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T1295 A: False imprisonment case against bailiffs for procedures under Statute of Acton Burnel. [1]

T1296 A: Collection of assessments for payment to Exchequer. [2]

T1296 B: Execution of town court judgment. [3]

T1296 C: Forestallers, against the custom of the town. [4]

T1296 D: Repair of the bridge of Nottingham. [5]

E1299 A: Knife fight in Nottingham. [6]


M1300 A: Procedure for recapture of escaped prisoners from Nottingham jail. [7]

E1303 A: Theft of jewels in Nottingham; inquest in guildhall before mayor and bailiffs. [8]

T1307 A: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer on indictment concerning the reception of goods and chattels (in Nottingham) from the burglary of Southwell church. [9]

M1311 A: Nottingham custom about distraint for rent arrear on a fixed term lease. Trespass breach of close and taking of a horse. Justified by the custom. Roger de Brynkhill cleric v. Walter de Lincoln. [10]


  • H1344 A: Repair of the course of the Trent River at Newark that was in such a sitution that ships could not get to Nottingham. [11] rcp

T1348 A: Complaint of Gervase de Clifton that the drainage from the castle of Nottingham went through his lands. [12], [13], [14]















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