Petty Custom Account 1480-1: Imports
Apr - June 1481 (nos 109-157)

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'Petty Custom Account 1480-1: Imports: Apr - June 1481 (nos 109-157)', The overseas trade of London: exchequer customs accounts: 1480-1 (1990), pp. 33-52. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=36075&strquery=Lemons Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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Apr – June 1481 (nos 109–157)

109. 2 Apr. From the ship of Thomas Bett called Kateryn Charles of London (fn. 1)

Peter Dalgay, A, 6 pipes Toulouse woad, 4 bales 2 hhds. 1 coffer combs, 1 coffer with glass, £46 10s.

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110. 2 Apr. From the ship of Thomas Andrew called Thomas Fyncham of London

Raymond Kery, A, 6 pipes Toulouse woad, £30

Peter Dalgay, A, 1 corf with combs, 50s.

111. 3 Apr. From the ship of John Heyns called Mary Neewe Condy Francis Fornandus, A, 400 lampreys, 40 sacks litmus, 40 doz. cork, 3 [S 4] doz. Portuguese skins, 1 sack bays, 50 lbs. wax, £37 8s.4d.

Gonsalvus Rodrecus [S Roderigus], A, 300 lampreys, 10,000 oranges, 40 doz. cork, 6 doz. Portuguese skins, £14 6s.8d.

Andrew Alvolus, A, 40 doz. cork, 10,000 oranges, 5 doz. Portuguese skins, 350 [S 300] lampreys, £14 10s.

112. 3 Apr. From the ship of Fouse de Vase called Porte de St. Mary (fn. 2) Fournant Deanus, A, 60,000 oranges, 400 lampreys, 6 pipes oil, 1 sort of figs and raisins, 6 sacks litmus, £44

113. 10 Apr. From the ship of Ferot de la Crosse called Margret of Réville ('Ryvell')

William Hamond, A, 20 millstones, 24 small millstones, £10

Said master, A, 4 doz. buckets, 3 doz. earthen chafing-dishes, 3s.4d

114. 14 Apr. From the ship of Lubert van Boke called Mary of the Steelyard

Lambert Rotard, H, 6 lasts ashes, £6

Henry Bevir, H, 11 lasts 11 brls. salt fish, 2 rolls cont. 2½ rolls Herford, £78

Henry Lathuson, H, 2 lasts loose stockfish, 1 pack with 10 C. ells soultwich, £35

Roger van Feld, H, 1 pack with 31 pcs. broad busk, 33 pcs. narrow [busk], £37 3s.4d.

James Frise, A, 2 hhds. with 10 doz. 5 gorgets, 4 doz. 9 gussets, 4 doz. 10 mail aprons, 1 [S mail] habergeon, 4 doz. sallets, 2 'yperling', £17 [S £16 18s.]

Peter Craye, A, 1 firkin green ginger weight 80 lbs., 3 firkins treacle weight 5 C. 14 lbs., 4 doz. 9 glass bottles, 1 pipe 1 brl. with 5 corslets, 11 breastplates, 11 brigandines, 15 pairs gussets, 2 habergeons, 3 gorgets, 1 pair mail sleeves, 1 mail hood ('capron'), 5 doz. splints, 1 mail brace, 1 pair gardbrace, 6 plates for horses' heads, 2 helmets, 4 sallets, 4 plate bevors, 6 sums nails, 2,400 buckles, 4 shoulder-plates, 4 arm plates, 2 leg-harness, 14 pairs old gloves, 1 doz. rests, 4 grs. buckles, 2½ grs. latten buckles [S bells], 2 grs. 'prage' knives, 8 doz. spurs, 2 doz. stirrups, 1 grs. wooden combs, l½ grs. silver paper, 10 doz. girdles, 1,000 beads, 8 girdles, 30 doz. razors, 3 pcs. lawn, 1 doz. [S tabor] pipes, 1 grs. silver [S thread] laces, 1 habergeon, £28 3s.4d.

115. 14 Apr. From the ship of Cornelius Nese called Mathew of Middelburg

Said master, A, 2 pokes hops weight 7 C. 14 [S 7 C. 24] lbs., 40s.

James Frise, A, 1 basket with 9½ doz. 'yperling', 5 sacks hops, £10 3s.4d.

John Sewyk, H, 10 lasts ashes, £10

116. 14 Apr. From the ship of Peter Alfonso called Sesio of Portugal Said master, A, 60,000 oranges, 10 cases sugar, 80 pcs. figs, 190 quarters figs, 4 sacks bays, 800 lampreys, 18 doz. Portuguese skins, 48 doz. cork [S 40 doz. cork, 8 doz. cork for slippers], 80 sacks 14 [S 4] small sacks litmus, £134 6s.8d.

117. 14 Apr. From the ship of Anthony Brabander called George of Middelburg

Henry Lathuson, H, 2 lasts 9 C. 1 qr. loose stockfish, 1 pack pickling cont. 10 C. ells, £39

William Grenewolt, H, 20 lasts ashes, 2 lasts soap, £28

Gerard Lesbern, H, 1 last sturgeon in wide [brls.], £12

George Tak, H, 2 sacks hemp, 2 frails battery, £23

Tylman Barkys, H, 13 lasts ashes, £13

Lambert Retard, H, 5 brls. steel, ½ last ashes, £30 10s.

Coryn Gisbright, A, 2 fardels 1 poke with 100 doz. split skins ('splitt') for hats, 32 doz. double hats, 500 doz. children's hats, 30 lbs. thread for hats, 200 ells coarse Holland, 100 doz. single hats, £7 13s.4d.

Edward Johnson, A, 1 hhd. 1 brl. with 32 doz. pins, 20 doz. spurs, 10 doz. pouches, ½ doz. latten rings, 6 doz. brigandine nails, 4 doz. bits, 4 bills, £7

John Monys, A, 1 chest 2 firkins with 6 doz. swords, 6 lbs. oil of spikenard with 1,000 glasses [S 'tothem'], 16 daggers, 8½ grs. knives, 4 grs. girdles, 6 doz. daggers, 2 grs. single feathers, 3 doz. 4 double feathers, 10 doz. gloves, 2½ grs. pouches, 21 [S 31] coarse mail sleeves, 7 mail flaps [S 'flappetts'], 13 coarse gorgets, 60 [S 4] lbs. bristles, 1 casket, £22

118. 14 Apr. From the ship of Peter Menger called Petir of Antwerp Matthew Falk, A, 2½ doz. 'yperling', 5 brls. slip, 28s.4d.

James Frise, A, 7 sacks hops, £10 10s.

Edward Johnson, A, 17 brls. slip, 2 firkins filings, 36s.8d. [S 36s.]

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

John Evingar, A, 5 sacks hops, £7 10s.

Said master, A, 600 [S white] pavingstones, 20s.

John Giles, A, 100 bundles black paper, 58s.4d.

119. 14 Apr. From the ship of Cornelius Bremer called Christofer of Arnemuiden

Said master, A, 1,500 pavingstones, 20s.

Lyon de Loo, A, 1 brl. with 40 purses, 40,000 pins, 23s.4d.

Gerard Lesbern, H, 4 sacks hops, £6

120. 14 Apr. From the ship of Peter Jacobisson called Trego of Arnemuiden

John Petirson, A, 6 lasts salt fish, £24

John Claisson, A, 21 brls. salt fish, £7

James Frise, 2 baskets with 19 doz. 4 'yperling', 3 sacks hops, £11

Edward Johnson, A, 1 chest with 2½ doz. caskets, 1 doz. pot knives, 8 lbs. copper wire, 3½ grs. [S 3 grs. 1 doz.] gloves, 14 doz. [S 6 doz. 8] swords, 18 doz. latten girdles, 7 doz. iron rings, 10 doz. sheepskins, 12½ grs. knives, 3 grs. 8 doz. pouches, £16 20d.

