanders to London, which are now arrested at Sandwich by reason of a recent prohibition of the passage of ships. [CCR 1377-81, 37]
11/06/1377 Scarborough (Yorkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Scarborough of pavage for 10 years. [CPR 1374-77, 479]
08/12/1377 Scarborough (Yorkshire) Commission to the bailiffs of Scarborough, on information that although they hold the said town with its customs, tolls, rents, services etc. at fee farm for £66 a year, which farm arises for the most part from fish and herrings caught at sea and brought to the town for sale (one of every hundred large fish and 100 of every last of herrings being due to the castle, besides toll and customs which have in the past been levied on all fish and herrings), yet certain mariners scheming to annul the said farm and defraud the king of the said customs and toll go to meet the fishing boats coming to Scarborough between Rawcliff and Flamborough and forstall the fish so that the vessels are brought back empty. The bailiffs are to survey the fishing boats, convoy those laden with fish that want to come into Scarborough, and to seize those with crayers and boats about to forstall as aforesaid. [CPR 1377-81, 78]
03/06/1377 Shrewsbury (Shropshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Thomas Reade of Shrewsbury for non-appearance to answer John Hadlee, citizen of London, for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1374-77, 471]
18/09/1377 Smallhythe (Kent)
London
Order to the bailiffs of Smallhythe to deliver a ship of Nieuport in Flanders to John Gerard, its master, and to allow him to load it with brushwood and other victuals and to bring it to London. [CCR 1377-81, 38]
16/03/1377 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to John Legge serjeant at arms to deliver to Iterus de Terroun, servant of Arnald de Fairolo, burgess of Leyburne in Aquitaine, 21 tuns of wine, which he bought in Spain and brought to Southampton. (12/3/1377, ibid. p. 535, order to the same to stay the execution of the above order, as the wine has been shown to belong to Iterus himself who is banished from Leyburne) [CCR 1374-77, 484]
12/12/1377 Southampton (Hampshire) Pardon to John Polmond of Southampton indicted for having in the reign of Edward III along with others for 4 years loaded divers ships there with horses, corn and herrings white and red and sent them for sale to the late king's enemies of Normandy in time of war. [CPR 1377-81, 79]
1/5/1377 Southampton (Hampshire) Enrolment in the Book of Remembrance of Southampton [post 1440] of the confirmation by Richard II of a charter of Edward III granting to John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster, and his heirs for all the lands formerly of Henry, earl of Lancaster, quittance from pavage, passage, paage, lastage, stallage, tallage, carriage, pesage, pittage and terrage throughout the realm. [Book of Remembrance II, 56-57]
12/12/1377 Southampton (Hampshire)
Fareham (Hampshire)
Fowey (Cornwall)
Pardon to various former mayors and men of Southampton for taking customs in the port of Fareham, where since time beyond memory natives and aliens could come with vessels of victuals and merchandise and there sell them without paying customs, among others of a ship of Sluys loaded with salt, another one of Fowey loaded with salt fish and wine, and other ships. [CPR 1377-81, 81]
01/12/1377 Southampton (Hampshire)
London
Order to the collectors of customs at Southampton to allow William Malton, merchant of London, to pack 40 sacks 1 stone of wool of the growth of Wales in small pockets at his pleasure, and to take them to Calais, as the wool was cocketed at Carmarthen and customs and subsidies paid there. [CCR 1377-81, 29-30]
17/06/1377 Stockwith (Lincolnshire)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Order to the collectors of customs in Kingston to deliver to William Johnson of Stockwith a ship and the goods therein, having searched them and received all the customs due, as William recently sailed to Calais with the said ship, there loaded it with the goods of various English merchants to be taken to Kingston, where it was arrested on the pretext that the merchandise was alien property and custom ought to be paid accordingly. [CCR 1374-77, 552-53]
23/02/1377 Tadcaster (Yorkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Tadcaster of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1374-77, 425]
12/12/1377 Tenby (Pembrokeshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Tenby of quayage for 7 years in aid of the repair of their quay, and that alone. [CPR 1377-81, 80]
13/03/1377 Tenby (Pembrokeshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Tenby of quayage for 7 years. [CPR 1374-77, 435]
12/06/1377 Thrapston (Northamptonshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Thrapston of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1374-77, 481]
20/11/1377 Torksey (Lincolnshire) Inspeximus and confirmation to the burgesses of Torksey of letters patent dated 10/5/1345, inspecting and confirming a charter of Henry II granting them their market of the town of Torksey as they had it in the time of Henry I and all their liberties and free customs within the borough and without on land and on water as they had them then. [CPR 1377-81, 65-6]
15/02/1377 Wandsworth (Surrey)
London
Pardon of his outlawries in the husting of London to John Stoke of Wandsworth for non-appearance to answer Alice, widow and executrix of Ralph Anketil, fishmonger of London, touching a plea for render of 100s and also for an account for the time when he was Ralph's receiver. [CPR 1374-77, 428]
11/02/1377 Warwick (Warwickshire) Grant to William Hobkyns, William Lyndrapere, John Silby, Robert Walden and William del Chaumbre of pontage for 3 years in aid of the great bridge over the water of Avon within the town of Warwick, which is broken down. [CPR 1374-77, 423]
04/09/1377 Whitby (Yorkshire)
London
Order to the bailiffs of Whitby and the abbot of Whitby to restore to Thomas Wilford and John Vautort, citizens and merchants of London a crayer arrested in the port of Whitby and the wares therein, which they loaded in London and sent to Scotland, but it was driven into Whitby by a storm, where it was arrested because of a conflict between the men of the north and the Scots, of which the said merchants had no knowledge. [CCR 1377-81, 87]
19/06/1377 Wrangle (Lincolnshire)
Boston (Lincolnshire)
Wainfleet (Lincolnshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London and in Lincolnshire at suit of John Wryght of Boston and William de Brunham of Boston for a debt of £8., Roger atte Strete, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £34. 2s., John de Derlyngton for a debt of £6. and John atte Halle of Wainfleet for a debt of £20. [CPR 1374-77, 480]
28/10/1377 Yarm (Yorkshire) Grant to William Jody, chaplain, Thomas Acton and Richard de Preston of pontage for 5 years in aid of the repair of the bridge of Yarm. [CPR 1377-81, 36]
27/01/1377 Yaxley (Huntingdonshire) Grant to John Herlyngton, Ralph Gamel, William Pechel, Walter Pigge, Hugh Doukson, and William G... of Yaxley of pavage for 3 years in aid of the paving of that town and of the ways adjoining. [CPR 1374-77, 419]
14/06/1377 Yedingham (Yorkshire) Grant to John Barkere and Thomas Mantel of pontage for 3 years, in aid of the repair of the bridge of Yeddingham. [CPR 1374-77, 481]
20/11/1377 York (Yorkshire) Grant to the mayor and citizens of York as an aid for the maintenance of a quay there in the water of Ouse between the bridge newly constructed over the same and the lodging of the Friars Minor for the safety of ships and boats coming to York that they may for 3 years to come take the following customs: from every ship of 20 tons burden and upwards loaded with goods for sale 2d.; from every ship of 10 tons up to 20 tons 1d.; from every boat of less burden than 10 tons 1/2d. [quayage] [CPR 1377-81, 65]
28/01/1377 York (Yorkshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Hilderwell of York for non-appearance to answer John More, mercer of London, touching a plea of debt of £18. [CPR 1374-77, 420]
30/06/1378 Beckington (Somerset)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in Somerset to William Bailly of Beckington for non-appearance to answer Richard de Preston, citizen and merchant of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1377-81, 255]
04/09/1378 Brentford (Middlesex)
Henley-on-Thames (Oxfordshire)
Harlington (Oxfordshire)
Order to the constable and bailiff of Brentford and certain others to deliver to Raphael de Aurea, Lombard, certain wool by him loaded at Henley (Oxon.) into a wain of John Bay of Witney to take to London, which was arrested because at Harlington (Oxon.) a certain Nicholas Taunton of Somerset fell under the wain, was run over, and died at Brentford. [CCR 1377-81, 211]
28/08/1378 Bristol (Gloucestershire) Order to the collectors of customs in Bristol to allow William de Canynges and John Berstable, merchants of Bristol to load 40 lasts of hides which were cocketed in Ireland in ships and take them to Calais without a second payment of customs. [CCR 1377-81, 150]
