Market Privileges 1391-1395

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'Market Privileges 1391-1395', Borough Market Privileges: The hinterland of medieval London, c.1400 (2006). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=51630 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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Date ? Place ? Description ?
03/06/1391 Abingdon (Wiltshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Robert Alisaundre of Abingdon for non-appearance to answer John Walcote, citizen of London, for a debt of £4. [CPR 1388-92, 415]
02/05/1391Andover (Hampshire)Inspeximus and confirmation to the men of Andover of a charter dated 15/2/12 Henry III (Charter Roll, 12 Henry III, no. 9) and a charter dated 24/11/29 Edward III (Charter Roll 29 Edward III, no. 6), granting them among other things exemption from toll etc. [CPR 1388-92, 408]
20/02/1391 Barton-upon-Humber (Lincolnshire)
London
Licence for Robert Page of Barton to buy and ship to London 1,000 quarters of malt and 200 quarters of beans and peas for gain. [CPR 1388-92, 385]
20/10/1391 Bishop's Lynn (Norfolk)
Wiggenhall (Norfolk)
Pardon of outlawry to John Clerk of Wiggenhall for non-appearance to answer William de Sylesden, "brasyer" of Bishop's Lynn, for a debt of £10. [CPR 1388-92, 452]
02/11/1391Chester (Cheshire)Grant to the mayor, sheriffs and good men of Chester of murage for 3 years. [CPR 1388-92, 502]
04/07/1391Clipston (Nottinghamshire)Order to all royal officials and others throughout England to allow all men and tenants of the manor and town of Clipston, which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, to be quit of payment of toll, pontage, picage, pavage, carriage, murage, stallage and passage on their goods and merchandise, as the men of the ancient demesne of the crown have been throughout the realm since time out of mind. [CCR 1389-92, 365]
28/05/1391Colchester (Essex)Order to the collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in the port of Colchester to allow any merchants who want to sell victuals in the said town to do so without payment of customs or subsidies, in consideration of the daily increasing dearness of corn and other victuals. [CCR 1389-92, 265]
16/11/1391Doncaster (Yorkshire)Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Doncaster of pavage for 3 years. [CPR 1388-92, 504]
01/12/1391 East Ham (Essex)
Gloucester (Gloucestershire)
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Sherman of Gloucester for non-appearance to answer John Bertlot of East Ham for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1391-96, 25]
23/03/1391Exeter (Devon)Order to the collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of Exeter to take no custom or subsidy until further order on any corn imported by that port, as the king has ordered because of the threatened dearness of corn in the realm that no custom or subsidy ought to be paid thereupon. [CCR 1389-92, 255]
15/04/1391Gloucester (Gloucestershire)Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Gloucester of pavage for 7 years. [CPR 1388-92, 388]
08/07/1391 Gloucester (Gloucestershire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Mark Sylvestre of Gloucester for non-appearance to answer Robert Bekerton, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £7. 9s. 10d. [CPR 1388-92, 451]
29/11/1391 Great Dunmow (Essex)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Screveyne of Great Dunmow for non-appearance to answer John Trentemars, citizen and goldsmith of London, for a debt of 50s. [CPR 1391-96, 25]
17/11/1391Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)Order to the customers and collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in Great Yarmouth to allow certain merchants of the Hanse of Almain to take a certain quantity of grain called "beere" over to their own parts without second payment of customs or subsidies, as they recently loaded it in Almain and brought it to Great Yarmouth for the relief of the inhabitants, paying customs and subsidies due, but by long keeping it is of so small price and value and so rotten that it may not be sold in the said port or its neighbourhood without great loss. [CCR 1389-92, 403]
08/05/1391 Grimsby (Lincolnshire)
