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Market Privileges 1381-1385

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Market Privileges 1381-1385

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.
30/07/1381 Cambridgeshire Order to the escheator in Cambridgeshire to seize into the king's hand all great beasts, sheep, fish, honey and other victuals meet for the expenses of the king's household, which are forfeit to the king for whatever cause in that county and to keep them for that purpose. [CCR 1381-85, 7]
11/05/1381 Andover (Hampshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John Peusay of Andover for non-appearance to answer Adam Stable, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £8. [CPR 1377-81, 622]
07/02/1381 Attleborough (Norfolk)
Newton (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in Middlesex to Thomas Brampton of Attleborough for non-appearance to answer Walter Elyot of Newton for a debt of 40s. and to restore a horse, value 60s. [CPR 1377-81, 555]
10/12/1381 Beverley (Yorkshire) Grant to the burgesses and good men of Beverley of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 59]
18/10/1381 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 1381-85, 44]
06/12/1381 Bridgnorth (Shropshire) Grant to the burgesses and good men of Bridgenorth of murage and pontage for 10 years. [CPR 1381-85, 69]
15/02/1381 Buckingham (Buckinghamshire) Pardon of his outlawry in Buckinghamshire to William Goddis of Buckingham for non-appearance to answer John Oundell of Buckingham for a debt of £16. 4s. [CPR 1377-81, 593]
01/05/1381 Burnham (Buckinghamshire) Demise by John Muriel, parson of Wortham to Robert, son of Ralph de Hemenhale, knight, and Joan his wife of the manor of Burnham, and its appurtenances, including "markets and fairs". [CCR 1377-81, 512]
12/02/1381 Hastings (Kent)
Romney (Kent)
Hythe (Kent)
Sandwich (Kent)
Dover (Kent)
Rye (Sussex)
Winchelsea (Sussex)
Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow the barons of the Cinque Ports to use and enjoy all their liberties granted by charters of former kings and confirmed by the king, including quittance of all toll and custom, namely lastage, tallage, passage, rivage, quayage, wreck, sale, achat, rachat and sponsagium throughout the king's land and power and to be quit concerning all their property and all their market as are the king's free men. [CCR 1377-81, 427]
25/10/1381 Cliff-at-Hoo (Kent)
Plymouth (Devon)
London
Southwark (Surrey)
Order to the king's searchers in the port of Plymouth to deliver to Stephen Hales of Southwark 2 long cloths, one black, one tawney, which he recently loaded into a ship of Cliffe and paid customs for in the port of London to take abroad, and when the ship came to Plymouth the cloth was arrested because Hales was unable to produce letters of cocket. [CCR 1381-85, 22]
25/11/1381 Colchester (Essex)
Norwich (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in Norfolk to Geoffrey Dawe of Colchester for non-appearance to answer the prior of Holy Trinity, Norwich, for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1381-85, 40]
15/02/1381 Coventry (Warwickshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Richard Ayrdale of Coventry for non-appearance to answer William Venour of London for a debt of £22. 13s. 4d. [CPR 1377-81, 593]
09/12/1381 Dorchester (Dorset) Grant to the bailiffs of Dorchester of pontage for 3 years for the repair of the bridge over the Thames. [CPR 1381-85, 64]
12/03/1381 Dover (Kent)
York (Yorkshire)
Order to the prior of Dover for the time being and all his officers and ministers to allow the citizens of York, their heirs and successors to enjoy all their liberties granted by charters of former kings and confirmed by the king, including quittance of toll, lastage, wreck, pontage, passage, and trespass throughout England, Normandy, Aquitaine, Anjou and Poitou and the ports and sea coasts thereof. [CCR 1377-81, 442]
01/05/1381 Droitwich (Worcestershire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Droitwich of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1377-81, 619]
06/02/1381 Exning (Suffolk)
Brentwood (Essex)
Pardon of his outlawry in Suffolk to William Pottok of Brentwood for non-appearance to answer John Belamy of Exning for a debt of £10. [CPR 1377-81, 533]
01/02/1381 Fordwich (Kent)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John Fox, mariner of Fordwich, for non-appearance to answer Walter Doget, citizen and vintner of London, for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1377-81, 554]
06/02/1381 Gloucester (Gloucestershire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Gloucester of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1377-81, 585]
28/03/1381 Godmanchester (Huntingdonshire) Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers and other lieges throughout the realm not to distrain the men of the king's manor of Godmanchester, 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, 446]
16/07/1381 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk) Order to the bailiffs, searcher of forfeitures and keepers of the passage in Great Yarmouth to allow certain merchants of the Hanse of Almain, who lately loaded 3 ships of Hamburg with woollen cloths to be taken overseas and have paid the customs, duties and subsidies, to pass freely from that port with their ships and goods. [CCR 1381-85, 1-2]
06/02/1381 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk) Order to the collectors of customs in the port of Great Yarmouth to allow Henry de Percy, earl of Northumberland, without payment of custom or subsidy to take overseas 34 sarplers 4 sacks of wool, 7 sarplers 2 sacks of woolfells, 24 woolfells and 29 dakers of oxhides and cowhides, as he as warden of the marches towards Scotland took them under his safe conduct and they were taken at sea, but arrested in Great Yarmouth, and because of their long detention they are badly damaged, so the earl intends to take them overseas to sell at the best price he can. [CCR 1377-81, 440]
18/10/1381 Harringay Park (Middlesex)
London
Grant to John Charney for 5 years for repair of the highway between Newgate and Harringay Park and Smithfield Bar of the following customs to be levied at any point of the same: 1/4d. for every horse-load and 1d. for every cart-load of merchandise, with the exception of wool, hides and woolfells, 1d. for every 20 oxen, bullocks or cows for sale, 1/2d. for every 20 pigs, 1/4d. for every 20 sheep. [pavage] [CPR 1381-85, 48]
01/02/1381 Hitchin (Hertfordshire) Assignment of dower to Elizabeth, widow of Edward de Kendale, knight, and wife of Thomas Barre, includes 23s. 8 1/2d. of the market toll in the manor of Hitchin, which is demised for 8 marks a year. [CCR 1377-81, 506-7]
06/02/1381 Hollesley (Suffolk)
Framlingham (Suffolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in Suffolk to John Albard, parson of Hollesley, for non-appearance to answer Thomas Crane of Framlingham for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1377-81, 592]
16/12/1381 Huntingdon (Huntingdonshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Huntingdon, in consideration of their good behaviour in the late insurrection in stoutly resisting the insurgents, of pavage for 5 years. [CPR 1381-85, 69]
03/04/1381 Isle of Sheppey (Kent)
London
Pardon to Robert Kete of the Isle of Sheppey at the supplication of Ralph Reede, citizen and brazier of London, who lately sued him before the Common Bench for 8 marks, of his outlawry and the forfeiture of his goods. [CPR 1381-85, 17]
25/11/1381 Isle of Thanet (Kent)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Stephen Child of the Isle of Thanet for non-appearance to answer John Bokeston, citizen and cordwainer of London, for a debt of 10 marks. [CPR 1381-85, 41]
06/11/1381 Kingston upon Thames (Surrey)
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Wiltshire to Thomas Andrewe of Kingston on Thames for non-appearance to answer Walter Prentys of Salisbury for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1381-85, 40]
12/02/1381 Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire) Order to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer to discharge the mainpernors of Finalaus Ussher, merchant of Scotland, who recently at Skania loaded a ship of Seland with 16 lasts and 3 barrels of herring, 2 chests with cloth and his harness, to be taken to Flanders, but his ship was by a storm driven to the river Humber and arrested at Kingston-upon-Hull, and Ussher had to find security in case someone else claimed the said goods. Mainpernors for Finalaus: Thomas, son of Godfrey de Roos, Peter Torold, skinner of London [CCR 1377-81, 500]
06/03/1381 Knightsbridge (Middlesex)
London
Brentford (Middlesex)
Grant for 3 years to John Croucher of Knightsbridge that he may take certain customs there and elsewhere along the highway from the city of London to Brentford for repair of highways with an exemption in favour of the goods of ecclesiastics and those bought for their use. [toll, pavage] [CPR 1377-81, 605]
02/03/1381 Lewes (Sussex)
Chichester (Sussex)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of Chichester if necessary to take to Lewes the weights and balances used at Chichester to weigh wool, and there to weigh and cocket 60 sacks of wool of Richard earl of Arundel, and to allow him to take them to Calais after payment of customs subsidies and duties. [CCR 1377-81, 426]
11/05/1381 Limbury (Bedfordshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Hugh atte Hille of Limbury for non-appearance to answer William Venour, merchant of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1381-85, 13]
26/01/1381 Lincoln (Lincolnshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Lincoln of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1377-81, 585]
14/10/1381 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of John de Haddele, citizen and merchant of London, on his petition, and of William Neuport in respect of their demand for £25. or an account, as in 50 Edward III merchants of London were given arrested enemy goods in recompense for goods of their own arrested by the French, and of this compensation John still holds goods worth £25. and fears he will be charged therewith, as the king is distraining the then mayor and sheriffs of the city to account for the said goods. Mainpernors for John and William: Hugh Fastolf, citizen and fishmonger of London, William Cressewyke, citizen of London. [CCR 1381-85, 11-12]
22/05/1381 London Recognisance of John Cavendissh, citizen and draper of London, to Thomas Panton, citizen and goldsmith of London, for 220 marks to be levied in default of payment of his goods and chattels in the city of London [CCR 1377-81, 519]
08/11/1381 London Order to the collectors of customs and keepers of the pasage in London to allow Robert Parys, citizen and merchant of London, to load in London and send to a certain host in Flanders, with whom servants of Robert's are staying, 6 oxen for their sustenance, first paying the customs due. [CCR 1381-85, 24]
28/01/1381 London Order to the collectors of the petty custom in London to allow Walter Berghoff, merchant of Almain, to take three barrels of peltry by him lately imported overseas without further payment of customs, if he duly paid the customs and subsidies thereon when he imported them. [CCR 1377-81, 432]
26/02/1381 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of Nicholas Parkere of Woodstock and Margaret his wife, executrix of William Tommes of Chipping Norton, at suit of William Stokesby, vintner of London, for debt. Mainpernors for Nicholas and Margaret: John Woderoue, Nicholas Brackele, Richard Milton of Oxfordshire, John Evesham of London [CCR 1377-81, 502]
29/10/1381 London
Lincolnshire
Recognisance of William Tyler, esquire, to John Mangle, citizen and mercer of London, for 20l. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Lincolnshire. [CCR 1381-85, 92]
20/03/1381 London Order to the collectors of customs in the port of London to allow a pipe which the king is sending over sea containing 2 white and 2 russet cloths, marked with the usual mark of William Walworth, mayor of London, to pass without payment of custom or subsidy. [CCR 1377-81, 446-7]
08/11/1381 London
Essex
Hampshire
Kent
Licence for Robert Parys, citizen and merchant of London, to buy 300 quarters of corn in Essex, Hampshire and Kent and to export the same to Flanders in exchange for merchandise. [CPR 1381-85, 51]
04/02/1381 London
Allington (Kent)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Henry Serjant, parson of Allington, for non-appearance to answer William Brampton, citizen and stockfishmonger of London, for a debt of £18. [CPR 1377-81, 555]
13/10/1381 London
Bridgwater (Somerset)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John West of Bridgewater for non-appearance to answer Adam Stable, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £21. [CPR 1381-85, 39]
12/02/1381 London
Comberton (Cambridgeshire)
Hoddesdon (Hertfordshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in London and Cambridgeshire to Thomas Howesone, alias Howissone, alias Hughesson, of Comberton, for non-appearance to answer John Fitz Johan, John Reymond of Hoddesdon and William Reymond, citizen and girdler of London, for debts of £20., £4. 13s. 4d., and 40s respectively. [CPR 1377-81, 593]
05/04/1381 London
Guildford (Surrey)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of William Hallere, spicer of Guildford, at suit of Richard Hatfield, citizen and pepperer of London, for render of 40s. Mainpernors for William: Robert Loxele the younger, Thomas Ellewyke of Surrey, John Weston of Norfolk, John Woderoue of Oxfordshire [CCR 1377-81, 510]
16/03/1381 London
Kendal (Westmorland)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Peter Roos of Kendal at suit of John Stodeley, citizen and tailor of London for render of £12. 6s. Mainpernors for Peter: Robert de Garton, Thomas de Broghton and Nicholas de Greenham clerk of Yorkshire [CCR 1377-81, 503]
16/11/1381 London
Kennington (Surrey)
Notification to the king's butler that the king has pardoned John Forster, carter of London, for breaking by accident a tun of wine which he was transporting at his own risk from the Tower of London to the manor of Kennington. [CCR 1381-85, 24-25]
08/05/1381 London
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John de Waterton of Kingston upon Hull for non-appearance to answer John Boseham, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £4. [CPR 1377-81, 622]
30/04/1381 London
Nottingham (Nottinghamshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Robert Houden, pinner of Nottingham, for non-appearance to answer Stephen Child, pinner of London, for a debt of 60s. [CPR 1377-81, 593]
13/11/1381 London
Oxford (Oxfordshire)
Yorkshire
Nottinghamshire
Derbyshire
Safe conduct by land and sea for John de Gysburn, citizen of York, Adam Wellom and William Willesthorp, their servants and deputies, the king, at the supplication of William, bishop of Winchester, having granted them licence to buy 200 loads of lead in Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire and convey the same by way of London for the roofing of certain houses built by the bishop in his newly founded college in Oxford. [CPR 1381-85, 50]
12/10/1381 London
Shoreditch (Middlesex)
Grant to Hugh Frenyngham and Richard Sadelere, both of Shoreditch, for 1 year for repair of the highway between the hospital of St Mary without Bishopsgate, London, and the church of Shoreditch, of the following customs to be levied at any point of the same: 1/4d. for every horse-load and 1d. for every cart-load of merchandise, with the exception of wool, hides and woolfells. [toll, pavage] [CPR 1381-85, 43]
03/12/1381 London
Thornton (Lincolnshire)
Recognisance of Nicholas Brembre, knight, to Thomas abbot of Thornton and his successors for £535. 6s. 8d. payable at the abbey by instalments, to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Lincolnshire. [CCR 1381-85, 95]
16/10/1381 London
Worcester (Worcestershire)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Nicholas Dymars, citizen and merchant of Worcester, for non-appearance to answer Henry de Morton, citizen and fishmonger of London, for a debt of £50. 16s. [CPR 1381-85, 40]
