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\Vherfore 1 pray yow to coraown wyth Brews and Paston, and lo put in artycles be thei 149 THE PASTON LETTERS, (a. day of August .» i%J^ To my ryghl trusty and entierly we&dovyd TTuitias £rewes, S^uyer. M,] Th U Hfluld tc CDi by inlcmal evidence id be the Ic Licr afck CUHe writtea hf Oxford To tht Bt Vr of MDrfolki which ihc Earl mcniiont in h'n Irnter IQ John Fa UQn ur iha aist At Jiuit. [j^aoo] and more ; and the seid manoir, after the seid riottous entre, kept with strong hande in manere of wetre, as weel ayenst your seid besecher and his feffees, as ayenst oon of the Kyngges justicez of the pees iij the seid shire, chat come thedir to execute the statutes ordeigned and provyded ayenst suche forcible entrees and kepyng of possessions with force, as it appiereth by recorde of the seid justice ceitifyed in to the Chaun- cerie ; and yet the seid Lord Molens the same manoir kepith with force and strengthe ayenst the fourme of the seid statutes ; Please it your reverent Fadiihood and gracioui Lordship, these premisses considered, to graunte on to your seid besecher for his feffees by hym to be named a special assise* ayenst the seid Lord Molens, Alianore, and John Heidon, and othir to be named by your seid besecher, and also an oyer 4 fcn. MS and determyner' ayenst the seid Lord Molens, John Heidon, and othir of the seid rio Lous peple in like foiitroe to be named, to enquere, liere and determyn all trespaccs, extorcioos, riotles, forcible entrees, nuyntenaunces,* champerties,' embraceries,* offenses, and mesprisio DS ^ by hem or ony of hem doen, als wecl atte sute of our sovereign Lord the Kyng, as of your seid besecher and his seid fel Tees, and every of hem, or of ony olhir of the Kyngges lieges ; atte reverence af God, and in weye of chariie. And if he were disposed to do right, oiy CDimsell thynketh he shuld restore that, for therfor nedith nowthir co- munycacion nor trete. Has no word f Tom them of the coirection and enf TTOssing of the damages done to him by divers cneo in Nariblk, of part o? Also, Sir, thynk on Yemcmouth , that ze ordeyne that John Jenney, or Limnour, or sum 'good man be burgeys for Yememouth. »53 Moleyns; and, Sir, late the cctye be wa«, for he wyll do ^' hem a velony, but yf he may have hese men ; and. by Fenn, wu dou ULen Ihe copy nf K17 Loftl of Yi'rk't " bi U ' vhii Ji William Wayie ical t Q John PAKan, nt RMDCiancd in llic tad of (he tatr ktlcr^ Richard, Duke of York, his Pei Uum to Kyng Henry for the puny skemeni of Treytors, Ssfc. D.i4Sa endited of treson, and other beyng openly noysed of the same; wherfore for gret inconveniens that have r fallen, and grelt is lyke to fallen her after in your seid I reamc, which God defende, but if[uri/^ss] be your Hygh- \ nesse provysion convenable be mad for Jew reforma- \cion and punysliment in this behalf; Wherfore I, your nurable suget and lyge man, Richard, Duke of York, willyng as etfectually as I kan, and desiryng suertc and prosperite of your most roia Jl person, and welfare of this your noble reame, councel and advertyse your exce JJenl, for the conversacion [ratiserva/ion] of good tranquillite and pesable rewle among all trew sogelts, for to ordeyn and provyde that dcwe justice be had a yenst all such that ben so endited or openly so noysed : wher inne 1 offre, and wol put me in devour for to execute your comaundements in thes premises of such offenders, and recbesse of the seid mysrewlers to my myth and power. people as ye may gete for oure ivorehip at tbii lyine ; 1 for we will be there like oure estate in oure best mse without any delay. Item, the day oi oier and teraiyner shall holde at Norwich on Moneday next comyng, and by thai cause iny Lord of Oxenford shall be disported of his comyng to the Parlement for to attende to the Sessions of oier, &c. with my cousin Fastou, made late to my Loid Noriollc was right well avised, in case that the Justice sboidd be Count Ermanded. J I Aa iaquiiitiou taken by Che e Khealor of a county by virtue of hia cffioe »u frequenily called as "offin." \M object wu 10 iuic«niu Q Ihe Kiaf't bile (o certain landb * Thomas Bert wma pre Kaled Co Hay Lctdim by Sir Joho Fa Motfin t^^L *» m*l HBlf KY ri, ifr S 124. ne by his attumey, at no sesionsofairii'rff/-«y Hfrholdeninthesaidcoume; plese the Kyng and Lords forsaid, to comitte the said Sir Thomas Tudenham to preson, ther to abide til in to the tyme that he to the said inditemcnts hath answerid, and to the billes and compleynts of the said inliabi- tauntz in fourme of law. bm k U not n Lea^a Qcd id ttoa't Enat L 913 THE PASTON LETTERS. 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Bokkyng wrius that a wril of ratishme Ht dt gan U is taken, and Wen Ewonb'* counsel "call sore upon the action of zoo marlis in the Commo Q Picas, and John Aadreai is ready there, and wrils of Mfiai ayenst John Poner u ncll as ayenst Sii Tbomos." Begi him la hasten lo London, as there is great labour ngninst our inteti L Weiitworth has go L Debcnham, Raddyf T, and others in my Lord's house against ui. refc Tfncei la Oiii leticr latli BBftau-of Ihcmrdihip.pudlothe KCMiifl agu RBi Jalm Pcvtcr tad Sir Thoo HB Uow Et, jt U ihow Lui it lc Joup 10 tb* ytai ujs-] 246. And also all my Lord of Warrewikke men, my Lord of York men, and also my Lord of Solesbury men goo with hames, and in hames with Strang wepotis, and have stuffed their Lordes barges full ot wepon dayly unto Westminster. inriommc, A9 \t vu finiw4Kd by Jobn f H5Ioa ai Norwich the ^cry diy i , «.s^ ivtiiun, whereas in Jutif 1461 Pasloq wn« b Lun Uop, Moreovtf, it CO" . 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