Market Privileges 1381-1385

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Hannes Kleineke

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'Market Privileges 1381-1385', Borough Market Privileges: The hinterland of medieval London, c.1400 (2006). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=51628 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Date ? Place ? Description ?
30/07/1381CambridgeshireOrder to the escheator in Cambridgeshire to seize into the king's hand all great beasts, sheep, fish, honey and other victuals meet for the expenses of the king's household, which are forfeit to the king for whatever cause in that county and to keep them for that purpose. [CCR 1381-85, 7]
11/05/1381 Andover (Hampshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John Peusay of Andover for non-appearance to answer Adam Stable, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £8. [CPR 1377-81, 622]
07/02/1381 Attleborough (Norfolk)
Newton (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in Middlesex to Thomas Brampton of Attleborough for non-appearance to answer Walter Elyot of Newton for a debt of 40s. and to restore a horse, value 60s. [CPR 1377-81, 555]
10/12/1381Beverley (Yorkshire)Grant to the burgesses and good men of Beverley of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1381-85, 59]
18/10/1381Bridgend (Lincolnshire)Grant to the prior of St Saviour's Bridgend of pontage for 2 years for the repair of the bridge of Bridgend. [CPR 1381-85, 44]
06/12/1381Bridgnorth (Shropshire)Grant to the burgesses and good men of Bridgenorth of murage and pontage for 10 years. [CPR 1381-85, 69]
15/02/1381Buckingham (Buckinghamshire)Pardon of his outlawry in Buckinghamshire to William Goddis of Buckingham for non-appearance to answer John Oundell of Buckingham for a debt of £16. 4s. [CPR 1377-81, 593]
01/05/1381Burnham (Buckinghamshire)Demise by John Muriel, parson of Wortham to Robert, son of Ralph de Hemenhale, knight, and Joan his wife of the manor of Burnham, and its appurtenances, including "markets and fairs". [CCR 1377-81, 512]
12/02/1381 Hastings (Kent)
Romney (Kent)
Hythe (Kent)
Sandwich (Kent)
Dover (Kent)
Rye (Sussex)
Winchelsea (Sussex)
Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow the barons of the Cinque Ports to use and enjoy all their liberties granted by charters of former kings and confirmed by the king, including quittance of all toll and custom, namely lastage, tallage, passage, rivage, quayage, wreck, sale, achat, rachat and sponsagium throughout the king's land and power and to be quit concerning all their property and all their market as are the king's free men. [CCR 1377-81, 427]
25/10/1381 Cliff-at-Hoo (Kent)
Plymouth (Devon)
London
Southwark (Surrey)
Order to the king's searchers in the port of Plymouth to deliver to Stephen Hales of Southwark 2 long cloths, one black, one tawney, which he recently loaded into a ship of Cliffe and paid customs for in the port of London to take abroad, and when the ship came to Plymouth the cloth was arrested because Hales was unable to produce letters of cocket. [CCR 1381-85, 22]
25/11/1381 Colchester (Essex)
Norwich (Norfolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in Norfolk to Geoffrey Dawe of Colchester for non-appearance to answer the prior of Holy Trinity, Norwich, for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1381-85, 40]
15/02/1381 Coventry (Warwickshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Richard Ayrdale of Coventry for non-appearance to answer William Venour of London for a debt of £22. 13s. 4d. [CPR 1377-81, 593]
09/12/1381Dorchester (Dorset)Grant to the bailiffs of Dorchester of pontage for 3 years for the repair of the bridge over the Thames. [CPR 1381-85, 64]
12/03/1381 Dover (Kent)
York (Yorkshire)
Order to the prior of Dover for the time being and all his officers and ministers to allow the citizens of York, their heirs and successors to enjoy all their liberties granted by charters of former kings and confirmed by the king, including quittance of toll, lastage, wreck, pontage, passage, and trespass throughout England, Normandy, Aquitaine, Anjou and Poitou and the ports and sea coasts thereof. [CCR 1377-81, 442]
01/05/1381Droitwich (Worcestershire)Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Droitwich of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1377-81, 619]
06/02/1381 Exning (Suffolk)
Brentwood (Essex)
Pardon of his outlawry in Suffolk to William Pottok of Brentwood for non-appearance to answer John Belamy of Exning for a debt of £10. [CPR 1377-81, 533]
01/02/1381 Fordwich (Kent)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John Fox, mariner of Fordwich, for non-appearance to answer Walter Doget, citizen and vintner of London, for a debt of 100s. [CPR 1377-81, 554]
06/02/1381Gloucester (Gloucestershire)Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Gloucester of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1377-81, 585]
28/03/1381Godmanchester (Huntingdonshire)Order to all the king's bailiffs and ministers and other lieges throughout the realm not to distrain the men of the king's manor of Godmanchester, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, for payment of toll on their goods and property, contrary to the custom of the realm that men of the ancient demesne of the crown are exempt from such payment throughout the realm. [CCR 1377-81, 446]