18/04/1381 Lowestoft (Suffolk)
Kirkley (Suffolk)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Commission to make inquisition in Norfolk and Suffolk, on complaint by the commons of those counties that although in the parliament of Northampton a statute was passed and in that of Gloucester confirmed that grants by charter or letters patent contrary to statutes of general utility should be to no effect, the burgesses of Great Yarmouth pleading their charter, confirmed and renewed by the king, will not allow the said commons at any time of the year to buy or sell victuals at Kirkley. [CPR 1377-81, 633]
23/02/1381 Maidenhead (Berkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Maidenhead of pontage for 5 years. [CPR 1377-81, 602]
04/02/1381 Maidstone (Kent)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Alan Deghere of Maidstone for non-appearance to answer William Brampton, citizen and stockfishmonger of London, for a debt of £18. [CPR 1377-81, 554]
04/03/1381 Milton Bryant (Bedfordshire)
St Albans (Hertfordshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Simon Lymbrennere of St Albans at suit of Ellis Eywode of Milton Bryant for debt. Mainpernors for Simon: Richard Perers of Hertfordshire, Thomas Peyvre, John Parke of Luton, William Haddon of Dunstable. [CCR 1377-81, 502]
06/02/1381 Minster in Sheppey (Kent)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to William Whitelok of Minster for non-appearance to answer Ralph Reede, citizen and brewer of London, for a debt of 8 marks. [CPR 1377-81, 533]
06/11/1381 Montford (Shropshire)
Shrawardine (Shropshire)
Foxton (Shropshire)
Grant to Reginald de Ellesmere, John Pesselewe of Montford, John Wilkokes of Shrawardine, Richard le Nevill of Foxton, John son of Hugh de Ednesdon and John de Felton of pontage for 3 years for the repair of Montford Bridge. [CPR 1381-85, 53]
08/02/1381 Pontefract (Yorkshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Thomas Carter of Pontefract for non-appearance when sued with Robert Forster, chapman of Pontefract, to answer John More, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £7. [CPR 1377-81, 593]
06/02/1381 Queenborough (Kent)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Thomas Eltham of Queenborough for non-appearance to answer Ralph Reede, citizen and brewer of London, for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1377-81, 533]
03/02/1381 Redbridge (Hampshire) Grant to John Neweman, mason, that he may take pontage for 3 years for repair of Redbridge. [CPR 1377-81, 605]
17/05/1381 Salisbury (Wiltshire) Commission to examine and correct, if there be any error therein, a process and judgement rendered in a suit before the mayor of Calais between William de Montagu, earl of Salisbury, proctor and attorney of John de Butterlegh and Alesia his wife, executrix of the will of William Teynturer the younger, late citizen of Salisbury, William Warmewell and William Loorde, her co-executors and William Gilbert, called "Salesbury", touching a debt of £329. demanded by the earl from him. [CPR 1381-85, 21]
12/09/1381 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Sandwich to restore to certain merchants of Sluys a ship and its load of plaster, taken by certain men of Sandwich in the straits of Dover on its voyage to Flanders and brought to Sandwich. [CCR 1381-85, 10]
01/07/1381 Sandwich (Kent)
Winchelsea (Sussex)
Order to the collectors in the port of Sandwich to deliver to certain merchants of Ireland their goods and merchandise, which they loaded in Ireland in a ship of Winchelsea and paid custom. And the ship was driven to Sandwich by a storm and lost on its voyage to Flanders, so the merchants have put their goods in 6 small vessels of Flanders and they were not offered for sale. So the collectors are to allow them to leave the port without further payment of custom. [CCR 1381-85, 8]
28/01/1381 Selby (Yorkshire) Grant to the good men of Selby of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1377-81, 585]
10/04/1381 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the collectors of the 3d in the pound in Southampton not to compel Everard Freree, merchant of Almain to pay other customs than those paid by other merchants of Almain for pitch, bitumen and planks he brought to Southampton in his ship, although he is ready to pay 3d in the pound thereupon. [CCR 1377-81, 447]
24/05/1381 St Mary Cray (Kent)
Dartford (Kent)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John Dorkyng the younger of St Mary Cray for non-appearance when sued with John Dorkyng the elder and Richard Catal of Dartford to answer William Montagu, earl of Salisbury, for a debt of £28. [CPR 1381-85, 13]
16/02/1381 Staines (Middlesex) Grant to the good men of Staines of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1377-81, 600]
12/05/1381 Tetsworth (Oxfordshire)
Coates (Gloucestershire)
Crowthorne (Gloucestershire)
Order to the sheriff of Gloucester to deliver to Reynold Carter of Gloucester a wain and 8 horses and a tun of wine, which wain and horses Reynold handed over to William Herdewyke his servant, who loaded it with the wine, but at Coates in the hundred of Crowthorne in the liberty of the abbot of Cirencester William fell under one of the wheels and was crushed to death and the wain, horses and wine were seized by the abbot as forfeit. Mainpernors for Reynold: John Gybbes of Oxford, William Blyssed of Tetsworth [CCR 1377-81, 455-6]
16/05/1381 Tring (Hertfordshire) Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers and other lieges throughout the realm not to distrain the men and tenants of the archbishop of Canterbury of his manor of Tring for payment of toll on their goods and wares, as that manor is of the ancient demesne of the crown and they and their ancestors have been quit of such payments since time beyond memory; and they are being unlawfully distrained to make such payments at various places. [CCR 1377-81, 453]
20/04/1381 Winchester (Hampshire) Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow William de Wykham, bishop of Winchester, and his men and tenants 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, 448]
18/04/1381 Winchester (Hampshire)
Taunton (Somerset)
Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow William de Wykham, bishop of Winchester, and his men and tenants of his lands and fees of Taunton to be quit 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. [vacated because otherwise below, 20/4/1381] [CCR 1377-81, 447-8]
05/05/1381 Windsor (Berkshire) Order to all royal officials throughout England to allow the warden and canons of the king's chapel of Windsor, their men and tenants and those dwelling on their lands fees and places, to be quit of toll throughout the realm and the king's power, according to the late king's charter which the king has now confirmed. [CCR 1377-81, 451]
25/05/1381 Windsor (Berkshire) Grant to the good men of New Windsor of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 19]
24/04/1381 York (Yorkshire)
Kingston upon Thames (Surrey)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Thomas de Barowe, dyer of Kingston-upon-Thames, at suit of Thomas de Holme of York for debt. Mainpernors of Barowe: John de Asshley, Richard Goderd, Peter de Lincoln, Peter de Barowe of London. [CCR 1377-81, 523]
20/10/1381 York (Yorkshire)
London
Pardon of her waiver in London to Margaret, widow of Thomas de Watton, mercer of York, for non-appearance when sued with Thomas Spaldyng, as executors of her husband's will to render 117s. to Robert Bekerton, citizen and mercer of London. [CPR 1381-85, 40]
12/10/1382 Norfolk
Suffolk
Order to all mayors, bailiffs, customers, searchers, keepers of ports in maritime places etc. in Norfolk and Suffolk to allow alien fishermen, who will come with herring to any such ports and places and sell it, to take the price in gold or silver money and to take that to their own countries. [CCR 1381-85, 157]
14/12/1382 Appleby (Westmorland)
Coupeland Bek (Westmorland)
Kirkby Stephen (Westmorland)
Sowerby (Westmorland)
Grant to Thomas de Warthecop, John de Hereworth and other good men of Appleby of pontage for 4 years from merchandise cossing the rivers Eden and Coupeland Bek between Kirkby Stephen and Sowerby bridge, in aid of the repair of the "stanbrigg" of Appleby and the "trebrigg" of Coupeland Bek. [CPR 1381-85, 210]
19/06/1382 Aylesbury (Buckinghamshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to William Ferour of Aylesbury for non-appearance to answer Thomas de Ware, "ismonger" of London, for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1381-85, 131]
13/06/1382 Baldock (Hertfordshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to William Durnall of Baldock for non-appearance to answer John Michel, citizen of London, for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1381-85, 109]
16/05/1382 Bamborough (Northumberland)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Licence for Roger de Insula of Bamborough to ship 300 quarters of wheat in the port of King's Lynn and export them for gain to Northumberland. [CPR 1381-85, 118]
01/07/1382 Beedon (Berkshire)
Wheatley (Nottinghamshire)
Pardon of outlawry to William Eustace of Wheatley for non-appearance to answer William Baret of Beedon for a debt of £9. 13s. 4d. [CPR 1381-85, 147]
24/03/1382 Brickendon (Hertfordshire)
Bayford (Hertfordshire)
London
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Hugh Myrte, William West of Bayford and John Cartere of Brickendon at suit of John Fitz Symond, knight, for debt. Mainpernors for Hugh, William and John: John Walsyngham, armourer, Walter Kynton "coteler", Simon Philip, currier, and John White, currier, of the city of London. [CCR 1381-85, 115]
28/06/1382 Brisley (Norfolk)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Joan widow and executrix of Edmund Morel of Brisley for non-appearance to render £6. to Ralph de Brisele, draper of London. [CPR 1381-85, 147]
05/11/1382 Bromsgrove (Worcestershire)
Kingstone (Co. Hereford?) (Herefordshire [?])
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 Bromsgrove and Kingstone for payment of toll on their goods and wares, as that manor is of the ancient demesne of the crown and they and their ancestors have been quit of such payments since time beyond memory; and they are being unlawfully distrained to make such payments at various places. [CCR 1381-85, 166]
28/08/1382 Burton (Dorset [?]) Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Marchal of Burton at suit of Walter atte Sounde and John Croft, citizen of London, for debt. Mainpernors: John Constantyn, Thomas Wike, William Clenche and John Taillour of Middlesex [CCR 1381-85, 213]
14/10/1382 Cambridge (Cambridgeshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Richard Fouke, "coteller" of Cambridge, for non-appearance to answer Ralph Algar and Matilda his wife and Richard Pulle, citizen and "coteller" of London, for debts of 40 marks and £35. respectively. [CPR 1381-85, 170]
06/03/1382 Cambridge (Cambridgeshire)
Pontefract (Yorkshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Curteys of Cambridge, John Burton and John Wragby of Pontefract, hermit, at suit of William Tole, vicar of Herleston, for an account. Mainpernors: John Haliday, citizen and skinner of London, Simon Asshulle, John Carbroke and John Duke of Westminster [CCR 1381-85, 119]
18/03/1382 Carlisle (Cumberland) Grant to John de Bakhous, Robert Rosegill, chaplain, and Robert de Dalman of pontage for 4 years, in aid of the repair of the bridges over the rivers Eden and Caldew near Carlisle. [CPR 1381-85, 100]
28/10/1382 Carlisle (Cumberland)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Robert Parnyng, knight of Carlisle, for non-appearance to answer Thomas Fourneux, citizen and clothier of London, for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1381-85, 171]
08/06/1382 Chichester (Sussex) Order to the collectors of customs in the port of Chichester to allow certain merchants of Ireland to take the salvaged residue of certain goods loaded and customed in Ireland, the greater part of which was lost with the ships near Plymouth, and take it to Flanders without a second payment of customs or subsidies. [CCR 1381-85, 72]
15/10/1382 Coventry (Warwickshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Richard Dyster of Coventry for non-appearance to answer Thomas Neel, taverner of London, for a debt of £10. [CPR 1381-85, 170]
13/06/1382 Cromer (Norfolk)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Order to the collectors of custom in the port of Great Yarmouth to allow certain merchants, both native and alien, to take a ship full of goods, wool and merchandise to Calais without second payment of custom, as the ship was loaded at King's Lynn and the customs and subsidies due paid, but on the voyage the ship was so driven by the king's enemies that for fear of their lives the seamen touched at Cromer and put the goods ashore to save them, and now the said collectors are demanding a second payment of customs. [CCR 1381-85, 73]
03/11/1382 Driffield (Yorkshire)
Haxby (Yorkshire)
York (Yorkshire)
Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow John Bacoun, the king's clerk, prebendary of Driffield in the church of St Peter York, and his men of Driffield and Haxeby to be quit in city and borough, markets and fairs, and in passage of bridges, seaports etc, throughout England, of toll, tallage, passage, pedage, lastage, stallage, hidage, wardage, murage, pontage, pavage, picage and various other charges, as is granted among other liberties by charters of former kings, recently confirmed by the king. [CCR 1381-85, 165]
06/02/1382 Evesham (Worcestershire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Thomas Guytyng alias Gytyng of Evesham for non-appearance to answer Reginald Aleyn, citizen and spicer of London, and Richard Kene for debts of 53s. and £6. respectively. [CPR 1381-85, 89]
17/06/1382 Feckenham (Worcestershire)
Gloucestershire
Warwickshire
Staffordshire
Herefordshire
Order to all mayors and bailiffs of cities, boroughs and towns in Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire and Herefordshire to desist from distraining the men and tenants of the manor of Feckenham, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, for payments of toll on their goods and property, of which the men of the ancient demesne of the crown are quit by custom of the realm, and the king has learnt that the said mayors etc. are unlawfully distraining them. [CCR 1381-85, 72]
26/04/1382 Gloucester (Gloucestershire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Edmund Toky of Gloucester for non-appearance when sued with William Yawyn of Gloucester and John Webbe of Rosselane, Gloucester, to answer Thomas Garnet, merchant of London, for a debt of £38. [CPR 1381-85, 90]
19/06/1382 Goosnargh (Lancashire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Thomas Gussenare of Goosnargh for non-appearance to answer John More, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £22. 10s. [CPR 1381-85, 109]
19/03/1382 Grafham (Huntingdonshire) Recognisance of William More of Graffham to John de Burton, parson of Graffham, for £72., payable by instalments to begin at Midsummer 1383, to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Huntingdonshire. [CCR 1381-85, 114]
20/05/1382 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John Sleght of Great Yarmouth for non-appearance to answer Walter Sybyle, citizen of London, and Hugh Fastolf of Great Yarmouth for a debt of £18. [CPR 1381-85, 109]
22/05/1382 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Thomas Box, burgess of Great Yarmouth, for non-appearance to answer Walter Sybyle, citizen of London, and Hugh Fastolf of Great Yarmouth for a debt of £18. [CPR 1381-85, 109]
30/03/1382 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
London
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Hugh Spitlyng of Great Yarmouth at suit of William de Kerdeston, knight, for debt. Mainpernors: Reynold Paye, William Norwyche, William Campioun, John Houton, all of London. [CCR 1381-85, 120]
28/06/1382 Grendon (Northamptonshire)
Fakenham (Norfolk [?])
