Petty Custom Account 1480-1: Imports
Oct - Dec 1480 (nos 1-55)

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'Petty Custom Account 1480-1: Imports: Oct - Dec 1480 (nos 1-55)', The overseas trade of London: exchequer customs accounts: 1480-1 (1990), pp. 1-19. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=36073 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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PETTY CUSTOMS ACCOUNT 1480–1 (P.R.O., E.122/194/25)

[m.l] 'Controlment of Thomas Fowler, controller of the petty custom of the Lord King in the port of London in the time of Henry Davers and Robert Fitzherbert collectors of the said petty custom, from the feast of St. Michael in the 20th year of King Edward IV, to the same feast then next following' [29 Sept. 1480 – 29 Sept. 1481].

[IMPORTS]

Oct - Dec 1480 (nos 1-55)

1. 2 Oct. From the ship of Lubert van Boke called Mary of the Steelyard (fn. 1) ('Styleyerd')

Peter Auctoris, (fn. 2) A, 1 chest with 32 vols. diverse histories, 12 pcs. coarse lawn [S linen], 3 pcs. cottons, 2 mantles miniver, £20

Edward Johnson, A, 1 hhd. 1 firkin with 4 doz. white skins, 30 doz. gloves, 2 grs. pen knives, 2 grs. folding knives, 10½ grs. knives, 1 doz. leather pouches, 3 grs. black bag rings, 3½ grs. bags, 6 grs. latten buckles, 1 grs. thread laces, 14 [S 4] lbs. bead strings, ½ doz. 'standyng' knives, 3 doz. bags for children ('pueris'), £12

Godfrey Willyam, A, 38 dog-stones, £12 13s.4d.

Henry Frankenberch, (fn. 2) A, 1 chest with 44 vols. diverse histories and other small books, 3 doz. red skins, £12

Laurence Gryll, A, 3 bales madder, £6

Stephen Wanne, A, 1 maund with 51 [S 41] ticks, 6 doz. and 3 napkins, 1 pc. Brabant linen cloth cont. 36 ells, 1 pc. Flemish linen cloth cont. 20 ells, £10 6s.8d.

Bartholomew Claysson, A, 1 brl. and 1 fardel with 21 pcs. Holland linen cloth cont. 493 ells, 2 doz. napkins, 3 doz. shears for tailors, 2 furs coarse miniver, £11 13s.4d.

Peter Wolf, A, 1 brl. with 12 marks of shears, 6 marks 6 doz. barbers' shears, 18 tailors' shears, 1 grs. 'button' locks, (fn. 3) 1 grs. small locks, 2 doz. hammers, 5 doz. compasses, 500 clasps, 4 doz. pouches, 58s. [S 58s.4d.]

Michael Harrys, A, 1 small fardel with 2 doz. skins cordwain, 5 doz. sheepskins, 26s.8d.

John Vandermaste, A, 1 hhd. with 30 doz. pins, 26½ doz. lbs. Oudenarde thread, 8 doz. pouches, 1½ doz. barbers' pouches, £8 6s.8d.

Hans Culle, H, 1 dry vat with 11,000 grey skins, £91 13s.4d.

Lambert Rotard, H, 4½ vats steel, £27

John Salmer, H, 3 bales 1 'bascheron' battery, £40

Henry Lathuson, H, 3 rolls Hainault ('Henegoys') linen cont. 1,900 ells, 12 C. loose ('lose') (fn. 4) stockfish, £51

Gerard van Grove, H, 1 pack Cologne thread, £13 6s.8d.

Hans Swalyngburgh, H, 4½ lasts loose stockfish, £40 10s.

Arnold van Stalle, 1 roll Osnabriick linen cloth, £12

William Grenewolt [S 'Grewold'], H, 1 roll 'Hertford' (fn. 5) linen cloth cont. 1½ rolls, 2 brls. ashes [S pot ashes], £18 6s.8d.

Hans Stut, H, 1 straw of wax weight 3 quintals

Tylman van de Mere, A, 3 hhds., 1 brl. [S 3 pipes] with teazles, 7 pcs.

Holland linen cloth cont. 126 ells, 2 pairs sheets, £11 13s.4d.

Peter Bylle, A, 1 hhd. with 8 doz. St. Omer hats ('Sertomerhattes') (fn. 6) [S 'Sentomers hattes'], £4

2. 2 Oct. From the ship of John Goldesburgh called John Remyngton [of London]

Albright Falland, H, 1 straw of wax weight 10 quintals

Henry Bevyr, H, 2 rolls Herford and Osnabriick linen cloth, (fn. 7) £24

Arnold van Stalle, H, 2 rolls Herford and Osnabriick linen cloth, £24

William Grenevolt, H, 2 rolls cont. 2½ rolls Osnabrück, £30

Hans Stut, H, 1 straw of wax weight 8 quintals

Peter Cray, A, 1 hhd. with 3 doz. pipes, 10 doz. stirrups, 18 bits, 6 doz. spurs, 4 grs. buckles, 15 grs. thread laces, 19 lbs. Cologne thread, 5 pcs. Bord Alexander, 2 doz. latten girdles, 1 grs. combs, 12 lbs. hair, 2 doz. rolls of gold, £7 16s.8d.

3. 2 Oct. From the ship of William Spryng called Christofer of Colchester

William Scapehuson, H, 1 straw of wax weight 12 quintals

Arnold van Stalle, H, 2 rolls Herford and Osnabrück linen cloth, £24

4. 2 Oct. From the ship of John Bullehawte called Mary of Rouen Laurence Fabyan, A, 10 millstones, 8 pouches with 80 doz. wool-cards, 180 ells canvas, 3½ brls. turpentine, 4 grs. papers (fn. 8) of points, £34

Peter Larate [S Larett], A, 3 puncheons with 36½ doz. brushes, 7 small cases soap weight 14 C. lbs., 2 pcs. canvas linen cloth cont. 80 ells, 1 small fardel with 3½ doz. brushes, £11

John Boret [S Barett], A, 1 hhd. with 3 grs. playing-cards, 3½ grs. combs, 1 doz. tailors' shears, 3 doz. barbers' shears, 4½ doz. brushes, 1½ doz. pouch rings, 4 doz. razors, 15 lbs. violet powder, (fn. 9) 2 doz. wooden ('treen') gold weights, 40s.

5. 2 Oct. From the ship of Ellis Arnold called Kateryn of London

William Scapehuson, H, 2 straws of wax weight 24 quintals

James Falke, A, 1 dry vat with 5 C. lbs. flax, 50s.

John Gyles, A, 50 reams brown paper, 15 red hides, 2 masts of gold skins, £6 13s.4d.

Anthony Kele, A, 1 pipe with 5,000 balls, (fn. 10) 50s.

Cornelius Smyth, A, 1,000 cruses, 33s.4d

6. 2 Oct. From the ship of David Williamson called Mary of Rotherhithe ('Redereth')

James Warre, A, 1 maund with 8 pcs. Ghentish linen cloth cont. 200 ells, 50s.

7. 2 Oct. From the ship of John Pache called Anne of Colchester William Grenewolt, H, 2 lasts soap, £12

Arnold van Stalle, H, 1 roll Herford linen cloth, £12

8. 5 Oct. From the ship of Richard Simonis called Rikmans of Queenborough

William Scapehuson, H, 1 straw of wax weight 10 quintals

Tylman Barkys, H, 1 straw of wax weight 10 quintals

George Tak, H, 7 sacks flax, £10 10s.

9. 7 Oct. From the ship of Hugh Noldson called Christofer of Bergenop-Zoom ('Barowe')

James Williamson, A, 3 M. garlic, 3 brls. herring, 500 pavingstones, 1 pipe with 5,000 balls, £13 16s.8d.

John Cornelys, A, 2 remnants Brabant linen cloth cont. 30 ells, 13s.4d.

