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Market Privileges 1386-1390

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

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Market Privileges 1386-1390

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.
29/01/1386 Alresford (Hampshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Pycot of Alresford for non-appearance to answer Thomas Huntwyne, pouchmaker, and Robert Botelmakere, citizens of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1385-89, 31]
24/05/1386 Babraham (Cambridgeshire)
Bassingbourne (Cambridgeshire)
Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow all of Queen Anne's tenants in the town of Bassingbourne and parcel of the town of Babraham, which are of the honour of Richmond, and which she holds in dower or by assignment of the king for life, to be quit of payment of toll upon their goods and property, as they ought to be and all other tenants of that honour used heretofore to be time out of mind. [CCR 1385-89, 77]
24/11/1386 Battle (Kent)
Lewes (Sussex)
Hastings (Kent)
Pardon of outlawry to John Kent of Battle, alias merchant of Lewes, for non-appearance to answer John Wodeward, bailiff of the rape of Hastings, or William Crouge, merchant of Bordeaux, for debts of 40 marks and £27. 13s. 4d. respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 271]
25/10/1386 Bedford (Bedfordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Walter Cok of Bedford for non-appearance to answer Edmund Fraunceys, citizen and grocer of London, for a debt of £8. 8s. [CPR 1385-89, 184]
20/11/1386 Bodmin (Cornwall)
Exeter (Devon)
London
Order to the collectors of customs in the port of London to allow Thomas Spysour, merchant of Bodmin, to take 5 lasts of hides, which he loaded into at ship at Plymouth and for which he paid customs at Exeter, to Middelburg without a second payment of customs, as his ship was arrested for the king's service at sea and brought to London and hides and ship were only taken to await safe passage to Middelburg. [CCR 1385-89, 196]
23/01/1386 Bridgend (Lincolnshire) Grant to the prior of St Saviour's, Bridgend, for 3 years of pontage for the repair of the bridge of Bridgend. [CPR 1385-89, 97]
22/10/1386 Bristol (Gloucestershire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Bristol of quayage and murage for 10 years. [CPR 1385-89, 235]
17/02/1386 Bristol (Gloucestershire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Broun, burgess of Bristol, for non-appearance to answer John Bussheye, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £50. [CPR 1385-89, 102]
04/07/1386 Brougham (Westmorland) Grant to Alexander del Brigg, William Colynson and John Adyngham of murage from things passing for sale over the bridge of Brougham on the river Amote and through metes and bounds where there is a common thoroughfare by the river, in aid of making afresh a stone wall over the same. [CPR 1385-89, 190]
07/04/1386 Cambridge (Cambridgeshire) Declaration - on information that chandlers and hostlers selling candles and fuel in Cambridge deny the jurisdiction of the chancellor of the university and his vice-regent, because in the charter recently granted in parliament empowering the latter to try and punish forestallers and regraters therein, candles and fuel are not specifically named - that they are comprehended under the term victuals and the sellers thereof subject to the jurisdiction as victuallers. [CPR 1385-89, 129]
05/04/1386 Canterbury (Kent) Revocation of letters patent of 6/12/1385 granting to the citizens of Canterbury that all cloths made within the city should also be fulled within and not outside it, as the grant would cause great loss to many of the commonalty of the city and the parts adjacent. [CPR 1385-89, 132]
25/09/1386 Canterbury (Kent)
Charing (Kent)
Writ of supersedeas omnino in favour of Robert de Faversham of Westgate by Canterbury at suit of John Tichemerssh, late vicar of Charing, for debt. [CCR 1385-89, 278]
01/02/1386 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, 40]
15/02/1386 Colby (Norfolk)
Banningham (Norfolk)
Over (Cambridgeshire)
Pardon of outlawry to William Brid of Colby for non-appearance to answer Robert de Muskham, parson of Over, or Thomas de Foxton, parson of Baningham, for debts of £99. 16s. 8d. and 104 marks respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 102]
01/01/1386 Faversham (Kent) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Faversham to allow a ship of William Hoo, captain of Oye castle, to pass freely to the said castle with a cargo of victuals there bought for it. [CCR 1385-89, 55-56]
02/06/1386 Faversham (Kent) Order to the mayor, bailiffs, collectors of customs and searcher of forfeitures in Faversham to dearrest and deliver to John Clayson of Tolne in Seeland a ship of Tolne, its load of salt, and the money he should have received for the sale thereof, as John brought the salt from Bayonne to sell at Faversham, and sold a great part of it to various people, but although after his entry into the port the searcher entered his ship straightaway, and although he bargained with John concerning the salt, he arrested salt and money, as he could not get it at his will, claiming that John had exposed the salt for sale before the ship had been searched. [CCR 1385-89, 64-5]
09/02/1386 Finchingfield (Essex)
London
Recognisance of Geoffrey Michel of Finchingfield to Nicholas de Twyforde, knight, citizen of London, John Fraunceys, citizen and goldsmith of London, and Dru Barentyn, citizen and goldsmith of London, for £300. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. [CCR 1385-89, 115]
30/10/1386 Gloucester (Gloucestershire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Gloucester of pavage for 5 years. [CPR 1385-89, 234]
12/01/1386 Goring (Sussex)
Walberton (Sussex)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of William Kytte of Goring at suit of William Crouge of London for an account. Mainpernors: William Gorynge, John Wille of London, John Clevere of Arundel, John atte Shawe of Walberton, Richard Pymor of London, William Kynge of Sussex. [CCR 1385-89, 108]
08/07/1386 Grange in Gillingham (Kent)
London
Order to the bailiffs of Grange in the parish of Gillingham to allow John Steyndrop to load at Grange without payment of custom or subsidy and to bring to London 2 sarplers of wool by the sea coast and to unload it there. [CCR 1385-89, 173-4]
24/03/1386 Great Abington (Cambridgeshire)
Huntingdon (Huntingdonshire)
Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to set free Thomas North of Great Abington, imprisoned at suit of Henry Prudde of Huntingdon for debt. Mainpernors: Thomas Bocok of Standon (Herts.), John Fage the elder of Roxton (Bedfords.), John Fage the younger of Stow (Cambs.), Nicholas Coxfote of Abington (Cambs.) [CCR 1385-89, 142]
10/12/1386 Harlestone (Northamptonshire)
Wymington (Bedfordshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Lawrence Dyve of Harlestone at suit of John Curteys of Wymington for render of £10. [CCR 1385-89, 286]
05/07/1386 Hereford (Herefordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Walter atte Boure of Hereford for non-appearance to answer William Venour for a debt of £6. [CPR 1385-89, 183]
13/11/1386 Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Wymington (Bedfordshire)
Pardon of outlawry to John de Humbelton, merchant of Hull, for non-appearance to answer John Curteys, merchant of Wymington, for a debt of £48. [CPR 1385-89, 185]
06/10/1386 Huntingdon (Huntingdonshire)
London
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Boston (Lincolnshire)
York (Yorkshire)
Pardon of their outlawries to Robert le Barbour of Huntingdon, alias Robert Gysbourne, alias Gysburgh, barber of Huntingdon, and Christiana his wife, for non-appearance to answer John Woroth, Walter Frost of Kingston upon Hull, Nicholas Haywood of Boston, or John de Stodeye, citizen and vintner of London, for debts of £12., £10., £12. and 111s. 1d. respectively, or Edmund Belleyetter and John Waryn for a debt of £38., or John de Gysburn, merchant of York, and Robert de Selby, merchant of Kingston upon Hull, for debts of 100s. and £48. respectively, or when sued with Christiana his wife, to answer William de Cressyngham, citizen and vintner of London, and the said Robert de Selby for debts of £35. and £48. respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 184]
18/02/1386 Kelham (Nottinghamshire) Grant to the good men of Kelham of pontage for 3 years, in aid of the repair of Kelham Bridge over the Trent. [CPR 1385-89, 107]
28/01/1386 Lancaster (Lancashire) Grant that for repair of the bridge over the Lune by Lancaster pontage may be taken for 5 years from things for sale passing over the bridge and 1 league on either side of it. [CPR 1385-89, 97]
24/11/1386 London
Legfeld
Pardon of outlawry to John Botoun of Legfeld for non-appearance to answer Henry Betenham, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of 71s. 8d. [CPR 1385-89, 272]
21/05/1386 Lombeport [Lamport?] (Northamptonshire [?])
London
Pardon of outlawry to Edward Goldsmyth of Lombeport for non-appearance to answer Richard Leukenore, "cosour" of London, or Richard Waltham, citizen and cutler of London, for debts of 24 marks and £4. 10s. respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 152]
15/02/1386 London
Somerset
Pardon of outlawry to William Dounfervyle alias Dounfrevyle, knight of Somerset, for non-appearance to answer John Hamerton, citizen and tailor of London, or Robert Ascombe, citizen of London, for debts of £18. 18s. and £9. 10s. respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 102]
18/09/1386 London Grant to the mayor, aldermen and citizens of London of murage for 10 years for repair of its walls and dykes. [CPR 1385-89, 210]
27/11/1386 London Pardon of outlawry to John Maynard, citizen and waxchandler of London, for non-appearance to answer the executors of John Philipot, knight [of London], for a debt of £52. [CPR 1385-89, 272]
22/11/1386 London Order to the mayor, bailiffs and keepers of the passage in London to dearrest and deliver to certain merchants of Bordeaux a barge of London and its cargo of corn, and to allow them after payment of customs and subsidies to take it to Bordeaux, as they recently bought the said barge in London and loaded it with corn to be taken to Bordeaux, and afterwards the ship was arrested for the king's service at sea. [CCR 1385-89, 186]
10/09/1386 London Recognisance of Robert March, citizen and cutler of London to Stephen Mody, "monyour" and citizen of London for 20 marks to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in the city of London. [CCR 1385-89, 259]
06/11/1386 London
Hertfordshire
Writ of supersedeas omnino and order to the sheriffs of London to set free William Shrypulmerssh, woodmonger of London, Thomas Dachat, "sherman", and William Patenhale, brewer, citizens of London, if they be taken by reason of a recognisance for £80. by them made to Edmund Gyssyng esquire of Hertfortshire on 4/12/1382 before William Walworth, then mayor of the staple of Westminster, as they have contented the said Edmund. [CCR 1385-89, 272]
03/01/1386 London Order to William Venour, citizen of London, on petition of Henry Raundes, fellmonger of London, to keep £31. 14s. 8d. of Fernandus, master of St James in Portugal, now in his hands, making no payments to anyone until further order, as Henry claims that the master is bound to him in £32. for certain merchandise bought of him. [CCR 1385-89, 25]
26/10/1386 London Letters of attorney of John Somerton, citizen and taverner of London, appointing Richard Pattesle, citizen and vintner of London, to demand and recover his debts, sue and arrest his debtors and give acquittances. [CCR 1385-89, 314]
04/12/1386 London Order to the sheriffs, collectors of customs and keepers of the passage in London to allow certain merchants of Kamper in Seeland to pass to Middelburg with 5 ships of theirs in the port of London and 5 lasts, 15 dakers and 4 hides, and 59 pieces of tin, first paying the customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1385-89, 199]
20/09/1386 London Order to the sheriffs of London to take of Alexander Fouke, "webbe" of Reading, the sum at which 7 dozen woollen cloths are appraised, and to deliver them to him; which cloths were taken as forfeit to the king, because they were exposed for sale without being sealed with the appropriate seal. [CCR 1385-89, 188]
09/02/1386 London
Norfolk
Pardon of outlawry to Edmund de Thorpe, knight of Norfolk, for non-appearance to answer Salamon Salaman, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £17. 5s. [CPR 1385-89, 32]
26/09/1386 London Order to the collectors of customs in London to allow George de Scarps and James de Granago, merchants of Plesancia, to take 25 bales and fardels of cloth of Valence containing 249 pieces and bought at Middelburg to any port in England and from there to Portugal without payment of customs or subsidies, as they only brought it to London for safer passage. [CCR 1385-89, 175]
28/04/1386 London Order to the collectors of customs in the port of London to allow Nicholas Stevene, merchant of Porto, to put 13 fardels of woollen cloth of Valenciens containing 140 pieces into ships and to take them to Portugal without payment of customs or subsidies, as he lately loaded the said cloth at Middelburgh into a boat and brought it to London, in order to load it into a sounder vessel there to be taken to Portugal, and the collectors want to charge customs as if it had been offered for sale, which it was not. [CCR 1385-89, 61-2]
09/06/1386 London Recognisance of Richard Briklesworth of London to John Doget and John Cornewaleys of London for 500 marks to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in the city of London. [CCR 1385-89, 150]
30/01/1386 London
Bristol (Gloucestershire)
Order to the collectors of the petty custom in London to allow Peter Drogo of Genoa without payment of custom to carry 55 pieces of cloth called Valenciens over land to Bristol and from thence to Portugal, as he bought that cloth at Middleburg and brought it to London to be taken to Bristol and Portugal, it is of small value and is not disposed for sale, and the collectors are demanding 12d. for custom on every piece, as if it were of English make. [CCR 1385-89, 51]
06/01/1386 London
Bristol (Gloucestershire)
Order to the collectors of the petty custom in London to receive 3d. in the pound for 55 pieces of cloth called "Valenciens" in six little bales, and to allow Peter Drogo of Genoa without payment of any other custom to carry the same over land to Bristol and from thence to Portugal, as he bought that cloth at Middleburg and brought it to London to be taken to Bristol and Portugal, it is of small value and is not disposed for sale, and the collectors are demanding 12d. for custom on every piece as if it were of English make. [CCR 1385-89, 28]
12/05/1386 London
Coventry (Warwickshire)
Pardon of outlawry to William Bealgrave of Coventry for non-appearance to answer William Knyghtcote, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £31., or to render his account to John More, citizen and mercer of London, for the time when he was his receiver. [CPR 1385-89, 103]
23/08/1386 London
Exeter (Devon)
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs in the ports of London and Sandwich to allow Lawrence Desuze, merchant of Portugal, to load 5 lasts of hides into a ship and take them to Middelburg, as he paid customs for them in Exeter and brought them to London in English ships, which however did not dare sail to Middelburg out of fear of the king's enemies. [CCR 1385-89, 166]
11/01/1386 London
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of King's Lynn to dearrest John de Gisorf, merchant of Genoa, and his herring, as he bought 50 lasts of herring at Skania and loaded them in a ship to take them to Middelburg or London, and when touching at King's Lynn to wait for a fair wind, he and his ship were arrested on the accusation of being the king's enemies. [CCR 1385-89, 17]
29/11/1386 London
Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
Pardon of outlawry to William Elveley of Lincoln for non-appearance to answer John Busshey, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £8. [CPR 1385-89, 272]
29/11/1386 London
Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Robert Ferthyng, merchant of London, for non-appearance to answer Katharine, widow of John Stanbergh of Lincoln for a debt of 88 marks. [CPR 1385-89, 272]
07/11/1386 London
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs and searcher in London to deliver to Richard Bere, master of a ship of Sandwich, his ship and its gear, as certain merchants of Lombardy and Genoa loaded a ship of Genoa with divers merchandise to be brought to London, and on the voyage the ship touched at the "Dounes" off Sandwich and for greater safety, because their ship was too heavily loaded, the merchants hired the said ship of Sandwich to aid in bringing the goods to London, and when they got there, the ships were arrested by the searcher, because some of the merchandise was carelessly exposed for sale before they had sufficient warrant. [CCR 1385-89, 181]
12/12/1386 London
Sandwich (Kent)
Shoebury (Essex)
Commission to enquire on complaint by Peter Mark, merchant of Florence, and Gerard Lomelyn, merchant of Genoa, that when the one had placed 16 bales of pepper and the other 6 bales of pepper and one of cinnabar in a ship of London at Sandwich to be taken to London, the ship was stranded on the eve of All Saints last at Shoebury and the cargo cast ashore and carried off as wreck by local men, although all the crew escaped to shore. [CPR 1385-89, 265]
17/01/1386 London
Windsor (Berkshire)
Grant to William Shrympelmerssh, woodmonger of London, of a shout of his forfeited as a deodand to the king, because a man fell out of her last week by misadventure and was drowned, when she was going by the Thames towards Windsor with ale for the king under the charge of Thomas Thorne. [CPR 1385-89, 91]
