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1267 Mustarder. Seman le mustarder' [1]

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E1309 A: Smith. Alice who was the wife of John de Montfort v. William Moryn de Kynton. Trespass: entering the castle of Alice at Beaudesert and taking goods. William related that one Henry was a public smith within the gate of the castle and worked all manner of iron instruments. Henry had some of William's iron to sharpen and repair of William's four millstone bills. But he did not want to deliver the iron, imputing to William that he would then owe a sum of money, whereas he owed nothing. William thus went to the king's bailiff, and by gage and pledges the iron was delivered to William by the king's bailiff. [2]

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1344

  • T1344 A: Middlesex. de eo quod est receptatorum Katerine de Lenne, Isabelle de Ryshton, Cecilie de Cauford, et Agnetis vocate Blak' Anneys, que sunt communes meretrices et receptatrices diversorum hominum infra parochiam sancte Marie atte Stroude. [3] rcp

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  • M1348 A: William de Excestre, clamator de banco regis [4] SJ
  • M1348 B: Willelmus Doget, tabernarius et civis London' [5] SJ


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  • E1353 A: 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. [6] rcp
  • M1353 A: London John de Excestre, criour, vs. William Wymand, imprisonment and maltreatment of John in London, mesne process only [7]
  • T1354 A: T1354 A: Kent. Trespass vi et armis. Richard Stone of Dartford v. William de Hatfeld of London goldsmith Alleged taking vi et armis of gold and silver buckles and rings. Plea that he is a goldsmith and the buckles and rings were weak and delivered to him to repair according to his art, with special traverse he vi et armis took any buckles or rings, so that he asked judgment if he could be sued as an artisan for goods thus delivered. Without any recorded ruling, plaintiff and defendant joined issue on the taking of buckles and rings vi et armis and contra pacem. [8] rcp
  • E1359 A: Pardoner. Kent. Trespass. John de Stoke v. Geoffrey de Lymoynes, John Savage, John de Okham pardoner, Alexander de Ryppeley pardoner, Thomas de Langeton pardoner, Henry le Clerc pardoner, Nicholas de Walyngford pardoner, and Walter de Morley pardoner. [9], [10], [11], [12], [13] rcp
  • T1359 A: Pardoner. Northamptonshire. Nicholas Piket de Northampton v. Roger Power pardoner. Trespass. [14], [15] rcp
  • E1360 A: Pardoner. Oxfordshire. Ralph de Ascote chaplain v. Richard Adynton & Margaret his wife with Peter le Brewere and William Pardoner. Assault at Oxford; plea of not guilty. [16] rcp
  • M1360 A: Pardoner. Lincolnshire. Hugh de Haukesthorpe of Lincoln & Agnes his wife v. William Kele pardoner. Trespass. [17], [18] rcp
  • H1361 A: Mirrormaker. Warwickshire. Willelmum le Mirourmaker de Coventre. [19] rcp
  • H1361 B: Shoemakers/Tanners. Yorkshire. Rex v. Thomas Lawys. The custom is that shoemakers should not also practice the art of tannery, but Lawys did both against the king's prohibition. [20] rcp
  • E1361 A: Vestmentmaker [21] rcp
  • E1361 B: Tornour [22] rcp
  • M1362 A: Carter: trespass on the case for refusal to haul grain after payment. [23] rcp
  • H1363 A: Woolpacker. [24] rcp

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1390 Thomas Coventre, travelyngman [25]


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  • M1530 A: Musician. Error. Great Totton (21 Henry VIII). Defamation. John Heyth (a musician) v. Edmund Stokephorte cleric. Case in English. [26] rcp
  • M1530 B: Innkeeper liability: Andover, Hampshire. John Plumley v. John Waterman de Anover innholder. [27] rcp

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  • H1590 A: Mercer apprentice agreement in Ipswich. Oliver Cowper v William Bultor, concering the apprenticeship of Thomas Wildes. [28] rcp

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