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Award

Award of William Coke, Recorder of Cambridge, and Thomas Gawdy, Recorder of King's Lynn and others, arbitrators in dispute over tolls between King's Lynn and Cambridge.
Harrod reference: Ae 24.

Legal suits and papers

Drafts and papers relating to legal suits and cases that the Borough Council either prosecuted or were part of. Also has correspondence about legal suits and asking advice from other Borough's who have dealt within similar issues.

James Robson and others Vs. Thomas Boston and others, concerning payments of tolls on coals etc.

James Robson, Robert Wallis and others v. Thomas Boston and others, concerning payments to the Mayor and burgesses of Lynn of tolls on coals etc. at Lynn and to the Mayor, bailiff and burgesses of Cambridge by burgesses of Lynn of groundage for pitch and tar at Stourbridge Fair, 1595-1599. Answers and demurrers of Boston et al., four of the defendants to the bill of complaint by Robson et al., 1595, with copy of the same, 1736; Wallis’s replication, n.d.; interrogatories and depositions concerning tolls on coals 1597, and as to groundage at Stourbridge, n.d.; submission to arbitration by the Mayor and burgesses of Lynn, 1599; copy of arbitrators’ order and report as to duty on coals, n.d.

John Smythe Vs. Thomas Overende and Thomas Baker, concerning leasehold title to a moiety of Lynn Priory or Parsonage

The Priory was leased by the Dean and Chapter to John Porter and Robert Buntynge for 80 years on 10 December 1561: on 28 May 1581, after Buntynge’s death, Porter assigned this lease to Thomas Overende and Thomas Baker. John Smythe claimed Buntynge’s title to a moiety of the Priory deriving from a further lease by the Dean and Chapter to Buntynge made on 10 April 1568 and assigned to Smythe in 1573. Bill of complaint by Thomas Overende and Thomas Baker, John Smythe’s answer, Overende and Baker’s replication and Smythe’s rejoinder; case for Overende and Baker; copy lease by the Dean and Chapter to Buntynge, 1568; copy articles of agreement between the Dean of Norwich and Overende and Baker to procure a conveyance of the [???] Queen’s leasehold interest in the Priory and maintain Overende and Baker’s possession by virtue of the assignment to them of the 1568 lease, 1581; account of the income of the Priory from rents, offerings, tithes etc. n.d.; list of interrogatories. With drafts and copies.

Correspondence

Letter to the Mayor and burgesses from jurors in a Chancery suit concerning a court order for the payment of their expenses in travelling from Morpeth (Northumberland) to London for a hearing which was deferred. (1609)
Endorsed [18th century] as relating to proceedings in Chancery and the award between Newcastle and Lynn touching their dues, K. James 1. Numbered 104.

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