Bridge House Weekly Payments Book 2(3)
Account for 1537-8

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'Bridge House Weekly Payments Book 2(3): Account for 1537-8', London Bridge: selected accounts and rentals, 1381-1538 (1995), pp. 195-244. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117329 Date accessed: 15 September 2014.


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BRIDGE HOUSE WEEKLY PAYMENTS BOOK

Second Series, Volume 3 Account for 1537-8

494. [f. 390] Receipts and payments of Thomas Erith and Robert Draper, Wardens of London Bridge from Michaelmas 29 Henry VIII [1537] to Michaelmas then next [1538] for one whole year.

495. [f. 390v] 5 October [1537]
Receipts Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Laurence Awen, clerk of the house, for 16 ft. of oak timber at 2d. the foot, 2s. 8d., and for 52 ft. of oak and elm board 16d., in all 4s. Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennett 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heyneys 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone of Kent and on the arch aforesaid.
Carpenters. Robert Gold pt 4s. Cocks the elder [maius or maior] 4s. Browne senior 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Browne junior 4s. Simon Cocks 2s. (6d.) in the waterworks.
Cocks pt 4s. (Inglydwe 4s.) Pasmer (4s.) <2s.> 8d. Palmer 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. Provest 4s. Thomas Broke 2s. Nicholas Holowaye 3s. John Pasmer 2s. (6d.) upon the new frame aforesaid.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting [at] 7d., 8s. 1d.
Porter. William Hughwett 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swynson 4s. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 6d. Grene 20d. Hogett 2s. 6d. William Jacson 2s. 6d.
Daubers. Thomas Mounkest 4s. Labourer. William Mounkest 2s. 6d.
[Labourers] John Smyth 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d. Alen 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d. (James Holmes 2s. 6d.) Wynter 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £7 7s. 10d.
[f. 391] To Robert Gold for the gibbet gin by 5 tides, driving piles at the starling aforesaid at 5s. 8d. the tide, 28s. 4d.
To John Gate of Maidstone for freight of 6 great stones for springers for the bridge, and for a quarter of bridge ashlar, containing in all 6 tons, 6s. Paid to (Joh) William Cocks junior for 1 [1b.] of glue 2½d.
To Roger Hoode and Thomas Sheperd, labourers labouring at the five-man beetle, to each for 5 tides at 3d. the man, 2s. 6d.
To Thomas Mason, ordure voider, for cleansing a draught in Mr Doughtye's houses at the bridge end, working there by himself with 3 men for 4 tides, 6s. 2d.
To John Smith for watching with the said ordure voider, 9d.
To Thomas Alen by bill 3s. 8d.
To heating 5 cement pots for the masons, 20d. To John Smyth, turner, for 6 trays for the masons 2s.
[Total] of this page 51s. 3½d.
Total paid this week £9 19s. 1½d.

496. [f. 391v] 13 October
Renter Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Christopher Payne by the hands of Robert Gold for one load of elm timber, 6s. Received of him for 30 ft. of oak, 5s. 6d. For one load of oak for the earl's sluice, 8s. For 6 ft. more, 12d. For half a hundred ft. of oak planks for the said sluice, 2s. 6d. In all 17s.
The chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennett 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone of Kent and on the arch aforesaid.
Carpenters. Robert Gold 4s. Cocks the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Browne junior 4s. Simon Cocks 2s. (6d.) William Cocks 4s. Inglydwe [sic] Pasmer 4s. Palmer 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. John Provest 4s. Thomas Brooke [sic] Nicholas Holowaye 3s. John Pasmer 2s. (6d.) upon the new frame aforesaid.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 6d.
Porter. William Hugwett 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swynson 4s. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 6d. Grene 20d. Hogett 2s. 6d. William Jacson 2s. 6d.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest. Labourers. William Mounkest.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d.
Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d. Wynter 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £6 19s. 5d.
[f. 392] To Robert Gold for the gibbet gin by [blank] tides, driving of piles on and above a starling.
To Robert Corne, blacksmith, for 260 lb. of cramp irons [blank].
To Bennett, Tomson, Arnold, Fyld, Heynes and Jeffrey Orgar, masons, working in the works aforesaid out of due time by one tide, 2s.
To 6 labourers labouring at the five-man beetle, each of them for 6 tides at 3d. the tide, in all 9s.
To 6 labourers for removing timber in the yard for 2 days this week at 3d. the man, 2s.
To Robert Gold for a fir pole 25 ft. long, 4d.
To Thomas Alen for heating the cement pot for 6 tides at 4d. the tide 2s.
To Thomas Alen, John Smyth, Roger Whythed, Tanner, Sherman, and William Wynter, labourers labouring with the said masons for 1 tide at 3d. the man, 18d.
To the priests and clerks for singing Te Deum for the birth of our prince, 12d.
[Total] of this page 18s. 10d.
Total paid this week £7 18s. 3d.

497. [f. 392v] 20 October
Renter Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennett 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone of Kent and on the arch aforesaid.
Carpenters. Robert Gold pt 4s. Cocks the elder 3s. 4d. Browne senior 3s. 4d. Henry Godfrey 3s. 4d. Browne junior 3s. 4d. Simon Cocks 20d.
In the waterworks. Cocks pt 4s. Palmer 3s. 4d. Pasmer 3s. 4d. Browne Thomas 3s. 4d. Leonard Holmes 3s. 4d. John Provest 2s. Nicholas Holowaye 2s. 6d. John Pasmer 2s. 1d. Roger Mayton 3s. 4d.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 5½ hundred, 5s. 11d.
Porter. William Hugwett 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. William Swynson 3s. 4d. Chorleton 3s. 4d. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 1d. Hogett 2s. 1d. Thomas Grene 2s. 1d. William Jacson 2s. 1d. in Paternoster Row and in Southwark.
Labourers. Smyth 2s. 1d. Sherman 2s. 1d. Whytehed 2s. 1d. Thomas Alen 2s. 1d. Wynter 2s. 1d. Tanner 2s. 1d.
[Total] of this page £6 7s. 6d.
[f. 393] To Robert (M) <Colt> of London by the assignment of [blank] Billingsgate for 4 mounts of plaster and every mount containing [blank] at 6s. the mount, and to the aforesaid [blank] Fryer for weighing the same, 4d. for every mount 16d., in all 25s. 4d.
To the shoutman by bill 3s. 6d.
To 4 labourers for loading 4 boats with stone at the Bridge House Wharf 16d. and to 7 other labourers for unloading 4 boats of chalk 2s. 4d., in all 3s. 8d.
To Bennett, Tomson, Arnold, Fyld, and Jeffrey Orgar, masons, working out of due time by one tide, 20d.
To Robert Butler for carriage of 16 loads of framed timber for the new frame in Cheapside from the Bridge House to Cheapside at 6d. the load, 8s.
To him for carriage of 3 loads of timber from Croydon to the Bridge House, parcel of 50 loads bought of Mr Gaynesford at 2s. 4d. the load, 7s.
To 5 labourers each for 5 tides at the three-man beetle, at 3d. a man per tide, 6s. 3d.
Expenses of the masters at the new frame in Cheap this week, 8d.
To Ambrose Wolley, grocer, by the hand of his servant William [blank] for a hundred of rosin, 4s.
To the shoutman for heating the cement pots 5 several times this week, 20d.
[Total] of this page 61s. 10d.
Sum total paid this week £9 9s. 4d.

498. [f. 393v] Saturday 27 October
Renter Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of William Jacson, the Queen's bailiff of Southwark, for 16 ft. of small shells, 2s.
Received of William Modye, the king's footman, for 10 ft. of oak, 20d.
Received of the said William Jacson for 6 small oak shells, 2s.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennett 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone of Kent and on the water vault aforesaid.
Carpenters. Robert Gold pt 4s. Cocks the elder 4s. Browne senior [blank] Henry Godfrey 4s. Browne junior [blank] Simon Cocks 2s. Cocks pt 4s. Ingleydw [blank] Pasmer 4s. Palmer 4s. Thomas (Browne) 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. John Provest 4s. Browne senior 4s. Nicholas Heynes 3s. (6d.) John Pasmer 2s. 6d. Robert Broke 4s. Walter Alen 3s. 4d. Browne junior 4s.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 7 hundred, 6s. 7d. [blotted]
Porter. Hugwet 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. William Swynson 4s. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 6d. Hogett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d. William Jacson 2s. 6d.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 1d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d. Wynter 2s. 6d. Roger Hood 20d. Daubers. Monkest [blank] Labourer. Thomas Monkest [blank]
[Total] of this page £7 8s. 5d.
[f. 394] Paid John Ferres for a dozen white lights for the chapel, 16d.
To 2 men at the three-man beetle for 6 tides and one man by 2 tides, taking 3d. the tide, 3s. 6d.
To Thomas Alen, shoutman, by bill 16d. To him for heating the cement pot once, 4d.
To 10 labourers for loading and unloading 6 boats of chalk and rag at the Bridge House, 3s. 6d.
To Richard Patwyn for a dozen gloves given to the carpenters at the raising of the new house in Cheap, 2s.
To Robert Butler for carriage of 14 loads of framed timber from the Bridge House to Cheapside at 6d., 7s.
To the masters in expenses this week, 8d.
[Total] of this page 19s. 6d.
Sum total paid this week £8 7s. 11d.

499. [f. 394v] 3 November
From the hands of the renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of William Parker, wheelwright, for 1½ loads of elm timber, 9s.
Received of Bullmaister of the Steelyard for 33 ft. of elm timber, 8s.
Received of John Towe by the hands of William Cocks for 16 ft. of elm timber, 6s. 8d.
Received of Elizabeth Hynd, widow, for licence to set over her house and tenement, 20s.
Three chaplains [7s. 6d.] Five clerks [10s.] Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennett 4s. Arnold 4s. Tomson 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Cocks the elder 3s. 4d. Simon Cocks 2s. 1d. in the waterworks.
Cocks pt 4s. Inglydew 2s. 8d. Browne senior 3s. 4d. Browne junior 3s. 4d. Palmer 3s. 4d. Pasmer 3s. 4d. Thomas Browne 3s. (4d.) Leonard Holmes 3s. 4d. on the frame of the new house aforesaid and setting up the same.
John Provest 2s. Robert Broke 3s. 4d. Walter Alen 3s. 4d. Nicholas Holowaye (2s. 1d.) <18d.> John Pasmer 2s. 1d. Henry Godfrey 3s. 4d. in the same works.
Sawyers. Flint slitting 6 hundred, 6s. 6d. [blotted]
Porter. William Hugwet 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swynson 3s. 4d. Chorleton 3s. 4d. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 1d. Hogett 2s. 1d. Thomas Grene 2s. 1d. William Jacson 2s. 1d. upon certain houses in Southwark.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 1d. Whythed 2s. 1d. Sherman 2s. 1d. Tanner 2s. 1d. Thomas Alen 2s. 1d. Wynter 2s. 1d. in the works aforesaid.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 3s. 4d. Labourer. William Monkest 2s. 1d. in Paternoster Row and Newgate market.
[Total] of this page £6 17s. 1d.
[f. 395] Paid to William Lenger of Surrey for 3,000 paving tiles 9 inches thick, at 14d. the thousand, 52s.
To Thomas Wolberd of Deptford for certain repairs done by him on a house that the king's harness lies in, by bill 7s.
To 3 men at the three-man beetle, each for 3 tides, in waterworks, at 3d. the tide, 2s. 3d.
To 6 labourers for loading and unloading 5 boats of chalk, 3s. 4d.
To 3 labourers for placing [bestowyng] chalk in the yard, 18d.
To Robert Butteler for carriage of 8 loads of framed timber from the Bridge House to Cheapside at 6d. the load, 4s. To him for carriage of 4 loads of timber from Croydon to the Bridge House at 2s. 4d. the load, 9s. 4d.
[Total] of this page 69s. 5d.
Sum total paid this week £10 6s. 6d.

500. [f. 395v] 10 November
Renter Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of my lady Peycocke for 3½ hundred of bricks and 3 hundred tiles at 6d., 3s. 6d.
Received of a Spaniard by the hands of William Cocks senior for a 10-ft. piece of elm, 2s.
Old debts received of Mr Bows, alderman, for certain planks and posts, 5s. 4d.
Received of Henry [blank] for the rent of a granary in Golders yard over 3 quarters, 23s. 4d.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennett 3s. 9d. Tamson 3s. 9d. Arnold 3s. 9d. Thomas Fyld 3s. 9d. Thomas Heyneys 3s. 9d. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d.
Carpenters. Robert Gold pt 4s. Cocks the elder 4s. Godfrey 4s. Browne senior 4s. Simon Cocks 2s. (1d.) <6d.> in the waterworks.
William Cocks pt 4s. Inglydw 4s. Browne junior 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer 4s. Thomas Browne (2s.) 8d. Leonard Holmes 4s. John Prevest 4s. Thomas Broke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. Nicholas Holowaye 2s. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. on the new frame.
Sawyers. Flint slitting 6 hundred, 7s.
Porter. William Hughwett 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Tilers. William Swynson 4s. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. Hogett 2s. Thomas Grene 2s. William Jacson 2s.
Daubers. Monkest 4s. Labourers. Thomas Monkest 2s.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. Wynter 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. Whythed 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £7 10s. 11d.
[f. 396] To Thomas Alen by bill 22d.
To divers labourers for loading and unloading 6 boats of chalk and placing the same at the bridge, 6s. 3d.
To Robert Buttelelere for carriage of 9 loads of framed timber to Cheapside at 6d. the load, 4s. 6d.
[Total] of this page 14s. 10d.
Sum total paid this week £8 5s. 7d.

501. [f. 396v] 17 November.
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Mr Doughty [blotted] by Gold for 20 ft. of elm timber, 3s. 4d.
Received of Mr Cestylylon [blotted] for 2½ loads of elm timber, 17s. 10d.
Received of Mr [blank]
The chaplains 7s. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennett 3s. 9d. Tomson 3s. 9d. Arnold 3s. 9d. Thomas Fyld 3s. 9d. Thomas Heynes 3s. 9d. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d.
Carpenters. Robert Gold pt 4s. Cocks the elder 4s. Godfrey 4s. Browne senior 4s. Simon Cocks 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
William Cocks pt 4s. Inglydw 4s. Browne junior 4s. Palmer 4s. <Pasmer 4s.> Thomas Browne 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. Thomas Broke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. Nicholas Holowaye 3s. William Wynter 2s. 6d. John Provest 3s. [blotted] John Pasmer 2s. 6d. on the new frame.
Sawyers. Flint slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 6d.
Porter. William Hugwhett 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swynson 4s. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. (1d.) Hogett 2s. (1d.) Grene 2s. (1d.)
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 4s. Labourer. William Monkest 2s.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. Sherman 2s.
[Total] of this page £7 11s. 8d.
[f. 397] Paid for the obit of John Fylingham kept at St Clement Eastcheap, 2s. 6d.
Paid to Rewley, smith, for 2 pile-shoes, 18d.
Paid to Stephen Parett of Deptford for 13 boat[load]s of chalk containing 12 tons each, at 6d. the ton, 6s. the boat, £3 18s.
To John Clerke of Southwark, carter, for carriage of 4 loads of stone and timber into London at 4d. the load, 16d., and for carriage of a load of rubbish from thence 2d., in all 18d.
In expenses of the masters this week to [3 words blotted] procuring a way for the tenant there, 2s. 4d.
To 10 men for loading and unloading 3 boats of chalk at 3d. the man, 2s. 6d.
Item for unloading 2 boats of chalk at the bridge, to 7 [men], 14d.
Item for 3 labourers at 4 tides each, for placing chalk at the bridge, 4 tides, 3s.
To 3 labourers at the five-man beetle, to each for 2 tides at 3d. the tide, 18d.
To Robert Butteler for carriage of 4 loads of timber from Croydon at 2s. 4d. the load, 9s. 4d.
To him for carriage of 8 loads of framed timber from Croydon to the Bridge House to Cheapside [Chepe syde] at 6d. the load, 4s.
[Total] of this page 107s. 4d.
Sum total paid this week £12 19s.

