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H1351 A: Certiorari. Essex. Oyer and terminer (23 Edward III). Presented that John de Ultynge and Peter de Barton together with other wrongdoers in 1350 at Chelmsford came to the county court for pleas of the crown before the sheriff and coroners of Essex and assaulted Godfrey le Wold, a certain men of the law who was doing his masters' business in the county court and thus enervated the governance of the realm. And at other county court sessions assault Thomas Whitheved clerk of the sheriff, coroners and bailiff itinerant of the county. And they threatened Richard Stacy chief clerk of the heriff and held him and perturbed him from leaving the hall where pleas of the crown were held until he made fine with Roland by 60s. [1] rcp

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