10. 14 Oct. From the ship of Godfrey Wrede called George of Hamburg Gerard Lesbern, H, 3 straws of wax weight 27 quintals

Herman Plough, H, 2 straws of wax weight 22 quintals

William Scapehuson, H, 6 wide ('magn' bond") [S brls.] sturgeon, 23 narrow ('parv' bond") brls. sturgeon, 1 dry vat with 6 C. lbs. linen yarn, £37

2 straws of wax weight 19 quintals

Tylman Barkys, H, 1 straw of wax weight 10 quintals

Hans Culle, H, 5 straws of wax weight 48 quintals

Hans Stutte, H, 4 straws of wax cont. 40 quintals

Albright Falland, H, 3½ lasts train oil of small girth, (fn. 11) 3 lasts pitch, 3 packs, 1 fardel pickling linen cloth cont. 30 C. ells, £61 5 straws of wax cont. 42 quintals

Hans Swalyngburgh, H, 3 packs soultwich linen cloth cont. 36 C. ells, £54

Henry Lathuson, H, 5 lasts 4 brls. osmund, 300 wainscots, 1 pack flax, 1½ lasts salt fish, 4 vats copperas, 1 pack stockfish, M. loose stockfish, 5 weys glass, 7 packs soultwich linen cloth cont. 7 M. 3 C. ells, 8 packs pickling linen cloth cont. 8 M. 7 C. ells, 1 pack narrow linen cloth cont. 1,400 ells Hainault ('Henoud'), (fn. 12) 1 roll Brunswick cont. 800 ells, 4½ rolls Hainault, £336 16s.8d.

2 straws, 1 pc. wax weight 22 quintals

Said master, H, 2 lasts 4 brls. osmund, 50 wainscots, ½ last pitch, 2 boards for shoemakers, 18 lbs. flax, 8 packs pickling linen cloth cont. 7 M. 7 C. ells, ½ rolls Hainault cont. 450 ells, 2 bolts cont. 40 ells narrow linen cloth, £93

Hans Hosterberche, H, 4 lasts stockfish, 4 lasts tar, 3 lasts pitch, 3 narrow brls. train oil, 2 lasts osmund, 3 narrow brls. sturgeon, ½ 'bascheron' battery, 1 pack pickling linen cloth cont. 12 C. ells, 1 pack soultwich cont. 14 C. ells, 82 rolls Hainault cont. 3,950 ells, 2 packs pickling linen cloth cont. 24 C. ells, £200 10s. ½ straw of wax cont. 7 quintals

Henry Fryk, H, M. 7 [5 6] C. loose stockfish, £16

11. 14 Oct. From the ship of Robert Wodeles called Mary of London John Kele, A, 2 M. garlic, 2,000 paving-tiles, 1 bag cont. 1,000 balls, £8 10s.

Anthony Kele, A, 2 brls. nails, 1 basket cont. 8 C. lbs. packthread, 1 pack cont. 5 C. lbs. flax, £10 10s

12. 21 Oct. From the ship of John Camachio called Sancta Maria of Cadiz

John Spynell', A, 24 bales 10½ butts dates, 5 tuns 6 sorts large raisins, £78

Jeronimo Imary, A, 12 bales gum, 1 bale grain of Seville weight 280 lbs., £26

Gabriel Furnarius, A, 622 bags [S 450 bags 172 sacks] alum, 290 bales woad, 64 bales writing paper, 2 butts oil, £727 16s.8d.

John Baptista Gentyll', A, 100 bales woad, £66 13s.4d.

Paul Larka, A, 6 cases sugar, £12

Barnabas Centuryon [S Senturion] A, 103 bales woad, £68 13s.4d.

13. 26 Oct. From the ship of Caspar Boke called Christofer of Hamburg

Said master, H, ½ last tar, 50 wainscots, 30s.

William Scapehuson, H, 2 straws of wax cont. 28 quintals

Henry Lathuson, H, 3 lasts 2 brls. tar, 4 vats 8 brls. copperas, 5 lasts 8 C. loose stockfish, 3 firkins sturgeon, 1 roll Hainault linen cloth, 1 fardel 'Niperfeld' (fn. 13) linen cloth cont. 300 ells, 1 chest with 100 ells Hainault, £98 3s.4d.

Albright Falland, H, 10½ packs flax, £20

1 straw of wax cont. 10 quintals

Gerard Lesborn, H, 2 packs flax, £7

Lambert Rotard, H, 2 lasts osmund, 3 lasts loose stockfish, 1 last salt fish, 1 roll Hainault [S 'Hennovers'] linen cloth, £54

3 straws of wax weight 24 quintals

Herman Plough, H, 1 straw of wax weight 11 quintals

Hans Hosterberche, H, 26 C. loose stockfish, 5 lasts 11 brls. ashes, ½ roll Hainault [S 'Hennovers'] linen cloth cont. 600 ells, £38

14. 3 Nov. From the ship of Digo Founs called Sanctus Spiritus of Viana

Said master, A, 2,000 ropes of onions, 42 doz. cork, £6 13s.4d.

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15. 6 Nov. From the ship of Alvery Yenes called Tres Magos of Oporto

Alexander Portinarius, Peter Vase, Peter Andrewe and Dygo Yenes, As, 308 cases sugar of which 30 cases are powdered sugar, (fn. 14) 96 brigandines, 9 C. 29 bowstaves, £531 13s.4d.

Gerald Yenes, A, 16 bowstaves, 5s.

Said master, A, 1 case sugar, 40s.

John Fons, A, 1 hhd. honey, 13s.4d.

16. 7 Nov. From the ship of John Stephyns called Sanctus Spiritus of Oporto

Stephen Justynyan' and Frank Justynyan', As, 971 bales woad, £647 6s.8d.

Raphael Lomelyn' and Nicholas Lomelyn', As, 477 bales woad, 270 bags alum, 1 fardel Spanish grain weight 50 lbs., £590 10s.

Cosma Spynell', A, 296 bales woad, £197 6s.8d.

Paul Larca, A, 111 bales woad, £74

John Ambrose Nigron', A, 50 bales woad, £33 6s.8d.

Gabriel Furnarius, A, 190 bales woad, £126 13s.4d.

Said master, A, 3 hhds. 2 brls. oil, 1 case sugar, 20 'russe pell' pro bowers', (fn. 15) 1 pipe grain of Portugal weight 150 lbs., £15 15s.

John Bapista Gentyll', A, 46 bales woad, £30 13s.4d.

Baptista de Aurea, A, 88 bowstaves, 40s.

Martin Rodkyns [S Roderigus], A, 4,000 farts of Portugal ('fart' de Portingale'), (fn. 16) 6s.8d.

Peter Gonsalvus, A, 2 C. cork, 33s.4d.

17. 8 Nov. From the ship of John Marcus called Grace Dewe of Calais Martin Johnson, A, 1 chest with 18 grs. knives, 14 doz. pen knives, 2 doz. shuttles, 9 grs. musk-balls, 5 doz. key-bands, 7 grs. spectacle cases, [S 1 grs. bells,] 36 lbs. bristles, 24 lbs. latten wire, 11 grs. glass beads, 12 grs. wooden beads, 4 doz. 'coppyn' hats, 6 pcs. and remnants Brabant linen cloth cont. 204 ells, £12

18. 11 Nov. From the ship of John Mathew (fn. 17) called Christofer of Dordrecht

Said master, A, 5 brls. mackerel, 13s.4d.

19. 13 Nov. From the ship of John Benyfeld called Kateryn of Benfleet Henry Lathuson, H, M. loose cropling stockfish, £5

Matthew Blyterswyke, H, 4 sacks litmus, £4.

20. 13 Nov. From the ship of Luke Countman called Le Belle of Antwerp

Gerard Lesbern, H, 1 sack feathers, 30s.

John Sewyk, H, 1 hhd. with 5 C. lbs. aniseed ('agnes sede'), £4 3s.4d.

Matthew Blyterswyke, H, 4 sacks litmus, £4

Cornelius Smyth, A, 1,400 cruses, 46s.8d.

John Kele, A, 3 sacks flax, 400 bunches garlic, £5 16s.8d.