Saltfleet (Lincolnshire)
London
Licence for John Partenay to buy in Lincolnshire 200 quarters of malt, wheat and beans, and ship them at Grimsby and Saltfleet to London. [CPR 1388-92, 406]
22/06/1391 Hereford (Herefordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to John Cachepol, alias Cacchepoll, of Hereford for non-appearance to answer John Vine, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of 40s. or to render that sum to John Manyngton and Thomas Rolf, skinners, executors of John de Biernes, citizen and skinner of London. [CPR 1388-92, 450]
09/06/1391 Holme (Bedfordshire)
London
Pardon of outlawry to Robert Halstede of Holme for non-appearance to answer John Shalyngford, citizen and draper of London, for a debt of £20. [CPR 1388-92, 416]
18/04/1391 Ilchester (Somerset)
Staines (Middlesex)
Pardon of outlawry to Walter Blaunkepayn of Ilchester for non-appearance to answer John Garland of Staines for a debt of 40s. [CPR 1388-92, 285]
08/05/1391 Ketteringham (Norfolk)
Erith (Kent)
Writ of supersedeas in favour of Roger Mompynge of Ketteringham at suit of John Halle and John Cristyn of Erith for debt. [CCR 1389-92, 341]
10/05/1391 King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland)
Writ of supersedeas omnino in respect of any process against John Drew by reason of the king's writ of 13 September 12 Richard II, ordering the collectors in King's Lynne to allow all victuallers of England without payment of customs or subsidies to load victuals there and to take them to Berwick upon Tweed. [CCR 1389-92, 340-1]
16/02/1391 King's Lynn (Norfolk)
Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Order to the customers and collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in King's Lynn and Great Yarmouth to allow any merchants who want to bring any victuals, stockfish and sturgeons excepted, to the said ports, to sell the same without payment of customs and subsidies, as the king wants to combat the ever increasing dearness of corn and other victuals in England. [CCR 1389-92, 237]
10/01/1391Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Kingston upon Hull of murage for 5 years, in aid of the repair of the walls and fortifications of the town and quay. [CPR 1388-92, 362]
12/05/1391Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)Order to the customers and collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in Kingston upon Hull to allow any merchants who want to sell victuals in the said town to do so without payment of customs or subsidies. [CCR 1389-92, 257]
01/05/1391 Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Barton-upon-Humber (Lincolnshire)
Grimsby (Lincolnshire)
Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland)
Writ of supersedeas omnino in respect of any process against John Colthorp and William Ponde by reason of divers writs of 13 September 12 Richard II ordering the collectors in Kingston upon Hull, Barton upon Humber and Grimsby of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound to allow all victuallers of England without payment of customs or subsidies to load victuals there and to take them to Berwick upon Tweed. [CCR 1389-92, 330]
01/02/1391Kirton in Lindsey (Lincolnshire)Exemption of all tenants of the queen's manor of Kirton in Lindsey, part of her dower, ancient demesne of the crown, from toll and other customs for their goods. [CPR 1388-92, 370]
13/10/1391LondonOrder to the customers and collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in London to allow certain merchants of the Hanse of Almain to take 300 quarters of rye to Dordrecht without payment of customs or subsidies, as they loaded it in Prussia and brought it to London as a result of a royal proclamation allowing anybody to sell victuals without payment of customs or subsidies, but when they got to London they were prohibited from selling it by another proclamation of the mayor forbidding the bakers of London to buy corn of any man until the corn bought for the common weal of the city had been sold, and the merchants have asked licence to take the rye to Dordrecht, as by long keeping it is of so small price and value and so rotten that it will be lost if it is not sold quickly. [CCR 1389-92, 388]
13/02/1391 London
Norfolk
Suffolk
Berkshire
Somerset
Yorkshire
