In the ship of John Owtelawe, called James of Lynn, departing
the last day of February in the abovewritten year:


From that same John, for 2
pieces of woollen cloth, worth 26s.8d. 
subsidy: 1s.4d. 

From
William de Brycham
for 300 quarters of wheat, worth £75 
subsidy: 75s. 

From John Cook for 10 quarters
of beans, 5 quarters of oats, worth 43s.4d 
subsidy: 2s.2d 
Total: 78s.6d. 

In the ship of Gerard Funk, called George of Gdansk, departing
the last day of February in the abovewritten year:


From Richard de Wylby for
woollen cloth in 2 bundles, worth £54 
subsidy: 54s. 

From
Thomas de Waterden
for 50 dozen woollen cloths, worth
£43 
subsidy: 43s. 

From
John de Wyrmegey for
50 pieces of narrow cloth, 20 pieces of broad cloth in 2
packs, worth £35 
subsidy: 35s. 

From
John de Wesenham
for 80 kerseys, 15 woollen cloths in
4 packs, worth £47 
subsidy: 47s. 

From
Thomas Trussebut for
18 woollen cloths in 2 packs, worth £34.10s. 
subsidy: 34s.6d 

From Thomas Gerarde for 16
woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £32 
subsidy: 32s. 

From
John Lok for 40 pieces
of narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth £16 
subsidy: 16s. 

From
Richard de Fransham
for 30 pieces of narrow cloth, 15 pieces of broad cloth worth £28 
subsidy: 28s. 

From John de Cambrygg for 10
cloths in 1 pack, worth £16 
subsidy: 16s. 

From
John de Tyde for 40
dozen woollen cloths in 1 bundle and 1 pack, worth £30 
subsidy: 30s. 

From John Rode for 40 dozen caps,
100 kerseys, worth £39.13s.4d 
subsidy: 39s.8d 

From
John de Brandon for
16 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £30.6s.8d 
subsidy: 30s.4d 

From
Thomas de Crowmer
for 28 pieces of woollen cloth in 1 bundle, worth £26.6s.8d 
subsidy: 26s.4d 

From
Richard de Denby for
24 pieces of broad cloth in 1 bundle, worth £25 
subsidy: 25s. 

From
Edward Belleyett
for 15 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £32 
subsidy: 32s. 
Total: £24.8s.10d 

In the ship of John van Mustre, called Maryknyght of Lubeck,
departing 7 March in the abovewritten year:


From Thomas de Waterden for
14 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £25.13s.4d 
subsidy: 25s.8d 

From John de Wesenham for
20 woollen cloths in 2 packs, worth £46.6s.8d 
subsidy: 46s.4d 

From Richard de Fransham for
16 pieces of narrow cloth, 4 pieces of broad cloth in 1 pack,
worth £9 
subsidy: 9s. 

From
Thomas de Bernyngham
for 50 pieces of narrow cloth, 8 pieces of broad cloth, worth £18 
subsidy: 18s. 
Total: £4.19s. 

In the ship of Thomas Fouler,
called Mary of Lynn, departing 22 March in the abovewritten year:


From John de Wyrmegey for 7
woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £12 
subsidy: 12s. 

From
John Wace for 40 dozen
broad cloths in 1 bundle, worth £35 
subsidy: 35s. 

From
Henry Galt for 23 dozen
broad cloths in 1 bundle, worth £20 
subsidy: 20s. 

From
John Waryn for 24 pieces
of broad cloth, 14 pieces of narrow cloth in 1 bundle, worth £25 
subsidy: 25s. 

From
John de Lakynghyth
for 5 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £9 
subsidy: 9s. 

From John Lok for 16 dozen
broad cloths in 1 pack, worth £13 
subsidy: 13s. 

From Thomas Berford for 13
pieces of broad cloth in 1 pack, worth £12 
subsidy: 12s. 

From Hugh de Well for 4
woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £7 
subsidy: 7s. 
Total: £6.13s. 

In the ship of Alan Cork, called Mary of Lynn,
[departing] 27 March in
the abovewritten year:


From
Thomas Attestyle for
60 kerseys in 1 bundle, worth £13 
subsidy: 13s. 

From
John Blaunche for
17 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £30 
subsidy: 30s. 

From Thomas de Waterden for
8 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £16 
subsidy: 16s. 

From Thomas Trussebut for
40 pieces of narrow cloth, 4 pieces of broad cloth in 1 pack,
worth £18 
subsidy: 18s. 

From William de Brycham for
20 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £41 
subsidy: 41s. 

From
John Herte for 28
dozen woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £25 
subsidy: 25s. 
Total: £7.3s. 

In the ship of John de Wyssebeche, called Michael of Lynn,
departing 27 March in the abovewritten year:


From Thomas Attestyle for 11
woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £20.10s. 
subsidy: 20s.6d. 

From
John Attestyle for 4
cloths in 1 bundle, worth £7 
subsidy: 7s. 

From
Roger de Walsyngham
for 50 pieces of cloth called "damdok", 16 pieces of broad cloth in
1 bundle, worth £30 
subsidy: 30s. 

From John de Lakynghyth for
12 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £21.13s.4d 
subsidy: 21s.8d 

From
Edward Yngelond for
40 pieces of narrow cloth, 9 pieces of broad cloth in 1 bundle,
worth £25 
subsidy: 25s. 

From Thomas de Waterden for
22 woollen cloths in 3 packs, worth £45 
subsidy: 45s. 

From John Lok for 20 pieces
of narrow cloth, 14 pieces of broad cloth in 1 bundle, worth £20 
subsidy: 20s. 

From Edward Belleyett for
22 woollen cloths in 2 packs, worth £40 
subsidy: 40s. 

From John Wace for 40 pieces
of narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth £15 
subsidy: 15s. 
Total: £11.4s.2d 

In the ship of Thomas Bullok, called Magdalene of Lynn, departing
27 March in the abovewritten year:


From the same Thomas for 48
quarters of wheat, worth £12 
subsidy: 12s. 