Armewes Somvile, A, 2 maunds 4 pipes 1 brl. with 1,600 fullers' handles (fn. 18) [S 'fullers tesell cum hand'], 20,000 teazles, 4 pcs Tournai fustian, 6½ grs. small purses, 1 grs. small coffers, 6 doz. pen-cases, 1½ doz. key-bands [S 'kai thongs'], ½ doz. manacles, 4 grs. buttons and 'pailes', (fn. 19) 500 thimbles, 4 pairs cappers' shears, (fn. 20) 10 pairs knives, 13 grs. laces, 100 clarions, 9 ells Flemish linen cloth, £7

John Wylbek, A, 1 brl. with 4½ doz. wool-cards, 50 doz. knives, 2 doz. daggers, 3 doz. 10 pairs hatters' cards, (fn. 21) 2,000 wooden beads, 200 'cole' glasses [S 'close glassis'], 3 pairs wool-combs, 4 doz. wire, £4 15s.

Peter Wolf, A, 1 basket with 11 C. 26 lbs. fustic, £4

Martin Johnson, A, 1 basket with 9½ doz. small forcers [S 'cofers'], 400 bunches garlic, 56s.8d.

Said master, A, 55 wainscots, 4 fulls of kettles, 33s.4d.

Arnold Howell, A, 1 small basket with 2 C. lbs. frying pans, 5 pairs shuttles, 5 narrow shuttles, 26s.8d.

21. 13 Nov. From the ship of Michael de Mere called Christofer of Antwerp

Henry Berebrewer, A, 2 sacks hops, 1 hhd. with 2 feather-beds, 1 pc. Brabant linen cloth cont. 24 ells, 3 kettles, 1 tick, 2 dripping [S 'resting'] pans, £5 18s.

John Johnson, A, 5 maunds 1 basket with 2,000 drinking glasses, 800 cruses, £5

Gerard Sconborowe, A, 1 sack hops, 30s.

22. 13 Nov. From the ship of Thomas Coys called Petyr Stokker of London

Roger van Feld, H, 1 pack Herford linen cloth cont. 3 rolls, £45

Henry Lathuson, H, 3 M. [5 'lose'] titling stockfish, £7 10s.

23. 13 Nov. From the ship of Copyn Welle called Trinite of Antwerp Henry James, A, 1 basket with 15 reams white paper, 6 pcs. dornick linen cloth cont. 62 ells, 3 pcs. tuke cont. 36 ells, 3 doz. Oudenarde thread, 1 doz. blue thread, 5 pcs. Brabant linen cloth cont. 168 ells, 51 reams brown paper, £10 3s.4d.

John Kele, A, 5 sacks hops, 1 pipe cont. 3,000 balls, ½ C. lbs. flax, 1 sack packthread cont. 4 C. lbs, £11 5s.

Cornelius Claysson, A, 2 baskets with 50 doz. felt hats, 30 doz. 'copyn' hats, £3 16s.8d.

John Welbek, A, 1 pipe with 5 doz. brushes, 12 doz. brooches, 2 doz. pouches, 6 doz. mirrors, 6 doz. card-boards, 2 great glasses, 3 bundles brooms, 36s.8d.

Cornelius Johnson, A, 2 vats with 2,000 balls, ½ C. [S '½ pack'] brushes, £6 10s.

James Falke, A, 2 hhds. with 24 grs. jet ('kole') beads, 48s.4d.

Michael Harrys, A, 300 cruses, 1 small basket with 7 doz. drinking glasses, 12s.

Cornelius Smyth, A, 1,200 cruses, 1 basket with 4 'faas' drinking glasses, 2 doz. pint bottles, 1,500 whorls, 8 doz. distaffs, £3

John Vandermaste, A, 1 basket 1 brl. with 87 doz. 'copyn' hats, 7 grs. pin-cases, 20 doz. playing-cards, 1½ doz. pouches, ½ doz. leather laces, £5 10s.

Peter Segir, A, 1 corf with 27 doz. 'copyn' hats, 20 pairs shuttles, 43s.4d.

Peter Auctorys, A, 1 chest with 29 vols. diverse histories, £9 5s.

Henry Frankenberch, A, 1 hhd. with 41 vols. diverse histories, £14

James Frise, A, 2 sacks flax, 1 sack hemp, 1 pipe with 6,000 balls, 1 basket with 4½ doz. 'yperlinges', (fn. 22) 4 red hides, 1 harness barrel (fn. 23) with 4½ grs. wooden beads, 16 lbs. flax, £10

Laurence Tyman, A, 1 pipe 1 small brl. with 6 grs. pouches, 18 grs. wire girdles, 4 grs. tucking hooks, 6½ grs. pouch rings, 3 grs. wire girdles, 4 grs. thread laces, 3½ doz. daggers, 18 grs. knives, 1 grs. leather girdles, 5 doz. locks, 24 doz. 'copin' hats, £21

Martin Johnson, A, 1 case combs, 1 dry vat 1 basket with 29 grs. Nuremberg ('Norburgh') mirrors, 6 grs. glass beads, 11 doz. 'copyn' hats, 150 lbs. latten basins, 3 fulls of kettles, 3 grs. glass beads, 15 sums of nails, 5 doz. pouches, £7

Anthony Kele, A, 1,000 cruses, 1 sack with 1,200 balls, 45s.4d.

Frank Mathewe, A, 1 small chest 1 hhd. with 400 spice-cakes, 500 'scone Jesus', 1½ doz. 'Jesus de box' [S '500 scone Jesus in box'], (fn. 24) 1 doz. looking ('locked') glasses, 3½ doz. small pouches, 2 doz. whistles, 1½ reams painted paper, 36s.8d.

John van Osse, A, 1 basket with 21 doz. 'copyn' hats, 10s.

Matthew Falk, A, 4,000 pavingstones, 300 white stones, 58s.4d.

Matthew Bliterswyke, H, 4 sacks litmus, £4

Roger van Feld, H, 2 vats Cologne woad, £13 6s.8d.

George Tak, H, 3 bales madder, £6

24. 13 Nov. From the ship of William Cornyssh called Nicholas of London

Charles Harryesson, A, 1 brl. with 18 habergeons, 18 gorgets, £5 8s.

John Vandermaste, A, 1 bale with 36 reams wrapping ('spendable') paper, £3

Martin Johnson, A, 1 dry vat with 5½ grs. locks, 4 grs. razors, 7 grs. small bells, 5½ doz. writing tables, 10 doz. puppets (fn. 25) ('popett'), 4 grs. wire girdles, 4½ grs. latten rings, ½ grs. latten bells, 6,000 awl blades, 2 grs. compasses, 3 doz. needles, 1 grs. spurs, 2 grs. wooden beads, £10 6s.8d.

Luke Nekar, A, 1 pipe with 27 doz. St. Omer hats, 2 doz. swords, £15 13s.4d.

Stephen Branche, H, 1 basket with 9 pcs. broad busk, 15 pcs. narrow [S busk], 10 pcs. Holland linen cloth cont. 260 ells, £23 10s.

Gerard Lesbern, H, 1 straw of wax weight 9 quintals

Arnold van Stalle, H, 1 chest with 24 pcs. Holland linen cloth cont. 587 ells, 4 pairs balances, £23

Anthony Odindale, H, 3 bales madder, £6

Tylman Barkys, H, 1 pack linen cloth with 24 pcs. Osnabrück cont. 20 C. ells, 36 pcs. minsters cont. 18 C. ells, 34 pcs. Brabant and Holland cont. 900 ells, £84 10s. (£65 del.)

William Grenewolt, H, 1 maund with 30 pcs. Holland linen cloth cont. 1,000 ells, £36

25. 13 Nov. From the ship of Stephen Cripse called Julyan of Gravesend

John Welbek, A, 1 chest with 5 pcs. Flemish linen cloth cont. 162 ells, 2 doz. 10 painted cloths, 20 doz. mirrors, 3 doz. pouches, 3 pairs balances, 8,000 pins, 1 [S 2] doz. small coffers, 2 doz. daggers, 10,000 glass beads, 3 grs. points, 12½ doz. playing-cards, 1 doz. mittens with gloves, 2 doz. pouches, 8 lbs. blue thread, 2 doz. candlesticks, £7

Peter Wolf, A, 2 sacks hemp, 3 brls. slip, ½ C. 13 lbs. filings [S 'of iron'], £3 8s.6d.

James Laurans, A, 1 small basket with 2 doz. balls, 6 doz. bodkins, 6 doz. pen-cases and ink-horns, 12 doz. knives, 6 lbs. bristles, 5 small cross-bows, 26s.8d.