16/07/1381Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)Order to the bailiffs, searcher of forfeitures and keepers of the passage in Great Yarmouth to allow certain merchants of the Hanse of Almain, who lately loaded 3 ships of Hamburg with woollen cloths to be taken overseas and have paid the customs, duties and subsidies, to pass freely from that port with their ships and goods. [CCR 1381-85, 1-2]
06/02/1381Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)Order to the collectors of customs in the port of Great Yarmouth to allow Henry de Percy, earl of Northumberland, without payment of custom or subsidy to take overseas 34 sarplers 4 sacks of wool, 7 sarplers 2 sacks of woolfells, 24 woolfells and 29 dakers of oxhides and cowhides, as he as warden of the marches towards Scotland took them under his safe conduct and they were taken at sea, but arrested in Great Yarmouth, and because of their long detention they are badly damaged, so the earl intends to take them overseas to sell at the best price he can. [CCR 1377-81, 440]
18/10/1381 Harringay Park (Middlesex)
London
Grant to John Charney for 5 years for repair of the highway between Newgate and Harringay Park and Smithfield Bar of the following customs to be levied at any point of the same: 1/4d. for every horse-load and 1d. for every cart-load of merchandise, with the exception of wool, hides and woolfells, 1d. for every 20 oxen, bullocks or cows for sale, 1/2d. for every 20 pigs, 1/4d. for every 20 sheep. [pavage] [CPR 1381-85, 48]
01/02/1381Hitchin (Hertfordshire)Assignment of dower to Elizabeth, widow of Edward de Kendale, knight, and wife of Thomas Barre, includes 23s. 8 1/2d. of the market toll in the manor of Hitchin, which is demised for 8 marks a year. [CCR 1377-81, 506-7]
06/02/1381 Hollesley (Suffolk)
Framlingham (Suffolk)
Pardon of his outlawry in Suffolk to John Albard, parson of Hollesley, for non-appearance to answer Thomas Crane of Framlingham for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1377-81, 592]
16/12/1381Huntingdon (Huntingdonshire)Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Huntingdon, in consideration of their good behaviour in the late insurrection in stoutly resisting the insurgents, of pavage for 5 years. [CPR 1381-85, 69]
03/04/1381 Isle of Sheppey (Kent)
London
Pardon to Robert Kete of the Isle of Sheppey at the supplication of Ralph Reede, citizen and brazier of London, who lately sued him before the Common Bench for 8 marks, of his outlawry and the forfeiture of his goods. [CPR 1381-85, 17]
25/11/1381 Isle of Thanet (Kent)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Stephen Child of the Isle of Thanet for non-appearance to answer John Bokeston, citizen and cordwainer of London, for a debt of 10 marks. [CPR 1381-85, 41]
06/11/1381 Kingston upon Thames (Surrey)
Salisbury (Wiltshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in Wiltshire to Thomas Andrewe of Kingston on Thames for non-appearance to answer Walter Prentys of Salisbury for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1381-85, 40]
12/02/1381Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)Order to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer to discharge the mainpernors of Finalaus Ussher, merchant of Scotland, who recently at Skania loaded a ship of Seland with 16 lasts and 3 barrels of herring, 2 chests with cloth and his harness, to be taken to Flanders, but his ship was by a storm driven to the river Humber and arrested at Kingston-upon-Hull, and Ussher had to find security in case someone else claimed the said goods. Mainpernors for Finalaus: Thomas, son of Godfrey de Roos, Peter Torold, skinner of London [CCR 1377-81, 500]
06/03/1381 Knightsbridge (Middlesex)
London
Brentford (Middlesex)
Grant for 3 years to John Croucher of Knightsbridge that he may take certain customs there and elsewhere along the highway from the city of London to Brentford for repair of highways with an exemption in favour of the goods of ecclesiastics and those bought for their use. [toll, pavage] [CPR 1377-81, 605]
02/03/1381 Lewes (Sussex)
Chichester (Sussex)
Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of Chichester if necessary to take to Lewes the weights and balances used at Chichester to weigh wool, and there to weigh and cocket 60 sacks of wool of Richard earl of Arundel, and to allow him to take them to Calais after payment of customs subsidies and duties. [CCR 1377-81, 426]
11/05/1381 Limbury (Bedfordshire)
London
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Hugh atte Hille of Limbury for non-appearance to answer William Venour, merchant of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1381-85, 13]
26/01/1381Lincoln (Lincolnshire)Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Lincoln of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1377-81, 585]
14/10/1381LondonWrit of supersedeas in favour of John de Haddele, citizen and merchant of London, on his petition, and of William Neuport in respect of their demand for £25. or an account, as in 50 Edward III merchants of London were given arrested enemy goods in recompense for goods of their own arrested by the French, and of this compensation John still holds goods worth £25. and fears he will be charged therewith, as the king is distraining the then mayor and sheriffs of the city to account for the said goods. Mainpernors for John and William: Hugh Fastolf, citizen and fishmonger of London, William Cressewyke, citizen of London. [CCR 1381-85, 11-12]
