Petty Custom Account 1480-1: Exports
Sept - Oct 1480 (nos 216-268)

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'Petty Custom Account 1480-1: Exports: Sept - Oct 1480 (nos 216-268)', The overseas trade of London: exchequer customs accounts: 1480-1 (1990), pp. 76-81. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=36078 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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[EXPORTS]

Sept - Oct 1480 (nos 216–268)

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216. 30 Sept. In a cart of Peter Jamys going to Southampton (fn. 1) Gabriel Furnarius, A, 3 bales with 43 cloths 20 yds. w.g.

217. 30 Sept. In a cart of Peter Jamys going to Southampton Gabriel Furnarius, A, 3 bales with 48 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

218. 30 Sept. In a cart of Peter Jamys going to Southampton Gabriel Furnarius, A, 1 bale with 14 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

219. 30 Sept. On 10 horses of John Aryse going to the port of Bristol Edward Brampton, D, 10 fardels with 50 cloths w.g.

220. 30 Sept. In the ship of Thomas Coys [of London] William Jenk, D, 1 fardel with 4½ cloths w.g.

John Fysshare, D, 1 fardel with 2 cloths w.g., 27 pcs. double worsted

John Hawkyn, D, 1 fardel with 1 cloth, 16 yds. w.g.

William Weston, D, 1 fardel with 14 pcs. double worsted

Thomas Kelet, D, 1 fardel with 7 cloths w.g.

John Colet, D, 1 fardel with 2 cloths w.g.

Thomas Payn, D, 1 cloth w.g.

John Chambyr, D, 1 bale with 15 cloths w.g.

Andrew Rogerson, D, 1 fardel with 7 cloths w.g.

Peter Joye, D, 1 fardel with 9 cloths w.g.

William Wheteley, D, 1 fardel with 4 cloths w.g.

Edward Johnson, A, 1 brl. with 18 doz. [S lbs.] candles, 8 flitches bacon, £6 6s.8d.

John Benet, D, 1 cloth w.g.

221. 2 Oct. In a cart of William Notyngham going out to Southampton Matthew de Catero, A, 1 bale with 12½ cloths w.g.; 200 goads Welsh straits [S cotton russet], £5 (fn. 2)

George Greco, A, 1 fardel with 2 cloths 16 yds. w.g.

222. 2 Oct. In the ship of Cornelius Johnson

John Evingar, A, 12 pipes beer, £4

Herman Johnson, A, 20 pipes beer, £6 13s.4d.

Lambert Retard, H, 9 pipes beer, £3

223. 2 Oct. In a cart of Richard Todde going to Southampton Laurence Gryll', A, 3 bales with 47 cloths w.g.

224. 2 Oct. In a cart of Robert Todde going to Southampton Laurence Gryll', A, 3 bales with 50 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

225. 3 Oct. In the ship of Laurence Johnson Michael van Prat, A, 6 baskets with 6 weys rendered tallow ('cepi molton'), (fn. 3) 1 basket with 50 cheeses, £4

Cornelius Johnson, A, 15 pipes beer, 5 baskets with M. lbs. rendered tallow, 6 brls. with 64 doz. candles, £12

Deryk Oldekyrk, A, 12 pipes beer, £4

Michael Harry son, A, 4 pipes beer, 26s. 8d.

226. 4 Oct. In the ship of Laurence Legalowe Said master, A, 5 fothers lead, £20

227. 4 Oct. In a certain barge going to Gravesend

Hans Swalyngborugh, H, 1 budget ('boget') with 6 bonnets of half grain, 6 bonnets w.g., 3 grs. points, £3

228. 5 Oct. In the ship of Thomas Grey

John Semer, D, 1 fardel with 1 cloth w.g.

John Stokare, D, 1 bale with 10 cloths w.g.

John Fynkyll, D, 3 fardels with 24 cloths w.g.