From John Colynyan for 480
quarters of wheat, worth £120 
subsidy: £6 

From
John Kepe for 64 quarters
of wheat, worth £16 
subsidy: 16s. 
Total: £7.8s 

In the ship of Rankyn Peresson, called Magdalene of Briel,
departing 29 March in the abovewritten year:


From John Wolff for 1
bale of thrums, worth 20s. 
subsidy: 1s. 

From
James Patynmaker
for 60 calf skins, 1 piece of woollen cloth, worth 15s. 
subsidy: 9d. 

From John Midyrfyste for 2 barrels
of nuts, worth 4s. 
subsidy: 2½d. 

From John de Sawreby for 5 pieces
of white cloth, worth 70s. 
subsidy: 3s.6d 

From William de Chapel for 1 bale
of thrums, worth 15s. 
subsidy: 9d. 

From
Thomas Paynot for 10
dozen white cloths in 1 pack, worth £7.10s. 
subsidy: 8s.6d. 

From Peter Oldeman for 8 dozen
white cloths in 1 pack, worth £4 
subsidy: 4s. 

From Hugh Mathewesson for 8
pieces of white cloth, 2 pieces of narrow cloth, 15 calf skins, worth
£4.9s. 
subsidy: 4s.5½d. 

From John de Brandon for
woollen cloth in 1 pack, worth £6 
subsidy: 6s. 
Total: 29s.2d 

In the ship of James Hubbyng, called Margaret of Lynn, departing
29 March in the abovewritten year:


From Thomas Attestyle for 8
woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £15 
subsidy: 15s. 

From
Richard Thweyt for
24 pieces of broad cloth in 1 bundle, worth £21 
subsidy: 21s. 

From
Thomas Fawkys for 12
worsteds, 18 pieces of white cloth,
worth £20 
subsidy: 20s. 

From John Drewe for 60 kerseys
in 1 pack, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 

From William Berry for 60 pieces
of narrow cloth, 7 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £38 
subsidy: 38s. 

From William Brycham for 10
dozen broad cloths in 1 pack, worth £8.6s.8d 
subsidy: 8s.4d 

From
John de Botekysham
for 20 pieces of narrow cloth, 4 pieces of broad cloth in 1 pack,
worth £11.6s.8d 
subsidy: 11s.4d 
Total: £6.3s.8d 

In the ship of Robert de Wolforton, called Trinity of Lynn,
departing 1 April in the abovewritten year:


From John Kepe for 20 woollen
cloths in 1 pack, worth £38 
subsidy: 38s. 

From Thomas Attestyle for 12
dozen broad cloths in 1 pack, worth £11 
subsidy: 11s. 

From Thomas de Waterden for
18 pieces of broad cloth in 1 pack, worth £15 
subsidy: 15s. 
Total: 64s. 

In the ship of Benedict May, called Thomas of Lynn, departing
5 April in the abovewritten year:


From
William de Sylesden
for 2 pieces of woollen cloth, worth 26s.8d 
subsidy: 16d. 

From John Blaunche for
14 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £30 
subsidy: 30s. 

From John de Brandon for
40 pieces of narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth £16 
subsidy: 16s. 
Total: 47s.4d 

In the ship of William de Thorpe,
called Nicholas of Lynn, departing 7 April in the abovewritten year:


From Thomas Trussebut for 40
pieces of narrow cloth, 4 pieces of broad cloth in 1 pack, worth £18 
subsidy: 18s. 

From Thomas de Waterden for
60 kerseys in 1 pack, worth £11 
subsidy: 11s. 

From John de Burwell for
26 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £57 
subsidy: 57s. 

From
John Crosse for 28
dozen broad cloths, 10 pieces of narrow cloth, worth £30.8s.4d 
subsidy: 30s.5d 

From Richard Thweyt for 9 woollen
cloths in 1 pack, worth £18 
subsidy: 18s. 

From
John de Kenynghale
for 30 pieces of narrow cloth, 14 pieces of broad cloth in 1 bundle,
worth £19 
subsidy: 19s. 

From John Wace for
14 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £25 
subsidy: 25s. 

From
John de Sutton for
30 dozen woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £29 
subsidy: 29s. 

From
Robert de Botekysham
for 9 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £17.10s. 
subsidy: 17s.6d 

From
John Draper for
12 cloths, 30 pieces of narrow cloth, 20 dozen broad cloths in 1 pack,
worth £48 
subsidy: 48s. 

From William de Keel for
14 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £25 
subsidy: 25s. 

From Thomas Attestyle for
9 worsteds, 4 dozen cloths, worth £7 
subsidy: 7s. 

From
Thomas de Baldeswell
for 26 dozen broad cloths, worth £26 
subsidy: 26s. 

From John Drewe for 20 pieces
of narrow cloth, 12 kerseys in 1 pack, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 

From John Lok for 12 woollen cloths
in 1 bundle, worth £24 
subsidy: 24s. 

From Thomas Trussebut for
10 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £17.19s.4d 
subsidy: 18s. 

From John de Botekysham for
40 pieces of narrow cloth, 6 pieces of broad cloth in 1 pack, worth
£19 
subsidy: 19s. 
Total: £20.1s.11d 

In the ship of Albert Gylesson, called Godfrende of Flushing,
departing 7 April in the abovewritten year:


From John de Brandon for
4 pieces of cloth of 6 quarters, 2 pieces of "damdok", worth 44s. 
subsidy: 2s.8¼d 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Thomas Daffron, called Christopher of Lynn,
departing 16 April in the abovewritten year:


From John de Burwell for
5 dozen broad cloths in 1 pack, worth 60s. 
subsidy: 3s. 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Henry Holander, called Trumpower of Middelburg,
departing 16 April in the abovewritten year:


From Ludwic de Reder for
old clothes, worth 33s. 
subsidy: 20d. 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Simon Jonesson, called George of Briel, departing
16 April in the abovewritten year:


From John de Brandon for
14 pieces of white cloth, worth 100s. 
subsidy: 5s. 

From Simon Chapman for 4 pieces
of cloth cut into small sections, worth 30s. 
subsidy: 18d. 
Total: 6s.6d 

In the ship of William de Grene, called Peter of Lynn, departing
16 May in the abovewritten year:


From William de Brycham for
5 dozen broad cloths, 55 pieces of narrow cloth in 2 bundles, worth
£29 
subsidy: 29s. 

