Bridgemasters' Account Roll 1, 1381-2

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'Bridgemasters' Account Roll 1, 1381-2', London Bridge: selected accounts and rentals, 1381-1538 (1995), pp. 1-29. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117321 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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LONDON BRIDGE: SELECTED ACCOUNTS AND RENTALS, 1381–1538

BRIDGEMASTERS' ACCOUNT ROLL 1, 1381–2

1. [m. lr] (fn. 1) [Account of John Hoo and Henry Yevele]. Keepers of London Bridge from 29 September, Michaelmas, 5 Richard II [1381] to the same feast next year, 6 Richard II [1382].
[Arrears. The same answer for £122 15d.] received of arrears from the last account. Total £122 15d.
[Rents and] Farms. Item they answer for £389 16s. 4d. received from the rents of the Bridge's tenements in London and Southwark, lying in the parishes as appears in the rental made thereof. And for £12 received of the rent of 20 cabins [cabani] standing under the wall of the Friars Minor. For £30 3s. 2d. received of quit-rents in London and in Southwark, lying in various parishes as appears [by the rental made thereof]. And for £28 11s. 10d. received from the farm of the manor, lands, meadows, pastures and mill, namely at Lewisham, Stratford, and in the fields of Hatcham, Camberwell and Southwark, lying in various parishes as also appears [by the rental made thereof] Total £460 11s. 4d.
[Increase] Item they answer for 50s. increase of rent for 6 new shops built in the parish of St Dionis Fenchurch, for the terms of Easter and the Nativity of St John the Baptist. And 6s. 9d. received as increase of rent for a certain tenement at Lewisham [bought of Matilda] Bray [for the terms of] Christmas, Easter and the Nativity of St John the Baptist. Total 66s. 9d.
[Foreign receipts] Item they answer for 20s. received for the fishery under London Bridge, let at farm. Total 20s.
[Receipts by rolls attached to the account] Item they answer for £136 11s. 6d. received from the fishmongers and butchers standing at the Stocks, within and without, for the toll of ships passing under the Bridge [de passag' navium], for carts crossing the Bridge, for baskets on the Bridge, for legacies and fines [gersumis] as appears below in the roll attached to this account. Total £136 11s. 6d.
[Money received for cupboards for cloth merchants standing above the Stocks] Item they answer for £32 18s. 8d. received for 38 cupboards [almarioli] for drapers standing above the Stocks selling cloth, for 52 weeks taking from each per week 4d. Total £32 18s. 8d.
Sum total of the receipt £755 19s. 6d.

2. Vacancies. Item they seek allowance for vacancies of the Bridge's tenements in London and Southwark, as appears on the dorse of this roll, £15 12s. 9d. Item they seek allowance for vacancies of the cabins standing under the wall of the Friars Minor, as appears on the dorse of this roll, 33s. 4d. Item they seek allowance for vacancies of tenements which owe yearly quit-rent to London Bridge in London and Southwark, as appears on the dorse of this roll, 59s. 2d. Item they seek allowance for vacancies of land and meadow belonging to the Bridge in the fields of Hatcham and Camberwell, as appears on the dorse of this roll, 62s. 8d. And for the vacancy of 25 cupboards over the Stocks for 52 weeks at 4d. for each cupboard per week, £21 13s. 4d. Item they seek allowance for the debt of James Rameseye, fishmonger, since he is dead and has nothing whereby he could be distrained, 60s.
Total £48 15d.
Payments of rent [resoluciones]. Item they seek allowance for payments for the Bridge's tenements in London and Southwark, as appears by the rental made thereof, £18 18s. ¼d. Item they seek allowance for 6s. 9d. paid to Matilda Bray for a certain tenement at Lewisham lately bought of her, namely for the terms of Easter and the Nativity of St John the Baptist, for each term 2s. 3d. Total £18 8s. 3¼d.
Stipend of the Wardens and Renter. Item they seek allowance for the stipend of the said Wardens of London Bridge for the time of this account £20. And for the stipend of one man collecting the rents of the Bridge's tenements and the quit-rents belonging to the Bridge for the same time £10. Total £30.
Expenses according to the roll attached to this account. Item they seek allowance for various weekly expenses as appears below in the parcels of the roll attached to this account. For £3 9s. 8½d. Total £3 9s. 8½d.
Sum total of the expenses, stipends, vacancies of tenements and quitrents of the Bridge, and the payment of rents, as appears in detail in the rental made thereof. For £99 19s. 2¾d.
And thus they owe on the account £656 3¼d.

[m. 1d (fn. 2) Vacancies at Michaelmas term.
From the weighhouse and tollhouse on the Bridge 9s.
From a mansion in the stone gate on the Bridge 6s. 8d.
From a tenement in Tower Street, formerly belonging to Richard Albon 6s. 8d.
From a small house attached to the same tenement 3s. 9d.
From a shop outside the stone gate on the Bridge 8s. 4d.
From another shop there under the same gate 5s.
From 4 shops in Old Change 26s. 8d.
From 6 old shops, demolished, in the parish of St Dionis Vanchurche 45s.
From 3 cabins under the wall of the Friars Minor 7s. 6d.
From another cabin there 3s. 4d.
Sum £6 23d.

Vacancies at Christmas term.
From the weighhouse and tollhouse 9s.
From a mansion in the stone gate 6s. 8d.
From a tenement in Tower Street 6s. 8d.
From a small house attached to the same tenement 3s. 9d.
From 5 shops in Old Change 33s. 4d.
From 2 cabins under the wall of the Friars Minor 5s.
From another cabin there 3s. 4d.
From 6 old shops, demolished, at Fenchurch 45s.
From a tenement at Lewisham acquired from Matilda Bray 2s. 3d.
Sum 115s.

Vacancies at Easter term.
From the weighhouse and tollhouse 9s.
From a mansion in the stone gate 6s. 8d.
From a tenement in Tower Street 6s. 8d.
From a small house attached to the same tenement 3s. 9d.
From 3 shops in Old Change 20s.
From 2 cabins under the wall of the Friars Minor 5s.
From another cabin there 3s. 4d.
From a house in the parish of St Augustine Papey 2s. 6d.
From a tenement at Lewisham acquired from Matilda Bray 2s. 3d.
Sum 59s. 2d.

Vacancies at the term of St John the Baptist.
From the weighhouse and tollhouse 9s.
From a mansion in the stone gate 6s. 8d.
From a tenement in Tower Street 6s. 8d.
From a small house attached to the same tenement 3s. 9d.
From 2 shops in Old Change 13s. 4d.
From a cabin under the wall of the Friars Minor 2s. 6d.
From another cabin there 3s. 4d.
From a house in the parish of St Augustine Papey 2s. 6d.
From a tenement at Lewisham acquired from Matilda Bray 2s. 3d.
Sum 50s.