27/1/1378 Colchester (Essex) Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter of Edward III confirming a charter of Richard I and its confirmations by Henry III and Edward II, granting to the burgesses of Colchester (among other liberties) quittance from toll, pontage, picage, pavage, murage, lastage, passage and all other custom throughout the realm. [Colchester Charters 15-20]
02/03/1378 Droitwich (Worcestershire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Droitwich of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1377-81, 141]
16/12/1378 Faversham (Kent)
Westminster (Middlesex)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Faversham to allow Thomas Northerun of Faversham to load 4 sarplers of wool in ships in that port and to take them to the staple of Westminster, on condition that he shall take them nowhere else. [CCR 1377-81, 168]
06/06/1378 Grampound (Cornwall) Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter of John, late earl of Cornwall, dated 26/10/1333, granting to the burgesses of Grampound among other privileges quittance of toll, passage and pontage throughout Cornwall. [CPR 1377-81, 240-1]
18/08/1378 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk) Order to the collectors of customs in the port of Yarmouth to restore a ship to John Petreson, merchant of Vlaardingen, which was recently in Yarmouth loaded with woolfells to be taken to Calais belonging to certain other merchants, for which custom was paid, but the ship was driven to Maas in Holland by the king's enemies and was unloaded there, because the fells were damaged by sea water and the said merchants refused to put the fells back into the ship to be taken to Calais. [CCR 1377-81, 209]
12/04/1378 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Kirkley (Suffolk)
Grant to the burgesses and commonalty of Great Yarmouth confirming to them a charter of Edward III, which he revoked at the false suggestions of certain rivals; following a commission to enquire concerning a place in the high sea called Kirklerode, which was by charter of Edward III granted to the burgesses of Great Yarmouth with all liberties and exemptions granted to them by the king's ancestors, among others that no fair for herrings or merchandise should be held within 7 leagues of Yarmouth at the time of its fishing or fair for herrings; yet in a parliament of 50 Edward III these liberties were annulled. [CPR 1377-81, 188]
05/05/1378 Kegworth (Leicestershire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Crogshale of Kegworth for non-appearance to answer Henry Baret, citizen and goldsmith of London, for a debt of £8. [CPR 1377-81, 196]
20/03/1378 King's Cliffe (Northamptonshire) Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers and other lieges throughout the realm not to distrain the men and tenants of the manor of King's Cliffe, which are of the ancient demesne of the crown, for payment of toll on their goods, property and merchandise contrary to the custom of the realm that men of the ancient demesne of the crown are exempt from such payment throughout the realm. [CCR 1377-81, 59]
22/10/1378 Kingswood (Gloucestershire)
Button (Devon)
Order to the keeper of the king's chace of Kingswood to allow Edmund Blount, lord of half the manor of Button, to have the profit of woods, gorse, and sea coals on his own soil within the lordship without demand for chiminage, which he does not owe. [CCR 1377-81, 156]
09/03/1378 Knightsbridge (Middlesex)
Brentford (Middlesex)
London
Grant to John Croucher of Knightsbridge of pavage for 3 years for the repair of the king's highways leading from London to Brentford, to be taken at Knightsbridge and elsewhere in the highway, but nothing is to be taken from ecclesiastics for ecclesiastical goods or for those bought for their own use. [CPR 1377-81, 141]
20/01/1378 Launceston (Cornwall) Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter of Edmund earl of Cornwall inspecting and confirming previous charters of Richard and Reginald earls of Cornwall, granting and confirming to the prior and convent of Launceston the manor of Launceston with tol and team etc. [CPR 1377-81, 114-16]
23/08/1378 London Order to all royal officials and others to allow the dean and chapter of St Paul's London and their men to be quit of all toll, pontage, passage, paiage, lastage, stallage, tallage, carriage, pannage and other custom, in accordance with a charter granted to them by king John and confirmed by Edward III. [CPR 1377-81, 271]
24/03/1378 London Order to the searchers of forfeitures in London to deliver to Copyn Dawer of Flanders his ship, arrested because a certain Lombard put therein certain small parcels of customable merchandise without paying the customs and subsidies due, but the said Copyn had no knowledge of this. [CCR 1377-81, 58-9]
17/04/1378 London Recognisance of Richard de Notyngham, citizen of London, to Robert Maunsell, citizen and mercer, for £100. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in the city of London. [CCR 1377-81, 130]
08/08/1378 London Order tp the collectors of customs and keepers of the passage in the port of London to allow Tideman Knyghtkyn, merchant of Almain, to load in that port 200 "faldynges" and 100 yards of "faldyngclothe" of Ireland bought in England and to take them to his own parts, having paid the customs subsidies and duties due. [CCR 1377-81, 145]
23/08/1378 London Order to the king's searcher in Calais to deliver to John de Iclyngham, citizen and fellmonger of London, a bale of felt as well of conies and foxes as of cats by him sent to Calais which was found among the wares and under the mark of James Fane, but not named in his cocket and therefore arrested. [CCR 1377-81, 145-6]
24/09/1378 London Order to the collectors of customs and keepers of the passage in London to allow Christiana Lustyk of Bruges to load and take to Flanders for sale 80 mantles of Ireland and 21 pieces of cloth for making such mantles, having first paid the customs and duties thereupon. [CCR 1377-81, 154]
21/09/1378 London Order to the collectors of customs and keepers of the passage in the port of London to allow Dedric Sadelar to load in that port and take to Flanders for sale 11 dozen mantles of Ireland and 3 dozen boots, having paid the customs and duties thereupon. [CCR 1377-81, 156]
20/03/1378 London
Suffolk
Yorkshire
Durham
Licence for William Stacheden, citizen of London, to export 400 quarters of corn in the counties of Sufolk, Yorkshire and Durham, to Seeland and Holland, there to buy fish and other merchandise of equal value to import. [CPR 1377-81, 157]
12/07/1378 London Order to the searcher in the port of London to dearrest a ship of Flanders and its cargo, as the master swears that he knew nothing of 4 ells of white cloth, 5 1/2 ells of other cloth, 6 pairs of boots, 8 ells of linen web, 12 cheeses, 18 candlesticks of "laton", 1 pair of black boots, 1 hat and 1 silver cup on which custom was not paid. [CCR 1377-81, 203]
13/12/1378 London Recognisance of William Botreaux, knight, to Robert Launde, goldsmith of London, for £40. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Cornwall. [CCR 1377-81, 222]
07/02/1378 London
Cambridge (Cambridgeshire)
Huntingdon (Huntingdonshire)
Bond of John Sonday, shipman and citizen of London, now dwelling in Petywales, to Robert Beylham and Piers Lolleworth, burgesses and merchants of Cambridge and Ralph Geddyng and Walter Rudham, burgesses and merchants of Huntingdon for £142. of money lent, payable by 1 March. Defeasance of the forgoing bond on condition that John Sonday shall build a new balinger of good timer and planks, with 42 oars of 4 "stroke" of "Englisshbord", with ribs 12 feet long inside measure, finding all materials, a mast, sail, "seilyerde", oars, cables, ropes, 3 anchors with cables, 1 "wyndas" and other gear, and grease of mutton or beef fat, and to launch the same in the Thames by the "Wollekaye" of London, for which work John shall be paid £70. and 20s. plus a "cote" for courtesy. [CCR 1377-81, 120]
10/02/1378 London
Canterbury (Kent)
Inspeximus and confirmation of letters patent dated 4/3/1331 and inspecting and confirming letters patent dated 1/3/1309, exempting the wardens, workmen, moneyers and other ministers of the king's exchanges of London and Canterbury from tallages. [CPR 1377-81, 110]
12/07/1378 London
Glastonbury (Somerset)
Bond of William Tournay, Thomas Evesham and Geoffrey Gremelesford, citizens and merchants of London, to John, abbot of Glastonbury, for £533. 6s. 8d. payable at Glastonbury at the Purification next. [CCR 1377-81, 200-01]
18/07/1378 London
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Whitby (Yorkshire)
Order to the searcher in Newcastle-upon-Tyne to restore to Thomas de Wilford and John Vautort, citizens of London, a ship and their goods and property therein, but to keep in the king's hand 4 stone of wool dyed of bluet, price 4s a stone, and 1/2 cloth of bluet, price 18s, which he recently arrested in the ship bound for Scotland, and the master had no cocket, but the two merchants have sworn that they are sole owners of the ship and had no knowledge of the wool or cloth, which did not belong to them either. [CCR 1377-81, 143]
21/08/1378 London
Sandwich (Kent)
