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Close Rolls, Edward III: November 1359

Pages 664-665

Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 10, 1354-1360. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1908.

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November 1359

Nov. 16.
Reading.
To the justices of the Bench. Order to continue in the same state in which it now is until the quinzaine of Easter next a plea between the king and Thomas bishop of Durham for that he permitted Thomas de Bridekyrk, imprisoned for certain contempts of which he was convicted in the king's court, to depart from prison, as the bishop is now staying upon the safe custody of the march of England towards Scotland, wherefore the king has caused all business pending between him and the bishop before the council to be continued until the said quinzaine. By the keeper and C.
Whereas, by writ tested at Redynges, 12 December, 33 Edward III, [as at page 661 above], the king ordered Walter de Haywode, sheriff of Southampton, to receive Hugh de Berewyk, knight, Thomas de Barantyn, Thomas Doyly, John Loveday of Mongewell, John Chance of the county of Oxford, John Clet and William Noion of Berkshire, as the mainpernors of John Loveday of Elveton, and to release him from prison after taking that mainprise, the sheriff has returned that John Bardolf, knight, of the county of Oxford, in place of Hugh de Berewyk, knight, Thomas Huscarl of Berks in place of Thomas de Barantyn, John Ansty and Thomas Cutynden of Berks in place of Thomas Doyly, John Loveday of Mongewell of the county of Oxford, Nicholas atte Crouch, John de Budene and Roger Lovekyn in place of John Chance of the county of Oxford, John Clet and William Noion of Berks have mainperned for John Loveday of Elveden to pay at the receipt of the exchequer 400 marks at the days contained in the writ, and the sheriff has received the mainprise and released John from prison, and has also sent to chancery a third part of the indenture of mainprise, witnessing that on Thursday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 33 Edward III, before Walter de Haywode, sheriff of Southampton, in Winchester castle, John Bardolf, knight, John Loveday of Mongewell of the county of Oxford, Thomas Huscarl of Berks, John Clet of the same, William Noioun of the same, John Ansty of the same, Nicholas atte Crouch of the same, Peter Cutynden of the same, John de Budene of the same and Roger Lovekyn of the same mainperned for John Loveday of Elveden in the form aforesaid; which return and indenture remain on the files among the king's writs for this year.