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with tofts and crofts and all buildings and services.

Dated at Dundee, 23 February, ist of his reign, i.e. 1292.

I With seal] Ch. 4.



Part of a roll of a list of the justices of the peace, &c., summoned to
the assizes held at Newcastle on Tyne, 5 August, 1 2 Will. III.

[One membrane only.'] Northumberland Rolls, i.

IIOCE. Plan of the manor and lordship of Rock, surveyed 7 May,
1599. Rolls, 2.



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.

COT GRAVE. Peter de Sandiacre grants to the brethren of the
hospital of Jerusalem in frankalmoigne, six bovates of land in the
territory of Cotegrave, with toft and croft and appurtenances within
and without the same village, (c. 1220-30.)

[With seal.] Nottinghamshire Charters, 11.

Robert de Burun grants to the hospital and brethren of St. John
of Jerusalem in frankalmoigne, two bovates of land with a croft and
toft in Cotegrave, which Stephen, a native of Roger de Burun, held,
(c. 1210-20.) Ch. 5.

Roger de Burun gives and grants to the hospital and bretliren of
St. John of Jerusalem, in frankalmoigne, his native, Stephen, with two
bovates of land in Cotegrave, namely those that were William's, son of
Turbern. (c. 1200.) Ch. 4.

Stephen de Burun, with the assent of Emma his wife, and of his heirs,
grants to God and St. Mary and St. John the Baptist, and to the holy
house of the hospital of Jerusalem, in frankalmoigne, 2d. of annual
rent, from the land that William Rosel holds of him in Cotegrave.

(c. 1230-40.) [With seal ^ Ch. 12,

Peter de Ulkelthorp acknowledges for himself and heirs to hold of
the hospital 14c?. annual rent from a tenement of the fee of the said
hospital in Cotegrave, besides los. to be paid at his death for the
same tenement, (c. 1260-70.) [With seal.] Ch. 13.

CUCKNEY. Thomas, son of Richard de Kukeney, grants to the
brethren of the hospital of Jerusalem in frankalmoigne, the services
of that toft and croft that Gilian, sister of Ralph, parson of Warsop,
held in Kuyekeney, also one bovate of land in the same village,
namely one of those bovates which the said Gilian held with common
of pasture and appurtenances.

(c. 1240-50,) [With seal.] Ch. 14.

Thomas, son of Richard de Cucheneia, gives to Ailiva and to his
youngest surviving daughter by her, the land which her father held
by the sei-vice of one bovate, together with Reginald her brother, and
the land which he also held by the service of one bovate, to hold



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 275

NOTTINGHAM,
of the hospital of Jerusalem of which tlie said Thomas was a brother
at a rent of i2d. until his return from the Holy land, and if he does
not return, for 2s. annual rent, for his soul and for the souls of his
father and mother, (c. 1 190-1200.) Ch, 2.

Master Stephen de Radeclive grants to Hugh Blund for his homage
and service one bovate of land in the territory of Cukeneia, with a toft
and croft and appurtenances within and without the same village, viz.
that which Thomas son of Richard gave to the hospital; paying
annually 6s. 2d. (c. 1250-60.) [With seal.] Ch. 15.

Master Stephen de Radeclive grants to Stephen his son one bovate of
land in Cukeneia, which was William de Cukenea's, paying annually for
the same 14c?. (c. 1250-60.) Ch. 6.

Robert de Diva, prior of the hospital of Jerusalem in England, with
the consent of the brethren, grants to master Stephen de Radeclive, one
bovate of land in the village of Cokenay which AVilliam de Karletun
formerly held, at an annual rent of i4d. (c. 1240-50.) [With seal.]

Ch. 16.

Stephen, son of master Steplien de Radeclyve, quit-claims to the
brethren of the hospital of Jerusalem all his right in the whole of the
land with appurtenances in the village of Cukenay, which he held of the
said brethren, namely that which William de Karleton formerly held,
(c. 1260-70.) [With seal.] Ch. 17.

GEDLING. Sir John de Normanvyll, kt., grants to John le
Smyth and John his son, the whole of a messuage in the village of
Gedelyng for their lives, paying annually for the same 63.

Dated at Gedlyng the Thursday next before the feast of St. Laurence,
23 Ed. III. Ch. I.