Licence for Gregory Willy of London to bring from Sandwich by sea 1 1/2 bales of wool, part of his own growing and part bought in Kent, for making cloth in London. [CPR 1377-81, 270]
18/03/1378 London
Scarborough (Yorkshire)
Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland)
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Licence for John Rous of London to ship to London for his profit 2 lasts of hides in Berwick on Tweed, 6 in Newcastle on Tyne and 2 in Scarborough. [CPR 1377-81, 157]
22/01/1378 London
Shrewsbury (Shropshire)
Hereford (Herefordshire)
Order to the bailiffs of Hereford and Shrewsbury to levy £35. in their respective towns and to deliver the money to John Philipot, citizen of London, as the king recently ordered the town of Shrewsbury jointly with the city of Hereford to build a barge called a "balinger", but due to the scarcity of carpenters, timber and other things needed for the purpose in their area they have agreed to pay John Philipot £70. for the building and finishing of the said ship. [CCR 1377-81, 43]
10/02/1378 Mere (Wiltshire) Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers and other lieges throughout the realm not to distrain the tenants of the king's manor of Mere, which is parcel of the duchy of Cornwall, for payment of toll, as their ancestors for time out of mind have been exempt from such payment throughout the realm. [CCR 1377-81, 49]
09/01/1378 Muskham by Newark (Nottinghamshire) Grant to the good men of Muskham by Newerk of pontage for 3 years, in aid of the repair of the bridge of Haybridge by Newerk and of the causeways between Newerk and that bridge. [CPR 1377-81, 84]
05/03/1378 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
London
Licence for Elias de Bulkham, John de Denom, and William de Hoton, burgesses of Newcastle upon Tyne to buy in Northumberland, load at Newcastle and transport to London or any other port in England for gain 3,000 chaldrons of coal and 300 stones called "gryndstones". [CPR 1377-81, 141]
26/11/1378 Norwich (Norfolk) Extract from the Norwich Domesday Book (fol. 23) Ordinance ruling that no goods shall be unloaded in the city of Norwich unless at the Stathes, paying the following dues. All merchandise passing by the Stathes into the city not requiring the aid of the crane shall pay half the said sums: 1 tun of wine 4d.; 1 tun of oil 4d.; 1 tun of woad 4d.; 1 woollen cloth for the weighing 4d.; for the use of the house at the stathe 4d.; for the use of the stathe 1d.; for a cart full of iron of Spain 1d.; 100 boards 1d.; 100 oak boards from Riga 2d.; 100 small spars 1d.; 100 large spars 2d.; 1 weigh of salt 1 1/2d.; 1 bundle of bast 1 1/4d.; 1 bale [of bast?] 1 1/4d.; 1 pack [of bast?] 2d.; for 1 cart full of rods 1d.; 1 trey of fuller's earth 1 14/d.; 1 trey of charcoal or sea coal 1 1/4d.; 1 last of herrings from Skania 3d.; 1 last of pitch 3d.; 1 last of red herrings 2d.; 1 cart full of freestone 4d.; for every cart full of small merchandise 1d.; for 1 nether millstone 8d.; for 1 upper millstone 4d.; for every cart 1/2d.; for 500 slabs 1d.; for 1 fother of lead 4d.; for the alnage of 1 centena of narrow cloth 1d.; for the alnage of 1 centena of broad cloth 2d.; for the common draught of madder, alum or other similar merchandise 2 1/2d.; for a heavy draught such as a bell the parties can agree a sum.; 1 aam of wine 1d.; 1 gravestone according to its weight.; 1 bar of steel 1/4d.; 1 bale of battery 1/2d.; 1 roll of beaver 1/4d.; 1 bundle of bowstaves 1/4d.; 1 tun of nuts 4d.; 1 dry tun 4d.; 1 copla of fruit 1/4d.; 26 stone of flax 1/2d.; 100 small mortars 1d.; 100 large mortars 2d.; 100 scoops 1d.; 1 grindstone 2d.; 1 truss of wold 2d.; 20 stone of wold 1d.; 1 cwt. of glass 1/4d.; 1 large piece of wax 1/4d.; 20 small pieces of wax 1/4d.; 1 load of timber 1d.; for the windage of 1 load of timber 4d.; 1 pound of whetstones 1d.; 1 fardel of flax 1d.; 100 gosbilles 1/2d.; 1 last of quernstones 3d.; 1 fardel of cloth 1d.; 1,000 wall-tiles 2d.; 100 deals 2d.; 100 woolskins 1d.; 100 calfskins 1d.; 100 rabbitskins 1d.; 1 daker of hides 1d.; 1 barrel of copper 1/4d.; 100 pots 1/4d.; 1 tun of flax 4d.; 100 bunches of leeks 1d.; 100 barrels of onions 6d.; 1,000 patten holt 2d.; 1,000 clap holt 2d.; 100 fans 1d.; 100 troughs 1d.; 100 botmolt 4d. [Norwich Records II, 231-37]
26/2/1377-8 Norwich (Norfolk) Inspeximus and confirmation by Richard II of the various privileges of the citizens of Norwich, including quittance of toll, passage, pavage, pontage, picage, murage, lastage, carriage, quayage and rivage and their confirmations by John, Henry III, Edward II and Edward III. [Norwich Records I, 27-29]
26/05/1378 Norwich (Norfolk)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Bury St Edmunds (Suffolk)
Sudbury (Suffolk)
Order to the bailiffs of Norwich, Yarmouth and Bury (Suffolk), and the mayors and bailiffs of King's Lynn and Sudbury (Suffolk) to make proclamation forbidding any maker of cloths to let any cloth pass from his hands before it has been sealed with the appropriate seal, unless he has made it for clothing for himself and his household. [CCR 1377-81, 140]
16/2/1378 Oxford (Oxfordshire) Inspeximus and confirmation by Richard II of Edward III's charter, confirming the town's previous privileges, among others quittance from toll and passage throughout England and Normandy. [Oxford Royal Letters, 74-75]
06/02/1378 Pembroke (Pembrokeshire) Inspeximus of episcopal letters patent, exemplifying a charter of Henry II to the burgesses of Pembroke, confirming all their liberties since the days of Henry I and adding (among other liberties) quittance of toll, pontage, and all customs throughout the realm. [CPR 1377-81, 106-8]
08/02/1378 Popham (Hampshire)
Farringdon (Hampshire)
Inspeximus and confirmation in favour of Henry de Popham now tenant of the lands named of a charter of the Empress Mathilda conceding to the clerk Turstinus all his lands which he held on the day when king Henry was alive and dead, and the lands of Farringdon and Popham to hold with tol and theam. Also of a similar charter of Henry II. [CPR 1377-81, 110-11]
24/03/1378 Queenborough (Kent)
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the mayor and constable of the staple at Queenborough to have the balances and weights used for weighing wool at Queenborough while the staple was held there taken to Sandwich as there is a great quantity of wool in the staple there which cannot be taken to Calais for lack of weighing, because they do not have any weights or balances there as yet. [CCR 1377-81, 69]
04/06/1378 Ragnall (Nottinghamshire)
Darlton (Nottinghamshire)
Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers and other lieges throughout the realm not to distrain the men and tenants of the manors of Ragnall and Darlton, which are of the ancient demesne of the crown, for payment of toll on their goods and property, contrary to the custom of the realm that men of the ancient demesne of the crown are exempt from such payment throughout the realm. [CCR 1377-81, 72]
24/05/1378 Scarborough (Yorkshire) Order to the collectors of customs in Scarborough not to demand any customs or subsidies of certain merchants of Estland and Seeland, who just touched at Scarborough, as none of their goods were exposed for sale. [CCR 1377-81, 71]
10/05/1378 St Olave (in Southwark) (Surrey) Inspeximus and confirmation of letters patent of 16/8/1361 granting to George de Felbrigg, yeoman of the late king, for life the custody of the passage of the fair of St Olave [in Southwark]. [CPR 1377-81, 173]
08/05/1378 Wetherby (Yorkshire) Grant to the good men of Wetherby of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1377-81, 200]
20/10/1378 Yaxley (Huntingdonshire) Grant of pavage for 3 years to John Herlyngton, Ralph Gamel, William Spechel, Walter Pygge, Hugh Foukson, and William Gyn of Yaxley, in aid of paving that town and the roads adjacent thereto. [CPR 1377-81, 275]
23/06/1378 Yedingham (Yorkshire) Grant to Thomas Mantell, John Barkere and John Lytstere of pontage for 5 years, in aid of the repair of Yedingham bridge. [CPR 1377-81, 255]
03/10/1379 Boston (Lincolnshire) Order to the collectors of customs in Boston to allow certain merchants of Almain to take to their parts woollen cloth made in England bought in England with money received for salt fish, planks, pitch, resin and other merchandise, which they came to England to sell, first paying customs thereupon. [ccr 1377-81, 267]
10/12/1379 Boston (Lincolnshire) Order to the mayor and constable of the staple of Boston to cause the weights used for weighing wool in that staple to be corrected, as they are worn by much use and too light. [CCR 1377-81, 273]
17/10/1379 Brent Pelham (Hertfordshire)
Melreth (Cambridgeshire)
Recognisance of John Grey of Brent Pelham to Thomas Cauele of Melreth for £10. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Hertfordshire. [CCR 1377-81, 331]
20/06/1379 Bridgend (Lincolnshire) Grant to the prior of St Saviour's Bridgend of pontage for 2 years for the repair of the said bridge. [CPR 1377-81, 354]
