Index of subjects
Richard II

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H. T. Riley (editor)

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1868

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'Index of subjects: Richard II', Memorials of London and London Life: In the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries (1868), pp. LXX-LXXIV. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=57625 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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RICHARD II. A.D. 1377–79.

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Punishment of the Stocks, for selling sacks of charcoal, deficient in measure408
Unsound wines condemned408
Ordinance made for the safe-keeping of the Shipping in the Thames409
Deposit of royal jewels and plate with the City, as security for a loan of five thousand Pounds410
Punishment of the Pillory, for forging a bond412
Vestment granted to the Serjeants of the Chamber414
The Prior of Christ Church, Aldgate, sworn ex officio as Alderman of Portsoken Ward415
Contumacy shown by Nicholas Twyford, one of the Sheriffs, towards the Mayor; and punishment for the same415
Illegal obstruction of a right of way through the Church of St. Michael le Quern417
Punishment of the Pillory, for substituting counters for gold418
Order for setting the Watch in the City, on the Eves of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist and of St. Peter and St. Paul419
Hides forfeited, for being badly tanned420
Description and valuation of wares in a Haberdasher's Shop422
Punishment of the Pillory and Whetstone, for slandering the Mayor and Aldermen423
Injunction sent to the Aldermen to ride with the newly elected Mayor to Westminster424
Order for the arrest of John Maynard and others, concerned in an attack upon the house of the Earl of Bukenham424
A Parish Clerk committed to Prison, for speaking evil of the Duke of Lancaster425
Ordinances as to the sale of Lambs, and the early closing of Butchers' Shops426
Ordinance of the Cooks and Pastelers, or Piebakers426
Charge of slothfulness made against the late Mayor before Parliament, by the Earl of Bukenham; and approval of him by the City427
Appointment of John Charney as Common Hunt428
Deposit of royal jewels with the City, as security for a loan of five thousand pounds429
Punishment of the Pillory, for stealing a Baselard in the Mayor's house430
Punishment of the Pillory and Whetstone, for pretending to have been sent with messages from the King430
Regulations as to Cooks and Piebakers, and the sale of Butter432
Order sent to the Aldermen, for setting the Watch on the Eve of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist433
Sentence of the Pillory and Whetstone, for slandering William Waleworthe; and remission thereof, at his entreaty433
Lease of the Stations at the Crosses in Chepe435
Regulations for cleansing the Streets and Quays, for the sale of fresh fish, and for the sale of cattle in Smythefeld435
Presentation of a Chaplain to a Chantry in the Chapel at the Guildhall436
The fees paid for the Stations at the Crosses in Chepe to be paid to the Common Hunt437
Order that billets shall not be bought wholesale, for retailing437
Ordinances of the Pastelers, or Piebakers, as to pasties438
Ordinances of the Cutlers438
Punishment of the Pillory, for forging a letter442
Deposit of royal jewels with the City, as security for a loan of two thousand pounds443
Proposal to build a Tower on either side of the Thames, for the protection of the shipping; John Phelippot paying the expenses of one of them444
Punishment by the Pillory of Impostors, for pretending to be dumb445
Punishment of the Pillory, for selling sacks of charcoal of short measure; and leniency shown for old age446
Account of moneys expended by a Guardian upon his Ward446
The old Seal of the Mayoralty broken, and a new one substituted447
Account of moneys expended by a Guardian upon her Ward448
Punishment of the Pillory, for exposing putrid pigeons for sale448
Account of the Insurrection of Walter Tyler, and of his death at the hands of William Walworthe, the Mayor449
Injunctions issued by the Mayor, for keeping the peace within the City; and for keeping watch and ward at the City Gates451
Grant of leave to build a Hautpas, to Sir Robert Knolles and Constance, his wife452
Proclamation for keeping the peace within the City453
Punishment of the Pillory, for spreading false reports454
Inventory and valuation of stock in a Jeweller's Shop455
Punishment of the Pillory, for cheating with a false Chequer-board455
Punishment of the Pillory, for cheating with false dice457
Proclamation as to the sale of herrings, oil, and confects458
Women of bad repute restricted to a certain garb458
Punishment of the Pillory, for forgery and false pretences459
Punishment of the Pillory, for slandering the Mayor460
Extortionate charge for oats by an Hosteler; and insult offered by him to the Mayor460
Punishment of the Pillory, for sorcery and false accusation462
Order of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council, restricting the fees of Parsons of Churches within the City463
Punishment of the Pillory, for selling putrid Conger464
Punishment of the Pillory, for pretending to be a Physician464
An Alderman sentenced to find a Dinner for the Mayor and other Aldermen, for having no lining to his cloak466
Delivery of a Breviary, left for the Prisoners of Neugate466
A Fishmonger compelled by the authorities to reduce the price of his herrings467