Christofer Johnson, A, 18 brls. salmon, £12

Martin Baker, A, 1 maund with 12 doz. red skins, 100 coarse white skins, 3 remnants Brabant linen cloth cont. 36 ells, 1 windlass for a cross-bow, 8 pairs cords, 2 lbs. thread for cross-bows, 2 trusses for cross-bows, 56s.8d. [S 55s.]

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

Albright Falland, H, 1 fardel with 100 timbers lettice, £33 6s.8d.

William Grenewolt, H, 22 lasts ashes, £22

Gerard Lesbern, H, 9 lasts 2 brls. ashes, £9 3s.4d.

Henry Lathuson, H, 3 lasts 5½ C. loose stockfish, £36

Matthew Hynkylman, H, 2 lasts 18 casks loose stockfish, £20

Tylman Barkys, H, 10 lasts ashes, £10

Hans Stut, H, 1 small fardel with 34 [S 24] timbers lettice, £11 6s.8d.

121. 18 Apr. From the ship of John Vanderwode called Mary of Malines ('Mallyng')

Griffyn van Rye, A, 1 brl. with 2 doz. painted cloths, 1 doz. mirrors, 2 doz. small coffers, 50s.

Bernard Harrysson, A, 1 brl. with 2 doz. hatters' cards, 9 latten chafing dishes, 1 basin, 1 ewer, 1 habergeon, ½ doz. candlesticks, 1½ doz. pouches, 8 brls. wine lees, 45s.

John Dancell, A, 2 chests with 2½ doz. single bonnets, 10 double bonnets, 9 doz. knives, 10 daggers, 10 doz. coloured skins, 2 complete harness, 2 head-plates for horses, 177 pcs. 18 rolls buckram, 9 small coffers with 4 doz. bonnets, £24 13s.4d.

Derik Oldekyrk, A, 1 chest 1 brl. with 13 [S 3] pcs. Brabant linen cloth cont. 353 ells, 3½ doz. gorgets, 5 doz. hatters' cards, 1 pc. raw Brabant cont. 30 ells, 34 pcs. buckram, 10 pcs. camlet, 12 pcs. Holland cont. 180 ells, £33 6s.8d. [S £33 8s.4d.]

Marcello Moris [S Mawrys], A, 3 pokes hops weight 10 C. 21 lbs., 1 brl. orchil, 1 brl. saltpetre weight 36 lbs., £4 15s.

William Grenewolt, H, 30½ lasts ashes, £30 10s.

122. 26 Apr. From the ship of Clays Thorn called Julyan of Arnemuiden

John Claysson, A, 8 lasts 11 brls. salt fish, 15 C. staplefish, £50 13s.4d.

James Harrisson, A, 1 brl. with 3½ doz. wool shuttles, 5 doz. linen shuttles, 16s.8d. [S 26s.8d.]

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

Jose Swarfeld, A, 1 small brl. filings, 1 bag with 7½ doz. pins, 1 doz. pouches, 3 doz. candle-snuffers, 36s.8d.

Matthew Hynkylman, H, 3 M. loose stockfish, £30

William Grenewolt, H, 30 lasts ashes, £30

Stephen Bramshe, H, 1 last stockfish, 14 brls. salt fish, £14 13s.4d.

123. 28 Apr. From the ship of Henry Stork called Kateryn of Hamburg Said master, H, 8 brls. salmon, 1 brl. salt fish, £5 13s. 4d.

John Simondison, A, 2 brls. salt fish, 1 brl. salmon, 5 couples of ling [S fish] 26s.8d.

124. 13 May. From the ship of James Walterson [S Wilbordson] called Jamys of Arnemuiden

Walter Derikson, A, 1 great sack with 50 doz. split skins for hats, 50 doz. double hats, 100½ doz. single hats, 600 doz. hats for boys, 4 lbs. thread for hats, £6

Deryk Marcheson, A, 2 sacks with 100 doz. split skins for hats, 80 doz. single hats, 600 doz. children's [S boys'] hats, 8 [S 1] lbs. thread for hats, £5 8s.4d. [S £5 6s.8d.]

John Stawte, A, 1 poke with 12 doz. children's [S boys'] hats, 14 doz. double hats, 1 lb. thread for hats, 6s.8d.

James Harriesson, A, 3 brls. with 2 old feather-beds, 6 old pillows, 1 coverlet, 1 pair sheets, 1 remnant brown linen cloth cont. 33 ells, 40s.

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125. 13 May. From the ship of Henry Kaster called George of Hamburg Henry Lathuson, H, 11 lasts 3 brls. tar, 4 lasts 9 brls. pitch, 400 wainscots, 1½ lasts osmund, 12 vats copperas, 3 vats 2 packs flax, 5 sacks feathers, 7 weys 30 sheaves glass, 1 pack 'Niperfeld' linen cloth cont. 14 C. ells, 4 packs pickling cont. 4 M. 5 C. ells, 2 C. oars, £175 10s.

2½ straws of wax weight 6 quintals

Herman Plough, H, 1 straw of wax weight 12 quintals

Gerard Lesbern, H, 3 packs flax, £12

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

Tylman van Howell, H, 3 lasts train oil in wide [brls.], £36

Albright Falland, H, 1 mease of copper cont. H meases, £18 1 straw of wax weight 10 quintals

Hans Swalyngburgh, H, 1 pack with 12 C. [S ells] pickling, £12

Hans Culle, H, 4 packs flax, £16

2 straws of wax weight 21 quintals

Said master, H, 4 C. 3 qrs. wainscots, 4 lasts ashes, 1 last pitch, 11½ lasts tar, 2½ C. stockfish, 2 packs narrow linen cloth cont. 100 ells, 2 small fardels with 4 pcs. cont. 300 ells 'forlaken', (fn. 3) 2 pcs. coarse Holland cont. 30 ells, £34

2 small pcs. wax weight 1 quintal

Hans Stut, H, 1 mease of copper cont. l½ meases, £18

2 straws of wax weight 16 quintals

Hans Hosterberche, H, 2 rolls Hannover linen cloth, 1 last pitch, £25

126. 17 May. From the ship of Caspar Boke called Mary of Hamburg

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

Hillibrand van Vuno, H, 1 straw of wax weight 10 quintals

Tylman van Howell, H, 3 lasts train oil in wide brls., £36

1 straw of wax weight 13 quintals

Hans Culle, H, 6 packs flax, 1 brl. 1 small basket with 51 timbers coarse grey, 50 timbers lettice, £53 8s.4d.

5 straws of wax weight 55 quintals

Said master, H, 300 wainscots, 1 vat 2 packs flax, 100 small trays, ½ roll Hannover linen cloth, 2 pcs. narrow linen cloth cont. 50 ells, £26 8s.4d.

2 small pcs. wax weight 1 quintal

Gerard Lesbern, H, 3 packs flax, £12

Albright Falland, H, 2 meases of copper cont. 2½ meases, 2½ packs flax, £34

1 straw of wax weight 12 quintals

Hans Swalyngburgh, H, 1 pack with 13 C. ells soultwich, 1 pack cont. 12 C. ells pickling, £31 10s.

Hans Hosterberche, H, 3 packs [S lasts] loose stockfish, 2 weys 1 qr. glass, ½ roll Hannover [S Herford] linen cloth cont. 4 C. ells, £40 6s.8d.

Henry Lathuson, H, 2 [S 12] vats 2 brls. copperas, 4 vats flax, 10½ lasts tar, 4 sacks feathers, 2½ lasts osmund, ½ C. oars, 3 packs pickling cont. 33 C. ells, 1 pack 'Niperfeld' cont. 9 C. ells, 2 packs soultwich cont. 24 C. ells, 1 pack with 8 C. ells soultwich and 4 C. ells Hannovers, 2 packs pickling cont. 24 C. ells, 2½ rolls Hannovers cont. 9 C. ells, 1 fardel with 3 C. ells Hannovers, £238 10s.4d.