Vacancies of quit-rent.
From the tenement where the park of Robert Little is now built, in the parish of St Margaret Bridge Street 12d.
From the tenement late of John Lovekyn, in the parish of St Michael Crooked Lane 5s.
From the tenement of Simon Mordone in the same parish 5s.
From the tenement of Sir William Henlee knight, in the parish of St Olave upon the Wall 3s. 6d.
From the tenement late of fiz Michel in Red Cross Street 4d.
From the tenement late of William de Basyngge, where the new cemetery is now built 4d.
From the tenement late of Hamo Lumbard, since he has received from the Mayor remission of the rent for life 13s. 4d.
From the tenement late of Matilda de Balsham, since it is now in possession of the Bridge 2s.
From the tenement of William de Blacchingleghe 12d.
From the tenement late of William de Sabrictesworthe 4d.
From the meadow at Stratford called Russhope 2s.
From the tenement of the Prior and Convent of the Blessed Mary of Southwark called Exmuthe 13s. 4d.
From the tenement of Ralph Double, late of Geoffrey Horn, called the Mote 8s.
From the tenement of Sir Thomas Peytevyn in the parish of St Alban Wood Street 2s.
From the tenement in Tower Street late of Richard Albon, since it is now in possession of the Bridge 2s.
Sum 59s. 2d.

Vacancies of the cupboards above the Stocks.
From 25 cupboards for cloth merchants standing above the Stocks, during the whole of the undermentioned year, at 17s. 4d. for each cupboard £21 13s. 4d.
Sum £21 13s. 4d.

Sum total of vacancies of tenements belonging to the Bridge, of quitrents, cabins, lands, meadows, and cupboards above the Stocks, £41 18s. 7d.]

3. [m.2] Receipts, Saturday after the feast of St Michael [5 October 1381].
From the rents of the Stocks [les Stockes], namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d. From tolls on ships [de passag' navium], 4s. 6d. From carts, 5s. 2d. Total 56s.

4. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of St Edward King and Confessor [12 October].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 21d. From carts, 4s. 10d. From baskets [corbell'], 1d. Total 53s.

5. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of St Luke the Evangelist [19 October].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 7s. 8d. From carts, 6s. 4d. From baskets, 1d. Total 60s. 5d.

6. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of the Apostles Simon and Jude [26 October].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 5s. 3d. From carts, 5s. 4d. Total 56s. 11d.

7. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of All Saints [2 November].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 6s. 8d. From carts, 4s. 6d. Total 57s. 6d.

8. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of St Leonard Abbot [9 November].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 8s. 5d. From carts, 7s. 2d. From baskets, 1d. Item received for 2 pieces of timber sold, 4s. Total 66s.

9. Receipts, Saturday the feast of St Edmund Archbishop of Canterbury [16 November].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 2s. 3d. From carts, 4s. 10d. Total 53s. 5d.

10. Receipts, Saturday the feast of St Clement [23 November].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 16d. From carts, 3s. 6d. Item received from a Flemish boatman to repair damage to the Bridge House boat, 6s. 8d.
Total 57s. 10d.

11. Receipts, Saturday the feast of St Andrew the Apostle [30 November].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 3s. 2d. From carts, 4s. Total 53s. 6d.

12. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of the Conception of the Blessed Mary [7 December].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 22d. From carts, 5s. 6d. Total 53s. 8d.

13. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of St Lucy the Virgin [14 December].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 4s. 11d. From carts, 5s. 4d. Total 56s. 7d.

14. Receipts, Saturday the feast of St Thomas the Apostle [21 December].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, nil. From carts, 3s. 4d. Total 49s. 8d.

15. Receipts, Saturday after Christmas [28 December].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 8s. 2d. From carts, 14d. Total 55s. 8d.

16. Receipts, Saturday before Epiphany [4 January 1382].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 9s. 3d. From carts, 2s. 4d. Total 57s. 11d.

17. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of St Hilary [11 January].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 4s. 1d. From carts, 2s. 10d. Total 52s. 3d. [sic]

18. [m. 3] Receipts, Saturday before the feast of St Wulfstan the bishop [18 January].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, nil. From carts, 4s. 2d. Total 50s. 6d.

19. Receipts, Saturday the feast of the Conversion of St Paul [25 January].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 21d. From carts, 4s. 8d. Total 52s. 9d.

20. Receipts, Saturday the eve of the Purification of the Blessed Mary [1 February].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 2s. 3d. From carts, 3s. 8d. Total 52s. 3d.

21. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of St Agatha the Virgin [8 February].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 11d. From carts, 5s. 2d. Total 52s. 5d.

22. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of St Valentine [15 February].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 4s. 11d. From carts, 5s. Total 56s. 3d.

23. Receipts, Saturday the feast of St Peter in Cathedra [22 February].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 27s. 4d.
From tolls on ships, 5d. From carts, 3s. 10d. Total 50s. 7d.

24. Receipts, Saturday 1 March.
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers, nil, it being Lent. From tolls on ships, nil. From carts, 5s. 2d. From baskets, 1d. From legacies, 2s. Total 26s. 3d.

25. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of St Gregory the Pope [8 March].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within, 19s. From the butchers, nil, it being Lent. From tolls on ships, 22d. From carts, 4s. 10d. From baskets, 1½d. Item received for 1000 Flemish tiles [fflaundrishtyle] sold, 6s. Total 31s. 9½d.

26. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of St Gregory the Pope [15 March].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers, nil, it being Lent. From tolls on ships, 7s. 1d. From carts, 5s. 10d. From baskets, 1d. Total 32s.

27. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of St Cuthbert [22 March].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers, nil, it being Lent. From tolls on ships, 3s. 2d. From carts, 4s. 4d. Total 26s. 6d.

28. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary [29 March].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers, nil, it being Lent. From tolls on ships, 9s. 4d. From carts, 3s. 6d. Item received of the gift of John Gilbert of the parish of Lee in co. Kent, 20s. Total 51s. 10d.

29. Receipts, Saturday the eve of Easter [5 April].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without. 19s. From the butchers, nil, it being Lent. From tolls on ships, 9s. 5d. From carts, 2s. 10d. Item received of Gilbert Beauchamp, fishmonger, as a fine [gersum'] for a certain shop in Bridge Street [in vico pont'] which James Rameseye, fishmonger, lately held, 3s. 4d. Item received of the collection on the Bridge on Good Friday, 4s. 2d. Item received of the legacy of a certain man called Essex, 12d.
Total 39s. 9d.