Sentence upon Adam Carlelle, late Aldermen, for reviling the Fishmongers non-freemen468
Burglary committed in Goldsmiths' shops; and claim of Benefit of Clergy for the offenders470
Punishment of the Pillory for importing putrid fish respited, the offender being a servant of the King471
Punishments for practising the Art Magic, and for defamation472
Punishment of imprisonment, for reviling the Mayor473
Sentence of fine and imprisonment, for fraud, and for slander of the Aldermen474
Punishment of the Pillory, for pretending to practise the Art Magic475
Sentence of the Pillory and Whetstone, for slandering the Mayor476
Ordinances as to the repair of Crepulgate; the City Barge; and the Watercourse of Walbrok477
Punishment of an Impostor, for circulating false reports from the War in Flanders479
Warrant for the apprehension of certain alleged offenders within the City480
Proclamation against Congregations, Covins, and Conspiracies480
Proclamation for the free sale of fish within the City; and against Nightwalkers481
Royal sanction of the execution of John Constantyn, for riot in the City; and indemnity thereupo482
Unlawful Nets ordered to be burnt483
Punishment of the Pillory, inflicted upon a Procuress484
Punishment of the Pillory, for selling false bowstrings486
Unlawful Nets, called "Burrokes," ordered to be burnt486
Prayer of the Warden of the Hospital of St. Katherine, for quiet enjoyment of a small piece of land adjacent thereto487
Orders sent to the Aldermen, for setting the Watch on the Eves of St. John the Baptist, and of St. Peter and St. Paul488
Enactment forbidding the grant in future of the City Gates, or of the dwelling-houses there489
Punishment of the Pillory, for pretending to be a taker of ale for the royal household489
William Hughlot sentenced to lose his hand, for assaulting an Alderman; and commutation of the sentence490
A Book of civic regulations, called "Jubile," ordered to be burnt494
Journeymen Cordwainers, charged with making an illegal fraternity495
Punishment of an impostor, for pretending to be son of the Earl of Ormond496
Punishment of the Pillory, for inserting iron in a loaf, to add to its weight498
Quit-rent for a Garden situate near Kentstrete, without the Bar of Suthwerk498
The Mayor and Aldermen summoned to a conference with the King, at Wyndesore499
Proclamation made in the City, by the King's command500
Insult offered to an Alderman, and punishment inflicted for the same500
Insult offered to an Alderman, and punishment inflicted for the same502
Grant of leave to erect a Penthouse for the aqueduct in Fletestrete503
Conviction for making a false accusation; and a Protection from the King alleged504
Insult offered to an Alderman, and sentence of Imprisonment for the same506
A Bedel discharged from his office, for spreading false reports507
Regulations as to the sale offish in the City; and as to the use of Nets in the Thames508
Fine inflicted for stopping a Procession on the Festival of Corpus Christi509
Exemption of the Keepers of the Hospitals for Lazars, from inquests, summonses, and amercements510
Expenses incurred by the Representatives of the City, in attending the Parliament511
The Ordinances of the Founders renewed512
Enactment made, that in future the Sheriffs shall have no procession on horseback, on being presented at Westminster515
Inquisition made as to putrid fish brought into the City516
Punishment of the Pillory for Soothsaying, and false accusation518
Admission and oath of Master Surgeons of the City519
Punishment for burglary, by hanging520
Grant of leave to build a Conduit near the Church of St. Michael le Quern521
Order that due Watch shall be kept, during the approaching jousts and revels521
Punishment of imprisonment, for assault on a Ward Constable522
Sentence of the Pillory pronounced, for insulting the Recorder523
Punishment of the Pillory, for fraud523
Punishment of the Thewe, for false accusation525
Proclamation that no person shall speak, or give his opinion, as to either Nicholas Brembre or John Norhamptone526
Punishment of the Pillory inflicted upon a Scrivener and another, for forging title-deeds527
False caps ordered to be burnt in Chepe529
Punishment of the Pillory, for stealing a leg of mutton530
Punishment of the Pillory, for pretending to be an Officer of the Marshalsea531
Punishment of the Pillory, for stealing a baselard at the Funeral of Sir John Deveros531
Ordinance for the regulation of the Evechepynges in Westchepe and on Cornhulle532
Election of Richard Whityngton to the Shrievalty533
Regulation as to Street-walkers by night, and Women of bad repute534
The Orphan of a Citizen allowed to become a Nun, at the Priory of Kelburne535
Punishment of the Pillory for extortion, and pretending to be a taker of ale for the King536
Punishment of the Pillory, inflicted for swindling536
Ordinances of the Blacksmiths537
Indenture of agreement between the Cordwainers and the Cobblers539
Proposed Ordinance of the Coopers541
The Serving-men of the trade of Saddlers forbidden to form Fraternities542
Royal mandate that Richard Whityngton shall occupy the place of Adam Bamme, Mayor and the King's Escheator, lately deceased544
Regulation for the future Election of Aldermen of the City545
Election of Richard Whityngton as Mayor545
Ordinances of the Leathersellers546
Charge of disloyalty against John Sewale548
Ordinances of the Hurers549
Stock of a Jeweller's Shop, on Cornhulle550
Ordinances of Bakwellehelle550