From John de Brandon for
90 pieces of narrow cloth in 2 bundles, worth £21 
subsidy: 21s. 

From John Waryn for 111
quarters of wheat, 17 pieces of broad cloth, 55 pieces of narrow cloth,
3 whole cloths, worth £65 
subsidy: 65s. 

From Peter de Vine for 161
quarters of wheat, 10 quintals of tallow,
worth £51.16s.8d 
subsidy: 51s.10d 
Total: £8.6.9½d
[sic] 

In the ship of Klaus Howmeystre, called Maryknyght of Gdansk,
departing 20 May in the abovewritten year:


From
Robert Cokerell for
22 dozen broad cloths, 4 pieces of Irish cloth, 1 barrel containing
diverse goods, worth £22 
subsidy: 22s. 

From Robert de Botekysham for
300 quarters of malt, worth £52.10s 
subsidy: 52s.6d 

From the same Robert for 2 tuns
of wine 
subsidy: 6s. 

From Edward Belleyett for
43 pieces of broad cloth in 1 bundle, worth £35 
subsidy: 35s. 

From the abovenamed Robert Cokerell
for 11 stones of hemp, 1 bale of rice, worth 23s. 
subsidy: 14d. 

From
John de Creyk for 4
pieces of broad cloth, 1 piece of narrow cloth, worth 67s.4d. 
subsidy: 3s.4½d 

From Henry Galt for diverse
small goods called haberdashery, worth £4 
subsidy: 4s. 

From Thomas de Bernyngham for
28 pieces of broad cloth, 5 pieces of narrow cloth in 1 bundle,
worth £21.16s. 
subsidy: 21s.10d 

From the abovenamed
Robert de Botekysham for woollen cloth in 1 pack, worth £16 
subsidy: 16s. 
Total: £10.2.6½d 

In the ship of William Hoope, called Christopher of Lynn,
departing 21 May in the abovewritten year:


From John Blaunche for 22 pieces
of narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 

From William de Brycham for
3 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £4 
subsidy: 4s. 

From
Walter Urry for 14
woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £25 
subsidy: 25s. 

From
Thomas de Sparham
for 60 pieces of narrow cloth called "damdok", 8 pieces of broad cloth,
15 blankets, worth £25 
subsidy: 25s. 
Total: 64s. 

In the ship of John Owtelawe, called James of Lynn, departing
27 May in the abovewritten year:


From the same John for 29
pieces of narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth £11.11s. 
subsidy: 11s.7d 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Walter Hake, called Christopher of Briel,
departing 27 May in the abovewritten year:


From Michael Scarlake for
2 pieces of narrow cloth, 1 barrel containing diverse goods, worth
60s. 
subsidy: 3s. 

From Martin Jonesson for 22
calf skins, worth 30s. 
subsidy: 18d. 

From
Adam de Walsokyn
for 4 dozen narrow cloths, worth 30s. 
subsidy: 18d. 

From John de Lakynghyth for
17 pieces of cloth of 6 quarters, 11 dozen narrow cloths in 1 pack,
900 rabbit skins, 6 dozen cat skins, worth £20.17s. 
subsidy: 20s.11d 

From Reginald van Mastreght
for 1 unfulled woollen cloth, 4 pieces of fulled narrow cloth, 1 blanket,
24 stones of lead, worth 68s. 
subsidy: 3s.5d 
Total: 30s.4d 

In the ship of Peter Baldwyne, called Margaret of Lynn,
departing 27 May in the abovewritten year:


From the same Peter for 4 cloths,
15 pieces of narrow cloth called "damdok" in 1 pack, worth £9 
subsidy: 9s. 

From Thomas de Sparham for
18 cloths, 8 dozen cloths, 13 worsteds, 4 pieces of narrow cloth,
4 blankets, worth £39 
subsidy: 39s. 

From Walter Urry for 17
woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £30 
subsidy: 30s. 

From Thomas de Baldewell for
18 dozen broad cloths, 16 pieces of narrow cloth in 1 bundle,
worth £21 
subsidy: 21s. 

From Adam de Well for 1 tun
of wine 
subsidy: 3s. 

From John Lok for 60 kerseys,
2 cloths in 1 bundle, worth £18 
subsidy: 18s. 

From
Robert Pulter for
10 pieces of broad cloth, 41 pieces of narrow cloth, 9 worsteds,
2 blankets in 1 bundle, worth £23 
subsidy: 23s. 

From John de Lakynghyth for
12 pieces of narrow cloth, 1 piece of broad cloth in 1 pack, worth 100s. 
subsidy: 5s. 

From John Blaunche for 7
woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £12 
subsidy: 12s. 

From
Henry de Beteley for
5 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £6 
subsidy: 6s. 
Total: £8.7s. 

In the ship of Edward Westerne, called Christopher of Lynn,
departing 28 May in the abovewritten year:


From
Ralph de Bedyngham
for 310 quarters of wheat, 63 quarters of beans and peas, 3 pieces of
broad cloth, 4 pieces of narrow cloth, worth £87.13s. 
subsidy: 87s.8d 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Adam de Well, called Holy Ghost of Lynn, departing
28 May in the abovewritten year:


From the same Adam for
12 quarters of wheat, 12 quarters of oats, 12 quarters of beans, worth
110s. 
subsidy: 5s.6d 

From
John Spicer for
200 quarters of wheat, 20 quarters of oats, 40 quarters of rye,
worth £62.6s.8d 
subsidy: 62s.4d 
Total: 67s.10d 

In the ship of Klaus Fer', called Maryknyght of Lubeck, departing
28 May in the abovewritten year:


From the same Klaus for 1
woollen cloth, 4 worsteds in 1 pack, worth 68s.8d 
subsidy: 3s.5½d 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Lambert Fry, called Maryknyght of Bremen, departing
28 May in the abovewritten year:


From Henry Fry and
Browning van Brossell for woollen narrow cloth in 4 bundles and 1 pack,
worth £106 
subsidy: 106s. 

