London Port Book, 1567-8
Nos. 1-99 (Sept - Nov, 1567)

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London Record Society

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Brian Dietz (editor)

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1972

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'London Port Book, 1567-8: Nos. 1-99 (Sept - Nov, 1567)', The port and trade of early Elizabethan London: documents (1972), pp. 1-14. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=35952 Date accessed: 17 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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LONDON PORT BOOK, 1567/8 (E. 190/4/2) A CALENDAR

1. Confidence of London (50) Richard Cornish of Ratcliff; La Rochelle

[f. 1] William Bulley: 30 weys great salt £30 (30 Sept 1567). William Catcher: 4 hhds 1 pipe train oil, 9 pcs resin £9.

2. Mary George of London (45) Robert Osburn; Rouen

[f. 1] Robert Broke: 35 cwt prunes, 7 cwt rosalger £31 10s (30 Sept 1567). Humphrey Brown: 220 reams paper, 7 grs crewel chain-lace, 2 grs inkhorns, 3½ grs looking glasses, 2 cwt loose pack thread, 1 grs wicker bottles £40 10s. Richard Patrik: 30 grs playing cards, 30 doz. woolcards, 6 grs inkhorns, 10 grs combs, 3 grs woollen-lace at 3s the gross £53 10s. William Handford: 30 grs playing cards, 100 reams paper £43 6s 8d. Nicholas Warner: 1100 ells canvas £27 10s. Oliver Fisher: 9 cwt prunes, 4 doz. chafing dishes £5 3s 4d (1 Oct). John Bodleygh: 1300 ells canvas £32 10s. Wolston Dixi: 850 ells canvas £21 5s. John Newton: 23 grs playing cards £23. Hugh Offley: 180 reams paper £24. Thomas Starkey: 800 ells canvas £20. John Wanton: 40 doz. woolcards £20 (2 Oct). William Body: 140 reams paper, 21 grs playing cards £39 13s 4d. Henry Buxton: 450 ells canvas, 4 doz. chafing dishes £12 11s 8d (4 Oct). John Clint: 160 reams paper £14 2s 6d. Henry Hayward: 1200 ells canvas £16 (8 Oct). Edmund Anselm: 20 thou. teazles £6 13s 4d. [f. 7b] Anthony Gamask: 1200 ells packing canvas £16.

3. Wildman of Hamburg (60) Christian Becker; Hamburg

[f. 1] Court Ellers: 6 lasts titlings £40 (30 Sept 1567). Otte Frolik: 2400 ells middlegood, 2 lasts croplings £40. Matthew Hope: 5 lasts croplings £33 6s 8d. Edward van Crog: 45 cwt cables £30 (1 Oct). George Lubkin: 1500 ells Osnabrücks, 2 cwt estrige wool £21 13s 4d (2 Oct). [f. 3] Jerome Rice: 5½ lasts croplings, 240 lings £44 13s 4d.

4. John of London (30) John Sherwood; Rouen

[f. 1] Humphrey Brown: 7 grs crewel chain-lace, 4¼ grs rings, 2 grs inkhorns, 1 cwt pack thread, 3½ grs looking glasses, 100 reams paper, 1 grs wicker rattles £19 10s (30 Sept 1567). John Bingley: 10 cases glass £10. Robert Sadler: 160 reams paper £21 6s 8d(1 Oct). John Harding: 800 ells canvas £20. Anthony Cage: 1200 ells canvas £30. [f. 3] Richard Hodchet: 2 tuns vinegar, 8 cwt prunes, 6 cases glass, 10 doz. wicker bottles, 12 hour glasses, 6 compasses, 12 lanterns, 6 grs playing cards, 1½ grs mattriss cards £23 13s 4d (2 Oct).

5. Unicorn of St. Omer (14) Marin Potawin; St. Omer

[f. 1b] John Atkinson: 3500 bunches onions £12 11s 8d(30 Sept 1567).

6. Star of London John Podge

[f. 1b] John Clint: 96 reams paper, 6 doz. coarse heath brushes £13 10s (30 Sept 1567).

7. Swan of Amsterdam (35) Jacob Tyser; Amsterdam

[f. 2] Edward van Crog: 550 wainscots £22 (1 Oct 1567).

8. Cloverblade of Hamburg (20) Cornilis Derikson; Hamburg

[f. 2] Edward van Crog: 650 wainscots £26 (1 Oct 1567).

9. Saviour of Aldeburgh (50) Thomas Beversam; La Rochelle

[f. 2] Thomas Beversam: 31 weys bay salt £31 (1 Oct 1567).

10. Falcon of Bergen-op-Zoom Adrian Williamson; Bergen-op-Zoom

[f. 2] Joan Bower: 2 lasts rape oil £32 (1 Oct 1567). George Stockmed: 11 cwt flax, 2 lasts rape oil £43. Ancelm Becket: 6¼ cwt flax £6 5s (2 Oct). William Hobs: 1 last rape oil, 21 cwt flax £37. John Boylson: 10 cwt flax £10 (4 Oct). Reynold Starkey: 14 cwt oakum £3 10s. [f. 6] William Hewet: 6 cwt flax £6 (6 Oct).

11. Samson of Bruges (45) Marten Fryse; Bruges

[f. 2] Richard Renolds: 26 lbs Paris silk, 2 doz. purse rings £8 15s (1 Oct 1567).

12. James of Rouen (20) Cornilis Cok; Rouen

[f. 2] John Bodleygh: 1500 ells canvas £37 10s (1 Oct 1567). William Bond: 34 cwt prunes £17 (2 Oct). [f. 3] John Bingley: 10 cases glass £10 (3 Oct).

13. Seahen of Amsterdam (80) Gortik de Frise; Danzig

[f. 2b] William Cokin: 5 lasts pitch £10 (2 Oct 1567). Richard Gourney: 6 packs flax £48 (4 Oct). [f. 6b] William James: 10 lasts pitch £20 (6 Oct).

14. Bonadventure of Antwerp (18) Anthony Joyson; Antwerp

[f. 2b] John Jackman: 6 cwt hops £3 (2 Oct 1567). Edward Jackman: 10 cwt hops £5. William Coles: 34 cwt hops £17. [f. 3b] John Colmer: 16 cwt hops £8 (3 Oct).

15. Anne of Antwerp (46) Barthel Paules; Antwerp

[f. 2b] John Jackman: 30 cwt hops £15 (2 Oct 1567). William Coles: 12 cwt hops £6. John Spencer: 10 cwt hops £5 (3 Oct). Humphrey Fairfax: 60 cwt hops £30. Richard Howlet: 7 brls rape oil £9 6s 8d. William Cokin: 18 timber untawed mink £36 (4 Oct). Thomas Thorp: 6 cwt hops £3. [f. 7] Robert Taylor: 4 cwt hops £2 (7 Oct).