26. 13 Nov. From the ship of Richard Dockyng called Martyn of London

Tylman van de Mere, A, 1 basket with 20 pcs. broad busk cont. 600 ells, 12½ pcs. Brabant linen cloth cont. 560 ells, 5 pcs. Holland cont. 70 ells, 4 pcs. Holland cont. 65 ells, £24 13s.4d.

William Codde, A, 1 hhd. with 7 grs. 6 doz. 7 bags, 6½ grs. bag rings, 12 doz. terrets, 6 grs. tucking hooks, 4 grs. leather girdles, 3 grs. latten girdles, 18½ grs. latten buckles, 12 doz. copper gold, 10 doz. writing tables, 17 [S 12] doz. mirrors, 7 doz. pouches, 6 grs. hatbands, 2 grs. trumpets, 6 lbs. 'casch' [S 'craissh'] (fn. 26) brushes, 6 quires painted paper, 4 doz. gloves, 6½ doz. hatbands, £14

Cornelius Johnson, A, 1 chest with 12 grs. leather laces, 4 grs. thread laces, 24 doz. mails, 6 grs. leather girdles, 3 doz. brushes, £8 18s.

James Falke, A, 1 hhd. with 4 C. lbs. flax, 40s.

James Bolle, A, 1 chest with 15 grs. playing-cards, 6 grs. wire girdles, 1 basket with arrow-root ('cowe and calfe'), (fn. 27) 2 sacks flax, £8 15s.

Edward Johnson and Anthony Gylbert, As, 1 dry vat with 4 grs. pins, 1 doz. lbs. bristles, 1 doz. 'stringyng yern', 1 grs. mistletoe ('mistell') beads, (fn. 28) 3 grs. small pouches, 4 grs. bags, 4 doz. 'hert', (fn. 29) 1 tick, 2 pairs sheets, 1½ doz. running glasses, (fn. 30) £8 3s.4d. (£3 16s.8d. del.)

Peter Segir, A, 1 hhd. with 7 doz. St. Omer hats, 1 sack hemp, £3 16s.8d.

Peter Wolf, A, 1 basket with 40 fulls of kettles, 8 doz. felt hats, 14 grs. 10 doz. latten buckles, £6 16s.8d.

Martin Johnson, A, 2 bales paper, 2 cases combs, 2 brls. white plate, 1 basket with 20 lbs. bristles, 2 grs. spectacles, ½ grs. locks, 2 lbs. string thread, £6 15s.

John Johnson, A, 1 brl. with [S 100] lbs. bristles, 1 fardel with 20 ells diaper, 15 ells diaper towelling, 40 ells Holland linen cloth, 1 hart ('hert') skin, 53s.4d.

Arnold Howell, A, 1 sack hemp, 30s.

Luke Neckar, A, 1 hhd. with 3 doz. caskets, 1 great forcer, 26s.8d.

John Sevik, H, 1½ packs soultwich linen cont. 18 C. ells, £27

Matthew Blyterswyke, H, 2 small brls. with 100 lbs. bristles, 33 doz. mistletoe beads, 1,400 thimbles, 550 graters, 27 doz. latten rings, £4

Peter Capper, A, 1 maund with 15 yds. diaper, 5 doz. diaper napkins, 3 pcs. Flemish cont. 140 ells, 2 pcs. Brabant cont. 70 ells, 2 pcs. Flemish cont. 72 ells, 2 remnants Brabant and Flemish cont. 22 ells [S 13 ells Brabant, 9 ells Flemish], 1 quilt, £6 16s.8d

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27. 13 Nov. From the ship of Robert Walcok called Leonard of London

James Bolle, A, 1 hhd. with 28 grs. boxwood ('box') beads, 1½ grs. imitation chalcedony ('counterfet calcedons'), 3 grs. wire girdles, 9 grs. glass beads, 13 grs. small glass beads, £3 ls.8d.

William Codde, A, 1 small basket with 2 grs. mistletoe beads, 16 grs. 7 doz. knives, 6 cases pot knives, 2 chess boards, 1 doz. spouts, 1 doz. 'chasyng' balls, 24 lbs. counters, £4 10s.

Edward Johnson and Anthony Gylbert, As, ½ brl. filings, 1 chest with 400 white sheepskins, 17 grs. papers of points, 8 grs. leather laces, 8 doz. red skins, 23 grs. girdles, 10 doz. latten girdles, 10 grs. playingcards, £8 19s.

Peter Segyr, A, 1 basket with 60 doz. 'copyn' hats, £3 10s.

Peter Wolf, A, 2 brls. with 24 sums patten nails and 80 sums patten nails, £6 2s.

James Falke, A, 1 basket 1 brl. with 52 doz. hammers, 6 doz. fire-irons, 4 grs. jet beads, 4 doz. salt-cellars, 2 doz. cruets, 12 doz. cards, £3 10s.

Arnold Howell, A, 1 sack hemp, 30s.

Gerard van Grove, H, 1 pack Cologne thread, £13 6s.8d.

Arnold van Stalle, H, 1 small pack linen cloth with 45 pcs. Holland linen cloth cont. 1,000 ells, £40

28. 13 Nov. From the ship of John Roke called Julyan of London

James Bolle, A, 1 hhd. with 8 grs. latten buckles, ½ grs. imitation chalcedony, 4 grs. compasses, 1 grs. marking irons, 6 doz. annulets, 600 irons for weavers, 8 doz. locks, 5 grs. wire girdles, ½ grs. copper rolls, 6 grs. knives, 1,500 thimbles, 1 grs. spurs, 4 grs. Nuremberg ('Norbour') [S 'Norborgh'] locks, 2 doz. stirrups, ½ grs. locks, 2 grs. laces, £9 5s.

Peter Conteryn and Augustine Gracia, As, 1 bale with 38 pcs. [S cloth] imitation Arras ('counterfet Araas'), (fn. 31) 1 pc. Holland linen cloth cont. 56 ells, 1 cat fur, 2 diaper towels, 1 coarse diaper table-cloth, £30

John van Armesbery, H, 1 fardel with 3 bales fustian, £40

Gerard van Grove, H, 1 fardel with 3 bales fustian, £40

Hans Culle, H, 1 fardel with 2 bales fustian, £26 13s.4d.

Matthew Hynkylman, H, 1 pack linen cloth with 46 pcs. hastrey ('haustr'), (fn. 32) cont. 16 C. ells linen, 5 pcs. busk and Osnabrück, £43 15s.

Arnold van Stalle, H, 1 pack with 4 pcs. broad busk, 3 pcs. narrow busk, 79 pcs. Holland cont. 1,718 ells, £72 15s.4d.

John Russynthorp, H, 12 brls. white and black plate, 1 brl. latten plate, 1 chest with 14 doz. Paris thread, £46

William Scapehuson, H, 1 straw of wax weight 11 quintals

Albert Falland, H, 1 straw of wax weight 10 quintals

Hans Stut, H, 1 straw of wax weight 10 quintals

Peter Syber, H, 1 fardel with 2 bales fustian, £26 13s.4d.

Matthew Bliterswyke, H, 2 packs Cologne thread, £26 13s.4d.

John Questynburgh, H, 1 fardel with 28 pcs. minsters cont. 8 C. 12 ells, 34 pcs. Holland cont. 940 ells, 6 pcs. coarse Holland cont. 211 [S 1,211] ells, £54 10s.

Lambert Rotard, H, 6 brls. steel, £36

29. 13 Nov. From the ship of Dennis Vesyall called Laurens of Guérande ('Gerrand')

John Labi and Dennis Vesyall, As, 60 weys Bay salt, £40

Philibord [S Philpott] Archer, A, 2 hhds. with 600 lampreys, 1 pc. canvas linen cloth cont. 30 ells, £6 13s.4d.

30. 13 Nov. From the ship of John Capp called Volantyne of London

Edward Johnson, A, 1 hhd. with 15 grs. knives, 1 grs. daggers, 18 pot knives, 2½ grs. gloves, 2 boots of calaber fur, 10 [S 2] doz. latten rings, 1 grs. bags, £9 10s.