502. [f. 397v] 24 November
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received at 2 sundry times of John Stacye, bellwright, for 3 loads of oak timber, 25s.
Received of Mr Baker, the king's attorney, for a hundred of plankboard [planche borde] 3s., for 18 ft. of oak plank 10d., and for 6 quarters of oak 12d., in all 4s. 10d.
Received of William Robynson, mill-picker, for 1 elm plank, 3ft. 5d.
Three chaplains 7s. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennett 3s. 9d. Tomson 3s. 9d. Arnold 3s. 9d. Thomas Fyld 3s. 9d. Heynes 3s. 9d. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone. Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Browne senior 4s. Cocks the elder 4s. Godfrey 4s. Simon Cocks 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
Cocks pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Browne junior 4s. Palmer 4s. on the new [entry incomplete]
Pasmer 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Thomas Brooke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. Nicholas Holowaye 3s. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. in the yard on the new [entry incomplete]
John Provest 4s. Wynter 2s. 6d.
Sawyers. Flint slitting 6 hundred, 7s. 8d.
Porter. William Hughwett 2s.
(Porter). Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swynson 4s. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. Hogett 2s. Grene 2s.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 4s. Labourers. Thomas Monkest 2s.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d.
Tanner 2s. Sherman 2s.
[Total] of this page £7 11s. 8d.
[f. 398] To my lady Pargit' by the hands of Thomas Eddon for 5 fother 7 hundred of Peak lead at £4 6s. 8d. the fother, £23 4s. 7d.
To Richard Roberts, plumber, in loan 60s.
To loading and unloading 2 boats of chalk, 18d.
To 3 men for placing chalk at the bridge for 1 tide, 9d.
To 3 labourers labouring in fetching out 5 fother of lead from Fresh Wharf and for craning and placing the same in the yard, at 3d. the man, 9d.
To 3 labourers at the five-man beetle for 1 tide, 9d.
Paid for wharfage, cranage, and portage of 5 fother 7 hundred of lead at Smiths Key, 3s. 8d.
To John Clerke of Southwark for carriage of 3 loads of paving, rag, and lead at 4d. the load, 12d.
To Robert Buttler for carriage of 6 loads of framed timber in Cheapside at 6d. the load, 3s.
To John Gate, mariner, for freight of 12 tons of Bridge ashlar and 17 end stones at 12d. the ton, 12s.
[Total] of this page £27 8s.
Sum total paid this week £34 19s. 8d.

503. [f. 398v] 1 December
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Mr Symson for 2 oak quarters, 4d.
Received of John Smyth for 100 bricks and 3 trays of mortar, 9d.
Received of William Johnson towards certain repairs done in his tenement that he now dwells in, 40s.
Chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennett 3s. 9d. Tomson 3s. 9d. Arnold 3s. 9d. Fyld 3s. 9d.
Heynes 3s. 9d. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
Carpenters. Robert Gold pt 4s. Cocks the elder 3s. 4d. Browne senior 3s. 4d. Henry Godfrey 3s. 4d. Simon Cocks 2s. 1d. in the water.
Cocks pt 4s. Inglydwe 3s. 4d. Palmer 3s. 4d. Browne junior 3s. 4d. John Pasmer 2s. 1d. on the new [sic].
Pasmer 3s. 4d. Leonard Holmes 3s. 4d. Thomas Broke 3s. 4d. Walter Alen 3s. 4d. upon in bows and drawing of boards for the new house aforesaid.
John Provest 3s. 4d. William Wynter 1s. 1d. Thomas Brooke 3s. 4d.
Thomas Heynes 2s. 6d. in repairs.
Sawyers. Flint slitting 6½ hundred, 7s.
Porter. William Hughwett 2s.
Shout[man]. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. William Swynson 3s. 4d. Chorleton 3s. 4d. Labourers.
Nevell 20d. Sherman 20d. Hogett 20d. Grene 20d. Thomas Laurence 10d. Roger Conne 10d.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 3s. 4d. Labourer. William Monkest 20d.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 1d. Thomas Alen 2s. 1d. Whythed 2s. 1d. Tanner 20d.
[Total] of this page £6 17s. 9d.
[f. 399] To Thomas Dendye of Surrey for 1 load of heartlaths delivered at the new building in Cheap, 11s. 2d.
To 3 men at the three-man beetle, each for 3 tides at 3d. the tide, 2s. 3d.
To Clerke of Southwark for carriage of 7 loads of tiles and 3 loads of lead from the Bridge House to Cheapside at 4d. the load, 3s. 4d. To him for carriage of 2 [loads] from Paternoster Row to Cheapside at 2d. the load, 4d.
To Robert Butteler for carriage of 9 loads into Cheap of framed timber at 6d. the load, 4s. 6d. To him for 1 load from Croydon, 2s. 4d.
Paid for 1 ream of small paper, 2s.
[Total] of this page 26s. 11d.
Sum total paid this week £8 4s. 8d.

504. [f. 399v] 7 [recte 8] December
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received [blank]
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennett 3s. 1½d. Tomson 3s. 1½d. Arnold 3s. 9d. Fyld 3s. 1½d. Heynes 3s. 1½d. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone. Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Cocks the elder 2s. 8d. Browne senior 2s. 8d. Godfrey 2s. 8d. Simon Cocks 20d. in the waterworks.
Cocks pt 4s. Inglydwe 2s. 8d. Palmer 2s. 8d. Browne junior 2s. 8d. Pasmer 2s. 8d. John Pasmer 20d. in finishing of the new house.
Thomas Brooke 2s. 8d. Walter Alen 2s. 8d. Leonard Holmes 2s. 8d. upon in bows for the new house.
Thomas Browne 2s. 8d. Thomas Heynes 2s. at John William's.
John Provest 2s. 8d. William Wynter 20d. at the sign of the Shepherd.
Sawyers. Flint slitting 5 hundred, 5s. 5d.
Porter. Hughwett 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swenson 2s. 8d. Chorleton 2s. 8d. Labourers. Nevell 16d.
Hogett 16d. Sherman 16d. Thomas Grene 16d.
Daubers. Monkest 2s. 8d. Labourer. William Monkest 16d.
Labourers. John Smyth 20d. Thomas Alen 10d. (Whythed) 20d. Tanner 16d. John Tamson 10d.
[Total] of this page (112s.) <117s.>
[f. 400] To Clerke of Southwark, carter, for carriage of 2 loads, one from the Bridge House 4d., and another from Paternoster Row 2d., in all 6d.
To Monkest, plasterer, for a fine sieve for [the] plasterer 7d.
To Richard Rodyng, paviour, for paving 22 toises on the backside at the sign of the Cup at St Nicholas Shambles, at 7d. the toise, 12s. 10d.
Expenses of the masters this week 10d.
To Robert Butteler for carriage of 9 loads of framed timber to Cheapside at 6d. the load, 4s. 6d.
To him for carriage of 3 loads of timber from Croydon to the Bridge House, at 2s. 4d. the load, 7s.
[Total] of this page 25s. 9d.
Sum total paid this week £7 2s. 9d.

505. [f. 400v] 15 December
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Davye Lonton, carpenter, by William Cocks, for 9 ft. of elm timber, 21½d.
Received of Richard Tornour, searcher, by the hands of Robert Gold, for a piece of elm timber, 6d.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennett 3s. 9d. Tomson 3s. 9d. Arnold 3s. 9d. Fyld 3s. 9d.
Heynes 3s. 9d. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cocks the elder 4s. Godfrey 4s. Browne senior 4s. Simon Cocks 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
Cocks pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Browne junior 4s. Pasmer 4s. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. in the rising of the new frame aforesaid.
Leonard Holmes 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Thomas Brooke 2s. 8d.
Nicholas Holowaye 3s. upon William's house
Provest 4s. Wynter 2s. 6d. Brooke Wat' 12d. at the sign of the Shepherd.
Sawyers. Flint slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 7d.
Porter. William Hugh[wett] 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swynson 3s. 4d. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s.
Hogett 2s. Thomas Grene 2s. Sherman 2s.
Monkest 4s., Thomas Monkest 2s. 6d., daubers in Cheap upon new [sic].
[Labourers] John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. Whythed 2s. 6d. in the works aforesaid.
[Total] of this page £7 4s. 10d.
[f. 401] To Raynold Richerdson for the freight of ½ hundred of Bridge ashlar, 2¼ hundred of middle ashlar, a hundred of Chapman ware paving and half a hundred of apparelled paving from Maidstone in Kent to the Bridge House, containing in all 20 tons at 12d. the ton, 20s.
To John Orgar for hardstone of Kent, as appears by his bill, £7 13s. 4d.
To Richard Amborous for his quarter's fee, 1s.
To Robert Butteler for carriage of 2 loads of timber from Croydon to the Bridge House, 4s. 8d.
[Total] of this page £11 8s.
Sum total paid this week £18 12s. 10d. <proved>

506. [f. 401v] 22 December
Renter £30 Fishmongers 100s. Butchers £10 Passage-tolls.
Received of Thomas Maddocks, merchant tailor, for the grant of a tenement John Ball, haberdasher, now holds in Old Change, 5s.
Three chaplains 10s. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons in apparelling hard stone. Bennett 3s. 2d. (½d.) Tomson 3s. 2d. (½d.) Arnold 3s. 9d. Fyld 3s. 2d. (½d.) Heynes 3s. 2d. (½d.) Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d.
Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Cocks the elder 3s. 4d. Browne senior 3s. 4d. Godfrey 3s. 4d. Simon Cocks 2s. 1d.
Cocks pt 4s. Inglydwe 2s. Browne junior 3s. 4d. Pasmer 3s. 4d. Palmer 3s. 4d. John Pasmer 2s. 1d. in finishing the new frame aforesaid.
Leonard Holmes 3s. 4d. Thomas Browne 3s. 4d. Nicholas Holowaye 3s. 4d. in repairs aforesaid.
Provest 3s. 4d. Wynter 2s. 1d. in repairs aforesaid.
Thomas Broke 3s. 4d. Walter Alen 3s. 4d. in bowing aforesaid.
Sawyers. Flint slitting 6½ hundred, 7s.
Porter. Hughwett 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swynson 3s. 4d. Chorleton 2s. Labourers. Nevell 20d. Hodgett 20d. Grene 20d.
[Daubers] Thomas Monkest 3s. 4d. Labourer. Patrycke Playsterer 2s. 1d.
[Labourers] John Smyth 2s. 1d. Thomas Alen 2s. 1d. Whythed 2s. 1d.
Tanner 20d. Sherman 20d. in the works aforesaid.
[Total] of this page £6 16s. 4d.
[f. 402] To Henry Hacher of Croydon for the laystall of 118 loads of timber received by him from Sir John Gaynesford knight at 1d. the load, 9s. 10d.
To the aforesaid masons for steeling their iron tools this year at 18d. to each man, 7s. 6d.
To Richard Dryver, (tile) <lime>burner, for 22 hundred and 5 loads of lime delivered to sundry storehouses at 4s. the hundred, by bill and tale, 90s. 7d.
To William Sharpharewe, blacksmith, for sundry sorts of iron works from Michaelmas to Christmas, by bill, £10 2s.
To Robert Terne, blacksmith, for battering 63 dozen of masons' tools this quarter at 1½d. the dozen argent, 7s. 10d.
To Hugh Brampstone, brickburner, for 15,000 bricks delivered to sundry places this quarter, by tale and bill, £3 10s.
To the aforesaid 3 chaplains and 6 clerks for Placebo and Dirige, 3s.
To Tanner's wife for washing the chaplains' stuff this [quarter], 12d.
To John Ferres for his quarter's fee, 5s.
To him for singing bread this quarter, 2d.
To William Hughwett's wife for weeding in the garden this [quarter] 2s.
To Robert Butteller, carter, for carriage of 3 loads of oak timber from Croydon to the Bridge House, 7s. To him for carriage of 2 loads of framed timber from the Bridge House to the Standard in Cheap, 12d.
To Jeffrey Haryson, sandman, by bill and [blank], 24s. 6d.
To Thomas Mason by Nevell for carriage of 4 loads of rubbish from Paternoster Row to the (Bridge House), 10d.
To Richard Roddyng, paviour, for stopping sundry holes and ruts [cart welks] on the bridge for 3 days with his labourers, 3s.
To John Smyth, labourer, for carriage of cuttings of lead from the new frame to the Bridge House, 3d.
To Hugh Bramson for 1,000 bricks, 4s. 8d.
To Richard Roberts, plumber, in part payment of a greater sum, for casting lead, 53s. 4d.
[f. 402v] To Alexander, painter of Wood Street, for painting and gilding 2 vanes and spindles of the same set on 2 finials at the new building in Cheap, 10s.
To Mr Buckmaister, parson of Woolchurch, for his tithe of the Stocks this quarter, 13s. 4d.
To Robert Nelson, glazier, by bill 15s. 4d.
To the churchwardens of St Olave's in S[outhwark] for the salary of a chantry priest in London, 26s. 8d.
To Thomas Crull for his fee this Christmas quarter, £7 13s. 4d.
[Total] of this page £40 12s. 1d.
Sum total of this week £42 8s. 5d.

507. [f. 403] 29 December
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger 12d.
[Porter] William Hug' 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Sum total 23s. 10d.

508. [f. 403v] 5 January [1538]
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Neidigate for 3 ends of elm planks, 2s.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
[Masons] Bennett 2s. 6d. Tomson. Arnold. Fyld. Heynes. Jeffrey Orger.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 2s. 8d. Browne senior 2s. 8d.
Henry Godfrey 2s. 8d. Simon Cocks 20d. in the waterworks.
Cocks pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 2s. 8d. Browne junior 2s. 8d. John Pasmer 20d. Thomas Broke 2s. 8d. Walter Alen 2s. 8d. Leonard Holmes 2s. 8d. upon the new frame.
Thomas Browne 2s. 8d. Nicholas Holowaye 2s. John Provest 2s. 8d.
William Wynter 20d.
[Sawyers] Flint slitting 6 hundred, 6s. 7d.
[Porter] William Hugh[wett] 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swynson 2s. 8d. Chorleton 2s. 8d. Labourers. Nevell 16d.
Hogett 16d. Thomas Grene 16d.
[Dauber] Monkest 2s. 8d. [Labourer] Patrycke 20d.
[Labourers] John Smyth 20d. Whythed 20d. Thomas Alen 20d.
Sherman 20d. Tanner 20d.
Sum total £4 18s. 6d. <proved>
[f. 404 blank]

509. [f. 404v] 12 January.
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls 20s.
Received of Stacye for 2 ft. of oak timber, 6d.
Received of Thomas Gybson for 2 oak planks, 4s.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
[Masons] Bennett 3s. 9d. Tomson 3s. 9d. Arnold 3s. 9d. Fyld 3s. 9d.
Heynes 3s. 9d. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cocks the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Godfrey 4s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. in the waterworks and in repairs at Stratford. Cocks pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Browne junior 4s. Palmer 3s. 4d. Pasmer 4s. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. in finishing the new house aforesaid.
Leonard Holmes 4s. Thomas Broke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. upon in bowing and drawing of boards.
Thomas Browne 4s. Nicholas Holowaye 3s. John Provest 4s. William Wynter 2s. 6d. in repairs upon the bridge.
Sawyers. Flint slitting 6 hundred, 7s. 7d.
[Porter] William Hugh[wett] 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swynson 2s. 8d. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s.
Hogett 2s. Grene 2s. in Cheap, upon the bridge, and in Southwark.
Daubers. Thomas Monk' 4s. Labourer. Patrick Placken' 2s. 6d. upon the new house in Cheap.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d.
Tanner 2s. Sherman 2s. in the works aforesaid.
([Total] of this page £10 11s. 10d.) <[Total] of this page £7 7s. 5d.>
[f. 405] To Henry Mylls, gardener, for 4 days work in the garden, 2s. 8d., and one bundle of binding rods and poles for the same garden, 3d., 2s. 11d.
To Laurence Awen, clerk of the house, for his fee, 1s.
To Sir Thomas Baxster, chantry priest of [blank], for a quit-rent, by quittance 2s. 6d.
To Robert Butteler, carter, for carriage of 3 loads of oak timber this week and last week from Croydon, 7s.
To the wardmote quest of Bridge ward, in reward as accustomed, 2s.
[Total] of this page £3 4s. 5d.
Sum total this week £10 11s. 10d.

