Market Privileges 1386-1390

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Hannes Kleineke

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Market Privileges 1386-1390

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Date ? Place ? Description ?
29/01/1386 Alresford (Hampshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Pycot of Alresford for non-appearance to answer Thomas Huntwyne, pouchmaker, and Robert Botelmakere, citizens of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1385-89, 31]
24/05/1386 Babraham (Cambridgeshire)
Bassingbourne (Cambridgeshire)
Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow all of Queen Anne's tenants in the town of Bassingbourne and parcel of the town of Babraham, which are of the honour of Richmond, and which she holds in dower or by assignment of the king for life, to be quit of payment of toll upon their goods and property, as they ought to be and all other tenants of that honour used heretofore to be time out of mind. [CCR 1385-89, 77]
24/11/1386 Battle (Kent)
Lewes (Sussex)
Hastings (Kent)
Pardon of outlawry to John Kent of Battle, alias merchant of Lewes, for non-appearance to answer John Wodeward, bailiff of the rape of Hastings, or William Crouge, merchant of Bordeaux, for debts of 40 marks and £27. 13s. 4d. respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 271]
25/10/1386 Bedford (Bedfordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Walter Cok of Bedford for non-appearance to answer Edmund Fraunceys, citizen and grocer of London, for a debt of £8. 8s. [CPR 1385-89, 184]
20/11/1386 Bodmin (Cornwall)
Exeter (Devon)
London
Order to the collectors of customs in the port of London to allow Thomas Spysour, merchant of Bodmin, to take 5 lasts of hides, which he loaded into at ship at Plymouth and for which he paid customs at Exeter, to Middelburg without a second payment of customs, as his ship was arrested for the king's service at sea and brought to London and hides and ship were only taken to await safe passage to Middelburg. [CCR 1385-89, 196]
23/01/1386Bridgend (Lincolnshire)Grant to the prior of St Saviour's, Bridgend, for 3 years of pontage for the repair of the bridge of Bridgend. [CPR 1385-89, 97]
22/10/1386Bristol (Gloucestershire)Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Bristol of quayage and murage for 10 years. [CPR 1385-89, 235]
17/02/1386 Bristol (Gloucestershire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Broun, burgess of Bristol, for non-appearance to answer John Bussheye, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £50. [CPR 1385-89, 102]
04/07/1386Brougham (Westmorland)Grant to Alexander del Brigg, William Colynson and John Adyngham of murage from things passing for sale over the bridge of Brougham on the river Amote and through metes and bounds where there is a common thoroughfare by the river, in aid of making afresh a stone wall over the same. [CPR 1385-89, 190]
07/04/1386Cambridge (Cambridgeshire)Declaration - on information that chandlers and hostlers selling candles and fuel in Cambridge deny the jurisdiction of the chancellor of the university and his vice-regent, because in the charter recently granted in parliament empowering the latter to try and punish forestallers and regraters therein, candles and fuel are not specifically named - that they are comprehended under the term victuals and the sellers thereof subject to the jurisdiction as victuallers. [CPR 1385-89, 129]
05/04/1386Canterbury (Kent)Revocation of letters patent of 6/12/1385 granting to the citizens of Canterbury that all cloths made within the city should also be fulled within and not outside it, as the grant would cause great loss to many of the commonalty of the city and the parts adjacent. [CPR 1385-89, 132]
25/09/1386 Canterbury (Kent)
Charing (Kent)
Writ of supersedeas omnino in favour of Robert de Faversham of Westgate by Canterbury at suit of John Tichemerssh, late vicar of Charing, for debt. [CCR 1385-89, 278]
01/02/1386 Cawston (Norfolk)
Burgh (Norfolk)
Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow all of Queen Anne's tenants in the towns of Cawston and Burgh in the hundred of South Erpingham, which she holds in dower or by assignment of the king for life, to be quit of payment of toll, stallage, chiminage, pontage, pavage, picage, murage and passage on their goods and property, as they ought to be and all other tenants of that honour used heretofore to be time out of mind, as they are of ancient demesne of the crown. [CCR 1385-89, 40]
15/02/1386 Colby (Norfolk)
Banningham (Norfolk)
Over (Cambridgeshire)
Pardon of outlawry to William Brid of Colby for non-appearance to answer Robert de Muskham, parson of Over, or Thomas de Foxton, parson of Baningham, for debts of £99. 16s. 8d. and 104 marks respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 102]