Henry Jamys, A, 1 chest with 24 pcs. Brabant cont. 771½ ells, 1 doz. lbs. blue thread, ½ ream paper, 9 pouches, 4 pairs knives, £12 16s.8d.

James Bolle, A, 1 hhd. with 24 doz. pins, 5 grs. knives, 1 grs. small rolls copper, 6,000 awl blades, 3 grs. thread laces, 2 doz. stirrups, ½ grs. locks, 5 grs. boxwood beads, ½ grs. chalcedony, ½ grs. spurs, £7 3s.4d.

John Vandermaste, A, 1 hhd. with 23 doz. spurs, 1½ doz. bits, 4 grs. knives, 20 doz. pins, 1 pc. tapestry cont. 9 yds., 8 grs. pen-cases and ink-horns, 8½ doz. piercers, ½ doz. leather cushions, 9 doz. pouches, £9 18s.

Henry Frankenberch, A, 1 hhd. with 126 vols. diverse histories, 3 pcs. Holland linen cloth cont. 80 ells, £14

Peter Auctoris, A, 1 chest with 67 vols. diverse histories, £10 3s.4d.

James Falke, A, 2 hhds. with 8 grs. small coffers, 5 grs. razors, 4 doz. balances, 3 doz. bags, £6 15s.

Anthony Kele, A, 2 sacks flax, 1 sack hemp, £4 10s.

Paul van Malder, A, 1 small basket with 2 reams 8 books painted [? paper], (fn. 33) 4 painted cloths, 3 doz. pins, 2 doz. small images, 2 doz. parchment images, 1 grs. 'parket' (fn. 34) images, 53s.4d.

Luke Neckar, A, 1 basket with 22 [S 12] doz. St. Omer hats, 1 doz. caskets, 9 doz. 'coppyn' hats, 1 small fardel with 9 doz. gloves, 1 doz. hatters' cards, 1 small brl. with C. lbs. filings, £6

John Demayn, A, 2 brls. calamine ('calmyn'), 26s.8d.

John Claisson, A, 27 dog-stones, 1 corf with 250 budge skins, 1 box with 2 doz. spectacles, £13 10s.

Roger van Feld, H, 1 pack with 18 C. ells Herford [S linen cloth], £36 (£18 del.)

Hans Culle, H, 1 fardel with 2 bales fustian, £26 13s.4d.

John van Armysbery, H, 1 fardel with 2 packs Cologne thread, £26 13s.4d.

Ingilbright Sevenek, H, 1 fardel with 2 packs Cologne thread, £26 13s.4d.

John van Stralen, H, 1 fardel with 2 packs Cologne thread, £26 13s.4d.

31. 13 Nov. From the ship of Anthony Welle called Christofer of Bergen-op-Zoom

John van Scalstreate, A, 1 chest with 1 doz. large painted cloths, 20 small painted cloths, £3 10s.

Peter Johnson, A, 1,500 cruses, 50s.

Michael Harrys, A, 6 dog-stones, 30s.

32. 13 Nov. From the ship of Clays Bylle called Maria of Danzig

Herman Overcamp, H, 10 lasts 3 brls. tar, 6 brls. pitch, 16 bundles iron, (fn. 35) 15 pcs. copper plate cont. ½ mease, 19 wide brls. sturgeon, 7 lasts ashes, 4½ packs flax, 9 C. bowstaves, 2 C. clapholt, 1 qr. wainscots, 1 nest of counters, 4 C. lbs. flax, 1 nest of coffers, 4 bundles whiting ('merlyng'), ½ C. sail thread, £94 15s. 4 [S small] pcs. wax weight 1½ quintals

Hans Culle, H, 4 sacks flax, 1 last 2 brls. pitch, 1 last 2 brls. osmund, £11 16s.8d.

1 straw of wax weight 7 quintals

Herman Plough, H, 2 packs flax, 1 last train oil in wide brls., 6 lasts osmund, £44

James van Werd, H, 1 pack flax, 1 last train oil in wide brls., 1 last 2 brls. osmund, £20 13s.4d.

1 straw of wax weight 12 quintals

Matthew Peltez, H, 1 last osmund, £4

2 straws of wax weight 20 quintals

Gerard Lesbern, H, 2 lasts 2 brls. osmund, 4 packs flax, 1 last 10 brls. sturgeon in wide brls., £46 13s.4d.

3 small pcs. wax weight 4½ quintals

Matthew Hynkelman, H, 1 straw of wax weight 9 quintals

William Scaphuson, H, 1 pack with 14 C. ells spruce canvas, £23 6s.8d.

Albert Falland, H, 4 packs flax, 14 brls. osmund, 23 narrow brls. train oil, 2 meases 15 [S pcs.] copper cont. 1½ [S 3½] meases, £78

2 straws of wax weight 22 quintals

Tylman Barkys, H, 3 packs flax, 2 lasts 4 brls. osmund, £21 6s.8d.

Hans Stutte, H, 4 lasts train oil in wide brls., 7 narrow brls. train oil, 3½ lasts osmund, 5 packs flax, 9 brls. sturgeon, 3 C. bowstaves, 3 packs [S cloth] canvas cont. 3,000 ells, 1 brl. with 43 doz. wooden mazers ('maser trees'), £160 5s.4d.

33. 13 Nov. From the ship of John Yoman called Trinite Bull [of London]

James Falke, A, 2 brls. 1 maund with 80 lbs. bristles, 2 grs. spectacle cases, 2 doz. needles, 12 marks of shears, 31 dickers razors, 2 C. lbs pans, 6 grs. jet beads, £8 10s.

James Bolle, A, 1 chest 1 hhd. with 8 doz. pins, 2½ grs. spurs, 12 grs. boxwood beads, 2 grs. glass beads, 1 doz. latten holy-water stoups, 1 grs. glass beads, 15 grs. leather laces, 10 grs. thread laces, 25 doz. pins, 3 doz. small pouches, 3 grs. boxwood beads, 4 leather pouches, £14

Edward Johnson, A, 1 hhd. with 20 grs. knives, 12 caskets, 3½ grs. pouches, £8 6s.8d.

Lewis Bonvis, A, 1 fardel with 2 pcs. baudekin, 3 pcs. tawny satin, 2 pcs. red and black satin cont. 184 braces, 1 pc. taffeta cont. 38 braces, £27

Frank Mathew, A, 1 hhd. with 8 reams 17 quires painted paper, 1½ doz. stained cloths, 485 coverings for pots, 4 pouches, 4 ivory glasses, 2 doz. small coffers, 6 ivory paxbreds, 6 doz. knives, 1 doz. whistles, 5 cases of imagery, 2 doz. pieces, (fn. 36) 6 doz. tin cruets, ½ doz. daggers, 2 doz. leather girdles, 3 grs. harp strings, 14 doz. 'Jesus', (fn. 37) 1 doz. small candlesticks, 100 iron 'stickyng' candlesticks, 16 coffers, 1 box with toys ('japes'), £7 3s.4d.

John van Armysbery, H, 1 fardel with 3 bales fustian, £40

Hans Culle, H, 1 fardel with 2 bales fustian, £26 13s.4d.

Gerard van Grove [S John Greverard], H, 1 pack hastrey linen cloth cont. 41 pcs. cont. 13 C. ells, £32 10s.

Stephen Branche, H, 3 bales madder, £6

John Russinthorp, H, 1 fardel wth 3 bales fustian, 1 small coffer with 10 pcs. lawn, £50

John Salmer, H, 1 basket battery, £10

Arnold van Stalle, H, 1 pack linen cloth with 33 pcs. Osnabrück cont. 5 [S 2] rolls, 3 pcs. narrow busk, 18 pcs. Holland cont. 444 ells, £42 6s.8d.

Roger van Feld, H, 1 pack Cologne thread, £13 6s.8d.

Gerard van Grove, H, 1 fardel with 3 bales fustian, £40

John van Strawlyn, H, 1 fardel with 2 bales fustian, £26 13s.4d.

Everard Southerman, H, 1 maund with 21 pcs. hastrey cont. 15 C. 5 ells, 3 pcs. minsters cont. C. ells, 2 pcs. Brabant cont. 96 [S 50] ells, 32 pcs. Holland cont. 773 ells, £71 13s.4d.