1 straw of wax weight 16 quintals

Matthew Hynkylman, H, 200 wainscots, 27 C. loose stockfish, 1 small roll Hannover linen cloth cont. 4 C. ells, 1 chest with 2 pcs. Hamburg linen cloth cont. 100 ells, £40

Herman Plough, H, 1 straw of wax weight 8 quintals

Tylman Barkys, H, 1 straw of wax weight 11 quintals

Eggard Meir, H, 3 packs flax, 1½ lasts osmund, 2½ packs with 22 C. [S ells] pickling, 100 ells 'ulsom', (fn. 4) ½ roll 'ulsom', 1 pack soultwich cont. 10 C. ells, £60 6s.8d.

½ straw of wax weight 6 quintals

Hans Stut, H, 3 packs flax, 1 mease of copper cont. 1 [S 2] meases, £30 5 straws of wax weight 53 quintals

George Tak, H, 3 lasts stockfish, 1 roll Hannovers, 1 pack soultwich cont. 8 C. ells, 200 ells 'lemagois', (fn. 5) 1 small [S fardel] with 2 C. ells soultwich, C. ells Hannovers, £63

127. 18 May. From the ship of Cornelius Frank called Saresyn of Sluis Said master, A, 14 [S 4] pcs. resin, 2,000 Flanders' tiles, (fn. 6) 6 bundles rods, 56s.8d.

William Grenewolt, H, 7 lasts ashes, £7

128. 18 May. From the ship of Robert Monk called Mary of London Gerard Skynner, A, 14 brls. salt fish, 8 brls. gull-fish, 5½ C. salt fish, £11 10s.

129. 21 May. From the ship of William Bircham called Mari of Greenhithe

John Gerem, A, 1 maund with 1 doz. complete harness, 5 pairs brigandines, 1 doz. sallets, 1 doz. narrow splints, 4 pairs leg-harness, 4 leather coverings for sallets, £38

130. 21 May. From the ship of John Spryng [S Springham] called Kateryn of London

Lewis Fondemars, A, 1 pipe with teazles, 23s.4d.

Gabriel Furnarius, A, 1 pipe grain of Spain weight 3 qrs., £4 5s.

John Welbek, A, 1 hhd. with 1 old pair brigandines, 1 pair mail sleeves, 5½ doz. leather of diverse colours, 4 painted cloths, 3 doz. brushes, 20s.

131. 23 May. From the ship of William Philpot called Clement of London

John Elyot, A, 8 millstones, 12 panniers of glass, 2 mounts of plaster, 1 puncheon vine shoots ('vyn' graffes'), (fn. 7) 3 tin crosses, £18 16s.8d.

132. 23 May. From the ship of Cornelius Jacobisson called Mary of Faversham

Marcello Maurys, A, M. salt fish, £10

133. 24 May. From the ship of Roger Higgys called Mary Elwyn of Plymouth (fn. 8)

Janynet Gascoigne, A, 4 pipes Toulouse woad, £20

Jordan Pictz, A, 22 pipes 14 sacks cont. 64 measures Toulouse woad, £180

134. 28 May. From the ship of James Rattesburgh called Burnet of London

John Kele, A, 6 brls. nails, 1 dry vat with 8 doz. archers' sallets, 5½ doz. steel bonnets, 4 steel bonnets, 38 lbs. flax, £21 15s.

Peter Segir, A, 1 basket with 60 doz. straw hats, 8 doz. 6 St. Omer hats, 1 doz. swords, 5 [S 1] grs. spurs, £10

James Lode, A, 3 brls. salmon, 1 brl. salt fish, 46s.8d.

Tyse Selly, A, 1 pipe with 3 panes of shanks, 300 budge skins, 3 timbers coarse mink, 300 shanks, 5 timbers lettice, 4 remnants Brabant linen cloth cont. 110 ells, 3 doz. 2 papers of blue thread, 1 pc. bocasin, 16 pcs. buckram, 1 old feather-bed, 2 pairs sheets, £18

Matthew Hynkelman, H, 1 straw of wax weight 10 quintals

Frank Savage, H, 2 frails battery, £20

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

John van Strawlyn, H, 1 small fardel with 9 clouts Cologne silk, £30

John Salmer, H, 1 basket 1 'bascheron' battery, £20

Gerard van Grove, H, 2 bales madder, £4

135. 30 May. From the ship of Robert Johnson called John of Yarmouth

Oliver Bonewik, A, 2 brls. herring seam, 1 sack hemp, 12 candlesticks, 1 full of kettles, 1 cupboard with 6 remnants Flemish linen cloth cont. 30 ells, 1 doz. cushion cloths, 2 doz. knives, £4 6s.8d.

136. 1 June. From the ship of William Surdyvale called Christofer of London

John Carbrowe, A, 1 last pitch and tar, 18 spears, 6 hammers, 5 staves, 43s.4d.

137. 2 June. From the ship of Cornelius Moch called Barbara of London

William Grenewolt, H, 12 lasts ashes, 6 sacks hops, 12 pipes oil, £69

Collard Carlys, A, 1 pipe with teazles, 10 pouches, 33s.4d.

138. 2 June. From the ship of Cornelius Johnson called Christofer of Bergen-op-Zoom

James Brokare, A, 1 sack flax, 1 sack hemp, 1 pipe with 5,000 balls, £5 10s.

John Giles, A, 1 small fardel with 10 [S 2] pcs. broad busk, 13 pcs. narrow busk cont. 898 ells, £12 13s.4d.

Peter Wolf, A, 2 sacks hemp, 1 corf 1 hhd. with 1 doz. red skins, 1,600 balls, £5

Cornelius Selander, A, 1 sack flax, 1 bag flax cont. C. lbs., 1,500 cruses, 2,000 paving-tiles, 3 brls. tar, £5 16s.8d.

Gerard Lesbern, H, 2 bales madder, 2 sacks hops, £7

Arnold van Stalle, H, ½ last cork, 1 basket with 1 roll Herford linen cloth, £14

John Sewyk, H, 13 brls. tar, 23s.4d.

139. 2 June. From the ship of Robert Bigg called Valentyn of London John Bungowe, A, 1 pipe 2 hhds. 1 sack with 6 complete harness, 18 pairs leg-harness, 10 pairs vambrace, ½ doz. sallets, 3 mail faulds, 1 pair gauntlets, 8 pairs brigandines, 1 bevor, 7 doz. pairs 4 pcs. flanchards, 5 doz, mail faulds, 10 doz. 7 [S pcs.] mail gorgets, ½ doz. mail sleeves, 6 doz. straw hats, 2 brls. wine lees, ½ doz. swords, 2 candlesticks, 7 chafing-dishes, 1 staff, £41 15s.

Peter Wolf, A, 1 brl. with 19 doz. 3 pairs knives, 19 doz. small bags, 6 doz. red skins, 1 grs. spectacles, 6 doz. spurs, 1,000 awl blades, 45s.

Anthony Kele, A, 4 sacks hemp, £6

John Kele, A, 5 sacks hops, £7 10s.

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Edward Johnson, A, 1 chest 1 basket with 3 doz. daggers, 300 hafts, 8 doz. compasses, 100 pipes for candles [S candlesticks], 6 doz. small pouches, 6 doz. candle snuffers, 3 doz. mirrors, 7 grs. bells, 200 crosses, 10 doz. latten signets, 3 grs. wooden beads, 3,000 small beads, 3 grs. locks, 2 grs. razors, 15 doz. red lasch, 2 grs. flax brushes, 1,200 white sheepskins, 2 doz. lbs. thread, 8 brls. wine lees, £10 10s.

Laurence Tyman, A, 1 sack hemp, 1 basket 1 hhd. with 28 doz. caddis webs, 1 grs. worsted laces, 4 doz. needles, 2 grs. graters, 4½ doz. daggers, 5 doz. knives, 9 doz. pouches, 20 marks of shears, 24 doz. pins, 5½ doz. black rings, 1 doz. black leather, 1½ grs. compasses, 1 doz. red hides, 14 doz. black and red leather [S hides], £9 16s.8d.