26/10/1386 Long Sutton (Lincolnshire)
London
Bristol (Gloucestershire)
Pardon of outlawry to John Burcy, alias Bursy, of Long Sutton for non-appearance to answer John Northwych, citizen and merchant of London, and John Fulbrok, burgess of Bristol, for debts of £32. and £60. respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 184]
12/10/1386 Lostwithiel (Cornwall)
Plymouth (Devon)
London
Order to the collectors of customs in the port of London to allow Walter Hikedoun, merchant of Lostwithiel, to take 5 lasts, 32 dakers and and four hides to Middelburg, without a second payment of customs and subsidies, as he loaded the said hides in ships at Plymouth and there paid the customs and subsidies due, and on their voyage to Middelburg the ships touched at London for fear of enemies, and the collectors are distraining him for a second payment of customs, because he unloaded the hides to put them in stronger ships for safer passage. [CCR 1385-89, 191-2]
08/02/1386 Mersham (Kent)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Auncell of Mersham for non-appearance to answer Thomas Pole, citizen and girdler of London, for a debt of 14 marks. [CPR 1385-89, 31]
28/06/1386 Monkbretton (Yorkshire) Order to all royal officials and others not to distrain the prior of Monkbretton for payment of toll on his church goods now or hereafter sold, or others bought for his maintenance, as by custom of the realm men of the church ought not to pay toll. [CCR 1385-89, 159]
04/06/1386 Narford (Norfolk)
Swaffham Market (Norfolk)
Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow all of Queen Anne's tenants in Narford and Swaffham Market, which are of the honour of Richmond, and which she holds in dower or by assignment of the king for life, to be quit of payment of toll upon their goods and property, as they ought to be and all other tenants of that honour used heretofore to be time out of mind. [CCR 1385-89, 77]
12/11/1386 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Stephen Wresyll of Newcastle upon Tyne for non-appearance to answer John Busshey, citizen and mercer of London, and John Reynald, citizen and hatter of London, for debts of £56. and £17. respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 185]
01/06/1386 Newent (Gloucestershire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John de la Forde of Newent for non-appearance to answer Robert Aston, citizen and vintner of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1385-89, 152]
18/01/1386 Oundle (Northamptonshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Oundle of pontage for 3 years in aid of the repair of Ashtonbridge near that town. [CPR 1385-89, 97]
17/11/1386 Pentney (Norfolk) Revocation of a recent mandate patent requiring all royal officials to exempt the men of Pentney from prest of toll throughout the realm, on the grounds that it formed part of the ancient demesne of the crown, as the said town is entered in Domesday Book as land of Roger Bigod. [CPR 1385-89, 242]
21/10/1386 Pentney (Norfolk) Order to all royal officials throughout the realm to allow the men of Pentney in Freebridge, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, to be quit of payment of toll on their goods and property, as by custom the men of the ancient demesne of the crown should be. [CCR 1385-89, 178]
06/02/1386 Plympton (Devon) Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter of Baldwin de Redvers, earl of Devon, dated 25/3/1242, granting to the burgesses of Plympton the borough of Plympton with its market and fair and freedom from toll and custom, as well as other liberties. [CPR 1385-89, 104]
26/04/1386 Porchester (Hampshire) Appointment of Robert Bardolf, constable of Porchester castle, and John Cook, to buy within the county of Hampshire and bring to the said castle as many quarters of wheat and other victuals, as shall suffice for its garniture, it being greatly in need of the same. [CPR 1385-89, 134]
18/08/1386 Romsey (Hampshire)
London
Writ of supersedeas and order to the sheriff of Southampton to set free Thomas Dyar of Romsey, if taken at suit of John Assheley, citizen of London, for debt. Mainpernors: William Tour of Somerset, William Lamburn, William Garton of London, William Ekyngton of Derbyshire. [CCR 1385-89, 279]
11/10/1386 Ross Hall (Shropshire) Order to all royal officials throughout the realm to allow the men to the town of Ross Hall, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, to be quit of payment of toll on their goods and property, as by custom the men of the ancient demesne of the crown should be. [CCR 1385-89, 172]
10/05/1386 Rugeley (Staffordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Robert atte Dene, citizen and butcher of London, for non-appearance when sued with John Clerc of Rugeley, to answer John Sauvage of the parish of St Anthony, London, for a debt of 28 marks. [CPR 1385-89, 103]
14/02/1386 Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Southampton (Hampshire)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Salisbury to deliver to Richard Bernwell 12 tuns of woad in the keeping of John Balle, citizen of that city, and arrested at Southampton in retribution for goods to the value of £200. arrested by the king's enemies, and out of the goods granted to Bernwelle by the king Balle is witholding 12 tuns. Also order to John Balle to hand over the said 12 tuns. [CCR 1385-89, 63]
18/10/1386 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the warden of the Cinque Ports to allow certain merchants of Genoa to unload and sell certain goods and merchandise in whatever part of the realm they please, paying the customs and subsidies due, and to reload in ships and take abroad without payment of customs or subsidies any goods not sold or not exposed for sale, as the said ships were taken at sea on the way to Middelburg and brought to Sandwich, on the accusation that they were enemy ships and their cargo enemy property. [CCR 1385-89, 187-8]
24/11/1386 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the warden of the Cinque Ports and the mayor and bailiffs of Sandwich to allow certain merchants of Genoa dwelling in the city of London to sell certain goods and merchandise in whatever part of the realm they please, paying the customs and subsidies due, and to reload in ships and take abroad without payment of customs or subsidies any goods not sold or not exposed for sale, as the said ships were taken at sea on the way to Middelburg and brought to Sandwich, on the accusation that they were enemy ships and their cargo enemy property. [CCR 1385-89, 199-200]
18/10/1386 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the warden of the Cinque Ports to allow Peter Mark, merchant of Florence, to unload and sell in any part of the realm he likes 362 bales of woad of Lumbardy, 46 bales of pepper, 1 of "canel", and 1 of ginger to the value of £1,000., paying first the customs and subsidies due, and to reload in ships and take abroad without payment of customs or subsidies any goods not sold or not exposed for sale, as the said goods were taken in ships of Genoa at sea on the way to Middelburg and brought to Sandwich, on the accusation that they were enemy ships and their cargo enemy property. [CCR 1385-89, 188]
24/11/1386 Sandwich (Kent)
London
Order to the warden of the Cinque Ports to deliver to certain merchants of Piacenza two ships of Piacenza with the artillery and all the gear and to allow them to pass to London or to whatever part of the realm they please, as the said ships were taken at sea on the way to Middelburg and brought to Sandwich, on the accusation that they were enemy ships and their cargo enemy property. [CCR 1385-89, 200]
17/08/1386 Sandwich (Kent)
London
Order to the warden of the Cinque Ports to deliver to Francis Burgar of Genoa the tarit of which he is master and to allow him to take it with all its gear and the goods therein and to bring it to London, as the said tarit was recently taken at sea and brought to Sandwich. [CCR 1385-89, 165-66]
29/12/1386 Sandwich (Kent)
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Order to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of customs in Sandwich to allow Richard Gys, merchant of Salisbury to take to Portugal 700 quarters of wheat in a ship of Southampton in the port of Sandwich, after payment of customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1385-89, 205]
20/08/1386 Shaftesbury (Dorset) Grant to Thomas Cammel and John Cory, good men of Shaftesbury, of pavage for 3 years, for paving its high street. [CPR 1385-89, 208]
29/06/1386 Shaftesbury (Dorset)
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Surman of Shaftesbury for non-appearance to answer William Godmanstone, citizen and merchant of Salisbury, for a debt of £11. 8s. [CPR 1385-89, 182]
08/02/1386 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the collectors of customs in Southampton to allow John Picton of Haverford to load 9 sacks 5 stone of wool in 5 sarplers, which are of the growth of Wales and for which customs and subsidies were paid at Carmarthen in ships and to take them to Genoa, Venice, or other parts of the king's friendship. [CCR 1385-89, 46]
08/12/1386 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the mayor, bailiffs and customer of Southampton to deliver to Menaldus de Lesgo, merchant of Bayonne, certain goods and merchandise of his in that port, as he recently came to Southampton in a ship of Bayonne loaded with wines of certain merchants of those parts and bought divers pipes of wine of those merchants to make his own profit on, and although they paid customs thereon the customer arrested the said wine on the grounds that Lesgo had bought the wine contrary to the privileges and customs of the town of Southampton. [CCR 1385-89, 197-8]
04/01/1386 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the collectors of customs in Southampton to allow Hugelin Gerard of Bouloigne to take 20 lasts of hides to Middleburg quit of the great custom of 8 marks for the last, as the said hides were among Portugese goods arrested off the coast by Southampton and came to him by purchase, and he does not owe the great custom, as they are not of English origin. [CCR 1385-89, 31]
24/09/1386 Southampton (Hampshire)
London
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Southampton to deliver to Barnabo Dentutes, merchant of Genoa, without payment of customs or subsidies thereupon, a ship of his loaded with iron which lately touched at Southampton, allowing him to take it to London, where he will pay the custom of 3d. in the pound due upon the iron. [CCR 1385-89, 260]
06/12/1386 Tintagel (Cornwall) Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter of Richard, earl of Cornwall, granting to the burgesses and men of Tintagel quittance of pontage and stallage throughout Cornwall and a weekly market on Wednesdays and a yearly fair for 3 days at Michaelmas. [CPR 1385-89, 245]
06/03/1386 Toddington (Bedfordshire) Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter dated 3/11/1250 granting to Paulinus Peyver and his heirs a weekly market in his manor of Toddington and a yearly fair for 3 days there at Trinity. [CPR 1385-89, 126]
04/06/1386 Towcester (Northamptonshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Richard Josep of Towchester for non-appearance to answer John Peyntour, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of 70s. 6d. [CPR 1385-89, 153]
06/04/1386 Waltham Holy Cross (Essex)
London
Grant to the good men of Shoreditch of pavage for 2 years, in aid of paving the highway from Waltham Holy Cross to Shoreditch. [CPR 1385-89, 143]
10/10/1386 Watlington (Oxfordshire)
Ilford (Essex)
Pardon of outlawry to John Wyt of Watlington for non-appearance to answer Walter de Somerton, parson of Ilford, for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1385-89, 183]
12/03/1386 Weedon (Buckinghamshire)
Wingrave (Buckinghamshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Richard Hokeriche of Weedon at suit of William Curteys of Wingrave for debt. Mainpernors: Roger Rabbas, Richard Trumpyngton, Thomas de Welyngton, John Clopton of the city of London [CCR 1385-89, 132]
15/04/1386 West Clandon (Surrey)
London
Writ of supersedeas in favour of William Weston of West Clandon at suit of Roger Hynton, citizen and carpenter of London, for debt. [CCR 1385-89, 143]
18/05/1386 West Lynn (Norfolk)
Bristol (Gloucestershire)
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Brekehed of West Lynn for non-appearance to answer Richard Brayles of Bristol for a debt of £7. 10s. [CPR 1385-89, 103]
05/07/1386 Wigmore (Hertfordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to William Elys of Wigmore for non-appearance to answer William Venour [of London] for a debt of £8. [CPR 1385-89, 183]
04/06/1386 Winchelsea (Sussex) Order to the warden of the Cinque Ports to take of the mayor and bailiffs of Winchelsea the price or value of the wheat by them sold, which 200 quarters of wheat were arrested in a ship of Delft on the voyage from Normandy to Holland, and sold contrary to the king's command. [CCR 1385-89, 65]
15/03/1386 Woodcott (Oxfordshire)
Hanney (Berkshire)
London
Denchworth (Berkshire)
Writ of supersedeas omnino in favour of Christina Bailly of Woodcott at suit of John Shelford, citizen of London, against her and John Rankeleyn of Denchworth and John Sexteyn of Hanney for debt. Mainpernors: Thomas Overey, draper of London, John West, draper of London, Richard Bailly of Woodcotte and Henry Leche of London. [CCR 1385-89, 141]
08/07/1386 Woolley (Huntingdonshire)
Coldsden (Bedfordshire)
Bushmead (Bedfordshire)
Recognisance of Thomas Wauton of Bushmead and John Lorde of Coldsden to John Stukeley of Wooley for 400 marks to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in Bedfordshire. [CCR 1385-89, 248]
13/04/1386 Yeovil (Somerset) Grant ot Richard Fauntleroy and Richard Bursy, good men of Yeovil, of pavage for 5 years for the high street, which runs through the middle of their town. [CPR 1385-89, 134]
02/11/1386 York (Yorkshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and citizens of York of murage for 5 years. [CPR 1385-89, 235]
24/02/1387 Cornwall
Devon
Somerset
Dorset
Hampshire
Gloucestershire
Surrey
Sussex
Essex
Hertfordshire
Kent
Norfolk
Suffolk
Lincolnshire
Northumberland
Yorkshire
Wiltshire
Order to the sheriffs of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and Dorset, Southampton, Bristol, Surrey and Sussex, Essex and Hertfordshire, Kent, Norfolk and Suffolk, Lincolnshire, Northumberland, Yorkshire and Wiltshire to make proclamation that no goods or merchandise are to be loaded in places called "crykes" and divers little places by the seacoast where merchandise used not be loaded before, as the king has heard that a great number of merchants and other subjects are loading goods in such places and taking them abroad without payment of customs or duties, and anyone who gives information concerning those who have done so will be rewarded. [CCR 1385-89, 305]
08/11/1387 Cornwall
Devon
Somerset
Dorset
Hampshire
Gloucestershire
Surrey
Sussex
Essex
Hertfordshire
Kent
Norfolk
Suffolk
Lincolnshire
Northumberland
Yorkshire
Wiltshire
Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster, and all his men of his lands and fees which on 7 May 16 Edward III were held by Henry, earl of Lancaster, to enjoy all the liberties granted by charter of the late king and confirmed by the king, namely quittance throughout the realm of pavage, passage, payage, lastage, stallage, tallage, carriage, pesage, picage and terrage. [CCR 1385-89, 348]
20/03/1387 Yorkshire
Lancashire
Westmorland
Licence for Richard Croft, Roger Assheborne, alias Croftman, John Hyghgate and Walter Robynessone, deputed by the treasurer of Calais, to buy in Yorkshire, Lancashire and Westmoreland and bring to Calais for its victualling, oxen and other animals, without payment of customs or subsidies. [CPR 1385-89, 288-89]
22/03/1387 Barking (Essex)
London
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies and the searcher in the port of London to allow John Sebroke of Barking to load in the said port fourscore ox hides in a boat without payment of customs or subsidies, and to take them to Barking to tan. Mainpernors: Robert de York, Thomas Pomfreyt, Alan de Walsyngham, all cordwainers of London [CCR 1385-89, 222]
18/10/1387 Berkhampstead (Hertfordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to William Welden, maltmonger of Berkhampstead, for non-appearance to answer John Dany of Holborn in the suburb of London for a debt of £10. [CPR 1385-89, 335]
15/05/1387 Beverley (Yorkshire) Grant to the burgesses and good men of Beverley of pavage for 4 years. [CPR 1385-89, 292]
23/11/1387 Billingford (Norfolk)
Foulsham (Norfolk)
Barford (Norfolk)
Recognisance of John son of william Curson of Billingford and Henry Curson, parson of Foulsham, to William Curson of Barford for £500. to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in Norfolk. [CCR 1385-89, 454]
15/05/1387 Brentford (Middlesex)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Driffeld of Brentford for non-appearance when sued with Maragret Wastenesse of Bedfordshire to answer Thomas Bridlyngton, citizen and tailor of London, for a debt of £4. 12s. [CPR 1385-89, 294]
27/06/1387 Butterwick (Lincolnshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Edmund Pynchebek, of Butterwick, chaplain, for non-appearance to answer Thomas Morant of London for a debt of 40 marks. [CPR 1385-89, 333]
26/04/1387 Cambridge (Cambridgeshire)
Boston (Lincolnshire)
Pardon of outlawry to John Cailly of Cambridge for non-appearance to answer Thomas Trouale of Boston for a debt of £36. [CPR 1385-89, 274]
17/06/1387 Chilcombe (Hampshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to William atte Watre of Chilcombe for non-appearance to answer John Drewe, skinner of London, for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1385-89, 295]