16. Spledegle of Antwerp (40) Barnard Peters

[f. 2b] George Lubkin: 1500 ells Osnabrücks £20 (2 Oct 1567).

17. Saviour of Aldeburgh (50) Thomas Leverson; Aldeburgh [sic] (fn. 1)

[f. 3] Francis Wight: 40 doz. goatskins £40 (2 Oct 1567).

18. Lion of Lee (60) John Boner; Antwerp

[f. 3] William Hewet: 14 cwt estrige wool £11 13s 4d (3 Oct 1567). John Spencer: 220 lbs pepper £18 6s 8d. George Breame: 10 cwt battery £20. Edward Jackman: 650 lbs pepper £54 3s 4d. Edmund Burton: 3 half-brls head nails, 5 cwt frying pans, 24 doz. coarse sword blades, 7 cwt white plates, 12 hd 'stass' steel, 3 cwt pack thread, 60 lbs clavichord wire, 2 grs carving tools, 1 grs horse bells, 4 doz. dog chains, 6 grs paper buckles £34 3s 4d. Anthony Warffild: 36 cwt liquorice, 150 lbs ginger £29 5s. Roger Warfild: 400 lbs matches, 150 lbs ginger £14 11s. John Alden: 15½ cwt galls £20 13s 4d (4 Oct). Alexander Sherington: 100 yds taffeta £33 6s 8d. Charles Bond: 6 cwt woad £4. George Collimore: 30 doz. lbs Bruges thread, 12 doz. lbs worsted yarn, 15 doz. lbs bottom thread £33. John Eliots: 16 doz. lbs Oudenaarde thread, 7 doz. lbs crewel, 3 doz. lbs inkle, 4 doz. crewel pieces, 6 doz. lbs bottom thread, 200 thimbles £21 16s 8d. Wolston Dixi: 25 pcs Ghentish cloth, 100 ells Bar canvas £32. John Car: 12 cwt latten wire, 36 doz. small candle plates at 6s 8d the doz., 2 doz. bed pans at 20s the doz. £39. Thomas Thorp: 6 cwt corn powder, 3 cwt hops £11 10s. Edward Bright: 36 cwt steel, 1 ton 13 cwt small square iron, 1 half-brl head nails, 1 half-brl small nails, 12 pair iron andirons, 12 pair tongs, 12 pair fireshovels £44 11s 8d. William Salkins: 17 cwt Cologne hemp £17. Roland Erlington: 35 doz. lbs Bruges thread, 6 doz. lbs bottom pack thread £24 10s. Thomas Gardyner: 18 cwt hops, 80 doz. hemp £19. John Boorne: 3 doz. crewel pieces, 1 doz. lbs coarse crewel, 2 grs thread points, 2 doz. lbs Bruges thread, 20 doz. yds Cyprus cotton, 10 doz. thou. pins £10 6s 8d (6 Oct). William Laire: 1 brl painter's oil, 2½ cwt brimstone £2 3s 4d. Edmund Smith: 2 bales Ulm fustian, 8 pcs say £38. John Isham: 28 pcs broad worsted £28. William Sherington: 56 cwt flax £37 6s 4d. Sir William Garet: 7 cwt latten basnets, 15 grs coarse knives, 1 cwt glass beads £37 10s. Henry Smith: 12 cwt latten wire £24. William Towerson: 190 ells wool tapestry, 320 ells hair tapestry £20 3s 4d. Gerson Hills: 7¾ cwt hemp £7 15s. Thomas Longston: 8 cwt rice, 500 lbs pepper £48. William Elkin: 1100 ells Osnabrücks, 330 ells white Hazebroucks, 200 stone pots £23 18s 4d. Thomas Aldersey: 250 ells sarcenet, 70 yds satin, 35 yds damask £84 8s 4d. John Gardner: 600 lbs pepper, 12 cwt red lead, 4 half-brls 4 firkins litmus, honey cost 10s, 6 cwt aniseed, 4 cwt starch £73 16s 8d. Ancelm Becket: 28 cwt madder £18 13s 4d. Thomas Gawdbie: 930 yds harnesdale cloth £37 5s. William Dauntzie: 44½ pcs Holland cloth £53 8s 4d (7 Oct). Robert Broune: 75 yds velvet £56 5s. Roger Warfilde: 150 lbs ginger £11 5s. Thomas Randall: 47 doz. yds Cyprus cotton £9 8s 4d. Richard Billam: 90 Turnhout ticks, 7 cwt hops £33 10s. William Gifford: 3 pcs stammel £30. Robert Taylor: 7½ cwt argol £8 11s 8d. Robert Turvill: 3 doz. pcs cap ribands £4 (8 Oct). Alice Lambert: 7 cwt rice £5 16s 8d. William Coles: 5 cwt sumach, 3 cwt litmus £4 16s 8d. John Jackman: 6 cwt sumach £4. Thomas Parker: 10 half-pcs broad dornick, 2 pcs colombet at 8s the pc, 6 doz. neckerchief bands at 3s the doz., 7 doz. coarse ruffs, 2 doz. 'hedlands', 26 lbs thread, 11 doz. lbs crewel £12 3s 4d. Edmund Hugin: 160 ells sarcenet £26 13s 4d. John Sutton: 1½ thou. dudgeon £7 10s (10 Oct). Robert Skarborrow: 40 pcs mockado £26 13s 4d (22 Oct). [f. 14b] Roger Warfilde: 1½ cwt gunpowder £2 10s.

19. Asse of Antwerp (40) Francis Peters; Antwerp

[f. 3b] John Jackman: 19 cwt hops £9 10s (3 Oct 1567). John Spencer: 13 cwt hops £6 10s. Humphrey Fairfax: 56 cwt hops £28. Richard Howlet: 2½ cwt saltpetre, 6 brls rape oil £12 3s 4d. William Coles: 10 cwt hops £5. Edward Jackman: 17 cwt hops £8 10s (4 Oct). John Colmer: 12 cwt hops £6. Thomas Longston: 6 cwt hops £3 (6 Oct). [f. 6b] Richard Grange: 50 fans £1 5s.

20. Fortune of Antwerp (50) John Dorne

[f. 3b] Humphrey Fairfax: 46 cwt hops £23 (3 Oct 1567). William Coles: 42 cwt hops £21. Hartik van Spreckleman: 2 packs flax £16. John Smith: 4 chests Rhenish glass £8 (4 Oct). [f. 6b] George Lubkin: 1500 ells Osnabrücks £20 (7 Oct).