Recognisance of William "Onthehille" of Grendon to John de Sutton of Fakenham and Joan his wife for 100s. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Northamptonshire. [CCR 1381-85, 200]
12/05/1382 Hadstock (Essex)
London
Order to the sheriffs of London to set free John Segyn of Hadstock, as he has paid a debt of £48. to John de Ragenhill, citizen and fishmonger of London. [CCR 1381-85, 73-4]
07/07/1382 Hampstead (Middlesex)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Abbyndon alias de Abyndon, "that was the parysshprest of Hampstead", for non-appearance in the reign of Edward III to answer John Herman, "fourbour" of London, for a debt of 40s., and to render 20 quarters of oats, value 6 marks, to the prior of the order of Friars Preachers of London. [CPR 1381-85, 148]
08/01/1382 Happisburgh (Norfolk)
Wymondham (Norfolk)
Barton-upon-Humber (Lincolnshire)
London
Order to the admiral of the fleet to the north to send all records and processes before the king concerning a ship of Barton called "la James", which recently went to sea loaded with corn and other victuals for the city of London, but was so driven at sea by the king's enemies that the merchant and his servants abandoned it and escaped to land at Happisburgh in a boat, the ship being plunderd by the enemies of cargo and gear, was cast ashore at Happisburgh and was seized as wreck by the prior of Wymondham. [CCR 1381-85, 34]
20/06/1382 Hertford (Hertfordshire)
Wycombe (Buckinghamshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Roger del Ewerye, alias Fymoys, alias Barbour of Hertford or of Wycombe, for non-appearance to answer Henry Herbury, citizen and vintner of London, Walter Doget, citizen and vintner of London, John Seales, Edmund Bardolf, knight, and Reyna his wife, and John de Sutton, citizen of London, for debts of £4. 4s. 7d., £4. 8s., £7. 10s., 40s. and 100s. respectively, and to render 50s. to John Norton, draper, and John atte Wode, chaplain, executors of the will of John Sutton, late citizen and clothier of London, and Joan his wife, their co-executrix. [CPR 1381-85, 129]
09/02/1382 Hoo (Kent [?])
Icklesham (Sussex)
Pardon of his outlawry in Sussex to Geoffrey Brokere of Hoo for non-appearance to answer James Billyng of Icklesham for a debt of £14. 3s. [CPR 1381-85, 89]
11/11/1382 Howden (Yorkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Howden of pavage for 2 years. [CPR 1381-85, 187]
02/07/1382 Huntingdon (Huntingdonshire)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Robert de Gisbourne, alias le Barbour, of Huntingdon for non-appearance in the reign of Edward III to answer John Wroth, Walter Frost of Kingston upon Hull and Robert de Selby, merchant of Kingston upon Hull, for debts of £12., £10., and £48. respectively. [CPR 1381-85, 152]
12/10/1382 Ickleton (Cambridgeshire)
Passefeld (Cambridgeshire)
Pardon of outlawry to John Frost of Ickleton for non-appearance to answer John Copsheff of Passefeld for a debt of 5 marks. [CPR 1381-85, 170]
26/06/1382 King's Lynn (Norfolk) Among other farms and profits held by John Duke of Brittany and Joan his wife is a purparty in the "tholboth" of King's Lynn. [CCR 1381-85, 142]
27/10/1382 Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Kingston upon Hull of murage and quayage for 5 years. [CPR 1381-85, 175]
04/02/1382 Kendal (Westmorland) Grant to the good men of Kirkby in Kendal of pontage for 4 years in aid of the repair of "le North Brigg". [CPR 1381-85, 91]
02/01/1382 Kirkley (Suffolk) Order to the bailiff or lieutenant in the port of Kirkley to deliver 2 lasts of the herrings recently taken in a ship of Sluys in Flanders to Baldwin de Saint Homer, the master, for his and his seamen's sustenance. [CCR 1381-85, 31]
04/02/1382 Kirkley (Suffolk)
Lowestoft (Suffolk)
Order to the earl of Kent or his bailiffs of Lowestoft and Kirkley to restore to certain merchants of Almain 9 lasts 7 1/2 barrels and 1 "farendell" of herring and 220 ells of linen web marked with their marks, which they loaded at Skania in a ship of Sluys to take to Flanders, on their voyage touching at Kirkley, where the herring and cloth were arrested on the supposition that they belonged to the king's French enemies. [CCR 1381-85, 37]
21/11/1382 Leydon (Essex)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John, son of Thomas Gobyoun of Leydon, for non-appearance to answer Adam Bamme, citizen and goldsmith of London, for a debt of 24 marks. [CPR 1381-85, 171]
21/11/1382 Leydon (Essex)
London
Hertford (Hertfordshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Gobyon of Leydon for non-appearance to answer Adam Bamme, citizen and goldsmith of London, and Thomas Couk of Hertford for debts of 40s and £20. respectively. [CPR 1381-85, 171]
14/06/1382 Liverpool (Lancashire) Grant to the mayor and good men of Liverpool of pavage for 6 years. [CPR 1381-85, 130]
29/08/1382 London Gift by William Caly, mercer of London, to William Curlyng, citizen and mercer of London, his heirs and assigns, of all his goods and chattels within the realm. [CCR 1381-85, 214]
15/04/1382 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Amondesham, tailor of London, at suit of John Walsshe, citizen and goldsmith of London, for debt. Mainpernors: John Dymmok, John Bifelde, John de Louthe, John Hurst, tailors of London [CCR 1381-85, 123]
06/03/1382 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Ikelyngham, fellmonger, at suit of John Piel, William Halden and John Forneux, executors of Adam Fraunceys, citizen and mercer of London, for render of £24. Mainpernors: Baldwin Goderych, fellmonger of London, Henry Keteryng, skinner of London. [CCR 1381-85, 119]
26/04/1382 London Commission to enquire touching weirs, mills, pools, stakes and kiddles erected in the river from Ware to Waltham, and thence into the Thames near the Tower of London, and to remove all so erected since the time of Edward I, and to enquire touching toll taken without authority from ships, boats etc. at the said weirs etc. [CPR 1381-85, 144]
16/11/1382 London Order to the mayor and sheriffs of London to allow Thomas Murreux, constable of the Tower, to take and enjoy the customs mentioned hereafter, as all other constables used to do since time out of memory: of every boat brought to the city loaded with rushes such a quantity to be laid on the Tower wharf as might be held between a man's arms, of every boat bringing oysters, mussels and cockles one maund likewise there to be laid, of every ship coming to the city laden with wine one gallon before the mast and one after the mast thereof, every vessel unmoored by storm or wind or floating without steerage from London bridge to Gravesend or thence to London bridge to be taken by the constable and applied to his use, all swans coming beneath the bridge seawards or from the sea towards the bridge, all horses, cattle, pigs and sheep falling from the bridge into the Thames and every such beast swimming to the Tower through the midst of the bridge, which the constable may take, 1d for every foot of such beast feeding in the Tower ditch, and every wain empty or loaded that should fall into the ditch; also that no wain should come from the end of the street called "Petite Wales" over Tower hill or near the ditch to "Tourestreet" without being taken and brought within the Tower, that no wain should pass over the bridge between the castle ditch and the ditch of St Katharine's hospital without licence from the constable and if it do so, it should be brought within the Tower and content the constable for the trespass. [CCR 1381-85, 178]
28/02/1382 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of John But at suit of John Hende, citizen and draper of London, for debt. Mainpernors for But: John West, goldsmith, John Frensh, lorimer, John Walyngford, goldsmith, and John Bole of London [CCR 1381-85, 119]
20/08/1382 London Gift by Elizabeth, widow of John Chapman, "brasier" and citizen of London, to Robert Warbulton, mercer, and John Langehorne "brasier", citizens of London, and their assigns of all her movable and immovable goods in London and elsewhere. [CCR 1381-85, 211]
24/07/1382 London Gift by Roger Canon, citizen and mercer of London, to John Daue and Peter Elsyngham, citizens and mercers of London, their heirs and assigns, of all his goods and chattels quick and dead. [CCR 1381-85, 209]
26/09/1382 London Order to the collectors of the petty custom in the port of London to take of the merchants of the Hanse of Almain 12d. for every last of herring and no more, as certain merchants, who recently brought various lasts of herrings to London from Skania, have complained that they are being charged more than they should. [CCR 1381-85, 152]
30/04/1382 London Recognisance of Richard de Burton, tailor of London, to John Gerveys, tailor of London, and Thomas Bevyr, draper of London, for 100 marks to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. Cancelled on payment. [CCR 1381-85, 123]
22/10/1382 London
Cornwall
Devon
Somerset
Hampshire
Recognisance of Richard Sergeaux of Cornwall, knight, Henry Gadecombe of Devon, William Hoghton of Hampshire and John Barry of Somerset to Richard Ryver, coppersmith of London, for £60. to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in Cornwall. [CCR 1381-85, 216]
06/03/1382 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of Richard Sprot, spicer alias taverner of London, at suit of William Hokerygge for debt. Mainpernors of Richard: Nicholas Potyn, Hugh Sprot, Richard Wyddon, stockfishmonger, and William Eton, spicer, citizens of London. [CCR 1381-85, 116]
12/12/1382 London Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of London to receive from various merchants who have loaded wool in ships there, but due to reports newly received from Flanders dare not take it over, the customs and subsidies due, and to allow them to put it ashore again to keep it safe and dry. [CCR 1381-85, 188]
28/02/1382 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of Robert Aleyn, knight, fishmonger of London, and Maud his wife at suit of Robert Lenn for debt. Mainpernors for Robert: Thomas Hore, Simon Morle, John de Cotynton, and John de Dalton, of London. [CCR 1381-85, 112]
03/02/1382 London Recognisance of William Shrympelmershe, woodmonger of London, to Geoffrey Martyn for £10. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. Cancelled on payment. [CCR 1381-85, 106]
13/05/1382 London
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Reginald Lawes, burgess of Great Yarmouth, for non-appearance to answer Hugh Fastolf, burgess of Great Yarmouth, and Walter Sibile, citizen of London, for a debt of £18. [CPR 1381-85, 108]
06/03/1382 London
Milton (Kent)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Nicholas Faryndon of Milton at suit of Thomas Hedoun and Gunnora his wife, executors of William Porter for render of £4. 6s. 8d. Mainpernors for Nicholas: William Seyntcler of Kent, William Clenche, William Perpont, tailor, and John Vyncent, tailor, of the parish of St Clement Danes without New Temple Bar, London. [CCR 1381-85, 118]
06/03/1382 London
Milton (Kent)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Nicholas Faryndon of Milton at suit of Thomas Hedoun and Gunnora his wife, executors of William Porter, for render of 100s. Mainpernors for Nicholas: William Seyntcler of Kent, William Clenche, William Perpont, tailor, and John Vyncent, tailor, of the parish of St Clement Danes without New Temple Bar, London. [CCR 1381-85, 116]
04/02/1382 London
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Thomas Symond of Salisbury for non-appearance to answer William Venour, merchant of London, for a debt of £50. [CPR 1381-85, 89]
02/04/1382 London
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs in the port of Sandwich to allow certain merchants to export with out a second payment of custom certain wool, of which in the port of London John Philipot loaded 6 sacks 1/2 stone of wool in 2 sarplers, Edmund Olyver 8 sacks 24 stone in 4 sarplers, Henry fitz John 6 sacks 19 stone in 3 sarplers, Laurence Wyght 3 sacks 2 stone in 2 sarplers, John Curteys 4 sacks 17 stone in 2 sarplers, John Hawe 13 sacks 14 stone in 6 sarplers, Robert Dodyngton 6 1/2 sacks in 3 sarplers, John Botoner 4 sacks 17 stone in 2 sarplers, James Benyngton 6 sacks 9 stone in 3 sarplers in a certain ship which was taken at sea by enemies, but afterwards rescued and brought to Sandwich and the collectors are demanding a second payment of custom as though the wool were not already cocketed. [CCR 1381-85, 48]
06/03/1382 London
Wrotham (Surrey)
East Peckham (Kent)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Roger Randolf of East Peckham at suit of James Pekham of Wrotham for debt. Mainpernores for Roger: John Lyverpolle of London, Geoffrey de Hille and William Frendesbury of Surrey. [CCR 1381-85, 118]
16/02/1382 Lothingland (Suffolk)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Order to the earl of Kent's bailiffs in the hundred of Lothingland to allow certain merchants of England to load in ships and take to Calais without a second payment of customs certain wool and woolfells which they loaded in two ships at Kingston upon Hull, there paying custom and subsidies due, but the ships were driven ashore in the said hundred by a storm, and the wool and woolfells had to be brought ashore to dry. [CCR 1381-85, 41]
10/02/1382 Lowestoft (Suffolk)
Kirkley (Suffolk)
Order to the earl of Kent or his bailiffs of Lowestoft and Kirkley to restore to certain merchants of Almain 9 lasts 7 1/2 barrels and 1 "ferendell" of herring and 220 ells of linen cloth marked with their marks, which they loaded at Skania in a ship of Sluys to take to Flanders, on their voyage touching at Kirkley, where the herring and cloth were arrested on the supposition that they belonged to the king's French enemies. [CCR 1381-85, 35]
08/05/1382 Netley (Hampshire)
Hound (Hampshire)
East Wellow (Hampshire)
Totton (Hampshire)
Gomshall (in Shere) (Surrey)
North Leigh (Oxfordshire)
Kingston Deverell (Wiltshire)
Latton (Wiltshire)
Friars Waddon (in Portisham) (Dorset)
Ashley (in Litton Cheney) (Dorset)
Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow the abbot and monks of St Edward's monastry at Netley (Hants.) to use and enjoy their liberties granted by charters of former kings and confirmed by the king's letters patent, i.e. to be quit of toll in every market and fair and in all passage of bridges, ways and the sea throughout the realm, to have their markets and markets of their men in Netley, Hound (Hants.), East Wellow (Hants.), Totton (Hants.), Gomshall (Surrey), North Leigh (Oxon.), Kingston Deverell (Wilts.), Friars Waddon (Dorset), Ashley (Dorset), and Latton (Wilts.) also quit of toll, and that their ships have free passage on sea without any custom or demand. [CCR 1381-85, 58]
28/11/1382 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to dearrest the ships of certain merchants of Newcastle, unlawfully arrested in the port of King's Lynn. [CCR 1381-85, 174]
27/04/1382 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Newhaven (Sussex)
Order to the treasurer of Calais to allow certain merchants of Newcastle-upon-Tyne to take certain wool, woolfells and hides abroad whereever they like, if customs and subsidies have been paid, of which goods Robert Olyver recently loaded in a ship of Newhaven 3 sacks, 13 stone of wool in 2 sarplers, John Aukland 260 woolfells in one fardel, John Whithevede 200 woolfells in 1 fardel, John Chestre 300 woolfells in 1 fardel, Robert Hibbourne 200 woolfells in 1 fardel and 25 dakers of hides, John Horton 240 woolfells in 1 fardel and 12 hides, Henry del Grene 500 woolfells and 15 dakers of hides, William Johanson 1 last of hides and 7 hides Stephen de Muston 13 dakers and Robert de Raigneton 5 dakers of hides, all to be taken to Flanders, but the ship was by a storm driven to the coast of France near Calais, where it is now detained, because of other uncustomed goods found therein. [CCR 1381-85, 56]
10/11/1382 Nottingham (Nottinghamshire)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Mandate to admirals and others not to molest, nor to allow riparian owners on the Trent between Hull and Nottingham to delay, by taking tolls any vessels navigating that river when on account of the scantiness of water, they have to be haled by ropes from the shore; on complaint by the men of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire of the dearness of victuals caused thereby. [CPR 1381-85, 189]