Lincolnshire
Writ of supersedeas omnino to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer in respect of any process of John Philippes of Pistoja, dwelling in London, by reason of the licence granted him by the king to buy and purvey 1,000 tuns of wheat in Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Berkshire and Somerset, load it in ships and take it to Genoa or Pisa. [CCR 1389-92, 322]
15/11/1391 London
Leicestershire
Pardon of outlawry to John Neville, knight of Leicestershire, for non-appearance to answer Ralph Lobenham, citizen and draper of London, or John Welberham, cook of London, for debts of £12. and 100s. respectively. [CPR 1388-92, 454]
14/06/1391LondonOrder to the collectors of the custom on wool, hides and woolfells in the port of London to allow certain merchants of Ireland without second payment of customs and subsidies to sell 17 lasts 77 1/2 dakers and 2 hides for which they paid customs and subsidies at Limerick and which they brought to the staple of Westminster. [CCR 1389-92, 270-1]
24/05/1391LondonOrder to the collectors of customs and subsidies and the keepers of the passage in London to allow Lawrence John, a Lombard, to load in a ship in that port and after payment of customs and duties to take over to John Beltoft, knight, in Lombardy, 6 bows and 100 arrows. [CCR 1389-92, 265]
24/05/1391LondonOrder to the collectors of customs in the port of London to allow Lewis Daport, merchant of Lucca, to take a chamber of cloth of gold and silk out of the realm without payment of custom, as the king gave licence to Bartholomew Lumbard, merchant of Lucca to bring to England and show the king 2 crowns of gold with precious stones and other jewels and to the said Lewis to bring the said chamber for sale to the king or others if possible, paying custom if they should sell the same or part of the same in England, but not if they are unable to sell them. [CCR 1389-92, 263]
29/03/1391 London
Lincolnshire
Licence for Thomas Hauke of London and John Clerk, brewer of London, to buy in Lincolnshire and ship to London for the support of the king's lieges 400 quarters of malt and 100 quarters of beans and peas. [CPR 1388-92, 386]
12/09/1391LondonOrder to the customers and collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in London to allow Raymund Guillim of Puy, judge of the court of sovereignity of Aquitaine, to load in that port and without payment of customs or subsidies to take over to Gascony for his own use 20 tuns of wheat, 10 tuns of oats, 1 cloth of green and 1 of "sanguyn". [CCR 1389-92, 386]
11/05/1391 London
Middlesex
Writ of supersedeas omnino and order to the sheriff of Middlesex to set free Richard Duffeld esquire, if taken at suit of William Cressewyke of London, Dru Barantyn and John Luton, both citizens and goldsmiths of London, John Redhode, chaplain, and Lawrence Kelshulle, executors of Nicholas Twyforde, knight, late citizen and goldsmith of London, for detinue of £40. [CCR 1389-92, 356-7]
31/01/1391LondonOrder to the sheriffs of London to make proclamation that all merchants who want to bring victuals to the city of London, stockfish and sturgeons excepted, may sell them until further order without payment of customs or subsidies, as the king wants to encourage the victuallers due to the increasing dearness of victuals in the realm. [CCR 1389-92, 348]
20/01/1391 London
Yorkshire
Lincolnshire
Licence for William Polle, citizen of London, to buy in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire and ship in any ports there 300 quarters of wheat to bring to London. [CPR 1388-92, 374]
10/08/1391LondonOrder to the keepers of the passage in the port of London to allow the purchasers of a crayer of London called "la Katerine" to pass to Portugal, which ship William Scanteloun, seaman, has sold for £30. to merchants of Portugal, in order to be able to pay his debts. [CCR 1389-92, 387]