510. [f. 405v] 19 January
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Thomas Huske, barber, of Southwark for 2 quarters, 2d.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
[Masons] Bennett 15d. Tomson 15d. Arnold 3s. 9d. Thomas Pynd 3s. 9d. Fyld 3s. 9d. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d.
[Carpenters] Gold 4s. Godfrey 4s. William Cocks 4s. Browne senior 4s.
Simon Cocks 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
William Browne junior 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Robert Pasmer 4s.
John Pasmer 2s. 6d. Leonard Holmes 4s. in the said frame.
John Provest. William Wynter. Thomas Browne. Nicholas Holowaye. in repairs.
Thomas Brooke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. upon in bows.
[Sawyers] Flint slitting 6 hundred, 7s. 7d.
[Porter] William Hughwett 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swynson 4s. Chorleton 4s. [Labourers] Nevell 2s. Hogett 2s. T. Grene 2s.
[Daubers] Thomas Monk' 4s. [Labourer] Patrick Plackeney 2s.
[Labourers] John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d.
Sherman 2s. Tanner 2s.
To Robert Butteler, carter, for carriage of 1 load of oak timber from Croydon, 2s. 4d.
Sum total of this week £6 15s. 6d.

511. [f. 406] 26 January
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Doctor Leghe for 60 ft. of oak timber argent at 2½d., 12s. 6d.
Received of a smith for a piece of old timber, 12d.
Three [chaplains] 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
[Masons] Bennett 3s. 9d. Tomson 3s. 9d. Arnold 3s. 9d. Fyld 3s. 9d.
Thomas Heynds 3s. 9d. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone and laying of a new paving in the kitchen at the sign of the Shepherd on the bridge.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Henry Godfre 4s. in repairs at Stratford.
William Cocks the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Simon Cocks 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
William Cocks 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Robert Pasmer 4s. Browne junior 4s. Thomas Broke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. in finishing the new house in Cheap.
John Provest 2s. William Wynter 15d. in repairs at Kellet's house.
Leonard Holmes 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Nicholas Holoway 3s. at Johnson's [illegible]
[Sawyers] Flint slitting 7½ hundred, 8s. 1d.
[Porter] William Hughwett 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. William Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s.
Hogett 2s. Thomas Grene 2s. in bringing up flues of privies [twells of wedraghts]
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 4s. Labourers. Patrick Playst' 2s.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d.
Tanner 2s. Sherman 2s. in the works aforesaid.
<[Total] of this page £7 8s. 11d.>
To William Modyl of Reigate for carriage of a load of parrels for chimneys, 3s. 4d.
To Gilbert the smith of Rotherhithe [Radryff] for 700 fourpenny nails, 2s. 4d., and for 300 threepenny nails, 9d., 3s. 1d.
To John Clerke for carriage of a load of boards to Cheap and a load of scaffolds home to the Bridge House, 8d.
The masters' expenses this week, 2s. 1d.
[Total] of this page 9s. 2d.
Sum total this week £7 18s. 1d.

512. [f. 406v] 2 February
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
(Received of Mr Doctor Legh for 60 ft. of oak timber by the hands of William Cocks, 12s. 6d.
Received of a smith for a piece of old timber by the hands of Robert Gold, 12d.) <cancelled because allowed above>
Three [chaplains] 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
[Masons] Bennett 3s. 9d. Tomson 3s. 9d. Arnold 3s. 9d. Thomas Fyld 3s. 9d. Thomas Heynes 3s. 9d. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
[Carpenters] Robert Gold 4s. Cocks the elder 3s. 4d. Godfrey 3s. 4d.
Browne senior 3s. 4d. Simon Cocks 2s. 1d. in the waterworks.
Cocks pt 4s. Inglydwe 3s. 4d. Palmer 3s. 4d. Robert Pasmer 3s. 4d.
Browne junior 3s. 4d. Thomas Broke 3s. 4d. Walter Alen 3s. 4d.
Thomas Browne 3s. 4d. Nicholas Holoway 2s. 6d. John Pasmer 2s.
1d. on the new frame at the Standard in Cheap.
Leonard Holmes 3s. 4d. John Provest 3s. 4d. William Wynter 2s. 1d. on a shed over a bow upon the bridge.
[Sawyers] Flint slitting 6 hundred, 6s. 6d.
[Porter] William Hughwett 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] William Swenson 3s. 4d. Chorleton 3s. 4d. [Labourers] Nevell 20d. Hogett 20d. Thomas Grene 20d.
[Daubers] Thomas Monkest 3s. 4d. [Labourer] Patrick Plackyng 20d.
Labourers. John Smyth (20d.) <2s. 1d.> Thomas Alen (20d.) <2s. 1d.> Whythed (20d.) <2s. 1d.> Tanner 20d. Sherman 20d.
[Total] of this page £6 15s. 7d.
[f. 407] To Modill of Reigate quarry for 1 load of Reigate stone for borders for chimneys, 3s. 4d.
To John Orgar for his quarter's fee due at Christmas last, 50s.
Of the said John Modell of Reigate by the hands of John Orgar for 1 load of squared stone and ½ load of border, 6s.
[Total] of this page 59s. 4d.
Sum total of the week £9 14s. 11d.

513. [f. 407v] 9 February
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Three [chaplains] 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
[Masons] Bennett 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d. in paving of the yard and the kitchen at the Standard in Cheap.
[Carpenters] Gold 4s. Cocks the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Simon Cocks 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
William Cocks pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. John Palmer 4s. Robert Pasmer 4s. Browne junior 4s. Thomas Broke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. in the works in Cheapside.
Leonard Holmes 4s. Nicholas Holoway 3s. in drawing of boards.
John Provest 4s. William Wynter 3s. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. in repairs and making of a house over an arch against Kellett's house.
[Sawyers] Flint slitting 6½ hundred, 8s. 1d.
[Porter] William Hugh' 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. [Labourers] Nevell 2s. 6d.
Thomas Hogett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 4s. Labourer. Patrick Playnkeney 2s. 6d.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Whythed (3s. 6d.) <2s. 6d.> Sherman 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d.
Sum total of the page £7 16s. 11d.
[f. 408] To Modyll of Reigate for carriage of 1 load of Reigate stone for returns [Retornes] for chimneys, 3s. 6d.
To Thomas Dendye of Surrey in part payment of a greater sum for planks, quarterboard, quarters and laths, £4.
To the said [sic] for carriage of 1 load of plain paving for ovens by the hands of Robert Gold, 3s. 6d.
To William Lee of Luddon, gold-finer, for 4 swoses [?sows] of Peak lead weighing 1 fother 7 hundred 3 quarters at £4 6s. 8d. the fother, sum in all with 3d. rebated, £6.
To Sherman, labourer, for 2 baskets to carry rubbish in, 3d.
To the wife of James Foster for 20 tons of rag and chalk delivered at the mill-dam at Botts Mill for reinforcing [fforsyng] a new wall at 10d. the ton, 16s. 8d.
To her for carriage of (20) <24> loads of sundry stuff from the Bridge House to Cheapside and Paternoster Row, and from thence to the Bridge House in old stuff, as appears by the tale at 4d. the load, 8s., and for the carriage of 15 loads to the bridge at 2d. the load, with 12d. for carriage of 1 load to Tomson's mill at Stratford [tretffod], and also for carriage of 11 loads of other stuff from the Bridge House into sundry places in the city at 4d. the load, 3s. 8d., in all 15s. 2d.
[Total] of this page £11 19s. 1d.
Sum total of the week £19 16s.

514. [f. 408v] 16 February
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Thomas Doughty, fishmonger, for 17 ft. of elm timber, 2s. 4d.
Received of John Albery, clothworker, for 10 ft. of elm timber at 3d. the foot, 2s. 6d.
Received of William Kellet of London Bridge, merchant tailor, by the hands of his wife towards the making of a shed over an arch of stone at the backside of his house, 20s.
Three [chaplains] 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
[Masons] Bennett 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Thomas Fyld 4s. Thomas Heyneys 4s. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d.
[Carpenters] Robert Gold 4s. Browne senior 4s. at Stratford.
Cocks the elder 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Simon Cocks 2s. 6d. Cocks pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer 4s. Browne (junior) 4s. Thomas Broke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Nicholas Holoway 3s. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. Leonard Holmes 4s. John Provest 4s. William Wynter 3s. in making of stairs, doors, windows, and other within the said house in Cheap.
[Sawyers] Flint slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 7d.
[Porter] William Hugh' 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. [Labourers] Nevell 2s. 6d.
Hogett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 4s. Labourers. Patrick 2s. 6d. at the new house in Cheap.
Labourer[s]. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d.
Sherman 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d. in the waterworks aforesaid.
[f. 409] To Hugh Watts, leatherseller of London, for 10 double platelocks without keys bought of him for the new house in Cheap, 20s.
To Modyll of Reigate for carriage of 1 load of apparelled paving [paryled pavyng] for ovens and 1 load of borders [burdes] for chimneys, 7s.
To the [said] Modyll for carriage of 1 other load of parells for chimneys and 1 load of forge [forge], 3s. 6d. the load, 7s. To the same Modyll the same day for 2 loads of plain paving, 1 load of squared stone for returns of chimneys, a load of paving for chimneys, a load of forge for ovens, and a load of border for chimneys, at 2s. the load, with 4s. for scappling the border stone, 16s.
The masters' expenses this week 18d.
[Total] of this page 51s. 2d.
Sum total of the week £10 7s. 7d.

515. [f. 409v] 23 February
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Daylyngton by the hands of William Cocks for 16 ft. of elm timber, 3s. 4d.
Three [chaplains] 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
[Masons] Bennett 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d. in bringing up of mantles and parells for chimneys.
[Carpenters] William the elder Cocks 4s. Browne senior 4s. Simon Cocks 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
pt William Cocks 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer 4s. Thomas Broke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. in Cheapside aforesaid.
Gold pt 4s. Godfrey 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Browne junior 4s. John Provest 4s. Nicholas Holowaye 3s. William Wynter 3s. (6d.) in hewing and squaring timber bought of Mr Sybbell in Kent.
Labourers. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Tanner 2. 6d. with the carpenters aforesaid.
[Sawyers] Flint slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 7d.
[Porter] Hughwet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. [Labourers] Nevell 2s. 6d.
Hogett 2s. 6d. Grene 2s. 6d. on chimneys in Cheapside aforesaid.
Daubers. Thomas Monk' 4s. Labourers. Patrick Plackeney 2s. 6d.
[Labourers] John Smyth 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £7 16s. 5d.
[f. 410] To John Modill' of Reigate for carriage of 1 load of Reigate stone, 3s. 6d.
To Robert Best for carriage of a load of the same stone, 3s. 6d.
To William Hurteman and Thomas Playffoote, churchwardens of St Nicholas Shambles, for a quarter's rent due at Christmas last, 25s.
To Robert Butteler, carter, for carriage of 4 loads of timber from Croydon to the Bridge House at 2s. 4d. the load, 9s. 4d.
To Thomas Mason, ordure voider, for voiding 31 tuns [Tonne] of ordure out of 2 vaults in the Castle in Wood Street, at 18d. the tun, 16s. 6d.
To John Smyth, labourer, for 5 nights watching with the said ordure voider, to see him fill [the tuns], 20d.
[Total] of this page £4 9s. 6d.
Sum total of the week £12 5s. 11d.

516. [f. 410v] 2 March
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of a baker of Southwark for 4 short oak shells, 6d.
Received of William Gascoyne of Lambeth, baker, for the rent of a granary in Goldes yard for a year ended at Candlemas last past, 10s.
Three [chaplains] 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
[Masons] Bennett 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cocks the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Simon Cocks 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
William Cocks pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer 4s. Browne junior 4s. Thomas Broke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Nicholas Holowaye 3s. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. in the new house in Cheapside.
John Provest 4s. William Wynter 3s. Leonard Holmes 4s. in repairs.
[Sawyers] Flint slitting 8 hundred, 8s. 8d.
[Porter] Hughet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. in bringing up of chimneys in Cheap.
[Daubers]. Monkest 4s. [Labourer] Patrick Plackey 2s. 6d. at the new frame in Cheapside.
Labourers. Nevell 2s. 6d. Hogett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. with the bricklayers.
[Labourers] John Smyth 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. in the works aforesaid.
[Total] of this page £7 17s. 6d.
[f. 411] To [blank] for 6 round rings and 6 hearts [herts] with latches and catches for them for Cheapside, 4s.
To Richard Best, carter, for carriage of 1 load of Reigate stone for borders for chimneys, 3s. 6d.
To John Modell for (carriage) 2 loads of Reigate stone squared, and 1 load of borders for chimneys with 4s. for scappling the same, 20s.
To Robert Gold for 300 fourpenny nails used at Boot's mill at Stratford, 12d.
To Thomas Mason, ordure voider, for voiding 20 tuns of ordure out of the tenement of Thomas Woode at the Castle in Wood Street at 18d. the load, 30s.
To John Smith, labourer, for watching by the space of 3 nights argent, 12d.
To Robert Butteler, carter, for carriage of 2 loads of timber from Croydon to the Bridge House, 4s. 8d.
To John Boone for a quit-rent for 1 whole year ended at Christmas last from the tenement that Mr Medley, chamberlain of London, holds, 4s.
[Total] of this page 58s. 2d.
Sum total this week £10 15s. 8d.

517. [f. 411v] 9 March
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Three [chaplains] 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
[Masons] Bennet 4s. Thomson 4s. Arnold 4s. (Fyld 4s.) Heynes 4s.
Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cocks the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Godfrey 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
Cocks pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer (4s.) <16d.> Thomas Broke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. Thomas Browne (4s.) <2s.> Nicholas Holowaye 3s. in finishing the new house in Cheapside.
John Pasmer 2s. 6d. John Provest 4s. William Wynter 3s. in repairs.
[Sawyers] Flint slitting 7½ hundred, 8s. 1d.
[Porter] Hughwett 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. [Labourers] Nevell 2s. 6d.
Hogett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. making chimneys in the new house in Cheap.
Daubers. Thomas Monk' 4s. Labourer. Patrick Plackeney 2s. 6d.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £7 8s. 3d.
[f. 412] To John Backer of London, fishmonger, for 18 lb. of Polish [pollen] wax for [St] Thomas' chapel, 12s.
To Peter Carpenter of Southwark, blacksmith, for making 4 soldering irons for the plumbery [plomberye] house, weighing 12 lb., at 3d. the lb. argent, 3s.
To Thomas Mason, ordure voider, for voiding 15 tuns of ordure out of a vault in the tenement called the Castle in Wood Street, at 18d. the tun, 22s. 6d.
To John Smith, labourer, watching 2 nights with the said Mason, 8d.
[Total] of this page 38s. 2d.
Sum total of the week, £10 6s. 5d.