21. Angell of Hamburg (60) Harman Bondman; Hamburg

[f. 4] Paul Tornull: 3 goshawks, 3 tercel-goshawks, 1 falcon, 3 tercel-gentle £7 13s 4d (3 Oct 1567). Alard Bartrinck: 1560 ells hinderlands £19 10s (6 Oct). Otte Frolik: 2640 ells middlegood, 3½ lasts croplings, 1 vat [sic] white Hamburg cloth £70 3s 4d. Matthew Hope: 4 lasts croplings £26 13s 4d. Court Ellers: 2160 ells hinderlands, 4 lasts titlings £40 6s 8d. Daniel van Eitson: 5 lasts croplings, 1 last titlings, 2160 ells hinderlands £63 13s 4d. George Lubkin: 1500 ells Osnabrücks £20 (7 Oct). John Miller: 480 ells middlegood £5 6s 8d. John Rainckin: 6 cwt feathers £9 (8 Oct). [f. 8b] George Gees: 2 packs flax £16 (9 Oct).

22. Nightingale of Amsterdam (30) John Garetson; Amsterdam

[f. 4] Richard Mouse: 3 lasts fish £18 (3 Oct 1567).

23. Jerusalem of Amsterdam (30) Jacob Garetson; Amsterdam

[f. 4] Richard Mouse: 5 lasts fish, 240 lings, 400 staplefish £44 (3 Oct 1567).

[f. 5b] John Violet: 1200 lings, 2 lasts fish £52 (6 Oct).

24. Sea Ridder of Amsterdam (30) Lorance Balle

[f. 4] Richard Lee: 2 packs flax, 2 lasts pitch £20 (4 Oct 1567). [f. 8] Matthew Colcloth: 10 lasts pitch, 135 bundles flax £27 17s (8 Oct).

25. Spledegle of Amsterdam (30) Peter Huick

[f. 4b] John Smyth: 4 weys Rhenish glass £10 (4 Oct 1567).

26. Abram of London (40) Peter Marram; Southampton

[f. 4b] Stephen Borrogh: 1 last fish £6 (4 Oct 1567).

27. Falcon of Amsterdam (28) Simon Alardson

[f. 5b] John Violet: 4 lasts fish £24 (6 Oct 1567).

28. Abraham of Hamburg Hans Bowart; Danzig

[f. 6b] George Milner: 26 cwt cables, 1 pack flax £25 6s 4d (7 Oct 1567).

William Jeames: 4 packs flax £32. Edmund Bolder: 5 lasts fish, 1 pack flax £18 (8 Oct). Thomas Allen: 8 packs flax, 10 lasts fish, 6 shocks deals, 100 wainscots, 4000 clapholt, 3½ hd rasters for oars (fn. 2) £157. Richard Gourney: 70 cwt small cables and hawsers £46 13s 4d. Hartik van Spreckleson: 9 packs flax £72. William Cockin: 10 lasts pitch, 8 half-packs flax, 52 cwt cordage £87. Maurice Tymbreman: 5 packs flax £40 (9 Oct). Robert Hillson: 8 packs flax £64. Robert Barker: 7 packs flax £56 (10 Oct). [f. 9] Roger Alabaster: 48 cwt wax £144 (13 Oct).

29. Michell of Amsterdam (30) Cleys Peter Moone; Amsterdam

[f. 6b] Hartik van Sprecleman: 2 packs flax £16 (7 Oct 1567). [f. 7] Thomas Sanford: 600 lings, 500 staplefish £27 10s.

30. Mearman of Hamburg (20) Garret Thomas; Hamburg

[f. 7] Edward van Krog: 750 wainscots £30 (7 Oct 1567).

31. Spledegle of Akersloot (30) Peter Hugin; Amsterdam

[f. 7] John Lence: 12 pcs Holland cloth £14 8s 4d (7 Oct 1567).

32. Falcon of Amsterdam Alard Alardson

[f. 7] Thomas Sanford: 120 lings, 1 last fish £10 10s (7 Oct 1567).

33. Spledegle of Dordrecht Godfrey Dirikson

[f. 8] Reynold Thirling: 1200 bowstaves £20 (8 Oct 1567).

34. Mychell of Amsterdam (40) Henrik Johnson; Amsterdam

[f. 8] Robert King: 24 half-packs flax £96 (8 Oct 1567). John Edmunds: 3 lasts fish, 400 staplefish £24 (9 Oct). [f. 8b] John Haines: 5 lasts fish £30 (13 Oct).

35. Catt of Haarlem (40) John Jurianson; Haarlem

[f. 8b] George Jenens: 2160 lings, 2000 staplefish, 6 brls fish £105 (10 Oct 1567).

36. Sea woolf of Amsterdam (30) William Robe; Amsterdam

[f. 9] William Cokin: 6 packs flax £48 (13 Oct 1567). Maurice Tymberman: 4½ packs flax £36. Thomas Allen: 35 cwt cables, 5 packs flax £63 8s 4d. Dunstan Walton: 6 lasts pitch, 4 packs flax £44 (14 Oct). Thomas Russell: 15 cwt tarred rope, 12 doz. playing tables £109. Hartik van Spreckleson: 1 pack flax £8 (15 Oct). William Vaghen: 4 lasts pitch £8. [f. 9b] Robert Barker: 9½ packs flax £76.

37. Thomas of London (40) Robert Smyth; Rouen

[f. 9] Richard Patrick: 15 grs playing cards £15 (15 Oct 1567). Thomas Cambell: 32 cwt prunes £16. John Allot: 1500 ells canvas £37 10s. Richard Morris: 1000 ells canvas, 50 cwt prunes £50. William Thwaytes: 500 ells canvas £12 10s. John Harding: 400 ells canvas £10 (16 Oct). William Handford: 14 grs playing cards, 24 lbs wrought crewel £15 13s 4d. John Bodleigh: 1000 ells canvas £25. John Savell: 750 ells canvas £18 15s. John Oliff: 1200 ells canvas £30. Robert Sadler: 1200 ells canvas, 24 cwt prunes £42 (17 Oct). [f. 18] Anthony Cage: 1600 ells canvas £40 (27 Oct).

