Petty Custom Account 1480-1: Imports
Aug - Sept 1481 (nos 197-215)

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1990

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'Petty Custom Account 1480-1: Imports: Aug - Sept 1481 (nos 197-215)', The overseas trade of London: exchequer customs accounts: 1480-1 (1990), pp. 70-75. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=36077 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Aug - Sept 1481 (nos 197-215)

197. 28 Aug. From the ship of James Spisholt called Reynold of Danzig Roger van Feld, H, 7½ lasts tar, 18 lasts 3 brls. ashes, 2 lasts 11 brls. pitch, 7 wide brls. train oil, 3 nests of counters, 500 wainscots, 2 great C. clapholt, 5 packs flax, £74 15s.

Hans Stut, H, 3 C. 8 bowstaves, £6

3 straws of wax weight 30 quintals

Herman Overcamp, H, 2 packs flax and candle-wick, 5 lasts 10 brls. tar, 5 lasts 10 brls. ashes, £15 13s.4d.

Peter Eksted, H, 4 packs flax, £16

3 straws of wax weight 30 quintals

Gerard Lesbern, H, 14 brls. osmund, 4½ packs flax, £16 13s.4d.

1 straw of wax weight 8 quintals

Tylman Barkys, H, 10 lasts ashes, 13 wide brls. train oil, 2 packs flax, 3½ lasts tar, £34 10s.

Herman Plough, H, 2 packs flax, 2 lasts 4 brls. tar, 2 lasts 4 brls. pitch, £12 13s.4d.

1 straw of wax weight 7 quintals

Matthew Hynkylman, H, 2 packs flax, 2 lasts 4 brls. pitch, 2 nests of counters, 2 nests of coffers, 7 shocks of trenchers, £13 6s.8d.

Hillibrand van Vuno, H, 1 straw of wax weight 8 quintals

Paul Kortume, H, 1 last pitch, 2½ lasts tar, 3 chests flax, 4 nests of chests, 2 pullets, 6 stools, 23 codfish, 2½ doz. pepper querns, ½ doz. rests, 14 bales flax, 40 nests of bits, 200 sheaths for swords, 2 ropes of amber, 60 [S painted] wooden platters, 2 counters, 1 fur of squirrel, £9 3s.4d.

198. 30 Aug. From the ship of Nicholas Barbour called Kateryn of Fowey

Laurence Grylle, A, 7 hhds. dates, £17 10s.

Nicholas Lomelyn', A, 30 bales dates each weighing 1½ C. lbs., £20

Jeronimo Imary, A, 1 bale Spanish grain weight 336 lbs., £16 16s.8d.

John Ambros de Nigron', A, 1 bale Seville grain weight 150 lbs., £8 8s.4d.

199. 30 Aug. From the ship of Datleff Salman called Nicholus of Hamburg

Ludeke Lowe, H, 48 lasts stockfish, 7 lasts salt staplefish, 22 brls. salt fish, 2 narrow brls. train oil, £434

200. 3 Sept. From the ship of John Chamachio called Sancta Maria of Cadiz

Frank Justynyan', A, 581 bales woad, £387 6s.8d.

Laurence Grylle, A, 30 bales woad, 17 small [S brls.] saltpetre weight 30 C. lbs., £54

Barnabas Centuryon, A, 178 bales woad, £118 13s.4d.

Gabriel Furnarius, A, 192 bales woad, £128

Anthony Salvage and Nicholas Lomelyn', As, 1 bale woad, 40 sacks alum each sack weight. 3 C. lbs., £30 13s.4d.

Peter John Grylle, A, 50 bales woad, £33 6s.8d.

John Ambros de Nigron', A, 2 C. 68 [S 2 C. 78] bowstaves, £4 10s.

Anthony de Sarro, A, 105 bales woad, £70

201. 3 Sept. From the ship of Robert Laverok called Edward of Fowey Barnabas Centuryon, A, 26 tuns oil, 24 cases sugar, 1 bale grain of Portugal weight 100 lbs., £144

202. 3 Sept. From the ship of Peter Everdyk called Jamys of Middelburg

Ingyll' Huson, A, 250 wainscots, 1 pack flax, 1,000 paving-tiles, 5 lasts ashes, £14 13s.4d.