12/10/1382 Oundle (Northamptonshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Oundle of pontage for 3 years in aid of the repair of Ashton Bridge near that town. [CPR 1381-85, 166]
06/12/1382 Over (Cambridgeshire)
Colby (Norfolk)
Commission to arrest William Bryd of Colby, outlawed for non-appearance to answer Robert de Muskham, parson of Over, for a debt of £99. 16s. 8d. [CPR 1381-85, 250]
02/07/1382 Over (Cambridgeshire)
Hendon (Middlesex)
London
Recognisance of John Bereford of Hendon, John Kent, butcher of London, and John Hale of Hendon to Robert de Muskham, parson of Over, for £20. to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in Middlesex. Cancelled on payment. [CCR 1381-85, 202]
19/10/1382 Oxford (Oxfordshire) Order to the chancellor and proctors of the university of Oxford to allow the prior of St Frideswide Oxford to have a fair at Oxford at the feast of St Frideswide and during a set time after, as they have heretofore always had, as the king has heard that the chancellor and proctors, trying to deprive the prior of his right, have made proclamation forbidding the holding of any fair there. [CCR 1381-85, 162]
29/10/1382 Ripon (Yorkshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to William Aylusbury of Ripon for non-appearance to answer Edmund Aldenford, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £11. [CPR 1381-85, 171]
12/04/1382 Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Yetminster (Dorset)
Pardon of his outlawry in Wiltshire to William Frye of Yetminster for non-appearance to answer Master John de Norton, chancellor, and John de Stratford, canon, of Salisbury cathedral, for a debt of 100 marks. [CPR 1381-85, 89]
12/03/1382 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the warden of the Cinque Ports to put in secure custody all the money arising from the sale of the wine in a certain ship of Portugal which was taken at sea and brought to Sandwich, and the owners of which were granted licence to sell the wine on board, provided that the money be put in safe keeping until they had proven that the ship and wine belonged only to subjects of Portugal. [CCR 1381-85, 44]
12/11/1382 Sandwich (Kent)
Dover (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs and keepers of the passage in Dover and Sandwich to allow William de Foxton, burgess of Calais, first paying customs, subsidies and duties, to take over a thousand sheep to Calais for his stock and victuals. [CCR 1381-85, 182]
20/07/1382 Sandwich (Kent)
Southampton (Hampshire)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in Southampton to allow certain merchants of Portugal to load 26 1/2 cloths without grain by them bought within the realm and for which custom was paid at Sandwich in ships and take it abroad without a second payment of customs or subsidies, as - having paid customs - they brought the bales over land to Southampton to be loaded and taken to Portugal. [CCR 1381-85, 147]
29/11/1382 Sherfield (Hampshire)
Northwold (Norfolk)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Glatton, parson of Northwold, for non-appearance to answer John del Hay, knight, and Katharine his wife, sometime wife of John Warbilton of Sherfield, and Elias Bokkyng and Robert Staverton, citizens and clothiers of London, for debts of £10. and 78s. 8d. respectively. [CPR 1381-85, 172]
18/04/1382 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the collectors of customs in the port of Southampton to receive the customs and subsidies due from certain merchandise unloaded from a ship of the king of Portugal, which with its load of wine was on the way to Flanders but touched at Southampton for fear of the king's Norman enemies, where some of the wine was unloaded and sold, but to allow the Portugese to continue their journey to Flanders with the rest of the wine without payment of customs or subsidies. [CCR 1381-85, 53]
02/06/1382 Stafford (Staffordshire) Commission to enquire, on complaint by the burgesses of Stafford that whereas a great part of the farm of the town paid by them to the king is raised by the toll and other profits of the market held in the town every Saturday, the lords of neighbouring towns hold markets on Sundays of their own authority and without licence, to their prejudice. [CPR 1381-85, 145]
28/12/1382 Stamford Hill (Middlesex)
Shoreditch (Middlesex)
Grant to Hugh Frenyngham of Shoreditch of pavage for 1 year, in aid of the repair of the highway between Holywell Cross and Stamford Hill, viz. 1/4d. from every horse-load of goods for sale and 1d. from every cart-load, wool, hides and woolfells excepted. [CPR 1381-85, 218]
11/09/1382 Stourbridge (Cambridgeshire)
London
Protection until the quinzaine of Michaelmas for William Houghton, draper of London, who is sending merchandise to Stourbridge fair, and for his men and merchandise, he going in fear of being disturbed and distrained thereat on account of pledges and contracts outside the liberty of the fair and the jurisdiction of its bailiffs. [CPR 1381-85, 162]
25/10/1382 Tamworth (Warwickshire)
Eydon (Northamptonshire)
Pardon of outlawry to John Staunford of Tamworth for non-appearance to answer John Wale of Eydon for a debt of £10. [CPR 1381-85, 171]
21/05/1382 Thrapston (Northamptonshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Thrapston of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 116]
08/03/1382 Toddington (Bedfordshire)
Liscomb (Buckinghamshire)
Recognisance of William Lovet of Liscomb to William Belmaker of Toddington for £20. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Buckinghamshire. [CCR 1381-85, 109]
12/04/1382 Walshford (Yorkshire) Grant to Robert de Tecote, proctor of Walshford Bridge of pontage for 3 years for the repair of the same. [CPR 1381-85, 113]
11/02/1382 Waltham Holy Cross (Essex)
Norfolk
Recognisance of John Staple the king's serjeant at arms to Peter Herford of Waltham Holy Cross for £20. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Norfolk. [CCR 1381-85, 113]
24/10/1382 Warwick (Warwickshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Dyere of Warwick for non-appearance to answer Richard Hatfeld, citizen and grocer of London, for a debt of 60s. [CPR 1381-85, 171]
09/05/1382 Well (Kent)
Aldington (Kent)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John Symenel of Aldington for non-appearance to answer Thomas Garwynton of Well for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1381-85, 109]
10/02/1382 Westminster (Middlesex) Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow the dean and canons of the king's free chapel within Westminster palace and their men and tenants to use and enjoy their liberties granted by a charter of the late king and confirmed by the king on 1 June 1 Richard II, including quittance of toll, tallage, terrage, passage, peisage, pavage, payage, picage, pontage, quayage, stallage, scutage, murage, carriage, lestage, barbicanage, hideage and other duties and charges. [CCR 1381-85, 51]
24/07/1382 Westminster (Middlesex)
Milton (Essex)
Order to the bailiffs of Milton to allow Robert de Muskham, clerk, to load 2 sarplers of wool and 200 woolfells into a ship at Milton and bring them on the river Thames to the staple of Westminster, if he swears to take them nowhere else, and to make indentures with him to this effect, the bailiffs' copy of the indenture to be sent to the mayor of the said staple. [CCR 1381-85, 149]
23/06/1382 Westminster (Middlesex)
Retford (Nottinghamshire)
Yorkshire
Protection for Robert Gameleston, mason of Retford, appointed by the king to take as many mariners, masons, quarrymen and diggers as may be necessary for the carriage of the stone which he has agreed to bring to Westminster for the king's use from Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire. [CPR 1381-85, 147]
15/07/1382 Wycombe (Buckinghamshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Alice, widow of Thomas Ballard of Wycombe, and John his son, executors of his will, for non-appearance to render £17. 8s. 8d. to Thomas Chelreye, William Sharpyng, Thomas Medelane, and John Tylneye, executors of the will of Roger Longe, late citizen and vintner of London. [CPR 1381-85, 148]
30/04/1382 Wymondham (Norfolk)
Happisburgh (Norfolk)
Barton-upon-Humber (Lincolnshire)
London
Order to the prior of Wymondham to deliver to William Fisshelake of Barton a ship of Barton called "la James", which recently went to sea loaded with corn and other victuals for the city of London, but was so driven at sea by the king's enemies that the merchant and his servants abandoned it and escaped to land at Happisburgh in a boat, the ship, being plunderd by the enemies of cargo and gear, was cast ashore at Happisburgh and was seized as wreck by the prior of Wymondham. [CCR 1381-85, 57]
08/05/1382 York (Yorkshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and citizens of York of murage for 5 years from 4 November next. [CPR 1381-85, 116]
12/08/1382 York (Yorkshire) Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow the master and brethren of the hospital of St Leonard York, their successors, and all their men to be quit in cities and boroughs, markets and fairs, and in passage of bridges, seaports etc, throughout England, Ireland and Wales and all the king's lands and waters, of toll, tallage, passage, pedage, lastage, stallage, hidage, weidage and various other charges, as is granted among other liberties by charters of former kings, recently confirmed by the king. [CCR 1381-85, 153]
15/06/1383 Abbots Ripton (Huntingdonshire)
London
Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
Pardon of outlawry to William Meuryk, parson of Abbots Ripton, for non-appearance to answer Master Richard de Wynewyk, canon of Lincoln, William de Thorp, citizen and tailor of London, and (when sued with John Richardeson and John del Hegge, clerk) Adam Russe, for debts of £50., 10 marks, and 40s. respectively. [CPR 1381-85, 209]
17/07/1383 Aspeden (Hertfordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Walter atte Ponde of Aspeden for non-appearance to answer John Asshurt, citizen and woodmonger of London, for a debt of 5 marks. [CPR 1381-85, 294]
26/01/1383 Aylesbury (Buckinghamshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to William Large of Aylesbury for non-appearance to answer John Fressh, citizen, merchant, and mercer of London, for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1381-85, 207]
20/02/1383 Beckley (Oxfordshire)
Headington Hill (Oxfordshire)
Grant to Richard Forester of Beckley of pavage for 2 years, in aid of the repair of the highway between Charwell bridge, without the east gate of Oxford, and Headington Hill. [CPR 1381-85, 228]
07/03/1383 Bedford (Bedfordshire) Grant to the mayor and bailiffs of Bedford of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 238]
15/04/1383 Beversbrook (Wiltshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Blount of Beversbrook for non-appearance to answer Richard Arderne, citizen and skinner of London, and John Martel for debts of 14 marks and £40. respectively. [CPR 1381-85, 208]
22/08/1383 Bolton upon Dearne (Yorkshire) Grant to the good men of Bolton upon Dearne of pontage for 5 years for the repair of the bridges of their town. [CPR 1381-85, 306]
20/05/1383 Brentford (Middlesex)
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Pylling of Brentford at suit of John Sherfelde of Salisbury for debt. Mainpernors: John Godefray and Thomas Wynterborne of Wiltshire, John Lilleston and John Tirlyng of Middlesex. [CCR 1381-85, 306]
04/06/1383 Bridport (Dorset)
London
Recognisance of John Tracy of Bridport to Robert Warbulton, citizen of London, for £14. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Dorset. (Followed on 6/6/1383 by recognisance of John Stirtille of Bridport to the above John for £14. to be levied etc. of his lands and chattels in Dorset. Ibid. p. 310) [CCR 1381-85, 309]
30/12/1383 Brigg (Lincolnshire) Grant to the good men of Brigg of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 361]
26/11/1383 Brigg (Lincolnshire) Grant to the good men of Brigg of pontage for 1 year. [CPR 1381-85, 330]
12/12/1383 Chilham (Kent)
London
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Thomas Smyth of Chilham at suit of John Waltham of London for debt. Mainpernors: Thomas Newby and William Parlyngton of Yorkshire, Edmund Gisburgh of Kent, Robert Shepley of Nottinghamshire. [CCR 1381-85, 413]
19/12/1383 Derby (Derbyshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Derby of pavage for 7 years. [CPR 1381-85, 362]
09/04/1383 Dunwich (Suffolk) Order to the bailiffs of Dunwich and the collectors of customs and the subsidy of 6d. in the pound in that port to allow certain merchants of Lombardy to carry over land from Dunwich to London 6 bales, 1 pipe and 3 fardels of merceries without payment of customs or subsidies, as the said goods were loaded in a small ship in Seeland to be brought to London, but the ship was driven to Dunwich by the king's French enemies and were there put ashore for safety to be carried to London, where the merchants have promised to pay customs and subsidies. [CCR 1381-85, 261-2]
26/10/1383 London
Eyton
Pardon of outlawry to John Boteler of Eyton for non-appearance to answer William de Muston, cordwainer of London, for a debt of 4 marks. [CPR 1381-85, 295]
07/03/1383 Fenny Stratford (Buckinghamshire) Grant to Richard Candeler and Geoffrey Halle, both of Fenny Stratford, of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 236]
23/02/1383 London
Flamstead (Hertfordshire)
Wheathampstead (Hertfordshire)
Abbots Langley (Hertfordshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Sexteyn of Flamstead at suit of Ralph Alianore, farmer of the manor of Hyde in Abbots Langley, for render of 40 marks. Mainpernors: Edward Fynchley and William Jone, butchers of London, James Raynold of Wheathampstead, John Litill of Flamstead. [CCR 1381-85, 283]
16/11/1383 Gloucester (Gloucestershire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Gloucester of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 328]
30/12/1383 Great Marlow (Buckinghamshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Great Marlow of pontage for 5 years. [CPR 1381-85, 361]
11/02/1383 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk) Order to the bailiffs of Great Yarmouth to give up to certain merchants of Almain a ship called the "Fredeland" of Estland with the gear, goods and merchandise therein , as the ship loaded with various goods was anchored in the port of Great Yarmouth, and certain men floating carelessly by night in a boat ran upon the cable thereof and were drowned, the merchants and others in the ship knowing nothing of it, and the ship and its contents were subsequently arrested as a deodand. [In parliament held at Westminster on Monday in the third week of Lent it was decided that the ship should not be held for deodand] [CCR 1381-85, 286]
07/11/1383 Grimsby (Lincolnshire)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Revocation of the licence lately granted to Ralph Cruste to bring 2,000 barrels of ale from Grimsby to Kingston upon Hull. [CPR 1381-85, 325]
22/04/1383 Grimsby (Lincolnshire)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Licence for Ralph Crust of Kingston upon Hull to ship 2,000 barrels of ale from Grimsby to Kingston upon Hull. [CPR 1381-85, 241]
20/12/1383 Harwich (Essex) Order to the bailiffs of Harwich not to allow any ship or boat to pass out of that port to foreign parts, until the ships loaded with wool and woolfells be ready, in the interest of the safe conduct of the same. [CCR 1381-85, 352]
06/05/1383 Hatfield (Essex)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Mariota, wife of Thomas de Bury of Hatfield, for non-appearance when sued with her husband to answer Robert Wolde, citizen and tailor of London, for a debt of £14. [CPR 1381-85, 208]
03/07/1383 Havering atte Bower (Essex) Order to all royal officials and others to allow the men and tenants of Queen Anne's manor of Havering atte Bower, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, to be quit of toll upon their goods throughout the realm, as the men and tenants of the said demesne are and should be by custom. [CCR 1381-85, 314]
28/01/1383 Henley-in-Arden (Warwickshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Henley in Arden of pavage for 5 years. [CPR 1381-85, 225]
10/11/1383 Hereford (Herefordshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Hereford of murage for 10 years. [CPR 1381-85, 328]
18/01/1383 Hereford (Herefordshire) Grant to the citizens of Hereford of pontage for 10 years for repair of the city bridge, to be taken from whatever comes to the city for sale, as well as from whatever crosses the bridge. [CPR 1381-85, 216]