From Robert de Botekysham for
6 worsteds in 1 pack, worth 40s. 
subsidy: 2s. 
Total: 107s.
[sic] 

In the ship of Henry Benet, called Edmund of Yarmouth, departing
1 June in the abovewritten year:


From
William Oxneye for 80
quarters of wheat, 40 quarters of beans, worth £24.13s.4d 
subsidy: 24s.8d 

From John Waryn for 120 quarters
of wheat, 100 quarters of beans, 24 stones of tallow, worth £42.17s.4d 
subsidy: 42s.10½d 

From John Drewe for 100 quarters
of wheat, worth £22.10s. 
subsidy: 22s.6d 
Total: £4.10s.½d 

In the ship of James Bolleson, called George of Dordrecht,
departing 1 June in the abovewritten year:


From John Handewarpe for 480
calf skins in 7 packs, worth £4.10s. 
subsidy: 4s.6d 

From Ludwic van Eussyn for
woollen cloth in 1 pack, worth £15 
subsidy: 15s. 

From Andrew Skyrmer for 500
calf skins, worth £4 
subsidy: 4s. 
Total: 23s.6d 

In the ship of Thomas Fouler, called Mary of Lynn, departing
14 June in the abovewritten year:


From
John de Wentworth
for woollen cloth in 2 packs, worth £40 
subsidy: 40s. 

From
John de Tylneye for
woollen cloth in 1 pack, worth £15.11s.8d 
subsidy: 15s.7d 

From John Wace for 160 quarters
of malt and woollen cloth in 1 pack, worth £44.10s. 
subsidy: 44s.6d 

From John Waryn for 80 quarters
of malt and woollen cloth in 1 pack, worth £21 
subsidy: 21s. 

From Henry Galt for 80 quarters
of malt and other small goods called haberdashery, worth £26 
subsidy: 26s. 
Total: £7.7s.1d 

In the ship of John Good, called Maryknyght of Sund, departing
14 June in the abovewritten year:


From Thomas de Attelburgh for
18 woollen cloths in one bundle, worth £42.13s.4d 
subsidy: 42s.8d 

From John de Brandon and
John de Lakynghyth for 120 quarters of malt, worth £21 
subsidy: 21s. 
Total: 63s.8d 

In the ship of Herman Scoff, called Christopher of Gdansk,
departing 15 June in the abovewritten year:


From John Drewe for 45 kerseys,
30 pieces of woollen cloth in 2 packs, worth £23.5s. 
subsidy: 23s.3d 

From
John de Howton for
15 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £20 
subsidy: 20s. 
Total: 43s.4d 

In the ship of William Pott', called Holy Ghost of Rotterdam,
departing 16 June in the abovewritten year:


From Richard Jonesson for 200
calf skins, 900 pelts, 2 stones of lead, worth 34s.7d 
subsidy: 21½d 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Benedict May, called Thomas of Lynn, departing
4 July 1392: 

From John de Brandon for
woollen cloth in 1 pack and blankets, worth £6.0.4d 
subsidy: 6s.¼d 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Holtman de Breme, called Maryknyght of Bremen,
departing 6 July in the abovewritten year:


From the same Holtman for 3
woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £6 
subsidy: 6s. 

From John Bernes for 12 woollen
cloths in 1 bundle, worth £24 
subsidy: 24s. 

From Hold van Husse for 10
woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £16 
subsidy: 16s. 

From John Denel for 12½
woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £25 
subsidy: 25s. 

From William de Breme for
9 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £16 
subsidy: 16s. 

From Ralph Burdfawer for 12
woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £22 
subsidy: 22s. 

From Henry Went for 9½d
cloths in 1 bundle, worth £22 
subsidy: 22s. 

From John de Syrenbergh for
11 cloths in 1 bundle, worth £21 
subsidy: 21s. 
Total: £7.12s. 

In the ship of Derek Thomasson, called Godesknyght of Briel,
departing 8 July in the abovewritten year:


From the same Derek for 1 piece
of narrow cloth, worth 5s. 
subsidy: 3d. 

From Andrew Skyrmer for 400
calf skins in 2 packs, worth 60s. 
subsidy: 3s. 
Total: 3s.3d 

In the ship of Robert de Wolforton, called Trinity of Lynn,
departing 20 July in the abovewritten year:


From John Kepe for woollen cloth
in 1 pack, worth £9 
subsidy: 9s. 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Herman Whytetope, called Maryknyght of Greifswald,
departing 8 July in the abovewritten year:


From John Blaunche for 200 quarters
of malt, 30 worsteds, worth £45 
subsidy: 45s. 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Siward Jonesson, called Maryknyght of Harderwijk,
departing the last day of July in the abovewritten year:


From the same Siward for 2 pieces
of woollen cloth of 6 quarters, worth 30s. 
subsidy: 18d. 

From John de Brandon for
woollen cloth in 1 pack, worth £15 
subsidy: 15s. 
Total: 16s.6d 

In the ship of Derek Walterson, called Skenkwyne of Durdrecht,
departing 2 August in the abovewritten year:


From Hugh Mathewesson for 300
calf skins, worth 54s. 
subsidy: 2s.8d 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of John Bonnek'husse, called Maryknyght of Gdansk,
departing 4 August in the abovewritten year:


From the same John for 39 kerseys
in 1 pack, worth £7.10s. 
subsidy: 7s.6d 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Stephen Nek, called Maryknyght of Gdansk, departing
5 August in the abovewritten year:


From William Derenbergh for
woollen cloth in 1 pack, worth £9 
subsidy: 9s. 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Peter But, called Christopher of Durdrecht,
departing 12 August in the abovewritten year:


From John Handwarpe for 500
calf skins in 9 packs, worth £4 
subsidy: 4s. 

From
William Halleyate for
21 pieces of narrow cloth in 1 pack,worth £6.6s.8d 
subsidy: 6s.4d 

From John Jonesson for 11 pieces
of white broad cloth in 1 pack, worth £7.6s.8d 
subsidy: 7s.4d 

From Arde Aldenbergh for 65 pieces
of narrow cloth called "damdok", 5 pieces of cloth of 6 quarters, worth £20.3s. 
subsidy: 20s.2d 

From Arde van Bentyn for 30 pieces
of white broad cloth, 25 pieces of narrow cloth called "damdok", worth
£38 
subsidy: 38s. 

