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Bury-St-Edmunds Waits



Accounts of the Feoffees of the Town Lands of Bury St Edmunds, 1569-1622, By Margaret Statham

This item was kindly submitted by Alan Radford, 26 Feb 2016.

1621:   Liveries to the waytes of the towne

1622:   And of £3 7s 0d paide to Mr Bright for 7 yardes of blew cloth at 9s 0d the yard for liveries for the towne waytes

1622:   And of ten shillinges given to the towne waytes at both these dynners

1622:   "And of £3 7s 0d paide to Mr Bright for 7 yardes of blew cloth at 9s 0d the yard for liveries for the towne waytes, in the time when Mr Roberte Browne was receiver."

1622:   "And of £2 14s 6d paide to the goldsmith for the silver cognizaunces for the waites of the towne."

1622:   "And of ten shillinges given to the towne waytes at both these dynners."





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