RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT HELD THERE ON THURSDAY AFTER THE FEAST OF ST LAURENCE, IN THE SIXTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING HENRY VI AND THE NINTH YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT JOHN TYTCHEMERSSH. 
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE BAILIFF]
3 d. from William Gylam, 2 d. from Simon del [....],  3 d. from [....],  2 d. from Robert Cubatour and 3 d. from John Berdewell Junior for having dung heaps in the Wyght  lying next to the road, to nuisance.
3 d. each from John Pycard and John Keteryng for not cleaning their gutters next to the boundaries.
2 d. from Richard Webster for having lumber lying in the road, to nuisance.
3 d. from the same Richard for regularly defecating in a bowl and putting his excrement on the pavement.
(Amercement excused because he swore to the contrary) from Henry Gamlyngey for similarly defecating and putting his excrement in the lade.
3 d. each from Nicholas Styvecle, knight, John Wakirley, the tenant of the lands of John Styvecle, John Crosse of Farcet, Alice Pakerell of Peterborough,  John Shirwode Senior, Henry Coupere, William Claxton, John Claxton, John Gosse, John Blenche, Nicholas Mable, William Thakker and William del Ortyherd for default.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTERS]
6 d. from Katherine Love, 4 d. from Ellen Mody, 6 d. each from Alice Baldewyn and Joan Curson, 4 d. from Agnes Cook, 6 d. each from Agnes Newman and Alice Bonaface, 8 d. from Isabelle Botiller, 6 d. each from John Gamlyngey, Agnes del Storehous, Matillis Barre, Maria Amy and Alice Webster, 4 d. each from Christiana Fryday and Katherine Fery, 6 d. from Alice Scarlet, 4 d. from Alice Turnor, 2 d. from Isabelle Duffeld, 8 d. from Emma Barbour, 6 d. from Joan Canon and 2 d. from Rose Botiller, brewers, for selling ale contrary to the assize [of ale.]
3 d. from Margaret Stevens, 2 d. from Agnes Fuller, 3 d. each from Margaret Setter, Matillis Dyke and Agnes Bocher, 4 d. each from Katherine Fen and Alice at Yate, 3 d. each from Margaret Turnour, Alice Clerk, Agnes Taillour, Agnes Coke, [...],  [...]  Chapman, Margaret Coupere, Maria Barbour, Agnes Marche, 4 d. from [...]  del Burel[...],  [...],  3 d. each from Agnes Crane, Margaret Sporyour, Alice Parker, Joan [...],  [...],  [...] Berdewell, Joan Castre, and 4 d. from Ellen Crisp, retailers, for regrating ale.
2 d. from Katherine Love for [....] 
[Amercement of Thomas Brouse, John Crisp and others, whose named are obliterated, for selling something within the vill.] 
2 d. from Margery Sporyour for assaulting and striking John Herdhede.
3 d. from the said John for assaulting the same Margery.
6 d. each from John Barre, William del Storehous, Henry Overton, Laurence Bocher, John Ryvenale, John Newman, 4 d. from Roger Caaster, 6 d. from John Berford, and 4 d. from Thomas Webster, butchers, for charging too much in selling meat.
Ordinance that no one is to put animals' entrails or anything fetid or corrupt in the lade, under penalty of 12 d.
3 d. from John Wayte, 2 d. from Simon Segge, 3 d. each from Simon Spillesby, John Burges, Nicholas Burges, Thomas Bysshop, William Wyke and Thomas Dyke, tailors, for charging too much for making clothes.
4 d. from Simon Spillesby for assaulting John Makister.
3 d. from William del Burgh, 6 d. from John Herdhede, 4 d. from John Chapman, 3 d. from Richard Ednam, and 2 d. from Richard de Bykerton, cobblers, for charging too much in selling shoes.
3 d. each from John Foseney, William Chaloner, John Webster, William Conyngton, Richard Webster, and John Brabon, weavers, for charging too much [for their services.]
3 d. each from Thomas Fuller and Thomas Munne, fullers, for charging too much for fulling.
4 d. from Thomas Stukele, tanner, for charging too much in selling leather.
6 d. each from John Pope and John Horewode, and 4 d. from Henry Gamlyngey for baking contrary to the assize.
3 d. from Agnes Taillour and 2 d. from Margaret Setter for [wrongfully] selling victuals.
3 d. from John Hobard, labourer, for taking an excessive salary for day-labour, in that he took [....] 
6 d. from the same John for enclosing many crofts of peat.
Ordinance that no labourer is to charge more per day than[...],  under penalty of 10 s. for both giver and receiver.
Election of William Faunt as Constable and ale-taster.
3 d. from Thomas [....] 
1. 12 August, 1428.
4. MS: le Wight.
5. MS: de Burgh.
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25. MS: le Wyght ende.
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