203. 3 Sept. From the ship of John Buk called Mary Gaske of Saltash Anthony Salvage, A, 65 bales dates each weighing 1½ C. lbs., £60

Laurence Grille, A, 4 pipes 24 hhds. dates, £70

Nicholas Caretto, A, 1 pipe 5 brls. 40 bales dates, £64 10s.

1 bale wax cont. 1½ quintals

Catayne Furner', A, 1 small sack Spanish grain weight 60 lbs., £3

204. 3 Sept. From the ship of Anthony Brabander called George of Middelburg

Said master, A, 4,000 paving-tiles, 4 brls. flax weight 2 C. lbs., 1 last 3 brls. tar, £4 18s.4d.

John Vandermaste, A, 1 basket with 2 C. lbs. packthread, 2 brls. white and black plate, 1 bale paper, 1 grs. spurs, £4 10s.

Henry Watkyns, A, 1 basket with 3 old feather-beds, 2 coverlets, 1 tick, 33s.4d.

James Fleet, A, 1 dry pipe with 21 images of the Blessed Mary, 24 [S small] round cushions, £3 ls.8d.

Walter Richard, A, 6 small copper kettles, 1 elk skin, 1 brl. with 10 doz. 9 goat skins, 5 great elk skins, £3

Lambert Crome, A, 1 bag with 11 pcs. lawn, £5 10s.

Hugh Florens, A, 1 brl. with 5 pcs. Holland cont. 76 ells, ½ C. Irish lamb [? skins], 1 fur of 'bolt' wombs, 51s.8d.

John Clays, A, 2 bags with C. lbs. flax, 1 feather-bed, 16s.8d.

John Symson, A, 4 lasts ashes, £4

John Willyams, A, 1 brl. with 17 pcs. Zeeland [S linen cloth] cont. 104 ells, 45s.

John Duke, A, 1 basket with [S 2] sacks feathers, 4 ticks, 1 pc. diaper cont. 22 ells, 51s.8d.

Matthew Hynkylman, H, 4 vats flax, £16

Peter Eksted, H, 1 straw of wax weight 9 quintals

John Salmer, H, 2 'bassherons' battery, £20

John Sewyk, H, 1 last soap, 22 C. 1 qr. stockfish, £28

Roger van Feld, H, 3 rolls Herford, 1 pack flax, £40

Godfrey van Beston, H, 3 rolls Osnabrück linen cloth, £36

Hans Culle, H, 1 pack flax, £4

2 straws of wax weight 18 quintals

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Herman Plough, H, 1 pack flax, £4

Henry Lathuson, H, 3 packs cont. 22 C. ells soultwich, 10 C. ells pickling, £43

William Scapehuson, H, 1 pack with candle-wick, £4

William Grenewolt, H, 2 packs flax, £8

Tylman Barkys, H, 1 hhd. with 82½ timbers grey [S £27 10s.], 9 firkins 16 octaves (fn. 1) dole [S stub] eels [S £6 16s.8d.], £34 6s.8d.

205. 3 Sept. From the ship of John Lokyngton called Jesus of London (fn. 2) Harmews de Sondevile, A, 8 saws, 1 pipe 1 brl. with 300 eyelet pins, 2 doz. marking irons [S and 2 doz. souter's irons], 2 doz. key-bands, 2½ doz. butchers' irons, 1 doz. fishing and marking hooks, 3 doz. compasses, 1 doz. pincers, 2 doz. nutcrackers, 2 doz. patten knives, (fn. 3) 1 doz. dossals ('dusshels'), 3 coopers' axes, 5 cappers' shears, 1 habergeon, 5½ doz. brushes, 4 lbs. raw yarn, 3 bowyers' knives, 6 cheeses, 9 mirrors, 2,500 teazles, 1 doz. 3 painted cloths, 1 doz. paring knives, 19 worsted caps, 8 sewers' [S sawyers'] shears, 1 pc. Brabant cont. 34 ells, £5 15s.

Lewis van Demers, A, 4,500 teazles, 23s.4d.