38. Grace of God of Lee (30) John Stephen; Rouen

[f. 9] Richard Patrick: 20 doz. lbs thread, 30 grs combs, 10 doz. woolcards £25 16s 8d (15 Oct 1567). Richard Morris: 1400 ells canvas £35. John Harding: 800 ells canvas £20 (16 Oct). Richard Hills: 1000 ells canvas £25. John Newton: 150 reams paper £20. John Milner: 800 ells canvas £20 (17 Oct). William Salter: 17½ cwt prunes, 3½ cwt raisins of the sun £11 13s 4d. John Marshall: 800 ells canvas, 20 doz. woolcards £30. Robert Sadler: 600 ells canvas £15. Henry Waite: [ ] (fn. 3) playing cards, 4 cwt prunes, 60 lbs nutmegs £22. Anthony Gamage: 1400 ells canvas £35. Lucas Harison: 41 reams unbound books £4 13s 4d(20 Oct). John Marshall: 24 doz woolcards £12. Wolston Dixi: 1200 ells canvas £30. John Byngley: 14 cwt prunes £7. John Bodleygh: 1400 ells canvas £35. Oliver Fisher: 9 cwt prunes £4 10s (21 Oct). Thomas Starkey: 1700 ells canvas £42 10s. William Salter: 95 butts Lyons thread £9 10s (22 Oct). [f. 16] Thomas Carter: 26 reams printing paper, 5 grs playing cards £8 1s 4d.

39. Swallow of London (120) Stephen Aborro; Russia

[f. 10] Stephen Twerdico and Theodore Pogorell 'of Russia merchants': (fn. 4) 322 cwt wax, 140 cwt tallow (fn. 5) (16 Oct 1567).

40. Charity of London (130) Richard Gybbes; Russia

[f. 10] Stephen Twerdico and Theodore Pogorell: 189 cwt wax, 119 cwt tallow (fn. 6) (16 Oct 1567).

41. Popingaye of Haarlem (30) Marten Johnson

[f. 10b] James Heath: 30 cwt hops £15 (17 Oct 1567).

42. Unicorn of Haarlem (30) Cleys Roverson; Arnemuiden

[f. 10b] Robert Wilkinson: 20 weys great salt £20 (17 Oct 1567). John Freman: 350 stone cruses £1 15s.

43. Pellican of Amsterdam (30) Naninck Johnson; Amsterdam

[f. 10b] Hartik van Sprecleson: 4 packs flax £32 (17 Oct 1567).

44. Robert of Aldeburgh (70) William Huggans; The Bay

[f. 10b] William Huggans: 54 weys great salt £54 (20 Oct 1567).

45. Prym Rose of Milton (80) Harry Church; Antwerp

[f. 11] Lucas Harryson: 40 reams unbound books, 40 reams paper with certain parchment ad valorem 40s £11 6s 8d (20 Oct 1567). George Stockmed: 45 cwt unwrought flax £30. Richard Cotton: 36 doz. yds Cyprus cotton £7 3s 4d. George Bisshop: 60 reams unbound books £6. Humphrey Whitelok: 5 doz. Turnhout ticks £20. George Colimor: 80 doz. thou. pins, 70 pins, 6 doz. lbs bottom thread £26 5s. John Jackman: 32 cwt madder, 50 lbs ginger, 3 qrs 7 lbs cloves, 214 lbs pepper £63 8s 4d. Richard Billam: 140 Turnhout ticks £46 13s 4d (21 Oct). John Eliots: 8 doz. lbs crewel, 12 doz. lbs thread, 30 doz. thou. pins, 3 grs coarse looking glasses, 8 grs minikins, 4 grs coarse hat bands, 4 doz. thou. needles, 4 doz. crewel pieces, 2 thou. thimbles, 3 cwt black plates £36 18s 4d. Thomas Longston: 300 lbs pepper £25. William Coles and John Newman: 44½ cwt madder £29 13s 4d. Lawrence Wythers: ½ brl nails, ¼ brl small nails £4. Edward Jackman: 650 lbs pepper, 12 brls rape oil £70 3s 4d. Lucas Lane: 450 lbs pepper £37 10s. Roland Erlington: 6 thou. balls £6. Thomas Gardener: 90 doz. hemp, 400 lbs pepper, 6¾ cwt aniseed, 2 cwt coriander seed £54 18s 4d. William Loddington: 12 cwt madder, 25 lbs mace, 3½ cwt rice, 1½ cwt brown candy, 4½ cwt dates, 170 lbs ginger, 1¾ cwt aniseed £47 16s 8d. Robert Brook: 1350 lbs pepper £112 10s. Roger Warfyld: 400 lbs ginger, 600 lbs pepper, 4 cwt litmus, 200 lbs crossbow thread, 1 cwt orpiment, 150 lbs marmalade, 2 cwt lignum vitae £67 13s 4d. Thomas Brassy: 2 bales Ulm fustian £30. Thomas Eaton: 10 grs halfpennyware looking glasses, 30 doz. thou. pins, 2½ grs 'almaines' knives, 1 doz. thou. needles, 16 doz. yds Cyprus cotton, 18 cwt madder, 5 cwt black plates £30 6s 8d. John Carr: 36 cwt iron pans, 15 cwt 'ames' iron, 3½ cwt varnish, 4 hd iron plates, 150 iron doubles, 6 cwt fireshovel plates £41 15s. Thomas Thorp: 2 brls painter's oil £2 13s 4d. Thomas Hale: 5 cwt rosalger, 3 cwt galls £14. William Bond: 10 sacks coarse hat wool (fn. 7) £14 13s 4d (22 Oct). Robert Broune: 61 yds velvet, 53 ells sarcenet £54 11s 8d. John Boorne: 10 doz. lbs thread, 20 grs harp strings, 3 thou. thimbles, 10 doz. thou. needles, 20 grs lute strings, 2 grs comb brushes, 5 thou. awl blades, 3 doz. files, 3 grs trenchers, 1 doz. compasses, ½ grs hour glasses, 10 grs halfpennyware looking glasses, 3 doz. lbs counters, 4 grs coarse hat bands, 2 doz. crewel pieces, 1 doz. lbs clavichord wire £41 10s. William Hewet: 2 bales Ulm fustian £30. John Rivers: 450 lbs ginger, 400 lbs pepper £67. Nicholas Luddington: 16 cwt madder £10 13s 4d. Henry Hungat: 8 lbs half-silk fringe £8. Robert Scarborugh: 13 cwt madder £8 13s 4d. William Salkins: 1600 ells Dutch packing canvas £21 6s 8d. Thomas Blank: 20 pcs Hondschoote say £20. Ancelm Becket: 5¾ cwt flax £5 15s. John Sutton: 153 Turnhout ticks, 13 counterfeit Turnhout ticks £55 6s 8d. Humphrey Fayrefax: 220 lbs ginger £16 10s. John Taylor: 120 doz. thou. pins £20. Robert Bladwell: 350 lbs pepper £29 3s 4d. John Wanton: 36 cwt German madder £24. Richard Goddard: 16 cwt mull-madder £2. Stephen Slany: 41 pcs Holland cloth, 300 ells 'clincent' canvas £53 13s 4d. John Fytzwilliams: 14 cwt madder £9 6s 8d (23 Oct). Nicholas Spering: 10 lbs combs, 3 grs knives £7. Francis Keightley: 140 yds velvet, 100 ells sarcenet £121 13s 4d. John Gardner: 100 lbs cloves, 50 lbs cinnamon, 125 lbs nutmegs, drugs ad valorem 60s £58 16s 8d. Edmund Hills: 140 lbs cloves £35. George Southak: 225 lbs ginger £16 16s 8d. Thomas Hale: 50 lbs cloves, 30 lbs ginger £14 15s. Robert Marres: 300 lbs ginger £22 10s. William Smith: 30 pcs broad worsted £30. John Isham: 102 yds velvet, 60 yds satin, 60 pcs mockado £143 10s. Abraham Smith: 3 doz. crystal glasses £6 (24 Oct). Roger Warfilde: 400 lbs pepper £33 6s 8d. Thomas Randall: 66 yds velvet £49 10s. William Tench: 132 lbs ferret silk £55. Thomas Gryme: 30 pcs Holland cloth £36. Thomas Parker: 48 pcs mockado, 54 half-pcs 4 pcs bustian £52 13s 4d. John Alden: 3 cwt white lead, 3 cwt starch, drugs ad valorem 133s 4d £10 18s 4d (25 Oct). John Spencer: 400 lbs matches £3 6s 8d. John Johnson: 20 pcs mockado, 8 grs copper hat bands, 80 lbs nutmegs, 20 lbs ginger, 5 thou. awl blades, 120 yds Naples fustian, 30 doz. crewel pieces, 40 papers ferret silk £91 10s. John Colmer: 4 cwt sumach, 4 thou. balls £6 13s 4d (27 Oct). Wolston Dixi: 17 pcs Holland cloth, 400 ells 'clincent' canvas £26 8s 4d. William Smith: 20 pcs camlet £20 (31 Oct). Thomas Eaton: 200 ells Levant taffeta £16 13s 4d (3 Nov). Henry Smith: 25 lbs fringes, 30 lbs Spanish silk, 12 doz. yds passement lace £71. William Hobs: 300 ells hair tapestry, 100 ells caddis tapestry, 3 doz. coarse cushions, 12 pair blankets, 28 pcs carpet, 3 doz. Ghentish or sealed carpets, 32 Turnhout ticks £43 8s 4d (7 Nov). [f. 22] Henry Beecher: 10 doz. thou. pins, 10 doz. lbs worsted checks, 10 reams unbound books £7 13s 4d.