22/05/1381LondonRecognisance of John Cavendissh, citizen and draper of London, to Thomas Panton, citizen and goldsmith of London, for 220 marks to be levied in default of payment of his goods and chattels in the city of London [CCR 1377-81, 519]
08/11/1381LondonOrder to the collectors of customs and keepers of the pasage in London to allow Robert Parys, citizen and merchant of London, to load in London and send to a certain host in Flanders, with whom servants of Robert's are staying, 6 oxen for their sustenance, first paying the customs due. [CCR 1381-85, 24]
28/01/1381LondonOrder to the collectors of the petty custom in London to allow Walter Berghoff, merchant of Almain, to take three barrels of peltry by him lately imported overseas without further payment of customs, if he duly paid the customs and subsidies thereon when he imported them. [CCR 1377-81, 432]
26/02/1381LondonWrit of supersedeas in favour of Nicholas Parkere of Woodstock and Margaret his wife, executrix of William Tommes of Chipping Norton, at suit of William Stokesby, vintner of London, for debt. Mainpernors for Nicholas and Margaret: John Woderoue, Nicholas Brackele, Richard Milton of Oxfordshire, John Evesham of London [CCR 1377-81, 502]
29/10/1381 London
Lincolnshire
Recognisance of William Tyler, esquire, to John Mangle, citizen and mercer of London, for 20l. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Lincolnshire. [CCR 1381-85, 92]
20/03/1381LondonOrder to the collectors of customs in the port of London to allow a pipe which the king is sending over sea containing 2 white and 2 russet cloths, marked with the usual mark of William Walworth, mayor of London, to pass without payment of custom or subsidy. [CCR 1377-81, 446-7]
08/11/1381 London
Essex
Hampshire
Kent
Licence for Robert Parys, citizen and merchant of London, to buy 300 quarters of corn in Essex, Hampshire and Kent and to export the same to Flanders in exchange for merchandise. [CPR 1381-85, 51]
04/02/1381 London
Allington (Kent)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Henry Serjant, parson of Allington, for non-appearance to answer William Brampton, citizen and stockfishmonger of London, for a debt of £18. [CPR 1377-81, 555]
13/10/1381 London
Bridgwater (Somerset)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John West of Bridgewater for non-appearance to answer Adam Stable, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £21. [CPR 1381-85, 39]
12/02/1381 London
Comberton (Cambridgeshire)
Hoddesdon (Hertfordshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in London and Cambridgeshire to Thomas Howesone, alias Howissone, alias Hughesson, of Comberton, for non-appearance to answer John Fitz Johan, John Reymond of Hoddesdon and William Reymond, citizen and girdler of London, for debts of £20., £4. 13s. 4d., and 40s respectively. [CPR 1377-81, 593]
05/04/1381 London
Guildford (Surrey)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of William Hallere, spicer of Guildford, at suit of Richard Hatfield, citizen and pepperer of London, for render of 40s. Mainpernors for William: Robert Loxele the younger, Thomas Ellewyke of Surrey, John Weston of Norfolk, John Woderoue of Oxfordshire [CCR 1377-81, 510]
16/03/1381 London
Kendal (Westmorland)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Peter Roos of Kendal at suit of John Stodeley, citizen and tailor of London for render of £12. 6s. Mainpernors for Peter: Robert de Garton, Thomas de Broghton and Nicholas de Greenham clerk of Yorkshire [CCR 1377-81, 503]
16/11/1381 London
Kennington (Surrey)
Notification to the king's butler that the king has pardoned John Forster, carter of London, for breaking by accident a tun of wine which he was transporting at his own risk from the Tower of London to the manor of Kennington. [CCR 1381-85, 24-25]
08/05/1381 London
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to John de Waterton of Kingston upon Hull for non-appearance to answer John Boseham, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £4. [CPR 1377-81, 622]
30/04/1381 London
Nottingham (Nottinghamshire)
Pardon of his outlawry in London to Robert Houden, pinner of Nottingham, for non-appearance to answer Stephen Child, pinner of London, for a debt of 60s. [CPR 1377-81, 593]
13/11/1381 London
Oxford (Oxfordshire)
Yorkshire
Nottinghamshire
Derbyshire
Safe conduct by land and sea for John de Gysburn, citizen of York, Adam Wellom and William Willesthorp, their servants and deputies, the king, at the supplication of William, bishop of Winchester, having granted them licence to buy 200 loads of lead in Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire and convey the same by way of London for the roofing of certain houses built by the bishop in his newly founded college in Oxford. [CPR 1381-85, 50]
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Description
Description of the substance of the privilege. Bibliographic details are given in square brackets at the end of each entry. The abbreviations used may be found in the Editorial note.