01/01/1386Faversham (Kent)Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Faversham to allow a ship of William Hoo, captain of Oye castle, to pass freely to the said castle with a cargo of victuals there bought for it. [CCR 1385-89, 55-56]
02/06/1386Faversham (Kent)Order to the mayor, bailiffs, collectors of customs and searcher of forfeitures in Faversham to dearrest and deliver to John Clayson of Tolne in Seeland a ship of Tolne, its load of salt, and the money he should have received for the sale thereof, as John brought the salt from Bayonne to sell at Faversham, and sold a great part of it to various people, but although after his entry into the port the searcher entered his ship straightaway, and although he bargained with John concerning the salt, he arrested salt and money, as he could not get it at his will, claiming that John had exposed the salt for sale before the ship had been searched. [CCR 1385-89, 64-5]
09/02/1386 Finchingfield (Essex)
London
Recognisance of Geoffrey Michel of Finchingfield to Nicholas de Twyforde, knight, citizen of London, John Fraunceys, citizen and goldsmith of London, and Dru Barentyn, citizen and goldsmith of London, for £300. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. [CCR 1385-89, 115]
30/10/1386Gloucester (Gloucestershire)Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Gloucester of pavage for 5 years. [CPR 1385-89, 234]
12/01/1386 Goring (Sussex)
Walberton (Sussex)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of William Kytte of Goring at suit of William Crouge of London for an account. Mainpernors: William Gorynge, John Wille of London, John Clevere of Arundel, John atte Shawe of Walberton, Richard Pymor of London, William Kynge of Sussex. [CCR 1385-89, 108]
08/07/1386 Grange in Gillingham (Kent)
London
Order to the bailiffs of Grange in the parish of Gillingham to allow John Steyndrop to load at Grange without payment of custom or subsidy and to bring to London 2 sarplers of wool by the sea coast and to unload it there. [CCR 1385-89, 173-4]
24/03/1386 Great Abington (Cambridgeshire)
Huntingdon (Huntingdonshire)
Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to set free Thomas North of Great Abington, imprisoned at suit of Henry Prudde of Huntingdon for debt. Mainpernors: Thomas Bocok of Standon (Herts.), John Fage the elder of Roxton (Bedfords.), John Fage the younger of Stow (Cambs.), Nicholas Coxfote of Abington (Cambs.) [CCR 1385-89, 142]
10/12/1386 Harlestone (Northamptonshire)
Wymington (Bedfordshire)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Lawrence Dyve of Harlestone at suit of John Curteys of Wymington for render of £10. [CCR 1385-89, 286]
05/07/1386 Hereford (Herefordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Walter atte Boure of Hereford for non-appearance to answer William Venour for a debt of £6. [CPR 1385-89, 183]
13/11/1386 Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Wymington (Bedfordshire)
Pardon of outlawry to John de Humbelton, merchant of Hull, for non-appearance to answer John Curteys, merchant of Wymington, for a debt of £48. [CPR 1385-89, 185]
06/10/1386 Huntingdon (Huntingdonshire)
London
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Boston (Lincolnshire)
York (Yorkshire)
Pardon of their outlawries to Robert le Barbour of Huntingdon, alias Robert Gysbourne, alias Gysburgh, barber of Huntingdon, and Christiana his wife, for non-appearance to answer John Woroth, Walter Frost of Kingston upon Hull, Nicholas Haywood of Boston, or John de Stodeye, citizen and vintner of London, for debts of £12., £10., £12. and 111s. 1d. respectively, or Edmund Belleyetter and John Waryn for a debt of £38., or John de Gysburn, merchant of York, and Robert de Selby, merchant of Kingston upon Hull, for debts of 100s. and £48. respectively, or when sued with Christiana his wife, to answer William de Cressyngham, citizen and vintner of London, and the said Robert de Selby for debts of £35. and £48. respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 184]
18/02/1386Kelham (Nottinghamshire)Grant to the good men of Kelham of pontage for 3 years, in aid of the repair of Kelham Bridge over the Trent. [CPR 1385-89, 107]
28/01/1386Lancaster (Lancashire)Grant that for repair of the bridge over the Lune by Lancaster pontage may be taken for 5 years from things for sale passing over the bridge and 1 league on either side of it. [CPR 1385-89, 97]
24/11/1386 London
Legfeld
Pardon of outlawry to John Botoun of Legfeld for non-appearance to answer Henry Betenham, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of 71s. 8d. [CPR 1385-89, 272]
21/05/1386 Lombeport [Lamport?] (Northamptonshire [?])