46. John of Lee (60) Richard Higham; Antwerp

[f. 11] George Stockmed: 15 cwt unwrought flax £10 (20 Oct 1567). George Colimor: 8 thou. balls £8. John Eliots: 6 doz. lbs thread, 3 thou. awl blades, 80 lbs counters, 10 lbs clavichord wire, 5 grs coarse looking glasses, 5 doz. lbs crewel, 6 doz. thou. pins, 2 doz. crewel pieces £17 1s 8d (21 Oct). Thomas Longston: 250 lbs pepper £20 16s 8d. George Breme: 10 cwt battery £20. William Coles: 21½ cwt madder, 3 qrs 6 lbs cloves, 62 lbs mace £55 18s 4d. Thomas Aldersay: 325 yds sarcenet, 40 yds velvet £84 3s 4d. William Bower: 5 half-brls head nails, 8 cwt estrige wool £16 13s 4d. Wolston Dixi: 900 ells Newcastle canvas, 700 ells Bar canvas, 3 pcs 'brissels' £30. Edward Jackman: 425 lbs, [sic] 250 lbs ginger, 12 brls rape oil £70 3s 4d. Lucas Lane: 180 lbs cloves £45. Roland Erlington: 110 doz. thou. pins, 4 doz. lbs bottom thread £18 6s 8d. John Spencer: 4½ cwt aniseed, 200 lbs ginger, 200 lbs pepper, 3 qrs candy £40 3s 4d. Thomas Gardener: 5 brls painter's oil, 2¾ cwt gunpowder, 3 qrs nutmegs, 30 lbs long pepper, 125 lbs ginger, 1 cwt coriander seed, 100 lbs turnsole £44 11s 8d. William Luddington: 12 cwt madder, 212 lbs pepper, 200 lbs ginger, 2 cwt aniseed £43 6s 8d. Thomas Brassy: 2 bales Ulm fustian £30. John Alden: 3 brls painter's oil, 710 lbs pepper £63 3s 4d. Thomas Starkey: 7 hd 'plaine barrs', (fn. 8) 200 ells 'clincent' canvas £17. John Carr: ironmongery ad valorem £30, 'locke persers of wood', 2 grs horse bells, 3 doz. cooper's tools cost 20s, 2 doz. short hand-saws at 5s, 1 doz. iron chafing dishes cost 6s 8d, 4 cwt iron plates £36 16s 8d. Thomas Hale: 450 lbs pepper, 356 lbs aniseed, 2 cwt coriander seed, 30 lbs senna, 3 cwt red lead, 1 bag nigella, 40 lbs capers £50 6s 4d. Robert Exton: 18 brls rape oil £24. William Bond: 10 sacks hat or Spanish wool £14 13s 4d(22 Oct). Edmund Burton: 4 doz. whip-saws, 6 doz. two-hand-saws, 12 doz. hand-saws, 150 doubles, 5½ cwt wrought flax, 325 lbs bottom thread, 18 doz. locks, 1 grs horse bells, 20 doz. coarse snuffers £29 5s. Edmund Smith: 3 bales Ulm fustian £45. William Sherington: 10 lbs Bruges silk, 6 lbs fringe £16. Alexander Sherington: 150 yds taffeta £50. John Borne: 10 doz. lbs thread, 2 doz. lbs crewel, 50 doz. thou. pins, 20 doz. lbs pack thread, 3 doz. crewel pieces £22 13s 4d. Robert Scarborugh: 13 cwt madder, 8 doz. yds Cyprus cotton £10 6s 8d. William Salkins: 700 ells Dutch packing canvas £9 6s 8d. Humphrey Fayrefax: 220 lbs ginger £16 10s. John Wanton: 54 cwt German madder £36. Richard Goddard: 14 cwt mull-madder £1 15s. Stephen Slany: 700 ells 'clincenl:' canvas, 300 ells Bar canvas £16 10s. John Fytzwilliams: 12 cwt madder £8 (23 Oct). Francis Keightley: 40 yds velvet, 180 ells sarcenet £60. John Gardner: 110 lbs ginger, 75 lbs nutmeg, 50 lbs long pepper, 400 lbs pepper £53 6s 8d. Edmund Hills: 300 lbs ginger £22 10s. George Southak: 225 lbs ginger £16 6s 8d. Thomas Gardner: 275 lbs ginger, 75 lbs mace, 75 lbs cinnamon, 30 lbs nutmeg, 25 lbs long pepper £71 16s 8d. John Isham: 80 yds velvet, 100 yds damask £100. Thomas Randell: 250 yds Levant taffeta, 20 doz. yds Cyprus cotton £24 16s 8d (24 Oct). Thomas Gryme: 25 pcs Holland cloth £30. John Eliots: 3 doz. lbs thread, 3 thou. awl blades, 20 lbs counters, 10 lbs clavichord wire, 5 doz. crewel pieces, 2 doz. 'knit cotten' petticoats £10 5s. Thomas Parker: 8 half-pcs dornick with thread, 13 pcs crewel dornick, 4 pcs Naples fustian, 6 Venice carpets £18 6s 8d. Humphrey Marbury: 13 pcs fustian, 150 ells sarcenet £38 (25 Oct). John Colmer: 4 cwt bay berries, 80 lbs candy, 5 brls rape oil £12 (27 Oct). John Boorne: 10 papers silk, 50 doz. thou. pins £28 6s 8d (31 Oct). William Smith: 20 pcs camlet £20. John Lambert: 6 cwt frying pans, 17 cwt flax £21 (3 Nov). Henry Smith: 20 pcs mockado £13 16s 8d. [f. 22] Henry Beacher: 20 reams unbound books, 4 doz. lbs wrought inkle, 3 doz. lbs thread £6 13s 4d (7 Nov).

