f 46 (25 October–25 October)
|Imprimis for byffe||v s. ij d.|
|Itim for iiij gysse||iiij s. vj
|Itim for iiij pygges||iij s. x d.|
|Itim for ij dossin of bread & ij penyworth||ij s. ij d.|
|Itim for a stryke of malt||ij s. ij d.|
|Itim for spys||iiij d.|
|Itim for mustard||ij d.|
|Itim <...> to ye wyfes||xij d.|
|Itim to gabrell||vj d.|
|some xix s. x d.|
Record title: Corvisors' and Curriers' Guild
Repository: Chetham's Library
Repository location: Manchester
The Lichfield Corvisors' and Curriers' Accounts migrated by unknown means to Manchester, where they are now preserved at Chetham's Library. The accounting year began on St Crispin's Day (25 October), on which day a guild dinner was held. A second dinner was held on Corpus Christi Day, but there is no evidence that it was associated with a civic procession at the late date of preservation of these accounts.
c 1562–1623; English; paper; 21 leaves; 412mm x 155mm; modern pencil foliation 41–62; 3 gatherings bound into a booklet, some repair where pages have been torn when booklet folded across at some time; bound in parchment from old (presumably religious) MS, inner cover has 4 columns written at right angles to the booklet, outer cover is written the same way up as the folios of the booklet; flaps on front and rear outer covers, lower half of leather spine and part of the original binding thong survive.