John Dussher, A, 9 doz. skins of diverse colours, 1 chest with 5 doz. knives, 3½ doz. double and 6½ doz. single bonnets, 16 doz. skins of diverse colours, 16 coffers, 24 doz. pen-cases, 4½ doz. daggers, 5 pcs. Holland [S Hainault linen cloth] cont. 104 ells, £9 10s.

Tylman Barkys, H, 1 straw of wax weight 11 quintals

206. 3 Sept. From the ship of Clays Henrykson called Barbara of Middelburg

Said master, A, 1,500 [S 2,500] paving-tiles, 3 bags feathers weight 1½ C. lbs., 25 boards for shoemakers, £3 11s.8d.

John Vandermaste, A, 1 hhd. with 6 doz. pouches, 3 doz. locks, 1 grs. playing cards, 3 grs. pen-cases [S 2 grs. pen-cases, 1 grs. ink-horns], 56s.8d.

William Keteler, A, 2½ lasts pitch, 150 wainscots, 1 basket with 2 C. 52 lbs. flax, £6 8s.4d.

John Demewre, A, 1 chest with 2 pcs. fustian, 1 remnant Flemish cont. 16 ells, 18 ells canvas, 12 lbs. flax, 2 lbs. yarn, 20s.

Nigel Berbruer, A, 1 pipe with 2 feather-beds, 1 pc. raw linen cloth cont. 28 ells, 30s.

Godfrey van Beyston, H, 6 sacks hemp, £9

John Salmer, H, 1 frail battery, £10

James van Werd, H, 2 lasts 11 brls. ashes, 3½ brls. 4 firkins sturgeon, £5 10s.

207. 3 Sept. From the ship of Robert Walcok called Leonard of London James Falk, A, 1 hhd. with 3 grs. jet beads, 6 grs. imitation mistletoe [? beads], 1 grs. spurs, 10 grs. musk balls, 3 pcs. Holland cont. 54 ells, 1 sack hemp, £5 13s.4d.

Edward Johnson, A, 1 hhd. 1 brl. with 10 doz. rings, 1 grs. horse bits, 2 grs. 4 doz. spurs, 1 doz. coffers, 2 doz. [S and 8] pot knives, 1 [S doz.] sheep's leather, 2 grs. 2 doz. pouches, 6 doz. gloves, 1 grs. knives, £9 3s.4d.

Arnold van Stalle, H, 1 maund with 27 pcs. Holland cont. 587 ells, £23

Roger van Feld, H, 2 rolls Osnabrück, 1 roll Herford, £36

John Salmer, H, 1 frail battery, £10

Hans Culle, H, 1 straw of wax weight 10 quintals

Godfrey van Beyston, H, 2½ rolls Osnabruck, £12

Edward Johnson, (fn. 4) A, 1 hhd. 1 brl. with 10 doz. rings, 1 grs. horse bits, 2 grs. 4 doz. spurs, 1 doz. coffers, 2 doz. 8 pot knives, 1 doz. sheep's leather, 2 grs. 2 doz. pouches, 6 doz. gloves, 1 grs. knives, £9 3s.4d.

208. 10 Sept. From the ship of Michael Mayre called Christofer of Antwerp

John Giles, A, 100 bundles brown paper, £3 6s.8d.

Bartholomew Spylman, A, 100 pointels weld, 600 paving-tiles, 1 basket with 6½ doz. 'yperling', £6 16s.8d.

Matthew Lothewekeson, A, 18 [S 8] brls. slip, 36s.8d.

John Kele, A, 2 sacks flax, £3

Edward Johnson, A, 1 brl. with filings, 2 brls. with 6 doz. mail sleeves, 27 doz. pins, £6 16s.8d.

George Tak, H, 1 vat Cologne woad, £6 13s.4d.

John Salmer, H, 1 pipe 1 basket [S 'basheron'] battery, £20

Martin Johnson, A, 3 sacks hops, £4 10s.

John Vandermaste, A, 1 hhd. with 12 doz. brushes, 20s.

209. 17 Sept. From the ship of John Blowmeard called George of Bergen-op-Zoom

Andrew Petirson, ½ M. garlic, 40s.

210. 24 Sept. From the ship of George Bras called Bere of Bergen-op-Zoom

James Williamson, A, 3 M. garlic, 1 sack flax, £11 10s.