NEWARK. William, son of "William Crag', of Neuwerk, junior,
grants to William Asseballock, of Neuwerk, and his heirs and assigns,
one plot of land in Newerk lying in Bemund. (c. 13 10.)

[With seal] Ch. 18.

Peter Waleys of Honedeyn quit-claims to William Asseballock of
Newerk all his right in one plot of land in Newerk, lying in Beumund
between the plot of Ral|)h, son of Peter, and a plot of the said
William's, (c. 13 10.) [Vfith seal.] ' Ch. 19.

Robert de Cotum in Newerk grants to William Asseballock one
plot of land without Newerk lying in Beumund. (c. 13 10.)

[With seal] Ch. 20.

Philip le Mercer of Newerk and Alice his wife grant to William le
Walker of Newerk and Alice his wife a certain portion of a toft lying
in *le Apiltongate' of Newerk, paying for the same annually 3d

Dated at Newerk on the feast of St. Nicholas, 1293. [With seal]

Ch. 21.

Philip le Mercer of Newerk and Alice his wife grant to William le
Walker of Newerk and Alice his wife, and to their heirs and assigns, a
certain portion of their toft lying in ' le Apiltongate ' of Newerk

T 2



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NOTTINGHAM,
between the toft of Robert de Houton on the south, and a toft of
Robert le Walker, father of tlie said William, on the north.

Dated at Newerch on the feast of the invention of the Holy Cross,
1294. [WitJi seal.^ CJi. 22.

Robert Salter of Newerk grants to William Asseballok, Beatrice his
wife, and John their son, one messuage in Beumund of Newerk,
paying annually to the bp. of Lincoln for all secular services 6d.

(c. 1310.) \)Vith seal.'] Ch. 2'^.

Ralph, £on of Peter de Neuwerk, grants to William Asseballock and
his heirs, one toft in Beumond of Neuvverk, paying annually to him and
his heirs id.

Dated at Neuwerk the Saturday next before the feast of St. Luke,
evangelist, 3 Ed. II. [With seal.'] Ch. 24.

Indenture witnessing that Robert Doyle of Thorp, near Newerk, esq.,
and Grace liis wife, formerly wife of Hugh de Thorp, esq., have demised
to John Cranmer of Aslacton and Alice his wife, daughter of the said
Hugh, all their lands and tenements, rents and services, with appurten-
ances in Newerk and Northgate near Newerk, to hold the same for five
years, paying annually one red rose at the feast of St. John the Bapt.
(c. 1380.) Ch. 8.

Thomas Aylif and John Manthorp of Newerk, chaplains, grant to
Richard Wakfield of Newerk one acre and one rood of arable land
lying in the fields of Newerk and Northgate, in exchange for two
selions of arable land lying in the territory of Newerk.

Dated at Newerk the Friday on the feast of the apostles SS. Philip
and James, 6 Hen. IV. [With seal.] Ch. 25.

NORTON. John de Birschawe and Margaret his wife grant to
William Brid and his wife, for their lives, all the lands and tenements
in Norton which they acquired of the aforesaid William.

Dated at Norton in the parish of Cokeney the Monday on the
feast of the apostles SS. Simon and Jude, 16 Ed. I. Ch. 7.

RADFORD. Geoffrey de Simili, with the assent of his wife, grants
to the hospital and brethren of St. John of Jerusalem in frankalmoigne
half a virgate of land in the territory of Radeford, namely that which
Ordric held. (c. 1230-40.) [With seal ^ Ch. 26.

WAIiECOTE. Terric de Nussa, prior of the hospital of Jeru-
salem in England, with the assent of their whole chapter, grant
to Arnulf, son of Ivo de Cotesbec and Emme de Cotesbech and their
heirs, one toft and 1 2 acres of land and one acre of meadow in Walecote,
which they have by the gift of Simon, son of Adam de Walecote, at an
annual rent of i2d. (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 3.

WAIiINGWELLS Nunnery. Indenture by which dame Ann
Goldsmith, prioress of the monastery of our Lady in the park of
Carleton near Wallingwells, grants to Brian Hastings, esquier, all

, for 3 years, paying annually 24 marks 6s. 8c?.

Dated at Campsall, 5 April, 15 16. Ch. 9.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 277

NOTTINGHAM.

