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Close Rolls, Richard II: 1381

Pages 486-487

Calendar of Close Rolls, Richard II: Volume 1, 1377-1381. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1914.

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1381

Memorandum of a mainprise made before the council in the Star chamber at Westminster on 4 January 4 Richard II by John de Bolton of York 'taillour,' John de York 'mercer,' Stephen Barnebyman 'bocher,' Thomas son of John de Santon 'draper,' John Crosseby 'taillour,' John Candeler of Jubretgate, John Chaffere 'bocher,' Henry Chaloner 'webster,' John Fisshere 'carpenter,' John Benetson 'shipman,' Richard Coupere, Michael Knyght 'bocher,' John Wartre 'webstere,' Richard Cotyngham 'bocher,' Robert del Marche 'webstere,' Adam Wyghthalle 'webstere,' William Horneby 'draper,' Alan Bradlay 'bocher,' John de Queldale 'shethere' and John Hemmyng 'baxstere' all of York, being impeached concerning divers trespasses and unlawful assemblies in that city contrary to the peace, wherefore they were arrested and committed to the Tower of London, namely every one of them under a pain of 40l., every two for the third, and every one for William Redhode then absent, for their good behaviour and obedience to the mayor of York and others who have the governance of the city, that they shall make or procure no such assemblies nor do aught else which may tend to breach of the peace or terror of the people, and shall be before the king and council when and where he will appoint.