47. Spledegle of Bruges (60) Francis Bauwins; Bruges

[f. 11] Thomas Bressy: 165 pcs buckram £33 6s 8d (20 Oct 1567).

48. Andrew of Antwerp (40) Cornilis Johnson Sprite

[f. 12] John Lambert: 950 lbs pepper £79 3s 4d (21 Oct 1567). Thomas Aldersay: 110 yds satin, 30 yds damask £61 10s. [f. 14b] John Reinkin: 1 pack flax £8 (22 Oct).

49. Seahorse of Hamburg (40) Harman Crite; Hamburg

[f. 12b] Otte Frolick: 2160 ells middlegood, (fn. 9) 6 lasts croplings £55 13s 4d (21 Oct 1567). Court Ellers: 16 cwt estrige wool, 1080 ells soultwich (fn. 10) £31 6s 8d. George Lubkin: 1500 ells Osnabrücks £20. Daniel van Eytson: 7 lasts croplings, 2 lasts titlings £53 6s 8d. John Rainkin: 10 lasts croplings, 2040 ells middlegood £76 (22 Oct). Sir John White: 25 lbs nutmegs, 175 lbs ungarbled mace £62 10s. Edward van Crog: 4½ cwt estrige wool, 150 wainscots £9 15s. George Geys: 1 pack flax £8. [f. 16] Alard Bartrinck: 5 lasts stockfish £33 6s 8d (23 Oct).

50. Falcon of Dordrecht (30) Adrian Dottell; Dordrecht

[f. 13b] Richard Robertson: 275 bundles rods £4 11s 8d (2l Oct 1567).

51. Mary James of Aldeburgh (60) Robert Perce; La Rochelle

[f. 13b] Robert Perce: 50 weys bay salt £50 (21 Oct 1567).

52. Unicorn of London (45) Jacob Cornilison

[f. 14] Gawen van Alden: 85 awms Rhenish wine 85s, 50 pcs mockado £33 6s 8d (22 Oct 1567).

53. Santa Maria de Gracia (fn. 11) of Venice (350) Manolly Chatity; (fn. 12) Venice

[f. 14] Innocento Luocatelly: 268 butts 30 caroteel malmsey and muscatel (fn. 13) net 186 butts 286s 6d (22 Oct 1567). Anthony Donato: 147 butts malmsey and muscatel, 6 caroteel muscatel net 103 butts 154s 6d (27 Oct). Baptist de John: 54 butts 6 caroteel sweet wines net 38 butts 57s. Giles Flood: 375 lbs cinnamon, 900 lbs pepper, 64 lbs marmalade, 16 lbs green ginger, 16 lbs nutmeg £93 16s 8d (4 Nov). William Cooper: 6 Venice lutes £6 (5 Nov). [f. 28b] Innocento Lacatellye: 66 butts sweet wine net 45 butts 67s 6d (14 Nov).

54. Goldowe of Hamburg (130) Henryk Milner; Brouage

[f. 15] Humphrey Keel: 100 weys bay salt £100 (22 Oct 1567). [f. 18b] Nicolas Nells: 3 tuns Rochelle wine net 2 tuns 6s (27 Oct).

55. Peter of Flushing (15) Anthony Antonison; Flushing

[f. 15b] Robert Wilkinson: 3 weys bay salt £3 (22 Oct 1567).

56. Nightingale of Haarlem Derick Alardson

[f. 16] John Lence: 26 pcs Holland cloth £31 3s 4d (23 Oct 1567).

57. Merman of Amsterdam (30) Peter Garetson

[f. 16b] John Violet: 1200 lings, 2000 staplefish £70 (23 Oct 1567). John Haynes: 5 lasts fish £30.

58. Grace of Rye (33) William Haman; Nantes

[f. 17] William Allen, Thomas Starkey and Oliver Fisher: 67 pipes 16 hhds prunes (fn. 14) £162 10s (24 Oct 1567).

59. Reall of Oléron (46) Maturin Toning; O1éron

[f. 17b] André Jerrard: 44 tuns Oléron wine net 37 tuns 111s (25 Oct 1567).

60. Hearn of London (36) John Davis; Nantes

[f. 17b] William Allen, Thomas Starkey and Oliver Fisher: 3 pipes prunes (fn. 15) £7 10s (25 Oct 1567). [f. 18] Hugh Offley: 36 pipes 66 hhds prunes (fn. 16) £172 10s (27 Oct).

61. Host Pery of Dunwich (44) Thomas Coper; Bordeaux

[f. 18] Thomas Pen: 13½ tuns Gascony wine net 12 tuns 36s (27 Oct 1567).

[f. 18b] Nicholas Culverwell: 26 tuns 2 hhds Gascony wine net 25 tuns 75s.

62. Marigold of Lee (45) Thomas Andros; Rouen

[f. 18] Richard Hill: 600 ells canvas £15 (27 Oct 1567). John Allot: 1400 ells canvas £35. John Oliff: 2200 ells canvas, 10 cwt prunes £60 (30 Oct). Richard Moris: 1200 ells canvas £30. William Handford: 400 butts Lyons thread £40. John Harding: 700 ells canvas £17 10s (31 Oct). Richard Carmardin: 40 reams unbound books £4. John Wanton: 30 doz. woolcards £15. Robert Sadler: 18 grs coarse combs, 250 ells canvas £15 5s. John White: 43¾ cwt woad £35. [f. 20b] William Body: 200 reams paper, 13 pcs remnants, 130 yds taffeta, 75 yds grogram silk £73 6s 8d.