London
Pardon of outlawry to Edward Goldsmyth of Lombeport for non-appearance to answer Richard Leukenore, "cosour" of London, or Richard Waltham, citizen and cutler of London, for debts of 24 marks and £4. 10s. respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 152]
15/02/1386 London
Somerset
Pardon of outlawry to William Dounfervyle alias Dounfrevyle, knight of Somerset, for non-appearance to answer John Hamerton, citizen and tailor of London, or Robert Ascombe, citizen of London, for debts of £18. 18s. and £9. 10s. respectively. [CPR 1385-89, 102]
18/09/1386LondonGrant to the mayor, aldermen and citizens of London of murage for 10 years for repair of its walls and dykes. [CPR 1385-89, 210]
27/11/1386LondonPardon of outlawry to John Maynard, citizen and waxchandler of London, for non-appearance to answer the executors of John Philipot, knight [of London], for a debt of £52. [CPR 1385-89, 272]
22/11/1386LondonOrder to the mayor, bailiffs and keepers of the passage in London to dearrest and deliver to certain merchants of Bordeaux a barge of London and its cargo of corn, and to allow them after payment of customs and subsidies to take it to Bordeaux, as they recently bought the said barge in London and loaded it with corn to be taken to Bordeaux, and afterwards the ship was arrested for the king's service at sea. [CCR 1385-89, 186]
10/09/1386LondonRecognisance of Robert March, citizen and cutler of London to Stephen Mody, "monyour" and citizen of London for 20 marks to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in the city of London. [CCR 1385-89, 259]
06/11/1386 London
Hertfordshire
Writ of supersedeas omnino and order to the sheriffs of London to set free William Shrypulmerssh, woodmonger of London, Thomas Dachat, "sherman", and William Patenhale, brewer, citizens of London, if they be taken by reason of a recognisance for £80. by them made to Edmund Gyssyng esquire of Hertfortshire on 4/12/1382 before William Walworth, then mayor of the staple of Westminster, as they have contented the said Edmund. [CCR 1385-89, 272]
03/01/1386LondonOrder to William Venour, citizen of London, on petition of Henry Raundes, fellmonger of London, to keep £31. 14s. 8d. of Fernandus, master of St James in Portugal, now in his hands, making no payments to anyone until further order, as Henry claims that the master is bound to him in £32. for certain merchandise bought of him. [CCR 1385-89, 25]
26/10/1386LondonLetters of attorney of John Somerton, citizen and taverner of London, appointing Richard Pattesle, citizen and vintner of London, to demand and recover his debts, sue and arrest his debtors and give acquittances. [CCR 1385-89, 314]
04/12/1386LondonOrder to the sheriffs, collectors of customs and keepers of the passage in London to allow certain merchants of Kamper in Seeland to pass to Middelburg with 5 ships of theirs in the port of London and 5 lasts, 15 dakers and 4 hides, and 59 pieces of tin, first paying the customs and subsidies due. [CCR 1385-89, 199]
20/09/1386LondonOrder to the sheriffs of London to take of Alexander Fouke, "webbe" of Reading, the sum at which 7 dozen woollen cloths are appraised, and to deliver them to him; which cloths were taken as forfeit to the king, because they were exposed for sale without being sealed with the appropriate seal. [CCR 1385-89, 188]
09/02/1386 London
Norfolk
Pardon of outlawry to Edmund de Thorpe, knight of Norfolk, for non-appearance to answer Salamon Salaman, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £17. 5s. [CPR 1385-89, 32]