John van Derbesen, H, 1 basket with 26 pcs. Holland linen cloth cont. 618 ells, 22 pcs. hastrey cont. 11 C. 6 ells, 10 pcs. narrow busk, 4½ C. tavelon shanks, £63 3s.4d.

Peter Syber, H, 1 fardel with 3 bales fustian, £40

Herman Slotkyn, H, 1½ packs Cologne thread, £20

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Matthew Blyterswyke, H, 1 fardel with 2 bales fustian, 1 pack Cologne thread, £40

Anthony Odyndale, H, 1 brl. with 27 clouts Cologne silk, 27 bundles 'calle' (fn. 38) silk, 15 pcs. camlet, £180 13s.4d.

Lambert Rotard, 7 brls. steel, £42

34. 13 Nov. From the ship of Henry Fryse called Margret Stokker

John Dancell, A, 1 hhd. 1 chest with 27 doz. glasses, 7 doz. pouches, 22 pouches with rings, 23 doz. single caps, 9 [S doz.] double caps, 15 doz. small purses, 2 fardels cont. 65 doz. brushes, 1 tun 1 pipe with teazles, £15 10s.

Henry Frankenberch, A, 12 vols. diverse histories, 20s.

James Larans [S Laurens], A, 1 small basket with 300 pomegranates, 10s.

Charles Harryesson, A, 2½ bundles brushes, 20s.

Adrian Naes, A, 2½ brls. wine lees, 1 brl. filings, 6s.8d.

Michael Wynde, A, 1 chest 2 small baskets with 5 remnants Brabant cont. 60 ells, 4 painted cloths, 20 lbs. flax, 32s.

Peter Cray, A, 1 brl. with 1 [S 2] grs. knives, 8½ grs. thread laces, 6 grs. silver paper, 6 caps, 12 grs. latten buckles, £6

Isabella Bronell, A, 1 basket 1 sack with 3 pcs. Flemish linen cloth cont. 41 ells, 6 doz. points, 8 doz. thread laces, 2,000 pins, 1 lb. twine, 3 doz. hats, 32 lbs. flax, 36s.8d.

Adrian Naes of Veere, (fn. 39) A, 1 dry brl. 1 chest 2 fardels 1 maund with 3 feather-beds, 8 old pillows, 4 old cloths, 1 spit, 10 doz. knives, 25 iron pins [S 1 doz. pins,] 7½ doz. pouches, 1 doz. 4 pairs cards, 23 doz. shirts, 9 pcs. buckram, 11 pcs. Holland cont. 183 ells, 25 pcs. Brabant cont. 92 ells, 1½ C. stockfish, 4 kettles, 1 [S old] brass pot, 3 coverlets, £17 3s.4d.

Gerard Lesbern, H, 4½ packs flax, £12

8 pcs. wax weight 10 quintals

Matthew Hynckylman, H, 1 pack with 36 pcs. soultwich cont. 17 C. 59 ells, £26 5s.

John van Derbeson, H, 4 brls. steel, £24

Herman Plough, H, 1 brl. cont. 3,000 grey skins, £25

Frank Savage, H, 1 frail 1 'bascheron' 1 basket battery, £30

George Tak, H, 1 brl. with 5 pcs. Holland cont. 113 ells, 5 pcs. tuke, 2 pcs. cottons, £7 13s.4d.

John van Armysberyn, H, 2 fardels with 5½ packs Cologne thread, £53 6s.8d.

Henry Lathuson, H, 4 lasts 6½ C. loose stockfish, 3 rolls hannovers, £82 10s.

William Grenewolt, H, 1 brl. pot ashes, 1 pack with 20 C. ells soultwich, £30 3s.4d.

35. 13 Nov. From the ship of Simon Pecheford called Mary Floure

John Fox, A, 1 small basket with 200 [S drinking] glasses, 2 brls. slip, 10s.

Peter Wolf, A, 1 chest with 2 grs. 8 doz. knives, 8½ doz. white and black rings, 1 doz. [S tin] candlesticks, 8 doz. mirrors, 2 lbs. 6 ozs. white coral, 7 doz. gold pipes, 1 grs. spurs, 14 ozs. amber, 1 pc. coarse Holland cont. 20 [S 25] ells, 100 budge skins, 3 great grs. laces, 2 grs. spectacles, 6 stocks of mirrors, 13 bundles [S doz.] mistletoe, 12 lbs. stable ('cressh') brushes, 2 grs. latten girdles, 2,400 [S 3,400] chalcedony, 3 grs. cards, 20 lbs. ginger, 1 grs. latten tucking hooks, 6 doz. pouches, 4 doz. small pouches, 3 grs. musk-balls, 4 grs. sugar loaves, 1 pouch, 1 small knife, £22 10s.

Peter Auctoris, A, 1 chest with 60 vols. diverse histories, £10

Derek Ketylhode, A, 2 stone pots with 7 glasses, 7½ lbs. broken latten, 3 lbs. stable brushes, 5 pincers, 5 copper pans weight 5½ lbs., 8s.4d.

Anthony Odindale, H, 1 pack Cologne thread, 2 bales madder, £17 6s.8d.

Matthew Hynkelman, H, 1 pack with 46 pcs. hastrey cont. 14 C. 54 ells, 3 pcs. minsters cont. C. ells, 4 pcs. Osnabrück [S cont. C. ells], £40 10s.

Hans Stut, H, 1 straw of wax weight 12 quintals

Gerard Lesbern, H, 2 straws of wax weight 16 quintals

John Greverod, H, 1 fardel with 2 bales fustian, 1 sack onion seed weight 2 C. lbs., £28 13s.4d.

Arnold van Stalle, H, 1 pack with 4 pcs. hastrey cont. C. 65 ells, 8 pcs. broad and narrow busk, 69 pcs. Holland cont. 1,612 ells, £72 16s. 8d.

Peter Syber, H, 1 fardel with 3 bales fustian, £40

Herman Slotkyn, H, 1 fardel with 2 packs Cologne thread, £26 13s.4d.

Matthew Blyterswyk, H, 1 fardel with 2 bales fustian, £26 13s.4d.

Gerard van Grove, H, 1 bale fustian, £13 6s.8d.

Herman Plough, H, 1 straw of wax weight 10 quintals

John van Armysbery, H, 1 fardel with 2 bales fustian, 2 packs Cologne thread, £53 6s.8d.

John Salmer, H, 1 frail of battery, £10

George Tak, H, 1 pack with 36 pcs. Holland cont. 902 ells, 16 [S pcs.] narrow busk, £46

Ingilbright Sevenek, H, 2 packs Cologne thread, £26 13s.4d.

William Scapehuson, H, 1 pack with 10 C. lbs. candle-wick, £5 2 straws of wax weight 20 quintals

John Questinburgh, H, 1 fardel with 82 pcs. Brabant cont. 1,938 ells, 10 pcs. Holland cont. 266 ells, £43 13s. 4d.

Hans Culle, H, 1 pack with 4 bales fustian, £53 6s.8d.

1 straw of wax weight 14 quintals

Everard Sowtherman, H, 1 pack with 28 pcs. broad busk, 36 pcs. narrow [S busk], 4 pcs. broad white busk, 1 pc. Brabant cont. 30 ells, £41 13s.4d.

Albert Falland, H, 1 straw of wax weight 11 quintals

Lambert Rotard, H, 6 brls. steel, £36

John Russynthorp, H, 2 fardels with 110 pcs. Brussels cont. 2,200 ells, £44

Tylman Barkys, H, 1 maund with 23 pcs. Osnabrück, 22 pcs. minsters cont. 3 rolls, £42

36. 13 Nov. From the ship of John Bawdewyn called Barge of Calais William Scapehuson, H, 2 straws of wax weight 21 quintals

John Questinburgh, H, 1 fardel with 2 bales fustian, £26 13s.4d.

Hans Culle, H, 1 pack with 4 bales fustian, £53 6s.8d.