63. Falcon of Lee (50) John Boner; Bilbao

[f. 18] Richard May: 5 tons iron, 5 hd lbs wool £24 3s 4d (27 Oct 1567). Anthony Pilboro: 5 tons iron £20. Richard Renolds: 16 hd lbs Spanish wool £13 6s 8d. William Hewet: 10 tons Spanish iron, 5½ hd lbs Spanish wool £47 6s 8d. Francis Bowyer: 10 tons iron £40 (30 Oct). Thomas Hewet: 9 tons iron £36. Edward Boys: 3 tons iron £12. Robert Car: 3 tons iron £12. [f. 20] Richard Folkes: 10 tons iron £40 (31 Oct).

64. Edward of London (40) Andrew Luce; Rouen

[f. 18] Wolston Dixi: 1600 ells canvas £40 (27 Oct 1567). Harry Waite: 10 cwt prunes £5. John Bingley: 7 cases Normandy glass £7 (30 Oct). John Bodleygh: 3000 ells canvas £75. John Oliff: 800 ells canvas £20. John Marshall: 1400 ells canvas £35. Richard Patrick: 20 grs combs, 4 grs inkhorns, 12 grs lead tablets, 12 doz. ounce balances, 40 doz. woolcards £30. Hugh Offley: 200 reams paper, 32 doz. woolcards, 3 grs pennyware combs, 4 grs points, 10 grs girdling, 6 grs crewel lace £55 16s 8d. Humphrey Broune: 40 grs combs, 4 cwt pack thread, 4 grs inkhorns, 3 grs pennyware combs, 48 reams paper, 20 grs combs £35 3s 4d. William Bond: 96 cwt prunes £48 (31 Oct). John White: 52½ cwt woad £35. [f. 20b] John Mylner: 700 ells canvas £17 10s.

65. Claydon of Audierne (40) John Regale; Bordeaux

[f. 18b] Remond Jerard: 34 tuns Gascony wine net 27 tuns 81s (27 Oct 1567).

66. Mary and John of London (55) John Diet; Bordeaux

[f. 18b] Thomas Robbley: 48 tuns Gascony wine net 40 tuns 120s, 2 tuns vinegar £4 13s 4d(27 Oct 1567). [f. 20] John Lendall: 4 tuns Gascony wine net 2 tuns 6s (30 Oct).

67. Young Eagle of Antwerp Anthony Cornish the younger

[f. 18b] John Lambert: 1000 ells Vitré canvas £16 13s 4d (27 Oct 1567). Thomas Brasy: 3 bales Ulm fustian £45. Gervais Simons: 20 doz. lbs pack thread, 400 fox backs, 40 doz. foin backs, 9 mantles foin wombs £35 3s 4d (30 Oct). [f. 19b] Francis Wootton: 80 ells sarcenet £13 6s 8d.

68. Prymrose of Brightlingsea (50) William Hickson; Bordeaux

[f. 19] Steven Skidmore and coy: 46 tuns Gascony wine net 40½ tuns 121s 6d (30 Oct 1567).

69. Red Hart of Amsterdam Cleyse Derickson; Danzig

[f. 19] George Milner: 4 packs flax £32 (30 Oct 1567). Robert Hilson: 13½ packs flax £52. Edmund Boldero: 1 pack flax, 3 lasts 1 brl pitch £14. William James: 4 packs flax £32. Thomas Allen: 4 packs flax, 2 packs [sic] (fn. 17) hemp, 3 lasts 5 brls pitch, 30 pcs poldavis £108 16s 8d. Dunstan Walton: 20 cwt cables £13 6s 8d (31 Oct). [f. 21b] Thomas Russell: 20 cwt cables £13 6s 8d (4 Nov).

70. Falcon of Flushing (12) Francis Johnson; Flushing

[f. 19] Robert Wilkinson: 7 weys bay salt £7 (30 Oct 1567).

71. Catharin of Dieppe (20) Thomas Swinet

[f. 20b] William Body: 10 pcs poldavis, 3 tuns vinegar £17 (31 Oct 1567). [f. 21] John Rogers: 18 cwt woad £12 (3 Nov).

72. Angell of Amsterdam (50) Tylman Cornilis; Amsterdam

[f. 20b] Walter Lin: 56 awms Rhenish wine 56s (31 Oct 1567). [f. 21b] Edward Hardandnoght: 18 cwt argol, 650 ells soultwich £31 15s (4 Nov).

73. Owl of Dordrecht (40) Jacob Florisson; Dordrecht

[f. 21] Gawen van Alden: 135 awms Rhenish wine 135s (3 Nov 1567).

74. Mary Edward of Brightlingsea (38) John Warald

[f. 21] Steven Skidmore and coy: 34 tuns Gascony wine net 30 tuns 90s (3 Nov 1567).

75. Mary Thomas of Brightlingsea (28) John Davis; Bordeaux

[f. 21] Richard Whitelock: 23 tuns Gascony wine net 18 tuns 54s, 2 tuns vinegar £4 13s 4d (3 Nov 1567).

76. Bark of Brightlingsea (90) Stephen Upchurch; La Rochelle

[f. 21b] Stephen Upchurch: 60 weys great salt £60 (4 Nov 1567). [f. 22b] Stephen Upchurch: 8 weys great salt £8 (7 Nov).

77. Lion of London (80) Richard Bebell; La Rochelle

[f. 21b] John Broke 'cum sociis': 60 weys great salt £60 (4 Nov 1567).

78. Bark Allen of London (80) Lawrence Hayward of Ratcliff; Malaga

[f. 21b] Simon Brooke: 250 pcs raisins (fn. 18) £62 10s (5 Nov 1567). Edward Jackman: 250 pcs raisins £62 10s. John Spencer: 250 pcs raisins £62 10s. John Gill and John Jackson: 40 cwt raisins of the sun, 28 hd capers, 70 pcs great raisins £96 16s 8d (6 Nov). [f. 23b] William Allen: 300 pcs raisins, 10 cwt almonds, 20 cwt raisins of the sun £111 13s 4d (10 Nov).

79. Mary Fortune of Aldeburgh (30) Thomas Baker; The Bay

[f. 22] Thomas Baker: 20 weys great salt £20 (5 Nov 1567).