From Otto van ye Brygg for 5
pieces of 6 quarters, 50 pieces of damdok, worth £14.8s 
subsidy: 14s.5d 

From John Bakker for 300½
calf skins in 1 bundle, worth 56s. 
subsidy: 2s.10d 

From Robert Pulter for 12 pieces
of white broad cloth, 2 pieces of narrow cloth, worth £7 
subsidy: 7s. 

From the abovenamed Peter But
for 1 piece of broad cloth, 1 hood, 1 blanket, worth 33s. 
subsidy: 20d. 
Total: 101s.9d 

In the ship of John Yngberson, called Holy Ghost of Kampen,
departing 18 August in the abovewritten year:


From John Lok for 19 woollen
cloths, 8 worsteds in 1 bundle, worth £31.8s. 
subsidy: 31s.5d 

From
Robert de Waterden
for 28 woollen cloths, 5 worsteds in 1 bundle, worth £44.18s. 
subsidy: 44s.11d 

From Walter Urry for 18 cloths,
18 worsteds in 1 bundle, worth £31.10s. 
subsidy: 31s.6d 

From John Blaunche for 84 pieces
of narrow cloth, 17 woollen cloths in 2 bundles, worth £47 
subsidy: 47s. 

From Thomas de Waterden for
20 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £36 
subsidy: 36s. 

From
Thomas Drewe for
40 worsteds in 1 bundle, worth £13.6s.8d 
subsidy: 13s.4d 

From Thomas Attestyle for
10 pieces of broad cloth in 1 pack, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 

From Thomas Trussebut for
14 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £30 
subsidy: 30s. 

From William de Keele for
10 pieces of English cloth, 6 pieces of Irish cloth, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 
Total: £13.4s.2d 

In the ship of John Bolt, called Christopher of Gdansk, departing
18 August in the abovewritten year:


From John Lok for 30
maces[?],
26 kerseys, worth £12.11s. 
subsidy: 12s.6½d 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Gerard van Tellet, called Christopher of Gdansk,
departing 19 August in the abovewritten year:


From John Lok for 12 cloths in
1 bundle, worth £24 
subsidy: 24s. 

From Thomas Attestyle for
28 pieces of narrow cloth called "damdok", 12 blankets, worth
£13.13s. 
subsidy: 13s.8d 

From Godfrey Luffedey for
8 worsteds in 1 pack, worth 56s. 
subsidy: 2s.10d 

From Thomas de Waterden for
6 cloths, 30 worsteds in 1 bundle, worth £22 
subsidy: 22s. 

From Thomas Brekhed for
6 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £12 
subsidy: 12s. 

From Thomas Attestyle for
6 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £11 
subsidy: 11s. 

From Richard de Fransham for
26 pieces of narrow [cloth], 3 pieces
of broad [cloth] in 1 pack, worth
£13 
subsidy: 13s. 

From John Wace for 30 pieces
of broad cloth, 20 worsteds in 1 bundle, worth £32.10s. 
subsidy: 32s.6d 

From Thomas Fawkys for 24 pieces
of narrow cloth, 5 blankets in 1 bundle, worth £18 
subsidy: 18s. 
Total: £7.9s. 

In the ship of Laurence Simonesson, called Magdaleyn of Camfer,
departing 20 August in the abovewritten year:


From Baldwin de Seynttroy for
5 bales of thrums, worth 100s. 
subsidy: 5s. 

From Herman van Amery for thrums
in 1 cask and 2 bales, worth 40s. 
subsidy: 2s. 

From Lambert Ryk' for 1 dozen
narrow cloths cut into 3 parts, 40 rabbit skins, worth 6s.8d 
subsidy: 4d. 
Total: 7s.4d 

In the ship of Arde van Telle, called Christopher of Gdansk,
departing 22 August in the abovewritten year:


From John de Sutton for 30 pieces
of narrow cloth, 19 worsteds, 4 pieces of broad cloth, worth
£20.16s.8d 
subsidy: 20s.10d 

From
Geoffrey de Gasseley
for 23 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £48 
subsidy: 48s. 

From
Richard de Thorpe for
20 woollen cloths, 10 blankets in 1 bundle, worth £39 
subsidy: 39s. 

From Thomas de Baldeswell for
16 pieces of broad cloth, 8 pieces of narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth
£15 
subsidy: 15s. 

From Walter Urry for 10 pieces
of narrow cloth, 12 worsteds in 1 bundle, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 

From Thomas Trussebut for 12
pieces of broad cloth, 4 pieces of narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 

From Edward Belleyett for 14
woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £26.10s. 
subsidy: 26s.6d 

From Godfrey Luffedey for 30
pieces of narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth £9 
subsidy: 9s. 

From Henry de Beteley for
8 woollen cloths, 3 blankets, worth £16 
subsidy: 16s. 

From
William de Baldeswell
for 31 pieces of Welsh cloth in 1 bundle, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 

From Thomas Attestyle for
30 kerseys, 11 blankets in 1 pack, worth £7.12.8d 
subsidy: 7s.8d 

From
John Paxman for 20
pieces of broad cloth, 20 pieces of narrow cloth, 8 pieces of cloth of
6 quarters, 6 worsteds, worth £35.3s.4d 
subsidy: 35s.2d 

From John de Brandon for 14
woollen cloths, 8 blankets in 1 bundle worth £21.13s.4d 
subsidy: 21s.8d 

From the abovenamed
Richard de Thorpe for 13 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £25.17s. 
subsidy: 25s.10d 

From Richard Thweyt for 11 pieces
of broad cloth, 15 pieces of narrow cloth, 8 blankets, worth £22 
subsidy: 22s. 

From John Draper for 30 dozen
broad cloths in 1 bundle, worth £20.15s. 
subsidy: 20s.9d 

From John de Wentworth for 20
pieces of broad cloth, 40 pieces of narrow cloth, 8 worsteds, worth
£32.10s. 
subsidy: 32s.6d 

From John Waryn for 9 woollen
cloths in 1 pack, worth £14 
subsidy: 14s. 

From John de Botekysham for
5 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £9 
subsidy: 9s. 
Total: £19.12s.11d 

In the ship of Thomas Bullok, called Mary of Lynn, departing
24 August in the abovewritten year:


From Robert de Waterden for
8 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £15 
subsidy: 15s. 