27/01/1383 Hereford (Herefordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas de Buyton, citizen of Hereford, for non-appearance to answer Thomas de Wilford and John de Vautort of London for a debt of £25. 12s. [CPR 1381-85, 207]
12/07/1383 Hitchin (Hertfordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Peyntour of Hitchin for non-appearance to answer Thomas Flegg, citizen and tailor of London, for a debt of 20 marks. [CPR 1381-85, 294]
03/03/1383 Isham (Northamptonshire)
Glapthorne (Northamptonshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Andrew Broune of Glapthorne at suit of John Carnel of Isham for debt. Mainpernors: Richard Waldegrave, knight of Essex, and Richard Wethirmerssh of Suffolk. [CCR 1381-85, 283]
18/03/1383 King's Lynn (Norfolk) Licence for John de Brandon of King's Lynn to ship 300 quarters of all kinds of corn and malt from King's Lynn to Norway. [CPR 1381-85, 237]
05/02/1383 King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of King's Lynn to deliver to certain burgesses of Newcastle upon Tyne certain goods and wares of theirs arrested by the said mayor and bailiffs, as has been many times ordered. [CCR 1381-85, 253]
12/01/1383 Kingston upon Thames (Surrey) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Kingston on Thames of pontage for 5 years. [CPR 1381-85, 219]
18/01/1383 Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire) Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in Kingston upon Hull to receive from various merchants who have loaded wool and fells in ships there, but due to reports newly received from Flanders dare not take it over, the customs and subsidies due, and to allow them to put it ashore again to keep it safe and dry. [CCR 1381-85, 188]
02/05/1383 Launceston (Cornwall) Inspeximus and confirmation of letters patent of Richard, earl of Cornwall, constituting Launceston as a free borough and granting the burgesses among other liberties quittance from pontage, "astalage", "suillage" and other customs. [CPR 1381-85, 263-4]
06/05/1383 Leake (Nottinghamshire)
London
Pardon to Geoffrey Bugge of Leake, alias of Nottinghamshire, for non-appearance to answer Robert Martell and William Sallowe, citizen of London, for debts of 40s. and £10. respectively. [CPR 1381-85, 208]
20/02/1383 Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
Kirton in Lindsey (Lincolnshire)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs and true men of the city of Lincoln to allow Queen Anne's men of the manor of Kirton-in-Lindsey, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, to be quit of toll on their goods and property in the said city, of which the men of the ancient demesne of the crown are quit throughout the realm by custom. [CCR 1381-85, 198]
01/01/1383 London Writ of superseadeas in favour of William Kene at suit of William Chaundos, brewer, for an account. Mainpernors: Robert Sutton, embroiderer, Walter Northore, embroiderer, William Norwiche the elder, cordwainer, Robert de Brunne, hostler, all of London. [CCR 1381-85, 242]
15/03/1383 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of Gregory Pynchoun, skinner, at suit of John Tettesbury, pelter [of London]. Mainpernors: John Welby, cordwainer, Henry Burgh, dyer, John Bonde "sherman", Thomas Keten, "sherman", of the city of London. [CCR 1381-85, 307]
10/05/1383 London
Nottinghamshire
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Richard de Byngham, knight of Nottinghamshire, at suit of Thomas Weylond, citizen and draper of London, and William Horewyche, citizen and tailor of London, for debt. Mainpernors: William Yonge of Wiltshire, Nicholas de Reresby of Yorkshire, John Laght of London, Nicolas Arcedecoun of Shropshire. [CCR 1381-85, 306]
16/01/1383 London Commission to audit the account of Hugh Fremyngham and Richard Sadeler, both of Shoreditch, to whom by letters patent of 12/10/1381 the king granted pavage fro 1 year, in aid of the repair of the highway between the hospital of St Mary without Bishopsgate and the church of Shoreditch, on report that they convert certain moneys to their own use. [CPR 1381-85, 250]
21/01/1383 London Recognisance of John Salman, citizen and salter of London, to Bartholomew Castre, citizen and goldsmith of London, for 142 marks to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1381-85, 141]
03/03/1383 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of Roger Sapirton, warden of the Fleet prison, at suit of Thomas de Renham, citizen and goldsmith of London, for render of £267. 6s. 8d. Mainpernors: John Cokayn of Derbyshire, John Slory of Lincolnshire, John Grene and Nicholas Porter of Middlesex. [CCR 1381-85, 296]
16/01/1383 London Commission to audit the account of Hugh Frenyngham of Shoreditch to whom by letters patent of 28 December the king granted pavage for 1 year, in aid of the repair of the highway between Holywell Cross and Stamford Hill, on report that he converts certain moneys to his own use. [CPR 1381-85, 250]
29/05/1383 London Order to the steward and marshals of the king's household to send before the king and council William Dale, clerk, who while abroad on the king's service was sued before the steward and marshals by John Brakele, goldsmith of London, for a debt of £10. and condemned, although he claims to have paid the debt long ago. Mainpernors: Nicholas Brembre, knight, John Michel, John Gardyner of London, Thomas de Oterburne of Lincolnshire. [CCR 1381-85, 277-8]
10/12/1383 London
Basingstoke (Hampshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Robert Aune of Basingstoke at suit of Thomas Smyth, citizen and pewterer of London, for debt. Mainpernors: John Tonyngton, Robert Northlode, John Weston, William atte Forthe of Middlesex. [CCR 1381-85, 416]
11/04/1383 London
Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of London to dearrest and deliver to Simon Rouse, citizen and fishmonger of London, a ship and 20 quarters of salt therein, which he was going to take to Berwick upon Tweed to salt certain salmons of his there, but it was arrested at London as though the salt were being exported. Mainpernors for Simon: Gilbert Maunfeld, Robert Litil, Thomas Palmer and John Rider, citizens and fishmongers of London. Similar order to the searcher of forfeitures in London, also to dearrest 6 tuns of flour taken for the consumption of the said Simon and his men. [CCR 1381-85, 267]
20/02/1383 London
Glapthorne (Northamptonshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Andrew Broune of Glapthorne at suit of Thomas atte Hay, goldsmith of London, for debt. Mainpernors: Richard Waldegrave, knight of Essex, John Hende, citizen of London. [CCR 1381-85, 283]
28/08/1383 London
Isle of Thanet (Kent)
Licence for Henry Grenecobbe, dyer of London, to take, custom free, 5 sacks of wool from the Isle of Thanet by the Thames to London, there to be made into cloth. [CPR 1381-85, 306]
10/02/1383 London
Kemsing (Kent)
Pardon of outlawry to Richard Launston, parson of Kemsing, for non-appearance to answer John Kesteven, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £24. [CPR 1381-85, 207]
03/04/1383 London
Langdon (Essex)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Henry Clerke of Langdon, put anew in exigents at suit of Thomas Frenssh, citizen and cordwainer of London, for debt. Mainpernors: John Seintclere, Thomas Shirstede of Kent, William Norwich of London, William Drax of Yorkshire. [CCR 1381-85, 305]
14/06/1383 London
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Norfolk
Commission to enquire on complaint by William Vale, citizen and fishmonger of London, that whereas he had licence to buy 400 quarters of malt in Norfolk and take them by sea to Scotland, and accordingly bought 290 quarters and took them to Aberdeen by ship, intending the money arising from the sale to buy salmon and other victuals to take to London, certain of the king's subjects seized the ship at sea, took it to Newcastle on Tyne, sold the malt and gave him little or nothing therefore. [CPR 1381-85, 287]
22/02/1383 London
Northampton (Northamptonshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Skelton of Northampton at suit of William Bys, citizen of London, for debt. Mainpernors: William Danby, William Swan, William Strauston, John Stotesbury of Northamptonshire. [CCR 1381-85, 282]
20/02/1383 London
Nottingham (Nottinghamshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Roger Masoune of Nottingham at suit of Richard Hatfeld, citizen of London, for debt. Mainpernors: William de Burgh, Thomas Kirkeby, Thomas Dorne, Nicholas de Whitby of Yorkshire [CCR 1381-85, 282]
14/03/1383 London
Over (Cambridgeshire)
Recognisance of William Wadesworth, citizen and pepperer of London, to Robert de Muskham, parson of Over, for £80. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. Defeasance thereof, on condition that William pay £40. on Midsummer Day next. [CCR 1381-85, 282]
03/01/1383 London
Oxford (Oxfordshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Alan Longe, spicer of Oxford, ordered to be put in exigents with Agnes, widow of William Corby the elder, and with William Corby the younger, executors of the said William the elder, at suit of John Bradefeld, citizen and grocer of London, for render of £17. Mainpernors: John Bygonet and Robert langley of Oxfordshire, Henry Morepath and Robert Brantspit of Middlesex. [CCR 1381-85, 243]
20/01/1383 London
Westminster (Middlesex)
Bedworth (Warwickshire)
Derbyshire
Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Charnels of Bedworth at suit of Roger Martyn, citizen and skinner of London, for debt. Mainpernors: William Hulle, John Fissher, Thomas Rydyng, all of Westminster, William Swerston of Derbyshire. [CCR 1381-85, 237]
16/05/1383 Lowestoft (Suffolk)
London
Order to the bailiffs of Lowestoft to dearrest a crayer called "la George" of London and the wheat therein, allowing John de Vautort of London to take it to northern parts, as the said ship was recently loaded with wheat for that purpose, but was so hard driven by the French off Dunwich that the seamen and servants abandoned the ship and fled ashore in a boat, but with the aid of other seamen of Dunwich managed to rescue the ship the same day, and it was brought to Lowestoft, where it was arrested because the seamen of Dunwich claimed that the wheat etc. were their goods because of the rescue. [CCR 1381-85, 270-1]
24/06/1383 Messingham (Lincolnshire) Grant to Thomas de Morton and John del Grave of pavage for 5 years, in aid of the repair of the highway through the town of Messingham. [CPR 1381-85, 291]
19/10/1383 Raveningham (Norfolk)
Windley (Derbyshire)
Pardon of outlawry to William White of Windley for non-appearance to answer Nicholas del Castel of Raveningham for a debt of £40. [CPR 1381-85, 294]
16/02/1383 Shrewsbury (Shropshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Shrewsbury of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 228]
07/03/1383 Shrivenham (Berkshire) Inspeximus and confirmation at the request of Richard Talbot, knight, of a charter dated 8/7/1257, being a grant to the king's brother William de Valence and his heirs of a market every Thursday, and a 3-days' fair on St Mary Magdalene every year, at the manor of Shrivenham. [CPR 1381-83, 232-3]
26/03/1383 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to John Polymound of Southampton, John Thorp, clerk, and Thomas Hore, serjeant at arms, to take of the masters of 6 vessels loaded with horses, victuals, gold and silver, to be taken to the castle and town of Cherbourg for their furnishing, security that they will have those vessels at Sandwich before 8 April next to serve the bishop of Norwich for his passage. [CCR 1381-85, 261]
09/12/1383 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of the petty custom in Southampton to allow certain merchants of the Hanse of Almain to load into a ship the herring they bought at Skania and brought to Southampton, and after payment of customs and subsidies to take the same to Bordeaux, on condition that they will not take it to the lands of the king's open enemies and will bring back to England a cargo of wine to the same value, as they are unable to sell the fish in Southampton to their advantage. [CCR 1381-85, 339-40]
30/01/1383 Southampton (Hampshire)
London
Commission to enquire touching a complaint by Stephen de Mynges, late master of a ship of Portugal, and John Gunsales, merchant thereof, that when they had brought the said ship loaded with 3, 000 coopes of fruit, 40 tuns of bastard wine and wine of Algarves, a pipe of grain, 2 quintals of wax and other merchandise to Southampton, certain of the king's subjects in an armed ship of Calais seized her and while William and John were trading in Southampton, took her outside the port, where she became a wreck and was lost through incautious navigation. Similar entry with same date, but vacated because otherwise enrolled below, stating in addition that the fruit was sold to certain merchants of London at 1/2 mark for each coope. [CPR 1381-85, 256]
05/08/1383 Stapenhill (Derbyshire)
Burton upon Trent (Staffordshire)
Grant to William Pryst, vicar of Stapenhill, Thomas Wombbewell, John Peyntour and John Cartewright, chaplain, of pontage for 3 years, in aid of the repair of the bridge of Burton upon Trent. [CPR 1381-85, 301]
09/10/1383 Stowe-Maries (Essex)
Woodham Ferris (Essex)
Maldon (Essex)
Purleigh (Essex)
Recognisance of John Pot of Stowe to William Criket of Woodham Ferris, Richard Bussh of Maldon and John Coke of Purleigh for £100. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. [CCR 1381-85, 396]
20/06/1383 Stratford-atte-Bow (Middlesex)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Nicholas Cosyn of Stratford atte Bow for non-appearance to answer Nicholas Burle, currier, and Richard Lilie, pewterer, citizens of London, for a debt of 71s. [CPR 1381-85, 209]
26/08/1383 Strood (Kent)
Rochester (Kent)
Grant to Thomas, master of the New Work, Strood, and Robert Rowe of pontage for 7 years for the making of a larger bridge over the Medway between Rochester and Strood, leviable from those using the smaller bridge until the larger be built, viz. 1d. from every horseman and 1/2d. from every foot-passenger, as is now taken by watermen and boatmen from persons crossing, with a proviso that countrymen coming to market on Fridays shall be quit of the same until 2 hours after 9 in the morning. (Renewed on account of the death of William Basyng, late master of the the said work of Strood.) [CPR 1381-85, 308]
12/02/1383 Strood (Kent)
Rochester (Kent)
Appointment for 5 years of William Basynge, master of the house of [St Mary] Strood, and Robert Rowe to levy the profit of the ferry or passage over the Medway and expend it on repairing the bridge between Rochester and Strood. [pontage] [CPR 1381-85, 221]
20/03/1383 Strood (Kent)
Rochester (Kent)
Grant to William Basyng, master of the New Work at Strood, and Robert Rowe of special pontage for 7 years in aid of the building of a larger bridge over the Medway between Rochester and Strood to be taken from those who cross the smaller bridge, viz. 1d. from every horseman and 1/2d. from every foot passenger, except country people going to the Wednesday and Friday markets. [CPR 1381-85, 243]
18/03/1383 Strood (Kent)
Rochester (Kent)
Grant for 7 years from Easter next that William Basyng, master of the New Work, Strood, and Robert Rowe shall levy the profit of the ferry or passage over the Medway and expend it on repairing the bridge between Rochester and Strood. Similar grant with same date replacing Basyng by Thomas Brunlegh. [CPR 1381-85, 235, 240, 241]
07/03/1383 Tilbury by Clare (Essex)
Over (Cambridgeshire)
Recognisance of John Bray of Tilbury to Robert de Muskham, parson of Over, for £30. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. [CCR 1381-85, 287]
20/04/1383 Wallingford (Berkshire) Grant to the good men of Wallingford of pontage for 7 years, viz. for every cart coming laden to the town 1d., and for every horse coming so laden 1/4d. [CPR 1381-85, 265]
04/03/1383 Wandsworth (Surrey)
London
Recognisance of Stephen Slyndon of Wandsworth to William Clerk, citizen of London, for 74s. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Surrey. Deafeasance on condition that Stephen pay half the sum at dates named. [CCR 1381-85, 287]
01/05/1383 Whitby (Yorkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Whitby of pontage for 6 years. [CPR 1381-85, 267]
02/05/1383 Writhlington (Somerset [?])