John Trewinard, D, 1 bale with 10 cloths w.g., 1 cloth in grain

Edward Fynkyll, D, 3 bales with 30 cloths w.g.

John Seman, D, 1 fardel with 8 cloths w.g.

William Cowper, D, 3 fardels with 18 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

Richard Alder, D, 1 bale with 10 cloths w.g.

Robert Leycrofte, D, 1 cloth w.g.

Thomas Screven, D, 1 bale with 17 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

Thomas Wattys, D, 1 bale with 12 cloths w.g.

229. 5 Oct. In a cart of William Spygot going to Southampton Anthony Calvo, A, 2 bales with 24 cloths 10 yds. w.g.

230. 6 Oct. In a cart of William Spigot going to Southampton Jasper Nigron', A, 3 bales with 49 cloths 16 yds. w.g.

231. 6 Oct. In a cart of Peter Jamys going to Southampton Jasper Nigron', A, 3 bales 1 fardel with 42 cloths w.g.

232. 7 Oct. In a cart of William Spigot going to Southampton Paul Parekerole, A, 1 bale with 14½ cloths w.g.

233. 7 Oct. In the ship of Cornelius Quatell [of Bergen-op-Zoom]

James Falk, A, 4 C. [S 4 M.] summer ('stages') rabbit-skins, 28s.

234. 7 Oct. In a cart of Peter James going to Southampton Ralph de Cattero, A, 3 bales with 34 cloths w.g.

235. 11 Oct. In a cart of Peter Jamys going to Southampton

Raphael Lomlyn', A, 2 bales 1 fardel with 39½ cloths w.g.; 17 pcs. Welsh straits, 4 rolls frieze, £8 6s.8d.

236. 11 Oct. In a cart of Robert Long going to Southampton

Ciprian Furnarius, D, (fn. 4) 1 fardel 1 roll with 12 cloths w.g.

Jeronimo Imary, A, 1 fardel with 6 cloths 10 yds. w.g.

237. 12 Oct. In the ship of John Bulhawte [of Rouen]

Laurence Fabyan, [S D] (fn. 5) 5 fothers 5 C. lbs. lead, 2 M. 5 C. lbs. rendered tallow, 2 C. lbs. battery, 1 hhd. mustard seed, 6 brls. pitch, 1 hhd. 2 panniers with 400 lbs. candles, 12 cheeses, £32

Peter Laratt, A, 8 yds. cloth w.g.; 100 lbs. pepper, 1 hhd. with mustard seed, 6 brls. pitch, £6

238. 14 Oct. In a cart of William Johnson going to Southampton Francis Molen, A, 3 bales with 32 cloths w.g.

239. 14 Oct. In a cart of Peter Jamys going to Southampton Gabriel Furnarius, A, 3 bales with 48 cloths w.g.

240. 14 Oct. In a cart of Peter Jamys going to Southampton Gabriel Furnarius, A, 3 bales with 49 cloths w.g.

241. 16 Oct. In a cart of John Rede going to Southampton Anthony Calvo, A, 3 bales with 46 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

242. 242. 16 Oct. In a cart of Henry Cole going to Southampton George de Sancta Maria, A, 2 bales with 18 cloths 16 yds. w.g.; 3 pcs. Welsh straits, 33s.4d.

Michael de Catero, A, 1 bale with 13 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

243. 16 Oct. In the ship of Lubert van Boke [of the Steelyard]

Edward Johnson, A, 5 M. summer rabbit-skins, £5

Peter Wolf, A, 5 M. summer rabbit-skins, £5

John Salmer, H, 2 brls. with 12 C. lbs. pewter vessels, 1 brl. with 16 doz. candles, £17

Anthony Kele, A, 15 [S 5] weys cheese, £6

Edward Johnson, A, 24 baskets with 19 weys rendered tallow, 8 brls. with salt meat, £12

John Kele, A, 20 weys cheese, £8

Said master, A, 13 pipes beer, £4 6s.8d.