07/05/1387 Cottingham (Yorkshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to William Takel of Cottingham for non-appearance to render £4. 4s. to Adam Bamme, citizen and goldsmith of London, and Ellen his wife, executrix of the will of John Bruges, citizen and goldsmith of London. [CPR 1385-89, 294]
03/08/1387 Croydon (Surrey)
London
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Thomas Haselmere of Croydon at suit of Geoffrey Grigge, citizen and vintner of London, for debt. [CCR 1385-89, 435]
04/02/1387 Dartmouth (Devon)
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Walter Pollard of Dartmouth for non-appearance to answer John Hostiler of Salisbury for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1385-89, 273]
23/01/1387 Dover (Kent)
Sandwich (Kent)
Kingsdown (Kent)
Order to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of customs in Sandwich to allow certain merchants of Portugal whose ship was wrecked at Kingsdown near Dover to load the part of their hides, leather and other merchandise that was salved in ships and to take it to Middelburg without payment of customs or subsidies, as 7 eighths of their property were lost in the wreck and the rest damaged by the sea water. [CCR 1385-89, 204]
10/01/1387 Dover (Kent)
Sandwich (Kent)
Kingsdown (Kent)
Order to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of customs in Sandwich to allow certain merchants of Portugal, whose ship was wrecked at Kingsdown near Dover, to load the part of their hides, leather and other merchandise that was salved in ships and to take it to Middelsburg without payment of customs or subsidies, as 7 eighths of their property were lost in the wreck and the rest damaged by the sea water. [CCR 1385-89, 205-6]
31/01/1387 East Greenwich (Kent)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Robert atte Wode, late of East Greenwich, for non-appearance to answer William Neuport, citizen and fishmonger of London, for a debt of £23. [CPR 1385-89, 273]
15/03/1387 Eddlesborough (Buckinghamshire)
Great Hampden (Buckinghamshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Roger Crips, parson of Great Hampden, at suit of John Bedeforde of Eddlesborough for debt. [CCR 1385-89, 307]
10/07/1387 Gloucester (Gloucestershire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Compton of London for non-appearance to answer Richard Scotard, citizen of London, for a debt of £13. [CPR 1385-89, 334]
23/05/1387 Great Greenford (Middlesex)
Brentford (Middlesex)
Pardon of outlawry to Richard Welles, parson of Great Greenford, for non-appearance to answer Adam de Brykelesworth, chaplain, and Stephen atte Belle of Brentford for a debt of £40. [CPR 1385-89, 294]
10/06/1387 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk) Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in Great Yarmouth to allow certain merchants of Almain to load in certain ships in that port 100 fardels containing divers woollen cloths and 300 cheeses bought and purveyed for their sustenance, and to let them take them to Almain after payment of customs and subsidies. [CCR 1385-89, 242]
18/05/1387 Grimsby (Lincolnshire)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Order to the mayor, bailiffs and customers of Grimsby to dearrest and deliver to their owners a ship of Bremen and the goods of certain merchants of the Hanse, to be brought over to King's Lynn, there unloading and paying the customs etc. due, as the said merchants recently loaded the said ship at Bremen with divers merchandise to be taken to King's Lynn, and when the ship by default and carelessness of the steersman arrived at the river Humber near Grimsby it was arrested on the pretense of being enemy property. [CCR 1385-89, 225-6]
01/04/1387 Hedon (Yorkshire)
London
Licence for John de Burton of Hedon to ship there and bring to London by sea 50 dickers of tanned hides, without payment of customs or subsidies. [CPR 1385-89, 300]
19/10/1387 Hertford (Hertfordshire)
Bradwell (Buckinghamshire)
Langford (Essex)
Pardon of outlawry to John Purdeaux of Bradwell and John Lake of Langford for non-appearance to answer the prior of Hertford for a debt of £8. [CPR 1385-89, 335]
29/06/1387 Higham Ferrers (Northamptonshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Hugh Kirnyngton of Higham Ferrers for non-appearance to answer Walter Dautry, citizen of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1385-89, 333]
03/07/1387 Hundon (Suffolk) Pardon of outlawry to John Coupere of Hundon for non-appearance to answer Joan, late the wife of Thomas del Forge of Hundon, for a debt of £10. [CPR 1385-89, 333]
02/12/1387 Ipswich (Suffolk)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Roger Grossewold of Ipswich for non-appearance to render £44. 10s. to the executors of the will of William Croug(es) of London. [CPR 1385-89, 337]
14/10/1387 King's Lynn (Norfolk) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of King's Lynn to cause certain woollen cloths of Goscall Wynbergh, merchant of Prussia, to be appraised and sold, as they were recently arrested as a reprisal because of differences between the king and the men of Prussia, and owing to careless keeping the cloths have been so damaged by worms and otherwise that they will perish if nothing is done. [CCR 1385-89, 353]
24/06/1387 Kirby Bellars (Leicestershire)
London
Recognisance of William de Melton of Kirby to William de Ancroft, citizen and merchant of London, and John Rome, clerk, for £500. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Leicestershire. [CCR 1385-89, 246]
20/10/1387 Lincoln (Lincolnshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Lincoln of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1385-89, 356]
04/02/1387 Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to William Brakne of Lincoln for non-appearance to answer Edmund Alderford, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £10. [CPR 1385-89, 273]
16/07/1387 London Grant to John Bosham, John Cornewayle, tailor, William Mathewe, chandler, and Robert Wenlyng, barber, of pavage for 3 years in aid of paving the street from New Temple Bar to the Savoy and of Chancery Lane. [CPR 1385-89, 338]
21/02/1387 London Order to the sheriffs of London to make proclamation that no goods or merchandise are to be loaded in places called "crykes" and divers little places by the seacoast where merchandise used not be loaded before, as the king has heard that a great number of merchants and other subjects are loading goods in such places and taking them abroad without payment of customs or duties, and anyone who gives information concerning those who have done so, will be rewarded. [CCR 1385-89, 302]
18/02/1387 London
Devon
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Thomas Fillegh of Devon at suit of Roger Excestre, citizen and saddler of London, for debt. [Thomas Fillegh was steward of the household of Sir John Dinham of Hartland (Devon) in 1372/73 and may be thought to have continued in the service of his son and heir John after the former's death in 1383. Cf. Cornwall Record Office MS AR37/36, printed in Household Accounts from Medieval England, ed. C. M. Woolgar, pt. 2, (Oxford et al. 1993), pp. 495-503. John junior is known to have bought from Excestre] [CCR 1385-89, 298]
10/06/1387 London Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies and the searcher in the port of London to allow John Atherston, captain of Poylle castle, to load in ships in that port and without payment of customs or subsidies to take to the said castle, a barrel of candles, a barrel of pewter and wooden vessels, 2 millstones, a barrel of cheese, 40 ells of linen cloth, 20 ells of rayed cloth and 20 quarters of malt bought and purveyed in London for victualling and furnishing the same. [CCR 1385-89, 238]
02/11/1387 London Order to the late sheriffs of London to cause 30 pieces of cloth of "kerseye" of Tidman Walden, merchant of Prussia, to be appraised and sold, as they were recently arrested as a reprisal because of differences between the king and the men of Prussia, and owing to careless keeping the cloths have been so damaged by worms and otherwise that they will perish if nothing is done. [CCR 1385-89, 358]
20/12/1387 London Order to the searcher in the port of London to deliver to Wrowin Stepynge, merchant of Almain, a basnet with an "aventaille" and "brestplate", as he recently sent a yeoman of his with certain merchandise loaded in a ship in the port of London to be taken to Bordeaux, and in the said port paid the customs and subsidies due, but on view and examination at Gravesende the said harness was arrested by the bailiff of the town because it did not appear in the letters of cocket, althought the merchant had given it to his yeoman for his personal defence on the journey. [CCR 1385-89, 363-4]
18/12/1387 London Order to the collector of the petty custom in London to allow Emund de la Pole, captain of Calais castle, to load in that port all manner of victuals, cloth and other things bought for the furnishing of the said castle, and to take them over without payment of customs or subsidies. [CCR 1385-89, 366]
14/07/1387 London Recognisance of Thomas MakWilliam, grocer, Adam de Seynt Ive, grocer, John Pygeon, piebaker, and Guy Laurence, grocer, all of London, to John de Burton clerk and Clement Spice, for 820 marks to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in the city of London. Cancelled on payment. [CCR 1385-89, 426]
12/07/1387 London Writ of supersedeas omnino in favour of John Brymmesgrove, merchant of London, who on 22/12/1386 made a recognisance to Guy Laurence, citizen and grocer of London, for £140. payable on 1/2/1387 and did not pay, whereupon the king ordered him to be arrested and his goods appraised, but the said Guy has since been fully contented. [CCR 1385-89, 428]
24/05/1387 London Writ of supersedeas omnino and order to set free Thomas Spaygne, citizen and fishmonger of London, if taken, as he has contented Roger Wilforde, citizen and fishmonger of London, of a debt of £22. 13s. 4d. and of 40s. to him adjudged in court for his damages and expenses. [CCR 1385-89, 312-3]
05/10/1387 London Appointment of the king's clerks Alan Sleddale and Nicholas Bubwyth and Thomas Sireston, one of the auditors of the Exchequer, to audit the account of John Cornewaille, tailor [of London], for moneys taken in accordance with a grant of pavage in London dated 16/7/1384 and renewed for 3 years on 16 July last. [CPR 1385-89, 354]
20/07/1387 London Order to set free John Whitwode, called Lyncoln, citizen and fishmonger of London, as he has contented John Lemman, citizen and fishmonger of London, of a debt of £55. [CCR 1385-89, 335]
24/05/1387 London Order to all officials throughout the realm to arrest Peter de Lane, master of a ship of Bayonne, which was recently loaded by John Nicol, citizen and vintner of London, with wheat to the value of £100. and sent to Bordeaux, but the master took it to Bayonne rather than to Bordeaux, as he should have done, and sold the wheat to his own advantage. [CCR 1385-89, 225]
06/06/1387 London Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in the port of London to take no custom or subsidy on 11 1/2 thousands of iron and 5 tuns of oil taken at sea before the parliament by which the said subsidy was granted and brought to London by Philip Darcy, provided that customs and subsidies be paid if the said goods are taken abroad. [CCR 1385-89, 241]
21/03/1387 London Grant to William West, Richard Messager, John Sandewych, William Stowe, Roger Broune and John Philippe of pavage for 1 year for paving St John's Street from West Smithfield Bar, London, to the place of Hugh Mynter of Islington. [CPR 1385-89, 284]
08/02/1387 London Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound and 3s. on every tun of wine in London to allow certain merchants of Genoa after paying the customs due before the grant of the said subsidy to sell sugar, almonds, powder in pockets and other goods to no small value, brought to that port in 3 boats of Genoa 2 months before the said grant, without paying the said subsidy. [CCR 1385-89, 217]
02/08/1387 London
Essex
Recognisance of John Priterwelle esquire to Roger Sherwynde, mercer of London, for £100. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. Memorandum of defeasance on condition that John pay £50. on the day named. Cancelled on payment. [CCR 1385-89, 434]
09/07/1387 London
Somerset
Pardon of outlawry to John Muryet, knight of Somerset, for non-appearance to answer Robert Staverton, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of £13. 15s. 10d. [CPR 1385-89, 334]
26/11/1387 London Recognisance of Robert de Thorle esquire to John de Willyngham, citizen and vintner of London, for 20 marks to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in the city of London. Cancelled on payment. [CCR 1385-89, 454]
23/10/1387 London Memorandum of a mainprise under pain of £100. for payment of £31. to John Harwelle, serjeant, with his damages and costs in case of a judgement against the defendant rendered before William Staundon, late one of the sheriffs of London, on a cause between the said serjeant and William Barbour, waxchandler, for debt, whereupon a writ of error is pending. Mainpernors: Richard Plot, John Noble, Thomas Pleynmore, Simon Preutot, all waxchandlers, and William Oxenforde, all of London. [CCR 1385-89, 446]
18/05/1387 London Pardon of outlawry to Bartholomew Pygot, knight, executor of the will of Lionel, duke of Clarence, for non-appearance to render £40. to Henry Bamme, citizen and goldsmith of London. [CPR 1385-89, 294]
01/10/1387 London Recognisance of John Michel, citizen and vintner of London, to John Basse, citizen and draper of London, for £15. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1385-89, 438]
16/06/1387 London Grant to John Dany, Walter Barton, cordwainer, John Trap, William Horscroft and Hugh Wynkeburn, citizens of London, of pavage for 3 years for paving Holborn from Holborn Cross as far as Horse Pool, and Fleet Street from New Temple Bar as far as the Savoy. [CPR 1385-89, 311]
18/07/1387 London
Basingstoke (Hampshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Robert de Anne of Basingstoke for non-appearance to answer William Rothewell, citizen of London, for a debt of 114s. [CPR 1385-89, 335]
04/07/1387 London
Brentford (Middlesex)
Knightsbridge (Middlesex)
Grant to John Croucher of Knightsbridge and Laurence Neuport of pavage for 3 years for repairing the king's highways from London to Brentford. [CPR 1385-89, 328]
23/02/1387 London
Knightsbridge (Middlesex)
Stratford-atte-Bow (Middlesex)
Order to the mayor and sheriffs of London to make proclamation to ensure that an ordinance of 35 Edward III is kept, forbidding any animals to be slaughtered closer to London than at Knightsbridge or Stratford atte Bow, only the meat and offal ready for sale to be brought into London. [CCR 1385-89, 304]
27/01/1387 London
Newcastle-under-Lyme (Staffordshire)
Pardon of outlawry to William Brampton of Newcastle under Lyme for non-appearance to answer Thomas Austyn, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £30. [CPR 1385-89, 273]
28/01/1387 London
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in London to allow the king's chief butler without payment of the subsidy to unload and dispose of as he likes to the king's advantage of 130 tuns of wine of La Rochelle bought and purveyed by him, which have come to London in divers small vessels of Sandwich for the consumption of the king's household. [CCR 1385-89, 201]
14/07/1387 London
Sandwich (Kent)
Dover (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies, controllers and keepers of the passage in London, Sandwich and Dover to allow the king's treasurer of Calais to load in the said ports and from time to time to send to Calais without payment of customs or subsidies all victuals by him bought and purveyed for the furnishing of the said town. [CCR 1385-89, 337-8]
12/06/1387 London
Southampton (Hampshire)
Dartmouth (Devon)
Weymouth (Dorset)
Plymouth (Devon)
Winchelsea (Sussex)
Shoreham-by-Sea (Sussex)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Orwell (Suffolk)
Kirkley (Suffolk)
Sandwich (Kent)
Colchester (Essex)
Order to the mayor and sheriffs of London, the mayors and bailiffs of Southampton, Dartmouth, Weymouth, Plymouth, Winchelsea, Shoreham, Kingston, King's Lynn, Orwell, Kirkley, Sandwich and Colchester to allow certain merchants of Seeland to sell the salt with which their ships were loaded after payment of customs and subsidies, and to pass to their own parts, as the said ships are coming to England for traffic by order of Richard, earl of Arundell, admiral of England. [CCR 1385-89, 245]
16/02/1387 London
Winchester (Hampshire)
Pardon of outlawry to William Asshewelle, fuller of Winchester, for non-appearance to answer William Venour [of London] for a debt of £20. [CPR 1385-89, 274]
12/01/1387 Maidenhead (Berkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Maidenhead of pontage for 5 years. [CPR 1385-89, 251]
24/11/1387 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and commonalty of Newcastle upon Tyne of pontage for 3 years from 24 December next. [CPR 1385-89, 367]
19/07/1387 Newington (Kent) Writ of supersedeas in favour of Ralph Bakere of Newington at suit of Simon de Burley, knight, against him and John Barbour of Newington, for debt. [CCR 1385-89, 432]
21/02/1387 Newport (Essex) Grant to William Louk and John Pastour, burgesses of Newport, of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1385-89, 282]
28/04/1387 North Mimms (Hertfordshire) Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow the men and tenants of the town of North Mimms, which is parcel of the honour of Gloucester, to be quit of toll, stallage, picage, pavage, murage and pontage throughout the realm, as the men and tenants of the said honour ought to be and have been since time beyond memory. [CCR 1385-89, 228]