West Wratting (Cambridgeshire)
Pardon of outlawry to John Hogekyn of Writhlington for non-appearance to answer Adam Bakere of West Wratting for a debt of 20 marks. [CPR 1381-85, 208]
12/07/1384 Devon Order to the sheriff of Devon to make proclamation of the privileges enjoyed by the king's tinners in Devon by grants of Edward I, and their confirmation by Edward II and Edward III, including quittance of tallages, toll, stallages, aids and customs whatsoever on their own goods in towns, ports, fairs and markets in Devon. [CCR 1381-85, 464-5]
16/12/1384 Barnet (Hertfordshire)
London
Middlesex
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Roger Colney of Barnet at suit of John Strauston of London, cordwainer, for an account. Mainpernors: John Mersshe, Richard Kenebelle, John Lovel, John Raulyn, of Middlesex. [CCR 1381-85, 602]
07/11/1384 Beverley (Yorkshire) Grant to the burgesses and good men of Beverley of pavage for 3 years, in honour of St John of Beverley, whose body rests there. [CPR 1381-85, 476]
02/03/1384 Boston (Lincolnshire) Order to the mayor, constable of the staple and collectors of customs in Boston to amend all weights used for the weighing of wool there, as by frequent use they are worn light and do not agree with the standard, and merchants have complained to the king. [CCR 1381-85, 365]
18/01/1384 Bridgend (Lincolnshire) Grant to the prior of St Saviour's Bridgend of pontage for 2 years. [CPR 1381-85, 372]
27/06/1384 Briston Deverill (Wiltshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Brys of Briston Deverill for non-appearance to answer John Bradefeld, citizen and grocer of London, for a debt of £27. [CPR 1381-85, 430]
12/12/1384 Cambridge (Cambridgeshire) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Cambridge not to take fines of bakers, brewers and other victuallers, foreign or native, for sale of bread, wine, ale or other victuals, and to allow them without fines to sell their goods to the chancellor and scholars of the university and others, as the king has heard that the said mayor and bailiffs will not allow victuallers who are not freemen of the town to sell victuals there. [CCR 1381-85, 496]
25/02/1384 Chester (Cheshire) Grant to the prior and Friars Preachers of Chester for 10 years that they may grind their malt and corn for their own maintenance at the king's mills in Chester quit of toll and custom, and that they be "hoprefre" therein for the same term. [CPR 1381-85, 379]
24/02/1384 Colchester (Essex)
Westminster (Middlesex)
Order to the bailiffs of Colchester to allow the abbot of Westminster to load 200 quarters of wheat of his own growth in Essex in ships in the port of Colchester, and to bring it to Westminster without payment of customs or subsidies for the expenses of his household, on condition that it shall be taken nowhere else. [CCR 1381-85, 362]
08/04/1384 Croughton (Northamptonshire)
London
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Richard Cudlyngton, parson of Croughton at suit of William Venour, citizen of London, for debt. Mainpernors: Baldwin de Burford, knight, William Stapleton, John Boteller of Northamptonshire, William Bacoun of London [CCR 1381-85, 440]
28/01/1384 Croydon (Surrey)
Westminster (Middlesex)
Pardon of outlawry to Simon, brother of John son of John son of Thomas Olyver of Croydon, for non-appearance, when sued with his brother to pay Nicholas, abbot of Westminster, a debt of £40. [CPR 1381-85, 368]
27/06/1384 Droitwich (Worcestershire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Droitwich of pavage for 4 years. [CPR 1381-85, 432]
24/11/1384 East Sutton (Kent)
Brentford (Middlesex)
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Isyndon of East Sutton for non-appearance to answer Stephen atte Belle of Brentford for a debt of £18. [CPR 1381-85, 478]
08/07/1384 Ely (Cambridgeshire) Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow the bishop of Ely, the monks of St Etheldred, and all the men of their demesnes to enjoy their liberties as they and their predecessors used to do, including quittance in all the king's lands of toll on selling and buying, passage, and various other charges, as they were granted by charters of former kings, which the king has now confirmed. [CCR 1381-85, 464]
18/11/1384 Eye (Suffolk) Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow all of Queen Anne's tenants of the honour of Eye, which she holds in dower or by assignment of the king for life, to be quit of payment of toll, pontage, pavage, picage, murage and passage as they ought to be and all other tenants of that honour used heretofore to be time out of mind. [CCR 1381-85, 486]
10/07/1384 Gloucester (Gloucestershire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Aston of Gloucester for non-appearance to answer John Enemeth and Reginald Aleyn, citizen, pepperer and grocer of London, for debts of 53s. 4d. and £9. respectively. [CPR 1381-85, 431]
12/07/1384 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk) Grant to the bailiffs and burgesses of Great Yarmouth of murage for 5 years. [CPR 1381-85, 438]
14/10/1384 Harlow (Essex)
London
Recognisance of John Wyncelowe, citizen and pepperer of London, to William de Humbreston, parson of Harlow for, £100. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1381-85, 577]
05/02/1384 Havering atte Bower (Essex) Order to all royal officials and others to allow the men and tenants of Queen Anne's manor of Havering atte Bower, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, to be quit of toll upon their goods throughout the realm, as the men and tenants of the said demesne are and should be by custom. [CCR 1381-85, 354]
15/07/1384 Havering atte Bower (Essex) Order to all royal officials and others to allow the men and tenants of Queen Anne's manor of Havering atte Bower, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, to be quit of toll upon their goods throughout the realm, as the men and tenants of the said demesne are and should be by custom. [CCR 1381-85, 455]
28/07/1384 Holy Island (Northumberland) Order to the warden of the Cinque Ports to make inquisition and arrest all those found guilty of plundering a ship of Stralsund of Ulrik Boweman, merchant and fellow of the Hanse of Almain, which, laden by him with victuals, arms, armour, and other merchandise, touched at the port of Holy Island near Berwick-upon-Tweed and was there entered by force of arms and plundered by various seamen and merchants of Rye, Hythe, Dover, Hastings, Winchelsea, Sandwich and elsewhere in England, who are now within the liberty of the Cinque Ports. [CCR 1381-85, 461]
01/12/1384 Howden (Yorkshire) Grant to the good men of Howden of pavage for 2 years. [CPR 1381-85, 487]
22/08/1384 King's Langley (Hertfordshire)
Colnbrook (Buckinghamshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Parker of King's Langley at suit of John Barbour of Colnbrook for debt. Mainpernors: Thomas Chalers, goldsmith, Henry Cheksond, goldsmith, John Herman, "fourbour", Stephen Baynor "fourbour" all of London. [CCR 1381-85, 572]
13/03/1384 Lillingstone Dayrell (Buckinghamshire) Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Adstoke, late parson of Lillingstone Dayrell, at suit of John Hygyn, executor of Adam Lorymer of Lillingstone for debt. Mainpernors: Richard Bukyngham, John Philyppes, John Barton of Buckinghamshire, John Walsale of Staffordshire [CCR 1381-85, 434]
08/03/1384 Lincoln (Lincolnshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Lincoln of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 386]
08/03/1384 Lincoln (Lincolnshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Lincoln of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 386]
16/07/1384 London Grant to John Bosham, John Michel, John Meede and John Cornewaille, tailor, of pavage for 3 years, in aid of paving Fleet Street from New Temple Bar to the Savoy, to be taken from all things for sale passing through it between those points and through the adjoining lanes. [CPR 1381-85, 476]
20/09/1384 London Licence for Seguranus de Gotereriis and Melianus de Mari, Genoese merchants, who recently brought certain wines from Rochelle to London and have paid custom and subsidy therefor, but cannot sell the same to their advantage, to ship 100 tuns thereof to any part of the realm. [CPR 1381-85, 456]
14/09/1384 London Licence for Baltizar Obracy, merchant of Florence, to buy in London and elsewhere 30 tuns of Rochelle wine and 20 "botes" of sweet wine and take the same to any part of England for gain, after paying customs and subsidies due therefor. [CPR 1381-85, 458]
10/06/1384 London Order to the collectors of customs and keepers of the passage in the port of London to allow Robert de Parys, citizen of London, to load in that port divers ships with wool and woolfells and to take them over to Normandy, provided that he pays the customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1381-85, 375]
06/06/1384 London Order to the collectors of customs and keepers of the passage in London to allow certain merchants of Rouen in Normandy to unload and sell their goods, and to load their ships again with wool, woolfells and other goods bought in the realm, and to take them over sea, provided that they pay the customs and subsidies due and usually paid in the realm and at Calais. [CCR 1381-85, 380]
16/06/1384 London Grant to William Knotte, John Dany, Walter Barton, cordwainer, John Elys, John Wendore and John Trap, citizens of London of pavage for 3 years for the apving and repair of Holborn from Holborn Cross to Horse Pool, and of Flete Street from Temple Bar to the Savoy, viz. For every horseload of corn or malt 1/4d. For every cartload of corn 1d. For every horse, mare, ox and cow 1/4d. For every 10 sheep, goats and pigs 1/4d. For every horseload of cloth 1/4d. For every whole cloth 1/4d. For every hundred of linen, web [or] canvas cloth of Ireland 1/4d. For every cart loaded with "aver du pois" 1/2d. For every cartload of timber or wood 1/4d. For every hundred of faggots 1/4d. For every bale of merchandise exceeding the value of 5s. 1/4d. For every hundred of tin, brass or copper 1/2d. For everything else of the value of 5s. not specified above, except wool, hides or woolfells 1/4d. [CPR 1381-85, 411]
06/07/1384 London
Norfolk
Pardon of outlawry to John Straunge, knight of Norfolk, for non-appearance to answer Thomas Weyland, citizen and clothier of London, for a debt of £8. [CPR 1381-85, 430]
12/10/1384 London Order to the collectors of customs in the port of London to allow Gillardus Lumlyn of Genoa to load 107 barrels of sulphur in a ship in that port and after payment of customs and subsidies to take them over sea; as merchants of Genoa, his fellows, sent the sulphur to England for sale, but because it is too weak it cannot be sold to advantage in the realm. [CCR 1381-85, 504]
09/01/1384 London Recognisance of Henry Fitz Johan, citizen of London, to George Cressy, goldsmith of London, for £250. to be levied in default of payment of his goods and chattels in London. [CCR 1381-85, 421]
27/02/1384 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of Thomas Wiltshire, skinner of London, at suit of William Clovylle for an account. Mainpernors: Walter Camber, Edward Camber, William Wiltshire, John Tettesbury, all skinners of London. [CCR 1381-85, 427-8]
07/08/1384 London Order to the searcher and collectors of customs in the port of London to allow Richard de Melton of London to load in ships and take to Ghent in Flanders 16 dozen bows, first paying the customs and subsidies due, on condition that he shall take them nowhere other than to Ghent. [CCR 1381-85, 472]
04/02/1384 London
Chalk (Kent)
Rochester (Kent)
Pardon of outlawry to John Pyl of Chalk for non-appearance to pay the prior of Rochester a debt of 12 marks and Thomas Mordon, citizen and chandler of London, a debt of £16. 10s. 8d. [CPR 1381-85, 368]
16/04/1384 London
Oxford (Oxfordshire)
Abingdon (Berkshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Thomas Baret of Oxford and William Stodeham of Abingdon at suit of John de Bradfelde, citizen of London, for a several debt. Mainpernors: Edmund Fraunceys, Roger Torfote of the city of London, Thomas Tillesleye of Lancashire, Richard Moredoun of Oxfordshire [CCR 1381-85, 437]
01/03/1384 London
Plymouth (Devon)
Recognisance of 4 merchants of Genoa to the king for 10,000 marks to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in London. Defeasance on condition that if it is hereafter found that 62 sacks of cotton or wool, 9 bales of "canel", 2 bales of "setual", 1 bale of paper, 5 bales of sulphur, 326 bales of almonds, 2,748 frails of figs, 378 frails of raisins, 7 bales of afflour, 2,141 loaves of sugar, 10 cases of powdered sugar and 3 bales of raw silk in a great ship of Spain driven by a storm into the port of Plymouth and delivered by the king to the said merchants who claim them as their goods, were not their goods, they shall content the king of their true value or price. [CCR 1381-85, 436]
16/06/1384 London
Plymouth (Devon)
Order to Gilbert Maunfeld to deliver to 2 merchants of Piacenza 10 bales of tallow and 11 bales of coney fells, recently brought from Castile in 2 French ships, which were driven to Plymouth by a storm, and the goods are by the king's command brought to London, first taking of them the cost of the freight, as the merchants are friends of the king and realm, but the ships are enemy ships and forfeit. [CCR 1381-85, 381]
12/01/1384 London
Romney (Kent)
Recognisance of John Frost, citizen and stockfishmonger of London, otherwise called John Frost of Romney, to John Chircheman and Robert Chircheman, citizens of London, and James de Billyngforde, clerk, for £20. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Kent. [CCR 1381-85, 418]
04/02/1384 Maidenhead (Berkshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Sampson the younger of Maidenhead for non-appearance to pay Nicholas Curteys of London a debt of 20 marks. [CPR 1381-85, 368]
12/02/1384 Manhood (Sussex)
London
Order to the sheriff and escheator of Sussex to cause restitution to be made to Nicholas Brembre, knight, Henry Herbury, William Tonge and other merchants of London, of wines salved from a ship called "la Margarete" of London, a reasonable reward being paid to the salvors, as the said ship was lately driven ashore in a storm and certain casks of wine were cast ashore at Manhood and salved by certain men of Sussex, who are demanding a great part of it for salvage, although it does not qualify as wreck. [CCR 1381-85, 354]
15/09/1384 Market Harborough (Northamptonshire)
Towcester (Northamptonshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Roger Coo of Market Harborough at suit of Robert Robardes and Margery his wife, administratrix of William Geffrey, glover of Towchester, deceased intestate, for debt. Mainpernors: Richard Symond, William Odam, John Pakeman, of Leicestershire, James de Billyngford of Norfolk. [CCR 1381-85, 574]
06/12/1384 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs, good men and commonalty of Newcastle upon Tyne of murage and pontage for 5 years, on information that divers defects exist in the walling of the town and its bridge. [CPR 1381-85, 485]
28/11/1384 Nottingham (Nottinghamshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Robert Ferthyng, citizen of London, for non-appearance to answer John Samon of Nottingham for a debt of £67. [CPR 1381-85, 478]
28/10/1384 Paignton (Devon)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Elys of Paignton for non-appearance to answer Andrew atte Waye, dwelling in London, touching a debt of 28 marks. [CPR 1381-85, 461]