30. Receipts, Saturday in the week of Easter [12 April].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers, nil, it being Easter Week.
From tolls on ships, 6s. 9d. From carts, 4s. Item received for timber and stones sold, 24s. 8d. Total 54s. 5d.

31. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of St George the Martyr [19 April].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 29s. From tolls on ships, 4s. 6d. From carts, 6s. 2d. Total 58s. 8d.

32. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of St Mark the Evangelist [26 April].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 29s. From tolls on ships, 3s. 2d. From carts, 4s. 10d. Total 56s.

33. [m. 4] Receipts, Saturday the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross [3 May].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 29s. From tolls on ships, 11d. From carts, 2s. 8d. Item received of the legacy of John Dylewysh late carter of the Bridge House, 5s. Total 56s. 7d.

34. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of St John at the Latin Gate [10 May].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 29s. From tolls on ships, nil. From carts, 4s. 4d. Item received for 2000 bricks [waltyele] sold, 9s. 4d. Total 61s. 8d.

35. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of St Dunstan the Archbishop [17 May].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 29s. From tolls on ships, 3s. 2d. From carts, 6s. 8d. Total 57s. 6d. [sic]

36. Receipts, Saturday the eve of Pentecost [24 May].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 29s. From tolls on ships, 5s. 5d. From carts, 7s. 2d. Total 60s. 7d.

37. Receipts, Saturday in the week of Pentecost [31 May].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 29s. From tolls on ships, 15d. From carts, 5s. 6d. Total 54s. 9d.

38. Receipts, Saturday the feast of St Wulfstan the Archbishop [7 June].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 29s. From tolls on ships, 11d. From carts, 6s. Total 54s. 11d.

39. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of St Barnabas the Apostle [14 June].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 29s. From tolls on ships, 5s. From carts, 9s. 2d. Total 62s. 2d.

40. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist [21 June].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 24s. 5d.
From tolls on ships, 12s. 6d. From carts, 7s. 2d. Total 63s. 1d.

41. Receipts, Saturday the eve of the Apostles Peter and Paul [28 June].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 24s. 5d.
From tolls on ships, 2s. 8d. From carts, 4s. 10d. Total 50s. 11d.

42. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of the Translation of St Thomas the Martyr [5 July].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 24s. 5d.
From tolls on ships, 2s. 8d. From carts, 6s. Item received for the wages of divers carpenters hired to Henry Yevele, and for stones and boards sold to him, 63s. 1d. Total 115s. 2d.

43. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of the Translation of St Swithin [12 July].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 24s. 5d.
From tolls on ships, 3s. 7d. From carts, 6s. 8d. Total 53s. 8d.

44. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of St Margaret [19 July].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 24s. 5d.
From tolls on ships, 6s. 3d. From carts, 9s. 2d. Item received of John Longe, butcher, as a fine for a certain place for a butcher at the Stocks, 6s. 8d. Total 65s. 6d.

45. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of St James the Apostle [26 July].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 24s. 5d.
From tolls on ships, 5s. From carts, 12s. 6d. Total 60s. 11d.

46. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of St Peter ad Vincula [2 August].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 19s. From the butchers standing there, 24s. 5d.
From tolls on ships, 5s. 3d. From carts, 7s. 8d. From the legacy of a certain man called Essex, 2s. Total 58s. 4d.

47. Receipts, Saturday the eve [of the feast] of St Lawrence [9 August].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 12s. 1½d. From the butchers standing there, 24s.
5d. From tolls on ships, nil. From carts, 6s. 2d. Total 42s. 8d. [sic]

48. Receipts, Saturday after the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Mary [16 August].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 10s. 9d. From the butchers standing there, 22s. 5d.
From tolls on ships, 3s. 7d. From carts, 6s. 10d. Total 43s. 7d.

49. Receipts, Saturday the eve of St Bartholomew the Apostle [23 August].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 6s. 7½d. From the butchers standing there, 22s.
5d. From tolls on ships, 16d. From carts, 9s. 4d. Total 39s. 8½d.

50. [m. 5] Receipts, Saturday after the feast of the Decollation of St John the Baptist [30 August].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 8s. 9d. From the butchers standing there, 22s. 5d.
From tolls on ships, 16d. From carts, 5s. 2d. Total 37s. 8d.

51. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary [6 September].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 7s. 3d. From the butchers standing there, 22s. 5d.
From tolls on ships, 4s. 6d. From carts, 4s. 8d. Total 38s. 10d.

52. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross [13 September].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 7s. 3d. From the butchers standing there, 22s. 5d.
From tolls on ships, 21d. From carts, 7s. 2d. Total 38s. 7d.

53. Receipts, Saturday the eve of St Matthew the Apostle and Evangelist [20 September].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 7s. 3d. From the butchers standing there, 22s. 5d.
From tolls on ships, 10d. From carts, 5s. 10d. Total 36s. 4d.

54. Receipts, Saturday before the feast of Michaelmas [27 September].
From the rents of the Stocks, namely from the fishmongers standing within and without, 7s. 3d. From the butchers standing there, 22s. 5d.
From tolls on ships, 11d. From carts, 7s. 2d. Item received from John Leveryngton as a fine for a certain shop on the Bridge which Nicholas Braundeston lately held, 6s. 8d. Total 44s. 5d.

55. Sum of all the moneys received in the aforesaid parcels, £136 11s. 6d. [sic]

56. [m. 6] Expenses, Saturday after the feast of St Michael [5 October 1381].
In the wages of 5 chaplains celebrating in the chapel on the bridge, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the drawbridge [pontis vertibil], 20d. Item in the wages of 6 carpenters, 22s. 1d. Item in the wages of 4 masons, 14s. 3d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 1 servant [garcionis], 2s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen [tidemannorum] working at the Ram for 6 hours, 32s. Item paid to a certain mason hired for 3 days, 12½d. Item paid for binding 3 barrels and 1 tine, 10d. Item paid for 1 boatload of ragstone [Rag'], 18s. Item paid for 1 boatload of chalk [calc'], 9s. Item paid for 1 horse hired to draw the Bridge House cart for 1 week, 12d. Total £6 18s. 7d. [sic; recte £6 17s. 9d.]

57. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of the Translation of St Edward King and Confessor [12 October].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 6 carpenters, 22s. 1d. Item in the wages of 5 masons, 18s. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 5 hours, 26s. 8d. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid for 1 boatload of ragstone bought, 15s. Item paid to 3 tilers and their 3 servants for 6 days, taking between them 3s. the day, 18s. Item paid to another tiler for himself for 6 days, taking 7d. the day, 3s. 6d. Item paid for 1 gallon of tallow [pinguedinis] bought to grease the blade [swerdo], (fn. 3) 8d. Item paid for 1 new axe bought and for steeling another axe 4s. Item paid for 1 horse hired for 1 week, 12d. Total £7 10s. 5½d. [sic; recte £7 10s. 4½d.]

58. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of St Luke the Evangelist [19 October].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 6 carpenters, 22s 1d. Item in the wages of 5 masons, 18s. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 4 hours, 21s. 4d. Item paid for 4 tilers and their servants for 5 days, 20s. Item paid for 1 boatload of chalk, 9s. Item paid for 2½ hundred[weight] of lime [calc'ust'], at 6s. the hundred, 15s. Item paid for 1 horse hired for 1 week, 12d. Total £7 7s. 11½d.

59. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of the Apostles Simon and Jude [26 October].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 6 carpenters, 22s. 1d. Item in the wages of 5 masons, 18s. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 4 hours, 21s. 4d. Item paid for 8 cartloads of sand [zabuli] at 3½d. the cartload, 2s. 4d. Item paid for 1 horse hired for 1 week, 12d. Item paid to 4 tilers and their servants for 6 days, 24s. Item paid for 30,000 tylepynnes 3s. 9d. Item paid for 25 hollow [concav'] tiles, 20d. Item paid for straw bought for the dauber, 21d. Item paid for 5,800 tiles at 6s. 4d. the thousand, 36s. 9d. Total £8 14s. 2½d. [sic; recte £8 13s. 2½d.]

60. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of All Saints [2 November].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 6 carpenters, 22s. 1d. Item in the wages of 5 masons, 18s. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 2 hours, 10s. 8d. Item paid for 2 skins of parchment, 6d. Item paid for incense bought, 2d. Item paid for 1 boatload of chalk bought, 9s. Item paid for 48 rings and 48 latches with fittings bought for doors, 14s. Item paid for 1 pr. wheels, 4s. 6d. Item paid for oil and varnish bought for the new shops built in Fenchurch Street, 11s. Item paid to 1 dauber in payment [rowardo] of his contract for daubing the said shops, 13s. 4d. Item paid for hollow tiles [holwtyles] called Creestis, 3s. 4d. Total £7 8s. 2d. [sic; recte £7 8s. 1½d.]

61. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of St Leonard Abbot [9 November]. In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 6 carpenters, 22s. 1d. Item in the wages of 5 masons, 18s. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 5 hours, 26s. 8d. Item paid for 2 boatloads of chalk, 17s. Item paid for 1 hundred[weight] of lime, 6s. Item paid to 1 tiler and his servant for 4 days, 4s. Item paid for 3,000 tilepins, 4½d. Item paid for 9 cartloads of clay [argill'], 22d. Item paid for various nails bought for the new houses at Fenchurch at various times, £4 13s. 10d. Total £11 11s. 4d.

62. Expenses, Saturday the feast of St Edmund Archbishop of Canterbury [16 November].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 6 carpenters, 22s. 1d. Item in the wages of 5 masons, 18s. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 3 hours, 16s. Item paid for 10 cartloads of freestone bought from William Robekyn, at 5s. the cartload, 50s. Total £7 7s. 7½d.

63. Expenses, Saturday the feast of St Clement [23 November].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 6 carpenters, 22s. 1d. Item in the wages of 5 masons, 18s. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid to 3 tilers and their 3 servants for 6 days, 18s. Item paid for 3,000 tilepins, 12d. Item paid for roofing a certain house at the Lock [le Loke], 3s. 11d. Item paid for 1 horse bought for the Bridge House cart, 60s. Item paid for 4 oars bought for the Bridge House boat, 4s. 8d. Item paid to a certain carpenter for making various works of carpentry in the Bridge's rents at Fenchurch, according to the contract made with him, 6s. 8d. Item paid for 1 boatload of chalk, 8s. 6d. Total £9 22½d. [sic; recte £9 4s. 4½d.]

64. Expenses, Saturday the feast of St Clement [sic. but recte the feast of St Andrew the Apostle, 30 November].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 6 carpenters, 22s. 1d. Item in the wages of 5 masons, 18s. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d.
Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid to 2 tilers and their 2 servants for 4 days, 8s. Item paid for 4,000 tilepins, 6d. Item paid for 20 roof tiles, 20d. Total £4 11s. 9½d.

65. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of the Conception of the Blessed Mary [7 December].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 7 carpenters, 25s. 10d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 4d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid for 1 skin of parchment, 3d. Item paid for mending the surplices of the chapel, 2d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 4 hours, 21s. 4d. Item paid for 1 sieve [cribro] and 1 tray [trey], 9d. Item paid for a hundred[weight] of lime, 6s. Item paid for hinges, hooks, and other ironwork bought for the new houses at Fenchurch, weighing 684 lb., at 2d. the lb., 114s. Item paid for 2 new surplices bought for the chapel, including making them, 12s. Item paid to 2 tilers and their 2 servants for 4 days, 8s. Item paid for 18,000 transom-nails [transsaynnayl] bought for the aforesaid new houses, at 10½d. the thousand, 15s. 9d. Item paid for 4,000 other nails, 12s. Item paid for 13 cartloads of timber at 5s. 6d. the cartload, 71s. 6d. Total £17 10s. 5½d.

66. [m. 7] Expenses, Saturday [after] the feast of St Lucy the Virgin [14 December].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 7 carpenters, 27s. 10d. [sic] Item in the wages of 7 masons, 24s. 8d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 2 hours, 10s. 8d. Item paid for washing the surplices and towels of the chapel, 8d. Item paid for 40 cartloads of sand, at 3d. the cartload, and for 84 [sic] cartloads of loam [Lom] bought, at 2d. the cartload, 25s. 8d. Item paid for a hundred[weight] of lime, 6s. Item paid to 2 tilers and their 2 servants for 6 days, 12s. Item paid for 13 hollow tiles, 10d. Item paid for 2,000 tilepins, 3d. Item paid for 2 prs. wheels bought, 8s. Total £7 18s. 1½d. [sic]