12/12/1387 Norwich (Norfolk)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Commission to arrest and deliver to the Fleet prison Thomas Stace of Great Yarmouth, an outlaw in Norfolk for a debt of £10. at suit of John Galoun, citizen of Norwich. [CPR 1385-89, 395]
05/07/1387 Norwich (Norfolk)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Katharine Bereford of Norwich for non-appearance when sued with Richard her husband, to answer John Herbury, tailor of London, for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1385-89, 334]
03/06/1387 Orpington (Kent)
London
Recognisance of Thomas Haukere, citizen and ironmonger of London, and Richard Norwich of Orpington to John Walcote and John Leycestre, citizens and merchants of London, for £80. to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in Kent. Cancelled on payment. [CCR 1385-89, 318]
13/02/1387 Oxford (Oxfordshire) Grant to Martin Pennard and Robert Baker of pavage for 2 years for repair of the road between Charwell bridge outside the east gate of Oxford and Headington Hill, no one being bound to repair the same, except out of charity. [CPR 1385-89, 278]
05/07/1387 Romsey (Hampshire)
Milton Abbot (Dorset)
Pardon of outlawry to William Boneger of Romsey for non-appearance to answer John Boneger of Milton Abbot for a debt of £40. [CPR 1385-89, 334]
08/02/1387 Rosla (Shropshire) Revocation of a writ exempting the men of Rosla from toll, as it appears that it is not of the ancient demesne of the crown. [CPR 1385-89, 276]
07/11/1387 London
Roxburgh (Roxburghshire)
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of London to allow Thomas Swynburne, keeper of Roxburgh castle to load in a ship 12 short cloths in 2 packs, 2 cloths of "ray" of "Candelwykstrete", for livery of the king's hired soldiers and of his household in the castle, 2 beds of worsted in 1 "clothseke", and 1 barrel with 2 saddles, and without payment of customs or subsidies to take them to Newcastle on Tyne. [CCR 1385-89, 349]
21/05/1387 Saleby (Lincolnshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Edmund de Kyrketon, vicar of Saleby, for non-appearance to render 12 marks to William Petre, citizen and carpenter of London. [CPR 1385-89, 294]
11/06/1387 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of customs in Sandwich to allow two merchants of Genoa to load 146 bales of "alum" and 2 barrels of caps for which they have paid customs and subsidies in a ship and to take them to Middelburg. [CCR 1385-89, 239]
26/01/1387 Sandwich (Kent) Grant to the mayor, jurats and commonalty of Sandwich of murage and pavage for 2 years. [CPR 1385-89, 268]
23/11/1387 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the warden of the Cinque Ports and to the mayor and bailiffs of Sandwich to dearrest 2 ships of Sandwich loaded with 1,000 quarters of wheat and to allow them to pass to Bordeaux and Bayonne. [CCR 1385-89, 360]
20/03/1387 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Sandwich to deliver to Philip Darcy, knight, his goods and chattels in oil and iron which he took at sea from certain enemies of the king. [CCR 1385-89, 220]
12/06/1387 Sandwich (Kent)
Dover (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in Dover and Sandwich to allow the captain of Calais to load in those ports in ships all victuals now and hereafter bought for the furnishing and victualling of Calais and to send them over there without payment of customs and subsidies. [CCR 1385-89, 244]
17/03/1387 Sandwich (Kent)
London
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of Sandwich to allow certain merchants of London to send certain goods over to Portugal, as they paid customs and subsidies for divers merchandise in a ship of Plymouth in the port of London, and for want of good governance the ship was on the voyage broken near Sandwich, and the customers are now demanding a second payment of customs of them. [CCR 1385-89, 233]
12/03/1387 Sandwich (Kent)
London
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in Sandwich, on information that a great number of merchants of London trying to defraud the king of a great part of his customs and subsidies have often customed goods and merchandise at Sandwich, brought there from abroad and not exposedf for sale there, so that they may take them from there for payment of a smaller custom or subsidy than they ought to pay at London, not to take of such merchants any customs or subsidies for goods at Sandwich or brought there hereafter, other than those exposed for sale there, as the king wants the merchants to answer at London for customs and subsidies on goods sent there. [CCR 1385-89, 234]
27/11/1387 Sandwich (Kent)
London
Order to the mayor, customers and collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in Sandwich to allow certain merchants of Bordeaux to load their merchandise in a stronger ship and take it to Bordeaux without a second payment of customs or subsidies, as they recently loaded certain goods in a ship in London and there paid customs and subsidies due, but they touched at Sandwich for refreshment, as on the voyage their ship was split by a storm. [CCR 1385-89, 361]
16/05/1387 Scarborough (Yorkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Scarborough of pavage for 5 years. [CPR 1385-89, 297]
24/12/1387 Southampton (Hampshire) Writ of supersedeas to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of customs and subsidies in Southampton in respect of their demand for 2d. on every barrel of white herring from certain merchants of Almain, who by charter are not obliged to pay this duty, if they have paid the custom of 3d. in the pound. [CCR 1385-89, 459-60]
27/11/1387 Southampton (Hampshire) Commission to enquire touching a petition of Conrad Fynk of Lubeck in Almain, alleging that when he and other merchants of Almain had in those parts loaded a ship of Lubeck with white herrings bound for Southampton, the ship was taken at sea by certain men of England, the merchants letters of coket were torn up, merchants and crew taken off the ship and the ship taken to Southampton, where, by the carelessness of the crew, it was broken by the tide and most of the cargo lost. [CPR 1385-89, 394]
11/01/1387 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in Southampton to allow William Wade and John Ricard, merchants, to take 6 lasts 10 dakers of hides, for which they paid customs and subsidies at Dublin, to Middelburg without a second payment of customs, as their ship only touched at Southampton for fear of the king's enemies to await safer passage, and the hides were unloaded to put them in stronger ships for greater safety. [CCR 1385-89, 205]
26/02/1387 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to allow Cosmatus Gentilis, the papal nuncio, without payment of customs or subsidies to send to the pope 2 bales with a whole hanging and 6 tapets of Arays work and with certain cloths for the liveries of clerks, esquires and others of his household, and a barrel filled with vessels of pewter with the popes arms thereupon, which the nucio has purveyed within the realm for the pope's use. [CCR 1385-89, 232]
27/05/1387 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound to allow the merchants of Genoa dwelling in London to sell 26 pipes of "greyn" after payment of the customs and subsidies due before the grant of the 12d. in the pound, not demanding payment of the said subsidy, as the said "greyn" was among other merchandise, which was brought to England before the grant of the said subsidy and that was taken by men of Dartmouth from a tarit of Genoa driven by a storm to the port of Bluet in Brittany, and was afterwards delivered to the said merchants who sent it to Southampton for sale. [CCR 1385-89, 240]
26/10/1387 Staines (Middlesex) Grant to Thomas Gregory, Alexander Tresor, Thomas Palmere and William Taverner of Staines of pontage for 5 years, in aid of the repair of the bridge there. [CPR 1385-89, 362]
04/07/1387 Stapleford (Leicestershire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Calverle of Stapleford, esquire, for non-appearance to answer John Hende, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of £15. 3s. 4d. [CPR 1385-89, 334]
21/11/1387 Walsingham (Norfolk)
London
Pardon of outlawry to William Bole of Walsingham for non-appearance to answer Richard Cleye and John Blakeneye, citizen and fishmonger of London, for debts of 60s. and 12 marks respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 336]
14/06/1387 Warham (Norfolk)
Hundringham (Norfolk)
Pardon of outlawry to Robert Bulwere of Warham for non-appearance to answer John de Elmham of Hindringham for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1385-89, 295]
12/07/1387 Whaddon (Buckinghamshire)
Sherrington (Buckinghamshire)
Recognisance of Robert Giffard of Whaddon and John Cave of Sherrington the elder to Joan de Bohun, countess of Hereford, Essex and Northampton, for 140 marks to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in Buckinghamshire. [CCR 1385-89, 422]
05/08/1387 Winchelsea (Sussex) Order to the warden of the Cinque Ports to deliver to Baldwin Claysson, merchant of Schiedam in Holland, the sum received for 4 1/2 lasts of white herring and 4 lasts of beer, if it does not exceed 50 marks, as the said Baldwin recently brought the herring and beer to Winchelsea to sell, and they were arrested on the accusation that they were enemy goods. [CCR 1385-89, 344-5]
10/07/1387 Winchelsea (Sussex) Order to Robert de Vere, duke of Ireland, to arrest and deliver to Simon Salerne, merchant of Winchelsea, goods and wares of men of Brittany to the value of 200 marks, in part payment of 500 marks, as the said Simon loaded a ship of Winchelsea with salt and other wares at the "baye" in Poitou to the value of 500 marks, which was on the voyage to England in the time of the truce plundered by men of Brittany. [CCR 1385-89, 329-30]
28/01/1387 Windsor (Berkshire)
Datchet (Buckinghamshire)
Commission to enquire whether the ferry over the Thames from Datchet to Windsor and its profits [passage] are parcel of the manor of Datchet held in dower by Margery, widow of William de Molyns, knight. [CPR 1385-89, 317]
04/03/1387 Wolseley (Staffordshire) Grant to Thomas de Aston, knight, Ralph de Wolseley and Thomas de Colwiche of pontage for 1 year for the repair of Wolseley bridge. [CPR 1385-89, 285]
12/11/1387 York (Yorkshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Alan Werkeworth, setter of London, for non-appearance to answer Walter atte More, citizen of London, for a debt of 4£. 15s. 4d. [CPR 1385-89, 336]
09/07/1388 Kent
Surrey
Sussex
Writ of supersedeas to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer in respect of any process against John Dronge, Robert Walter and John Huswyke, lately appointed to buy and purvey in Kent Surrey and Sussex for the king's money as many planks and as much timber as is necessary for the fortification of Calais. [CCR 1385-89, 595]
15/05/1388 Aylesbury (Buckinghamshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Aylesbury of pontage for 1 year for repair of a bridge there called "Waltonbridge" and the causey at both ends of it. [CPR 1385-89, 445]
12/03/1388 Beverley (Yorkshire) Commission to enquire by what title a toll taken for 6 years past by Alexander, archbishop of York, in right of his lordship of Beverley, of 1d. for every quarter of corn from men coming there, has been levied, and whether only for that period and by extortion, or from old time and justly. [CPR 1385-89, 465]
29/10/1388 Beverley (Yorkshire) Grant to the burgesses and good men of Beverley of pavage for 2 years. [CPR 1385-89, 518]
17/02/1388 Beverley (Yorkshire) Revocation of pavage granted to the burgesses and good men of Beverley for a term not yet expired, because by virtue thereof the said town has long been and now is sufficiently paved. [CPR 1385-89, 404]
18/06/1388 Bosham (Sussex) Order to all royal officials and others throughout the realm to allow all the men and tenants of Margaret Marshall, countess of Norfolk, of the manor of Bosham, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, to be quit of payment of toll and other customs on their goods, property and wares, as the men of the ancient demesne ought to be quit of toll, stallage, chiminage, pontage, pavage, murage and passage throughout the realm. [CCR 1385-89, 417]
05/11/1388 Brackley (Northamptonshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Thorne, master of the hospital of Brackley, for non-appearance when sued with Walter Ammeneye, clerk, to answer John Wyght, citizen and tailor of London, for a debt of £40. [CPR 1385-89, 487]
08/12/1388 Bridport (Dorset) Grant to John Huderesfeld, in aid of the construction of the harbour which he has begun at great expense at Bridport, that he may for 3 years from St Andrew's next take the following custom: 1/2d. for every horseload of things for sale brought by water to the port or taken from it, on his petition that he has begun the work but cannot finish it without help. [toll] [CPR 1385-89, 536]
01/12/1388 Chester (Cheshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Chester of pontage for 3 years. [CPR 1385-89, 529]
22/01/1388 Colchester (Essex)
London
Order to the bailiffs of Colchester to arrest a great number of tuns of woad which Nicholas Brembre, knight, impeached for certain treasons, has in that town. [CCR 1385-89, 262]
06/11/1388 Coventry (Warwickshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to William Hervy of Coventry for non-appearance to answer John Bosham, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £25. 10s. [CPR 1385-89, 487]
09/06/1388 Coventry (Warwickshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to William Appulton of Coventry for non-appearance to answer John Bradefeld, citizen and grocer of London, for debts of £8. and 60s. [CPR 1385-89, 420]
17/09/1388 Dover (Kent) Grant to the mayor and bailiffs of Dover of murage for 7 years. [CPR 1385-89, 505]
28/02/1388 Faversham (Kent)
London
Boston (Lincolnshire)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Licence for Richard Nevill, grocer of London, to pass out of Faversham with his 3 crayers loaded with fruit, one for Boston, one for Hull and one for London. [CPR 1385-89, 405]
10/06/1388 Finedon (Northamptonshire) Order to all royal officials throughout the realm to allow the men of the town of Finedon, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, to be quit of toll on their goods and property throughout the realm, as the men of the ancient demesne are by custom. [CCR 1385-89, 408]
03/06/1388 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk) Writ of supersedeas to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer not to distrain thecollectors of customs and subsidies in Great Yarmouth for customs and subsidies on 100 fardels of cloth and 300 cheeses, as the said goods were loaded in ships by certain merchants of Almain and taken to Almain after payment of customs and subsidies, for which the said collectors have already accounted. [CCR 1385-89, 497-8]
15/02/1388 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in Great Yarmouth to allow certain merchants to load in another ship 151 sacks 6 stone 1 clove of wool in 70 sarplers and 300 woolfells in 3 fardels and send them to Middelburg without a second payment of customs or subsidies, as they first loaded the said wool in a ship of Kamper in the port of Kingston upon Hull, paying there the customs and subsidies due, but that by careless steering the ship was split of the coast of Norfolk, so they had to put their goods ashore and dry them, and now want to load them in another ship for greater safety. [CCR 1385-89, 377-8]
11/02/1388 Haddiscoe (Norfolk)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Pardon of outlawry to John Perbron of Haddiscoe for non-appearance to answer Walter de Melton, burgess of Great Yarmouth, for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1385-89, 418]
08/06/1388 Hanningfield (Essex)
Attleborough (Yorkshire)
Pardon of outlawry to John Clerk of Hanningfield for non-appearance to answer John Stampet, parson of 2 parts of the parish church of Attleborough, for a debt of 44 marks. [CPR 1385-89, 420]
05/01/1388 Harlow (Essex)
North Weald-Bassett (Essex)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Robert Huberd of Harlow at suit of Robert Marchall of North Weald-Bassett for debt. Mainpernors: William Chaumberleyn of London, Roger Haldenby of Yorkshire. [CCR 1385-89, 460]
13/09/1388 King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Barton-upon-Humber (Lincolnshire)
Boston (Lincolnshire)
Grimsby (Lincolnshire)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland)
Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in King's Lynn, Barton, Boston, Grimsby, Kingston, and Newcastle to allow all victuallers of England as often as they want to load in that port any victuals and without payment of the said subsidy to take them to Berwick upon Tweed for the sustenance of the garrison, burgesses and commons there, as well as for the furnishing of other castles of the king and his lieges in those parts. [CCR 1385-89, 524]
28/06/1388 King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Grimsby (Lincolnshire)
Writ of supersedeas to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer in respect of any distress upon certain merchants of Bremen of the Hanse, who loaded a ship with divers goods and merchandise at Bremen to bring to King's Lynn, but for default of good ruling the ship was driven to the Humber near Grimsby, where ship and goods were arrested on suspicion of being enemy property. And on 22 May 10 Richard II the ship was taken to King's Lynn and the goods unloaded there and customs etc. paid. [CCR 1385-89, 600]
02/03/1388 Lechlade (Gloucestershire) Grant to Richard, prior of Lechlade, of pontage for 2 years for repairing the bridge there, for certain reasons ordered to be destroyed by the king's uncle, Thomas duke of Gloucester. [CPR 1385-89, 409]