WOB/KSOP. Indenture witnessing that Charles, the prior, and

convent of Wyrkeso^, have granted to Herry Elys, esq., and darae

Luce his wife, their grainge and manor called ' Schyroks ' in the parish

of Wyrkesopp for 1 2 years.

Given at Wyrkesopp on the feast of St. John Bapt., 1458. Ch, 10.



A particular charge of the annual tenths of the clergy within the
above county for one year ending 25 Dec , 1652.

Nottinghamshire JRolls, i.



OXFORDSHIRE.

ARDLEY. Institution by William, archbishop of Canterbury
(the see of Lincoln being then vacant), of master John London, LL.D.,
to the church of Ardley, vacant by the death of William Oylys,
chaplain, on the presentation of William Billyng, gent., the patron.
Dated in the manor of Lamehith, 5 March, 1620.

Oixyfordshire Charters, 139.

BAMPTON. Indenture made 29 November, 31 Chas. II, be-
tween William Young of Bampton, gent., of the one part, and Thomas
Abell of Witney, gent, and John Tanner of Coggs, yeoman, of the
other part, being the marriage settlement of the said William Young
with Mary Millen, daughter of Thomas Millen of the Hayes in the
parish of Coggs, yeoman. Ch, 140.

BENSINGTON. Bond for £20 given by John Stampe of
Chollsey, co. Berks, to Richard Cox, the dean and chapter of Christ
Church, for keeping in repair the parsonage house and barn of Ben-
sington. Dated 29 August, 36 Hen. VIII. Ch. 141.

BICESTER (Priory of). The will of Henry de St. Edwards,
dated the Friday next after the feast of St. Augustine, 1323, leaving
bequests to the priory of Bicester and himself to be buried in the said
priory. Ch. 142.

CHAL GRAVE. Articles of agreement between the dean and
chapter of Christ Church and Roger Quatermayn of Chalgrave, co.
Oxon, yeoman, of the one part, and William Standisshe of Oxford,
gent., of the other part, agreed 16 May, 3rd Q. Elizabeth, to abide
the award of Edmund Plowden as to how far the portion of tithes
called Becco herlewyn or Beckharvest tithes in Chalgrave do extend
and be leviable; with bond for £100 given by William Standisshe
attached. [With seal ^ Ch. 142*.

CHIPPING-NORTON. Thomas Barbour of Chepingnorton
grants to Joan Barbour one messuage with appurtenances situated
near the tenement of John Yonge on the east part.

Dated at Chepingnorton, 27 October, 16 Hen. YI. Ch. 143-



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OXFORD.
John Balle of Chepyngnorton grants to Thomas Barbour and Alice
his wife, their heirs and assigns, one messuage with appurtenances,
.... Yonge on the east part.

Dated at Chepyngnorton, 27 October, 16 Hen. VI. [Mutilated.]

Ch. 144.

Thomas Gerveys of Chepyngnorton grants to John Barbur, junior,
of Chepyngenorton, and Isabel his wife, one plot of land lately built
uj^on, with one house lately called 'le forge,' containing in length
50 feet and in breadth 40 feet, in Chepyngnorton in the end of the
middle way of the same village, which he lately had with other lands
by the gift and feoffment of Joan Barbur, widow, and which were
formerly Thomas Barbur's her husband.

Dated at Chepyngnorton, 27 June, 2 Ed. IV. Ch. 145.

CLATTERCOTE (Hospital of St. Leonard at). Copy of a
bull of Pope Innocent III to the proctors of the house of St. Leonard
of Clattercote, of the order of Sempryngham, confirming lands in
Banbury &c. to them.

Dated 19 year of his pontificate, 3 Nones March, i. e. 12 16.

Ch. 146.

Bull of pope Honorius IV granting protection to the prior and
brethren of the leprous hospital of Clatercote.

Dated the 4th year of his pontificate, i. e. a. d. 12 19. Ch. 147.

CLIFTON, BURCOT, HOLCOMB, and DRAYTON. In-
denture made between Robert, the abbot, and convent of Dorchester of
the one part, and John Loveday and John Moyne of the other, wit-
nesseth that in settlement of divers disputes between the said parties,
the abbot and convent release and quit-claim all their right in all the
lands and tenements which they hold in the villages of Clyfton, Brudy-
cote, Holcoumbe, and Drayton, and in the same manner the said John
and John quit-claim all their right in the lands and tenements, rents
and services, held by the said abbot and convent in the same villages.
Dated at Dorkchestre the Tuesday next before the feast of St.
Hilary, 31 Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 147*.