67. Expenses, Saturday the feast of St Thomas the Apostle [21 December].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item to them for offerings [pro oblacionibus], 5s. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to him for an offering [pro oblac'], 8d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item to him for an offering, 6d. Item in the wages of 7 carpenters, 25s. 10d. Item in the wages of 7 masons, 24s. 8d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of another servant for 5½ days, 22d. Item in the wages of 1 mason for 3 days, 22½d. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 3 hours, 16s. Item paid for iron staples and hooks weighing 62 lb., at 2d. the lb., 10s. 4d. Item paid for straw bought for the dauber, 4d. Item paid to 1 servant for 1 day, 4d. Item paid for mats bought for the chapel, 8d. Item paid to the master carpenter and master mason for their quarterage, 10s. Item to them for an offering, 2s. Item paid to 5 carpenters after the master, for an offering, 8d. to each, 3s. 4d. Item paid to 5 masons after the master, for an offering, 8d. to each, 3s. 4d. Item paid to 2 sawyers for offerings, 16d. Item paid to the cook for an offering, 6d. Item paid to the carter for his quarterage, 10d. Item paid to the clerk writing this account, for his quarterage, 6s. 8d. Item paid to 2 tilers and their 2 servants for 5 days, 10s. Item paid to another tiler and his servant for 1 day, 12d. Item paid for 1,000 tilepins, 1½d. Item paid for 17½ hundred[weight] of lime, at 6s. the hundred, 105s. Item paid for 1 boatload of ragstone, 18s. Item paid for 16,000 sprignails [sprig] bought, at 9d. the thousand, 12s. Item paid for 7 cartloads of freestone, at 5s. the cartload, 35s. Item paid for battering the tools of the Bridge House masons, 2s. 11d. Total £16 12s. 7½d.

68. Expenses, Saturday after Christmas [28 December].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 7 carpenters for 1½ days, 6s. 5d. Item in the wages of 6 masons for 1½ days, 5s. 6d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers for 1½ days, 21d. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants for 1½ days, 12d. Item paid to 3 tilers and their 2 servants for 1 day, 2s. 7d. Item paid for incense bought, 2d. Item paid for brooms [scop] bought, 1d. Item paid for 13 hollow tiles bought, 10d. Item paid to 1 paviour for 1½ days, 10d. Item paid to 1 dauber and his servant for 1½ days, 13½d. Item paid for 1 cartload of sand, 4d. Item for 1,000 tilepins, 1½d. Total 43s. 5½d.

69. Expenses, Saturday before Epiphany [4 January 1382].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid for farriery for the Bridge House horses for the past quarter, 6s. 3d. Item paid for a hundred[weight] of lime bought, 6s. Total 105s. 1½d.

70. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of St Hilary the Bishop [11 January].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 1 mason by himself, 2s. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid for straw bought for daubing, 4d. Item paid for 1 boatload of ragstone, 18s. Total 115s. 2½d.

71. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of St Wulfstan Bishop and Confessor [18 January].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid for straw bought for daubing, 6d. Total £4 14s. 10½d. [sic; recte £4 15s. 4½d.]

72. Expenses, Saturday the feast of the Conversion of St Paul [25 January].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid for 2 shovels without iron edges [tribul' sine ferr'], 4d. Item paid to 1 servant hired for 2 days, 8d. Item paid for 63 cartloads of clay at 2d. the cartload, 10s. 6d. Item paid for 13 cartloads of sand bought, at 3d. the cartload, 3s. 3d. Item paid for one new axle-tree [Extree] bought for the Bridge House cart, including making it, 14d. Item paid for 1 boatload of ragstone bought, 18s. Total £6 8s. 3½d.

73. Expenses, Saturday the eve of the Purification of the Blessed Mary [1 February].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 1 tiler and his servant for 5 days, 5s. Item paid for a hundred[weight] of lime bought, 6s. Item paid for 1 boatload of ragstone, 15s. Total £6 4½d.

74. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of St Agatha the Virgin [8 February].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 5 servants, 10s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid to 2 tilers and 1 servant for 4 days, 6s. 4d. Item for 1 new bowl [bolle]. 7d. Item paid for 2 carpenters called Shipwrightes working on a new boat for 6 days, to each of them 8d. per day, 8s. Item for 2 other shipwrights working on the said boat for 6 days, each taking 7d. per day, 7s. Item paid for 80 ft. of Kent paving stone [Pavemenston] bought, 6s. 8d. Item paid for 23 ft. of steps of the same stone, at 4d. [sic] the ft., 5s. 9d. Item paid for 15,000 Flanders tiles bought, at 5s. 4d. the thousand, £4. Item paid for 3 cartloads of sand, 9d. Item paid for 3,900 Flanders tiles, at 4s. 10d. the thousand, 18s. 11d. Total £11 12s. 10½d.

75. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of St Valentine [15 February].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 4 servants, 8s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid for one piece of curved timber for 2 stems [stampnes], to make a new boat out of, 15d. Item paid to 2 carpenters called shipwrightes working on the said boat for 6 days, 8s. Item to 2 other shipwrights working on the said boat for that time, 7s. Item paid for 125 ft. of hard Kent stone, at 10s. the hundred, 12s. 6d. Item paid for 5 cartloads of daub [luto], 15d. Item paid for the cost of 4 horses at Petersham, carrying piles to the waterside, 5s. 4d. Item paid for wiveling [Wyuelyngge] bought for the aforesaid boat, 15d. Item paid to 2 tilers and their 2 servants for 6 days, 12s. Item paid for 10,000 tilepins, 15d. Total £7 6s. 8½d.

76. [m. 8] Expenses, Saturday the feast of St Peter in Cathedra [22 February].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 4 servants, 8s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid to 2 tilers and their 2 servants for 6 days, 12s. Item paid for 6,000 tilepins, 9d. Item paid to 2 shipwrights working on the aforesaid boat for 4 days, to each 8d. per day, 5s. 4d. Item paid to 2 other shipwrights working on the same boat for 4 days, each taking 7d. per day, 4s. 8d. Item paid for a thousand[weight] of lime, at 6s. the hundred, 60s. Total £8 19s. 7½d.

77. Expenses, Saturday the first day of March. In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid to 1 tiler and his servant for 3 days, 3s. Item paid to 4 shipwrights working on the aforesaid boat for 6 days, 15s. Total 112s. 10½d. [sic; recte 113s. ½d.]

78. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of St Gregory the Pope [8 March].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid to 4 shipwrights working on the aforesaid boat for 6 days, 15s. Item paid for 60 elms bought from Chertsey Abbey, at 2s. 6d. each, £10 10s. [sic; recte £7 10s.]. Item paid for the carriage by water of all the said elms from Petersham to the Bridge House, 67s. 10d. Item paid for 5,000 laths bought, 31s. Item paid for various nails bought, 53s. Item paid to 2 tilers and their 2 servants for 6 days, 12s. Item paid for 400 wainscot [weynscot] bought, at 18s. 6d. the hundred, 74s. Item paid for 1 barrel of pitch bought, 3s. Item paid for 4 gallons of tar, 16d. Item paid for straw bought for daubing, 2d. Item paid for nails bought of William Bys, 6s. 5d. Total £25 6s. 7½d. [sic; it is correct if the price of the elms is corrected]

79. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of St Gregory the Pope [15 March].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid to 2 tilers and their 2 servants for 6 days, 12s. Item paid to 4 shipwrights working on the aforesaid boat for 6 days, 15s. Item paid for 2,000 laths bought, 14s. Item paid for 300 trenails [cauill' lign'] for the said boat, 3s. Item paid for 4 pieces of curved timber bought to make the knees [genibus] of the said boat, 16d. Item paid for other timber bought for the said boat, 4s. Item paid for oil and rosin bought for the said boat, 2s. 1d. Item paid for a hundred[weight] of lime, 6s. Item paid for mending 1 saddle [for the] Bridge House cart, 6d. Item paid for 1,000 clench nails [clenchnayl] bought for the said boat, 15s. Item paid for 300 spike nails [spikyng'] bought for the said boat, 2s. 3d. Item paid for 1 great iron binding tie [nagna [sic] ligatur' ferri] for the said boat, weighing 38 lb., at 2d. the lb., 6s. 4d. Item paid for one boatload of chalk, 8s. Item paid to various labourers hired to unload piles from the boat at the Bridge House, 16d. Total £9 5s. 8d. [sic; recte £9 5s. 8½d.]

80. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of St Cuthbert [22 March].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid for tallow bought to grease the blade at the Ram, 12d. Item paid to 2 tilers and their 2 servants for 6 days, 12s. Item paid for 1 cartload of timber bought of John Samewell, 6s. Total 113s. 10½d.

81. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary [29 March].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid to 1 tiler and his servant for 5 days, 5s. Item paid for 136 ft. of paving stone bought, 12s. 6d. Item paid for washing the surplices of the chapel, 7d. Item paid for a hundred[weight] of lime, 6s. Item paid for 1 pr. wheels bought, 5s. Total £6 3s. 11½d.

82. Expenses, Saturday the eve of Easter [5 April].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item to them for an offering, 5s. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to him for an offering, 8d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item to him for an offering, 6d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item to the master carpenter and the master mason for their quarterage, 10s. Item to them for an offering, 2s. Item paid to 7 carpenters after the master for an offering, 8d. to each, 4s. 8d. Item paid to 5 masons after the master for an offering, 8d. to each, 3s. 4d. Item paid to 2 sawyers for an offering, 16d. Item paid to the cook for an offering, 6d. Item paid to the clerk writing this account, for his quarterage, 6s. 8d. Item paid for 1 skin of parchment, 3d. Item paid for incense bought for the chapel, 3d. Item paid to the carter for his quarterage, 10d. Item paid to 1 tiler and his servant for 5 days, 5s. Item paid for battering the masons' tools for the past quarter, 3s. 10d. Total £6 19s. 6½d. [sic; recte £6 19s. 8½d.]

83. Expenses, Saturday in the week of Easter [12 April].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 7 carpenters for 3 days, 12s. 11d. Item in the wages of 6 masons for 3 days, 10s. 10d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers for 3 days, 3s. 6d. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants for 3 days, 3s. Item paid for 12 new locks with keys bought, 4s. Item paid to 1 paviour for 3 days, 20d. Item paid to 1 dauber and his servant for 3 days, 2s. 4d. [sic]. Item paid to 1 tiler and his servant for 3 days, 3s. Item paid for 6,000 tilepins, at 1½d. the thousand, 2s. [sic]. Item paid for 1 boatload of chalk, 9s. Item paid for 3 hoops of wood bought for 1 barrel, 2d. Item paid for farriery for the Bridge House horses for the past quarter, 6s. 9d. Item paid for 1 latten pulley [polyne de laton'] weighing 55 lb., bought for a portcullis in the stone gate on the bridge, at 3d. the lb., 13s. 9d. Total £4 15s. 8d.

84. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of St Gregory [sic, recte St George, 19 April].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 5 masons, 18s. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 1 tiler and his servant for 6 days, 6s. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 5 hours, 26s. 8d. Total £6 3s. 9½d.

85. [m. 9] Expenses, Saturday after the feast of St Mark the Evangelist [26 April].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 6 hours, 32s. Item paid for brooms bought for cleaning the starlings [lez Stathelynges] under the bridge, 3d. Item paid for a hundred[weight] of lime, 6s. Item paid for 3 curried horsehides bought for making blades [swerdes], 5s. 8d. Item paid for mending and repairing the vines in the garden of the Bridge House, 2s. Item paid to 3 tilers and their 3 servants for 5 days, 15s. Item paid for various locks with keys to them bought for various rents of the Bridge, 38s. 1d. Total £9 13s. 10½d.

86. Expenses, Saturday the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross [3 May].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 2 hours, 10s. 8d. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item paid for 10,000 tilepins, 15d. Item paid for 4 pieces of timber bought of John Samewell, 16s. Item paid for 1,000 laths bought, 7s. Item paid for 1 boatload of chalk, 9s. Item paid to Gilbert Melchebourne and Thomas Skelton, men of law, for prosecuting a plea against John Denver for quit-rent owed to the Bridge, 13s. 4d. Item paid to 2 tilers and their 2 servants for 3 days, 6s. Total £7 18s. 1½d.

87. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of St John at the Latin Gate [10 May].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 10 hours, 53s. 4d. Item paid to 1 tiler and his servant for 6 days, 6s. Item paid for 1 boatload of chalk, 8s. Item paid for 1 pr. wheels bought, 5s. Item paid for 1 curried horsehide bought to repair the blade [swerd] for the Ram, 2s. 4d. Total £8 9s. 6½d.

88. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of St Dunstan [17 May].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 5 masons, 18s. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 4 hours, 21s. 4d. Item paid to 2 tilers and their 2 servants for 4 days, 8s. Item paid to 1 servant hired for 1 day, 4d. Item paid for 1 boatload [sic], 8s. Total £6 8s. 9½d.

89. Expenses, Saturday the eve of Pentecost [24 May].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 8 hours, 42s. 8d. Item paid to mend 1 axe of the Bridge House, 8d. Item in the wages of 1 tiler and his servant for 6 days, 6s. Item paid for 15 roof tiles [roftyles], 16d. Item paid for 100 elms bought of Matthew Langrich, at 22d. each, £9 3s. 4d. Total £16 8s. 10½d.