518. [f. 412v] 16 March
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of John Carpenter of St Katherine's for 90 ft. of featherboard for a mill-wheel, 5s.
Chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
[Masons] Bennet 4s. Thomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld [blank] Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orger 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s.
Godfrey 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. William Wynter 3s. in the waterworks.
Cocks pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer 4s. Thomas Broke 4s.
Walter Alen 4s. Browne junior 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Nicholas Holowaye 3s. in finishing the new house aforesaid.
John Pasmer 2s. 6d. John Provest 4s. in repairs in Newgate market.
[Sawyers] Flint slitting 7½ hundred, 8s. 1d.
[Porter] William Hug' 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. [Labourers] Nevell 2s. 6d.
Hogett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 4s. Labourers. Patrick Plackeneye 2s. 6d. John Terset 20d.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £7 18s. 7d.
[f. 413] To Thomas Sybbell of Aynesford [Eynesford, co. Kent] for 57 elm trees bought of him by Provest and Thomas Alen and [paid] to him by the hands of Elizabeth his daughter, 100s.
To Richard Davye of New Hythe by Maidstone, Kent, by the hands of John Orgar, for 100 ft. of bridge ashlar, containing 12 tons, and for 7 great springers and 24 ogees [ogys] for arches, containing together 11 tons, and for the freight of 4 hundred of Chapman ware paving, containing 10 tons, sum total 32 tons at 12d. the ton, 32s.
To Hughwett for 2 dozen cotton candles at 1¼d the dozen, 2s. 6d., and for 6 lb. at 1½d. the lb., 9d., used among the carpenters this year, in all 3s. 3d.
To John Orgar the same day by bill, for a hundred of bridge ashlar, price at the quarry 26s. 8d., for land carriage of the same 11s., for 7 great springers price at the quarry 21s., for 24 ft. of ogees [ogys] for arches at 6d. the foot, 12s., for land carriage of the same stone and springers containing 11 tons, 1s., for 4 hundred of Chapman ware paving at 5s. the hundred in the quarry, 30s., for land carriage of the same containing 10 tons, 10s., in all 11 1s. 8d.
[Total] of this page £12 7s. 11d.
Sum total of the week £20 6s. 6d.

519. [f. 413v] 23 March
Renter £30 Butchers £10 Fishmongers (£30) <100s.> Passage-tolls.
Three [chaplains] (7s. 6d.) <10s.> Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 11d. [sic]
[Masons] Bennet 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. William Wynter 3s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
Cockes pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer 4s. Thomas Brooke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Nicholas Holowaye 3s. [margin, in Latin: death of the same Nicholas] Browne junior 4s. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. upon the new house in Cheapside.
John Provest 4s. in repairs in Cheap.
[Sawyers] Flynt slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 7d.
[Porter] Hughwett 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 6d.
Hogett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d. in raising chimneys in Cheap.
Daubers. (Cockes) Monkest 4s. Henry Bryan 4s. Labourers. Patrick Plackeney 2s. 6d. John Tursett 2s. 6d.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. (Tanner) Sherman 2s. 6d. in the works aforesaid.
[Total] of this page £8 5s. 5d.
[f. 414] To Mistress Foster, widow, for carriage of 20 loads of timber, border stone and other from the Bridge House to the new tenement in Cheap, and for 2 loads into Newgate market, at 4d. the load, 7s. 4d., and for 1 load from Paternoster Row to Cheapside at 2d., in all 7s. 6d.
To my lord Commendatory of Bermondsey by the hands of John Byrd for a quit-rent from certain lands in Bermondsey Street for a whole year ended at Christmas last past by acquittance, 6s. 10d.
To Tanner's wife for for washing the chapel stuff this quarter, 12d.
To John Ferres for his quarter's fee, 5s. 2d.
To the said priests and clerks for Placebo and Dirige, 3s.
To the wife of William Hughwett for weeding the garden this quarter, 2s.
To (the wife of) John Orgar, master mason, for his quarter's fee, 50s.
To Hugh Brampson for a load of bricks, 4s. 8d.
To Robert Nelson, glazier, by bill 6s. 2d.
[Total] of this page £4 3s. 4d.
Sum total of the week £12 8s. 9d.

520. [f. 414v] 30 March
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls 20s.
Three [chaplains] 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns [12d.]
[Masons] Bennet 4s. (4d.) Tomson 4s. (4d.) Arnold 4s. (4d.) Fyld 4s. (4d.) Heynes 4s. (4d.) Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. (11d.) in apparelling hard stone.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 3s. 4d. Browne senior 3s. 4d. Leonard Holmes 3s. 4d. William Wynter 2s. 6d. Simon Cockes 2s. 1d. in the waterworks.
Cockes pt 4s. Inglydwe 3s. 4d. Palmer 3s. 4d. Pasmer 3s. 4d. Browne junior 3s. 4d. in finishing the new house in Cheapside.
John Provest 3s. 4d. Henry Godfrey 3s. 4d. in repairs at the Castle in Wood Street.
[Sawyers] Flynt slitting 6½ hundred, 7s.
[Porter] Hughwet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swenson 3s. 4d. Chorleton 3s. 4d. [Labourers] Hogett 2s. 1d. Nevell 2s. 1d. Thomas Grene 2s. 1d. Tanner 2s. 1d.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 3s. 4d. Henry Bryons 3s. 4d. Labourers.
Patrick Plackeney 2s. 1d. John Tursett 2s. 1d.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 1d. Roger Whythed 2s. 1d. Thomas Alen 2s. 1d. Sherman 2s. 1d.
[Total] of this page £7 3s. 7d.
[f. 415] To Laurence [Awen], clerk of the Bridge House, for money paid by him and laid out to divers men for hewing timber and making wood and other expenses incident to the same, by bill £4 3s. 2d.
To John Carter of Colchester, carpenter, in part payment of [words blotted: ? four score] loads of oak timber bought of him at 7s. the load, £10.
Thomas Baxster, chantry priest of Paul's, for a quarter ended at the Annunciation last past, 2s. 6d.
To William Best of Reigate, for carriage of 2 loads of Reigate stone for pendants of the arches of the bridge, 7s.
To Jeffrey Haryson for 13 loads of loam delivered in Cheapside and 12 loads delivered at the storehouse on the bridge at 4d. the load, 8s. 4d., and for 48 loads of sand delivered at Cheapside at 6d. the load, 24s., 32s. 4d.
To William [Cockes] the younger [Minus] for 24 lb. of cotton candles, 2s. 6d., and for 1 lb. of glue, 3½d., in all 2s. 9½d.
To Peter Carpenter of Southwark for 6 <soldering> irons and 2 (shavehooks) cutting knives for the plumber, weighing 25 lb. at 3d. the lb., 6s. 3d.
The masters' expenses at Lewisham this week in viewing the woods and divers other things there, with divers other of the House with them at the same time, 3s. 8½d.
To Henry Mylles, gardener, for his wages for 5 days working in the garden, at 8d. the day, 3s. 4d., and to him for his man for 5 days at 5d. the day, 2s. 1d., and for seeds for the same 9d., 6s. 2d.
To William Hughwett for 18 loads of dung for the garden, 4d.
[Total] of this page £17 4s. 3d.
Sum total paid this week, £24 7s. 10d.

521. [f. 415v] 6 April.
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Henry Byrd of London Bridge, grocer, for 11 ft. of timber at 3d. the foot, 2s. 9d.
Three [chaplains] 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
[Masons] Bennet 4s. Thomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s.
Leonard Holmes 4s. William Wynter 3s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
Cockes pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer 4s. Thomas Broke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. John Browne junior 4s. John Pasmer 3s. (6d.) in repairs and making the new house in Cheapside. John Provest 4s.
[Sawyers] Flynt slitting 6 hundred, 6s. 6d., board 1 hundred, 12d., 7s. 6d.
[Porter] Hughwet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. [Labourers] Nevell 2s. 6d.
Hogett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d. Thomas Thorneley 2s. 6d.
Daubers. Monkest 4s. Henry Bryane 4s. Labourers. Patrick Plackeney 2s. 6d. John Tursett 2s. 6d.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Roger Whythed 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen [blank]. Sherman 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £8 4d.
[f. 416] To William Charpeharowe, blacksmith, for sundry sorts of iron works by him made and delivered to the use of the House, as appears by his bill thereof, £13 12d.
To Mr Amborous, chief carpenter of the Bridge, for his quarter's fee ended at the Annunciation [last past], 50s.
To William Best, carter, for carriage of 1 load of Reigate stone for pendants for a new arch and for carriage of 1 load of border for ovens, 7s.
To John Modyll, quarryman of Reigate, for 3 loads for pendants for arches, 6s., and for 1 load of border for chimneys, with 4s. for scappling the same, 6s., 12s.
To Mistress Foster, widow, for carriage of 17 loads of timber, board, and other from the Bridge House to Cheapside and the Minories at 4d. the load, 5s. 8d., and for carriage of 1 load from Cheap to Newgate market 2d., 5s. 10d.
[Total] of this page £16 15s. 10d.
Sum total of the week £24 16s. 2d.

522. [f. 416v] 13 April
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Mistress Best, widow, for rent of a granary in Golders yard (for the rent of a backhouse) for a whole year ended at (Michaelmas) <the Annunciation> last past, 26s. 8d.
Received of her the same time for rent of another granary for 3 quarters of a year ended at Christmas last past, 20s.
Received of John Cachemayd, (widow) merchant tailor, for the debt of Anne Panell, widow, in full payment of £103 15s. 3d., £6 13s. 4d.
Three [chaplains] 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
[Masons] Bennet 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Thomas Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone for an arch.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. William Cockes 4s. Browne senior 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. Godfrey 4s. Wynter 3s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
William Cockes 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Thomas Broke 4s. Walter Alen 4s. Browne junior 4s. John Provest 4s. John Pasmer 3s. on the new house in Cheapside.
[Sawyers] Flynt slitting 4 hundred, 4s. 4d., in quarterboard 3 hundred, 3s., 7s. 4d.
[Porter] William Hughet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. [Labourers] Nevell 2s. 6d.
Hogett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. in paving cellars [selers] at the new building.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 4s. Henry Bryan 4s. Labourers. Patrick Plackeney 2s. 6d. John Tursyt 2s. 6d.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d.
Tanner 2s. 6d. in the works aforesaid.
[Total] of this page £8 2d.
[f. 417] To Hugh Brampson, brickburner, for 32½ thousand bricks, of which 30½ thousand were delivered by him to the new house in Cheapside and 1 thousand to the Castle in Wood Street, and the other thousand in repairs at St Nicholas £7 11s. 8d.
To Thomas Crull for his quarter's fee for the quarter ended at the Annunciation last past, £6 13s. 4d.
To John Clerke of Southwark, carter, for the carriage of 3 loads of timber and board from the Bridge House to Cheapside at 4d. the load, 12d., and for 1 load to Johnson's house on the bridge, 2d., 14d.
To Richard Ruddyng for paving 29 toises before the new house in Cheap at 7d. the toise, 16s. 11d.
[Total] of this page £15 3s. 1d.
Sum total of the week £23 3s. 3d.

523. [f. 417v] 20 April
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Robert Gold for 18 ft. of ceiling [selyng] timber argent 6d.
Received of Robert Barfoote, mercer, for a load and 8 ft. of oak timber delivered at Croydon, 6s. 10d.
Received of William Bomsted, bowyer, for 4 small shells of oak, 12d.
Received of William Cockes the elder for a quarter of board, 16d.
Three [chaplains] 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robynson [sic] 12d.
[Masons] Bennet 4s. Tomson 4s. Thomas Fyld 3s. 4d. Thomas Heynes 3s. 4d. Jeffrey Orgar 32s. 11d. in apparelling hard stone.
[Carpenters] Robert Gold 4s. William Cockes 3s. 4d. Browne senior 3s. 4d. Leonard Holmes 3s. 4d. Henry Godfrey 3s. 4d. John Provest 3s. 4d. Wynter 2s. 6d. Simon Cockes 2s. 1d. in the waterworks.
Cockes pt 4s. Inglydwe 3s. 4d. Palmer 3s. 4d. Pasmer 3s. 4d. Thomas Broke 3s. 4d. Walter Alen 3s. 4d. Thomas Browne 3s. 4d. Browne junior 3s. 4d. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. in finishing the new house in Cheap aforesaid.
[Sawyers] Flynt slitting 5 hundred, 5s. 5d., in elm board, 12d.
[Porter] William Hugh' 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers and labourers. Swenson 3s. 4d. Chorleton 3s. 4d. Nevell 2s. 1d. Hogett 2s. 1d. Thomas Grene 2s. 1d. Sherman 2s. 1d. in raising a new chimney at St Nicholas Shambles.
Daubers. Monkest 3s. 4d. Henry Bryane 3s. 4d. John Dogett 3s. 4d.
Labourers. Patrick Plackeney 2s. 1d. John Tursett 2s. 1d. Thomas Monkest 2s. 1d. in the new house in Cheap aforesaid.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 1d. Thomas Alen 2s. 1d. Whythed 2s. 1d.
Tanner 2s. 1d. Thomas John 2s. 1d. in the works aforesaid.
[Total] of this page £7 4s. 7d.
[f. 418] To Richard Dryver, limeburner, for 30 hundred 4 loads and 4 sacks of lime, delivered by him to Cheapside and other places in London, as appears by tale and bill, at 4s. the hundred, £6 2s. 7d.
To Mistress Foster, widow, for carriage of 13 loads of stone, board and timber from the Bridge House to Cheapside, 4s. 4d.
To Robert Terne, blacksmith, for battering 76 dozen masons' tools this quarter, by tale at 1½d. the dozen, 9s. 6d.
To Robert Nelson, glazier, in prest for making glass in Cheap for the window in Cheap, 20s.
To Henry Mill, gardener, for working in the garden for 2½ days at 8d. the day, 20d., and for wire to bind the rosemary to the wall 5d., 2s. 1d.
[Total] of this page £7 18s. 6d.
Sum total of the week £15 3s. 1d.

524. [f. 418v] 27 April
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robynson [sic] 12d.
Masons. Bennet 16d. Tomson 16d. in apparelling hard stone.
Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 16d. Browne senior 16d.
Henry Godfrey 16d. Leonard Holmes 16d. Wynter 12d. Simon Cockes 10d. in the waterworks.
Cockes pt 4s. Inglydwe 16d. Palmer 16d. Pasmer [blank]. Thomas Browne 16d. Browne junior 16d. John Provest 16d. John Pasmer 12d. in the new house in Cheap.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 2½ hundred, 2s. 7d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 16d. Chorleton 16d. Labourers. Nevell 10d. (Hogett 10d.) <Stet> Thomas Grene 10d. Sherman 10d. in the well at the Cup in St Nicholas.
Daubers. Monkest 16d. John Duckett 8d. Labourers. Patrick Plackeney 10d. John Turset 10d.
Labourers. John Smyth 10d. Thomas Alen 10d. Whythed 10d. Tanner 10d. John Johnson [blank]
[Total] of this page 65s.
[f. 419] To the parson of Woolchurch for the tithe of the Stocks for 1 quarter ended at (Michaelmas) the Annunciation last past, 13s. 4d.
To Thomas Mason for carriage of 5 loads of rubbish from the Castle in Wood Street and another 5 loads from Newgate market at 2½d. the load, 2s. 1d.
[Total] of this page 15s. 5d.
Sum total of the week 80s. 5d.

