Amercement excused from Peter Nykkes for the same. Pledges: the one for the other.
Order to distrain Peter Flote, John son of Stephen and William Swetebryd Junior to respond at the next court for the same.
6 d. from Laurence le Revere for being a forestallor of salt, in the same manner. Pledge: Peter Fezaunt.
Order to distrain Robert le Mayden to respond at the next court for the same.
2 s. from Simon Tannator for overburdening the pasture with 10 beasts from Sawtrey, to the nuisance of the whole community. Pledge: William le Rydeman.
Order to attach Philip Noseles, shoemaker,  by his body, because he often goes out into the vill at night and stands beneath the walls and listens to the conversations of the men of the vill, and when anyone sees him standing in such a manner, he runs away, on account of which he is suspected of [doing] no good.
Order to attach William Gaunt by his body because he frequently raises the hue and cry and cries out at night because of drunkenness, to the terror of the vill. Amercement excused because he is a pauper.
Memorandum: The Lord Abbot, out of his special grace, conceded to William Pope three houses once belonging to Henry de Grafham, goldsmith, who was recently hanged, [and which were the object of] a certain agreement between William and Henry, and William shall maintain those houses in the same condition or better. Further, he shall hold them at the will of the lord. Pledges for the maintenance of the houses: John Crane, Alan son of Godfrey Tannator and William son of Stephen son of Fulk, all found by William.
6 d. annually from John Sayene for exercising the office of tanner and shoemaker. 
[COURT HELD AT RAMSEY ON TUESDAY, THE VIGIL OF THE PURIFICATION OF BLESSED MARY,[CONCLUDING THE] VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE IN THE THIRD YEAR OF ABBOT JOHN.] 
6 d. each from Alan Norman, Robert Pictor and Nicholas, his brother, for battery and bloodshed against Richard Hagin. Pledges: John Norman, Simon Chacede and Peter Fezaunt.
6 d. from Thomas Cissor for living with the under-mason in the solar outside the great gate, because he damages the King's road. Pledge: Stephen the Bailiff.
6 d. each from Henry de Len and Walter le Mercer for the same. Pledges: the one for the other.
Order to distrain Henry Kyppon and Emma Powel to respond at the next court, the former for selling unclean meat, the latter for using and selling entrails.
6 d. from Peter Flote for forestalling. Pledge: John Crane.
Order to summon Peter Carnifex to hear his judgement for not having John son of Stephen, who was attached to respond at this court and whom Peter pledged. Order [that John be attached by a better pledge.]
Order to summon Gilbert le Wode to hear his judgement for not having William Swetebryd, who was similarly attached and whom he pledged. Order [to attach by a better pledge.]
Note that Robert Mayden, a pauper, found a pledge that henceforth he would not commit forestalling, specifically by meeting and buying victuals from those coming to the vill, to the detriment of the vill.
Order to summon Bate Pistor to hear his judgement for not having William Gaunt, who was attached to appear and whom he pledged. Order [to attach by a better pledge.]
Amercement recorded above  from Elias le Stabler for his Lenten wastel-bread being deficient in weight to the amount of 3s. 3 d. Pledge: John Norman.
Amercement recorded above  from Bate Pistor for the same, tithe amount of 40 s. 6 d. Pledge: Stephen the Bailiff.
Amercement recorded above  from Amice Clere for the same, tithe amount of 36 s. 2 d. Pledge: John Norman.
Amercement recorded above  from Isabelle Callop for the same, to the amount of 30 s. Pledge: Ivo le Alderman.
6 d. from Philip le Noseles for nocturnal trespass in the lord's alder-grove. Pledges: John Norman and Simon Chacede.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE CAPITAL PLEDGES]
John le Treur is an heir, living in demesne, out of tithing.
Order to distrain Hawise de Sartrino for having Hugh de Kendale, a stranger, living with her, outside of tithing.
The following are outside of tithing: Peter Lekke, received by Alan Cocus, William de Bentleye, received by Felicia Prest, William One, received by Herbert le Turber, Thomas de Schytlingdon, received by the Usher, Richard Haym, received by Sampson le Cappede, Robert son of William Pistor of Yaxley, received by Richard le Porter, William le Dauber of Wood Wyton and Henry de Fordham, received by the Warden of the Chapel of Blessed Mary, William de Cayso, received by Peter Molendinarius, Elias Triturator, received by Martin Ruffus, Nicholas de Burtham, received by Walter Notthing, Gilbert, garcon of Walter Molendinarius, received by the said Walter, Richard de Schadewell and Robert le Seggere, received by Godfrey Andreu, Walter Scot, received by Robert Sculle, John le Hore, received by Lenejohan, Geoffrey de Chateriz, received by the Almoner, Henry Pellipar, received by Walter Pellipar, Robert son of Ranulph Scriptor, received by his father, who is also out of tithing, Robert Page, Henry Pycard, received by Adam de Weston, Simon son of Martin Ruffus, received by his father, Thomas de Hoylaund, Gilbert Kyppon, received by Henry Kyppon, John son of Philip le Teler, received by his father, John de Alkemundebyr', and Williamson of Richard del Wande, received by his father.