COWLEY (Temple). Thomas, son and heir of John Goldyene
of Staunton St. John, and Katherine his wife, and Agnes, wife of the
said Thomas, grant to John Leylond, clerk of Oxford, and Margaret
his wife, all their lands and tenements, with meadows, feedings, and
pastures, and appurtenances which they have in the village and fields
of Templecovele. Dated at Templecovele, 3 Sept. i Hen. VI. Ch. 148.

CROWMARSH-GIFPORD (Hospital of St. Mary Magda-
len). The brethren and sisters of the hospital of St. Mary Magdalen
of Craumers' grant to John Doget, shoemaker, the whole of that place
with a house which lies in * la Lane ' in the parish of St. Mary the
greater, Wallingford, between a messuage which was bought of
Richard Gileberd and a messuage which was Richard Wran s ; paying
annually to them and their successors for the same I2d. of silver, and
to the church of St. Mary the. greater i2d.; for this donation he gave
one mark of silver. (7A. 149.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY, 273

OXFORD.
DEDINGTON. Robert Laurens of Somerton quit-claims to John
Selby of Dadyngton all right of action &c. against him to the date of
this present charter.

Dated at Dadyngton on the feast of St. Stephen, 1 4 Rio. II.

Ch. 150.

Fine dated at Westminster .... 14 Hen. VII, between John
Bustard and John Billyng, plaintiffs, and Charles , . . ., and Agnes
his wife, defendants, by which the said Charles and Agnes acknowledge
certain lands, messuages, &c. in Dedington, Clyfton, and Hampton to
belong to the said John and John, for which they gave to the said
Charles and Agues 100 marks of silver. [Mutilated.^ Ch, 151.

Duplicate of fine levied at Westminster, 14 Hen. VII (No. 151).

Ch. 152.

ENSTONE. Bull of Pope Clement III, appropriating the church

of Enstone to the prior and convent of Winchcomb, Gloucestershire.'

Dated 2nd pont. year, i.e. 1189. Ch. 153.

A catalogue of the parochial library and other things belonging to
the parish of Enstone.

Oct. 7th, 1756, G. Sheppard, curate. Ch. 154..

GODSTOW (Abbey of). Reginald de Baelun, son of Reginald,
son of the earl, and Enieiine de Baelun grant and confirm that
donation which their father and mother made of their manor of Eaton
to the church of St. Mary and St. John the Baptist aud the nuns of
Godestowe in frankalraoigne. (c. 1170-80). (7A. 155.

HAHTDBOROUGH. An account of the goods belonging to the
parish church of Handborough. (c. 1756.) (7A. 156.

HASELEY (Great). Institution of John Saumares, clerk, S.T.P.
and dean of Guernsey, to the rectory of Haseley, vacant by the pro-
motion of Francis Turner, on the presentation of K. Chas. II.

Dated 28 Nov. 1684. Ch. 157.

HEADINGTON. William, son and heir of Hugh Forester of
Hedyngton, grants to John Forester his son a messuage, two virgates
of land and a fourth part of one other virgate .... which came to him
by heirship after the death of Hugh his father, in the village and fields
of Hedyngton, which the said Hugh had by the gift and feoffment of
sir Richard Damory, kt. {Mutilated.')

Dated August .... Hen. IV. Ch. 158.

William Masey appoints John Culham of Barton and his

attornies to give seisin of a messuage and i\ virgate of land called
* Howchons ' in Hedyndon to Robert James, esq., and others. .

Dated the Saturday next before St. George the martyr, [7] Hen.V.

Ch. i59»

William Masey quit-claims to Robert James, esq., Edmund Rede,
John Faynel, sen., and William Robyns, all his right in one toft and



280 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD,
one virgate of land in Hedynton, which the said Robert and others had
by the gift and feoffment of John Dalberd, clerk, Robert Brims, and
JohnHore. Dated at Hedynton, 6 August, 7 Hen. V. Ch. 160.