525. [f. 419v] 4 May
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls 20s.
Received in oblations for St George's time, 2s. 1½d.
Received of the churchwardens of St Olave's for 2 loads and 23 ft. of timber, 20s. 6d.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger [sic] 12d.
Masons. Bennet 3s. 4d. Tomson 3s. 4d. Arnold 4s. Fyld 3s. 4d. Heynes 3s. 4d. Jeffrey Orgar 2s. 11d. in apparelling hard stone.
Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 2s. 8d. Browne senior 2s. 8d.
Henry Godfrey 2s. 8d. Leonard Holmes 2s. 8d. William Wynter 2s. 8d.
Simon Cockes 20d. in the waterworks.
Cockes pt 4s. Inglydwe 2s. 8d. Palmer 2s. 8d. Pasmer 2s. 8d. Thomas Browne 2s. 8d. Browne junior 2s. 8d. John Pasmer 2s. John Provest 2s. 8d. (Browne junior).
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 4 hundred, 4s. 4d., planks a hundred, 12d., 5s. 4d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 2s. 8d. Chorleton 2s. 8d. Labourers. Nevell 20d.
Hogett 20d. Thomas Grene 20d. in the new house in Cheap.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 2s. 8d. John Dockett 2s. 8d. Labourers.
Patrick Plackeney 20d. John Tursett 20d.
Labourers. John Smyth 20d. Thomas Alen 20d. Whytehed 20d. Tanner 20d. Sherman 20d.
[Total] of this page £5 17s. 1d.
[f. 420] To John Houghe, organmaker, for mending the organs in the chapel this year as in times past, 12d.
To Ambrose Wolleis by the hands of Thomas Alen for a barrel of tar, 4s. 8d.
To Thomas Alen for 4 lb. thrums, 8d., and for 10 lb. oakum, 10d., in all 18d.
To Robert Butteler for carriage of 4 loads of timber from Croydon at 2s. 8d. the load, 9s. 4d.
To Thomas Mason for carriage of 12 loads of rubbish out of the new house in Cheap at 2d., 2s.
To William Bound for carriage of 14 loads of rubbish from the said house at 2d. the load, 2s. 4d.
To the smith of Lambeth for 200 tenpenny nails 20d., for 400 sixpenny nails 2s., 400 fourpenny nails 16d., and 500 threepenny nails, 15d., 6s. 3d.
To the chantry priest of St Olave's for his quarter ended at the Annunciation, 26s. 8d.
To the prior of St Bartholomew for a quit-rent due at the Annunciation for a whole year, 3s. 4d.
[Total] of this page 57s. 1d.
Sum total of the week, £8 14s. 2d.

526. [f. 420v] 11 May
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of a Dutch [douche] man for 1 old stone, 10d.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. William Wynter 3s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
Carpenters. Cockes pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Browne junior 4s. John Pasmer 3s. John Provest 3s. 4d. in finishing the new house in Cheap.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 7d.
Porter. Hughwett 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 6d. Hogett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d.
Daubers. Thomas Monk' 4s. John Duckett 4s. Labourers. Patrick 2s. 6d. John Tursett 2s. 6d.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 10d. Whythed 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. (6d.) <1d.> Sherman 2s. 6d.
Shipwrights. 4 [days at] 11 [d. a day] Hugh Yong 3s. 8d. (8) <10> [days at] 10 [d. a day] John Lewis 8s. 4d. 6 [days at] 10 [d. a day] Richard Ford 5s. John Cowe 4s. William Alm' 6s. 8d. 18 [days] John Fydler 8s. 4d. William Englesse 3s. 4d. in mending boats, all.
[Total] of this page £9 9s.
[f. 421] To the 2 sawyers of Petham Court for sawing 2,091 ft. of planks cut and half cut [of kerffe and halfe kerffe] at 14d. the hundred, 26s. 11d., and for sawing 1,765 ft. of plankboard at 12d. the hundred, 17s. 8d., and for making 6 sawpits 4s. 4d. in all, and for making 5 rolls and cutting the crosswise cuts [anthwart kyrffes] 2s., in all 50s. 11d.
To Laurence and Provest going to measure [meite] the same timber and to pay the sawyers in prest, being away 2 days, 2s. 6d.
To Provest for this charges in going to see the sawyers, 8d.
To the masters for their expenses in going to view the same timber and to pay the sawyers their full duty, being away 2 days, with the clerk and divers others with them, 6s.
To the smith of Lambeth for 200 tenpenny nails 20d., and for 400 sixpenny nails 2s. 3d., for 400 fourpenny nails 16d., and for 300 threepenny nails 9d., in all 6s.
To William Suer for carriage of 1 load of Reigate stone for pendants, 3s. 6d.
To Richard Best for carriage of 1 load of Reigate stone for pendants, 3s. 6d.
To Laurence [Awen] for his quarter's fee ended at our lord's [sic], 50s.
To the said William Suer for 1 load of board from Reigate, 3s. 6d.
To John Gate of Maidstone for carriage by water of 1¼ hundred of bridge ashlar, for 5 ft. of [blank] and for 27 ft. of gutter stone, for a hundred of parelled paving and for a hundred of Chapman ware (ashlar) paving at 12d. the hundred, in all 18 hundred, 18s.
To Mistress Foster for carriage of 5 loads to Cheapside of timber and board at 4d. the load, 20d., and for 6 loads of timber to the bridge at 2d. the load, 12d., 2s. 8d.
[Total] of this page £7 7s. 3d.
Sum total of the week £16 16s. 3d.

527. [f. 421v] 18 May
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Received of Thomas Alen for 2 hundredweight [CCth weight] of chalk, 12d.
Received of Robert Gold for 3 ft. of oak timber, 12d.
Received of Eglesfyld for (3) <4> loads of Rag, 5s.
Received of John Flynt by the hands of William Cockes for 80 ft. of oak boards for a chest for his wife, 2s.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet 4s. Thomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. William Wynter 3s. in the waterworks.
Carpenters. Cockes pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Browne junior 4s. Simon Cockes 3s. John Provest 4s. in finishing the new house in Cheapside.
Sawyers. Flynt 6 hundred, 6s. 6d.
[Porter] Hughwett 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 6d.
Hogett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d. in [blank].
Daubers. Thomas Monk' 4s. John Dockett 4s. Labourers. Patrick Plackene 2s. 6d. John Tursett 2s. 6d.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 10d. Whytehed 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £7 11s. 4d.
[f. 422] To William Swer for carriage half the way of 2 loads of Reigate stone for pendants for [not clear; ? ovens] and the bridge, 3s.
To John Orgar by bill 90s. 4d.
To John Modill of Kent, quarryman, for 5 loads of square Reigate stone at 2s. the load, 10s., and for 1 load of borders (2s.) with 4s. for scappling the same 6s., 16s.
To the same John for carriage of the 3 loads of the same stone halfway from the quarry at 18d. the load, 4s. 6d., and to him in full payment for carriage of 4 loads at 3s. 6d. the load, 2s. 6d.
To the said John Modyll for 1 load of pendants and for carriage of the same from Reigate, 5s. 6d.
To William Suer for carriage of a load of Reigate stone half the way. 18d.
[Total] of this page £6 2s. 4d.
Sum total of the week £13 13s. 8d.

528. [f. 422v] 25 May.
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls 20s.
Received of a gunpowder maker by the hands of Robert Gold for 20 stops of elm, 20 ft. long, 6s. 8d., for 4 elm planks containing 94 ft. of timber, 5s., and for 2 ft. of elm, 11d., 12s.
Received of the said Gold for 9 ft. of board at 3 ft. for 1d., 3d.
Received of Moodye for an end of oak of 6 ft. at 2d. the foot, 12d.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in taking down a breast of an arch.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Wynter 3s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. Leonard Holmes 4s.
Carpenters. Robert Pasmer 4s. Browne junior 4s. Cockes pt 4s. John Pasmer 3s. in the new house in Cheap.
Thomas Browne 4s. John Provest 4s. John Palmer 4s. in repairs in Southwark.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 7d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 6d.
Hogett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d. at the brownbaker's house at the sign of the Horseshoe.
Daubers. Monkest 4s. John Dogett 4s. [Labourers] Patrick 2s. 6d. John Tursett 2s. 6d. in the new house in Cheap.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 20d. Whytehed 2s. 6d.
Tanner 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. Cloworth 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £7 9s. 8d.
[f. 423] To my lord of Canterbury for a quit-rent due at the Annunciation last, 5s. 2d.
To the churchwardens of St Nicholas Shambles for a quarter ended at Our Lady's Day last past, 25s.
To the said Bennet, Thomson, Arnold, Fyld, Heynes, and Jeffrey Orgar for working 1 tide out of due time in the waterworks, at 3d. the man, 2s.
To Roger Hoode for 4 tides, Thomas Shepherd for 5 tides, Thomas Wright for 6 tides, labourers labouring with the masons at 3d. the tide, 3s. 9d.
To Thomas Alen for 6 men for unloading of 4 boats of rag from the bridge, 2s.
To him for 6 labourers for unloading 2 boats, 12d.
To Thomas Sheperd for 5 tides, Thomas Wryght for 8 tides, Leonard Lynsey for 3 tides, Roger Hoode for 1 tide, William Tanner for 1 tide, John Roche for 1 tide, labourers labouring with the said masons at 3d. the tide, in all 5s. 3d.
To the said Thomas Alen for 4 men for helping him through the bridge at 6 several times, and to him for 3 men at 2 tides, 6d., in all 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page 46s. 8d.
Sum total of the week, £9 16s. 4d.

529. [f. 423v] 1 June
Renter Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 3s. 4d. Browne senior 3s.
4d. Henry Godfrey 3s. 4d. (Leonard Holmes) Pasmer 3s. 4d. Thomas Browne 3s. 4d. John Browne 3s. 4d. John Browne 3s. 4d. William Wynter 2s. 6d. Simon Cockes 2s. 1d. in the waterworks.
(Cockes pt 4s. John Pasmer 2s. 6d.) in Cheapside [margin: at the house of the owner]
Inglydwe 3s. 4d. Palmer 3s. 4d. (4s.) Leonard Holmes 3s. 4d. John Provest 3s. 4d. at a joiner's house in Southwark.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 6 hundred, 6s. 6d.
Porter. Hughet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 3s. 4d. Chorleton 3s. 4d. Labourers. Nevell 2s.
1d. Hogett 2s. 1d. Thomas Grene 2s. 1d. in repairs at the sign of the Horseshoe.
Daubers. Monkest 3s. 4d. John Dogkett 3s. 4d. [Labourers] Patrick 2s.
1d. John Tursett 2s. 1d. in the works in Cheap.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 1d. Whythed 2s. 1d. Tanner 2s. 1d. Sherman 2s. 1d. John Cloworth 2s. 1d. in the works aforesaid.
[Total] of this page £6 9s. 11d.
[f. 424] To Robert Butteller, carter, for the carriage of 5 loads of timber from Croydon to the Bridge House in London at 2s. 4d. the load, in all 11s. 8d.
To Smith the turner for 4 shovels for the masons, 16d., and for 4 scoops for the boats, 8d., 2s.
To a gardener for 2 days working in the garden, 16d.
To Thomas Monkest, plasterer, for 60 bushels of hair bought by him for the new house in Cheap at 3d. the bushel, 15s.
To James Foster for carriage of 4 loads of stuff to Cheapside and 3 loads home to the Bridge House, 2s. 4d.
To him for carriage of 2 loads to Gracechurch at 2d., 6d.
[Total] of this page 32s. 10d.
Sum total paid £8 2s. 9d.

530. [f. 424v] 8 June
Received of a shipwright for 12 ft. of oak timber by the hands of Robert Gold, 2s. 9d.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger 12d.
Masons. Bennet 4s. Thomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heron 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in apparelling hard stone.
Carpenters. Gold 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. Browne junior 4s. William Wynter 3s. (4s.) Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. Cockes pt 4s. Pasmer 4s. Palmer 4s.
Inglydwe 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. John Provest 4s. John Pasmer 3s. in the waterworks and repairs.
Sawyer. Flynt slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 7d.
Porter. Hughet 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 6d.
Hogett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d.
Daubers. Monkest 4s. John Dockett 4s. Labourers. Patrick 2s. 6d. John Tursett 2s. 6d.
Labourers. John S. 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d.
Tanner 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. Cloworth 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £7 13s. 8d.
[f. 425] To Thomas Dendye of Sussex, boardman, in full payment for 5 thousand 8 hundred of plankboard, 3 thousand 8½ hundred of quarterboard at 20d. the hundred, for 2 loads of quarters at 8s. 6d. the load, and for 3 loads of laths at 10s. 8d. the load, £6 9s. 10d.
To William Bently of Maidstone in Kent for water carriage of 15 tons of pavingstone at 12d., 15s.
To the said Bennett, Thomson, Arnold, Fyld, and Jeffrey Orgar, each for 2 tides out of due time, 3s. 4d.
To John Smyth for 2 new pails for the masons, 6d.
To a cordwainer at the watergate for soling 2 pairs of boots for the masons, 12d.
To Mr Wyndam, parson of (Wolcherc) St Olave for the tithe of Golders for a year ended at Easter, 10s.
To the said Gold for 4 tides, Cockes the elder for 4 tides, Browne senior for 4 tides, Henry Godfrey for 4 tides, Leonard Holmes for (4) 3 tides, Wynter for 4 tides, Simon Cockes for 4 tides, Cocks junior for 3 tides, Inglydwe for 3 tides, Palmer for 3 tides, Pasmer for 3 tides, Thomas Browne for 4 tides, Browne junior for 4 tides, John Provest for 4 tides, and John Pasmer for 3 tides, carpenters working in the waterworks out of due time, between them for 54 tides at 4d. the tide, 18s.
To Tanner for 2 tides, Whythed for 2 tides, and John Cloworth for 2 tides, labourers labouring with the said carpenters, between them for 6 tides at 3d. the tide, 18d.
To 2 labourers for bearing boards, laths, and quarters for 2½ days, 2s. 2d.
Item paid for 4 cart clouts for the cart for the millstone, 9d.
[Total] of this page £9 2s. 1d.
Sum total of the week, £16 15s. 9d.

531. [f.425v] 15 June.
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger 12d.
(Bennet 2s.)
Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. Browne senior 2s. Henry Godfrey 2s. Leonard Holmes 2s. Wynter 18d. Simon Cockes 15d.
Cockes pt 4s. Inglydwe 2s. Palmer 2s.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 3½ hundred, 3s. 9d.
Porter. Hughet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson (2s.) <13d.> Chorleton 2s. Labourers. Nevell 15d. Hogett 15d. Thomas Grene 15d.
Daubers. Monkest 2s. [Labourers] Patrick Plankeney 15d.
Labourers. John S. 15d. Thomas Alen 15d. Whythed 15d. Tanner 15d.
Sherman 15d. Cloworth 15d.
[Total] of this page £3 7s. 6d.
[f. 426] To Robert Nelson, glazier, in part payment of a greater sum for glazing in the new house in Cheap, 40s.
To Brydgs for holing a millstone at Mr Forman's wharf, 3s. 4d.
To Mr Draper for his (quarter) half year's fee ended at the feast of the Annunciation last past, £13 6s. 8d.
To him for his livery due at Christmas last past, 20s.
To Laurence Couper for hooping sundry hogs [heads?], pails and boxes [Bockks] by bill, 5s. 4d.
To him for making a new tun for the Crown over against the Bridge House gate, 27s.
To Thomas Bulbroke of Lynn for 2 warps of small and great ropes, weighing 212 1b. at 12s the hundred, 25s.
To Richard Ambrose for his quarter's fee ended at Midsummer next, 50s.
To Richard Olyvers, carter, in part payment of a greater sum for carriage of timber and wood from Petham Court, 65s.
To Thomas Alen for 4 men for heaving [havyng] of boats through the bridge at 11 several times, at 1d. the man (3s. 8d. and) to them for 3 men at one time 3d., in all 3s. 11d.
To 8 men for unloading 2 boats, one of stone and one of chalk, 16d., and to 6 men for unloading one boat of chalk, 6d., in all 22d.
To Thomas Wryght for 3 tides placing chalk in the starlings this week, 9d.
To Thomas Monkest for 4 bushels of hair, 12d.
To the wife of James Foster for carriage and recarriage of 9 loads of timber, stone, and other stuff from the Bridge House to Cheap and other places in London at 4d., 3s.
To her for carriage of 1 load to Gracechurch, 3d.
To her for carriage of 5 loads of rubbish from a joiner's house in Southwark at 2d., 10d.
[Total] of this page £25 13s. 10d.
Sum total of the week £29 17d.