14/05/1379 Brigstock (Northamptonshire) Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers and other lieges throughout the realm not to distrain the men and tenants of the manor of Brigstok, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, for payment of toll on their goods and property, contrary to the custom of the realm that men of the ancient demesne of the crown are exempt from such payment throughout the realm. [CCR 1377-81, 188]
06/01/1379 Bristol (Gloucestershire)
Northampton (Northamptonshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Thomas Peyntour of Northampton at the suit of Thomas Knap, burgess and merchant of Bristol, for debt. [CCR 1377-81, 342]
06/07/1379 Cambridge (Cambridgeshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Taverner of Cambridge for non-appearance to answer Walter Doget, citizen and vintner of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1377-81, 365]
28/07/1379 Cockermouth (Cumberland) Grant to Nicholas Holand, Michael Carnyka and Thomas Forster of Cockermouth of pontage for 5 years, in aid of the repair of the bridge over the Cocker in Cockermouth. [CPR 1377-81, 376]
01/07/1379 Colchester (Essex)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Order to the bailiffs of Colchester not to compel Gilbert Zinkourt, an alien merchant who paid customs and duties for 20 1/2 pipes of woad imported in a ship of Romerswal at Great Yarmouth, to pay customs a second time. [CCR 1377-81, 258]
18/11/1379 Colchester (Essex)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to George de Fordham of Colchester for non-appearance to render £20. 11s. 10d. to the executors of the will of Robert Longe, citizen and vintner of London. [CPR 1377-81, 388]
12/05/1379 Coventry (Warwickshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Richard Deyster of Coventry for non-appearance to answer Thomas Neel, taverner of London, for a debt of £19. 14s. [CPR 1377-81, 322]
21/05/1379 Deverill Longbridge (Wiltshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Thomas Bryg of Deverill Longbridge for non-apperance to answer William Venour, citizen of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1377-81, 331]
26/03/1379 Dover (Kent)
Rye (Sussex)
Hampton (Middlesex)
Order to the constable of Dover castle and warden of the Cinque Ports to deliver to certain merchants of Almain £166., to make inquisition concerning the rest of their goods, and to take of the same the customs and subsidies due, as the said merchants brought 48 lasts of white herring to Hampton (Middx.) in a ship which was taken at sea by ships of Rye. [CCR 1377-81, 184]
16/06/1379 Evesham (Worcestershire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Walter Guytyng of Evesham for non-apperance to answer William de Brampton, citizen of London, for a debt of 60s. [CPR 1377-81, 331]
09/07/1379 Farlegh (Wiltshire)
Colby (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in Wiltshire to John Leek of Colby for non-appearance to answer the prior of Farlegh for a debt of £20. [CPR 1377-81, 365]
22/02/1379 Gloucester (Gloucestershire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Gloucester of pavage for 2 years. [CPR 1377-81, 325]
18/05/1379 Gloucester (Gloucestershire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Robert Aston and John Aston for non-appearance to answer John Enemeth for a debt of 53s. and William atte Gate, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £12. [CPR 1377-81, 331]
03/12/1379 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk) Order to the bailiffs of Yarmouth to deliver to John de Beverle, John de Reppes, John de Halle, draper, and certain of their fellow burgesses of that town certain goods and merchandise of Scotsmen arrested within their bailiwick, i.e. linen and woollen cloths, swords, knives etc. to the value of £200., as they lately bought 90 lasts of herring at Skania (Sweden), price £400., and loaded them in a ship of Estland to bring to England. On its voyage the ship was driven ashore by a storm on the coast of Scotland, where certain merchants and other Scotsmen entered the ship and took the herring, because it was the property of Englishmen. [CCR 1377-81, 276-7]
12/07/1379 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Colchester (Essex)
London
Order to the bailiffs of Great Yarmouth to deliver to John Gernoun of Colchester and William Vale, fishmonger of London, a ship of Colchester and the goods therein, arrested at the suit of John Rippes of Yarmouth for an alleged debt of John Godard of Colchester, whereas Gernoun and Vale claim never to have been debtors or sureties for the alleged debt. [CCR 1377-81, 263]
17/10/1379 Harleston (Norfolk)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Clerk, maltmonger of Harleston, for non-appearance to render 50s. to William Derby, executor of the will of Simon Haverhill, citizen and brewer of London. [CPR 1377-81, 387]
26/05/1379 Harwich (Essex) Order to the bailiffs of Harwich to release to certain merchants of Hamburg a ship loaded with 16 rolls of linen cloth, 6 "pakkes" of leather, 7 lasts of "hamberber", 1 great tun of skins of "eremyns" and "graywerk", 1 last of barrels of honey, 1/2 last of butter, 1 last of barrels of nuts, 4 lasts of beans and 1 sack of gold and silver bullion weighing 12lb., which was recently taken at sea and brought to Harwich. [CCR 1377-81, 193]
22/11/1379 Huntingdon (Huntingdonshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Luton of Huntingdon for non-appearance to answer William de Brampton, citizen of London, for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1377-81, 389]
03/08/1379 Hythe (Kent) Order to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of customs in Sandwich to allow certain merchants of Bordeaux to load into their ships and take to Bordeaux 1 tun and 2 pipes packed in Flanders with divers things, brought to Sandwich, without payment of custom or subsidy, although they were put ashore. Also, to allow 2 ships of Hull and Sandwich freighted with Flemish merchandise and recently brought into the port of Sandwich for refreshment and security, to continue their journey without payment of customs, provided that none of their cargo is unloaded. [CCR 1377-81, 262]
03/10/1379 King's Lynn (Norfolk) Order to the collectors of the great custom in King's Lynn to deliver to Walter Coubaker 8 sarplers of wool and 1,375 woolfells, for which he does not need to pay customs as he no longer intends to export them, due to the new custom granted at Gloucester, but wants to sell them in England. [CCR 1377-81, 268-9]
30/06/1379 King's Lynn (Norfolk) Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Edward Ferrers, merchant of King's Lynn, for non-appearance to answer Jera Thomas, merchant of Florence, for a debt of 240 marks. [CPR 1377-81, 365]
01/12/1379 King's Norton (Worcestershire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London and in Warwickshire to Thomas Watton, drover of London, for non-appearance to answer Adam atte Halle of King's Norton for a debt of £28., and Robert de Dyngeleye and Richard his brother for a debt of £20. [CPR 1377-81, 389]
30/01/1379 Kendal (Westmorland) Grant to the good men of Kirkby Kendal of pontage for 3 years in aid of the repair of their bridge called "le North Brigg". [CPR 1377-81, 314]
20/11/1379 Lancaster (Lancashire)
Halton (Lancashire)
Ancliffe (Lancashire)
Dalton (Lancashire)
Grant to John de Crost of Dalton and Thomas Mirreson of Lancaster of pontage for 6 years, in aid of the repair of Lonebridge at Lancaster from things brought for sale over the Lune from Halton to Ancliffe. [CPR 1377-81, 407]
23/01/1379 Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
Navenby (Lincolnshire)
Cheltenham (Gloucestershire)
Order to the justices of the assize, the justices for gaol delivery, and the justices of oyer and terminer in Lincolnshire, and the sheriff of Lincoln, to allow the abbot and monks of Fecamp as tenants of the manor and hundred of Cheltenham (Gloucs.), as well as the dean and chapter of St Mary Lincoln as tenants of the manor of Navenby (Lincolns.), to enjoy all their customary liberties, including for themselves and their men quittance from toll, passage, pontage, murage, stallage, picage and all other customs throughout the realm. [CCR 1377-81, 154-5]
23/11/1379 London
Warwickshire
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Charnell, esquire of Warwickshire, for non-appearance to answer Nicholas de Exton, citizen and fishmonger of London, for a debt of £46. [CPR 1377-81, 389]
16/11/1379 London Recognisance of William Estby of London to Nicholas Salesbury, canon of the free chapel of St Stephen in Westminster palace, for £25. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1377-81, 334]
27/10/1379 London Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Robert Aleyn, citizen of London, for non-appearance to answer John Bithewode, citizen and timbermonger of London, for a debt of £36. [CPR 1377-81, 388]
22/03/1379 London Order to the king's searcher in London to dearrest a ship of Holland, arrested because it sailed out of the said port with two packets of woollen cloth without search having been made by the searcher. [CCR 1377-81, 180]
08/12/1379 London
Kent
Royal writ of supersedeas in favour of William Cosyngton, knight, of Kent, at the suit of Dunstan Horcherugge, citizen and draper of London, for debt. [CCR 1377-81, 340-1]