90. Expenses, Saturday in the week of Pentecost [31 May].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 6 carpenters for 3 days, 11s. ½d. [sic] Item in the wages of 5 masons for 3 days, 9s. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers for 3 days, 3s. 6d. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants for 3 days, 4s. [sic]. Item in the wages of 1 paviour for 3 days, 20d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 2s. 3d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 2 hours, 10s. 8d. Item paid for 1 cartload of freestone bought, 5s. Item paid for 25 large pieces of timber called somers [Sumeres], bought of Richard Turner according to the contract in gross made with him, £18 13s. 4d. Total £22 14d.

91. Expenses, Saturday the feast of St Wulfstan [7 June].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 2d. [sic]. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 6 hours, 32s. Item paid for incense bought for the chapel, 2d. Item paid for 48 hurdles bought to make scaffolds, 12s. Item paid for 1 boatload of ragstone bought, 19s. Item paid for 2 pieces of timber bought from John Samewell, 2s. Item paid for 20,000 tiles bought from John Coy, at 6s. the thousand, £6. Item paid for 21,000 [sic] tiles bought from John Pope of Colchester, at 5s. 4d. the thousand, 114s. 8d. Total £19 14s. 5½d. [sic; recte £19 14s. 3½d.]

92. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of St Barnabas the Apostle [14 June].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 5 hours, 26s. 8d. Item paid for a hundred[weight] of lime bought, 6s. Item paid for 1 boatload of chalk, 8s. Item paid for half a hundred withies, 4d. Item paid for 1 new vestment bought for the chapel for holidays, 25s. 8d. Item paid for 2 new surplices, 13s. 4d. Total £8 18d. [sic; recte £8 14s. 10d.]

93. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist [21 June].
In the wages of 5 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 7 hours, 37s. 4d. Item paid for 1 boatload of ragstone bought, 17s. Item paid to the master carpenter and master mason for their quarterage, 10s. Item paid to the clerk writing this account for his quarterage, 6s. 8d. Item paid to the carter for his quarterage, 10d. Item paid for 2 iron linch-pins and for 100 clout nails [cloutnayl] bought, 8d. Item paid to 6 carpenters for thighboots [ocreis] called Bothes, 4s. to each, 24s. Item paid to 2 sawyers for thighboots, 8s. Item paid to 4 masons for thighboots, 16s. Item paid for 2 other masons and one paviour for thighboots, 2s. to each, 6s. Total £11 16½d. [sic; recte £10 17s. 4½d.]

94. [m. 10] Expenses, Saturday the eve of the Apostles Peter and Paul [28 June].
In the wages of 4 chaplains, 9s. 2d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 4 hours, 21s. 4d. Item in the wages of 2 tilers and their 2 servants for 5 days, 10s. Item paid for 2,000 tilepins, 3d. Item paid for a hundred[weight] of lime, 6s. Item paid for 1 boatload of chalk, 7s. Item paid for 1 tubbe bought, 5d. Item paid for withies bought for tying scaffolds, 4d. Item paid for 354 lb. of cords, at 1½d. and 1¼d. the lb., 40s. 6d. Item paid for farriery for the Bridge House horses for the term of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, 5s. 11d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Total £9 4s. 4d.

95. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of the Translation of St Thomas the Martyr [5 July].
In the wages of 4 chaplains, 11s. 5½d. [sic] Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of the paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 6 hours, 32s. Item in the wages of 2 tilers and their servants for 6 days, 12s. Item paid for brooms bought to clean the starlings, 3d. Item paid to Gilbert Melchebourne for his fees for the term of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, 6s. 8d. Item paid for 29 tunne tyght of Northeneston bought from Robert Gameleston, at 9s. the tontight including freight, £13 12d. Item paid for 42 ft. of Portland stone bought, at 6d. the ft., 21s. Item paid for 2 ells of blue-dyed linen cloth to cover the counting-board, 20d. Total £21 7s. 2d. [sic; recte £21 9s. 5½d.]

96. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of the Translation of St Swithin [12 July].
In the wages of 4 chaplains, 9s. 2d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 6 hours, 32s. Item paid for 1 skin of parchment bought, 3d. Item paid for 2 cartloads of timber bought for the works of the Bridge, 12s. Item paid to 1 tiler and his servant for 4 days, 4s. Item paid for cleaning a certain latrine in the Bridge's rents in Old Change, 16s. 8d. Total £7 17s. 6d.

97. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of St Margaret [19 July].
In the wages of 4 chaplains, 9s. 2d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 5 hours, 26s. 8d. Item paid to a certain man for 2 charters of quit-rent belonging to London Bridge, 3s. 4d. Item paid for various nails bought for the work of the Bridge, £4 13s. 10d. Item paid for 2 boatloads of chalk, 18s. Total £11 14s. 5d.

98. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of St James the Apostle [26 July].
In the wages of 3 chaplains, 6s. 10½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d.
Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 5 hours, 26s. 8d. Item paid for 1½ gallons of tallow bought to grease the blade [swerdo] of the Ram, 12d. Item paid for steeling 1 auger [nauegore], 4d. Item paid for various nails bought, 38s. 5½d. Item paid for 4 ells of wadmal [Wadmol] to cover the collars of the Bridge's horses, 2s. Item paid for 500 lb. of worked iron, at 2d. the lb., £4 3s. 4d. Total £12 1d. [sic; recte £12 2s. 1d.]

99. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of St Peter ad Vincula [2 August].
In the wages of 3 chaplains, 6s. 10½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 22d. [sic]. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 4 hours, 21s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 tiler and his servant for 1 day, 12d. Item paid for 2 oars bought for the Bridge House boat, 2s. 4d. Item paid for mowing 27 acres of meadow, at 10d. the acre, 22s. 6d. Item paid for turning, gathering and taking up all the hay from the said 27 acres of meadow, 29s. 8d. Total £8 7s. 5d. [sic; recte £8 7s. 1½d.]

100. Expenses, Saturday the eve of St Lawrence [9 August].
In the wages of 4 chaplains, 9s. 2d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 1 tiler and his servant for 2 days, 2s. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 8 hours, 42s. 8d. Item paid for 2 iron ladles [ladelys] bought for the masons of the Bridge House, 3s. 4d. Item paid for 6 skins of parchment bought, 18d. Item paid 1 mason for mending a well at St Nicholas Shambles, 14s. 6s. [sic]. Total £7 16s. 7d.

101. Expenses, Saturday after the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Mary [16 August].
In the wages of 4 chaplains, 9s. 2d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 3 hours, 16s. Item paid for a hundred[weight] of lime bought, 6s. Item paid for 48 cartloads of timber bought from John Horn, at 7s. the cartload, £16 16s. Total £22 10s. 7d.

