7 January, 22 James I.—True Bill that, at St. Margaret's in
Westminster, Brian Mackmahoon late of the said parish yoman stole
one Spannish gold chaine worth ten pounds, of the goods and
chattels of Sir Robert Filmor knt. Found 'Guilty,' Brian Mackmahoon
pleaded his clergy and was branded. G. D. R., 17 Jan., 22 James I.
17 January, 22 James I.—True Bill that, at Islington co. Midd.
on the said day, Robert Atkins late of Highgate yoman, and at
that time sub-bailiff to Thomas Bancrofte gentleman Bailiff of the
Right Reverend George by God's permission Bishop of London,
within the said Bishop's manor of Barnesbury, assaulted and arrested
Richard Hylton, and by colour of his said office extorted from him
two shillings and fourpence. Putting himself 'Not Guilty' Robert
Atkins was acquitted. G. D. R., 17 Jan., 22 James I.
17 January, 22 James I.—Information, given by William Parkinson at the Session of the Peace held at Hickes' Hall in St. John's
Street on the said day, that between the 1st of August last past and
the day of the giving of this information, Nathaniel Wall of Whetstone co. Midd. yoman, ingrossed and got into his hands one hundred quarters of wheat each quarter thereof being worth forty shillings, one hundred quarters of barley worth thirty shillings a quarter,
one hundred quarters of mault worth twenty shillings a quarter, one
hundred quarters of oats worth twenty shillings a quarter, one hundred quarters of peas worth thirty shillings a quarter, and a hundred
quarters of beans worth thirty shillings a quarter, with the intention
of reselling the same against the form of the Statute in that case
provided.—The relative prices per quarter of these various lots of
grain are so likely to occasion mistrust of the present copyist's accuracy, that it is well to assure the reader they have been transcribed
exactly. S. P. R. (Hickes Hall), 17 Jan., 22 James I.