Peter Segir, A, 1 basket with 80 doz. straw hats, 2 doz. swords, £5

John Cabare, A, 1 hhd. with 2 complete harness, 5 pairs leg-harness, 5 pairs brigandines, 6 sallets, 4 vambrace, 4 flanchards, 2 falls, 18 pairs [S plate] stirrups, 1 steel skull, 1 gorget, 15 swords, £10 16s.8d.

Lewis Aufan, A, 1 brl. with 17 mirrors, 4 lbs. thread, 6 small books, 2,000 bone beads, 1 small box, 1 old feather-bed, 2 images, 12 lbs. pineapple kernels, 33s.4d.

Peter Actoris, A, 1 chest with 40 vols. diverse histories, £7 10s.

John van Andwarp, A, 1 chest with 2 old feather-beds, 13 cushion cloths, 4 bench-covers, 40s.

Peter Caffer, A, 1 brl. with 7 grs. Flanders lace, 2 coverlets of tapestry work, 1 remnant Holland cont. 12 ells, 2 remnants Brabant cont. 30 ells, 4 pillows, 5 C. lbs. iron, £5 16s.8d.

Peter Mathewson, A, 2 sacks hemp, £3

George Loys, A, 1 brl. with 400 budge skins, 400 shanks, 12 furs of wild cat, 200 goatskins, 1 pc. Brabant linen cloth cont. 24 ells, 2 cushions, £8

Stephen Bramsche, H, 2 rolls Herford, 2 bolts Osnabrück cont. 63 ells, £24 10s.

Arnold van Stalle, H, 3 rolls Herford linen cloth cont. 4 rolls, £48

Tylman van Howell, H, 1 straw of wax weight 10 quintals

Matthew Hynkelman, H, 1 brl. with 76 timbers coarse grey, £19 1 straw of wax weight 6 quintals

Anthony Odyndale, H, 1 brl. with 34 bundles caul silk, 1 bundle Cologne silk, £116 13s.4d.

Matthew Bliterwike, H, 3 bales fustian, £40

John Russynthorp, H, 14 brls. white and black plate, 1 brl. latten plate, £16

John van Strawlyn, H, 1 brl. with 21 clouts Cologne silk, £70

Frank Savage, H, 1 frail battery, £10

140. 2 June. From the ship of Cornelius van Stonebarowe called Valantyn [of] Bergen-op-Zoom

John Bargeman, A, 73 skives teazles, 36s.8d.

James Brokare, A, 1 sack flax, 1 sack hemp, £3

Andrew Petirson, A, 2,000 cruses, 1 pipe with 3,000 [S 4,000] balls, £5 5s.

John Giles, A, 2 sacks 2 pokes hops, £5

John Harrys, A, 2 baskets with 460 doz. straw hats, £11 10s.

John Malyns, A, 1 small chest 1 brl. with 9 grs. tucking hooks, 30 grs. thread laces, 3½ grs. girdle hooks, 4½ grs. hooks, 9 doz. hair laces, 2 doz. key-bands, ½ doz. small pouches, 25 grs. thread points, 18 pencases, 40 doz. shears, 62 grs. wire girdles, 4 lbs. blue thread, 16 doz. knives, £3 16s.8d.

James Falk, A, 2 cases combs, 40s.

Arnold van Stalle, H, ½ last cork, 1 basket with 1 roll Herford [S Hannovers], £14

Gerard Lesbern, H, 2 bales madder, 2 sacks hops, £7

John Sewik, H, 13 brls. tar, 21s.8d.

141. 2 June. From the ship of John Brasse called George of Bergen-op-Zoom

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

Stephen Bramsche, H, 1 basket with 19 pcs. Holland cont. 450 ells and 22 [S ells], £12 [S £11 13s.4d.]

Matthew Bliterswyke, H, 2 bales madder, £4

Dorothea Selyk, A, 1 bag with 3 pcs. fustian, 2 pcs. buckram, 4 pcs. Bord Alexander, 4 pillows, 33s.4d.

John Claysson, A, 11 cradles of glass, 2 sacks hemp, £14

Andrew Petirson, A, 1,000 cruses, 30s.

Paul Housman, A, 1 dry vat with 1 feather-bed, 6 cushions, 2 pairs sheets, 1 couch-bed, 20s.

Peter Capper, A, 3 brls. cork, 20s.

John Verbrake, A, 11 lasts ashes, £11

142. 2 June. From the ship of Henry Wilburchen called Mary of Flushing

Said master, A, 3 lasts herring, 4 C. salt fish, £8

143. 2 June. From the ship of George Brasse called Bere of Bergen-op-Zoom

Gerard Lesbern, H, 2 sacks hops, £3

James Brokare, A, 1 basket with 22 doz. straw hats, 1 small brl. green ginger weight 60 lbs., 1 sack flax, £3 3s.4d.

John Cobare, A, 2 sacks hops, £3

Andrew Petirson, A, 2 baskets with 180 doz. straw hats, £4 16s.8d.

John Harrys, A, 2 baskets with 460 doz. straw hats, £11 10s.

James Falk, A, 1 basket with 4,000 balls, 40s.

John Verbrake, A, 4 brls. ashes, 1 maund with 26 frying-pans, 16s.8d.

144. 2 June. From the ship of Nicholas Jacobisson called Mary Knyght of Middelburg

John Bungowe, A, 35 brls. wine lees, £5 3s.4d.

Frank Justynyan and Augustine Justynyan, As, 18 bales woad, £12 Said master, A, 2 sacks hops, 2,000 paving-tiles, £4 6s.8d.

John Kele, A, 2 sacks hemp, £3

Peter Segir, A, ½ pack brushes, 1 corf with 30 doz. 'copyn' hats, 40s.

Peter Walkyn, A, 1 hhd. 1 fardel with 6 pcs. and remnants Brabant linen cloth cont. 140 ells, 5 printed ('prentyd') books, 23 quires printed ('prented') [S painted] papers, 9 painted cloths, £6 6s.8d.

145. 8 June. From the ship of Masse Storey called Blak Bark of Ostend Said master, A, 24 C. white herring, 20s.

146. 14 June. From the ship of Roger Bernard called Mary of London Lewis van Demers, A, 51 skives teazles, 1 pipe with teazles, 56s.8d.

Bonyfas Sambre, A, 1 fardel with 3 furs of grey, 3 furs of miniver, 100 [S tawed] lambskins, 150 budge shanks, 40 hare skins, 2 old furs of lamb, £5 6s.8d.

147. 14 June. From the ship of Peter Jacobson called Trego of Araemuiden

Anthony Odindale, H, 1½ packs Cologne thread, £20

William Grewolt, H, 18½ C. salt staplefish, 8 brls. salt fish, £21 3s.4d.

Stephen Bramsh, H, 1 roll Herford linen cloth, £12

Lambert Rotard, H, 4 brls. steel, £24

Henry Bevir, H, 2½ rolls Herford, ½ roll Osnabrück, £36

Matthew Hynkylman, H, 1 maund with 1 roll Herford linen cloth, £12

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

Tylman van Howell, H, 2 straws of wax weight 24 quintals

John Questynburgh, H, 8 bales madder, £16

John Salmer, H, 1 frail 1 'bassheron' 3 baskets battery, 1 small brl. copper weight 4 C. 40 lbs., £54 6s.8d.

Gerard Lesbern, H, 2 vats woad, £13 6s.8d.

Matthew Bliterswyk, H, 5 bales madder, 4 sacks hemp, £16

Roger van Feld, H, 1 pack with 3 rolls 80 ells Herford, 4 C. ells Osnabrück, 2 C. ells soultwich, £47 16s.8d.

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

Peter Syber, H, 2 fardels with 5 bales fustian, £66 13s.4d.

Ingilbright Sevenek, H, 1 pack Cologne thread, £13 6s.8d.