102. Expenses, Saturday the eve of St Bartholomew [23 August].
In the wages of 4 chaplains, 9s. 2d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 6 hours, 32s. Item paid for tallow bought to grease the blade, 4d. Item paid for brooms bought to clean the starlings, 3d. Item paid [for] iron cart clouts [Cartecloutes] bought for the Bridge House cart, 11d. Item paid for 1 new tine bought, 16d. Item paid to 1 carter for taking away a large quantity of rubbish from a certain house in Old Change, according to the contract in gross made with him, 6s. Item paid to 2 labourers hired for 1 day, 10d. Item paid for a certain quantity of timber bought in gross from John Samewell, £4 3s. 4d. Item paid for 100 pieces of plankboard [Plaunchisbord] bought from Richard de Kent, 19s. 10d. Item paid for 200 roof tiles, 7s. Item paid for 1 last and 9 barrels of pitch bought for the work of the Bridge masons, at 28s. the last, 49s. Total £14 13s. 5d.

103. [m. 11] Expenses, Saturday after the feast of the Decollation of St John the Baptist [30 August].
In the wages of 4 chaplains, 9s. 2d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 3 servants, 6s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 5 hours, 26s. 8d. Item in the wages of 1 tiler and his servant for 6 days, 6s. Item paid for 20,000 tilepins, 2s. 6d. Item paid for 20,000 tiles bought, at 5s. 6d. the thousand, 110s. Item paid for a great boatload of ragstone bought, 24s. Item paid for another boatload of ragstone, 22s. Item paid for 1 boatload of chalk, 9s. Total £14 12s. 9d.

104. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary [6 September].
In the wages of 4 chaplains, 9s. 2d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 6 hours, 32s. Item paid for 1 boatload of chalk, 8s. 6d. Item paid for 1 pr. wheels bought, 5s. Total £6 16s. 1d.

105. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross [13 September].
In the wages of 4 chaplains, 9s. 2d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 5 hours, 26s. 8d. Item paid for 14 shovels without iron edges, 23d. Item paid for incense bought, 2d. Item paid to a certain carter for taking away 13 cartloads of rubbish from a certain tenement in Friday Street, 22½d. Item paid for 1 new adze [adeze] bought for the waterworks under the bridge, 2s. 6d. Item paid for mending 1 axe [cecuri] for the same work, 16d. Item paid for 1 boatload of ragstone, 20s. Total £7 5s. ½d.

106. Expenses, Saturday the eve of St Matthew Apostle and Evangelist [20 September].
In the wages of 4 chaplains, 9s. 2d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 5 hours, 26s. 8d. Item in the wages of 1 tiler and his servant for 6 days, 6s. Item in the wages of another tiler and his servant for 1 day, 12d. Item paid to 1 servant hired for 5 hours [sic] to clear [riddand'] stones under the bridge, 15d. Item paid for 1 boatload of ragstone, 16s. Total £7 18d.

107. Expenses, Saturday before the feast of St Michael [27 September].
In the wages of 3 chaplains, 6s. 10½d. Item in bread and wine, 3d. Item to the clerk of the chapel, 15d. Item to the clerk of the bridge, 20d. Item in the wages of 8 carpenters, 29s. 7d. Item in the wages of 6 masons, 21s. 9d. Item in the wages of 2 sawyers, 7s. Item in the wages of the boatman, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the cook and dogs, 2s. 6d. Item in the wages of the carter, 22d. Item in the horses' fodder, 15d. Item in the wages of 2 servants, 4s. Item in the wages of 1 paviour, 3s. 4d. Item in the wages of 1 dauber and his servant, 4s. 6d. Item in the wages of 21 tidemen working at the Ram for 5 hours, 26s. 8d. Item paid to the master carpenter and the master mason for their quarterage, 10s. Item paid to the clerk writing this account for his quarterage, 6s. 8d. Item paid for 3½ hundreds of reeds bought, at 2s. the hundred, 7s. Item paid for 6 cartloads of freestone, at 5s. the cartload, 30s. Item paid for 1 boatload [sic], 8s. Item paid for a quantity of chalk bought from William Bys, 6s. Item paid for 6½ hundred[weight] of lime [lym] at 6s. the hundred, 39s. Item paid to Thomas Bryel carpenter for making a new fulling mill at Stratford called Spylemannesmell, and for supplying the timber for the mill, including carriage, from the contract in gross made with him, £50. Item paid to 1 tiler and his servant for 6 days, 6s. Item paid for carrying 2 cartloads of timber and 1 cartload of tiles from the Bridge House to Friday Street, 21d. Item paid to 1 carpenter hired to fell elms at Waltham for 5 days, 2s. 11d. Item paid for battering the tools of the Bridge House masons for the past 3 quarters, 9s. Item paid for 34 weys of new lead bought for the new houses in Fenchurch Street, and for other houses in the Bridge's rents at various times for the whole year past, at 13s. the wey, £22 2s. Item paid to Richard atte Moore of Stratford for cleaning the ponds of the aforesaid mill, and for digging and ramming the earthworks of the same mill, according to the contract in gross, £8. Item paid for 42 hurdles bought for weirs [wares] in the ponds to stop the water, 10s. 6d. Item paid for timber bought to make the same weirs, 5s. Item paid for 1 piece of curved timber bought, 4s. Item paid for 142 lb. of cords bought, at 1½d. and 1¼d. the lb., 16s. ½d. Item paid for 126½lb. of wrought iron, at 2d. the lb., 17s. 8d. Item paid for 65½ lb. new wax bought for the chapel for the whole year past, at 6d. the lb. including making it, 32s. Item paid for 13 gallons of oil bought for the chapel, at 16d. the gallon, 17s. 4d. Item paid for 2,400 laths, at 7s. the thousand, 16s. 9½d. Item paid for farriery for the Bridge House horses for the quarter, 7s. 7d. Item paid for taking away rubbish from a certain tenement in Old Change, 3s. Item paid for 2 boatloads of ragstone, 36s. 4d. Total £100 10s. 4½d. [sic; recte £100 8s. 11½d.]

108. Sum total of the expenses, £603 9s. 8½d.

Footnotes

1 Much of the editorial insertion in 1, 2, is from T.A.M. Bishop's translation (MS in CLRO). He could apparently read parts now illegible to the naked eye.
2 Almost the whole of this side of the membrane is now illegible to the naked eye.
3 Apparently the striking part of the ram or pile-driver: cf. 80, 87.