From John de Freston for 4
pieces of broad cloth, 2 narrow blankets in 1 pack, worth 76s.8d 
subsidy: 3s.10d 

From
Adam Waryn for 20
pieces of cloth, 2 pieces of broad cloth, 21 worsteds in 1 bundle, worth
£17 
subsidy: 17s. 

From Ralph de Bedyngham for
12 woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £22.13s.4d 
subsidy: 22s.8d 

From John Waryn for 7 woollen
cloths in 1 pack, worth £14 
subsidy: 14s. 

From Richard de Fransham for
13 pieces of narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth 112s. 
subsidy: 5s.7½d 

From
Robert de Salesbery
for 4 pieces of broad cloth in 1 pack, worth 68s. 
subsidy: 3s.5d 

From John Spicer for 14 pieces
of broad cloth, 12 blankets in 1 pack, worth £16 
subsidy: 16s. 

From Richard de Denby for
30 pieces of woollen cloth, 8 worsteds in 1 bundle, worth £34 
subsidy: 34s. 

From William de Brycham for
6 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £12.10s. 
subsidy: 12s.6d 

From John Herte for 7 dozen
broad cloths, 9 pieces of narrow cloth, 20 worsteds, worth £14.18s. 
subsidy: 14s.11d 

From Thomas Attebrygg for 9
pieces of broad cloth, 3 worsteds, 4 blankets in 1 pack, worth £11.11s. 
subsidy: 11s.6¾d 

From
John Whyte for 14
woollen cloths in 1 bundle worth £20 
subsidy: 20s. 

From Robert Pulter for 12 dozen
broad cloths in 1 pack, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 

From Roger Carter for 45 pieces
of narrow cloth, 5 pieces of broad cloth in 1 bundle, worth £20 
subsidy: 20s. 

From John de Botekysham for
50 pieces of narrow cloth in 1 bundle, worth £20 
subsidy: 20s. 

From
Simon de Feltwell for
4 pieces of broad cloth, 8 blankets, worth £4.8s. 
subsidy: 4s.5d 

From William Oly for 4 pieces of
white cloth, 4 worsteds in 1 pack, worth 66s.8d 
subsidy: 3s.4d 

From John de Lakynghyth for
5 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 

From
John Kempe for 20 pieces
of narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 

From
Peter Mayfay for 4
pieces of broad cloth, 4 pieces of narrow cloth, 8 worsteds, worth
£6.8s. 
subsidy: 6s.5d 

From William de Sylesden for
4 pieces of broad cloth, 4 worsteds in 1 pack, worth 66s.8d 
subsidy: 3s.4d 
Total: £13.18s.1d 

In the ship of James Jacobesson, called Godberard of Kampen,
departing 26 August in the abovewritten year:


From John de Howton for 25 pieces
of narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth £11.6s.8d 
subsidy: 11s.4d 

From John de Creyk for 4
woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £9.10s. 
subsidy: 9s.6d 

From John Draper for 40 pieces
of narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth £15.18s. 
subsidy: 15s.11d 

From John de Lakynghyth for 13
woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £20 
subsidy: 20s. 

From Edward Belleyett for 36
dozen broad cloths in 1 bundle, worth £26.10s. 
subsidy: 26s.6d 

From John Kempe for 39 kerseys
in 1 pack, worth £6,16s.6d. 
subsidy: 6s.10d 

From Edward Yngelond for 18
pieces of cloth of 6 quarters in 1 pack, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 
Total: 100s.1d 

In the ship of Giles Bogard, called Come Well Home of Briel,
departing 29 August in the abovewritten year:


From John de Brandon for 20 pieces
of woollen narrow cloth, 2 pieces of Irish cloth in 1 pack, worth £7 
subsidy: 7s. 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of John Broune, called Magdalene of Lynn, departing
29 August in the abovewritten year:


From John Kepe for 20 woollen
cloths in 1 bundle, worth £35 
subsidy: 35s. 

From Richard Thweyt for 17
pieces of broad cloth, 12 pieces of narrow cloth in 1 bundle, worth £20.14s. 
subsidy: 20s.8½d 

From Thomas de Keel for 13
dozen woollen broad cloths, 9 pieces of Irish cloth, worth £20 
subsidy: 20s. 

From
William Hundrepowde
for 18 worsteds, 20 pieces of damdok in 1 pack, worth £11.10s. 
subsidy: 11s.6d 
Total: £4.7s.2½d 

In the ship of Gerard van Tellet, called Christopher of Gdansk,
departing the last day of August in the abovewritten year:


From John Lok for 24 kerseys in
1 pack, worth £4.8s. 
subsidy: 4s.5d 

From Robert Baly for 2 pieces of
English white cloth, worth 20s. 
subsidy: 12d. 
Total: 5s.5d 

In the ship of Thomas Fouler, called Mary of Lynn, departing
the last day of August in the abovewritten year:


From John Waryn for woollen cloth
in 1 pack, 140 quarters of malt, worth £39.6s.8d 
subsidy: 39s.4d 

From John Wace for 23 pieces of
woollen cloth in 1 bundle, 140 quarters of malt, worth £41.5s. 
subsidy: 41s.3d 

From John Lok for 8 pieces of
woollen cloths, a halfhundred sackcloths, 2 worsteds in 1 pack,
worth £7.6s.8d 
subsidy: 7s.4d 

From the abovenamed Thomas Fouler
for 1 blanket, worth 2s.6d 
subsidy: 1½d. 

From John Whytelambe for 20
pieces of damdok, worth £6 
subsidy: 6s. 