12/10/1384 Portsmouth (Hampshire) Inspeximus and confirmation by Richard II of Edward III's confirmation of charters of Richard I, John, and Henry III and their confirmation by Edward II, granting to the burgesses of Portsmouth an annual fair for 15 days at the feast of St Peter ad Vincula (i.e. 1 August), a weekly market on Thursdays, and quittance from toll, pontage, passage, pedage, payage, stallage and tallage (as well as other liberties). [Portsmouth Charters, 10-12]
23/11/1384 Rotherfield Greys (Oxfordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Matilda de Grey, late wife of John de Grey of Rotherfield Greys, knight, for non-appearance to answer Robert Asshecombe, citizen and embroiderer of London, for a debt of £40. [CPR 1381-85, 461]
10/03/1384 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of Sandwich to receive the subsidy of 6d. in the pound for 10 dakers of tanned hides of John de Birstowe, citizen of London, and to allow him to load them in ships in that port and to take them to Calais, as he has complained that the said collectors were also demanding the great custom and other duties which heretofore used not to be paid. [CCR 1381-85, 370]
03/09/1384 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the collectors of customs in Sandwich to deliver to Richard Brendwode 100s and discharge him of a second payment of custom on divers cloths, which he loaded in a ship in the port of London and took them to Calais to sell, and then brought them again from Calais to Sandwich and from there to London, and that the collectors in Sandwich are demanding of him a second payment of custom and have taken 100s as security, although he paid customs in the port of London. [CCR 1381-85, 478-9]
12/02/1384 Selby (Yorkshire) Grant to the good men of Selby of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 374]
27/07/1384 Shrewsbury (Shropshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and burgesses of Shrewsbury of murage for 5 years from Michaelmas next. [CPR 1381-85, 442]
20/06/1384 Skipton (Yorkshire)
Cononley (Yorkshire)
Coniston (Yorkshire)
Grant to Nicholas de Scardeburgh, John de Malghom and Robert Ledes of Skipton of pontage for 3 years for the repair of "Engeweybrigge" over the Aire by Skipton, to be taken on things for sale passing by that river between Cononley and Coniston. [CPR 1381-85, 414]
20/06/1384 South Hanningfield (Essex) Recognisance of Richard Preston of South Hanningfield to Aubrey de Vere, knight, for £60. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. [CCR 1381-85, 450]
04/10/1384 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Southampton to appraise and sell a balinger of Caen and the goods therein to the value of £200. in compensation for a ship of John Deghere of Newport in the Isle of Wight and Richard Bernewelle of Salisbury, victuallers of the castle and town of Cherbourg, which they loaded with "waide, lenge, telis", and other goods to the value of £200. and sent to England, but on the voyage it was intercepted and taken by men of Harfleur and Honfleur in spite of the truce with France. Haste is needed in the sale, as ship and goods are on the point of perishing. [CCR 1381-85, 484]
26/05/1384 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Southampton to dearrest and deliver to Martin Lawrence of Bayeux a ship of Cherbourg loaded by him in France with 4 tuns of wine and 1 tun of woad and further goods, allowing Martin to sell the goods and to pass with his ship back to France, in accordance with the truce with France, as he brought the ship to England trusting in the truce. [CCR 1381-85, 382-3]
20/08/1384 Southampton (Hampshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Southampton of pavage for 5 years. [CPR 1381-85, 448]
5/11/1384 Southampton (Hampshire) Inspeximus and confirmation by Richard II of the charters of previous kings granting to the burgesses of Southampton (among other privileges) quittance from toll, passage, pontage, pavage, quayage and murage throughout the realm. [Southampton Charters I, 26-37]
11/11/1384 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Southampton to deliver to Richard Bernewelle of Salisbury a balenger of Caen with the gear and 20 tuns of woad of the growth of Normandy or the price thereof in compensation for a ship of John Deghere of Newport in the Isle of Wight and Richard Bernewelle of Salisbury, victuallers of the castle and town of Cherbourg, which they loaded with "waide, lenge, tilis", and other goods to the value of £200. and sent to England, but on the voyage it was intercepted and taken by men of Harfleur and Honfleur in spite of the truce with France. And the ship was valued at £30., the woad at £120. and Bernewelle has petitioned to have livery of woad, balinger and gear until restitution be made to him and William for their loss. [CCR 1381-85]
02/08/1384 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the collectors of custom, controller, and searcher of Calais to dearrest 40 tuns of wine of John Polymound, which he recently sent to Calais to sell in a ship of Southampton, first paying the customs and subsidies due, but the master forgot the letters of cocket and so the wine was arrested. Condition that letters of cocket are presented. [CCR 1381-85, 472-3]
24/09/1384 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Southampton to offer for sale a balinger of Caen in Normandy and the goods therein to the value of £200. in compensation for a ship of John Deghere of Newport in the Isle of Wight and Richard Bernewelle of Salisbury, victuallers of the castle and town of Cherbourg, which they loaded with "waide, lenge, telis", and other goods to the value of £200. and sent to England, but on the voyage it was intercepted and taken by men of Harfleur and Honfleur in spite of the truce with France. [CCR 1381-85, 476]
12/08/1384 Southampton (Hampshire)
Newport (Hampshire)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Southampton to arrest all ships of France in that port and any hereafter to the value of £200. in retribution for a ship of John Deghere of Newport in the Isle of Wight and Richard Bernewelle of Salisbury, victuallers of the castle and town of Cherbourg, which they loaded with "waide, lenge, tilis", and other goods to the value of £200. and sent to England, but on the voyage it was intercepted and taken by men of Harfleur and Honfleur in spite of the truce with France. [CCR 1381-85, 473]
09/06/1384 Southampton (Hampshire)
Shoreham-by-Sea (Sussex)
Order to the bailiffs of Shoreham to allow William Venour, citizen of London, to load into ships in that port 7 sarplers of wool of "refuse", which he cannot conveniently deliver at the king's staple, as he says, and without payment of customs or subsidies to bring the wool to Southampton by sea to be worked. [CCR 1381-85, 383]
26/01/1384 Staines (Middlesex) Grant to the good men of Staines of pontage for 3 years to be levied on all articles for sale passing under or over the bridge there. [CPR 1381-85, 381]
26/01/1384 Stamford Bridge (Yorkshire) Grant to Gregory de Thorneton, Simon de Thorpe and Thomas de Wartre and to the good men of Stamford Bridge of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 366]
05/07/1384 Swavesey (Cambridgeshire)
Over (Cambridgeshire)
Recognisance of Nicholas Brackele of Swavesey to Robert de Muskham, parson of Over, for £20. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Cambridgeshire. Defeasance on condition that Nicholas pay half the said sum on the day named. Cancelled on payment. [CCR 1381-85, 565]
07/12/1384 Tewkesbury (Gloucestershire) Grant to Thomas Cole, John Derhurst and the other good men of Tewkesbury of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 493]
13/05/1384 Tilbury by Clare (Essex) Recognisance of John Bray of Tilbury by Clare to Robert de Muskham [parson of Over, Cambs.] for £46. 13s. 4d. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. cancelled on payment, acknowledged by John de Burton, one of Robert's executors. [CCR 1381-85, 441]
05/08/1384 Windsor (Berkshire) Grant to the good men of New Windsor of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 445]
04/12/1384 Wragby (Lincolnshire) Commission of oyer and terminer on complaint by Beatrice, widow of Thomas de Roos of Hamelak, that certain men (among other offenses) assaulted her men and the servants deputed by her to collect the toll and other profits of her Wednesday market at Wragby which she and the lords thereof have been wont to collect since time immemorial, and also assaulted merchants and victuallers going there, so that they dared not come to the market for a long time. [CPR 1381-85, 509]
28/06/1384 Wymington (Bedfordshire)
Farndon (Northamptonshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Yole of Farndon for non-appearance to render £20. to John Curteys of Wymington. [CPR 1381-85, 430]
12/10/1385 Abingdon (Berkshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Peter Croydon of Abingdon for non-appearance to render account to William Wyot, chandler, for the time when he was his receiver, nor to render £17. 6s. 8d. to John Manyngton and Thomas Rolf, skinner, executors of the will of John Biernes, citizen and skinner of London. [CPR 1385-89, 27]
27/11/1385 Arrington (Cambridgeshire) Grant of pavage for 3 years to William Gosselyn and John Coulynche of Arrington for repairing the king's highway there. [CPR 1385-89, 61]
08/10/1385 Aston (Hertfordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Pentecombe, parson of Aston, for non-appearance to answer John Wyght, citizen and tailor of London, for a debt of £36. [CPR 1385-89, 27]
03/11/1385 Aveley (Essex)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Besyden of Aveley for non-appearance to answer Thomas Dachet, citizen and "sherman" of London, for a debt of 8 marks. [CPR 1385-89, 29]
08/12/1385 Bedford (Bedfordshire)
Holwell (Bedfordshire)
Wri tof supersedeas in favour of William Marshall, parson of Holwell, administrator of John Avenell, knight, died intestate, at suit of John de Midleton of Bedford for render of 6 marks. Mainpernors: William Burre, brewer of London, Walter Machoun of Bedfordshire, John Wynkeburne of Holborn, London, Thomas Hostiler of the parish of St Sepulchre without Newgate. [CCR 1385-89, 112]
29/04/1385 Boston (Lincolnshire) Order to the bailiffs and collectors of the subsidy of 6d. in the pound in Boston to discharge of the said subsidy certain vessels belonging to certain merchants of Almain, who touched at Boston and paid all customs and subsidies due at a time when they were not obliged to pay the 6d. in the pound with a cargo of stockfish, and to dearrest their ships and goods. [CCR 1381-85, 619-20]
12/11/1385 Boston (Lincolnshire) Order to the mayor of the staple of Middelburg to dearrest and deliver to Francis Burre "lamfell" of his to the value of £10., as it appears that Francis has paid custom for that amount to the collectors in Boston. [CCR 1385=89, 31]
15/11/1385 Bridport (Dorset) Grant to John de Huderesfeld of licence to collect a subsidy for the completion of harbour which he has begun at Bridport, where there was previously none, and which he cannot finish without help; viz. for 3 years from St Andrew's day next he may levy and collect 1/2d on every horseload of saleable things coming to the said port over the water or exported thence, and apply the money to the construction of the harbour. [quayage?] [CPR 1385-89, 46]
20/11/1385 Bristol (Gloucestershire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Angelo Johan, Lombard of Bristol, for non-appearance to answer Matthew Passelewe, citizen and grocer of London, for a debt of £18. 10s. [CPR 1385-89, 30]
13/09/1385 Buntingford (Hertfordshire) Grant for life to Thomas Stoute, groom of the butlery, of the market together with the fair of Buntingford, extended at 13s. 4d. per annum. (Vacated because otherwise below) [CPR 1385-89, 22]
26/10/1385 Buntingford (Hertfordshire) Grant for life to Thomas Stoute, groom of the butlery, of the market and fair of Buntingford, extended at 13s. 4d. per annum. [CPR 1385-89, 39]
29/01/1385 Bury St Edmunds (Suffolk) Inspeximus and confirmation to the abbot and convent of st Edmunds of a charter of Henry I, granting them the market and the toll of the market and town of Bury St Edmunds. [CPR 1381-85, 528]
06/12/1385 Canterbury (Kent) Grant for 5 years to the citizens of Canterbury, in order to assist and hasten the fortification of the city, that all cloth made by the inhabitants there shall be fulled within the liberty of the citry by the fullers and not elsewhere, except that blankets and other cloths of small value may be fulled at fulling mills outside the city and brought back to be finished, penalties for breach of this order to be wholly expended on the said fortification. [CPR 1385-89, 62]
01/12/1385 Cawston (Norfolk)
Burgh (Norfolk)
Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow all of Queen Anne's tenants in the towns of Cawston and Burgh in the hundred of South Erpingham, which she holds in dower or by assignment of the king for life, to be quit of payment of toll, stallage, chiminage, pontage, pavage, picage, murage and passage on their goods and property, as they ought to be and all other tenants of that honour used heretofore to be time out of mind, as they are of ancient demesne of the crown. [CCR 1385-89, 18]
16/11/1385 Chichester (Sussex) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Chichester to allow Margaret Marshall, countess of Norfolk, tenant of the manor of Bosham, to enjoy the liberties and quittances therein allowed by the justices in Eyre to Roger Bigod, earl of Norfolk in 7 Edward I, including quittance throughout the realm of stallage and toll. [CCR 1385-89, 30]
03/11/1385 Corney (Middlesex)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Catteworth of Corney for non-appearance to answer John Rede, citizen and brewer of London, for a debt of 14 marks. [CPR 1385-89, 29]
18/01/1385 Durham Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow the prior and monks of Durham to be quit of toll and passage everywhere, which is among other liberties granted to them by charter which the king has confirmed. [CCR 1381-85, 508]
18/02/1385 Durham Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow the prior and monks of Durham to be quit of toll, passage and various other charges everywhere, which is among other liberties granted to them by charter which the king has confirmed. [CCR 1381-85, 520]
08/11/1385 Eye (Suffolk) Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow all of Queen Anne's tenants of the honour of Eye, which she holds in dower or by assignment of the king for life, to be quit of payment of toll, stallage, chiminage, pontage, pavage, picage, murage and passage, as they ought to be and all other tenants of that honour used heretofore to be time out of mind. [CCR 1385-89, 14]
14/06/1385 Frindsbury (Kent)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Hardys of Frindsbury for non-appearance to answer John Pountfreyt, citizen and saddler of London, for a debt of 50s. [CPR 1381-85, 563]
20/02/1385 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk) Grant to the burgesses and good men of Great Yarmouth that they shall enjoy all their previous liberties concerning the place called Kirkeleyrode, as well as their herring fair, notwithstanding the revocation of the charters of both Edward III and Richard II, as the greater part of the people of the town have left it since it was deprived of its privileges, leaving it defenceless. [CPR 1381-85, 540-1]