24/11/1379 London Recognisance of Thomas Crosse, son and heir of John Crosse, citizen and fishmonger of London, to Robert Kyng, citizen and chandler of London, for £100. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. [CCR 1377-81, 341]
16/07/1379 London Order to the king's searcher in the port of London to deliver to Guerkin Armurer, "Doucheman" 5 mantles, negligently put in a ship by a servant of his to be taken to Flanders without payment of customs and arrested by the searcher as forfeit. [CCR 1377-81, 260]
16/02/1379 London Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Richard Bedewynd of London for non-appearance to answer John Chircheman, citizen of London, for a debt of £35. [CPR 1377-81, 320]
22/03/1379 London Order to the king's searcher in London to dearrest a ship of Hamburg loaded with salt, which was unloaded in the said port without search having been made. [CCR 1377-81, 180]
21/11/1379 London
Faversham (Kent)
Recognisance of Thomas Aldustre of London to William Guodynogh of Faversham for 200 marks to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1377-81, 334]
17/05/1379 London
Gloucester (Gloucestershire)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Robert Aston of Gloucester for non-appearance to answer Robert Botele, mercer of London, for a debt of £6., William atte Gate, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £12. (due from him and John Aston), and John Enemeth for a debt of 53s. 4d. (due from the same). [CPR 1377-81, 322]
03/02/1379 London
Gloucester (Gloucestershire)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Robert Hasliston, draper of Gloucester, for not appearing to answer Robert Betele, mercer of London, for a debt of £6. 2s. [CPR 1377-81, 316]
02/12/1379 London
Oxford (Oxfordshire)
Recognisance of John Wyndesore of Oxford to Edmund Fraunceys, citizen and pepperer of London, for £100. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Oxfordshire. [CCR 1377-81, 341]
19/01/1379 Loseley (Surrey)
London
Recognisance of William Bures of Loseley by Guildford to John Sely, citizen and skinner of London, for £20. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Surrey. [CCR 1377-81, 223]
09/02/1379 Maidenhead (Berkshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Fissher of Maidenhead for non-appearance to answer John Queldryk, citizen and fishmonger of London, for a debt of £6. [CPR 1377-81, 320]
08/05/1379 Maidstone (Kent) Order to the Archbishop of Canterbury's bailiffs in Maidstone to allow William Spryg, citizen and woolmonger of London, to load 2 1/2 sarplers of wool in ships and to bring them to the staple of Westminster by the sea coast. [CCR 1377-81, 192]
08/02/1379 Merton (Surrey)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in Surrey to John Edward, mason of London, for non-appearance to answer Robert, prior of Merton, for a debt of 43s. 4d. [CPR 1377-81, 316]
16/06/1379 Netley (Hampshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Stevene of Netley for non-apperance to answer William de Brampton, citizen of London, for a debt of 53s. 4d. [CPR 1377-81, 331]
30/11/1379 Newcastle [upon Tyne?] (Northumberland [?])
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Stephen Wresil of Newcastle for non-appearance to render 40s to Reginald Aleyn, citizen and pepperer of London. [CPR 1377-81, 389]
24/02/1379 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and commonalty of Newcastle upon Tyne of pontage for 5 years from 12 May next. [CPR 1377-81, 326]
03/02/1379 Oundle (Northamptonshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Oundle of pontage for 3 years in aid of the repair of Ashtonbridge near that town. [CPR 1377-81, 313]
04/07/1379 Oxford (Oxfordshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Croydon, taverner of Oxford, for non-appearance to answer John de Wylyngham and William Sharpyng, citizens and vintners of London, for two debts of £40. and £37. 16s. 8d. [CPR 1377-81, 365]
27/09/1379 Plymouth (Devon) Order to the collectors of customs in Plymouth to restore to William des Campes, citizen of Bordeaux, a bale containing six cloths and 2 dozen cloths of divers colours, which a yeoman of his negligently loaded into a ship before it was customed. [CCR 1377-81, 267-8]
29/11/1379 Rampton (Nottinghamshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John de Stanhope of Rampton for non-appearance to render a horse to the executrix of the will of John Heryng and to answer Robert de Ekyngton, tailor of London, for a debt of 65s., Walter Lodeney, citizen and clothier of London, for a debt of 100s., and John Walsshe, citizen and goldsmith of London, for a debt of £60. [CPR 1377-81, 389]
20/2/1379 Reading (Berkshire) Inspeximus and confirmation by Richard II of Edward III's confirmation of a charter of Henry III granting to the burgesses of Reading (among other liberties) quittance from toll, passage and carriage throughout England. [Reading Charters, 2]
14/05/1379 Richmond (Yorkshire) Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers and other lieges throughout the realm to allow John duke of Brittany and earl of Richmond and all his men and tenants of Richmondshire to be quit of all toll throughout the realm, as they and their antecedants used to be since time out of memory. [CCR 1377-81, 188]
18/06/1379 Richmond (Yorkshire) Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers and other lieges throughout the realm not to allow John duke of Brittany and earl of Richmond and all his men and tenants of Richmondshire to be quit of all toll, pontage, murage, pavage, lastage, passage, stallage, quayage and picage on their goods throughout the realm, as they and their antecedants used to be since time out of memory. [CCR 1377-81, 193-4]
26/07/1379 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of customs in Sandwich to allow 2 ships of Flanders, there loaded with merchandise, bound for Bordeaux and now brought to the coast of Sandwich for refreshment as well as for safety, to be brought into the said port without payment of custom, provided that none of the cargo is unloaded. [CCR 1377-81, 261-2]
12/01/1379 Sandwich (Kent)
Dover (Kent)
Deal (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs in Sandwich to allow certain merchants to load certain wool which was brought from Boston, where custom was paid for it, in a ship, and to take it to Calais without a second payment of customs, as the original ship was driven by a storm to Deal between Dover and Sandwich and there wrecked, and only the persons and merchandise on board came to shore safely. [CCR 1377-81, 168-9]
08/10/1379 Shippenham [Chippenham?] (Wiltshire [?])
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Reginald atte Perye of Shippenham for non-appearance to answer Philip Herlawe, citizen and armourer of London, for a debt of 60s. [CPR 1377-81, 387]
30/04/1379 St Neots (Cornwall)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Croos of St Neots for non-appearance to answer Robert Waleys, citizen and skinner of London, for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1377-81, 320]
15/10/1379 Stamford (Lincolnshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Geoffrey Smythe of Stamford for non-appearance to answer John Maymond, citizen of London, for a debt of £4. 8d. [CPR 1377-81, 387]
14/06/1379 Strangerwaith (Westmorland)
Hornby (Lancashire)
Grant to James de Pykeryng, knight, and John de Yorke, in aid of the repair of the bridge of Strangerwaith over the water of Lone, of pontage for 3 years, from things saleable coming from the priory of Hornby to the bridge called "Lonesbrig" over Tebay in Westmoreland. [CPR 1377-81, 354]
25/01/1379 Thaxted (Essex) Pardon of his outlawry in Essex to William Patregos of Thaxsted for non-appearance to answer Henry Yerdele of Thaxsted for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1377-81, 286]
18/05/1379 Thrapston (Northamptonshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Thomas Bittersey, parson of the church of Thrapston, for non-appearance to answer John Reve, citizen and tailor of London, for a debt of £10. [CPR 1377-81, 330]
12/05/1379 Warwick (Warwickshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Aleyn of Warwick for non-apperance to answer John Michel, citizen and vintner of London, for a debt of 8 marks. [CPR 1377-81, 321]
27/09/1379 Wetherby (Yorkshire) Grant to the good men of Wetherby of pontage for 3 years, to be taken from those crossing either the river or the bridge over it. [CPR 1377-81, 390]
12/05/1379 Wendover (Buckinghamshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Fyssher of Wendover for non-appearance to answer John Queldryk, citizen and fishmonger of London, for a debt of £8. [CPR 1377-81, 321]
26/05/1379 Westminster (Middlesex)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in Middlesex to Robert Aleyn, fishmonger of London, for non-appearance to answer Nicholas, abbot of Westminster, for a debt of £56. [CPR 1377-81, 331]
18/12/1379 Westminster (Middlesex)
Wandsworth (Surrey)
London