532. [f. 426v] 22 June
Renter £30 Fishmongers £5 Butchers £10 Passage-tolls
Received of John Cockes for 27 ft. of oak timber, 5s. 6d.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heron 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. on a breast for a new arch aforesaid.
Carpenters. Cocks 4s. Robert Gold 4s. Cockes the elder 3s. 4d.
Inglydwe 3s. 4d. Pasmer 3s. 4d. Palmer 3s. 4d. Browne senior 3s. 4d. Thomas Browne 3s. 4d. Henry Godfrey 3s. 4d. Leonard Holmes 3s. 4d. John Browne 3s. 4d. John Provest 3s. 4d. William Wynter 2s. 6d. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. Simon Cockes 2s. 1d. on the waterworks and repairs.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 6 hundred, 6s. 6d. Horton slitting 4 hundred, 4s. 4d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 3s. 4d. Chorleton 3s. 4d. Labourers. Nevell 2s.
1d. Hogett 2s. 1d. Grene 2s. 1d. Sherman 2s. 1d.
Daubers. Monkest 3s. 4d. Labourer. Chorleton 2s. 1d.
Labourers. John S. 2s. 1d. Thomas Alen 2s. 1d. Whythed 2s. 1d.
Tanner 2s. 1d. John Clowerth 2s. 1d.
[Total] of this page £5 19s. 11d.
[f. 427] To John Orgar by bill, 114s.
To him for his quarter's fee ended at Michaelmas last, 50s.
To learned counsel for an answer made against a bill of complaint exhibited by the abbot of Tower Hill against the wardens of London Bridge, 10s.
To the aforesaid 3 chaplains and 6 clerks for Placebo and Dirige, 3s.
To Tanner's wife for washing the said chapel stuff, 12d.
To William Hughwett's wife for weeding the garden for this Midsummer quarter, 2s.
To Henry Mylls, gardener, for 2 days working in the garden, 16d.
To Richard Rudyng, paviour, for paving 21 toises of new paving at the Stocks and 15 toises at the Old Change at 7d. the toise, 21s.
To Peverell, blacksmith, for battering of 34 dozen mason's tools this quarter at 1½d. the dozen, 4s. 3d.
To the aforesaid 6 masons working in the waterworks out of due time, each for 3 tides at 4d. the tide, in all 6s.
To the widow of Richard Pytwyne, glover, for 6 prs. [gloves] for the masons working at the foundation of a new breast, 12d.
To Thomas Alen for 2 tides, Whythed, Tanner, Sherman, and John Southgate, each for 3 tides at 3d. the tide, 3s. 6d.
To Thomas Mason, ordure voider, for cleansing 6 tuns of ordure out of a sluice called le bragyn at 18d., 9s.
To Robert Buttler, carter, for carriage of 9 loads of oak timber from Croydon to the Bridge House at 2s. 4d. the load, 21s.
To John Smyth for watching one night with [him] 4d.
To him for 1 pail, 3d.
To Richard Buckerell of Deptford for 4 warps of rope, weighing 3¼ hundred and 11 1b., at 12s. the hundred, 40s.
To Ambrose Wolles for 1 barrel of pitch, 5s. 4d., and for 1 piece of tarpaulin [bollyng tylt] for the cement boat, 7s., 12s. 4d.
To the said Thomas Alen for heating 5 pots for the cement boat, 20d.
[Total] of this page £(16) <15> (10) <6>s. 10d.
Sum total £22 6s. 9d.

533. [f. 427v] 29 June
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage tolls
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet (4s.) <3s. 4d.> Tomson (4s.) <3s. 4d.> Arnold 4s.
Fyld (4s.) <3s. 4d.> Heron (4s.) <3s. 4d.> Jeffrey Orgar 2s. 6d. on the foundation.
Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Cockes 4s. Cockes the elder (3s.) <2s. 8d.> Browne senior (3s.) <2s. 8d.> Leonard Holmes (3s.) <2s. 8d.> Henry Godfrey (3s.) <2s. 8d.> Browne junior 2s. 8d. Inglydwe (3s.) <2s. 8d.> Palmer (3s.) <2s. 8d.> Pasmer (3s.) <2s. 8d.> Provest (3s.) <2s. 8d.>. William Wynter 2s. [lost]. John Pasmer 2s. [lost]. Simon Cockes (2s. 1d.) <20d.> Thomas Browne 2s. 8d. in the waterworks. Sawyers. Flynt slitting 5 hundred, 5s. 5d. Horton in slitting 4 hundred, 4s. 4d. 10s. 10d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson (3s.) <2s. 8d.> Chorleton (3s.) <2s. 8d.> Labourers. Nevell (2s. 1d.) <20d.> Hoget (2s. 1d.) <20d.> Grene (2s. 1d.) <20d.>
Daubers. Thomas Monkest (3s.) <2s. 8d.> Labourer. John Tursett (2s. 1d.) {20d.} <15d.>
Labourers. John S. (2s. 1d.) <20d.> Thomas Alen [blank]. Roger Whythed 20d. Tanner 20d. Sherman 20d. John Cloworth 20d.
[Total] of this page 116s. 9d.
[f. 428] To Jeffrey Haryson for (42) <40> loads of sand delivered to the Bridge House, 14 loads to Cheap, 10 loads to the bridge, 8 loads to Paternoster Row, and 7 loads to Rood Lane, at 6d. the load, 39s. 6d.
To him for 32 loads of loam at 4d. the load, 10s. 8d., for 85 loads of gravel at 4d. the load, 28s. 4d., 39s.
To him for carriage of 6 loads of rag and one of tiles from the Bridge House at 4d. the load, 2s. 4d., for carriage of 19 loads of rubbish from Cheap with his great cart at 2½d. the load, 3s. 11½d., and for 6 loads of rubbish from Old Change and Newgate market at 2d., in all 7s. 3½d.
To the churchwardens of St Olave's for the salary of a priest for this quarter ended at (Michaelmas) <Midsummer>, 26s. 8d.
To Robert Butteler for carriage of 5 loads of timber from Croydon this week at (3s.) 2s. 4d. the load, 11s. 8d.
To the said Thomas Alen for (carriage of) heating 4 pots for the cement boat, 16d.
To Richard Ruddyng, paviour, for paving 3 toises of new pavement at the corner of East Cheap at 7d., 21d.
To the said Richard for 4 days work in mending of Joks [?] upon the bridge at 8d. the day, 2s. 8d., and for his labourer for 4 days at 5d. the day, 20d., 4s. 4d.
To Thomas Alen for 5 men helping to get the boats through the bridge for 2 tides at 1d. the man, 10d., to 4 men for helping for 5 tides at 1d. the man, and to 6 men for one time, 6d., in all 3s.
To 6 men for unloading 6 boats of chalk at 1d. the man per boat, 3s., to 5 men for loading and unloading 4 boats of chalk at the bridge, 20d., 4s. 8d.
To Thomas Wright for 9 tides, John a Fen for 4 tides, John Gaston for 2 tides, and Thomas Alen for 2 tides, labourers labouring in placing chalk on the starling, between them for (15) {19} 17 tides at 3d. the tide, 4s. 3d.
To the said John Gaston for placing chalk, 2d.
To John Monke for 1¼ hundred of rope for the boats, 15s.
To the parson of Woolchurch for the tithe of the Stocks for this quarter, 13s. 4d.
In expenses this week to Deptford and Lewisham, to view the tenements and other ground, 3s. 4d.
[Total] of this page £8 15s. 3d.
Sum total of the week, £14 12s.

534. [f. 428v] 6 July
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage-tolls 20s.
Received of Stacy the bellwright for 69 score of oak timber for All Hallows the Great, 17s. 3d.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heron 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in raising a breast aforesaid.
Carpenters. Gold Pt 4s. Cockes pt 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Browne junior 4s. John Pasmer (4s.) <3s. 6d.>. William Wynter 3s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. John Provest 4s. Inglydwe 4s.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 7d. Horton slitting 6 hundred, 6s. 6d. Plankboard 2 hundred, 2s. 16s. 1d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
Shout[man]. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 4s. Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 6d.
Hogett 2s. 6d. Grene 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 4s. Labourer. John Tursyt 2s. 6d.
Labourers. John S. 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen [blank]. Whythed 2s. 6d.
Tanner 2s. 6d. John Clouworth 2s. 6d. Shepherd 10d.
[Total] of this page £7 15s. 8d.
[f. 429] To Robert for the gibbet gin by 7 [tides] in driving piles at the starling next to St Magnus [church] at 5s. 8d. the tide, 39s. 8d.
To Cockes senior for 5 tides, Simon for 5 tides, Cockes junior for 5 tides, John Pasmer for 5 tides, Inglydwe for 5 tides, Provest for 4 tides, Wynter for 4 tides, Browne senior for 4 tides, Browne junior for 3 tides, Leonard Holmes for 3 tides, Robert Pasmer for 4 tides, Palmer for 3 tides, Thomas Browne for 4 tides, Henry Godfrey for 4 tides, Robert Gold for 5 tides, carpenters working in the works out of due time as the tides have fallen these 3 weeks, between them for 63 tides at 4d. the tide, 21s.
To Sclater of Mile End for 4 new tide-axes at 12d. each, 4s.
To him for 4 new adzes for the tides, 4s.
To him for steeling 6 old adzes, 3s.
To William Drappar of Bromley, deputy steward of Greenwich, Deptford, Lewisham, Lee and Stratford for his retainer to make answer every year in the said court for 12d. at this time, 5d.
To a chantry priest of Paul's for a quit-rent due at Midsummer, 2s. 6d.
To the said 6 masons, each for 2 tides working out of due [time], 4s.
To Whytehed, Playworth [sic], Tanner, and Sherman, each for 2 tides labouring with the masons, 2s.
To John A Fenne for 6 tides, Thomas Alen for 5 tides, Thomas Wright for 3 tides, labourers labouring with the said masons, between them for 14 tides at 3d. the tide in all, 3s. 6d.
To the shoutman for 20 men heaving boats through the bridge at 4 tides, at 1d. the man, 20d.
To 4 labourers for unloading 10 boats of chalk at 1d. the man, 3s. 4d.
To 2 other labourers for labouring placing chalk at the starling, 12d.
(To John Affen for 6 tides, Thomas Alen for 5 tides, Thomas Wright for 3 tides, between them for 14 tides at 3d., 3s. 6d.)
To Robert Buttler, carter, for carriage of 4 loads of timber from Croydon at 2s. 4d., in all 9s. 4d.
To William Carter [? the carter] for carriage of a millstone to Bootes Mill in (Kent) Stratford, 2s.
To the shoutman for heating 6 pots, 2s.
To the gardener for cutting in the garden, 8d.
Sum total of the week £13 4s. 4d.

535. [f. 429v] 13 July
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage-tolls
Received from St Thomas' chapel on the bridge on St Thomas's [day] in oblations, 5s. 2d.
Received of Nicholas Barker, armourer, for divers sorts of oak shells, 4s.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heron 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. upon the arch aforesaid.
Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Cockes pt 4s. Browne senior 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. Browne junior 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. Provest 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. William Wynter 4s. John Pasmer 3s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
Sawyers, Flynt in slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 7d. Henry Horton slit 8 hundred, 8s. 8d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
Shout[man]. Thomas A. 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson [sum erased] Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 6d. Hogdett 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 10d. [over erasure]. Sherman 10d. [over erasure]. Total 6s. 8d.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest (4s.) <3s. 4d.> Labourer. John Turfyld 2s. 1d.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen [blank]. Whythed 2s. 6d.
Tanner 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. John Cloworth 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £7 10s.
[f. 430] To Robert Gold for the gibbet gin for 7 tides driving piles in the starlings aforesaid at 5s. 8d. the tide, except that there lacked 1 man for 1 tide, 29s. 5d.
To Nicholas Barker, armourer, for divers and sundry sorts of nails by bill, £14 14s. 11d.
To Laurence Awen, clerk of the Bridge House, for his quarter's fee ended at Midsummer last past, 50s.
To Sir John Gaynesford, knight, in full payment for 200 loads of oak timber and for carriage of the same, that is to say 100 [sic] loads and for carriage as is aforesaid, £12 14s. 2d.
To the said Thomas Crull and Robert Draper, wardens of the said bridge for their quarter's fee, £13 6s. 8d.
To Stephen Parate for 20 boat[loads] of chalk, every boat containing 12 tons at 6d. the ton, £6.
To the said 6 masons each for 2 tides at 4d. the man per tide, 4s.
To Roger Whythed, John Sherman, John Cloworth, and Tanner, each of them for 2 tides with the masons, 2s.
To Thomas Alen, shoutman, for heating 4 cement pots for the masons, 16d.
To Cockes senior, Cockes junior, Henry Godfrey, Browne junior, Leonard Holmes, Thomas Browne, Palmer, Pasmer, Inglydewe, William Wynter, John Pasmer, and Simon Cockes, each of them for 2 tides, and John Provest for 1 tide, carpenters working in the waterworks out of due time as the tides have fallen this week, between them for 25 tides at 4d. the tide, 8s. 4d.
To 13 labourers for taking (28) <18> loads and 31 ft. of oak timber at 55 ft. the load, at 3d. the man, 3s. 3d.
To Thomas Alen, shoutman, by bill 6s. 1d.
to John Affen, labourer, for labouring with the said masons for 8 tides at 3d. the tide, 2s.
To 2 men for placing of chalk in the starlings at the bridge for 3 tides, 18d.
To Robert Graye, waxchandler, for making of 53 lb. of wax new and old into sundry tapers great and small, and other lights for the chapel on the bridge at ½d. the lb., 21½d.
To him for a Paschal of his own wax, weighing 22 lb., 3s. 3½d.
Expenses of the masters this week, 14d.
To Thomas Alen and 3 labourers with him for bringing of a fare of planks from Dartford, sawn at Petham Court by water by drove, 6s. 6d.
To John Alen, mercer, for 1 barrel of pitch for the storehouse, 4s.
To John Heere, waterman, for a great oar [hoore] for the cement boat, 14d.
To Thomas Smyth, turner, for 6 mortar trays at 4d. the tray, 2s.
[Total] of this page £52 3s. 7d.
Sum total of the week £59 13s. 7d.

536. [f. 430v] 20 July
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage-tolls
Received of Mr Symson for the rent of a little granary in Golders [yard] for the year ending at Midsummer, 10s.
Received of Edward Dygbye, plumber, for 409 lb. of lead skimmings [bettys of skommyng of leade], 10s. 8d.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orgar (4s.) 3s. 6d. upon the arch aforesaid.
Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Browne junior 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Palmer 4s. Pasmer 4s.
Leonard Holmes 4s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. William Wynter 4s. Cockes 4s. Provest 4s. John Pasmer 4s. Thomas Browne 4s.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 7d. Horton 8 hundred, 8s. 8d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. (Swenson 4s.) Chorleton 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 6d.
James Jacson 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 15d. at the Crown in Southwark.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 20d. Roger Whythed 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. John Cloworth 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £7 4s. 6d.
[f. 431] To Robert Gold for the gibbet gin for 6 tides driving piles in the starling aforesaid, except there lacked 1 man for 1 tide, 33s. 9d.
To Belton of Maidstone in Kent for water carriage of 17 tons of hard stone of Kent from [blank] at 12d. the ton, in all 17s.
To Richard Hawlsey of Houndsditch for new casting of 3 old brasses weighing 66 lb. at 1d. the lb., in all 5s. 6d.
To Robert Gold for his costs and charges in going to Croydon with the charges of Cockes with him, 16d.
To William Hughwett for 46 lb. of tallow for the store of the House, at 1d. the lb., 3s. 10d., and for 40 lb. of grease [greyse] at 1d. the 1b., 3s. 4d., 7s. 2d.
To him for boughs and flowers for strewing the gates at Midsummer, 10d.
To William Sharpeharow, blacksmith, for divers sorts of nails and other by bill, £9 17s.
To John Hughweth, organmaker, for mending a pair of bellows, 5s.
To Thomas Alen for heating 2 cement pots for the masons, 8d.
To the shoutman by bill, 5s. 7d.
To Thomas Alen for 2 tides and Sherman for 2 tides, labourers labouring with the said masons, each of them for 2 tides, 12d.
To Robert Gold for 17 labourers taking timber that came from Colchester, 20 loads 24 ft. at 4d. the man, 5s. 8d.
To 10 labourers for taking up planks that came from Deptford, at 3d. the man, 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £14 3s.
Sum total of the week £21 7s. 6d.