10/05/1385 Grimsby (Lincolnshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Robert de Burton od Grimsby for non-appearance to answer Adam Stable, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £21. 12s., John Feraunt, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £7. 3s. and to render his account to the executors of William de Barrewe, citizen and tailor of London, for the time when he was William's receiver. [CPR 1381-85, 523]
08/05/1385 Herringby (Norfolk)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Geoffrey, parson of Herringby, for non-appearance when sued with Roger de Drayton, Richard Elys, Simon Hastynges, and Margaret widow of William Elys, executors of the said William to render £100. to Robert Somersete, citizen and clothier of London. [CPR 1381-85, 522]
08/11/1385 King's Lynn (Norfolk) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of King's Lynn to dearrest 2 ships of Wismar, which recently landed in King's Lynn with merchandise and unloaded it there. But although the merchants paid the customs and subsidies due, the ships were arrested in retribution for English ships recently arrested in Prussia, although they are from the Hanse town of Wismar and not from Prussia. [CCR 1385-89, 24]
08/05/1385 Kingsthorp (Northamptonshire) Order to all royal officials and others to allow the men and tenants of Kingsthorp, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, to be quit of toll upon their goods throughout the realm, as the men and tenants of the said demesne are and should be by custom. [CCR 1381-85, 535]
28/05/1385 Kingsthorp (Northamptonshire) Order to all royal officials and others to allow the men and tenants of Kingsthorp, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, to be quit of toll upon their goods, property and wares throughout the realm, as the men and tenants of the said demesne are and should be by custom. [CCR 1381-85, 544]
11/02/1385 Leaden Roothing (Essex)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Rocheford of Leaden Roothing for non-appearance to render £12. to William de Halden and John Forneux, clothiers of London, executors of Adam Fraunceys, citizen of London. [CPR 1381-85, 521]
01/05/1385 London Order to the sheriffs of London to dearrest and deliver to Daniel de la Mare, merchant of Genoa, all his goods and merchandise found in his house in "Seint Nicholaslane" London, namely 38 bales of pepper, price £418., 140 dozen of woollen cloth of Essex, price £87. 10s., 9 bales of almonds price £15. 3 cases of sugar, price £15., 50 lb. of "greyn" in one pipe, price 100s., 38 bales of sugar called "potzucre" price £38., 7 bales of cotton price £14., 6 "botes" of Greek wine price £20., 59 dozen caps price £29. 10s., 15 pieces of hemp, price 100s., 30 cases of soap, price £45., 5 old pieces of Amalek figs, price 10s., one bed of bluet with the fittings, "banqueres" and "quyssyns", vessels of brass and pewter and other utensils price £10., also a debt of £24. due by William Chichely, grocer. His books and papers to be kept in custody until further order. [CCR 1381-85, 539]
16/10/1385 London Order to Nicholas Brembre, mayor of London, to lay down an ordinance that all arrows exposed for sale by the fletchers of the city shall be of good and sufficient wood, suitably feathered and the heads good and hard. [CCR 1385-89, 21]
16/10/1385 London Order to the mayor of London to pay Roger Astelyn, blacksmith, £12. 7s. 5d. from the goods of John of Norhampton, in which sum John was bound to Roger before he was convicted, for certain works of his craft made by Roger for John. [CCR 1385-89, 21]
18/10/1385 London Order to the sheriffs of London to receive of William Staundon of London the true price for 12 dozen of rayed cloth of blue ground and 2 dozen of rayed cloth of murrey ground, which are in the sheriffs' hands, and deliver the same to him, as they were exposed for sale in the parish of St Mary Magdalen, London, without being sealed with the appropriate seal, and were hence arrested. [CCR 1385-89, 22]
12/12/1385 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of Richard Garston, late servant and attorney of John de Bereford, late burgess and draper of Oxford, at suit of Idonea, who was wife of John de Gonewardeby, citizen and pepperer of London, deceased intestate, and administratrix of her husband's goods, for render of £24. 16s. 10d. [CCR 1385-89, 127]
28/05/1385 London Recognisance by John, prior of the Carthusian house of London, for himself and the convent to Thomas Welford, citizen and fishmonger of London for £40. to be levied in default of payment of his lands, chattels and ecclesiastical goods in London. [CCR 1381-85, 631]
20/06/1385 London
Dorset
Recognisance of Ivo Fitz Waryn, knight, and Thomas Shanke, esquire, to William Rule, citizen and draper of London, for £400. to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1381-85, 636]
22/11/1385 London Order to the mayor and bailiffs of London to make proclamation that the Tower of London shall enjoy the same liberties and franchises as the city and commonalty of London. Also confirmation of the privileges of the constable of the Tower. [CCR 1385-89, 96]
17/11/1385 London Order to the mayor, collectors of custom and keepers of the port of London to allow Walter Pynchon of London to ship there 8 tuns and one pipe of honey and take it by the sea coast to Middelburg, on condition that he shall take them nowhere else. Mainpernors: Robert Bolton,clerk of Yorkshire, Robert Walsingham of London [CCR 1385-89, 106-7]
11/02/1385 London Pardon of outlawry to Thomas son of Robert Elsyng, late citizen and mercer of London, for non-appearnce to render £12. to William de Halden and John Forneux, clothiers of London, executors of Adam Fraunceys, citizen of London. [CPR 1381-85, 521]
13/06/1385 London
Oxford (Oxfordshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Henry Taillour of Oxford for non-appearance to render 100s. to William Venour of London. [CPR 1381-85, 563]
18/07/1385 London
Canterbury (Kent)
Coventry (Warwickshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Richard Bertelot of Canterbury at suit of Adam Botener, merchant of Coventry, for debt. Mainpernors: William Elys and Nicholas Stokebery of Canterbury, William and Simon Bertelot of London [CCR 1385-89, 103]
16/10/1385 London
Faversham (Kent)
Milton (Kent)
Imperfect writ to the collectors of customs in London, on petition by John Buxton, citizen of London, to bring two lasts of salted hides by the river Thames to Milton and Faversham to unload them there before taking them over sea. Mainpernors: Reynold Paye, John Spaldynge, cornmonger, both of London. [CCR 1385-89, 101]
27/10/1385 London
Greenwich (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs in the port of London to allow Nicholas Pyriman to load half a last of salted hides in that port and to bring it without payment of customs or subsidies to Greenwich in Kent by the river Thames to be there unloaded. Mainpernors: Robert York and Thomas Pomfret, both of London. [CCR 1385-89, 103]
28/06/1385 London
Hereford (Herefordshire)
Recognisance of Robert Lukyn of Hereford, knight, to Thomas Rose, skinner of London, for £62. 13s. 4d. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Herefordshire. Memorandum of defeasance on condition that Robert pay half the said sum on the day named. [CCR 1385-89, 79]
13/12/1385 London
Holborn (Middlesex)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Robert Gardiner of Holborn at suit of John Noreys, manciple dwelling at London in the rent of Sir ... Furnevall, knight, in Holborn, for debt. Mainpernors: John Bacoun, John Spynke of Norfolk, Walter Biere of Dorset, William Drapere of Holborn. [CCR 1385-89, 110]
05/12/1385 London
Ludlow (Shropshire)
Shrewsbury (Shropshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Henry Kyngeslane of Ludlow at suit of John Tyler of Shrewsbury for debt. Mainpernors: Thomas Noteman of Essex, William Hulle of Middlesex, William Elinbrugg of London, William West of Shropshire [CCR 1385-89, 111]
16/04/1385 London
Newmarket (Suffolk)
Cambridgeshire
Pardon to John Reynoldes of Hereford of divers felonies, including thefts at St Bartholomew's fair in London in 48 Edward III, and at Newmarket fair in 48 Edward III. [CPR 1381-85, 568-9]
16/10/1385 London
Northampton (Northamptonshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Robert Wilyngham of London for non-appearance to answer William Dene of Northampton for a debt of 20 marks. [CPR 1385-89, 28]
18/11/1385 London
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Order to John Barley, citizen and draper of London, to pay to William Rokelond and his fellows the king's lieges of Salisbury in part of £186. 6s. 8d. to them due by bond of John Norhampton, late draper of London, before the judgement against him, 40s. to him due from the said John Barley. [CCR 1385-89, 17]
14/06/1385 London
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Reginald Drewery of Salisbury for non-appearance to answer William Venour of London for a debt of £40. [CPR 1381-85, 563]
24/02/1385 London
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Reynold Drewery and John Benet, both of Salisbury, at suit of William Venour of London for debt. Mainpernors: John Godefray, John Wilteshire of Wiltshire, John Weston and Simon Barbour of Middlesex [CCR 1381-85, 617]
16/11/1385 London
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Order to John Squery, citizen and goldsmith of London, and John Bacherle, citizen and draper of London, to pay to William Rokelond and his fellows the king's lieges of Salisbury, in part of £186. 6s. 8d. to them due by bond of John Norhampton, late draper of London, before the judgement against him, 40 marks to him due from the said John Squery and John Bacheler. [CCR 1385-89, 16]
16/11/1385 London
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Order to Roger Moigne, citizen and draper of London, to pay to William Rokelond and his fellows the king's lieges of Salisbury, in part of £186. 6s. 8d. to them due by bond of John Norhampton, late draper of London, before the judgement against him, £34. 18s. 6d. to him due from the said Roger. [CCR 1385-89, 17]
16/10/1385 London
Sandwich (Kent)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of John More, merchant of Sandwich, with regard to a plea of account against him at suit of William Pygod, fishmonger of London, which is to be suspended until he has satisfied the king of great sums. [CCR 1385-89, 100]
01/12/1385 London
York (Yorkshire)
Order to the sheriffs of London to set free William de Assheburne, merchant of London, imprisoned at suit of John de Derfelde, attorney of Robert and Thomas de Howome, citizens and merchants of York, for debt. Mainpernors: John Cokayn the elder, Thomas Wynchestre, skinner of London, Robert Badeley, woolmonger of London, Walter Daue, skinner, Ralph Martyn, skinner, Thomas de Chaddesley of London [CCR 1385-89, 111]
14/6/1385 Northampton (Northamptonshire) Inspeximus and confirmation by Richard II of (among others) a charter of Henry III and its confirmation by Edward I granting to the burgesses of Northampton quittance from toll and lastage throughout England and the sea ports. [Northampton Records I, 68-72]
02/05/1385 Plymouth (Devon)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Sampson of Plymouth for non-appearance to answer William Venour, citizen of London, for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1381-85, 522]
05/03/1385 Rauceby (Lincolnshire)
Grantham (Lincolnshire)
London
Recognisance of John de Grene of Rauceby and Robert Courteman of Grantham to John Holbeche, citizen and mercer of London, for £40. to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in Lincolnshire. [CCR 1381-85, 617]
28/10/1385 Retford in the Clay (Nottinghamshire) Grant to the bailiffs of Retford in the Clay of pontage for 4 years for repair of the bridge over the Idel. [CPR 1385-89, 38]
03/11/1385 Richmond (Yorkshire [?])
Holton (Suffolk)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Philip Deneys, knight, kinsman and heir of William de Boyton of Holton, for non-appearance to answer William de Huddeswell of Richmond, clerk, and William Auldeburgh, draper and citizen of London, for a debt of £10. [CPR 1385-89, 29]
04/02/1385 Ripon (Yorkshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Topclyf of Ripon for non-appearance to answer Edmund Alderford, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1381-85, 520]
05/11/1385 Salisbury (Wiltshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Benet of Salisbury for non-appearance to answer William Venour of London for a debt of £40. [CPR 1385-89, 29]
24/02/1385 Sandwich (Kent) Grant to the mayor, iurats and commonalty of Sandwich of certain customs on imports and exports for 2 years in aid of the walling, fortifying and paving of their town. [murage, pavage] [CPR 1381-85, 534]
07/10/1385 Sandwich (Kent)
London
Order to the searcher in the port of Sandwich to deliver £90. of gold in money of England, and 31 francs of gold to Anthony Karlena of Genoa, which he brought with him when bringing divers goods with him from London to his ship at Sandwich, and which he asserts was intended for payment of customs and subsidies, and for wages of his seaman and not to be taken abroad. [CCR 1385-89, 20]
27/05/1385 Scarborough (Yorkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Scarborough of murage for 5 years. [CPR 1381-85, 570]
14/02/1385 Shelswell (Oxfordshire)
Somerton (Oxfordshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Walter, parson of Shelswell, for non-appearance to answer Richard Aston of Somerton for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1381-85, 521]
28/06/1385 Skelton (Yorkshire) Inspeximus and confirmation to Richard Duffeld, son and heir of Ellen, daughter and heir of William Graa of Skelton, and his heirs, of a charter of king Stephen granting to John, his larderer of York,and David his son, tenure of their lands with thol and theam etc. [CPR 1385-89, 19]
13/05/1385 Stortford (Hertfordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Stephen Dyer alias Dyghere alias Stephen Man, dyer of Stortford, for non-appearance to render his account to John Norwych, citizen and merchant of London for the time when he was his bailiff in Stortford, or to answer William Venour, merchant of London, and John Burwell, citizen and stockfishmonger of London, for debts of 100s. and £17. respectively. [CPR 1381-85, 562]
08/05/1385 Thrapston (Northamptonshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Thrapston of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 556]
21/02/1385 Wallingford (Berkshire)
London
Writ of supersedeas to set free Thomas Pykard of Wallingford, if taken at suit of Robert de Staverton and Ellis Bolkynge, citizens and drapers of London, for render of 7 marks. Mainpernors: Luke atte Welle, John Beaute, Philip Pleystowe of London [CCR 1381-85, 616]
10/02/1385 Wellingborough (Northamptonshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Henry Beston, carter of Wellingborough, for non-appearance to answer Bartholomew de Berford, citizen of London, for a debt of 6 marks, 6s. [CPR 1381-85, 521]
28/01/1385 Yarm (Yorkshire) Grant to Richard de Preston, Thomas de Aghton, Thomas de Ingylby and William Cuke of pontage for 5 years for the repair of the bridge at Yarm. [CPR 1381-85, 520]