Arnold Johnson, A, 24 dog-stones, £6

William Danyell, A, 2 cupboards, 6s.8d.

Leonard Sowlyn, A, 5 brls. slip, 16s.8d.

James Falk, A, 1 hhd. 1 brl. with 12 grs. mistletoe [? beads], 4 grs. imitation mistletoe [? beads], 4 sums card nails, 1½ grs. small pouches, 5 grs. purses, 5 sums lath-nails, 1 sum red nails, 8 clouts of awl blades, 6 clouts of pack-needles, 1½ grs. locks, 10 doz. [S imitation] mistletoe [? beads], £5 6s.8d.

William Codde, A, 1 hhd. 1 basket with 1 doz. copper crosses, 8 doz. small tin bottles, 6 grs. leather girdles, 4 grs. 3½ doz. pouches, 5 doz. red skins [S leather], 4 grs. 1 doz. knives, 3 doz. latten rings, 6 doz. iron rings, 7 doz. writing tables, 5½ grs. latten girdles, 4 grs. Jews' harps ('Jue harpes'), 2 doz. [S latten] squirts, 12 lbs. stable brushes, 2½ grs. bead-stones, 4,000 glass beads, £13 13s.4d.

Edward Johnson, A, ½ brl. filings, 14 small dog-stones, 2½ lasts mustard querns, 1 hhd. with 22 pot knives, 3 doz. coffers, 62 grs. 2 doz. knives, 4 doz. sheepskins, 9 doz. spurs, 6,000 latten nails, 1 grs. small pouches, 1 grs. gloves, 3½ grs. pouches, 5 [S 6] doz. rings, £13 16s.8d.

Peter Segir, A, 1 brl. filings, 1 chest with 4 doz. 8 caskets, 15 doz. basan skins [S leather], 3 doz. hatters' cards, £6

Lewis van Demers, A, 1 pipe with teazles, 23s.4d.

John Kele, A, 3 pipes with 12,000 balls, 2 sacks flax, 2 sacks hops, 6 brls. nails, £28 10s.

Gerard Hegwold [S Hogwolt], A, 1 [S chest] with 1 doz. red skins, 5 timbers lettice, 1 painted cloth, 23 timbers grey, 1 bundle thread laces, 1 lb. ginger, £8 15s.

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148. 14 June. From the ship of Giles van Gente called Jamys of Reimerswaal

Said master, A, 3,000 bricks, 4 C. white salt, £3 [S £4]

149. 14 June. From the ship of Henry Brete called Clement of Ostend Baltasar Edgare [S Odgar], A, 22 C. salt staplefish, 2 M. herring, 10 [S salt] ling fish, £22 13s.4d.

150. 14 June. From the ship of Lubert van Boke called Mary of the Steelyard

Stephen Bramsche, H, 1 roll Herford linen cloth, £12

Lambert Rotard, H, 8½ brls. steel, £51

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

Matthew Hynkylman, H, 1 straw of wax weight 8 quintals

William Scapehuson, H, 2 guns, £4 1 straw of wax weight 11 quintals

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

Tylman van Howell, H, 1 straw of wax weight 11 quintals

Tylman Barkys, H, 1 straw of wax weight 11 quintals

John Salmer, H, 1 'bascheron' [S 1] basket battery, £20

Roger van Feld, H, 1 pack Herford linen cloth cont. 3 rolls, 11 pcs. soultwich cont. 3 C. ells, £40 10s.

John Russyngthorp, H, 1 tun oil, £4

Henry Lathuson, H, 1 great brl. osmund, 10s.

Frank Savage, H, 1 frail battery, £10

Edward Johnson, A, 14 dog-stones, £3 10s.

Arnold Johnson, A, 24 dog-stones, £6

151. 14 June. From the ship of William Petyte called Christofer of Weymouth

Gerard van Grove, H, 4 bales fustian, 1 pack Cologne thread, £66 13s.4d.

John Stakylhuson, H, 1 dry vat with 22 clouts Cologne silk, 67 bundles caul silk [S silk for cauls], £296 13s.4d.

Anthony Odyndale, H, 1 pack Cologne thread, 1 brl. with 27 clouts Cologne silk, 44 bundles caul silk, £250

John Questynburgh, H, 1 pack Cologne thread, £13 6s.8d.

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

John Salmer, H, 1 'bascheron' 4 baskets battery, £50

Matthew Bliterswyk, H, 2 bales fustian, 1 sack hemp, £28 3s.4d.

Peter Syber, H, 4 fardels with 8 bales fustian, 1 pack Cologne thread, £120

Ingelbright Sevenyk, H, 2 packs Cologne thread, £26 13s.4d.

Lambert Rotard, H, 6½ brls. steel, £39

John van Strawlyn, H, 1 pack Cologne thread, £13 6s.8d.

152. 14 June. From the ship of John Goldesburgh called John of London

Derek Heer [S de Heyr], A, 2 vats with 7,000 teazles, 3 doz. caskets, 3 pcs. Holland cont. 46 [S 66] ells, l½ doz. shirts, 13 doz. knives, 1 doz. daggers, 18 pouches, 2 table-cloths, 2 pairs cappers' shears, 3 [S 4] doz. 'dressyng' pins, 2 forcers, 3 doz. beads, l½ doz. mirrors, ½ doz. small coffers, 18 doz. points, £5 3s.4d.

Frank Justynyan, A, 1 brl. Spanish grain weight 33 lbs., 33s.4d.

153. 14 June. From the ship of Robert Alcok called Leonard of London James Bolle [S Falk], A, 1 hhd. 1 brl. with 12 doz. brushes, 6,000 glass beads, 4 doz. imitation mistletoe [? beads], 1½ grs. razors, 1 bag [S with] bells, 2 doz. needles, 1 grs. locks, 4 grs. spectacles, 3 doz. wooden beads, 44 doz. glass beads, £3 13s.4d.

154. 14 June. From the ship of John Wodeles called Thomas Basset of London

John Questynburgh, H, 1 fardel with 2 packs Cologne thread, £26 13s. [S and 4d.]

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

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

John Salmer, H, 1 'bascheron' 1 frail 1 pipe 2 baskets battery, £50

Gerard Lesbern, H, 1 straw of wax weight 11 quintals

Peter Syber, H, 4 fardels with 8 [S 7] bales fustian, £106 13s.4d.

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

Lambert Rotard, H, 5 brls. and 6 half brls. steel, £48

John van Strawlyn, H, 1 pack Cologne thread, £13 6s.8d.

John Kele, A, 5 brls. nails, £10

155. 14 June. From the ship of Robert Johnson called Martyn of Middelburg

John Semoye, A, 1 dry vat with 12 pairs old sheets, C. lbs. flax, 7 [S diaper] table-cloths and towels, 1 quilt, 2 pillows, 1 feather-bed, 2 curtains, 43s.4d.

156. 14 June. From the galley of Bernard Bondymer (fn. 9) [of Venice] Andrew Caruse 'qd' (? quodam: for a certain) (fn. 10) Jane, A, 1 bag with 1 bushel sponges, 6s.8d.

Alesio Summa for George, A, 1 brl. soap, 13s.4d.

Alesio de Catero for Damyan [S crossbowman], A, 1 bag pepper weight 100 lbs.,£4

Allegreto de Catero, crossbowman ('balastrer'), A, 1 chest soap weight 4 [S 3] C. lbs., 1 small chest soap weight C. lbs., 1 carpet, 53s.4d.

Andrew George Peron, 'iuratte', (fn. 11) A, 200 'trumpe' (fn. 12) glasses, 500 sponges, £3 6s.8d.

Beasip de Lago for Drago, A, 2 carpets, 1 brl. oil, 3 pcs. camlet, 2 brls. succade weight C. lbs., 150 'trumpe' (fn. 12) glasses, 2 chests soap weight 12 C. lbs., £15 15s.

Beasio Dulcimo [S de Dulcenio] for Nicholas, A, 1 chest soap weight 3½ C. lbs., 46s.8d.

