3. Whether hath there beene any fighting, chiding, brawling, or quarrelling, any plaies, feasts, temporall Courts or Leets, lay Iuries, musters, or other prophane vsage in your Church or Churchyard: any bels superstitiously rung on holy dayes or their Eues, or at any other time, without good cause allowed by the Minister and Churchwardens: haue any trees beene felled in your churchyard, and by whom?
Record title: Bishop Lancelot Andrewes' Visitation Articles
Lancelot Andrewes (1555–1626) was educated at Pembroke College, Cambridge, and appointed successively bishop of Chichester, 1605–9, Ely, 1609–18, and Winchester, 1618–26 (P.E. McCullough, 'Andrewes, Lancelot (1555–1626),' ODNB, accessed 17 August 2021).
Articles | To be inquired of by the Church-wardens and | sworne-men, in the ordinarie visitation of the Reuerend Father | in God, Lancelot Lord Bishop of Elie, | within the Diocesse of Elie, | Ann. 1613. At Cambridge | Printed by Cantrell Legge. | 1613. STC: 10196.