Said master, A, 50 earthen stew pots, 3s.4d.

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211. 25 Sept. From the ship of John Tumour called Thomas of London Frank Savage, H, 1 frail 1 'bassheron' battery, £20

Peter Eksted, H, 2 packs flax, £8

212. 25 Sept. From the ship of William Philpot called Clement of Ratcliff ('Redclyf)

Peter Eksted, H, 2 packs flax, £8

Gerard Lesbern, H, 4 lasts 8 brls. ashes, 14 brls. pitch, £5 16s.8d.

Bourghgat Bussher, A, 1 last herring, ½ last tar, ½ brl. herring, 60 round maple bowls, £4 15s.

Herman Stale, A, 150 wainscots, £3

213. 27 Sept. From the ship of Cornelius Nese called Christofer of Middelburg

Gerard Lesbern, H, 2 lasts 4 brls. pitch, 4 packs flax, 1 fardel cont. 1 qr. flax, £18 16s.8d.

Gysbright Martynson, A, 1 bag with 48 doz. split hats, 16s.8d.

John Williamson, A, 1 feather-bed, 5s.

Herman Plough, H, 3 lasts ashes, 21 [S 11] brls. pitch, £4 15s.

William Grenewolt, H, 10 lasts pitch, £10

Said master, A, 2 bags with 2 C. lbs. flax, 1 qr. wainscots, 33s.4d.

214. 27 Sept. From the ship of Hugh Jacobisson called Christofer of Flushing

Said master, A, M. salt fish, 5 C. bunches garlic, 4 weys Berflete (fn. 5) ('barflet') salt, 200 earthen stewing pots, 1 brl. salt fish, ½ last pitch, £17

215. 27 Sept. From the ship of Cornelius Moche called Barbara of London

Michael Ciprian, A, 30 cases sugar weight 30 C. lbs., £45

Armews Somvyle, A, 2 pipes with teazles, 1 brl. soap, 1 small pack with 1 grs. gloves, 2 pairs sheets, 1 table glass, £4 13s.4d.

Said Michael Cyprian, A, 20 cases sugar weight 20 C. lbs., 5 cases broken sugar, £35

James Molen, A, 1 brl. with 19 doz. pouches, 5 spruce skins, £3 10s.

Stephen Blank, A, 1 brl. 1 bag with 1 pc. Flemish linen cloth cont. 18 ells, 50 pairs lasts for shoemakers, 6s.8d.

Nicholas Buke, A, 1 pipe 2 brls. with 34 doz. cards for wool, £8

Nicholas Riche, A, 1 pipe with 2 feather-beds, 20s.

John Badsard, A, 1 hhd. with 1,500 teazles, 10s.

John Dylle, A, 1 basket with 10 pcs. Holland linen cloth cont. 250 ells, £3 13s.4d.

Joys Clokemaker, A, 1 brl. 1 bag 2 vats with 12 doz. mirrors, 24 lbs. flax, 12 lbs. linen yarn, 2 feather-beds, 33s.4d.

Robert Waryng, A, 1 brl. 1 corf with 9 pcs. Flemish linen cloth cont. 200 ells [S 202], 1 pc. Holland cont. 23 [S 33] ells, 2 [S 1] table-cloths, 13 painted cloths, £4 5s.

Paul Coper, A, 2 chests 2 baskets with 5,000 teazles, 16 quires paper, 20s.

Said master, A, 8 C. scouring (fn. 6) tiles, 3s.4d.

These 27 rolls the aforesaid controller delivered here by his own hands on the third day of November in the 21 year of King Edward IV and took oath. (fn. 7)

Examined with the rolls of the surveyor and customers. (fn. 8)

Footnotes

1 The firkin was a quarter of a barrel and the octave presumably half this.
2 See also 621 below.
3 Knife used by pattenmakers to cut the wood for pattens.
4 Same entry as above, in another hand. Not repeated in S.
5 Fine quality salt for the table and dairy from either Berflete in Flanders or in Zealand (A. R. Bridbury, England and the Salt Trade in the later Middle Ages (Oxford, 1955), 116–17).
6 See above, 68.
7 In another (rougher) hand.
8 In an Exchequer hand. S 'examined with the rolls of the controller and customers'.