Tylman Barkys, H, 1 bale with 19 cloths w.g.; 400 goads Welsh straits, 2 vats with 90 doz. [S lbs.] candles, £17 16s.8d.

Hans Stut, H, 1 bale with 27 cloths w.g.; 30 goads Welsh straits, 20s.

Gerard Lesbern, H, 1 fardel with 6 cloths 6 yds. w.g.; 20 goads Welsh straits, 13s.4d.

244. 17 Oct. In a cart of William Spigot going to Southampton Gabriel Furnarius, A, 3 bales with 46 cloths w.g.

245. 17 Oct. In a cart of William Spigot going to Southampton Gabriel Furnarius, A, 3 bales with 49 cloths w.g.

246. 17 Oct. In a cart of William Spigot going to Southampton Raphael Lomelyn', A, 3 bales with 46 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

247. 17 Oct. In a cart of William Spigot going to Southampton Toremo Dore, A, 1 bale with 18 cloths w.g.

248. 19 Oct. In a cart of Peter Jamys Jasper Nigron', A, 2 bales 1 fardel 2 rolls with 43 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

249. 20 Oct. In a cart of John Rede going to Southampton Cosma Spenyll', A, 2 bales 1 fardel with 51 cloths 23 yds. w.g.

250. 20 Oct. In the ship of Thomas Eton going to Sandwich

John Sarro, A, 2 bales 1 fardel with 149 doz. tanned calfskins, 1 bale with 72 doz. tanned calfskins, £27 13s.4d.

Gabriel Furnarius, A, 420 doz. tanned calfskins, £42

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251. 20 Oct. In a cart of John Bond going to Southampton Laurence Gryll', A, 3 bales with 46 cloths 16 yds w.g.

252. 20 Oct. In a cart of John Boteler [S Butteler] going to Southampton

Laurence Gryll', A, 3 bales with 48 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

253. 20 Oct. In a cart of John Boteler going to Southampton Laurence Gryll', A, 3 bales with 54 cloths w.g.

254. 20 Oct. In a cart of John Botler going to Southampton Laurence Gryll', A, 1 bale with 16 cloths w.g.

255. 23 Oct. In a cart of Robert Rolff going to Southampton Gabriel Furnarius, A, 3 bales with 35 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

256. 23 Oct. In the ship of Thomas Hikylman going to Sandwich Gabriel Furnarius, A, 80 doz. tanned calfskins, £10

257. 24 Oct. In a cart of John Rede going to Southampton Paul Larka, A, 4 fardels with 33 cloths w.g.

258. 24 Oct. In a cart of John Rede going to Southampton Paul Larka, A, 3 bales 1 roll with 32 cloths 6 yds. w.g.

259. 24 Oct. In a cart of William Sellam going to Southampton Paul Larka, A, 3 bales with 48 cloths 16 yds. w.g.

260. 24 Oct. In a cart of William Sellam going to Southampton Paul Larka, A, 3 bales with 47 cloths 16 yds. w.g.

261. 24 Oct. In a cart of William Sellam going to Southampton Paul Larka, A, 2 bales with 24 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

262. 25 Oct. In the ship of John Cameo ['Camacheo' del.] [of Cadiz]

Abraham Catell', A, 2 bales with 100 doz. tanned calfskins, £15

Frank Justinyan', A, 2 fardels with 20 cloths w.g.

Henry Rabet, D, 1 bale with 17 cloths 16 yds. w.g.

Richard Odyham, D, 1 bale with 20 cloths w.g.

John Tutsham, D, 1 bale with 12 cloths w.g.

William Spark, D, 3 bales with 54 cloths w.g.

Robert Henle [S 'Hendley'], D, 2 bales with 55½ cloths w.g.

Thomas Pynde, A, 2 bales with 36 cloths w.g.

Peter Bylbowe, man and merchant of the said province of Guipúzcoa, (fn. 6) Sp, 1 cloth w.g.