25/04/1388 London Recognisance of John Michel, vintner of London, to John Banbery of London, clerk, and John Dosyere for £20. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1385-89, 486]
09/04/1388 London Order to the sheriffs of London to set free Robert Eston, citizen and draper of London, as he has answered Humfreon Pynell, merchant of Genoa, for a debt of £34. Mainpernors:John Croydoun, fishmonger of London, Richard Lombe, mercer of London, John Pirchet, citizen of London, Robert Fetherby, skinner of London. [CCR 1385-89, 389-90]
22/05/1388 London Order to Richard, earl of Arundell, admiral of England, to dearrest and deliver to certain merchants of Genoa dwelling in the city of London a tarit and all its gear and load, and to allow them to sell whatever they want of it after payment of customs and subsidies, and to take everything else away to foreign parts without such payment, as the said tarit was loaded at Alexandria in Egypt with spices and other wares to be brought to the realm or to Middelburg, but it was arrested off the coast of Hampshire. [CCR 1385-89, 405]
13/08/1388 London Order to the mayor and sheriffs of London to make proclamation, forbidding any armourer or coser of the city or any other man to sell horses, armour, artillery or anything else needed for the king's expedition against the Scots at a greater price than they might have been sold for the past two months, as the king has learnt that due to the imminent expedition to Scotland the armourers and cosers of London are raising armour and horses to an excessive price. [CCR 1385-89, 606]
06/04/1388 London Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in London to allow Master Thomas Southam to load in a ship and without payment of customs or subsidies send to Rome for the pope by a merchant of Lucca a bed of cloth of gold with leaves of gold worked in a white fret on a red ground, namely a coverlet with a whole celure and a tester of the same suit and with 3 curtains of red tartarin, 3 cushions of cloth of silk of the suit of the bed, the leaves excepted, 2 dozen caps (birettis) and 20 dozen ties (ligulis). [CCR 1385-89, 375]
04/03/1388 London Writ of supersedeas to the late collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in respect of the distress they are making on divers merchants of Seeland who came to London and other ports in England with cargos of salt for the said subsidy on that salt, as the salt was for sale by retail only and for the benefit of the realm, and they came to England by command and not of their own free will. [CCR 1385-89, 492]
08/03/1388 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Colvyle, knight, at suit of John Hende, citizen and draper of London, for debt. [CCR 1385-89, 473]
16/07/1388 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of Nicholas Golsill, knight, at suit of Aumfrey Doneham, hostler of London, for debt. [CCR 1385-89, 598]
04/07/1388 London Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of London to allow James Dardani to load into a ship in that port and to send to the archbishop of Ravenna 6 cloths and 5 yards of divers colours, 5 1/2 dozen caps and hats (birretis), 6 bankers, 2 dozen "cussyns" of tapestry work, 20 candlesticks of "latoun" and 25 pairs of hose, without payment of customs or subsidies. [CCR 1385-89, 509]
26/02/1388 London Writ of supersedeas in favour of certain merchants of Seeland in respect of any distress made upon them or their mainpernors to answer the king for the custom and subsidy on the salt with which their ship was loaded, as they recently came to the said port and other ports on orders of the admiral of England, so that all their salt should be sold by retail and not in gross to the advantage and relief of the realm, and the king decreed that they wouild not have to pay customs or subsidies. [CCR 1385-89, 370-1]
20/01/1388 London Grant to John Bosham, William Petchy and William Asshilby of pavage for 2 1/2 years in aid of paving the street from New Temple Bar to the Savoy and Chancery Lane. [CPR 1385-89, 377]
04/07/1388 London Order to the customers in the port of London to allow Peter Mark, a Lombard, to load 3 pipes of red wine in ships and after payment of customs and subsidies to take them to Middelburg for drink for his fellows of the king's friendship there. [CCR 1385-89, 521]
10/01/1388 London Order to the collectors of the petty custom in the port of London to allow John Atherston, captain of Poylle castle, to load in a ship in the said port 3 pieces of russet cloth of "faldynge" and 30 ells of linen cloth by him bought for his own use and that of his household, and to send it over to the castle without payment of customs or subsidies. [CCR 1385-89, 364]
27/09/1388 London Order to the customers in London to allow James Dardani, the pope's nuncio in England, without payment of customs or duties to have 3 beds (cultras) 180 ells of web of Flanders, 15 ells of "goball" for the table, 500 ells of wardenappes, 1,500 fells for furring, 6 cushions and 2 silver salts bought over sea for his use and for the needs of his household in England, which he has brought to that port. [CCR 1385-89, 530]
28/05/1388 London
Bodwen (Cornwall)
Recognisance of Henry Vaunere, citizen of London, and John Colshulle, citizen and vintner of London, to Henry Ilcombe, knight, Guy Bloumoughter, clerk, John Herle, esquire of Cornwall, and John Chendit of Bodwen for 600 marks to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in London. [CCR 1385-89, 488]
30/11/1388 London
Chafford (Kent)
Order to the sheriffs of London to set free Reynold de Cobham of Chafford and John Laughe, citizen and grocer of London, as they have contented William Fitz Hugh, citizen and goldsmith of London, of a debt of £202., for which they made a recognisance to him at the staple of Westminster on 24 December 8 Richard II, payable at St Peter's chains then next. [CCR 1385-89, 551]
02/07/1388 London
Daventry (Northamptonshire)
Pardon of outlawry to John Wilby, chapman of Daventry, for non-appearance to answer John Bussheye, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £9. [CPR 1385-89, 486]
08/11/1388 London
Dover (Kent)
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to all admirals, captains, castellands, collectors of customs and subsidies, keepers of the passage in the ports of London, Dover, Sandwich, and other ports and places by the sea and all royal officials and lieges throughout England to allow the captain of Calais and the king's other captains in Picardy without payment of customs or subsidies to bring to England all oxen, sheep and cattle taken from the enemy to be fed and pastured at their manors in England, and from time to time to take such cattle or other victuals purveyed within the realm over to furnish Calais and its area. [CCR 1385-89, 549-50]
16/02/1388 London
Exeter (Devon)
Order to the mayor and sheriffs and keepers of the passage in London to allow Robert Willeforde of Exeter to pass out of the river Thames to Devon with a small balinger of his of 16 tuns burden, loaded with woad, madder, herring and other merchandise, which was recently aarrested at the king's command with other ships, provided that the said goods shall be taken to Devon and not abroad. [CCR 1385-89, 380-1]
01/07/1388 London
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Pardon of outlawry to Simon Hastynges for non-appearance when sued with Margaret, late the wife of William Elys, burgess of Great Yarmouth, and John her son, administrators of the said William, died intestate, to satisfy William Neuport, citizen and fishmonger of London, of a debt of 44 marks and 4 marks damages recovered against them in the king's court (of the Common Bench). [CPR 1385-89, 486]
29/03/1388 London
Islington (Middlesex)
Grant to John Sandewych, William Stowe, John Frome, William Bedell, William West, Richard Messager, John Dany, John Pycard and John Philipp of pavage for 1 year, in aid of repairing St John's Street from the bar of West Smithfield, London, to the place of Hugh Mynter of Islington [CPR 1385-89, 430]
15/05/1388 London
Nottingham (Nottinghamshire)
Order to the treasurer and chamberlains to pay pay £591. 10s. of the king's gift to John Samoun of Nottingham, as on 8 September last he sold at that price 84 1/2 sacks of wool to Nicholas Brembre, knight, who forfeited all his goods by reason of a judgement in parliament. [CCR 1385-89, 400]
13/05/1388 London
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Henry Frowyk, citizen and merchant of London, for non-appearance to answer John Bitterlegh, citizen and merchant of Salisbury, for a debt of £50. [CPR 1385-89, 420]
06/10/1388 London
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of London to allow Nicholas Crossowe, merchant of Danzig, of the Hanse of Almain, without a second payment of customs or subsidies to unload and sell the residue of his goods and wares brought to London, as he loaded a ship of Danzig with 1,302 bundles of "boghestaves", brought them to Sandwich and there sold a great part of them, having paid customs and subsidies on all of them. [CCR 1385-89, 538]
12/11/1388 London
Skidbrook (Lincolnshire)
Bond in £13. payable at the purification next of John Holbeche, citizen and mercer of London, to William atte Kirke of Skidbrooke and John Leyre, citizen and spicer of London. [CCR 1385-89, 622]
16/09/1388 London
Southampton (Hampshire)
Order to the mayor, bailiffs and customers of Southampton to allow certain merchants of Genoa dwelling in London to take a ship of Genoa and the goods and merchandise with which it is loaded to London, to unload, and pay customs and duties there. [CCR 1385-89, 526]
10/05/1388 London
Ware (Hertfordshire)
Waltham (Essex)
Commission of oyer and terminer 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 1385-89, 472-3]
11/11/1388 London
West Ham (Essex)
Bond in £120. payable at Christmas next of Adam de Sancto Ivone, called chaungeour, citizen of London, and Thomas Marchant, chaplain, to Richard Rolfe and Richard Bowyer of West Ham. [CCR 1385-89, 622]
03/07/1388 London
Worcester (Worcestershire)
Pardon of outlawry to Robert Barbour of Worcester for non-appearance to answer John Manyngton, citizen and skinner of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1385-89, 486]
27/01/1388 London
York (Yorkshire)
Order to the collectors of the petty custom in the port of London to allow John Brandesby of York to load again in a ship and take to York 200 small barrels of figs and raisins, first paying the customs and subsidies due, as he recently brought 600 such barrels from Portugal to London and there unloaded them, and now wants to take 200 of them to York. [CCR 1385-89, 371-2]
06/02/1388 London
York (Yorkshire)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Order to the collectors of the petty custom in London to allow certain merchants of York to load again in a ship and take to York or Kingston-upon-Hull 40 tuns of wine, 15 tuns of oil, and 200 small barrels of figs and raisins, which they recently brought to London from Portugal and unloaded there, and they want to take them on to York or Kingston; provided that they answer first in London for the customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1385-89, 368]
28/10/1388 Maldon (Essex) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Maldon of pontage for 3 years for repair of the great bridge called "Hethebrigg". [CPR 1385-89, 520]
29/04/1388 Mimms (Hertfordshire)
Bradwell (Buckinghamshire)
Middlesex
Pardon of outlawry to William Smyth of Mimms (Herts.) for non-appearance to answer John Horewode, prior of Bradwell, for a debt of 60s. [CPR 1385-89, 419]
10/04/1388 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland)
Order to the collectors or farmers of the petty custom in Newcastle to allow the men and burgesses of Berwick upon Tweed to take a ship of theirs loaded with salt, iron and other merchandise, which was by a storm driven into the port of Newcastle, to Berwick without payment of customs and subsidies, on condition that the cargo was not exposed for sale. [CCR 1385-89, 390]
16/02/1388 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
London
Licence for Edmund Bys, whose ship of London, when ready with mariners and victuals to sail over sea to le Bay, there to be loaded with goods, was like other vessels prevented by mandates of the king, to take her to Newcastle upon Tyne and there to load her with sea coal to be brought to London, notwithstanding such mandates. [CPR 1385-89, 400]
08/04/1388 Northampton (Northamptonshire)
London
Recognisance of John Fox of Northampton to Simon Wynchecombe, citizen and armourer of London, for £60. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Northamptonshire. [CCR 1385-89, 483]
02/10/1388 Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Winchester (Hampshire)
Recognisance of William Gys of Salisbury to Roger de Walden, archdeacon of Winchester, for 400 marks to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Wiltshire. Memorandum of defeasance on condition that William pays 200 marks on two set days. [CCR 1385-89, 616]
04/03/1388 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Sandwich to allow certain merchants of Bordeaux to take a ship of Bayonne loaded with wheat and other merchandise bought within the realm to Bordeaux. [CCR 1385-89, 386]
14/02/1388 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of customs and subsidies in Sandwich to deliver to certain merchants of London and Bordeaux the wheat and wares bought within the realm with which over half a year ago they loaded a ship of Bayonne, allowing them to load it in another ship and take it to Bordeaux without a second payment of customs or subsidies, as they already paid them, but the master of the said ship was arrested at Sandwich for debt. [CCR 1385-89, 369]
11/03/1388 Sandwich (Kent)
London
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Sandwich to dearrest a ship of London loaded with fruit from Algarve and to allow it to be taken to London and the fruit to be sold for the relief of the king's lieges. [CCR 1385-89, 383-4]
23/02/1388 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Sandwich to allow Nicholas Makaluf, master or owner of a ship of Genoa, after paying customs and subsidies due, to pass to Middelburg or other parts of the king's friendship with the wine, oil, raisins, cumin and other merchandise with which is ship is loaded, as on the voyage from Spain to Middelburg the said ship recently touched at the "Dounes" near Sandwich, and Nicholas agreed with the mayor and bailiffs to unload half the said goods in Sandwich and after payment of customs and subsidies sell them there, which he did, but now the ship is arrested and detained there with 30 tuns of wine and other merchandise remaining therein. [CCR 1385-89, 275-6]
03/12/1388 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the collectors of the petty custom and of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in Southampton to allow Baldewych Pargea, a Lombard, to load in a ship in that port and without payment of customs or subsidies to take to the pope 2 cloths of scarlet, 1 white cloth, 1 bed, and 2 woollen pieces of divers colour which John, bishop of Hereford, has purveyed within the realm. [CCR 1385-89, 551]
13/03/1388 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of customs in the port of Southampton to allow 2 Italian tarits in that port loaded with wool and other merchandise to pass to any parts of the king's friendship, first paying customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1385-89, 387]
07/03/1388 Southwark (Surrey)
Willingdon (Sussex)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Simon Mersshman of the parish of Willingdon at suit of Richard Wyke of Southwark for an account. Mainpernors: John Derhurst of Gloucestershire, John Weston of Surrey, William Elyngton of Yorkshire, John Corby of Lincolnshire [CCR 1385-89, 474]
08/07/1388 St Neots (Cornwall) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of St Neots of pontage for 2 years, in aid of the repair of a bridge called "St Neots Bridge". [CPR 1385-89, 479]
17/04/1388 Tannington (Suffolk)
Brundish (Suffolk)
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Ive of Tannington for non-appearance to answer William Wryght of Brundish and Robert Alred of Tannington for debts of £6. and 20 marks respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 418]
12/06/1388 Thrapston (Northamptonshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Thrapston of pontage for 4 years. [CPR 1385-89, 457]
16/03/1388 Weymouth (Dorset)
Southampton (Hampshire)
Order to the bailiffs of Weymouth to deliver to John Golde of Weymouth £50., as part of the money raised from the sale of 34 lasts of herrings sent in a ship of Lubeck from Arnemuiden in Seeland to Southampton, for which he has answered, which ship was taken at sea off the Isle of Wight, on the suspicion of being an enemy vessel. [CCR 1385-89, 389]
04/05/1388 Wilton (Wiltshire) Grant to John Cul, Thomas Cuttyng and William Chitterne, all of Wilton, of pontage for 2 years for repair of the bridges there. [CPR 1385-89, 437]
06/02/1388 Wymington (Bedfordshire)
Orwell (Cambridgeshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Walter Huesson of Orwell for non-appearance to answer John Curteys of Wymington for a debt of £20. [CPR 1385-89, 418]
13/10/1388 York (Yorkshire) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of York to allow the dean and chapter of the cathedral church of St Peter, York, and their free tenants as well as their other men and neifs, to be quit of payment of toll in that city, as it was granted to them among other liberties by charter of king Henry III that they and all their men shall be quit of toll, tallage, passage, pedage, lastage, stallage, hidage and wardage, wheresoever throughout all the king's lands, and the king has recently confirmed the grant and clarified that it refers to their free tenants as well as their other men, as certain men were averring that the said liberties were granted only to the dean and chapter and their neifs. [CCR 1385-89, 538-9]