537. [f. 431v] 27 July
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage-tolls
Received of Mr Temple, the king's fletcher, for certain old timber and shells of oak, 12s.
Received of Mistress Hylles towards the new making of a stall in her house, 9s.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet 3s. 4d. Tomson 3s. 4d. Arnold 4s. (Fyld 3s. 4d.) Heynes 3s. 4d. Jeffrey Orgar 2s. 9d. upon the arch aforesaid.
Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Cockes pt 4s. Cockes the elder 2s. 8d. Browne senior 2s. 8d. Henry Godfrey 2s. 8d. Browne junior 2s. 8d. Leonard Holmes 2s. 8d. Inglydwe 2s. 8d. Pasmer (2s. 8d.) Palmer 2s. 8d.
Thomas Browne 16d. John Provest 2s. 8d. John Pasmer 2s. Simon Cockes 20d. in the waterworks and upon the frame for Simon Lawes' house.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 5 hundred, 5s. 5d. Horton 2½ hundred, 2s. 8d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
Shoutman. Shoutman 3s. 4d. [sic]
Bricklayers. Swenson 2s. 8d. Chorleton [blank]. Labourers. Nevell 20d.
Hogett 20d. Thomas Grene 5d.
Daubers. Monkest [blank]. Labourer, John Tursett [blank]
Labourers. John Smyth 20d. Thomas Alen 10d. Whythed 20d. Tanner 20d. Sherman 20d. (Nevell) John Cloworth 20d.
[Total] of this page £4 18s. (4d.) 9d.
[f. 432] To Robert Gold for the gibbet gin for (4) 3 tides driving piles in the starling aforesaid, lacking one man 2 [tides] 16s. 6d.
To John Clerke, pewterer, for 2 fother of lead at £4 6s. 8d. the fother, in all £8 13s. 4d.
To Richard Olyver in part payment for carriage of elm timber from Petham Court at 16d. the load, 20s.
To Robert Nelson, glazier, in full payment of 2 bills, £6 5s. 4½d.
To Thomas Alen for water carriage of a drove of elm timber from Dartford, 12s. 8d.
To John Modell of Reigate for 1 load of Reigate stone for beketts for loads mouthes [?] 2s., for 1 load of border with 4s. for scappling 6s., and for carriage of the same 7s., in all 15s.
To 13 labourers for taking up a fare of timber that came by drove from Dartford at 5d. the man, 5s. 5d.
To John Bygges for holing a millstone for the mill at Stratford called Tomson's mill, 3s. 4d.
[Total] of this page £18 11s. 7½d.
Sum total of the week £23 10s. 4½d.

538. [f. 432v] 3 August
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage-tolls
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld [blank]. Heron (4) Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. upon the arch aforesaid.
Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Browne junior 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. John Provest 4s. John Palmer 4s. William Wynter 4s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
Cockes pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Pasmer 4s. John Pasmer 4s. Thomas Browne 4s. in repairs at Mr Lewes' house.
Sawyers. Flynt slit 7 hundred, 7s. 7d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
Shoutman. Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 4s. Labourers. Nevell (3s.) 2s. 6d. James Jacson 2s. 6d. Thomas Alen 2s. 6d. at the Crown in Southwark.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 2s. 8d. La[bourers]. John Turfyld 20d.
Labourers. Smyth 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s.
6d. Clowerth 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £6 11s. 9d.
[f. 433] To Robert Gold for the gibbet gin for 6 tides, driving piles at the starling aforesaid, except there lacked 1 man for 3 tides, 34s. 3d.
To John Carter of Colchester, carpenter, in part payment of a greater sum for oak timber bought of him by Laurence at 7s. the load, 55 [ft.] to every load, £10.
To Thomas Alen, shoutman, by bill, 20d.
To him for 21 men for 5 tides for heaving out of boats at 1d. the man, 21d.
To him for 10 men for loading and unloading 5 boats of chalk and placing the same, at 4s. 2d., for 6 men for unloading 3 boats of chalk, 18d., and for 3 men for 4 tides in placing chalk at the bridge, at 3d. the man per tide, 3s., in all 8s. 8d.
To 10 labourers for taking up 20 loads of oak timber that came from Colchester at 50 ft. to every load, at 4d. the man, in all 3s. 4d.
To Thomas Mason by the hands of his wife, for carriage of 3 loads of rubbish from Mr Medley's in Wood Street at 2½d. the load, 7½d.
[Total] of this page £12 9s. 2½d.
Sum total of the week £19 11½d.

539. [f. 433v] 10 August
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage-tolls
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet 4s. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heron 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d.
Carpenters. Robert Gold 4s. Browne senior 4s. Cockes the elder 4s.
Henry Godfrey 4s. Browne junior 4s. Palmer 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s.
Thomas Browne 4s. John Provest 4s. William Wynter 3s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. in the waterworks and in repairs in divers places.
Cockes pt 4s. Inglydwe 4s. Pasmer 4s. John Pasmer 4s.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 7½ hundred, 8s. 1d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers]. Swenson 4s. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 6d. James Jacson 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 4s. Labourers. John Turfett 2s. 6d. at the Angel, Bishops[gate]
Labourers. Smyth (4s.) 2s. 6d. Roger Whythed 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. Cloworth 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £7 2s. 5d.
[f. 434] To Robert Gold for the gibbet gin for 6 tides, driving piles in the starling aforesaid, except there lacked 1 man for 1 tide, 33s. 9d.
To [blank] Brygges, wharfinger to Mr Forman, for holing a millstone for Tomson's mill, 3s. 4d.
To Richard Amberous in part payment of a greater sum for a bargain of oak timber bought at Water Okyng, 20s.
To 4 labourers for taking up 7 loads and 17 ft. of oak timber that came from Mr Ambrose, 8d.
[Total] of this page 57s. 9d.
Sum total of the week, £10 2d.

540. [f. 434v] 17 August
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage-tolls
Received of Thomas Bayly, grocer, for 8 ft. of elm, 20d.
Received for an old piece of Reigate stone, 6d.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet 4s. Thomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. in apparelling stone for the arch aforesaid.
Carpenters. Robert Gold 4s. Cockes pt the elder 4s. Browne senior (4s.) 3s. 4d. Henry Godfrey 3s. 4d. Browne junior 3s. 4d. Leonard Holmes 3s. 4d. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
Cockes pt 4s. Inglydwe 3s. 4d. Robert Pasmer 3s. 4d. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. in repairs.
Thomas Browne 3s. 4d. Palmer 3s. 4d. at the Angel in Bishopsgate.
John Provest 3s. 4d. William Wynter 2s. 6d. at the Lock bridge on a pale in Clerks' close.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 3 hundred, 3s. 3d. Horton slitting 4 hundred, 4s. 4d. 7s. 7d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 3s. 4d. Chorleton [blank] Labourers. Nevell 2s.
1d. Hogett 2s. 1d. Thomas Grene 2s. 1d.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest 3s. 4d. Labourer. John Tursett 2s. 1d.
Labourers. John S. 2s. 1d. Whythed 2s. 1d. Tanner 2s. 1d. Sherman 2s.
1d. Cloworth 2s. 1d.
[Total] of this page £5 8s. 9d.
[f. 435] To Robert Gold for the gibbet gin for 5 tides, driving piles in the starling aforesaid, lacking 1 tide, 28s. 1d.
Paid to Andrew Morrez for wharfage of 2 millstones, 2s., for cranage and portage of the same, 2s. 8d., 4s. 8d.
Paid to Thomas Whyte of Stratford, master wheelwright, for mending the wheels that carried the same stones, 20d.
Paid to Richard Ambrose, carpenter, in full payment for 7 loads and 17 ft. of oak timber that came from Water Okyng at 6s. 8d. the load, 28s. 1d.
Paid to Thomas Devell for cleansing a piece of a sewer on the backside of the Crown in Southwark, 20d.
Paid to the churchwardens of St Nicholas Shambles for a quarter ended at Midsummer, 25s.
[Total] of this page £4 9s. 2d.
Sum total of the week, £10 17s. 11d.

541. [f. 435v] 24 August
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage-tolls
Received of a stranger for making fast his ship and breaking his way against the wharf, 8d.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet [blank]. Thomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s.
Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. upon the arch aforesaid.
Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 3s. 4d. Browne senior 3s. 4d.
Henry Godfrey 3s. 4d. Leonard Holmes 3s. 4d. Browne junior 3s. 4d.
Simon Cockes 2s. 1d. in the waterworks.
Cockes pt 4s. Inglydwe 3s. 4d. Pasmer 3s. 4d. John Pasmer 2s. 6d. at Mr Lawes aforesaid.
Thomas Browne 3s. 4d. Robert Palmer 3s. 4d. at the Angel aforesaid.
John Provest 3s. 4d. William Wynter 2s. 6d. in repairs on the bridge at [sic]
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 7d. Horton slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 7d. 15s. 2d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 3s. 4d. Labourers. Nevell 2s. 1d. Jacson 2s. 1d.
Thomas Grene 2s. 1d.
Daubers. Thomas Monk' 3s. 4d. Labourer. John Turfett 2s. 1d.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 1d. Roger Whythed 2s. 1d. Tanner 2s. 1d.
Sherman 2s. 1d. Cloworth 20d.
[Total] of this page £6 11s. 11d.
[f. 436] To Robert Gold for the gibbet gin for [blank] tides, driving piles in the starling aforesaid, except [blank]
To Thomas Alen, shoutman, by bill, 4s. 7d.
To the said Thomas Alen for loading 3 boats of chalk in the Bridge House and unloading the same at the bridge, 2s. 6d.
To him for loading 4 boats of chalk stone at the Bridge House, 2s., for 3 men for 4 tides in placing chalk, 2s., in all 4s., 6s. 6d.
To Mistress Foster for carriage of 9 loads of timber and other into divers places in London at 4d. the load, 3s., and for 13 loads of like stuff to the bridge at 2d. the load, 2s. 2d., and for carriage of 14 loads of rubbish from her own house, 2s. 4d., in all 7s. 6d.
To John Browne for 6 men for 4 tides, making scaffolds for the gin to stand in at 3d. the tide, 6s.
To William Hughwett for taking up 2 oars, 2d.
To William Cockes senior for 2 tides, Browne senior for 2 tides, Henry Godfrey for 2 tides, Wynter for 2 tides, Simon Cockes for 2 tides, Leonard Holmes for 1 tide, Browne long [sic] for 1 tide, and Palmer for 1 tide, between them for 13 tides at 4d. the tide, in all 4s. 4d.
To John Cloworth for (1) 2 tides, William Tanner for 1 tide, and Roger Whytehed for 1 tide, between them for 4 tides at 3d. the tide, 12d.
To Robert Bentley of Maidstone in Kent for water carriage of 62 ft. of ogee [ooge] stone containing 7 tons, 7s.
[Total] of this page 37s. 1d.
Sum £8 9s.

542. [f. 436v] 31 August
Renter Fishmongers Butchers Passage-tolls
Received of the churchwardens of All Hallows the Great for 49 ft. of oak timber, 10s.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet [blank]. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heynes 4s.
Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s.
Browne senior 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. Browne junior 4s. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d. Palmer 4s. Cockes 4s. Inglydwe [4s. blotted]. Pasmer [4s. blotted]. John Pasmer 3s. Thomas Browne 4s. (John Provest 4s.) William Wynter 3s.
[Sawyers] Flynt slitting 3 hundred, 3s. 3d. Horton slitting 8½ hundred, 9s. 2d. 15s. 2d.
[Porter] Hughwet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swenson 4s. Chorleton [blank] [Labourers] Nevell 2s. 6d.
Hogett 2s. 6d. Grene 2s. 6d.
Daubers. Monkest [blank]. Labourer. John Turfett [blank].
Labourers. John S. 2s. 6d. Whythed 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. John Cloworth 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £5 15s.
[f. 437] To Robert Gold for the gibbet gin, driving piles in the starling aforesaid, except there lacked 2 men for 1 tide, in all 5 tides, 27s. 10d.
To William Nevell by the hands of [blank] for carriage of 9 loads of rubbish from the Angel in Bishopsgate Street, 18d.
[Total] of this page 29s. 4d.
Sum total of the week, £8 4s. 4d.

543. [f. 437v] 7 September
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage-tolls 20s.
Received of the churchwardens of All Hallows the Great for the relyns [sic; ?relief] of a gin to hang their bells, 2s.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger 12d.
Masons. Bennet [blank]. Tomson 4s. Arnold 4s. Fyld 4s. Heron 4s.
Jeffrey Orgar (4) 3s. 6d. in apparelling hardstone.
Carpenters. Gold pt 4s. Cockes the elder 4s. Browne senior 4s. Leonard Holmes 4s. Henry Godfrey 4s. Browne junior 4s. Simon Cockes (4) 2s. 6d. in the waterworks.
Cockes 4s. Inglydwe (4) 3s. 4d. Pasmer (4) 2s. 8d. John Pasmer 3s.
Thomas Browne 4s. John Palmer 4s. John Provest 4s. William Wynter 3s. on the house aforesaid.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 5 hundred, 5s. 5d. Boards 11d. Horton 2½ hundred, 2s. 8d. (13s. 11d.) 9s. 1d.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
Shoutman. Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Bricklayers. Swenson 4s. Chorleton [blank] [Labourers] Nevell 2s. 6d.
Jacson 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d.
Daubers. Thomas Monkest [blank]. Labourer. John Tursytt [blank].
Labourers. John Smyt 2s. 6d. Roger Whytehed 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d.
Tanner 2s. 6d. Cloworth 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £6 10s. 11d.
[f. 438] To Mr Ambrose in full payment for 7 loads and 30 ft. of oak timber delivered at the Bridge House at 6s. 8d. the load, 50s. 7d.
To the shoutman by bill, 2s. 11d.
To the shoutman for 4 labourers for loading 3 boats of chalk, 12d., for unloading of the same at the bridge, 9d., in all 21d.
To Robert Gold for the gibbet gin for 6 tides, driving piles in the starling aforesaid, 34s.
To William Cockes, John Browne, Henry Godfrey, Palmer, and Simon Cockes, each of them for 1 tide at 4d., 20d.
To Roger Whythed for 1 tide, William Tanner for 1 tide, John Southgate for 1 tide, at 3d., 9d.
To 8 men for taking up 19 loads and 30 ft. of oak timber at 4d. the man, 2s. 8d., and for taking up 7 loads and 30 ft., 16d., in all 4s.
To 2 labourers at the five-man beetle for 2 tides 12d., to 1 man for 1 tide 3d., 15d.
To 8 labourers for heaving [halfing] planks into the storehouse at 2 sundry times, 4s.
[Total] of this page 100s. 11d.
Sum total of the week £11 11s. 10d.