'Comito' (fn. 13) [S of the galley], A, 1 chest with 150 lbs. stavesacre, 1 small bag coloquintida, 4 brls. succade weight 2 C. lbs., £6

Dominico de Bodna for Stephen, A, 60 pcs. soap weight C. lbs., 1 brl. soap, 1 bag setwall weight 12 lbs., 100 bocals, 40s.

Damyan Pastrovichio for Luke, A, 1 brl. soap, 1 bag with 50 pcs. soap, 2 carpets, 40s.

Damyan Pastrowichio for Ralph, crossbowman, A, 2 brls. oil, 12 carpets, £9 6s.8d.

Dymytrio de Sancto George for Novello, 1 chest soap weight 5 C. lbs., 1 brl. treacle weight ½ C. lbs., 120 'trumpe' (fn. 12) glasses, 5 standishes, £5

Francis de Catero, 'palomber', (fn. 14) A, 1 brl. oil, 13s.4d.

Francis de Meseo, gentleman, A, 4 pcs. camlet, 1 fardel silk ('seda') weight 30 lbs., 7 carpets, £18 13s.4d.

George Dantyvery for Nicholas, A, 1 brl. orpiment weight 2 C. lbs., 33s.4d.

George de Sancta Maria for Ralph, A, 3 carpets, 3 small cypress coffers, 28 standishes, 15 mazers, 473 bocals, 1 chest soap weight 6 C. lbs., 150 sponges, 1 brl. oil, £10

George de Camsa for Furio, 2 branches coral with 1 silver coral [S silver shell], 3 pairs small coral beads, 1 lb. latten thimbles, 1 great sack with sponges, 1 brl. oil, 5 carpets, 1 brl. succade weight 40 lbs., 2 chests pepper weight 1,000 lbs., 1 chest pepper weight 400 lbs., 1 fardel silk weight 16 lbs., £67

George Caruse, crossbowman, A, 1 chest soap weight 5 C. lbs., 1 chest pepper weight 100 [S 50] lbs., £5 6s.8d.

George de Sancto George for Nadale, A, 2 pcs. camlet, 4 carpets, 100 powder-boxes [S of painted wood], 1 bag pepper weight 240 lbs., 1 chest soap weight 6 C. lbs., £18

George de Scutery for Sancte, A, 1 bag with 100 sponges, 1 brl. treacle weight C. [S ½ C.] lbs., 1 chest soap weight 6 C. lbs., £5 5s.

George de Lago, 'previour' (fn. 15) [S 'purner'], A, 1 brl. oil, 170 bocals, 1 chest 1 great brl. soap weight 15 C. 1 qr. 12 lbs. [S and 1 great brl. soap weight 2½ C.], 1 brl. raisins of Corinth, 1 chest with glasses, 1 small chest with knives, £16

George de Catero for Dimitrio Penose, A, 1 chest soap weight 3 C. lbs., 2 bags frankincense weight C. lbs., 3 pcs. long [S camlet], 2 pcs. [S short coarse] camlet, £10

George de Jara [S for] crossbowman, A, 1 chest soap weight 6 C. lbs., 2 bags soap weight 2 C. lbs., 1 brl. succade weight C. lbs., £7

John de Bodna for Ralph, A, 2 apes, 40s.

John de Antivery for Pero, A, 1 brl. oil, 13s.4d.

John de Luderyn' for Dimitrio, 1 brl. treacle weight ½ [S 1] C. lbs., 18s.4d.

John Camsa, 'sotto', (fn. 16) A, 2 bales dates, 1 great chest with 4 C. lbs. dates, 3½ C. lbs. soap, 1 bag silk weight 25 lbs., £18 13s.4d.

Jeronimo de Poela for George, A, 1 brl. oil, 13s.4d.

John Sebemco, crossbowman, A, 20 bocals, 200 boxes citronade, 1 sack with 600 sponges, 1 brl. treacle weight ½ C. lbs., £3 16s.8d. [S £3 6s.8d.]

John de Asdryna for Stephen, A, 1 small bag glass beads cont. 500,10s.

John Masarachio for Nicholas, A, 2 hens ('gallin'), 13s.4d.

John de Squetery, red ('rosso') (fn. 17) crossbowman, A, 1 chest soap weight 5 C. lbs., 1 bag pepper weight 12 lbs., £3 15s.

John de Monte Famul, 'comito', (fn. 13) A, 2 small brls. treacle weight 40 lbs., 13s.4d.

John de Bodna, gunner ('bombardere'), A, 1 [S great] brl. oil, 13s.4d.

John Bombarder, A, 1 chest with 11 pcs. camlet, 2 pcs. fine says, 10,000 needles, 1 pc. 'kateram' weight 3 lbs., 3 carpets, 17 [S 14] kips gold skins, £26 13s.4d. [S £23 13s.4d.]

Luke de Bodna for Ralph, A, 1 brl. oil, 1 chest soap weight 5 C. lbs., £4

Luke de Catero for Ralph, A, 3 chests 1 case soap weight 16 C. lbs., 12 carpets, 1 brl. green ginger weight 25 lbs., 5 pcs. camlet, 1 brl. succade weight C. lbs., 4 brls. raisins of Corinth, 1 brl. oil, 180 bocals, 20 nests of cypress coffers, 100 sponges, 100 'trumpe' (fn. 12) glasses, £34 10s.

Lazaro de Seta for Paul, A, 1 brl. oil, 1 brl. treacle weight 2 C. lbs., 1 bag. pepper weight [S 1½ C.], 60 bocals, 1 carpet, £8 10s.

Luke de Squetery for Paul, A, 1 brl. oil, 1 brl. succade weight 25 lbs., 1 fardel silk weight 12 lbs., £5

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Leonard Purveour, A, 1 firkin raisins of Corinth, 10s.

Michael de Sancta Maria for Jane, A, 1 box with 50 pomanders, 31 [S 21] carpets, 2 brls. prunes, 1 great sack with sponges, 2 brls. [S 1 small brl.] prunes weight 1 qr., 1 chest pepper weight 500 lbs., 10 sugarloaves weight 80 lbs., 1 doz. nuts, 60 standishes, 3 coffers, 30 pcs. 2 brls. soap, 100 boxes citronade, 1 chest soap weight 5 C. lbs., £45 7s.6d.

Michael de Sancta Maria, 'palomber', (fn. 14) A, 1 brl. treacle weight C. lbs., 1 brl. oil, 1 great brl. soap weight (blank in MS), £3 13s.4d.

Michael Deantivery for Pero, A, 1 brl. oil, 1 brl. treacle weight 50 lbs., 200 sponges, 1 chest soap weight 5 C. lbs., £5 10s.

Maryn' de Sancto Georg' for Novello, A, 1 balet pepper weight 300 lbs., 150 bocals, 27 nuts, 2 [S 1] small pc. brazil weight 16 lbs., 100 'trumpe' (fn. 12) glasses, £15

Mononyn' de Candia, counsellor ('homine de consilio'), (fn. 18) A, 1 chest with glasses, 26s.8d.

Nicholas Maserachio for Ralph, A, 10 carpets, 1 chest pepper weight 250 lbs., [S drinking glasses], 7 pcs. camlet, 100 nuts, 4 boxes turbith weight 20 lbs., 3 boxes sarcocolla weight 30 lbs., 1 chest soap weight 4 C. lbs., 2 small barrels 1 bag orpiment weight 1½ C. lbs., 1 doz. files, ½ lb. coral, 60 copper rings with stones, 100 bocals, 3 brls. oil, £36

Nicholas Caruse for Jane [S James], A, 1 brl. oil, 13s.4d.

Nicholas de Squetery for Andrew, A, 2 chests with [S diverse] glasses, 150 lbs. pepper, £20

Nicholas de Crayna for George, A, 2 brls. oil, 1 brl. confections weight 75 lbs., 1 chest soap weight 2 C. lbs., £4 [S £3 18s.4d.]