20/04/1388 York (Yorkshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and other citizens of York who intend with stone and lime to strengthen and make a new quay between the house of the Friars Minors of that city and the Ouse bridge of the following customs as quayage for 6 years: For every quarter of corn brought by strangers to the city 1/2d. For every quarter of salt so brought 1/2d. For every thousand of turves or peats so brought 1/4d. For every foreign vessel of the burden of 20 tuns of wine and more with whatever merchandise laden 6d. For every foreign vessel of less burden 3d. [CPR 1385-89, 427]
28/06/1389 Cambridgeshire
Lincolnshire
Yorkshire
Essex
Norfolk
Suffolk
Order to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer to pay John Orewelle, serjeant at arms, his wages and to allow him his expenses incurred in the execution of his commission to buy and purvey in Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire 1,000 quarters of wheat, 2,000 quarters of malt and 1,000 quarters of beans and peas to furnish the castle and town of Calais and other castles and forts in the march of Calais. [CCR 1389-92, 48]
27/02/1389 Essex
Norfolk
Suffolk
Cambridgeshire
Lincolnshire
Yorkshire
Order to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer to view letters patent dated 18/3/1386 appointing John Orewelle, serjeant at arms, to buy and purvey in Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire 1,000 quarters of wheat, 2,000 quarters of malt and 1,000 quarters of beans and peas to furnish the castle and town of Calais and other castles and forts in the march of Calais, also a letter of the then treasurer, by virtue of which he bought a great number of other quarters of wheat and oats, and the account of the then treasurer of Calais. [CCR 1385-89, 579]
Michaelmas Term 1389 Aylesbury (Buckinghamshire)
Walton (Buckinghamshire)
Indictments before the King's Bench at High Wycombe, Michaelmas Term 1389. Presentment that the king granted to John Dod of Aylesbury letters patent for raising 1/2d. from each loaded cart and 1/4d. from each horse carrying merchandise for making and repairing a road called Walton Street, between Walton and Aylesbury, and that he should himself make and repair that road with that money [pavage]; and from Easter 1388 to Easter 1389 John took maney to a total of 10 marks from Robert Manfret, Robert Banet, John Hewes and others coming there with merchandise by that road. The road is still destroyed and damaged. This is John's fault, incontempt of the king and to the serious injury of the whole district. [Source: P.R.O. KB 9/5, m. 7r.] [Bucks Inquests, 128]
Michaelmas Term 1389 Aylesbury (Buckinghamshire)
Walton (Buckinghamshire)
Indictments before the King's Bench at High Wycombe, Michaelmas Term 1389. Presentment that the king granted to John Dod of Aylesbury letters patent for raising 1d. from each loaded cart without iron tyres and 1/4d. from each horse carrying any merchandise coming by the road called Walton Street, which leads from Walton to Aylesbury, for maintaining, mending and repairing that road whenever it should be necessary [pavage]; and in 1388-89 John received £11. 16s. 8d. over and above the sums he spent on the repair of the road. This money remains in his hands, not spent on the repair of the road which is flooded and under water by John's fault, so that no-one is able to cross there without great danger of death, to the serious injury of the whole district. (Dod failed to appear to answer the charge. He was outlawed on 5/4/1391 and pardoned on 15/6/1398.) [Source: P.R.O. KB 9/5, m. 6r.] [Bucks Inquests, 124]
Michaelmas Term 1389 Aylesbury (Buckinghamshire)
Walton (Buckinghamshire)
Indictments before the King's Bench at High Wycombe, Michaelmas Term 1389. Presentment that the king granted to William Caldecote of Aylesbury letters patent for raising 1d. from each loaded cart without iron tyres and 1/4d. from each horse carrying any merchandise coming by the road called Walton Street, which leads from Walton to Aylesbury, for maintaining, mending and repairing that road whenever it should be necessary [pavage]; and in 1387-88 William received 24s. over and above the sums he spent on the repair of the road. This money remains in his hands, not spent on the repair of the road which is flooded and under water by William's fault, so that no-one is able to cross there without great danger of death, to the serious injury of the whole district. (Caldecote was distrained to appear on many occasions and always failed to come. After many postponements he was pardoned in 1397-98). [Source: P.R.O. KB 9/5, m. 6r.] [Bucks Inquests, 123-4]
08/02/1389 Bath (Somerset)
London
Pardon of outlawry to William Cook of Bath for non-appearance to answer William Radewell, citizen and stockfishmonger of London, for a debt of £16. 8s. [CPR 1385-89, 489]
11/02/1389 Bodmin (Cornwall)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Walter Bloyewe of Bodmin for non-appearance to answer Simon atte Nax, citizen and cutler of London, for a debt of £8. [CPR 1385-89, 489]
16/07/1389 Bradninch (Devon)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Henry Bernak, parson of Bradninch, for non-appearance to answer John Gest, citizen and skinner of London, William Randolf, citizen and armourer of London, and John Whight, citizen and tailor of London, for debts £7. 4d., £20. and £6. respectively. [CPR 1388-92, 64]
12/11/1389 Canterbury (Kent) Order to the prior of Christ Church, Canterbury, to deliver to certain merchants of London and of the Hanse 28 pieces of wax and other goods and wares of theirs, found by the prior and his men, from a ship of Dordrecht split by a storm, parts of the cargo being cast ashore in the Isle of Sheppey within the prior's lands. [CCR 1389-92, 35]
06/03/1389 Carlisle (Cumberland) Grant to Geoffrey Tillioll, William de Kirkby, Thomas Boget, Robert de Bristowe the younger, John Esotson, John del Bakhous and Thomas Ermet of pontage for 4 years for repair of the bridges near Carlisle over the Eden, Caldew and Petteril. [CPR 1388-92, 20]
15/07/1389 Coggeshall (Essex) Inspeximus and confirmation to the abbot and convent of Coggeshall of (among other charters) a charter of Richard I granting the monks of Coggeshall and all their men and goods quittance of toll, passage, pontage, pedage and all other secular charges in fairs and seaports on all good bought and sold throughout the king's power. Also of a charter of 40 Henry III granting to the abbot and convent of Coggeshall a weekly market on Saturdays, provided that it is not to the detriment of neighbouring markets. [CPR 1388-92, 77-79]
22/05/1389 Colchester (Essex)
London
Order to the bailiffs of Colchester to cause a barrel of "greywerk" and a bale of "cordewane" to come to London as fast as possible, as the said goods with others were recently stolen by certain evildoers the king's subjects from certain merchants of Prussia. [CCR 1385-89, 585]
08/11/1389 Croughton (Northamptonshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Richard Cudlyngton, alias de Cudyngton, parson of Croughton, for non-appearance to answer Peter atte Hethe, citizen and armourer of London, for a debt of £25. 12s. 4d., or to render his account to John Stones for the time when he was his receiver. [CPR 1388-92, 66]
01/07/1389 Droitwich (Worcestershire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Droitwich of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1388-92, 72]
14/02/1389 Great Chesterford (Essex)
Walden (Essex)
Pardon of outlawry to Richard atte Halle of Great Chesterford for non-appearance to answer the abbot of Walden for a debt of £40. [CPR 1385-89, 489]
14/05/1389 Hamerton (Huntingdonshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John de Burgh, parson of Hamerton, for non-appearance to answer William Tollere, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of £4. [CPR 1385-89, 491]
09/11/1389 Horncastle (Lincolnshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Horncastle of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1388-92, 128]
09/10/1389 Hurley (Berkshire)
Bray (Berkshire)
Recognisance of William prior of Hurley to John Terry of Bray for £100. to be levied in default of payment of his lands, chattels and ecclesiastical goods in Berkshire. [CCR 1389-92, 70]
26/06/1389 Ipswich (Suffolk)
Essex
Writ of supersedeas omnino in respect of any process against John Orewelle, serjeant at arms, commissioned with John Fadmor, merchant of Ipswich, to buy and purvey 60 weys of cheese in Essex and Suffolk and to take them to Calais for the furnishing of that town, payment being made of the king's money by the collectors of custom in Ipswich, as John has bought no cheese and received no money. Similar writ dated 8 October in favour of both Orewelle and Fademor. [CCR 1389-92, 56]
17/02/1389 King's Lynn (Norfolk) Order to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in the port of King's Lynn, if at the time of the arrest of 97 cloths of Matthew Thurgarde, merchant of Prussia, the said subsidy was not paid, to deliver the cloth to Matthew without payment of such subsidy, provided that the petty custom is paid. [CCR 1385-89, 574]
30/06/1389 King's Lynn (Norfolk) Order to the mayor and bailiffs of King's Lynn to dearrest two ships of King's Lynn recently loaded with goods and merchandise by 2 merchants of King's Lynn, and to allow them after payment of customs and subsidies to take them to Norway, on condition that they do not take them to Scotland. [CCR 1389-92, 7]
16/02/1389 King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Grimsby (Lincolnshire)
Writ of supersedeas to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer in respect of any distress upon certain merchants of Bremen of the Hanse, who loaded a ship with divers goods and merchandise at Bremen to bring to King's Lynn, but for default of good ruling the ship was driven to the Humber near Grimsby, where ship and goods were arrested on suspicion of being enemy property. And on 22 May 10 Richard II the ship was taken to King's Lynn and the goods unloaded there and customs etc. paid. [CCR 1385-89, 650]
10/07/1389 Kingston by Arundel (Sussex)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Potenale, parson of Kingston by Arundel, for non-appearance to answer John Chappell, citizen and tailor of London for a debt of 42s. [CPR 1388-92, 64]
20/11/1389 Launceston (Cornwall)
King's Walden (Hertfordshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Hugh Martyn of King's Walden for non-appearance to answer Richard Culy of Launceston for a debt of £40. [CPR 1388-92, 67]
08/10/1389 London Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 12d in the pound in the port of London to allow Edmund Halstede to load in a ship and take to Calais without payment of customs and subsidies 400 boards of "waynscote", 300 planks of "firre", and 3,000 shingles, for repair of his houses at Calais. [CCR 1389-92, 23]
24/09/1389 London
Gloucestershire
Recognisance of Hugh Bisley, esquire of Gloucestershire, to Richard Blomville, citizen and fishmonger of London for £30. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Gloucestershire. [CCR 1389-92, 70]
19/12/1389 London Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in London to allow Ciprian de Mari, merchant of Genoa, to load in a ship there and after payment of customs and subsidies to take to Genoa or other parts of the king's friendship 17 white marble stones. [CCR 1389-92, 42]
27/06/1389 London Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound and of the petty custom in London to allow Anthony Manyn, servant of Albert de Florencia, knight, after payment of customs and subsidies to take to Lombardy or other western parts of the king's friendship 4 fothers of lead by him bought within the realm and recently loaded in a tarit of Genoa. [CCR 1385-89, 2]
07/07/1389 London
Northamptonshire
Order to the mayor and aldermen of London to proceed ina plea pending before them at suit of Stephen Brunne, citizen and pepperer of London, upon a bill for delivery of a bond, regardless of the king's writ of supersedeas, as John Beaufront, citizen and woolmonger of London, and William de Lubbenham, merchant of Northamptonshire, impleaded Stephen before the justices of the bench for a debt of £400. from a bond payable at Easter 1375, and that Stephen, trying to defraud them of the debt, under the name of Stephen Brunne, citizen and grocer of London, administrator of William Berkham, citizen and grocer of London, died intestate, sued a bill in the Guildhall of London against John, claiming that by an indenture of 4/10/1375 John agreed to give up his claim to the above debt, if the intestate delivered to him cloth worth £200., John paying £40. on delivery, and that the intestate delivered cloths to the above value at Winchester, a market town, on 5/11/1375, but John did not give up the bond to the intestate in his lifetime, so the suit lies with his administrator; and the king decreed that the suit for debt in his court should be settled first, and John and William failed to appear, so the plea against them can now proceed. [CCR 1389-92, 2-3]
01/07/1389 London Order to the collectors of the petty custom and the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in London to allow Celestrerius de Nigro of Genoa to load in a ship and take to Genoa, after payment of customs and subsidies, a barrel filled with vessels of pewter. [CCR 1389-92, 7]
08/02/1389 London Order to the collectors of 3s. on every tun of wine in the port of London to allow Bernard Antoigne to load in a ship and take to Calais 16 butts of sweet wine for the sustenance of the king's lieges there, first paying customs and subsidies. [CCR 1385-89, 570-1]
04/11/1389 London Order to the customers and collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound and 3s. on every tun of wine in London to allow Herman Benham, merchant of the Hanse of Almain, to take over sea 13 vessels of wine after payment of custom and subsidy, as 2 years ago and last year he bought in London certain Rhenish wines, paying the custom and subsidy due, and has still 13 vessels left, which he cannot sell within the realm without a substantial loss, because the wine is too old and so spoiled by long keeping that no man can drink it. [CCR 1389-92, 35]
08/07/1389 London Writ of supersedeas to John Davy, Walter Barton, cordwainer, John Trap, William Horscroft and Hugh Wynkeburne, citizens of London, in respect of the levying of certain customs [pavage] on things for sale passing along Holborn Street between "Holburncrosse" and a place called "Horspole" and along Fleetstreet between New Temple Bar and the Savoy, and along the lanes adjacent which by letters patent of 16/6/1387 the king granted them for 3 years, in aid of paving and mending those streets within the said limits, as they have committed various extortions and oppressions in levying the same by witness of many who are used to pass there with things for sale. [CCR 1389-92, 47-8]
22/10/1389 London Order to the collecvtors of the petty custom and of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound to allow John Golofre, knight, without payment of customs or subsidies to unload there and take wherever he will in the realm 3 habergeons with 2 "aventailes" of steel and 3 ivory combs with cases by him bought overseas for his own use. [CCR 1389-92, 25]
12/02/1389 London Order to the mayor and sheriffs of London to dearrest the goods of John Beaufront, citizen and woolmonger of London, allowing him to dispose of the same, notwithstanding a suit of his, alleging that Stephen Brunne, administrator of the goods of William Berkham, citizen and grocer of London, deceased intestate, scheming to hinder the said John from suing for a debt of £400., sued a bill before the mayor and sheriffs alleging a grant by John, that if William by a certain date should deliver up cloth worth £200., John would pay £40. and give up all writings by which William was bound to John, and John's goods were arrested while the plea of debt was pending between them. [CCR 1385-89, 573]
23/06/1389 London Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound and of the petty custom in London to allow two merchants of Lombardy after payment of customs and subsidies to take to Lombardy or other western parts of the king's friendship 10 "pokes" of feathers and 17 bales of lambs' fells, recently loaded in a tarit of Genoa. [CCR 1389-92, 1]
27/01/1389 London Order to the collectors in the port of London of the subsidy of 3s. on every tun of wine to allow John Costas, merchant of Bordeaux, to sell 93 tuns of wine which he sent over to England from Bordeaux and for which he paid customs and subsidies in Sandwich, in London without second payment of customs and subsidies. [CCR 1385-89, 562]
12/04/1389 London
Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland)
Order to the customers and collectors of the subsidy of 3s. on every tun of wine in London to allow Henry White, fishmonger of London, after payment of customs and subsidies to take 5 tuns of wine to Berwick in a boat of his, on condition that he takes them nowhere else. [CCR 1385-89, 578]
06/07/1389 London
Bristol (Gloucestershire)
Order to the collectors, customers, keepers of the passage, mayor and bailiffs of Bristol to allow Angelus Ciba, merchant of Genoa to bring to London a tarit of Genoa, which he loaded in Greece and Romania with "alum" and other goods to be brought to London, and on the voyage it was taken by several ships coming from Bayonne and brought to Bristol on pretence that ship and cargo were enemy property. [CCR 1389-92, 9]
02/07/1389 London
Dover (Kent)
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs in London, Dover and Sandwich without payment of customs or subsidies to allow 2 woollen cloths, 2 cloths of worsted and a piece of cloth of "Reynes", all of Queen Anne, to be loaded in a ship in one of the said ports and taken to the empress, her mother. [CCR 1389-92, 7]
