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H1302 A: Enforcement of assize of bread and ale by bailiffs of bishop of Salisbury. [1], [2]

M1305 A: Nuisance on the market of Wilton by the market of Salisbury. [3]. For list of violating merchants, see Salisbury data tables. ; pleaded H1306: [4] ; [5]; [6]; [7]; [8]; [9]; [10]; [11]

E1311 A: Law merchant case in court of Salisbury. Rex & Hugh le Vaus v. Adam de Stocke, Adam atte Mulle de Remmesbury, Richard Attenenne, Edward de Werminstre, John de Harnham, Alexander le Keu of Salisbury, & John de Devises. The sheriff returned a justicies writ of debt under the law merchant for 80p.s. 10s to the court of Salisbury. The mayor and bailiffs put 108 cloths under their seal as confiscated by attachment until the defendants violated the attachment and made off with the cloths. Verdict against Stocke and Mulle. [12]