26/09/1386LondonOrder to the collectors of customs in London to allow George de Scarps and James de Granago, merchants of Plesancia, to take 25 bales and fardels of cloth of Valence containing 249 pieces and bought at Middelburg to any port in England and from there to Portugal without payment of customs or subsidies, as they only brought it to London for safer passage. [CCR 1385-89, 175]
28/04/1386LondonOrder to the collectors of customs in the port of London to allow Nicholas Stevene, merchant of Porto, to put 13 fardels of woollen cloth of Valenciens containing 140 pieces into ships and to take them to Portugal without payment of customs or subsidies, as he lately loaded the said cloth at Middelburgh into a boat and brought it to London, in order to load it into a sounder vessel there to be taken to Portugal, and the collectors want to charge customs as if it had been offered for sale, which it was not. [CCR 1385-89, 61-2]
09/06/1386LondonRecognisance of Richard Briklesworth of London to John Doget and John Cornewaleys of London for 500 marks to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in the city of London. [CCR 1385-89, 150]
30/01/1386 London
Bristol (Gloucestershire)
Order to the collectors of the petty custom in London to allow Peter Drogo of Genoa without payment of custom to carry 55 pieces of cloth called Valenciens over land to Bristol and from thence to Portugal, as he bought that cloth at Middleburg and brought it to London to be taken to Bristol and Portugal, it is of small value and is not disposed for sale, and the collectors are demanding 12d. for custom on every piece, as if it were of English make. [CCR 1385-89, 51]
06/01/1386 London
Bristol (Gloucestershire)
Order to the collectors of the petty custom in London to receive 3d. in the pound for 55 pieces of cloth called "Valenciens" in six little bales, and to allow Peter Drogo of Genoa without payment of any other custom to carry the same over land to Bristol and from thence to Portugal, as he bought that cloth at Middleburg and brought it to London to be taken to Bristol and Portugal, it is of small value and is not disposed for sale, and the collectors are demanding 12d. for custom on every piece as if it were of English make. [CCR 1385-89, 28]
12/05/1386 London
Coventry (Warwickshire)
Pardon of outlawry to William Bealgrave of Coventry for non-appearance to answer William Knyghtcote, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £31., or to render his account to John More, citizen and mercer of London, for the time when he was his receiver. [CPR 1385-89, 103]
23/08/1386 London
Exeter (Devon)
Sandwich (Kent)
Order to the collectors of customs in the ports of London and Sandwich to allow Lawrence Desuze, merchant of Portugal, to load 5 lasts of hides into a ship and take them to Middelburg, as he paid customs for them in Exeter and brought them to London in English ships, which however did not dare sail to Middelburg out of fear of the king's enemies. [CCR 1385-89, 166]
11/01/1386 London
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of King's Lynn to dearrest John de Gisorf, merchant of Genoa, and his herring, as he bought 50 lasts of herring at Skania and loaded them in a ship to take them to Middelburg or London, and when touching at King's Lynn to wait for a fair wind, he and his ship were arrested on the accusation of being the king's enemies. [CCR 1385-89, 17]
29/11/1386 London
Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
Pardon of outlawry to William Elveley of Lincoln for non-appearance to answer John Busshey, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £8. [CPR 1385-89, 272]
29/11/1386 London
Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Robert Ferthyng, merchant of London, for non-appearance to answer Katharine, widow of John Stanbergh of Lincoln for a debt of 88 marks. [CPR 1385-89, 272]
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