24/11/1389 London
Dover (Kent)
Sandwich (Kent)
Orwell (Suffolk)
Winchelsea (Sussex)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in London, Dover, Sandwich, Orwell and Winchelsea to allow the captain of Calais to load in their ports and take to Calais without payment of customs or subsidies wheat, malt, beans, peas, oats and other victuals by him bought and purveyed to victual the castle. [CCR 1389-92, 30]
05/02/1389 London
Great Bartlow (Cambridgeshire)
South Hanningfield (Essex)
Pardon of outlawry to William atte Mede of Great Bartlow, parson of the parish church of South Hanningfield, for non-appearance to answer Alan Swaveseye and Stephen Sedere of London for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1385-89, 489]
26/10/1389 London
Kingston upon Thames (Surrey)
The sheriff of Surrey is amerced for insufficient return of a writ brought against Thomas Symond, spicer of Kingston, by Richard Spencer, citizen and spicer of London, concerning a statute staple for £23. [CCR 1389-92, 100]
19/06/1389 London
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Order to the mayor and sheriffs of London to dearrest a ship of Newcastle and deliver it to Thomas Corona, its master, who loaded the ship with sea coal at Newcastle, brought it to London and unloaded it there and by the king's command it was there arrested along with other ships. [CCR 1385-89, 588-89]
07/06/1389 London
Plymouth (Devon)
Order to John Orewelle, serjeant at arms, to dearrest the goods of certain merchants of Genoa dwelling in London, allowing them to bring them to London, as their ships were recently by weather driven into the port of Plymouth and there arrested, and the merchants have promised to bring to London 154 tuns of wine and 170 barrels and 130 pieces of iron and to answer anybody who will lay claim to them. [CCR 1385-89, 590]
12/02/1389 London
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Henry Fitz John, citizen and fishmonger of London, for non-appearance to answer John Docton and William Baillyf, draper of Salisbury, for a debt of £160. 13s. 4d. [CPR 1385-89, 489]
30/01/1389 London
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Recognisance of John Beneyt of Salisbury to John de Wylyngham, vintner of London, for £10. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Wiltshire. [CCR 1385-89, 642]
03/03/1389 London
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the collectors of the petty custom and the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in London to allow John Burton, tailor of London, to load 28 dozen woollen cloth in a ship in the port of London and to take it to Sandwich on the river Thames, so that he can pack it in a ship with other goods of his at Sandwich and take it to Calais, first paying customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1385-89, 579]
04/03/1389 London
Wells (Somerset)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Wylbram, cook of London, at suit of Walter Bulloke of Wells for debt. Mainpernors: William Norwych of Norfolk, Thomas Purye, taverner, William Ferrour, taverner, William Burgh, cook, John Palmer, cook, all of London. [CCR 1385-89, 661]
05/07/1389 London
Windsor (Berkshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Richard atte Tree of Windsor for non-appearance to render his account to Robert Russe alias Rus, citizen and "brasier" of London, or pay a debt of £37. due to the said Robert. [CPR 1388-92, 64]
06/02/1389 Ludlow (Shropshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Ludlow of murage for 9 years. [CPR 1388-92, 4]
15/10/1389 Ludlow (Shropshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Danyel of Ludlow for non-appearance to answer Thomas Austyn, citizen of London for a debt of £4. [CPR 1388-92, 65]
18/10/1389 Luton (Bedfordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Hugh Cook of Luton for non-appearance to answer William Venour, merchant of London, for a debt of £6. 13s. 4d. [CPR 1388-92, 65]
15/07/1389 Lyminge (Kent)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Talewere, chaplain, executor of Richard Auditour, parson of Lyminge, for non-appearance to render £42. 19s. 8d. to Edmund Fraunceys, citizen and pepperer of London. [CPR 1388-92, 64]
16/06/1389 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Sandwich to dearrest and deliver a ship of Newcastle to John Heryngton, its master, which he loaded with sea coal at Newcastle and brought it to Sandwich and unloaded it there, where it was afterwards arrested on the king's orders. [CCR 1385-89, 592]
16/07/1389 Northampton (Northamptonshire)
Balderton by Newark (Nottinghamshire)
Pardon of outlawry to John Gibbes of Balderton by Newark, clerk, for non-appearance to answer Richard Ardern, burgess of Northampton, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1388-92, 64]
10/11/1389 Peckham (Surrey)
Westminster (Middlesex)
Pardon of outlawry to William and John Lokman of Peckham for non-appearance to answer Nicholas, abbot of Westminster, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1388-92, 66]
08/02/1389 Petersfield (Hampshire) Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow the men and tenants of Petersfield, if that town is a member or parcel of the honour of Gloucester, to be quit of toll, stallage, picage, pavage, murage and pontage throughout the realm, as men of that honour ought to be and used to be since time out of mind. [CCR 1385-89, 556]
15/07/1389 Plymouth (Devon)
London
Licence for certain merchants of Genoa resident in London to discharge from a ship of Plymouth divers goods brought in her to Southampton, and to sell them after payment of customs and other dues, on petition by the said merchants that at La Rochelle they loaded into a ship of Seeland 154 tuns of wine and 170 barrels and 130 pieces of iron, and that on the way to London the ship was driven into Plymouth by a storm, and although all customs due were paid there, the said goods were arrested on the pretext of being enemy goods. [CPR 1388-92, 82]
10/03/1389 Puckeridge (Hertfordshire) Grant to Simon Bynham, chaplain, John Bogeys, John Turnour, and John Taverner of Puckeridge of pavage for 1 year, in aid of repairing the highway from All Saints chapel, Puckeridge, to the bridge called Lapdenbridge. [CPR 1388-92, 30]
04/11/1389 Reculver (Kent)
London
Commission to enquire touching a petition of certain merchants of London and of the Hanse of Almain, that when they had loaded a ship at Dordrecht in Holland with 14 pieces of tar, 48 millstones, 15 barrels of soap, 23 pieces of wax, 1 fardel of canvas, 1 tun of flax, 4 bales of almonds, 2 sacks of "pakthred", 1 "pak" of "westvale", 10 blocks of copper, 3 barrels of "greywerk" and 30 bundles of iron, and sent it to London, it was driven by storm onto the coast near Reculver, and its merchandise cast ashore in the Isle of Sheppey and elsewhere in Kent and carried off by the prior of Christchurch, Canterbury, and his servants, although the ship, its crew and the merchants were all saved. [CPR 1388-92, 207-8]
06/09/1389 Rushden (Hertfordshire)
Stevenage (Hertfordshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Thomas Staundon, vicar of Rushden, and William Chaumberleyn of Rushden at suit of Hugh Blounville of Stevenage for debt. Mainpernors: John Harlyngton the younger, William atte Dane of Rushden, John Swalwe of Rushden, all of Huntingdonshire [sic!] and Nicholas Savage of the city of London [CCR 1389-92, 69]
09/02/1389 Salisbury (Wiltshire) Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow John, now bishop of Salisbury, and all the men of all his fees to enjoy quittance of toll throughout the realm, as well as all the other liberties granted to former bishops of Salisbury by royal charters and confirmed by the king. [CCR 1385-89, 564]
18/11/1389 Salisbury (Wiltshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Dynley of Old Sarum for non-appearance to answer William Venour, citizen of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1388-92, 67]
19/12/1389 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in Sandwich to allow William Knyght of London and William Tauke to load in ships in that port 42 bales of coneys' fells of Spain lately taken at sea and after payment of customs etc. to take them wherever they like. [CCR 1389-92, 42]
04/02/1389 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the customers and keepers of the passage in Sandwich to allow Thomas Ikham to load in ships and bring to Calais 1,000 sheep for the sustenance of the king's lieges there, first paying customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1385-89, 563-4]
04/11/1389 Sandwich (Kent) Order to the mayor, bailiffs and keepers of the passage in Sandwich to allow John Welles and John Grey of Sandwich to load into a ship of which the said John Grey is master, in that port 100 quarters of wheat, 80 quarters of malt, 80 quarters of flour, 50 barrels of ale, 20 carcases of beef, 60 of mutton and 40 of pork and after payment of customs, subsidies etc. to take them over to Calais. [CCR 1389-92, 28-29]
02/05/1389 Selby (Yorkshire) Grant to the good men of Selby of pavage for 4 years. [CPR 1388-92, 35]
20/02/1389 Shrewsbury (Shropshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and burgesses of Shrewsbury of murage for 3 years from next Midsummer. [CPR 1388-92, 15]
06/03/1389 Southampton (Hampshire) Commission to audit the account of the mayor, bailiffs and burgesses of Southampton for moneys levied by virtue of grants of certain customs on things brought there for sale, in aid of the fortification of the place and the repair of its walls, on information that such moneys have been applied to other uses. [murage] [CPR 1388-92, 57-8]
05/07/1389 Southampton (Hampshire)
Plymouth (Devon)
Order to the collectors of subsidies in the port of Southampton not to demand a second payment of customs and subsidies of certain merchants of Genoa who recently brought a ship with a cargo of wine and other merchandise to Plymouth, there paid the customs and subsidies, and afterwards reloaded wine and merchandise in a ship of Plymouth to be brought to Southampton. [CCR 1389-92, 52]
15/10/1389 Stebbing (Essex)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Wryght, draper of Stebbing, for non-appearance to answer Richard Gregory, citizen and ironmonger of London, for a debt of 24 marks. [CPR 1388-92, 65]
25/01/1389 Uxbridge (Middlesex)
Marsh (Berkshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Hugh Yonge of Marsh for non-appearance to answer John Stondone, Stephen Deyere and John Bailly of Uxbridge for 2 debts of 8 marks and 6 marks. [CPR 1385-89, 488]
25/10/1389 Watford (Hertfordshire)
London
Edgware (Middlesex)
Hendon (Middlesex)
Willesden (Middlesex)
Kingsbury (Middlesex)
Grant to Thomas Willesdon of Willesden, Thomas atte Well of Watford, William West of St John Street in the suburb of London, John atte Hegge of Hendon, Ralph Robert of Willesden and Richard Lorchon of Kingsbury of pavage for 3 years in aid of the repair of the king's highway between London and Edgware. [CPR 1388-92, 123]
15/02/1389 Weymouth (Dorset)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Swan of Weymouth for non-appearance to answer John Olneye, citizen of London, for a debt of £40. [CPR 1385-89, 490]
24/11/1389 Winchester (Hampshire)
Aylesbury (Buckinghamshire)
Pardon of outlawry to William Cranford of Aylesbury for non-appearance to answer Mark le Fayre, citizen and merchant of Winchester, for a debt of £15. [CPR 1388-92, 67]
18/10/1390 Aston (Hertfordshire)
Watton atte Stone (Hertfordshire)
Stapleford (Hertfordshire)
Grant to Adam Gautron and William Smyth of Watton atte Stone of pavage for 1 year, in aid of repairing the highway from Aston to Watton atte Stone and thence to Stapleford. [CPR 1388-92, 312]
12/02/1390 Baldock (Hertfordshire)
Gimingham (Norfolk)
Pardon of outlawry to Richard Clyfton of Baldock for non-appearance to answer Richard Warner of Gimingham for a debt of 40 marks. [CPR 1388-92, 69]
16/02/1390 Barking (Essex)
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of Sandwich to allow Nicholas Marchand of Barking without payment of customs or subsidies to take 4 sarplers of damaged wool wherever he will within the realm to make his advantage thereof, as certain merchants of England cast the said sarplers out of their better wool, being of little or no value and sold them to Marchand for an agreed sum. [CCR 1389-92, 121]
26/06/1390 Berry Pomeroy (Devon)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Pomeray [of Berry Pomeroy] for non-appearance to answer Simon Doser and Henry Pountfreyt, citizens and saddlers of London, for a debt of 20 marks. [CPR 1388-92, 280]
08/07/1390 Beverley (Yorkshire) Grant to the burgesses and good men of Beverley of pavage for 7 years. [CPR 1388-92, 279]
08/07/1390 Bradford Bridge (Devon [?])
Thornwater Bridge (Devon [?])
Grant to William Daumarle and Richard Lyfe, hermit, of pavage for 5 years, in aid of repairing the highway from Bradford bridge to Thornwater bridge. [CPR 1388-92, 287]
05/02/1390 Bristol (Gloucestershire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Roger Donne, "degher" of Bristol, for non-appearance to answer John Norwych, citizen and merchant of London, for a debt of £52. [CPR 1388-92, 68]
04/02/1390 Bristol (Gloucestershire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Wildeshire of Bristol for non-appearance to answer William Reynwell, citizen and merchant of London, for a debt of £16. [CPR 1388-92, 68]
14/06/1390 Cambridge (Cambridgeshire)
Chesterton (Cambridgeshire)
Order to the mayor and commonalty of Cambridge to deliver to John Angold of Chesterton a boat of his and to allow him to have, use and enjoy a ferry over the river of Chesterton, according to a grant recently made by the prior of Barnwell, as certain men of Cambridge are hindering him from using it as he ought and pretend that the ferry belongs to the commonalty of Cambridge. [CCR 1389-92, 143]
20/10/1390 Cheshunt (Hertfordshire)
London
Yorkshire
Lincolnshire
Licence for Thomas de Bolton of Cheshunt to buy and ship in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire 2,000 quarters of corn of every kind for London. [CPR 1388-92, 311]
22/11/1390 Cheveley (Cambridgeshire)
Thetford (Norfolk)
Pardon of outlawry to Walter Fokes of Cheveley for non-appearance to answer John Barbour of Thetford for a debt of £10. [CPR 1388-92, 282]
25/04/1390 Chipping Campden (Gloucestershire)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Pardon of outlawry to Richard Randulf of Great Yarmouth for non-appearance to answer John Weoleye of Chipping Campden for a debt of £20. [CPR 1388-92, 70]
06/02/1390 Donington (Lincolnshire)
Bridgend (Lincolnshire)
Grant to the prior of St Saviour's, Bridgend, of pavage for 2 years in aid of repairing the causeway leading from the town of St Saviour to Donington in Holand and of the bridges thereof. [CPR 1388-92, 186]
09/07/1390 Ebbsfleet by Sandwich (Kent)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Richard Swalowe of Ebbsfleet by Sandwich for non-appearance to answer John Fourneys, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of £35. 10s. [CPR 1388-92, 280]
14/02/1390 Edingale (Staffordshire)
Cotton (Suffolk)
Pardon of outlawry to Richard Mareis of Edingale for non-appearance to answer Almaric de Sancto Amando, knight, of Cotton, for a debt of £40. [CPR 1388-92, 69]
14/02/1390 Edingale (Staffordshire)
Cotton (Suffolk)
Pardon of outlawry to Richard Wolf of Edingale for non-appearance to answer Almaric de Sancto Amando, knight, of Cotton, for a debt of £40. [CPR 1388-92, 69]
20/11/1390 Eynesbury (Huntingdonshire)
Arthingworth (Northamptonshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Hemyngton of Eynesbury for non-appearance to answer Richard Kynesman of Arthingworth for a debt of £40. [CPR 1388-92, 282]
30/12/1390 Faversham (Kent)
Dover (Kent)
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the collectors of the petty custom and the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in the ports of Faversham, Dover or Sandwich to allow William de Hoo, knight, captain of Oye castle in Picardy, to load in ships and without payment of customs or subsidies to take to the castle 50 quarters of wheat, 50 quarters of malt, 20 quarters of beans, peas and oats, 6 oxen, 20 pigs and 200 sheep for the victualling of the same. [CCR 1389-92, 226]
08/03/1390 Fifield (Wiltshire)
London
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Edmund Waryn of Fifield at suit of Andrew Vyne, citizen and draper of London, for debt. Mainpernors: Henry Bukyngham of Northamptonshire, John Felde of Kent, Sampson Metham of [Brentford] Middlesex and Ralph Boteler of Wiltshire. [CCR 1389-92, 165]
15/11/1390 Gateshead (Durham)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John de Hexham, alias Exham, of Gateshead for non-appearance to answer Richard Peterburgh, citizen and saddler of London, for a debt of £8. and to render 2 bonds to him, or to answer Robert de Malteby, citizen and bladesmith of London, William Venour, citizen of London, or William Duresme the elder, touching debts of 5 marks, 40s. and 10 marks respectively. [CPR 1388-92, 282]
28/06/1390 Great Yarmouth (Norfolk) Grant to the bailiffs and burgesses of Great Yarmouth of murage for 5 years. [CPR 1388-92, 277]
27/11/1390 Grimsby (Lincolnshire) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Grimsby of pavage for 5 years. [CPR 1388-92, 330]
01/12/1390 Hadleigh (Suffolk)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Kempston, draper of Hadleigh, for non-appearance to answer John Trimpton and Ralph Bathel, citizens of London, for a debt of £40. [CPR 1388-92, 283]
08/03/1390 Higham Gobion (Bedfordshire)
Brickhill (Buckinghamshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of John, parson of Higham, at suit of Nicholas, parson of Brickhill, for debt. Mainpernors: John de Staunton, brewer, Robert de Malteby, bladesmith, Roger Mark, bladesmith, Thomas de Wytton, brewer, all of London. [CCR 1389-92, 166]