Robert James, Edward Rede, and Richard Bruns grant to John
Walker of Oxford, baker, Michael Norton, Gilbert Burton, and
William Frankeleyn, all their messuages, lands, and tenements, rents,
reversions, and services, with woods, meadows, feedings, common of
pasture, and appurtenances, called ' Houchons,' which they late had by
the gift and feoffment of William Masey in Hedyngton.

Dated at Hedyngdon the Monday next after the feast of the
Ascension, 8 Hen. Y. Ch. 161.

Fragment of a charter relating to the lands called ' Houchons ' in the
parish of Hedyngdon.

Dated at Hedyngdon the Monday 8 Hen. V. Ch. 162.

Fragment of a charter relating to the lands at Headington called
'Huchons.' Dated 15 Hen.VL Ch. 163.

John Walker of Oxford, Michael Norton, William Frankeleyn, and

, grant to John Downham one messuage and one virgate and

one fourth part of a virgate of land in Hedyngdon, which they had by
the gift and feoffment of Robert James, esq., and others.

Dated at Hedyngdon, 5 May, 15 Hen.VL Ch. 164.

Edward Rede, esq., grants to John Downham of Hedyngdon and
Agnes his wife, all his lands and tenements, rents, reversions, and
services, with appurtenances, which he lately had by the gift and
feoffment of the said John in the village and fields of Hedyngdon.

Dated at Hedyngdon, 13 October, 26 Hen.VL Ch. 165.

IFFLEY. Joan, daughter of John Basset, and Alice her sister,
grant to Thomas le Kyng of Grendon for his life, three half-acres of
arable land in the field of Churchezyftele, of which one acre lies in a
culture called Rychiforlong, between the land of Peter Dul of the one
part, and the land which was John Basset's of the other, and the other
half-acre lies in the same culture between the land of Katherine Culverd
of the one part, and the land of John Basset of the other ; paying
annually at the feast of the Nativity of St. John one rose for all secular
services and demands.

Dated at Churchezyftele the Saturday on the feast of St. Peter ad
vine, 12 Ed. IIL Ch.i66.

KIRTLINGTON. Indenture made 24 Nov., 12 Hen. VII,
between sir Reynold Bray, kt., of the one part, and John Padnall of
Crendon, Bucks, husbandman, of the other part, witnesseth that the
same John hath sold to the said sir Reynold a messuage, cottage, 156
acres of arable land, 4 acres of mede, with their appurtenances, within
the town and parish of Kirtlyngton, and all other lands, rents, &e.,
that the said John hath, or any other person or persons have to his
use, within the same town, for which sir Reynold pays to him the sum
of £30 on the day of these presents. Ch. 167.

Bond of 100 marks given to sir Reginald Bray, kt., by John Padnall



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 281

OXFORD,
of Crendoii, Buckinghamshire, for keeping the conditions of a certain
indenture. Dated 24 November, 12 Hen. VII. Ch. 168.

NUNEHAM COURTNEY. Indenture made 20 June, 14
Charles II, by which sir John Robinson, kt. and bart., lieutenant of
the Tower, in consideration of the receipt of 5s., conveys to Gilbert,
bp. of London, and others, certain lands in Nuneham Courtney, for
tlie payment of an annual sum of £200, left to the towns of Wokingham,
Wallingford, Windsor, and Henley-on-Thames, by William Laud,
archbishop of Canterbury, for apprenticing boys and marrying maidens.

Ch. 169.

OXFORD. Nigel de St. Martin, son of Ralph de St. Martin,
ratifies the purchase and sale of his land which lies between the land
which was Robert Tutprest's and the land of Walter the Flemming,
which Restwald ajjd Gunilda his wife sold to Reginald de Chefleswelle,
son of Richard de Stanton, for 22s. 6c?. For this concession of the
purchase and sale of the said land the aforesaid Reginald gave to him
35. as a recognition, as also an annual rent of 35, (c. 1210-20.)

Ch. 171.

Final concord in the King's court at Oxford, 3 Hen. Ill, on the
morrow of St. Nicholas, between Hugh de Walingeford and Maria his
wife, plaintiffs, and Henry the clerk of Barton, defendant, concerning
a messuage in the suburbs of Oxford, by which Hugh and Maria remit
to the said Henry the said messuage to hold to the said Hugh and
Maria and their heirs ; paying annually 25. : for this remission the
said Henry gave to the aforesaid Hugh and Maria 3 J marks. Ch. 172.

