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Close Rolls, Henry V: June 1413

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Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry V: Volume 1, 1413-1419. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1929.

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June 1413

Membrane 12d.
June 9.
Westminster.
To the chancellor of the county palatine of the duchy of Lancastre. Writ de expensis for 14l. 8s. (sic) in favour of John Assheton knight and John de Stanley, knights of the duchy at the parliament summoned at Westminster on 15 May last, namely 4s. a day each for 38 days.
[Prynne, Parliamentary Writs iv., p. 497.]
June 9.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Northumberland. (Like) writ for 16l. 16s. in favour of John Bartrame and William Muteford knights of the shire at the said parliament, for 42 days.
The following have like writs:
Cumberland. Peter Tillioll knight and William Beaulieu 16l. 16s. for 42 days.
Westmerland. Robert Crakenthorp and John Hoton 16l. for 40 days.
Yorkshire. Edmund Hastynges and Alexander de Lounde knights 14l. 8s. (sic) for 38 days.
Lincolnshire. Richard Aunserd knight and John Bolle 13l. 12s. for 34 days.
Notynghamshire. John Zouche and Thomas Remston knights 13l. 12s. for 34 days.
Derbyshire. Roger Leche and Thomas Chaworth knights 13l. 12s. for 34 days.
Leycestershire. James Belers and William Belgrave 12l. 16s. for 32 days.
Warwickshire. John Malory and William Burmyncham 12l. 16s. for 32 days.
Roteland. John Pensax and John de Burgh 12l. 16s. for 32 days.
Norhamptonshire. Nicholas Merbury and Thomas Wake 12l. 16s. for 32 days.
Bedfordshire. Thomas Waweton and William Bosom 12l. for 30 days.
Bukinghamshire. John Cheyne of Isnamstede Cheyne and John Giffard of Whaddoun 12l. for 30 days.
Cambridgeshire. William Porter and John Burgoigne 12l. for 30 days.
Huntingdonshire. Roger Hunt and Thomas Bevile 12l. for 30 days.
Norffolk. John Wynter and Edmund Oldhalle 12l. 16s. for 32 days.
Suffolk. John Spencer and John Lancastre 12l. 16s. for 32 days.
Essex. John Doreward and John Tyrell 11l. 4s. for 28 days.
Hertfordshire. John Hotoft and John Leventhorp 11l. 4s. for 28 days.
Middlesex. William Loueney and Richard Wyot 10l. 8s. for 26 days.
Kent. John Darell and John Boteler 12l. for 30 days.
Surrey. John Burgh and William Yerde 11l. 4s. for 28 days.
Sussex. Richard Wayvile and Richard Wakhirst 12l. for 30 days.
Oxfordshire. Thomas Chaucers and John Willicotes 12l. for 30 days.
Berkshire. John Golofre and Robert de la Mare 12l. for 30 days.
Salop. Robert Corbet and Richard Laken 13l. 12s. for 34 days.
Staffordshire. Thomas Gresley knight and Hugh Erdeswyke 13l. 12s. for 34 days.
Herefordshire. Thomas Holgot the elder and Thomas de la Hay the elder 13l. 12s. for 34 days.
Gloucestershire. Thomas fitz Nichol and John Paunsefote 13l. 12s. for 34 days.
Worcestershire, William Beauchamp of Poewyk and John Philip knights 13l. 12s. for 34 days.
Wiltesir. William Esturmy and Walter Hungerford knights 13l. 12s. for 34 days.
The county of Suthampton. John Uvedale and John Arnold 12l. for 30 days.
Somerset. Thomas Broke knight and Richard Chedder 13l. 12s. for 34 days.
Dorset. Thomas Broke esquire and William Stourton 13l. 12s. for 34 days.
Devon. Thomas Pomeray knight and Robert Cary 14l. 8s. (sic) for 38 days.
Cornwall. John Wibbury and John Treloiny 16l. for 40 days.
[Ibid., p. 498.]
June 9.
Westminster.
To the mayor and bailiffs of Rochester. (Like) writ for 6l. in favour of John Depyng and Roger Langeford citizens at the said parliament, namely 2s. a day each for 30 days.
The following have like writs:
Canterbury. Thomas Lane and William Emery citizens 6l. for 30 days.
Briggewater. William Gascoigne and William Gosse burgesses 6l. 16s. for 34 days.
Lincoln. Thomas Forster and John Dalderby citizens 6l. 16s. for 34 days.
Huntyngdoun. Robert Pekke and John Denton burgesses 6l. for 30 days.
Tavystoke. William May and John Julkyn burgesses 7l. 4s. (sic) for 38 days.
Maldoun. John Burgeys and Richard Galoun burgesses 112s. for 28 days.
[Ibid., p. 500.]