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*H1330'''A: London. Magister Jacobus de Ispania [author of Speculum Musicae?] v William Rudyard, action of account and v. Reginald de Vylour de Lyngham, action of account [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/E3/CP40no280/aCP40no280fronts/IMG_0440.htm]. Other references to him [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/E3/CP40no279/aCP40no279fronts/IMG_0077.htm,] 1332 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT1/E3/CP40no292/aCP40no292fronts/IMG_0061.htm] SB
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*H1330'''A: London. Magister Jacobus de Ispania [author of Speculum Musicae?] v William Rudyard, action of account and v. Reginald de Vylour de Lyngham, action of account [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/E3/CP40no280/aCP40no280fronts/IMG_0440.htm], action of debt, mesne process [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT1/E3/CP40no281/aCP40no281fronts/IMG_0016.htm]. Other references to him [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/E3/CP40no279/aCP40no279fronts/IMG_0077.htm,] 1332 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT1/E3/CP40no292/aCP40no292fronts/IMG_0061.htm] SB
 
*H1330'''B: Cambridgeshire. Magister Jacobus de Bologna, parson of the church of Caxton [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/E3/CP40no280/aCP40no280fronts/IMG_0616.htm] SB
 
*H1330'''B: Cambridgeshire. Magister Jacobus de Bologna, parson of the church of Caxton [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/E3/CP40no280/aCP40no280fronts/IMG_0616.htm] SB
  

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  • H1307 A: Hertf'. Bartholomeus le Mareys, merchant of Lucca [1] SB

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  • P1308 A: Albert Fulbert of Florence [2], [3] SJ
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  • T1308 A: Ansem de Alemanie [5] SJ
  • T1308 B: Kent. Peter de Hibernia of London [6]SJ
  • T1308 C: Bed'. Walter de Hibernia, parson of Dene [7] SJ
  • M1308 A: London: Andre le Fisicion de Paris [8] SB

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  • H1315 A. Godescalum Crane de Alleman [9] SB
  • H1315 B. Norfolk. Richard de Allmeyne de Bekeswell, Gundreda his wife; Henry de Allemeyne [10]SB

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  • T1319 A: Buk'. Ambelius de Brabancia v Richard Confot and Nichola his wife, debt of £20. Mesne process [11]SJ

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  • M1320 A: Surr'. John de Bolonia de London v. Richard edward and Richard de Talkworth, debts of £6 10s each. [12] SJ

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  • H1330A: London. Magister Jacobus de Ispania [author of Speculum Musicae?] v William Rudyard, action of account and v. Reginald de Vylour de Lyngham, action of account [13], action of debt, mesne process [14]. Other references to him [15] 1332 [16] SB
  • H1330B: Cambridgeshire. Magister Jacobus de Bologna, parson of the church of Caxton [17] SB

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  • M1354 A: Buk'. John de Colonia v. John Milne. Account. Not explizitly said that John de Colonia is a foreigner; second entry mentions his wife, Dulcia in a suit against John de Dagworth [18] SJ


T1359 A: London. Protection of foreign merchants in London by great council. [19]

  • E1360 A: London. Matthew Noire of Florence v. Michael Gerard of Florence. Trespass. [20] rcp


  • T1404 A:Sussex. William Hecchurst turned approver and appealed Henry Braban, Fleming, webbe of two thefts. Henry Braban appeared in court and produced a non molestando writ dated 14 June 5 Henry IV which recited the general pardon granted to all the king's lieges and 'subditis' in England, parts of Wales and Marches of Scotland in the January parliament 1404 [21] SJ

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  • H1362 A: Ebor'. Nicholas Negrebon lumbard v. Simon Castelion lumbard, debt £20 [22] [23] SB

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