Walter, son of William Coillun, grants to the leprous of the hospital
of St. Bartholomew, without the east gate of Oxford, that land with
appurtenances which William Litekene held of him, which land lies
between the land which was Roger Perle's, and the land of Richard
the goldsmith in the parish of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford ; he gave
this land for the souls of his ancestors, viz. Amfrid, son of the provost,
and Wimarca his wife, and William Coilum and Alice his wife ;
saving nevertheless that William Litekene and his heirs shall hold by
heirship of the said brethren as he held of the said Walter for 2od.
annually, and the brethren pay to the chief lord 6d. of that 2od. for all
service.

Witnesses, Peter, son of Turold, mayor, Pentecost and Henry son
of Thomas, provosts of Oxford, (c. 1240.) Ch. 1)0.

~"" Charter (mutilated) by which Hugh .... of Bregesette, butcher,

grants to John lying between a tenement of William de

London's and in St. Clement's paying for the

same annually 46 pence, (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 188,

Sara, formerly wife of Simon, the smith, quit-claims for ever all
her right in that tenement which was her husband's in * Astbruge-^
strete,' which she had claimed by the name of dowry against Thomas
de Querqu. (c. 1250-60.) Ch. 173.

Mabilia, the abbess, and convent of Godstow grant to the prior and



282 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD,
convent of St. Mary and St. Cuthbert, Durham, and their successors,
the whole of their arable land which they have from a certain ditch
transversely in Beaumont, viz. from the land of Philip de Ho, burgess
of Oxford, as far as to the land which was Roger Semer's in the same
culture in the suburb of Oxford, and of which three acres lie near the
land of Walter Bost's on the north, and one acre lies on the south of
land of the said Walter, and one acre lies between the land of Thomas
Lesewys and the land of the said Roger Semer, and one head of the
whole abuts as far as the walls towards the west, and another head
abuts as far as to the King's way of Beaumont on the east, together
with 6d. of annual rent going out of one acre of land of Thomas
Lesewys with the tithes of the same, and the tithes of a certain acre of
"Walter Bost's in the same culture ; also they grant to the same prior
and convent that they shall have whatever right they possess in vacant
places near Perilous hall in Horsmangerstrete ; paying annually for the
same i os. of silver.

Witness, Philip de Ho, then mayor of Oxford, (c. 1300.)

[With seal.'] (7/i. 205.

. Writ of K. Ed. Ill, reciting a mandate under the great seal addressed
to the receiver of the subsidy last granted in the county of Oxford,
to pay John de Molyns £1000 for arms and men in the King's
service in France, receiving from the said John his receipt for the
same ; and whereas the said sum has not been paid the said John,
the receiver is peremptorily ordered to pay the same under a penalty
of £200. Dated 25 November, 14 Ed. III. Gh. 170.

Copy of the agreement between the chancellor and the university of
Oxford, and the mayor and citizens, that they shall joyntly have the
supervision of weights and measures, and not, as heretofore, exercise
separate jurisdictions, (c. 1350.) Ch. 196.

Writ of K. Edward III, addressed to the mayor, aldermen and

burgesses of Oxford, concerning the grant to the University of the

assize of wine, bread, and beer, as well as the clerkship of the market.

Dated at Westminster, 8 Feb., 20 Ed. III. Ch. 197.

Writ of K. Edward III, addressed to the mayor and bailiffs of
Oxford, conceding to the chancellor of the University of Oxford and
his successors the supervision of weights and measures.

Dated at Westminster, 27 June, 29 of his reign. Ch. 198.

Writ of K. Edward III, addressed to the mayor and bailiffs and
aldermen of Oxford, and conceding to the chancellor of the University
and his successors the assize of bread, wine, and beer.

Dated at Westminster, 20 July, 29 of his reign. Ch. 199.

Bond (indented) by which Roger Northwode of Oxford holds himself
bound to Walter Portreve of Brehull in a sum of £200 to observe the
covenants contained in certain indentures between the said Roger and
Emma his wife of the one part, and the said Walter of the other, dated
7 December, 38 Ed. Ill, at Oxford, concerning a tenement which was
John de Frideswide's, lying in Oxford and its suburbs.

Dated at Oxford, 22 December, 38 Ed. III. Ch, 177.



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