1 straw of wax weight 12 quintals

Peter Syber, H, 1 fardel with 3 bales fustian, £40

Albright Falland, H, 1 straw of wax weight 11 quintals

John van Armesbery, H, 1 fardel with 4 bales fustian, £53 6s.8d.

John Russynthorp, H, 1 fardel 1 brl. with 60 pcs. Ghentish Holland cont. 1,800 ells, £45

Matthew Blyterswyke, H, 1 fardel with 3 bales fustian, £40

John Greverod, H, 1 brl. with 3½ doz. lbs. Cologne thread, 1½ doz. small coffers, 4 great writing tables, 26s.8d.

John van Strawlyn, H, 1 last soap, 1 pack 2 brls. with 21 bundles caul silk weight 42 lbs., 6 clouts Cologne silk weight 24 lbs., £44

37. 13 Nov. From the ship of William Tabbard called Maria of Boston

James Fryse, A, 1 chest with 6 grs. cards, H grs. worsted laces, 2 grs. thread laces, 2 doz. swords, 6 grs. buckles, 2 doz. lamps, 2½ [S 6½] grs. wire girdles, 4 grs. leather girdles, 23 lbs. hair, 2,000 awl blades, 10 grs. wooden beads, 18 doz. pins, 1 grs. 7 doz. pouch rings, 1 grs. 7 doz. knives, 2 doz. daggers, 3 doz. wallets ('pauteners'), 80 doz. worsted corses [S girdles], £16

James Falke, A, 1 hhd. with 16 doz. Nuremburg mirrors, C. lbs. flax, 4 grs. spectacle cases, 6 grs. pen-cases, 6 grs. ink-horns, £3 6s.8d.

Stephen Justynyan and Frank Justynian, As, 2 small pipes with Seville grain weight 260 lbs., £13

Arnold van Stalle, H, 1 pack with 7 pcs. hastrey cont. 174 [S 183] ells, 4 pcs. broad busk, 3 pcs. narrow busk, 84 pcs. Holland cont. 1,988 ells, £74 14s.

John Questynburgh, H, 1 fardel with 2 bales fustian, 1 pack Cologne thread, £40

Hans Stutte, H, 1 straw of wax weight 10 quintals

Gerard van Grove, H, 1 fardel with 3 bales fustian, 1 pack Cologne thread, £53 6s.8d.

John van Armysbery, H, 1 fardel with 2 packs Cologne thread, 3 fardels with 6 bales fustian, £106 13s.4d.

Peter Syber, H, 2 fardels with 4 bales fustian, £53 6s.8d.

John Russynthorp, H, 1 fardel with 2 bales fustian, 1 fardel with 76 pcs. and remnants cont. 1,933 ells [S Holland], £84 13s.4d.

John Greverod, H, 1 fardel with 2 bales fustian, £26 13s.4d.

John van Derbeson, H, 1 pack with 25 pcs. hastrey cont. 748 ells, 12 pcs. Holland cont. 75 ells, 13 pcs. Brussels cont. 213 ells, 12 pcs. narrow busk, 2 boards of shanks, £48

George Tak, H, 1 roll Osnabrück linen cloth, £12

John Salmer, H, 1 corf 1 frail 1 pipe battery, £30

Arnold van Stalle, H, 1 roll Osnabrück linen cloth, £12

William Grenewolt, H, 1 basket with 68 pcs. and remnants Holland cont. 703 [S 1,703] ells, £40

Hans Culle, H, 1 great vat 1 small dry vat with 18,000 calaber [furs], £75 (fn. 40) (£13 10s. del.)

Roger van Feld, H, 2 packs with 24 C. ells soultwich, 900 ells [S narrow] linen cloth, 12 pcs. Holland cont. 300 ells, £68 5s.

William Scapehuson, H, 2 straws of wax weight 22 quintals

Lambert Rotard, H, 6 brls. steel, £36

1 straw of wax weight 8 quintals

Frank Savage, H, 1 frail battery, £10

38. 13 Nov. From the ship of John Pyper called Christofer of Brightlingsea ('Brikelsey')

John Kele, A, 1 sack hemp, 1 sack flax, £3

James Falke, A, 1 chest with 26 doz. bags, 12 doz. playing-cards, £3 8s.4d.

Cornelius Smyth, A, 1 sack flax, 30s.

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39. 13 Nov. From the ship of Cornelius Johnson called Christofer of Leiden ('Legh')

John Kele, A, 1 sack hemp, 30s.

40. 1 Dec. From the ship of Lubert van Boke called Mary of the Steelyard

John Evyngar, A, 1 sack hops, 30s.

Edward Johnson and Anthony Gilbert, As, 1 brl. filings, 2 brls. with 24 grs. knives, 86 doz. [S diverse] knives, 10 grs. buckles, 1½ grs. gloves, 1 grs. [S and 24 doz.] pouches, 12 doz. hooks, 6 caskets, 4 lbs. ivory combs, 2 lbs. [S small] ivory knives, 22 [S 32] doz. pins, 1 grs. [S painted] knives, £22

Henry Fryk, H, 10 lasts loose stockfish, £100

John van Derbeson, H, 4 brls. steel, £24

James van Werd, H, 2½ lasts white herring, £10

Tylman Barkys, H, 4 lasts ashes, £4

41. 1 Dec. From the ship of John Hamond called Gabryell of London Peter la Par, A, 3 bales combs, £3

42. 4 Dec. From the ship of John Stephenis called Nicholus of Fowey Vasco Fernandus, A, 7 sorts figs and raisins, 1,500 oranges, 56s.8d.

43. 13 Dec. From the ship of John Somelso called [S Sancta] Maria of Bilbao

Anthony de Serro, A, 1,143 bales woad, £762

Stephen Justynyan', A, 82 sacks alum, 80 bales woad, £114 162s.8d.

Paul Larka, A, 86 bales woad, £57 6s.8d.

Raphael Lomelyn' and Nicholas Lomelyn', As, 10 bales woad, 1 bale paper, £7 13s.4d.

44. 18 Dec. From the ship of Michael Dyke called Blak George of Ostend

Michael Lanke, A, 1 last white herring, 1 last salt fish, £8

45. 18 Dec. From the ship of Cornelius Moche called Barbara of London

Said master, A, 9 brls. salt fish, 1 brl. with mirrors, £3 15s.

John Dedekker, A, 1 small fardel with 1,000 kid skins [S for gloves], 54 doz. gloves, £5

Michael van Prate, A, 1 sack hemp, 1 chest 1 fardel 1 small basket with diverse remnants coarse Flemish cont. 140 ells, 10 doz. mirrors, 6 doz. pouches, 12 rolls buckram, 20 daggers, 9 doz. shoes [S for children], 8 books of painted paper, 1,000 imitation chalcedony, 30 [S small] ivory combs, 2 doz. shanks, 24 pcs. steel, 5 small anvils, 170 ells coarse canvas, C. packthread, 12 lbs. blue thread, 2 frying pans, 2,000 buckles, 1 grs. [S whip] cord, 20 doz. flowers of horn and silk ('floures de home et sylk'), 8 pairs knives, £10 1s.8d.

Lewis van Dermers, A, 1 brl. with 2,500 teazles, 900 handles [S for fullers], 8 old shearmen's shears, 36s.8d.

Arnold van Stalle, H, 15 doz. and 5 red skins, £10

46. 22 Dec. From the ship of William Labye called Mighell of Dieppe

John Elyot, A, 1 case combs, 11 pouches with 9 doz. 8 pairs wool-cards, 2 doz. standishes, 1 pair standing knives, 26 reams paper, 5 grs. tin rings, 6 doz. latten 'agnus dei', 3 tin paxbreds, 3 doz. playing-tables, 20 lbs. violet powder, 3 brls. apples, 13 doz. 7 brushes, 8 qrs. walnuts, £28

John de Lapomery, A, 1 pipe 1 puncheon 1 basket 1 small case with 40 reams paper, 14 grs. playing-cards, 12 grs. thread laces, 6 grs. combs, 4 doz. small glasses, 6 daggers, 2 doz. knives, 2 hangers, 3 grs. tin rings, 1 doz. small shears, 1 grs. glasses, 6 spear-heads, 36 reams paper, 1 grs. [S latten] gold weights, £12 6s.8d.