24/10/1390 Isle of Thanet (Kent) Writ of supersedeas to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer in respect of their demand against Peter Pope and John Jory of the Isle of Thanet to render account of the victuals they were appointed to purvey for the furnishing of Calais. [CCR 1389-92, 303-4]
21/10/1390 King's Lynn (Norfolk)
London
Pardon of outlawry to William Chaundler of King's Lynn for non-appearance to answer Thomas Dorchestre, skinner of London, and Joan his wife for a debt of 60s. [CPR 1388-92, 281]
16/05/1390 Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Lewes (Sussex)
London
Winchelsea (Sussex)
Shoreham-by-Sea (Sussex)
Seaford (Sussex)
Order to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of customs and subsidies in Kingston upon Hull to allow the prior of Lewes to put on board of a vessel to be hired for the purpose 6 fothers of lead, which he caused to be purveyed within the realm and brought to the said port and without payment of customs or subsidy to be taken to London, Lewes, Winchelsea, Shoreham or Seaford. [CCR 1389-92, 133]
27/10/1390 Leicester (Leicestershire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Mildenhale, lorimer of Leicester, for non-appearance to answer Arnald Ingelbright, citizen of London, John de Brigford and Richard Smyth for debts of 20 marks, 4 marks and 100s. respectively. [CPR 1388-92, 281]
15/08/1390 London Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 6d. in the pound in London to allow Bartholomew de Guynysiis, merchant of Lucca, to ship in that port 3 gilt cups with covers, 1 gilt piece with cover, 1 gold ring, 14 candlesticks of "latoun", 2 great knives for the table, 3 small knives, 2 silver caskets for powder, 1 piece of cloth containing 18 ells and 12 dozen ties contained in 2 coffers for carriage, and without payment of customs or subsidies to send them to Cosmatus, cardinal of Bologna, for his use. [CCR 1389-92, 205-6]
12/07/1390 London Grant to John Bosham, William Petchy and William Asshilby of pavage for 3 years, in aid of paving and repairing the street from New Temple Bar to Charing Cross, leviable on things for sale passing along the said street and the lanes reaching from near the church of St Martin in the fields and "les Mues" as far as "Colmanhegg". [CPR 1388-92, 288]
27/02/1390 London
Cambridgeshire
Essex
Bond of Walter Panfelde, citizen and golsmith of London, John Kyrkeby of Cambridgeshire and William Baldeswelle, citizen and goldsmith of London, to John Broun, parson of St Stephen Walbroke in London, William Framelyngham, citizen and pelliter, Edmund Spice, son of Clement Spice of Essex and John Gyffarde of Essex in 34 marks, payable in the said church on Michaelmas Day 1395. Indenture of defeasance on condition that Walter, John and William pay 17 marks in the said church, i.e. 15s at Michaelmas 1395, 15s at Christmas following, 15s at Easter following, 15s. at Midsummer following, and so year by year until all be paid. [CCR 1389-92, 330-1]
14/10/1390 London
Yorkshire
Lincolnshire
Licence for John Ragenhell, citizen and fishmonger of London, to buy in the counties of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire and ship from any port therein 400 quarters of wheat to London for gain, paying all dues for the same. [CPR 1388-92, 306]
12/12/1390 London Writ of supersedeas and order to set free Thomas Brampton, citizen and stockfishmonger of London, if taken at suit of Walter Watford and Richard Brandoun, citizens of London, for debt. Mainpernors: John Paston, John Burgeys, John Taverner, Richard Peresson, all stockfishmongers of London. [CCR 1389-92, 315]
02/08/1390 London Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in London to allow Thomas Abraham to load in that port a barrel with 27 dozen horns in a ship and after payment of customs etc. to take them over to Middelburg. [CCR 1389-92, 220]
20/11/1390 London Order to the collectors of the petty custom and the subsidy of 6d in the pound and 3s on every tun of wine in London to allow John Trailly, knight, mayor of Bordeaux, without payment of customs or subsidies to take over 4 1/2 short cloths without grain, 18 tuns of wheat, 2 tuns of flesh and 1 of fish appointed for his stock and consumption there. [CCR 1389-92, 227]
22/11/1390 London Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 6d. in the pound in London to allow John Wythefist, servant of the duke of Gelre, to load in ships there and after payment of customs etc. to send to the duke certain pieces of tin and vessels of pewter, price £36., bought and purveyed to his use. [CCR 1389-92, 215]
17/06/1390 London Pardon of outlawry to William Chynele, citizen and tailor of London, for non-appearance to answer William Reynwell, citizen and merchant of London, for a debt of £36. [CPR 1388-92, 260]
05/10/1390 London Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 6d. in the pound and of the petty custom in London to allow Edmund Halstede, burgess of Calais, to load in ships in that port and without payment of customs or subsidies send over to Calais 42,000 tiles, 2,000 laths, 200 pieces of white board and a barrel of divers iron nails by him bought and purveyed for repair of certain houses of his there. [CCR 1389-92, 213-14]
27/12/1390 London Order to the customers and collectors of the subsidy in the port of London to allow Catalanus Spynola, merchant of Genoa, to bring to England for sale a jewel of gold and silver, namely a hill of Calvary whereupon is a cross of the Lord and at the foot of it an image of the Virgin and another of St John with angels and other work set with stones and pearls, paying customs and subsidies due, so that if he does not sell it within the realm, he may without payment of custom or subsidy on entry or departure take the same out of the realm to wherever he wants. [CCR 1389-92, 240-1]
14/07/1390 London Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies and the keepers of the passage in London to allow John Martyn of Spain after payment of customs and subsidies to take over to Spain 16 tuns of wine of Spain now in London. [CCR 1389-92, 200]
07/07/1390 London Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of London to allow William Boxoun, pewterer of London, to ship 5 barrels of pewter vessels in that port and after payment of customs etc. to take them to Flanders. [CCR 1389-92, 195]
23/02/1390 London Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 3s. on every tun of wine and 12d. in the pound and of the petty custom in London to check whether Ciprian de Mari, merchant of Genoa, paid customs and subsidies for 17 marble stones taken at sea by the men of Calais, brought to London and sold to the said merchant, who has sent them to Genoa. [CCR 1389-92, 154]
24/01/1390 London Order to the sheriffs of London to make proclamation forbidding any merchant of London, native or alien, to make any changes of money for any person journeying over sea. [CCR 1389-92, 106]
09/04/1390 London Order to the mayor of London and his clerk to search the rolls of recognisances made in 21 Edward III to find if a recognisance was made on 20 October of that year by Walter Cheryngton and Thomas de Swanland, late merchants of London, to Simon de Garton and Hugh de Wychyngham, citizens and mercers of London, for a sum payable at Christmas then next, which is not already certified, and to send the tenor thereof into chancery. [CCR 1389-92, 130]
18/05/1390 London Order to the sheriffs of London to set free William Randulf, citizen and armourer of London, who has paid a debt of £48. 10s. to William Pounfreyt, citizen and armourer of London, recognised on 6/12/1388 as payable at Midsummer then next. [CCR 1389-92, 139-40]
20/05/1390 London Order to the collectors of the subsidy on wool, hides and woolfells in London to allow certain merchants to dry their wool there, load it in a ship and take it to Calais without second payment of customs or subsidies, as the said wool was recently loaded at London into a ship and after payment of customs and subsidies sent to Calais, but the ship was by accident split in the river Thames, and the wool got utterly wet, hence the said merchants had to put it ashore to dry. [CCR 1389-92, 138-9]
13/04/1390 London Order to the collectors of subsidies in the port of London to allow the earl of Huntingdon, captain of Brest castle, to load in ships in that port and without payment of customs or subsidies take over to the castle 200 bows and 300 bowstrings for furnishing the same. [CCR 1389-92, 134]
16/04/1390 London
Hayton (Yorkshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of John Holthorp of Hayton at suit of William Berfayre, citizen and armourer of London, for debt. [CCR 1389-92, 169]
10/10/1390 London
Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland)
Licence for Thomas de Wilford and Roger de Wilford, citizens and fishmongers of London, to buy in any county in England 1,000 quarters of corn of every kind and ship it from any port between the Tyne by Newcastle upon Tyne and the Thames, paying all dues, and bring it to the mouth of the Thames. [CPR 1388-92, 308]
07/10/1390 London
Scarborough (Yorkshire)
Licence for John Chambre, merchant of London, and Katharine his wife, to buy 300 quarters of wheat in Yorkshire, ship them in Scarborough and bring them to London for gain, paying all dues. [CPR 1388-92, 308]
14/04/1390 London
Scarborough (Yorkshire)
Lincolnshire
Licence for William Chambre, fishmonger of London, to buy 400 quarters of wheat in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, to ship them in Scarborough or other ports and to bring the ships to London. [CPR 1388-92, 239]
15/08/1390 London
Southampton (Hampshire)
Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 6d. in the pound in London or Southampton to allow Bartholomew de Guynysiis, merchant of Lucca, to ship in that port 3 gilt cups with covers, 1 gilt piece with cover, 1 gold ring, 14 candlesticks of "latoun", 2 great knives for the table, 3 small knives, 2 silver caskets for powder, 1 piece of cloth containing 18 ells, 12 dozen ties and 10 pieces of serges of Norwich contained in 2 coffers for carriage, and without payment of customs or subsidies to send them to Cosmatus, cardinal of Bologna, for his use. [CCR 1389-92, 219]
13/06/1390 London Order to the collectors of the petty custom in the port of London to allow Andrew Strynger of Calais to load in a ship and after payment of customs and subsidies to take to Calais 3 stone of hemp, 24 bows and 200 bolts by him bought in England. Mainpernors: David Louelyche, skinner, Saier Parkesgate, fletcher, both of London, John Felde esquire. [CCR 1389-92, 142]
01/12/1390 Marsham (Norfolk)
Blickling (Norfolk)
Mandate to all royal officials to allow all tenants of the towns of Marsham and Blickling, which are of the ancient demesne of the crown to be quit of toll, stallage, chiminage, pontage, picage, pavage, murage and passage throughout the realm. [CPR 1388-92, 333]
05/10/1390 Newbury (Berkshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Newbury of pontage for 2 years. [CPR 1388-92, 307]
24/12/1390 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and commonalty of Newcastle upon Tyne of pontage for 7 years from 24 November last. [CPR 1388-92, 359]
28/02/1390 Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumberland) Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and commonalty of Newcastle upon Tyne of pontage for 3 years from 20 February. [CPR 1388-92, 204]
28/02/1390 Poole (Dorset)
London
Devizes (Wiltshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Thomas Morle of Poole at suit of Henry Grenecobbe, citizen and dyer of London, for an account. Mainpernors: William Melton, hostler, Roger Hullou, tailor, both of London, John Peruant and John Walshe, both of Devizes. [CCR 1389-92, 155]
20/10/1390 Rauceby (Lincolnshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Grene of Rauceby for non-appearance to answer William Culham, citizen and grocer of London, for a debt of £8. [CPR 1388-92, 281]
12/05/1390 Rotherby (Leicestershire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Baillyf of Rotherby for non-appearance to answer William Ardern, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1388-92, 259]
16/09/1390 Sandwich (Kent) Writ of supersedeas to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of customs and subsidies in Sandwich in respect of distress on them and the levy of custom and subsidy on 35 tuns of Malmsey and 288 staves for crossbows, which certain merchants of Genoa brought to the Dounes off Sandwich in a tarit, there loaded into a boat hired for the purpose, to be taken to certain Genoese at Bruges, and although they otherwise unloaded nothing and brought the tarit with the rest of the goods to London, the said collectors are distraining them for customs etc. on the wine and staves as though they had been exposed for sale. [CCR 1389-92, 203]
02/12/1390 Shipden (Norfolk) Grant to the good men of Shipden that they may for 5 years levy certain dues in aid of the construction of a new pier begun by them. [quayage] [CPR 1388-92, 359]
08/03/1390 Sittingbourne (Kent)
London
Writ of supersedeas omnino in favour of William Smyth of Sittingbourne at suit of William Sharpyng citizen and vintner of London for render of £13. 15s. Mainpernors: Sampson Metham of Brentford, John Groos, baker of Westminster, Ralph Frensshe and Simon Barbour both of Westminster [CCR 1389-92, 166]
15/02/1390 Slawston (Leicestershire)
Dingley (Northamptonshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Pykeryng of Slawston for non-appearance to answer Robert the chaplain, brother of Richard de Barowe, preceptor of Dingley, for a debt of 10 marks. [CPR 1388-92, 69]
14/10/1390 Smallhythe (Kent)
London
Memorandum of a fine made with the council by 40s by William Newenden, master of a ship of Smallhythe, because he should have taken 2,000 of iron therein from London straight to Smallhythe, but took it first to Calais and then to Smallhythe. [CCR 1389-92, 287]
12/03/1390 Southampton (Hampshire) Order to the mayor, bailiffs and collectors of customs and subsidies in Southampton to allow certain merchants of Genoa who lately brought 2 tarits full of divers goods to England, unloaded them and have now reloaded wool and other merchandise at Southampton, to take their wool and merchandise to Genoa or other western parts of the king's friendship, after payment of customs and subsidies due both in England and at Calais. [CCR 1389-92, 125]
16/02/1390 Southampton (Hampshire) Writ of aid to the collectors of customs, mayors and bailiffs of Southampton in favour of the prior of St Dionysius, tenant of the hospital of St Mary Magdalene, Southampton, by grant of the late king in levying 1d. on every tun of wine brought to that port by natives and aliens, the men of that town excepted, as used to be done since time out of mind, as he only failed to levy it by his own neglect, who would not sue for it. [CCR 1389-92, 110]
12/10/1390 Southampton (Hampshire)
London
Licence for Richard Dunsterre, merchant of Southampton, to ship in that port and bring to London for gain, 100 quarters of wheat, which he has bought in Hampshire. [CPR 1388-92, 308]
07/06/1390 Southampton (Hampshire)
Poole (Dorset)
Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 6d. in the pound in Southampton and the keepers of the passage there and at Poole to allow the butler of the duke of Brittany and his servant to pass without payment of customs or subsidies in one of those ports with 4 horses, 1 vessel of "vernage", 6 coffers, 3 dozen bottles, 3 dozen leather pots and 6 pieces of woollen cloth, bought and purveyed for the duke's use. [CCR 1389-92, 142]
11/02/1390 Spaldwick (Cambridgeshire)
Longstow (Huntingdonshire)
Recognisance of William Kelshulle of Spaldwick to William Tyryngton, parson of Longstow, and John de Stukeley for £33. 17s. 4d. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Huntingdonshire. [CCR 1389-92, 104]
09/03/1390 Stamford Bridge (Yorkshire) Commission of oyer and terminer concerning weirs, mills, stanks, pales and kidells in the river Derwent between Stamford Bridge and the Ouse, and also to enquire what persons have of their own authority taken toll, custom or other exaction from ships, boats, or other vessels on that river. [CPR 1388-92, 266-7]
20/08/1390 Tawstock (Devon)
Barnstaple (Devon)
Skatforde (Devon)
Assignment of dower to Joan, widow of Ralph Basset, knight, includes 1/3 of the profits of the sand ways by Barnstaple bridge, Skatforde and Shordelelane. [toll] [CCR 1389-92, 321]
28/06/1390 Tempsford (Bedfordshire) Recognisance of Henry de Drayton of Tempsford to John Redehode, parson of Tempsford, for 10 marks to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Bedfordshire. [CCR 1389-92, 282]
05/05/1390 Tenby (Pembrokeshire) Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Tenby of quayage for 7 years. [CPR 1388-92, 243]
18/05/1390 Woodbridge (Suffolk)
London
Order to Robert Peyton, one of the guardians of the peace in Suffolk, and the bailiffs and constable of Woodbridge to dearrest and deliver to William Welforde, William Renwelle and John Warner 200 quarters of wheat of theirs arrested in 3 small ships at Woodbridge, for them to bring to London. [CCR 1389-92, 140]
10/02/1390 Worcester (Worcestershire) Grant to the bailiffs, citizens and good men of Worcester of murage for 5 years. [CPR 1388-92, 186]
20/06/1390 Worcester (Worcestershire)
Sedgeberrow (Worcestershire)
Bristol (Gloucestershire)
Dover (Kent)
Pardon of outlawry to Nicholas Dymars, citizen of Worcester, for non-appearance to answer the following for certain debts, viz.: John atte Wode, knight, for £64., John Raynald of Sedgeberrow for £20., Walter Frompton, merchant of Bristol, for £40., William Somerwell, merchant of Bristol, for £40., Lettice Spycer and John Hamon of Dover for £20. [CPR 1388-92, 260]