Recognisance of John Smyth, tiler of Wandsworth, and John Loueliche, tiler of Westminster, to Robert de Muskham, clerk for £10. to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in Surrey and Middlesex. Defeasance of the above on condition that before 12/3/1380 John Smyth shall cause 10,000 tiles according to sample to be brought to "Templebrugge" London and there unloaded to the said Robert's use, and other 10,000 before 1 May next for which Robert has paid 40s and shall pay 40s on delivery of the first 10,000 and 20s on delivery of the rest. [CCR 1377-81, 345]
11/02/1379 Wheathampstead (Hertfordshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Adam Basely of Wheathampstead for non-apperance to answer Fulk de Horwode, citizen and merchant of London, for a debt of £9. [CPR 1377-81, 320]
10/11/1379 Winchelsea (Sussex) Order to the mayor, bailiffs and burgesses of Winchelsea to allow William de Etchingham, knight, and anyone else to sell their planks and timber to any willing to buy, and the buyers to buy and take or send the same over sea, paying the customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1377-81, 276]
10/12/1379 Witney (Oxfordshire) Recognisance of John Kirtlyngton of Witney to John Woderoue of Witney for 40s. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Oxfordshire. [CCR 1377-81, 342]
05/06/1379 Worcester (Worcestershire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Miles of Worcester for non-appearance to answer William de Brampton, citizen of London, for a debt of 60s. [CPR 1377-81, 331]
1379 Wylye (Wiltshire) In 1379 there were 2 tanners at Wylye. [VCH Wilts XV, 302]
13/04/1380 Wylye (Wiltshire) Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers and other lieges throughout the realm to allow John duke of Brittany and earl of Richmond, all other earls, their men and tenants to be quit of all toll, pontage, murage, pavage, lastage, passage, stallage, quayage and picage on their goods throughout the realm, as they and their antecedants used to be since time out of memory. [CCR 1377-81, 301-2]
10/11/1380 Barton-upon-Humber (Lincolnshire) Grant to Thomas de Boston, John de Witham and John de Wyliby of pavage for 3 years for paving the town of Barton upon Humber. [CPR 1377-81, 557]
13/04/1380 Blything (Suffolk)
Wangford (Suffolk)
Order to the sheriff, the farmers or keepers of the hundreds of Blything and Wangford to pay to William Joce the king's sergeant £10. a year and the arrears since Easter 2 Richard II, as on 5 June 50 Edward III the king's father granted to the said William for good service £10. a year for life of the issues and profits arising from a purparty of the "tolbothe" of King's Lynn, which the king later regranted, and hence William is to receive his £10. from the issues of the said hundreds. [CCR 1377-81, 299-300]
23/04/1380 Borstal (Kent)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Thacham of Borstal for non-appearance to answer William Kenteys, pewterer of London, for a debt of £20. 16s. 8d. [CPR 1377-81, 432]
18/04/1380 Bridgend (Lincolnshire) Grant to the prior of St Saviour's Bridgend of pontage for 2 years for the repair of the bridge of Bridgend. [CPR 1377-81, 486]
19/04/1380 Burstead (Essex)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Parker of Burstead for non-appearance to render £20. 10s, to John Hervy of London. [CPR 1377-81, 431]
23/11/1380 Cambridge (Cambridgeshire) Grant to John Blankpayn and Robert Brygham of pavage for 4 years for paving Cambridge, without prejudice to the privileges of the clerks of the university. [CPR 1377-81, 559]
24/05/1380 Chatham (Kent)
Leeds (Kent)
Order to the escheators in Kent and Surrey to let Leeds priory have the free administration of their property, saving to the king Chatham fair. [CCR 1377-81, 313]
23/12/1380 Cheshunt (Hertfordshire)
Waltham Holy Cross (Essex)
Grant to Richard Sheryngge, Gamelin Impheye and Thomas Swetewode of Cheshunt, Thomas Haket, John Poley, and Roger Herraff of Waltham Holy Cross, of pontage for 4 years in aid of the repair of "Smalleybrigge" between Waltham Holy Cross and Cheshunt on the confines of the counties of Essex and Hertfordshire. [CPR 1377-81, 583]
10/07/1380 Chesterton (Cambridgeshire)
Milton (Cambridgeshire)
Cambridge (Cambridgeshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John Stryk of Chesterton for non-appearance to answer Geoffrey Wycher of Milton for a debt of £20. and Thomas Tryvet of Cambridge for a debt of 110s. [CPR 1377-81, 522]
08/10/1380 Chichester (Sussex) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Chichester to deliver to Walter Merston, constable of Cherbourg, a balinger and its cargo, recntly brought to England from Cherbourg and arrested in the port of Chichester, if he can prove it to be his property, as certain other merchants claim that the ship was theirs by hire and was stolen and withheld from them. [CCR 1377-81, 409]
18/07/1380 Colchester (Essex) Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Bakton of Colchester at suit of John Godard of Colchester for an account. Mainpernors for Bakton: Thomas Wynter, goldsmith of London, Nicholas Nowell of Suffolk, Richard Melburne of Derbyshire, Robert Payn of Middlesex. [CCR 1377-81, 473]
13/04/1380 Coventry (Warwickshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Henry Tyso of Coventry for non-appearance to answer Thomas Austyn, citizen of London, for a debt of 69s. [CPR 1377-81, 430]
26/04/1380 Dartford (Kent)
Canterbury (Kent)
Rochester (Kent)
London
Order to the bailiffs of Canterbury, Rochester and Dartford to allow merchandise of the merchants of Lombardy living in London, which by letters of cocket they know to have been cocketed and customed and the custom and subsidies paid, to pass through the said cities and town without demanding a second payment. [CCR 1377-81, 302]
16/11/1380 Finedon (Northamptonshire) Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers throughout the realm not to distrain the men and tenants of the manor of Finedon for payment of toll on their goods and property, if it is of the ancient demesne of the crown, according to the custom of the realm that men of the ancient demesne of the crown are quit of such payment throughout the realm. [CCR 1377-81, 418]
13/10/1380 Grafham (Huntingdonshire) Recognisance of William de More of Grafham to John de Burton, parson of Grafham, for £44. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Huntingdonshire. [CCR 1377-81, 475]
14/06/1380 Great Harborough (Northamptonshire)
Coventry (Warwickshire)
Barford (Northamptonshire)
Pardon of his outlawries in Warwickshire and Northamptonshire to Thomas West of Harborough for non-appearance to answer Simon Hunte of Coventry and Richard Leycestre of Harborough or John Palmere of Barford and Amice his wife for debts of 20 marks and 10 marks respectively. [CPR 1377-81, 493]
28/10/1380 Grimoldby (Lincolnshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John Yerburgh of Grimoldby for non-appearance to answer John Whitchirche, citizen and skinner of London, for a debt of £90. [CPR 1377-81, 533]
16/06/1380 Grimsby (Lincolnshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to William Elmeshale of Grimsby for non-appearance to answer John Pounfreyt and Gilbert Maghfeld, executors of the will of Robert Pounfreyt, and William Ancrost, citizen of London, and Alice his wife, their co-executrix, for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1377-81, 493]
13/04/1380 Hatfield (Yorkshire)
Hadleigh (Essex)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John West of Hatfield for non-appearance to answer William Palmere, parson of Hadleigh, for a debt of £100. [CPR 1377-81, 430]
31/01/1380 Hatford (Berkshire)
Mere (Wiltshire)
Recognisance of John Stone of Hatford to Richard Dyere of Mere and John Skynnere of Mere for £16. 10s. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Berkshire. [CCR 1377-81, 351]
18/10/1380 Huntingdon (Huntingdonshire)
Boston (Lincolnshire)
London
York (Yorkshire)
Norwich (Norfolk)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Pardon to Robert Barbour alias Gysburgh alias Gysburn, barber of Huntingdon of his outlawries in Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk and London, and to Christina, his wife, of her waiver in Yorkshire and London, the former for non-appearance to answer Nicholas Haywod of Boston, John de Stodeye, citizen and vintner of London, Edmund Belleyetter and John Waryn, and John de Gysburn, merchant of York, for debts of £10., 111s. 1d., £38., and 100s. respectively, and to render his account to Henry, bishop of Norwich, for the time when he was his receiver, and both for non-appearance to answer William de Cressyngham, citizen and vintner of London, and Robert de Selby, merchant of Kingston upon Hull, for debts of £35. and £48. respectively. [CPR 1377-81, 555-6]
20/04/1380 Huntingdon (Huntingdonshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Taverner of Huntingdon for non-appearance to answer John de Stodeye, citizen and vintner of London, for a debt of £15. 7s. 5d. [CPR 1377-81, 431]
30/09/1380 Islington (Middlesex)
London
Grant to William Stowe and Roger Bernard of pavage for 1 year for repair of the highway from Smithfield Bar to Gore's place, Islington. [CPR 1377-81, 548]
21/10/1380 Lasborough (Gloucestershire)
London
Recognisance of Walter Broun, lord of Lasborough, to Walter Ludeneye, citizen and draper of London, for £37. 2s. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Gloucestershire. [CCR 1377-81, 476]
