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1374 - Robert Loxle

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Date 1374
Topic Robert Loxle to deliver spoils from foreign vessels to Italian merchants

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-16. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-16.

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[12 July 1374:]
Commission to Ralph de Ferrers, Thomas de Reyns, lieutenant of the constable of Dover castle and of the warden of the Cinque Ports, Walter de Leycestre and James Lyouns, serjeants-at-arms, William Ermyn, clerk, Robert Notyngham and Robert Loxle to deliver to certain merchants of Cateloign, Genoa, Naples, Florence and Melan their share of the goods lately taken in three tarets of Cateloign, Genoa and Naples by certain of the king’s subjects at sea and in the parts of La Rye and brought within the realm, which goods have been placed in safe keeping at the king’s order by Walter [p. 493:] and James; and to make inquisition in the counties of Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Southampton touching all such goods not yet placed in safe keeping, cause the same or their value to be delivered to the merchants, and arrest and commit to prison all who are contrariant in the execution of the premises; provided that any goods of the king’s enemies found in the said tarets be answered for at the Exchequer. By C.[1]

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Membrane 4d of the Patent Roll for 48 Edward III – Part I. Marginal note: "July 12. Westminster". IRHB's brackets.

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