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M1296 A: William, bishop of Ely v. bailiffs of Norwich: tolls. [1]; then [2]

H1298 A: fishery in Norwich. [3]

H1299 A: claim of court by Norwich followed by multiple adjournments for discussion. [4]

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H1304 A: Ability of Norwich bailiff to attach a nonresident who happens to come through Norwich for a case in the Norwich court. Richard Hopman v. John le Graunt of Norwich & Richard de Welleburne. [5]

E1306 A: Trespass taking of a horse. Claim of court allocated by a royal bill recounted in full. [6]

T1309 A: Trespass taking of goods at Norwich. William de Byltham v. John Kynge chaplain, John Brond, & John Huyre. Defendants justified that John le Kynge recovered before the bailiffs of NOrwich 10s against William de Byltham for a trespass; Huyre as sub-bailiff by order of the bailiffs distrained Byltham by a sack and four bushels of barley. No verdict. [7]

M1310 A: Royal bill for allowance of Norwich's claim of court. Trespass breach of close & taking of goods. William de Bultham v. John King chaplain, Henry Hardyng, and William Bailly. [8]

T1315 A: Violation of the liberties of the chapel in Norwich castle. Rex v. Master Lawrence de Leek, Robert de Stodeye, & William Dalymound de Knapeton. [9]; [10]

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  • M1352 A: Rendition of custom of Norwich for test of ability to convey one's lands after age 14. [11] rcp
  • E1353 A: Ferry of St Olave between Norwich and Great Yarmouth. [12] rcp
  • E1353 B: London. John Hoker and John de Lincoln qui tam v. John Mareys alnager and Thomas Levelyf his deputy in the city of London. Protection of the privileges granted by letters patent ot the worsted workers of Norwich. [

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