08/07/1380 Leicester (Leicestershire)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in Huntingdonshire to William Fode of Leicester for non-appearance to answer John White of King's Lynn for a debt of £11. [CPR 1377-81, 522]
06/07/1380 Leominster (Herefordshire)
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Wiltshire to Richard Lorymer of Leominster for non-appearance to answer John Beneyt of Salisbury for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1377-81, 522]
28/04/1380 Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
Yorkshire
Exemplification at the request of the citizens of Lincoln of a certificate returned into the chancery of the late king: Pleas of Lincolnshire, Easter 1263. The king's bailiffs of Lincoln were attached to answer Peter de Sabaudia why they demand toll of his men of the honour of Richmond coming into Lincoln with things for sale, they having been heretofore quit of toll throughout England since the conquest. He complains that in the past 12 years the bailiffs have demanded for every horse bought or sold 1d, for every ox 1/2d, for every cart 2d, for every vessel 4d, for every 24 sheep 1d, and for every quarter of corn 1d, and that he has thereby been damnified £500. The bailiffs plead that they hold the city of the king and take the toll as that of which Henry II was seised and cannot answer for it without the king. Peter pleads that at the time of the demise his men were quit of toll and have been ever since, apart from the past 12 years. Finally it was agreed per licenciam that all men of the honour of Richmond should be quit within the metes of the city of Lincoln in respect of all things which are born, feed or grown within the liberty of that honour and all things which are bought for the sustenance of them and their tenants of that honour; but if any men thereof buy and further sell any things as merchandise, they shall pay a reasonable toll for them. Also, the said men will pay for every vessel with "helmerother" coming within the metes of the city 2d, and for every vessel with "handerother" 1d, and this applies only to ships carrying merchandise previously bought by merchants and afterwards offered for sale, and not to other things. [CPR 1377-81, 461]
10/07/1380 London Pardon of their outlawry in London to Richard Wandesford and John Cheddre, citizens of London, for non-appearance to render £40. to the executors of Adam Fraunceys, late citizen and mercer of London. [CPR 1377-81, 522]
15/09/1380 London Grant to Richard Cook, Richard Ardern, John Brakele and Richard Parker of pavage for 1 year, in aid of the repair of Chancery Lane and the highway from Portpullbrigg to Tyburn. [CPR 1377-81, 544]
29/10/1380 London Pardon of his outlawry in London to Robert Heston, citizen and clothier of London, for non-appearance to answer John Davy, citizen and fishmonger of London, and Nicholas Couele for a debt of 40 marks. [CPR 1377-81, 554]
13/08/1380 London Recognisance of Robert Rus, "brasier" of London to Gilbert Melbourne, citizen of London, Thomas Noket, citizen and draper of London, John Langehorne, citizen and "brasier" of London, and William Etoun of Kent for 400 marks to be levied in default of payment of all his lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1377-81, 466]
07/06/1380 London Pardon of his outlawry in London to John Bordet, knight, for non-appearance to answer Peter de Elsyngham, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of 5 marks. [CPR 1377-81, 493]
19/10/1380 London Recognisance of Richard Palmer, citizen and draper of London, to John de Norhampton, citizen and draper of London, for £166. 16s. 8d. payable in installments, to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. [CCR 1377-81, 478]
11/02/1380 London
Cambridgeshire
Defeasance of a bond in 80 marks of John Avenell, knight, Baldwin St George, knight and John Sybylle of Cambridgeshire, to John Maryns, citizen and spicer of London, on condition that they pay 40 marks within 4 years, 5 marks at Michaelmas next or within 1 month, 5 marks at Easter following or within 1 month, and so from year to year. (The bond, dated 9/2/1380, for 80 marks payable at Michaelmas 1380 at Maryns' manse in Shepe, is enrolled ibid. p. 350) [CCR 1377-81, 347]
06/08/1380 London Sale by Robert Rus, "brasier" and citizen of London, to Robert Warbulton, citizen and mercer of London, and John Langthorne, citizen and "brasier" of London, of all his goods and chattels quick and dead in the city of London or without for money in hand paid. [CCR 1377-81, 466]
01/06/1380 London Receipt of Gilbert Prince "peyntour" of London to Sir Robert de Swillington for 40 marks in part payment of a debt due from John of Gaunt, over and above £30. received by the hands of the deceased abbot of Whalley. [CCR 1377-81, 381]
02/02/1380 London Acquittance of Robert Pikerell, citizen and saddler of London, to John Blount, knight of Wiltshire, for £120. due by a statute merchant and payable at Martinmas, 49 Edward III. [CCR 1377-81, 362]
22/02/1380 London
Northumberland
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Robert de Claveryng, knight of Northumberland, at suit of Robert Colan, citizen and armourer of London, for render of 10 marks. [CCR 1377-81, 366]
30/05/1380 London
Blakeney (Norfolk)
Order to the sheriffs of London to release Robert Berebagge and John Launce, seamen, imprisoned on suspicion of having purloined a great part of a quantity of salt fish purveyed by Robert Makeneye, the king's serjeant, for the expenses of the king's household and of other lieges in the area of Blakeney, and which they were bringing to London, which accusation the two men deny. Mainpernors for the seamen: Simon Holbroke, "flexmonger", William Redyng, brewer, Richard Kent, draper, Geoffrey Fraunceys, vintner, of London [CCR 1377-81, 386-7]
22/10/1380 London
Boston (Lincolnshire)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Order to William de Spaigne of Boston to deliver a barrel full of divers peltries to Reynold van Sonderen, merchant of Almain, which barrel the said Reynold put in a ship in Prussia to be taken to London, but the ship was wrecked off the port of King's Lynn and the barrel cast ashore at Boston, and is now in William's hands. It does however not qualify as wreck, as all the men in the ship escaped to land alive. [CCR 1377-81, 414-5]
21/10/1380 London
Croughton (Northamptonshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Richard Cudlyngton, parson of Croughton, for non-appearance to answer Gilbert Baker, citizen of London, John Excestre, saddler of London, and Thomas Long, citizen and goldsmith of London, for debts of £14. 14s. 10d., £4. 10s. 8d., and 5 marks respectively. [CPR 1377-81, 533]
06/06/1380 London
Goodrich (Herefordshire)
Irchenfield (Herefordshire)
Pardon to Gilbert Talbot, lord of the castle of Goodrich and Irchenfield, for non-appearance to answer John Sewale, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £300. [CPR 1377-81, 493]
26/10/1380 London
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Hugh Curson of Great Yarmouth for non-appearance to answer Thomas de Dale, draper of London, for a debt of 4 marks. [CPR 1377-81, 533]
10/05/1380 London
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Waterton of Kingston-upon-Hull at suit of John Boseham, citizen and mercer of London, for debt. [CCR 1377-81, 380]
08/03/1380 London
Knightsbridge (Middlesex)
Stratford-atte-Bow (Middlesex)
Order to the mayor and sheriffs of London to ensure that any oxen, sheep, pigs or other great beasts are brought to Knightsbridge on the one side and Stratford atte Bow on the other and no closer to London, and slaughtered there, and that only the meat and offal ready for sale are brought into London. [CCR 1377-81, 363-4]
18/07/1380 London
Rivenhall (Essex)
Order to the sheriffs of London to set free Robert Leenham of Rivenhall, imprisoned at suit of Roger de Kirketon of Colchester for debt. Mainpernors for Robert: John Walcote, woolmonger, John Leycestre, Henry Sparke, Roger Dalby, of the city of London [CCR 1377-81, 466]
24/10/1380 London
Stoke upon Terne (Shropshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Edmund Stebbyng, parson of the church of Stoke upon Terne, for non-appearance to answer John Shirborn, citizen and vintner of London, for a debt of £6. 12s. and John Norhampton, citizen and clothier of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1377-81, 533]
05/11/1380 London
Tamworth (Warwickshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John Staunford of Tamworth for non-appearance to answer Thomas Alby, citizen and merchant of London, and Edmund Alderford, citizen and mercer of London, for debts of £8. 6s. 8d. and £15. respectively. [CPR 1377-81, 554]
15/11/1380 Lowestoft (Suffolk)
Kirkley (Suffolk)
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Scarborough (Yorkshire)
Hartlepool (Durham)
Licence for Geoffrey Richer, barker of Lowestoft, to ship 60 dickers of hides from Newcastle upon Tyne, Scarborough and Hartlepool to the port of Kirkley. [CPR 1377-81, 553]