Alan Hamond, A, 1 puncheon with 3 playing-tables, 1 bag tablemen, 1 grs. gold weights, 1 doz. gimlets, 1 doz. knives, 4 doz. razors, 2½ doz. barbers' stones, 4 doz. glasses, 1½ doz. bells, 3 grs. combs, 2½ doz. pipes, 1 doz. horse-combs, 1 doz. playing cards, 4 grs. points, 2½ grs. leather laces, 2 doz. leather girdles, 26s.8d.

47. 22 Dec. From the ship of John Goldesburgh called John Remyngton of London

John de Barde, A, 50 cases sugar, £83 6s.8d.

48. 22 Dec. From the ship of Thomas Horne called Thomas of London (fn. 41)

John de Barde, A, 50 cases sugar, £83 6s.8d.

Frederick Pryoll, A, 17 [S great] brls. raisins of Corinth, £40

49. 27 Dec. From the ship of Simon Cappis called Fryday of Purmerend ('Premerend')

Said master, A, 6 brls. stub-eels, 4 brls. kive and 3 brls. pimpernol eels, 18 brls. white herring, 2 brls. pimpernol, £23 6s.8d.

John Petirson A, 1 brl. stub-eels, 1 brl. kive and 2 brls. pimpernol eels, £4

Said master, A, fresh (fn. 42) eels, £53 6s.8d.

50. 27 Dec. From the ship of Clays Lowson called Gabriell of Purmerend

Said master, A, 2 lasts white herring, 1 last salt fish, 8 brls. stub-eels, 3½ brls. kive and 3 brls. pimpernol eels, £30 16s.8d.; fresh eels, £60

51. 27 Dec. From the ship of Simon Johnson called Barbara of Purmerend

Said master, A, 4 brls. stub-eels, 2 brls. kive eels, £8 13s.4d.; fresh eels, £33 6s.8d.

52. 27 Dec. From the ship of John Petirson called Sanctus Petrus [S Sanctus Spiritus] of Purmerend

Said master, A, [S 50] fresh eels, £21

53. 27 Dec. From the ship of James Floresson [S Florenson] called Sanctus Andreas of Purmerend.

Said master, A, 2 brls. stub-eels, 5 brls. kive eels, 2 brls. pimpernol, £9 13s.4d.; fresh eels, £24

54. 30 Dec. From the ship of James Ratesburgh called Burnet of London

Gerard van Grove, H, 1 pack Cologne thread, £13 6s.8d.

Matthew Bliterswyke, H, 2 bales madder, £4

55. 30 Dec. From the ship of Lambert Williburchen called Christofer of Flushing

Peter Peresson, A, 6 lasts 3 brls. herring, 2 lasts salt fish, 3 small brls. salt fish, 50 brls. onions, 500 paving-tiles, 80 bunches garlic, 300 cruses and pots, £35

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Footnotes

1 The Hanseatic factory in London containing the Hansards' Guildhall and wharf.
2 For Peter Auctoris (Actoris) and Henry Frankenberch, the most important alien traders in books at this period, see N. J. M. Kerling, Caxton and the Trade in Printed Books (reprinted from The Book Collector, Autumn, 1955), and E. Armstrong, 'English purchases of printed books from the Continent, 1465–1526', E.H.R., xciv (1979), 273–8.
3 ? Door catches, cf. 'door button by which the door is fastened or closed' (S. W. Beck, The Draper's Dictionary (1886), 37).
4 ? Not packed in barrels.
5 ? Herford, Westphalia: see 2 below.
6 The manufacture of felt hats flourished at St. Omer during the fifteenth century (Mémoires de la Société des Antiquaires de la Morinie, xvi (1879–81), 589–90).
7 From the valuations in the 1507 Book of Rates each 'rowle' of Herford ('Harffordes') and Osnabrück cloth should have contained 1,200 ells (Gras, 699, 701).
8 Paper packets or bundles, cf. 'ten papers or bundles of silk' (K.R. Memoranda Roll, 11 Hen. VII, E.159/272, Recorda, Michaelmas, m.6).
9 ? Sugar perfumed by mixing with essence of violet (W. Heyd, Histoire du Commerce du Levant au moyen age (Leipzig, 1923), ii, 692).
10 Probably tennis balls, which were rated 20s. the thousand in 1582 (Willan, Rates, 6).
11 i.e. in narrow barrels, usually twelve barrels to the last.
12 Smit, 1150–1485, 1308, gives 'Henaud' as an alternative form of 'Henegowen' (Hainault).
13 ? Nivelles, Brabant which had a linen industry, see Oskar de Smedt, De Engelse natie te Antwerpen in de 16 e eeuw (Antwerp, 1950, 1954), 383.
14 5 Alexander Portinarius, 256 cases sugar (30 cases powdered), Peter Vase, 12 cases sugar, Peter Andrew, 10 cases sugar, Dygo Yenes, 30 cases sugar, 9 C. 39 bowstaves.
15 ? Red skins for bowyers. An archer was most likely to wear a skin on his left forearm as a guard or a larger piece as a kind of apron.
16 A ball of light pastry, a 'puff' or sweetmeat (O.E.D.) 'Fertes with other subtilties' were served with 'Ipocras' at Archbishop Warham's enthronization feast in 1504 (J. Leland, Collectanea, ed. T. Hearne (1770), 24).
17 Mathewson: see 605 below.
18 'A number of teasels were put into a small frame, having crossed handles, eight or ten inches long. Being fitted with the thistle-heads, it formed a tool not unlike a horse curry-comb'. This tool was used to raise the nap on the surface of cloth. (A. Ure, The Philosophy of Manufactures (3rd ed., 1861), 192–3).
19 ? spangles (cf. 'pailles', Cotgrave's Dictionary).
20 Cap-makers' shears.
21 Toothed instruments used to raise a nap. Men's hats were made of a foundation of wool felted together, upon which was laid beaver down or other fine fur to produce a nap (Ure, op. cit., 190).
22 ? Cloth of Ypres or coverlets: cf. Willan, Rates, 34.
23 A barrel in which to pack armour (Manners and Household Expenses in England, ed. T. H. Turner (1841), 217, 401).
24 ? Scones stamped with the figure of Christ, as bakers often stamped their finest (pandemain) loaves (C. A. Wilson, Food and Drink in Britain (1973), 241). S omits '1½ doz. Jesus de box'.
25 Children's dolls, cf. 'puppets or babies for children' (Willan, Rates, 48).
26 ? A manger or stable (Middle English Dictionary under 'cracche').
27 A nutritious starch prepared by crushing the conns of the arum maculatum (T. B. Groves, 'On Portland Arrow-Root', Pharmaceutical Journal and Transactions, xiii (1853), 60–1).
28 The hardened white berries of mistletoe used as beads (Middle English Dictionary under 'mistel').
29 ? Ornaments or pieces of jewellery in the shape of a heart (Middle English Dictionary under 'herte' 1c).
30 Hour-glasses used in navigation for keeping the watches and timing the courses sailed (Rye Shipping Records 1566–1590, ed. R. F. Dell (Sussex Record Society, 1966), 148).
31 Arras in Artois was noted for its rich tapestry fabric (O.E.D.).
32 Cf. 'Hastrey clothe called browne hastrey the C elles xxxs.' (Gras, 699). In 1479 'Haustar' or 'halftar' cloth was imported from Brabant to make sheets (Alison Hanham, The Celys and their world (Cambridge, 1985), 212).
33 The 1558 Book of Rates has 'paynted books' but this may be an error for 'printed' (Willan, Rates, 68 n.).
34 ? Plaster, cf. 'parget' meaning plaster or roughcast (O.E.D.).
35 Cf. 'iron called fagot iron the bundle cont. 5 C.' (Willan, Rates, 35).
36 ? Chess-men.
37 Figures or representations of Christ.
38 Silk for making cauls (Willan, Rates, 54n.).
39 The merchants of Veere had been granted the same customs privileges as the Hansards on account of the aid which they and their lord, Henry of Borselle, had given to Edward IV in recovering the kingdom in 1471 (C.C.R. 1468–76, 233–4).
40 Corrected in another hand.
41 See also below, 609.
42 i.e. not salted.