544. [f. 438v] 14 September
Renter £8 Fishmongers Butchers Passage-tolls
Received of Mr Maire, clerk of the king's ships, for 18 loads of oak timber taken from Croydon, £4 10s.
Received of Doctor Smyth for 4 loads and 21 ft. of oak timber, 37s. 6d.
Three chaplains 7s. 6d. Five clerks 10s. Roger 12d.
Masons. Bennet [blank]. Tomson 3s. 6d. Arnold 3s. 6d. Fyld 3s. 6d.
Heynes 3s. 6d. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d.
[Carpenters]. Gold pt 3s. 6d. Cockes the elder 3s. 6d. Browne senior 3s. 6d. Leonard Holmes 3s. 6d. Henry Godfrey 3s. 6d. Palmer 3s. 6d.
Thomas Browne 3s. 6d. John Browne 3s. 6d. Simon Cockes 2s. 6d.
Cockes pt 3s. 6d. Inglydwe 3s. 6d. Pasmer 3s. 6d. John Pasmer 3s.
John Provest 3s. 6d. Wynter 3s. 6d.
[Sawyers]. Flynt slitting 7 hundred, 7s. 7d.
[Porter]. Hughwet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers]. Swenson 3s. 6d. Chorleton [blank] [Labourers] Nevell 2s. 6d. Jacson 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d.
[Daubers]. Monkest [blank]. Labourers. John Tursytt [blank].
[Labourers] John S. 2s. 6d. Roger Whythed 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d.
Sherman 2s. 6d. Cloworth 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page £6 2s. 11d.
[f. 439] To Richard Ambrose in full payment for 7 loads and 37 ft. of oak timber, 51s. 8d.
Paid for the obit of John Clifford kept at St Olave's, 13s. 4d.
To Robert Gold for the gibbet gin for 4 tides, driving piles in the starlings aforesaid, lacking 1 man, 22s. 5d.
To 16 men for taking up elm timber, planks, and boards, 7s. 6d.
Item for 1 man at the five-man beetle for 1 tide, 3d.
For the steeling of 3 augers 18d., for steeling of an adze 6d., and for 1 new adze 12d., 3s.
To Thomas Alen for 4 men for fetching elm timber from Dartford by drove, 9s., and to 2 men for loading the same timber for 2 days, 2s., 11s.
To children for singing in the chapel on St Thomas's day, 20d.
To 2 labourers for labouring in bringing a boat to Deptford for one whole night, 8d.
To Richard Rooding for paving 10 toises in Friday Street at (10) 8d. the toise, 5s. 10d.
To 7 labourers for taking up 7 loads of oak timber, 14d.
(To William Cockes the elder for 16 men for taking up timber, 7s. 6d., for one for 1 tide at the five-man beetle, 3d., for steeling 3 augers 18d., and for steeling of [an] adze 6d., and for 1 new adze 12d., in all 10s. 9d.)

545. [f. 439v] 21 September
Renter £8. Fishmongers butchers passage-tolls.
Received of the beadle of the bridge for certain stands in the wide rooms at a fair, 14d.
Received of Roland Edwards, clothworker, for his quarter's rent of the tenement that he now dwells in in Cheapside from the Annunciation of Our Lady to Midsummer, because it was not finished, £4.
[Three chaplains] 7s. 6d. [Five clerks] 10s. [Roger] 12d.
[margin, in Latin: <Here begins the new order of the mayor and aldermen>]
[Masons] Bennet [blank]. Tomson (3s. 6d.) 21d. Arnold 3s. 6d. Fyld 3s. 6d. Heynes 3s. 6d. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d.
[Carpenters] Gold pt 3s. 6d. Cockes the elder (3s. 6d.) 2s. 11d. Browne senior (3s.) 2s. 11d. Leonard Holmes 2s. 11d. Browne junior 2s. 11d. Henry Godfrey 2s. 11d. Palmer 2s. 11d. Cockes pt 2s. 11d. Inglydwe 2s. 11d. Pasmer 2s. 11d. John Pasmer 2s. (1d.) 11d. Thomas Browne 2s. 11d. John Provest 2s. 11d. Wynter 2s. 6d.
[Sawyers] Flynt slitting 5½ hundred, 5s. 11d. Board a hundred 12d.
Horton 5½ hundred (6s.) 5s. 11d. (13s.) 12s. 10d.
[Porter] Hughwet 2s.
[Shoutman] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
[Bricklayers] Swenson (3) 2s. 11d. Chorleton [blank] [Labourers]
Thomas Grene 2s. 1d. Nevell 2s. 1d. Jacson 2s. 1d.
[Daubers] Thomas Mon' 2s. 11d. Labourers. John Turfyd 2s. 1d.
[Labourers] John Smyth 2s. 1d. Roger Whythed 2s. 1d. Tanner 2s. 1d.
Sherman 2s. 1d. Cloworth 2s. 1d.
[Total] of this page £6 3d.
[f. 440] To Robert Gold for driving piles in the starling aforesaid for 3 tides, 17s.
To Mistress Foster for carriage of 9 loads of (rubbish) <tile stone> [tygul stone] from the bridge into divers places of the city, 3s., and for 6 loads carried from the bridge and to the bridge at 2d. the load, 12d., in all 4s.
To Tomson, Bennett, Arnold, and Fyld, masons, for steeling their tools for 3 quarters of a year at 12d. the man, in all 3s.
To Thomas Alen, shoutman, by bill 4s. 9d.
To Philip Miller for 3 loads of sand, 15d.
To him for carriage of timber, boards and other from Deptford to Lewisham, containing 8 loads at 4d., 2s. 8d.
To Tanner, Wynter, and Cloworth for carriage of 1 boat[load] of timber, boards and other from the Bridge House to Deptford for 1 night at 4d. the man, 12d.
To a blacksmith of Lambeth, 1,000 sixpenny nails, 5s., and 1,000 fourpenny nails English, 3s. 4d., 8s. 4d.
To John Goose for 21 ft. of lattice for a tenement at the Minories at 2¾d. [the foot], in all 4s. 9¾d.
[Total] of this page 46s. 9¾d.
Sum total of the week £8 7s. ¾d.

546. [f. 440v] 28 September
Renter £30 Fishmongers £5 Butchers £6 19s. 10d. Passage-tolls 20s.
Received of William Cockes the elder for an elm board 9 ft. long, 4d., of Leonard Holmes for a small piece of elm timber, 3d., 7d.
Received of Richard Bradbury, saddler, for the income of a tenement in Newgate market, late Kellett's, 5s.
Received of William Sutteley, merchant tailor, for the income into a tenement late Johnson's in the prin[cipal] east [part of the bridge], 40s.
Three chaplains 10s. Five clerks 10s. Roger Robyns 12d.
Masons. Bennet [blank]. Heron 3s. 6d. Jeffrey Orgar 3s. 6d. apparelling [blank]
Carpenters. Gold 3s. 6d. William Cockes 3s. 6d. Browne senior 3s. 6d. Henry Godfrey 3s. 6d. Leonard Holmes 3s. 6d. Simon Cockes 2s.
6d. John Browne 3s. 6d. Palmer 3s. 6d. in the waterworks and mill at Stratford.
Cockes pt 3s. 6d. Inglydwe 3s. 6d. Pasmer 3s. 6d. John Pasmer 3s. at Lawes' house.
John Provest 3s. 6d. William Wynter 3s. Thomas Browne 7d. in repairs at Deptford.
Sawyers. Flynt slitting 4 hundred, 4s. 4d. Board 3 hundred 3s. Horton slitting 6½ hundred, 7s.
Porter. Hughwet 2s.
Shout[man] Thomas Alen 3s. 4d.
Brick[layers] Swenson 3s. 6d. Chorleton [blank] Labourers. Nevell 2s.
6d. Jacson 2s. 6d. Thomas Grene 2s. 6d. at Deptford.
[Daubers] Thomas Mon 3s. 6d. Labourer. John Turfyt 2s. 6d. at Deptford.
Labourers. John Smyth 2s. 6d. Roger Whythed 2s. 6d. Tanner 2s. 6d. Sherman 2s. 6d. Cloworth 2s. 6d.
[Total] of this page 24s. 9d.
[f. 441] To Robert Gold for the gibbet gin, driving piles in the starling aforesaid, for 6 tides at 5s. 8d. the tide, 34s.
In expenses for the obit of Christian Mallyng kept at St Mary Woolchurch, 20s.
To John Orgar, mason, by bill, 117s. 10d.
Expenses of the masters this week to Deptford, 12d.
To Thomas Cooke of Addington in Kent by Richard Maunsell for 600 corner [cornell] tiles at 2s. 8d. the hundred, 16s.
To the said John Orgar, chief mason of the bridge, for this quarter's fee, 50s.
To the said 3 priests and 6 clerks for Placebo [and Dirige] 3s.
To John Ferres for his quarter's fee and singing bread, 5s. 2d.
To Ralph Willott for 60 pints of Gascon wine spent within the chapel, 5s.
To Nicholas Hacker for 9 gallons and 1 pottle of lamp oil, 9s. 6d.
To Thomas Peverell for battering 47 dozen of masons' tools at 1½d. the dozen, 5s. 10½d.
To the wife of William Tanner for washing the chapel stuff this quarter, 12d.
To Hughwett's wife for weeding the garden this quarter. 2s.
To Richard Buckerell of Deptford for [words not clear] 9 lb. of rope for buckets, 4s.
To Richard Amborous, master carpenter of the Bridge House, 50s.
To Laurence for his quarter's fee, 50s.
[Total] of this page £18 4s. 4½d.
Sum total of the week £24 1½d.
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547. [f. 442] Payments made after Michaelmas for the preceding year.
2 October. First paid to the parson of Woolchurch for the tithe of the Stocks, 13s. 4d.
To the masters for a repast made for the mayor, auditors, and certain common councilmen, over and above their old allowances, 110s. 7d.
To William Einerygor, one of the chaplains, by commandment of my lord mayor, for his wages for 13 weeks to end at Christmas next, and in recompense for his discharge 2s. 6d., 32s. 6d.
To Michelson, Vyncent, William Brys' and Stephen Robson, clerks, for their wages by the same commandment, for 13 weeks at 2s. each a week, 104s.
To Roger Robyns for 13 weeks at 12d. a week, 13s.
To John Carter of Colchester in full payment for 80 loads of oak timber delivered by him at the Bridge House, at 55 ft. [the load], £8.

548. 12 October. To a chantry priest of Paul's for a quit-rent due at M[ichaelmas], 2s. 6d.
To the master and convent of St Thomas of Acre, for a quit-rent due at Michaelmas, (3s.) <4s.>
To the prioress of St Helen's for a quit-rent due at Michaelmas last, (3s. 4d.) <13s. 4d.>
To the chamberlain of Westminster Abbey for a quit-rent due at Michaelmas last past, 10s.
To the wardens of St Ethelburga [Albryht] within Bishopsgate, for a quit-rent due at Michaelmas, 33s. 4d.
To Jeffrey Haryson for 16 loads of sand, 8s. 6d., for 17 loads of loam, 5s. 8d., and for 10 loads of gravel, 3s. 4d., delivered at sundry places in London, 17s. 6d.
To him for carriage of 12 loads of rubbish from the Stocks at 2½d., 2s. 6d., and for 1 load of bricks from the Stocks, 4d., in all 2s. 10d.
To John Baynton, grocer, for a year's rent ended at [sic], 4s.

549. 21 October. To Johnson, bailiff of Deptford, for a quit-rent yearly from lands in Deptford and Deptford marsh, for a year ended at Michaelmas, 10s. 6d.
To Richard Olyvere of Deptford in full payment for carriage of 74 [loads] of oak timber from Petham Court in Kent to Deptford at 16d. the load, and for carriage of 31 loads of tallwood and billets at 12d. the load, 29s. 8d., for the coming over a man's ground 2s., and mending of our gin 16d., in all 33s.
[Total] of this page £27 13s. 5d.

550. [f. 442v] 26 October 2 November [sic]
To the wharfinger of Deptford for wharfage of 74 loads of timber elm and for 31 loads of tallwood and faggots, 7s. 11d.
To Mr Mustham for a quit-rent by acquittance, 3s. 10d.
To Butler for carriage of 2 loads of timber from Croydon, 4s. 8d.

551. 2 November. To Thomas Alen for 3 men for 5 days and 5 nights away at Dartford, fetching elm timber by drove at 9d. each for the night and day, 11s. 3d.; to him for 3 men helping him to load the same timber at 2 several times, 3s. 11d.; to him for going 3 several times to Petham Court to see the sawyers and to pay them, 2s. 6d. and to him for his charges for twice going there for timber as aforesaid, 2s. 8d.; and for his charges in going to Croydon to see boards, 8d., in all 21s.

552. 5 November. To William Sharpeharowe, blacksmith, for sundry sorts of iron work and other, by bill, £10 14s. 8½d.
To Richard Roberts, plumber, for sundry things by bill [blank]
To (5) <11> labourers for taking up a fare of timber that came from Dartford, at 5d. the man, in all 4s. 7d.
To Henry Knyght of Knights Hill, for 46,000 tiles at 4s. 8d. the thousand, £10 14s. 8d.

553. 9 November. To the King's grace as in the right of the late monastery of St Faith's in Horsham, co. Norfolk, for a quit-rent due at Michaelmas last, 3s.
To Richard Roberts, plumber, in part payment of 3 bills, £4.
To William Stephyns for 4 barrels of pitch at 5s. 4d. the barrel, 21s. 4d., and for 4 hundred 17 lb. of rosin at 4s. the hundred, 16s. 8d., for wharfage of the same ware [where] 1d., and for 2 oars 3s., in all 41s. 1d.

554. 9 November. To the churchwardens of St Nicholas Shambles for a quarter ended at [sic], 25s.

555. 12 November. To John Cheseman, esquire, for a quit-rent due to the King's grace at Michaelmas last, for certain lands lying in Lewisham, 15s. 6d.
To Thomas Nelson, glazier, for certain works done by him, as appears by his bill, 7s. 3½d.

556. 13 November. To the King's grace for a quit-rent from certain lands in St George's field, late belonging to Bermondsey Abbey, 14s. 10d.

557. 16 November. To the chamberlain of London for a quit-rent, 12s.
To my lord of Canterbury for a quit-rent, 5s. 2d.
To the masters churchwardens of St Olave's, 26s. 8d.

558. 19 November. To the prioress of the Minoresses for a quit-rent, 20s.
To the king's grace as in the right of the monastery of Stratford, 32s.

559. 27 November. To Stephen Parat of Deptford for 20 boats of chalk, each boat containing 12 tons at 6d. the ton, £6.

560. 30 November. To Richard Roberts, plumber, in full payment of 4 bills, except that 9s. 10d. was deducted from the first bill, £4 16s. 6½d.

561. 4 December. To Mr Caudwell for his year's fee, 13s. 4d.

562. 7 December. To the abbot of Tower Hill and for learned counsel, £42.

563. 10 December. To the duke of Norfolk, the earl of Derby, and lord Bergavenny, 16d.

564. 13 December. To the bailiff of Lewisham for a quit-rent from lands called the brughous, 3s.
[Total] of this page £93 12s. ½d.

565. [f. 443] 15 December. Paid to Hugh Brampson, brickburner, for 11½ thousand bricks, received of him by Swenson at sundry places in the city, the bridge and Southwark, between Easter and Michaelmas last, at 4s. 8d. the thousand, 53s. 8d.

566. 18 December. To the said wardens for their quarter's wages, to each £6 13s. 4d., £13 6s. 8d.
To them for their horses for the same year, £4.
To Richard Bryn by bill, £6 13s. 4d.

567. 4 January [1539]. To the dean and chapter of Pauls' for a quit-rent due at Michaelmas last, 19s.
To the prior of St Mary Overey for a quit-rent due for 3 years ended at Michaelmas last, at 3s. 6d. the year, in all 10s. 6d.

568. 9 January. To William Porter of Weybridge for 8,000 planks and 3,300 quarterboard at 2s. 2d. the hundred, in all £12 6d.
[Total] of this page £28 3s.
Sum total of the payments after Michaelmas (£149 8s. 5½d.) <£161 8s. 11½d.>
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569. [f. 444]
Receipts after Michaelmas [1538] for the preceding year
5 October. Received of Richard Maunsell £8.
13 October. Received of Richard Maunsell £8.
13 October. Received of William Gaston of Lambeth for the rent of a granary in Golders yard for half a year ended at Lammas last, 10s.
17 October. Received of John a Wood for the passage of carts, 20s.
19 October. Received of Richard Maunsell £8.
26 October. Received of Richard Maunsell £8.
16 November. Received of Mr Moore in full payment for certain timber, 2s.
30 November. Received of John a Wood for passage 20s.
7 December. Received of John a Wood for passage 20s.