29/10/1380 Maldon (Essex) Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow the burgesses of Maldon to use and enjoy all their liberties granted by charter of king Henry II and confirmed by the king, including quittance of toll in all markets and fairs, on passage of bridges ways and of the sea throughout the realm, tallage, scutage, lastage, and hidage. [CCR 1377-81, 414]
11/05/1380 Mere (Wiltshire) Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers and other lieges throughout the realm not to distrain the men and tenants of the manor of Mere for payment of toll on their goods and property, as they and their ancestors have been quit of such payments since time beyond memory. [CCR 1377-81, 304]
08/12/1380 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Morpeth (Northumberland)
Holy Island (Northumberland)
Newbiggin (Northumberland)
London
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Licence for John Trippe of Newcastle upon Tyne and Adam de Burton of Morpeth to ship 8 lasts of hides from Holy Island, Newbiggin and Newcastle to King's Lynn, Great Yarmouth or London. [CPR 1377-81, 582]
20/11/1380 Newport Pagnell (Buckinghamshire) Grant to Thomas Cowe, Robert Bewes, John Taillour of Newport Pagnell, and Simon Swet, of pontage for 3 years for repair of the bridges of Northbridge and Southbridge in Newport Pagnell. [CPR 1377-81, 562]
28/09/1380 Northampton (Northamptonshire)
St Albans (Hertfordshire)
Dunstable (Bedfordshire)
Woburn (Bedfordshire)
Stony Stratford (Buckinghamshire)
Newport Pagnell (Buckinghamshire)
High Barnet (Hertfordshire)
Order to the bailiffs, true men and victuallers of Barnet (Herts.), St Albans (Herts.), Dunstable (Beds.), Woburn (Beds.), Stony Stratford (Bucks.) and Newport Pagnell (Bucks.) to cause all sorts of victuals which will be needed for the coming of the king's lieges who will shortly be on their way to parliament in Northampton to be bought and purveyed and carried to the said towns. The bailiffs are to put reasonable prices on all the goods to prevent any shortage or excessive dearness of victuals in these towns. [CCR 1377-81, 406]
15/2/1379-80 Norwich (Norfolk) Inspeximus and confirmation by Richard II of his previous confirmation of the various charters of the citizens of Norwich, granting them (among other liberties) quittance from toll, pontage, pavage, passage, picage, murage, carriage, quayage, rivage and lastage throughout the realm. [Norwich Records I, 29-30]
14/04/1380 Oxford (Oxfordshire)
Headington (Oxfordshire)
Grant to Richard Forester, William de Godeshale and John Gibbes, burgesses of Oxford, of pavage for 2 years, for the king's highway between Cherwell bridge, outside the east gate of Oxford, and Headington Hill. [CPR 1377-81, 458]
20/02/1380 Rievaulx (Yorkshire) Inspeximus and confirmation in favour of William abbot of Rievaulx and the convent there of a charter of Henry I, granting to the men of the abbey of Rievaulx quittance of toll, passage, pontage and all other customs for themselves, their goods and horses throughout the realm. [CPR 1377-81, 441-2]
03/12/1380 Rothwell (Northamptonshire) Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers and other lieges throughout the realm not to distrain the men and tenants of Hugh, earl of Stafford, of the town of Rothwell, being tenants of the honour of Gloucester, for payment of toll on their goods within the realm, as according to the custom of England the men of that honour should be quit of such payments and they and their ancestors have been since time beyond memory. [CCR 1377-81, 413]
13/10/1380 Scarborough (Yorkshire)
Old Malton (Yorkshire)
Butleigh (Somerset)
London
Pardon of his outlawries in London and Middlesex to William Semer of Scarborough for non-appearance in the reign of Edward III to answer John Palmer of Butleigh, Richard Bald of Old Malton, late servant of William de Sandford, clerk, and Richard Barry citizen and merchant of London, for debts of £10., 5 marks and 40s. respectively. [CPR 1377-81, 532]
19/09/1380 Smallhythe (Kent)
Dover (Kent)
Order to Philip Enterden of Smallhythe to restore to Christian Cruce, master of a ship of Bruges, 8 barrels of white herring, 5 barrels of pitch, and 1 sea chest containing property to the value of 24 nobles, which he in company with other evildoers recently took at sea between Dover and Wissant, while the ship was on the way to England to sell the goods and buy others to take to Flanders. [CCR 1377-81, 405]
13/06/1380 Southchurch (Essex)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to John Fraunceys of Southchurch for non-appearance to answer Roger Eles, citizen and waxchandler of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1377-81, 493]
26/04/1380 Spixworth (Norfolk)
Horsford (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Robert Whayte of Horsford for non-appearance to answer Thomas Bardolf of Spixworth for a debt of £10. [CPR 1377-81, 432]
01/12/1380 Stony Stratford (Buckinghamshire) Grant to Alexander Dynby and John Vincent of pontage for 6 years for repair of a bridge at Stony Stratford. [CPR 1377-81, 559]
17/02/1380 Strethall (Essex)
Walden (Essex)
Pardon of his outlawry in Essex to John de Stokton, parson of the church of Strethall, for non-appearance to answer John Barbour of Walden and Thomas Dyghere for a debt of 10 marks. [CPR 1377-81, 430]
08/02/1380 Sutton (Essex [?])
London
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to William Gille of Sutton for non-appearance to render to Thomas del Donne, citizen and skinner of London, 25 quarters of salt, value 100s. [CPR 1377-81, 429]
26/11/1380 Walshford (Yorkshire) Grant to Robert de Tecote, proctor of Walshford bridge, of pontage for 2 years for its repair. [CPR 1377-81, 562]
04/02/1380 Ware (Hertfordshire)
London
Canterbury (Kent)
Pardon of his outlawry in the husting of London to Geoffrey Blounham, mason of Ware, for non-appearance to answer William Palmere, proctor general of Simon, late cardinal of Canterbury, Roger de Fulthorpe, knight (when sued with Nicholas Blake), Thomas Asshebourne, prior of the Augustinian friars of London, and John Savage of St Anthony's London, touching debts of £100., £70., £20. and £20. respectively. [CPR 1377-81, 429]
10/04/1380 Ware (Hertfordshire)
Waltham (Essex)
London
Commission of oyer and terminer (among other matters) to enquire who have taken toll, customs or other prises and profits from ships and boats passing through the river running from Ware to Waltham and thence to the Thames near the Tower, and to punish offenders. [CPR 1377-81, 474]
07/12/1380 Warwick (Warwickshire) Grant to William Hobkyns, William Lyndraper, John Hukyn, Robert Walden and William del Chaumbre of pontage for 3 years for repair of the great bridge over the Avon in Warwick. [CPR 1377-81, 563]
07/06/1380 Wellington (Shropshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Robert de Upcote of Wellington for non-appearance to render 40 marks to James Hadresham, citizen and fishmonger of London, executor of the will of Robert Cressewell. [CPR 1377-81, 493]
18/10/1380 Winchester (Hampshire)
East Meon (Hampshire)
Havant (Hampshire)
Hambledon (Hampshire)
Fareham (Hampshire)
Alverstoke (Hampshire)
Gosport (Hampshire)
Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow William de Wykham, bishop of Winchester, and his men and tenants of East Meon, Havant, Hambledon, Fareham, Alverstoke and Gosport to use and enjoy all their liberties granted by charters of former kings and confirmed by the king, including quittance of toll, talliage, terrage, passage, pesage, pavage, payage, picage, pontage, quayage, stallage, murage, carriage, lestage, and every other custom upon their goods carried by land or water, also for tronage except in those places where wool is customed. [CCR 1377-81, 410]
08/12/1380 Wolseley (Staffordshire) Grant to John de Wolsley and John de Neuhagh of pontage for 3 years for repair of the bridge of Wolseley. [CPR 1377-81, 563]
07/05/1380 Wyvelsthorn (Buckinghamshire)
Wendover (Buckinghamshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Buckinghamshire to William Godsped of Wyvelsthorn for non-appearance to answer John Aylesbury, knight, and Alice his wife for a debt of £10. and Thomas atte Hill of Wendover, when sued with John Prest of Wyvelsthorp for a debt of £66. [CPR 1377-81, 432]
14/11/1380 York (Yorkshire) Grant to the mayor and citizens of York of quayage for 3 years for the maintenance of the newly constructed quay on the Ouse, between Ousebridge and the lodging of the Friars Minors. [CPR 1377-81, 553]
20/02/1380 York (Yorkshire)
Alne (Yorkshire)
Tollerton (Yorkshire)
Acomb (Yorkshire)
Holgate (Yorkshire)
Newthrop (Bishopthorpe?) (Yorkshire)
Clifton (Yorkshire)
Langtoft (Yorkshire)
Wilton (Yorkshire)
Mottisfont (Hampshire)
Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow Master John de Clifford, treasurer and canon of the church of St Peter York, his men and tenants of Mottisfont (Hants.), Alne, Tollerton, Acomb, Holgate, Newthorp, Clifton, Langtoft and Wilton to use and enjoy all their liberties granted by charters of former kings and confirmed by the king, including in city and borough, markets and fairs, in passage of bridges and seaports and in all places throughout England quittance of toll, tallage, passage, pedage, lastage, hidage, wardage, stallage, murage, pontage, pavage, and picage. [CCR 1377-81, 285]