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E1297 A: Adam de Duyn vs Robert Waundard, parson of the church of Shoteswell, in a plea that he forcibly seized and abducted Amice, wife of the said Adam, in the parish of St Mary de la Stronde outside the bar of the New Temple London (vi et armis). [1]

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  • H1342 A: Et sciendum quod quidam Willelmus Lovel miles in curia hic in presencia et audiencia justiciariorum animo impetuoso dixit cuidam Ade de Flitham narratori predicti Petri Faukes in assisa predicta placitanti in eadem assisa in exclusione eiusdem assise et proponendo predictum scriptum ut superius continetur quod ipse Adam et alii narratores qui fuerunt de consilio predicti Petri non fuerunt in toto fideles eo quod ipsi die precedenti dixerunt eidem Willelmo quod ipsi non habuerunt alioquod tale scriptum penes se, per quod predictus Willelmus Lovel committitur prisone etc. Postea idem Willelmus fecit finem cum domino Rege occasione predicta ut patet per rotulum finium istius termini etc. Ideo ipse deliberatur etc. [2] rcp

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  • M1345 A: Rex v. Robert de Neuwenham procurator in court Christian in the church of St Peter of York. Presented that he was procurator of Robert de Rouclif knight in a case against Lord John de Holthorpe and took 10s from Holthorpe in deception of Rouclif. Also he by conspiracy with Thomas de Popelton made John son of Phillip de London to draw Matilda de Percy into a false plea in court Christian so that Neuwenham was Matilda's procurator and took from her 10s, while he also took 10s from John. [3] rcp

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1348: H1348A: Assault in hall of pleas in Somerton in 18 Edward III before justices. [4], [5] rcp

M1348 A: Yorkshire. Rex v. Master Robert de Newenham procurator in the court Christian in the church of St Peter, York. Newehnam was found to be a common ambidexter; he took 10s for his fees. [6]

M1348 B: Yorkshire. Rex v. John de Barneburgh found guilty of champerty as attorney in cases arising in Donaster in 18 Edward III. [7]

H1349 A: Yorkshire. Presented that Hugh Boldbody de Kerhous was an ambidexter in pleas: he was of counsel of Olive Proctur of North Duffield in her widowhood in a bill prosecuted coram rege in the time of William Scot against John son of Hugh of North Duffield; he took from Olive his salary and from John 40d. He was a common ambidexter in many pleas. He was of counsel to William Haukesworth de Blactofte to prosecute for him divers bills against Adam Toy de Salby and against Alice Bore de Esterington, but he prosecuted those bills to have a part, so that by arbitration and the consideration of neighbors chosen between them Haukesworth was supposed to have two marks of silver for the wrongs done by Adam and Alice, of which William Haukesworth got only 5s and Boldbody got the rest, which he took at champerty. And he is a common maintainer of pleas. He made fine. [8]

H1349 B: Yorkshire. Presented that John de Slengesby took from the lady of Molton 13s4d to aid her on a jury of formedon between her and Elena Vendour, but then took 20s from Elena to hold with her in the same plea. [9] 1349:

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  • E1361 A: Delivery by William de Shareshull to Henry Greene of all the document series (named) of king's bench. [10] rcp

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  • M1435: Thomas Fulthorp, serviens at legem, v. John Lokwod, Sutton under Whitstanclyffe, Yorkshire, for a debt of £18, mesne process only [11] SJ

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  • H1530 A: Middlesex. William Whyte v. Thomas Gardyner gentleman. Trespass on the case. On October10 20 Henry VIII Whyte retained Gardyner by 3s4d as counsel for legal business at Westminster. He gave Gardyner 5 marks for the needs of prosecution, but Gardyner converted the money to his own use. Gardyner protested that he had not been retained and pleaded that he did not receive the 5 marks. [12] rcp

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  • H1590 A: Solicitor hire. Middlesex. Henry Buttes one of the clerks of Edward Hall a clerk of John Rooper knight and Thomas Rooper armiger chief clerk of king's bench v. Robert Aberd. Aberd had hired Buttes as solicitor to prosecute several actions in king's bench and also to defend in other actions. Buttes was to pay all the normal fees, and Aberd would refund the fees. There were four actions and Buttes spent in all 32s4d, but Aberd did not repay. Aberd did not defend; a jury found that Buttes suffered 35s in damages and costs of 10s. [13] rcp
  • H1590 B: Middlesex. Thomas Shawe gentleman a clerk of king's bench v. Anthony Lyngwood gentleman attorney of king's bench. Trespass on the case for the purchase of various writs. [14] rcp

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