Nadale de Sancto Georgio for Nadale, A, 5 carpets, £3 6s.8d.

Novello de Sancta Maria for Jane, A, 7 carpets, 1 brl. succade weight 25 lbs., 1 fardel silk weight 6 lbs., 1 chest pepper weight 400 lbs., £23

Nadale de Lago for Nicholas, A, 1 brl. oil, 13s.4d.

Nicholas Daldamo for Andrew, A, 1 fardel silk weight 6 lbs., 28 lbs. pepper, 1 brl. oil, £3 13s.4d.

Nadale Sosina for George, A, 1 brl. oil, 1 carpet, 1 sack with 300 sponges, 1 chest soap weight 4 C. lbs., £5

Nadale de Antyvery for Nicholas, A, 1 brl. oil, 13s.4d.

Nicholas Sosyna for Damyan, A, 60 'trumpe' (fn. 12) glasses, 1 bag with 13 nuts, 1 bag pepper weight 200 lbs., £8

Nicholas Caruse, crossbowman, A, 1 chest soap weight 6 C. lbs., 1 brl. oil, 1 bag pepper weight 250 lbs., 180 [S 80] bocals, £15

Novello Compano, A, 4 old gilt girdles, 1 chest soap weight 4½ C. lbs., 1 butt lemons, £5

Nicholas de George, crossbowman, A, 1 brl. succade weight C. lbs. [S ½ C.], 2 boxes turbith weight 4 lbs., 2 boxes aloes weight 4 lbs., 50s.

Novello de Sancta Maria for Dimitrio, A, 1 brl. soap, 2 fardels silk weight 40 lbs., £14

Novello de Antyvery for Ralph, A, 1 brl. oil, 42 [S C.] bocals, 1 bag pepper weight 250 lbs., 5 pcs. sendal, 6 carpets, 1 chest soap weight 5 C. lbs., 1 brl. succade weight C. lbs., £25

Nicholas Somma for Martin, A, 1 great brl. capers, 1 brl. oil, 1 brl. green ginger weight 40 lbs., 8 pcs. camlet, 1 fardel silk weight 20 lbs., 23 carpets, 1 ape, 100 sponges, 1 chest pepper weight 300 lbs., [S glasses and citronade], 1 brl. treacle weight [S 50 lbs.], 1 brl. orpiment weight 40 lbs., 1 brl. coloquintida weight 40 lbs., £48 [S £51]

Nicholas de Castello Novo for George, A, 1 bag soap weight 1 qr., 3s.4d.

Nicholas de Antivery for Pero, A, 1 brl. raisins of Corinth, 100 bocals, 50s.

Nicholas de Catero de la Porta, A, 1 small bale pepper, £25

Nicholas Maserachio, 'portulat', (fn. 19) A, 1 fardel silk weight 60 lbs., £20

Nicholas de Sancta Maria for Andrew, A, 1 fardel silk weight 12 lbs., 1 small brl. succade weight ½ C. lbs., 1 chest soap weight 3 C. lbs., £6 10s.

Novello de Lago for Drago, A, 1 bag soap weight ½ [S 1½] C. lbs., 20s.

Paul Lago for Nadale, A, 1 pc. camlet, 1 chest pepper weight 300 lbs., 1 chest soap weight 5 C. lbs., 100 bocals, £16 16s.8d.

Pero [S Peter] de Squtery for Sancte, A, 1 carpet, 1 brl. succade [S weight] 75 lbs., 1 brl. treacle weight [S 50] lbs., 1 brl. oil, 1 chest soap weight 6C. lbs., £7 8s.4d.

Primo de Squtery for Andrew, A, 1 brl. succade weight 25 lbs., 8s.4d.

Pero de Sancte Leo Grobissa, A, 1 brl. raisins of Corinth, 1 brl. oil, 1 brl. treacle weight 60 lbs., 1 bag with 300 sponges, 1 chest soap weight 5 C. lbs., 18 standishes, £8 5s.

Pero [S de] Sosina for Novello Supissa, A, 2 brls. raisins of Corinth, £4

Pero de Bodna for Novello, A, 50 bocals, 1 chest prunes weight 5 C. lbs., 1 chest pepper weight 450 lbs., 2 [S 1] hhd. prunes, £26

Ralph de Sancto Nicholo, crossbowman of the galley of George, (fn. 20) A, 1 brl. prunes, 1 small brl. succade weight 25 lbs., 1 chest with 1 bag silk weight 7 lbs., 1 box coral weight 6 ozs., 2 lbs. ribbons, 3 carpets, 7 standishes, 3 C. lbs. soap, 2 carpets, £10 13s.4d.

Ralph de Sancto George for Mark, A, 1 brl. treacle weight ½C. lbs., 16s.8d.

Ralph de Monte Pusillo for Jane, A, 2 carpets, 20 standishes, ½C. apples, 1 brl. oil, 1 small chest with shears and beads, 1 chest soap weight 4½ C, £6 11s.8d.

Ralph de Sosina for Nicholas, A, 1 brl. oil, 1 brl. treacle weight 20 lbs., 20s.

Ralph Pastrowichio for Pero, A, 1 brl. oil, 13s.4d.

Ralph Caruse for Jane [S James], A, 1 brl. oil, 13s.4d.

Ralph de Bodna for Michael, A, 1 brl. oil, 1 brl. treacle weight 25 lbs., 21s.8d.

Ralph de Sancto Nicholo for Nicholas, A, 1 small chest prunes weight 2 C. lbs. 1 qr., 36s.8d.

Ralph Campano for Pero, A, 310 bocals, 30s.

Ralph Patrovichio for George, A, 1 brl. soap, 13s.4d.

Stephen Caruse for Jane, A, 80 copper rings with stones, 12 carpets, 100 'trumpe' glasses, (fn. 12) 1 lb. coral, 1 great grs. thimbles, 4 boxes turbith weight 17 lbs., 4,000 brigandine nails, 6 doz. files, 100 nuts, 1 qr. enamel, £18 16s.8d.

Stephen de Lago for Michael, A, 5 long pcs. camlet, 5 carpets, 2 brls. oil, 1 small sack with 100 sponges, 1 brl. succade weight ½ C. lbs., 1 ape, 130 bocals, 2 chests pepper weight 600 lbs., 1 chest soap weight 4½ [S 6] C. lbs., £44 13s.4d.

Stephen de Sancto Nicholo for Damyan, A, 1 bag with 1 mark of shears, 1 brl. with glass beads and shears, 1 bag soap weight 3 qrs., 5 glass pots, 1 griffin's egg ('grypes hegg'), (fn. 21) £3

Stephen Cateryn', A, 1 cloth sack with 40 carpets, 17 pcs. camlet, £43 13s.4d.

Stayo de [S Monte] Nigro for Damyan, A, 1 brl. treacle weight C. lbs., 33s.4d.

Sancto Malapero, gentleman, A, 6 carpets, 1 chest with 19 pcs. camlet, £23

Trevaso de Luderyn' for 'producuno' [S dicuno], A, 2 brls. soap, 26s.8d.

Angelo de Nicholo, purser ('skryven'), (fn. 22) A, 1 butt 21 bales dates, £30 13s.4d.

Nicholas de Angelo, assistant purser ('skryvenelle'), (fn. 23) A, 3 chests with glasses, 11½ brls. enamel weight 2 C. 30 lbs., 1 small fardel silk, £50

Nicholas de Sosina for Damyan, A, 1 fardel with 12 lbs. [S silk], 10 lbs. cloves, 1 carpet, £5 6s.8d.

Allegreto de Jara, A, 1 fardel with 7 [S 11] long pcs. 1 remnant camlet, £14

Ralph de Sancto Georgio for George, A, 2 sacks with 200 sponges, 120 bocals, 340 'trumpe' (fn. 12) glasses, 1 brl. succade weight 25 lbs., 1 bag pepper weight 325 lbs., 2 chests soap weight 9 C. lbs., £23

Nicholas de Sosina for Damyan, A, 1 carpet, 6s.8d.