80. James of Cherbourg (50) Michel Body; La Rochelle

[f. 22] John Perote: 22 tuns corrupt wine net 19½ tuns £58 10s, 8 tuns Gascony wine net 7½ tuns 22s 6d (6 Nov 1567).

81. Elizabeth of London (80) Robert Burrell; Andalusia

[f. 22] John Bird: 120 pcs raisins £30 (7 Nov 1567). George Saunders: 250 pcs raisins £62 10s. [f. 24] John Hawes: 600 pcs raisins £150 (10 Nov).

82. Mary of Olonne (60) Francis Tasserons; La Rochelle

[f. 22b] Jacques de Quester: 22 tuns Rochelle wine net 20 tuns 60s, 33 tuns corrupt wine £99 (7 Nov 1567).

83. Mawdlin of Cherbourg (48) Harry Marry; La Rochelle

[f. 22b] Michael Lion: 24 weys great salt £24 (7 Nov 1567). John Lion: 8 tuns Rochelle wine net 6 tuns 18s, 6 tuns corrupt wine £18.

84. Margaret of Le Croisic (48) John Le Rouse; Le Croisic

[f. 22b] Christopher Wilford: 38 weys bay salt £38 (7 Nov 1567).

85. Jaquet of Jard (56) Charles Evernoy; La Rochelle

[f. 22b] Elie Papie: 40 tuns Gascony wine net 35 tuns 105s (7 Nov 1567).

86. Henry of 'Marvers' (75) John Bayed; Bordeaux

[f. 22b] Robert Fryer: 70 pcs resin £11 13s 4d (7 Nov 1567).

87. Mary fortune of Harwich (66) John Pearson; Spain

[f. 23] Thomas Altham: 375 pcs Marbella raisins £93 15s (8 Nov 1567). Thomas Hewet: 250 pcs raisins £62 10s. [f. 24] Richard Staper: 370 pcs raisins £94 15s (10 Nov).

88. Beniamin of London (70) John Dunton; Marbella

[f. 23] Thomas Turnebull and Henry Wallis: 275 pcs Marbella raisins £68 15s (8 Nov 1567). Anthony Pilborro: 275 pcs raisins £68 15s. John Bird: 160 pcs raisins £40. William Wignall: 200 pcs raisins £50. Robert Phillips: 250 pcs raisins £62 10s. Simon Broke: 275 pcs raisins £68 15s (10 Nov). John Mun: 125 pcs raisins £31 5s. [f. 24] Reynold Barker: 275 pcs raisins, 22 pcs raisins 'de lixa', 13 cwt raisins of the sun £86 1s 8d.

89. Pelican of Amsterdam (35) (fn. 19)

[f. 23] Richard Mouse: 6 brls dole-eels £14 (8 Nov 1567).

90. Red Lion of Amsterdam (30) Simon Alardson; Amsterdam

[f. 23] John Violet: 3 lasts middle stockfish £20 (8 Nov 1567).

91. Pelican of Amsterdam Adrian Cornilis (fn. 20)

[f. 23] Hartik van Sprecle: 2 packs flax £16 (8 Nov 1567). John Rainkin: 6 packs flax £48 (10 Nov). Otte Frolik: 960 ells middlegood £10 13s 4d. [f. 24] Court Ellers: 3 half-packs flax £12.

92. Mary Anne of Brightlingsea (36) John Chandler; Bordeaux

[f. 23] Thomas Pen: 25 tuns Rochelle wine net 22 tuns 66s, 4 tuns corrupt wine £12 (10 Nov 1567).

93. Anne Gallant of Brightlingsea (40) Thomas Gallway; Bordeaux

[f. 23b] Nicholas Culverwell: 23 tuns Gascony wine net 19 tuns 57s, 15 tuns corrupt wine £45 (10 Nov 1567).

94. Michell of Flushing (14) Peter Cleison; Flushing

[f. 23b] Robert Wilkinson: 5 weys great salt £5 (10 Nov 1567).

95. Clement of London (70) Thomas Rickman; Spain

[f. 23b] Reynold Holingworth: 120 pcs raisins £30 (10 Nov 1567). Robert How: 50 pcs raisins £12 10s. Richard Venables: 125 pcs raisins £31 5s. Richard Hill: 125 pcs raisins £31 5s. John Mun: 250 pcs raisins £62 10s. John Highlord: 125 pcs raisins £31 5s (11 Nov). [f. 27b] William Salter: 425 pcs raisins £106 5s (14 Nov).

96. Marygold of Harwich Thomas Twyde

[f. 23b] Edmund Flick: 100 pcs raisins £25 (10 Nov 1567). [f. 24] William Bond: 60 cwt and 1300 pcs raisins, 26 cwt almonds £407.

97. Minion of Harwich (65) Percival Wright; Marbella

[f. 24] William Bond: 1000 pcs raisins £250 (10 Nov 1567).

98. Lady of Arnemuiden (30) Jope Peters; Arnemuiden

[f. 24] Robert Wilkinson: 20 weys great salt £20 (10 Nov 1567).

99. Flower de luce of Haarlem (30) Naning Peters; Amsterdam

[f. 24] John Smith: 3 weys Rhenish glass £7 10s (11 Nov 1567).

Footnotes

1 This could be Thomas Beversham's Saviour, 9.
2 Oars were entered by the hd, containing 120.
3 Blank; by calculation 10 grs.
4 Twerdico and Pogorell were Russian merchants. Their cargoes belonged to the Tsar, who asked Elizabeth to allow them in free of duty. Her only concession was to exempt their exports from the aliens' duty. T. S. Willan, Early history of the Russia Company, 80–1.
5 The valuation and subsidy are illegible. Tallow is not listed in the Book of Rates.
6 The valuation is illegible; the duty paid was £33 2s 6d.
7 The sacks contained 11 hd lbs. Hat wool is identified as Spanish wool which was rated by the hd lbs; this was probably a cwt: see 46.
8 Probably Bar canvas.
9 Entered as 18 hd lbs. In the Book of Rates middlegood is valued by the C = 120 ells.
10 Also entered by the hd lbs and not, as in the Book of Rates, by the C = 120 ells.
11 Also the Cross.
12 Also Lucas Chatity or Lucas de Manolli.
13 All the sweet wines from Venice were entered under the licence of Benedict Spinola, the Italian merchant and financier. His current licence was granted 2 July 1566. Calendar of Patent Rolls 1563–6, 473.
14 Containing 325 quintals.
15 Containing 15 cwt.
16 345 cwt.
17 Hemp is rated by the sack = 3 cwt.
18 According to this entry 25 pcs = 1 ton.
19 Entered 'ut postea', which is in error unless this is 43 and the dates make this unlikely.
20 This could be 89.