Peter Desavala of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 bale with 18 cloths 16 yds. w.g.

Said master of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 fardel with 7 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

Frank Deargomedo of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 bale with 11 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

Alfonso de Rota of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 cloth 8 yds. w.g.

John Martinus of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 bale with 8 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

Said master of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 bale with 20 cloths w.g., 7 yds. cloth in grain

263. 25 Oct. In the ship of John Debassorto

Martin Dordaydo of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 16 yds. cloth w.g.

Michael de Pontica of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 cloth w.g.

Michael de Lopean [S Lopyana] of Guipúzcoa, S, 4 rolls with 5 cloths 18 yds. in grain

Alfonso de Lyon of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 2 fardels with 18 cloths 16 yds. w.g.

Peter Valedelede of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 bale with 13 cloths 8 yds. w.g., 1 cloth 10 yds. in grain

Peter de Castro of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 4 bales 4 rolls 1 fardel with 46 cloths w.g., 5 cloths 10 yds. in grain

Peter Embeto of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 bale with 12 cloths 16 yds. w.g.

John de Bedua of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 13 yds. cloth w.g.

John Martinus of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 cloth 10 yds. w.g.

John Perus of Guipúzcoa, Sp, ½ cloth w.g.

John de Melebya of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 3 cloths 9 yds. w.g.

John Darnaro of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 22 yds. cloth w.g.

Martin Bono of Guipúzcoa, Sp, ½ cloth w.g.

264. 25 Oct. In a cart of John Rede Lewis Gremaldo, A, 2 bales with 21 cloths 8 yds. w.g.

265. 26 Oct. In the ship of Saba de Sarrasto

Said master of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 17 yds. cloth w.g.

Martin Loprane of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 bale with 14 cloths 16 yds. w.g.

Peter Valedelede of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 fardel with 9 cloths 16 yds. w.g.

Peter Castro of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 3 bales with 41 cloths w.g.

Peter Embeto of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 bale with 12 cloths w.g.

Alfonso de Lyon of Guipúzcoa, Sp, 1 fardel with 9 cloths 16 yds. w.g.

266. 30 Oct. In the ship of Hugh Petirson

James Williamson, A, 1 pipe with 28 doz. [S lbs.] candles, 2 brls. with salt meat, 46s.8d.

John Stollard, A, 1 pipe 2 vats 1 brl. with 54½ doz. [S lbs.] candles, 4 brls. with salt meat, 4 weys cheese, 18 flitches bacon, 1 vat with 3½ qrs. meal, 3 weys rendered tallow, 8 brls. honey, £15

267. 31 Oct. In a cart of John Hokare going to Southampton Mark Stroce, A, 26 pcs. Welsh straits, £8 13s.4d.

268. 31 Oct. In the ship of Philip Betowe Said master, A, 2½ lasts pitch, £5 16s.8d.

Footnotes

1 For the reason for the entry of outgoing carts and horses in the account see above p. xliv.
2 For this and for similar entries below, the valuation applies only to the goods listed after the semicolon.
3 The tallow fat was melted in a pot and skimmed to remove impurities. It was then emptied through a sieve into a tub and was ready for use after standing for three hours (R. Monier-Williams, The Tallow Chandlers of London (1970), I, 35–6).
4 An esquire of the household, born in Genoa and granted letters of denization in 1475 (C.P.R. 1467–77, 518).
5 Probably a mistake for alien, see 4 above.
6 Hereafter this is calendared simply as 'of Guipúzcoa'. In December 1474, in compensation for losses sustained from English attacks, Guipiizcoan merchants were granted 11,000 crowns (less 600 already paid) to be acquired by retaining half the customs chargeable on their goods in English ports. And in August 1476 this grant was amended to include the goods of all merchants of Castile and Léon in London, Sandwich, Southampton and Bristol (C.P.R. 1467–77, 480, 600).