Peter Pastrovichio for Nadale, A, 300 [S 450] bocals, 1 chest pepper weight 400 lbs., £17 15s.

Said patron (fn. 24) [S Bernard Bondemer, patron of the galley], A, 4 bales pepper [S weight 120 lbs.], 3 brls. cloves, 2 cases cinnamon [S weight 32⅓ lbs.], 34 cases soap [S weight 45 lbs.], £267

Nicholas Dedo, A, 1 brl. frankincense, 4 balets brazil, 1 chest with 20 [S 10] pcs. camlet, 1 pc. black satin, 1 pc. green satin [S 1 pc. satin cont. 22 yds., 1 pc. old satin cont. 18 yds.], 2 pcs. narrow says, 4 pomanders, £70

Francis Nave [S Novo], A, 4 small cases soap weight 8 C. lbs., £5 6s.8d.

Damyan de Catero for Novello, A, C. 90 bowstaves, 1 chest 1 bag pepper weight 450 lbs., £20

Maryn' Monsenego, A, 1 remnant cloth of gold cont. 10 yds., 3 bales ginger, 1 brl. nutmegs, 67 bales pepper, 7 brls. cloves, 5 cases cinnamon, 2 brls. mace, 1 bale sanders, 1 bale carpets [S cont. 31], £2,425

Laurence Lorydan', A, 1 fardel with 16 [S 6] carpets, £10 13s.4d.

Alewiso Conteryn', A, 2 cases cinnamon, 19 [S 9] bales pepper, 6 brls. cloves, 2 bales brazil, 3 bales silk, 1 chest with 21 pcs. long camlet, 1 case with 26 doz. Cyprus kerchiefs, £920

Jeronimo Teople [S Typolo], A, 1 box borax weight 8 lbs., 1 case powdered sugar, 28 cases Messina sugar, 1 brl. mace, 6 brls. green ginger, 4 bales silk weight 300 lbs., £218

Damyan de Nigron', A, 1 bale pepper, £30

Anthony Bavaryn', A, 5 bales silk weight 300 lbs., 1 bale indigo [S cont. 80 lbs.] 2 bales brazil weight M. 50 lbs., 34 butts raisins of Corinth, 1 brl. mace, 8 [S 7½] bales pepper, ½ bale cloves, 1 case cinnamon, 5 M. 8 C. 56 bowstaves, £812

Benedict Bonvise, A, 2 brls. oil, 2 brls. 3 qrs. 1 butt [S ¼ butt] raisins of Corinth, 4 cases soap, 1 fardel silk weight 25 lbs., 1 brl. with 19 kips gold skins, £31 6s.8d.

Stephen Fesaunt, A, 1 bale silk weight 25 lbs., £8 6s.8d.

George Trevesan, A, 1 [S case] cassia fistula weight 147 [S 127] lbs., 1 case euphorbium weight 2 C. lbs., 3 bales silk weight 150 lbs., £54

John de Barde, A, 1 fardel with books, 20s.

Cosma Spenell', A, 9 bales Moorish wax weight 34 C. lbs., £68

John Ambros de Nygron', A, 2 bales silk weight 100 lbs., £33 6s.8d.

Nicholas Lomelyn', A, 29 bales almonds weight 3 M. 8 C. lbs., £43 10s. (£29 del.)

John Andrew Sene, A, 17 [S 7] cases soap, £28 6s.8d.

Paul Fustaryno, A, 60 carpets, £40

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157. 22 June. From the ship of Thomas Cotton called Christofer of London

Joys van Aysshe, A, 3 pipes 1 hhd. with 5 pcs. 4 rolls buckram, 4 pcs. treillis, 2 pcs. Flemish linen cloth cont. 80 ells Flemish, 9 pcs. and remnants coarse Holland cont. 129 ells, 1 doz. weavers' spools, 12 doz. spectacles, 12,000 card heads, 18 pairs wool-cards, 6 caps, £12

Footnotes

1 See also below, 615.
2 ? Puerto de Santa Maria, Cadiz prov., S.W. Spain.
3 Voorlaken, cloth made from the first crop of wool (Smit, 1485–1585, p. 1527).
4 ülzen, Hanover prov. N.W. Germany.
5 ? Limoges, Haute-Vienne dep., France. Limoges when applied to textiles usually indicates a type of embroidery, blue or same colour as ground. I am indebted for this information to Mr. J. Nevinson.
6 See above, 68 n.
7 The ash from burnt vine shoots was used to make a medical plaster (A. Evans (ed.), Pegolotti (Francesco Balducci), La Pratica della Mercatura (Cambridge, Mass., 1936), 430).
8 See also below, 618.
9 The 1480 fleet of three Venetian state galleys, including that of Bernard Bondymer, had entered Southampton on 12 February 1481. After staying there for more than three months Bondymer's galley left for London and the other two for Flanders (The Port Books of Southampton for the Reign of Edward IV, 1469–1481, eds. D. B. Quinn and A. A. Ruddock (Southampton, 1937–8), II, xxix).
10 Hereafter calendared simply as 'for'. It seems probable that this and subsequent entries indicate that Italian merchants were handling merchandise on behalf of certain members of the crew or other merchants.
11 ? The 'padrone giurato' who was in command of the personnel on board the galley between the bow and the mainmast (C. Manfroni, 'Cenni Sugli Ordinamenti Delle Marine Italiane Del Medio Evo', Rivista Marittima (Rome, 1898) 473, 485). Cf. 'Tamiso Peron Jurato' of the galley of Baley Trevisan at Southampton in 1481 (The Port Books of Southampton for the Reign of Edward IV, op. tit. 193).
12 ? Flared or trumpet-shaped glasses, a common shape for Venetian goblets.
13 The mate who was in command of the personnel on board between the stern and the mainmast (C. Manfroni, loc. tit.).
14 Palombaro: a sailor charged with mooring the galley and keeping watch on the mooring rope (A. Jal, Glossaire nautique (Paris, 1848), 1119).
15 ? Prodiere (Venetian 'proviere'): an oarsman who rowed and steered at the bow (G. Bertoni, Dizionario di Marina Medievale e Moderno (Rome, 1937), 686–7).
16 Probably for 'sotto comito' the second mate (Jal, op. tit., 1370).
17 'Rosso' was a term used to describe a soldier of the free corps, each of whom wore a red cape or surcoat (A. Guglielmotti, Vocabolario Marino e Militare (Rome, 1889), 1523).
18 Each galley had a counsellor, an experienced man who, subject to the authority of the captain or patron, gave orders regarding matters of navigation and kept the charts and portolanos (Manfroni, loc. cit.; Jal, op. cit. 503).
19 Portolato: an oarsman who set the stroke for the others; also, a stern oarsman (Jal, op. tit., 1208; M. E. Mallett, The Florentine Galleys in the Fifteenth Century (Oxford, 1967), 202).
20 The galley of Alowisus George, patron, which had reached Southampton in company with that of Bernard Bondemer (The Port Books of Southampton for the Reign of Edward IV, op. cit. xxix).
21 The egg of the Griffin or vulture, also a cup or vessel made of a similar (? ostrich) egg (Middle English Dictionary).
22 The purser was a quasi-public official who paid the crew and also kept accounts of all merchandise loaded and unloaded (Manfroni, loc. cit.).
23 The assistant purser kept account of the amount spent on food on the galley (ibid. 487).
24 The commander of galley. Each galley was leased by the senate to the nobleman who was the highest bidder, provided that the latter was a capable person of proper age and with reliable financial backers. The patron had to recruit and pay the necessary officers and crew and follow the senate's instructions for the voyage. He received payments from the merchants for their board and freight charges on goods exported and imported and also traded on his own account (ibid. 472–3, 484; F. C. Lane, Venice and History (Baltimore, 1966), 45–52).