From John Kempe for 14 pieces
of woollen cloth of 7 quarters, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 

From John de Lakynghyth for
4 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £8 
subsidy: 8s. 
Total: 112s.½d 

In the ship of Thomas Daffron, called Christopher of Lynn,
departing 5 September in the abovewritten year:


From Vermond Rener for 2 cloths,
22 dozen white cloths, 6 pieces of cloth of 6 quarters, 4 pieces of narrow
cloth, 1 kersey in 1 bundle, worth £22.4s. 
subsidy: 22s.2½d 

From the abovenamed Thomas Daffron
for 4 pieces of white cloth, 3 dozen broad cloths, 2 dozen narrow
[cloths], 5 fulled worsteds, 10
worsted says, 2 barrels of tallow, worth
108s.4d 
subsidy: 5s.5¼d 
Total: 27s.7¾d 

In the ship of Albert Heket, called Maryknyght of Elbing, departing
6 September in the abovewritten year:


From Thomas de Baldeswell for 6
cloths in 1 pack, worth £12.16s. 
subsidy: 12s.10d 

From John Draper for 18 pieces of
narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth £7 
subsidy: 7s. 
Total: 19s.10d 

In the ship of John Owtelawe, called James of Lynn, departing
6 September in the abovewritten year:


From the same John for 68 quarters
of wheat, 2 chests, worth £14.3s. 
subsidy: 14s.2d 

From
Robert de Brunham for
4 pieces of white cloth, worth 53s.4d 
subsidy: 2s.8d 

From
John de Snaylwell for
4 pieces of white cloth, worth 53s.4d 
subsidy: 2s.8d 
Total: 19s.6d 

In the ship of William de Thorpe, called Nicholas of Lynn,
departing 6 September in the abovewritten year:


From John de Wentworth for 14
woollen cloths in 1 bundle, worth £22 
subsidy: 22s. 

From John de Brandon for 14
pieces of narrow cloth called damdok, worth £4 
subsidy: 4s. 

From the abovenamed
William de Thorpe for 4 pieces of white broad cloth, 4 worsteds in 1
pack, worth 73s.4d 
subsidy: 3s.8d 

From John de Botekysham for
1½ woollen cloths, worth 70s. 
subsidy: 3s.6d 
Total: 33s.2d 

In the ship of Klaus Dyrekesson, called Christopher of Durdrecht,
departing 8 September in the abovewritten year:


From the same Klaus for 100½
calf skins, 1 piece of white broad cloth, 5 pieces of narrow cloth which
make 1 dozen, worth 41s.4d 
subsidy: 2s.1d 

From Michael Jonesson for 9 yards
of broad cloth, 6 ells of narrow cloth, 1 hood, worth 20s. 
subsidy: 1s. 

From Henry Peterson for 3 pieces
of narrow cloth, worth 20s. 
subsidy: 1s. 
Total: 4s.1d 

In the ship of William Hastyng, called Rothermund of Durdrecht,
departing 10 September in the abovewritten year:


From Andrew Skyrmer for 20 pieces
10 ells of white broad cloth, 20 pieces of damdok, 3 worsteds, 1 chest,
worth £18.10s. 
subsidy: 18s.6d 

From John Grolle for 9 pieces of
white cloth in 1 pack, worth £6.5s. 
subsidy: 6s.3d 

From
Robert de Walpol for
19 pieces of woollen cloth which make 6 cloths, 8 quintals of tallow,
worth £21 
subsidy: 21s. 

From
James Nicholasson
for 200 calf skins, worth 33s.4d 
subsidy: 20d. 
Total: 47s.5d 

In the ship of Adam de Well, called Holy Ghost of Lynn, departing
14 September in the abovewritten year:


From the same Adam for 33 quarters
of wheat, worth 110s. 
subsidy: 5s.6d 

From John de Brandon for 4 tuns
of wheat, worth 115s. 
subsidy: 5s.9d 

From John Spicer for 9 quarters
of wheat, 8 dozen cloths, 3 lasts of red herring, worth £14.10s. 
subsidy: 14s.6d 

From John de Bamburgh for cheese
worth 100s. 
subsidy: 5s. 
Total: 30s.9d 

In the ship of William Heynesson, called Goodwill of Briel,
departing 21 September in the abovewritten year:


From Henry Gylesson for 2 pieces
of Irish cloth, worth 40s. 
subsidy: 2s. 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Derek Thomasson, called Godesknyght of Briel,
departing 24 September in the abovewritten year:


From Hugh Sprog for 1 piece of
white broad cloth worth 12s. 
subsidy: 7½d 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Bartholomew Jonesson, called Maryburght of Durdrecht,
departing 24 September in the abovewritten year:


From James Michellesson for 26
pieces of Irish cloth in 1 bundle, worth £17 
subsidy: 17s. 

From Martin Bayard for 6 pieces
of woollen cloth, 8 weys of tallow, worth £14 
subsidy: 14s. 

From Henry van Akyn for 5 pieces
of Irish cloth in 1 pack, worth 76s. 
subsidy: 3s.10d 

From John Westefalyng for 4 pieces
of broad cloth, 14 pieces of narrow cloth, worth £8.4s. 
subsidy: 8s.2½d 

From Robert de Botekysham for
5 pieces of white cloth in 1 pack, worth 70s. 
subsidy: 3s.6d 
Total: 46.6½d 

In the ship of James Hubbyng, called Margaret of Lynn, departing
1 October in the abovewritten year:


From John de Botekesham for
40 quarters of wheat, 1 last of red herring, worth £9 
subsidy: 9s. 

From Robert de Botekysham for
106 quarters of wheat, worth £15.9s. 
subsidy: 15s.5½d 

From John de Letham for 3 tuns of
wheat, half a last of red herring, worth 75s. 
subsidy: 3s.9d 

From John Wace for 1 last of
herring worth 70s. 
subsidy: 3s.6d 

From John de Markeby for 3 pieces
of woollen cloth which make 1 cloth, worth 30s. 
subsidy: 18d. 

From Robert Gardener for 1 folding
table, worth 4s. 
subsidy: 2½d. 
Total: 33s.5d 

In the ship of John de Wyssebeche, called Michael of Lynn,
departing 4 October in the abovewritten year:


From Thomas Kechesson for 2 pieces
of white cloth, worth 16s.8d 
subsidy: 10d. 

From John Waryn for 160 quarters
of wheat, 1000 "tunholt", 20 pieces of woollen cloth in 1 pack, worth £39.13s.4d 
subsidy: 39s.8d 

From Adam Waryn for 8 woollen
cloths in 1 pack, worth £12 
subsidy: 12s. 

From Henry Dey for 120 quarters
of wheat, worth £20 
subsidy: 20s. 