31/08/1391LondonOrder to the customers and collectors of the subsidy of 12d. in the pound in London to allow certain merchants of the Hanse of Almain to take 300 quarters of wheat to Bordeaux or Bayonne without payment of customs or subsidies, as they loaded it in Prussia and brought it to London as a result of a royal proclamation allowing anybody to sell victuals without payment of customs or subsidies, but when they got to London they were prohibited from selling it by another proclamation of the mayor, forbidding the bakers of London to buy corn of any man until the corn bought for the common weal of the city had been sold, and the merchants have asked licence to take the wheat to Bordeaux or Bayonne, therewith to buy and purvey wine to bring again to London, as due to the long delay the wheat is of so small price and value and so rotten that it will be lost if it is not sold quickly. [CCR 1389-92, 390-1]
04/12/1391 London
Oxfordshire
Recognisance of John Trigge, citizen and fishmonger of London, and John Drayton, knight of Oxfordshire, to Hugh le Despense, knight, for 400 marks to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in the city of London. Cancelled on payment. [CCR 1389-92, 525]
13/12/1391LondonRecognisance of John Merssh of London to John Wodecok, citizen and mercer of London, for £400. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in the city of London. [CCR 1389-92, 535]
18/11/1391 London
Essex
Recognisance of Thomas Swynbourne, knight, to Robert Asshecombe, citizen and embroiderer of London, for £70. 14s. 10 3/4d. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in Essex. [CCR 1389-92, 480]
12/10/1391LondonOrder to the collectors of the petty customs and of subsidies in London to allow John Trayle, knight, mayor of Bordeaux, to load in ships and without payment of customs or subsidies to take over to Bordeaux, a tun with six short cloths without grain, a bed with a little celure and tapet of single worsted, 2 pieces of linen web, 24 ells of napery of Paris thread, a coverlet and tapet of embroidered worsted, 3 pieces of double worsted, 1 mantle of grey work, 1 furring of "cristigray", 3 dozen vessels of pewter, 2 pairs of iron "rakkes" for the kitchen, 2 brazen pots and 1 piece of scarlet containing 9 ells, all bought and purveyed for his household. [CCR 1389-92, 393]
12/01/1391 London
Beverley (Yorkshire)
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Licence for Richard Auguyllon of Beverley to buy in the county of York and ship in Kingston upon Hull and Beverley to London 600 quarters of wheat, on condition that he does not take them anywhere else. [CPR 1388-92, 375]
19/10/1391 London
Boston (Lincolnshire)
Campsall (Yorkshire)
Aldborough (Norfolk)
Pardon of outlawry to John Wayte, parson of Campsall, alias of Aldborough, for non-appearance to answer Roger Broun of Boston, or Walter Godard, citizen and brewer of London, for debts of £34. and £33. 2s. respectively. [CPR 1388-92, 452]
20/04/1391 London
Fincham (Norfolk)
Pardon of outlawry to John, son of John Kedyton, citizen and grocer of London, for non-appearance to answer Gregory atte Lathe of Fincham and Agnes his wife, for a debt of 40 marks. [CPR 1388-92, 396]
20/01/1391 London
Grimsby (Lincolnshire)
Yorkshire
Licence for William Reynwell of London and Robert de Burton of Grimsby (Lincolns.), merchants, to buy in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire and ship in Grimsby to London 200 quarters of wheat, 100 quarters of beans and 100 quarters of malt. [CPR 1388-92, 385]
03/11/1391 London
Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire)
Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Coteler, attorney of Reginald Aleyn, merchant of London, for non-appearance to answer Walter Frost and William Pound, customers of wool at Kingston upon Hull for a debt of £60. [CPR 1388-92, 453]
06/12/1391 London
Knightsbridge (Middlesex)
Stratford le Bow (Middlesex)
Order to the mayor and bailiffs of London to enforce an order of 35 Edward III that no animals be slaughtered any closer to London than Knightsbridge or Stratford atte Bow. [CCR 1389-92, 409-10]
09/11/1391 London
Melton Mowbray (Leicestershire)
Pardon of outlawry to Robert Orgar, merchant of London, son of John Orgar of Melton Mowbray, for non-appearance to answer John Bradefeld, citizen and mercer of London, for a debt of £28. [CPR 1388-92, 453]
05/02/1391 London
Oakham (Rutland)
Recognisance of Henry Gisors of London to William Flore, merchant of Oakham, for £18. to be levied in default of payment of his lands and chattels in the city of London. [CCR 1389-92, 320]
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