[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTERS]
6 d. each from Matillis Barre, Margaret Lode, Joan Overton, 4 d. from the wife of Thomas [...],  12 d. each from Isabelle Botiller, Emma Barbour and Agnes Faunt, 4 d. from the wife of John Warde, [...]  from Katherine [...],  [...] from [Katherine]  Witelesey, 8 d. each from Joan Curson and Agnes Newman, 12 d. from Agnes Huntyngdon, 4 d. from Agnes Denys,[...]  from the wife of [...],  [...]  from[...]  Elyngton, 12 d. from Maria Amy, 4 d. from Alice Pope,6 d. from Katherine Luff, 4 d. from Rose Botiller, 8 d. from Joan Brygge, 4 d. each from Agnes Gase and Alice Skerlet, and 12 d. from Katherine Fyssher, brewers, for selling ale contrary to the assize.
2 d. each from Emma Wayte, Agnes del Marche, Maria Grene, Isabelle Stedeman, Margaret Kirkeby, 3 d. from Alice Coke, 2 d. from the wife of John Shelford, 4 d. each from Isabelle Duffel and Agnes Bocher, 2 d. each from Joan Dor[eham]  and Margaret Wenyngton, 4 d. from Alice at Gate, 2 d. each from Margery Faukes and Maria Coupere, 4 d. from Agnes [...], 2 d. from the wife of Richard Gylam, (amercement excused) from Ellen Barker, 2 d. from Agnes Taillour, 4 d. from Alice Berford,[?2 d.]  from Ellen Crisp, 2 d. each from Katherine West, Isabelle Boys, Margaret Ballard, Joan Berdwell the Younger, Alice Cok, and 4 d. from Joan Rykkes, retailers, for regrating ale.
2 s. 2 d. each from Emma Barbour, Agnes Faunt, Agnes Huntyngdon, Maria Amy, Katherine Luff and Katherine Fyssher for not sending their ale to the tasting when they brewed.
[No amercements recorded] from the wife of Thomas Baxtere, Isabelle Botiller, Joan Curson, Katherine Luff, Rose Botiller and Agnes Gase for not coming in person with their measures.
2 d. each from Isabelle Botiller, for not having a quart, Katherine Wittelesey for not having a pottle, and Rose Botiller for the same. 2 d. each from Agnes Bocher, Maria Coupere, Agnes Gylam, Margaret Ballard, and (amercement excused) from Katherine West for not coming with their measures.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
3 d. each from Nicholas Styvecle, knight, and the tenant of the land of John Stukeley, owing suit to court, for default.
Amercement excused from John Wakirley for the same, because he is beyond the sea.
3 d. from John Crysp for not cleaning his ditch in Beterstrete.
6 d. from William Faunt for throwing three pounds of grit  into the common lade, to nuisance. Order that he clean the said lade as quickly as possible.
3 d. from John Rykkes for assaulting Thomas Toppyng and striking him.
3 d. from the same John for striking Richard Ednam in Richard's house.
3 d. from John Dale for assaulting John Mychel against the King's peace.
[No amercement recorded] from the same John Dale for maliciously assaulting John Jakes.
12 d. from the same John Dale for making rescue from the Constables while collecting knights' expenses.
12 d. from John Mable for the same.
12 d. from John Berford for assaulting William Hobard and striking Joan, his wife.
12 d. from John Berford for refusing to obey the Constables in finding security for the peace of Thomas Saddyng.
3 d. from John Symmes for entering the close of Richard Payn and assaulting and attempting to rape Margaret, Richard's daughter.
6 d. from Thomas Cok for making rescue from John Coupere, sub-bailiff of the Lord King while performing his office.
4 d. from the same Thomas for washing animals' entrails in the common lade, to nuisance.
4 d. from the same Thomas for making rescue from John Ryvenhale, ale-taster, while performing his office.
[No amercement recorded] from John Luff for having one boar and two sows that go about the vill unleashed, one of which broke down John Bonaface's door, knocked over a cradle and ate a blanket. For this, [John Luff] incurs a penalty of 40 d.
(No amercement) from John Symmes for entering John Witton's house against his will.
3 d. from John Blenche Senior for housing Juliana Blenche after she had been prohibited the vill.
6 d. from John Eyre, 2 d. from John Wayte, (amercement excused)from Agnes Marche, 2 d. each from John Clevelok, John Rasur, Alice Ramsey, Richard Wayte, 3 d. from William Stevens, 2 d. from John Barre, and (no amercement) from Thomas Walton for putting dung and ashes in the common next to the pillory, to nuisance.
PTR N="19" TARGET="N2390"/> (No amercement) from Thomas Bakster, 2 d. from William Botiller, 3 d. each from Thomas Barbour, John Ryvenale, Nicholas[...],  and 2 d. each from John Baxster and Thomas Randes for having privies standing next to the lade, to nuisance.
8 d. from John Horewode, 6 d. from John Pope, 12 d. from John Fyssher, and 2 d. from Thomas Baker for baking [and selling bread]  contrary to the assize.
2 d. each from John Barre, Robert Coupere, Leonard Wyn, Margaret Setter, Agnes Faunt, the wife of [...]  Coke, Alice at Gate and William Collet for charging too much in selling victuals.
2 d. from John Barre, 6 d. each from John Hertlond, John Ryvenale and Thomas Cok, and 3 d. from William Abbot, butchers, for charging too much in selling meat and for selling corrupt meat.
[No amercement recorded] from Richard Collet and Thomas Man for the same.
2 d. each from [...]  Gayte, John Sutton, William Kyng, and [no amercements recorded] from (John Mysangle and Nicholas Mayden) for charging too much in selling shoes.
[...]  from [...]  Cook, 2 d. from Thomas Randes,(no amercement) from Thomas Webster, and 2 d. each from William Webster, William Conyngton and [...]  Faukes, weavers, for charging too much for weaving cloth.
Election and swearing-in of [...]  as Constable with Thomas Fuller.
PTR N="34" TARGET="N2405"/> [Debt case in which Richard [...]  wages his law with four oath helpers that he does not owe a debt to Richard Cok Seyman. He is amerced 3 d.]
3 d. from John Barker for a licence of concord with [...] in a plea of debt.
3 d. from [...]  for the same with Thomas Baxtere in a plea of debt.
3 d. from John [...]  for not prosecuting a plea of debt against William Botiller.
3 d. from John [...]  for not cleaning his gutter next to the road.
2 d. from Richard [...]  for the same.
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1. Roll badly damaged and torn.
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3. ca. 23 July, 1436. The dorse of the roll is dated Thursday, the feast of St Anne. John Stowe, abbot of Ramsey: 1436-64.
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16. Either 21 March (feast of St Benedict the Abbot) or 11 July (feast of the Translation of St Benedict.)
18. MS: le grit.
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