From Peter de Halle for 60
quarters of wheat, worth £10 
subsidy: 10s. 

From Reginald de Wyssebeche for
1 tun of wheat, worth 14s. 
subsidy: 8½d. 

From
John de Bukworth and
Adam Borde for 3 tuns of wheat, worth 42s. 
subsidy: 2s.1¼d 

From John Wryght and
John de Wyssebech for 2 tuns of wheat, worth 28s. 
subsidy: 17d. 

From Peter de Halle for 1 tun of
wheat, worth 14s. 
subsidy: 8½d. 

From
John de Brunham for
4 tuns of wheat, worth 53s.4d 
subsidy: 2s.8d 

From Robert Neefe for 1 last of
red herring, worth 53s.4d 
subsidy: 2s.8d 

From John Drewe for 30 tuns
wheat worth £20 
subsidy: 20s. 

From Richard de Fransham for
6 dozen woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth 110s. 
subsidy: 5s.6d 

From John de Snaywell for 1
dozen white woollen cloths, worth 13s.4d. 
subsidy: 8d. 
Total: 118s.11¼d 

In the ship of John Cattes, called Godesknyght of Briel, departing
20 October in the abovewritten year:


From Lambert Ryke for 1 piece of
broad cloth, 10 yards of narrow cloth, 6 yards of russett cloth, worth
13s.4d 
subsidy: 8d. 

From Adrian Ordesson for 3 pieces
of white cloth, worth 30s. 
subsidy: 18d. 
Total: 2s.2d 

In the ship of Henry Cunst, called Maryknyght of Gdansk, departing
21 October in the abovewritten year:


From the same Henry for 3 woollen
cloths in 1 pack, worth £8 
subsidy: 8s. 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Flores Bonard, called Godesknyght of Briel,
departing the last day of October in the abovewritten year:


From John de Brandon for 7 pieces
of Irish cloth, 113 mantles, 11 pieces of damdok, 5 barrels of tallow,
worth £13.10s. 
subsidy: 13s.6d 

From Giles Boggard for 6 pieces
of white woollen cloth in 1 pack, worth 60s. 
subsidy: 3s. 

From John de Lakynghyth for
26 pieces of narrow cloth, 3 pieces of broad cloth, 3 blankets in 1 pack, worth £18 
subsidy: 18s. 

From John van Gyff for 3 pieces
of broad cloth, 6 pieces of narrow cloth in 1 pack, worth £6.10s.8d 
subsidy: 6s.7d 

From John Bakker for 300
calf skins, worth 56s. 
subsidy: 2s.10d 
Total: 43s.9d 

In the ship of William Pott', called Holy Ghost of Rotterdam,
departing the last day of October in the abovewritten year:


From
Nicholas Martyn for 8
barrels of beer, worth 13s.4d 
subsidy: 8d. 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Everard Howmeystre, called Maryknyght of Gdansk,
departing 12 November in the abovewritten year:


From the same Everard for 2
woollen cloths, 12 blankets in 1 pack, worth £6 
subsidy: 6s. 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Klaus Everrardesson, called Paschedey of Schiedam,
departing 15 December in the abovewritten year:


From the same Klaus for 22 stones
of lead, worth 28s. 
subsidy: 17d. 

From Robert de Botekysham for
30 tuns of ale, 2 lasts of ashes, 60 goat skins, worth £29 
subsidy: 29s. 
Total: 30s.5d 

In the ship of James Dwyte, called Christopher of Elbing,
departing 22 December in the abovewritten year:


From the same James for 1½
woollen cloths, 2 worsteds in 1 pack, worth £4 
subsidy: 4s. 

From Henry Pay for 1 woollen
cloth, 3 worsteds in 1 pack, worth 60s. 
subsidy: 3s. 
Total: 7s. 

In the ship of John Crabowe, called Maryknyght of Gdansk,
departing 29 December in the abovewritten year:


From Thomas de Waterden for 5
woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £10.13s.4d 
subsidy: 10s.8d 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Henry Thomasson, called Goodwill of Aremuth,
departing the last day of October in the abovewritten year:


From Arnold van Mastreght for
thrums in 1 bale, worth 8s. 
subsidy: 5d. 

From Giles de Pynchebek for 5
pieces of white cloth which make 2 cloths, worth £4.10s. 
subsidy: 4s.6d 

From the same Giles for 6
hoods lined with rabbit fur, worth 13s.4d 
subsidy: 8d. 

From the abovenamed Henry of
1 quarter of a cloth, worth 5s. 
subsidy: 3d. 

From Bartholomew Pewdrer for
2 pieces of white cloth, worth 26s.8d. 
subsidy: 16d. 

From John Bakester for 10
pieces of narrow cloth called "damdok" in 1 pack, worth 70s. 
subsidy: 3s.6d 
Total: 10s.8d 

In the ship of Mathew Elwer, called Christopher of Gdansk,
departing the last day of December in the abovewritten year:


From the same Matthew for 1
woollen cloth, 2 worsteds, worth 60s. 
subsidy: 3s. 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of John Canforre, called Maryknyght of Gdansk,
departing 20 January in the abovewritten year:


From John for 2 woollen cloths,
30 blankets in 1 pack, worth £9 
subsidy: 9s. 
Total: as appears
[above] 

In the ship of Benedict Jonesson, called Maryknyght of Gdansk,
departing 27 January in the abovewritten year:


From Thomas de Waterden for
6 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £12 
subsidy: 12s. 

From Thomas Trussebut for 3
woollen cloths, 9 kerseys in 1 pack, worth £8.6s.8d 
subsidy: 8s.4d 

From John de Wesenham for 24
dozen woollen cloths, 40 blankets in 1 bundle, worth £30 
subsidy: 30s. 

From
William Erle for 1 woollen
cloth, worth 46s. 
subsidy: 2s.4d 

From John Drewe for 20 worsteds
in 1 pack, worth £7 
subsidy: 7s. 

From Thomas de Baldeswell for 1
piece of woollen cloth, 38 blankets in 1 pack, worth £7.10s. 
subsidy: 7s.6d 

From John Lok for 18 kerseys,
3 woollen cloths in 1 pack, worth £8 
subsidy: 8s. 
Total: 75s.2d 
