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History of the Church and Manor of Wigan.

thrave of otes : 2 thrave of beanes I receaved of James Leigh... Md, I bargained w^ him & Roger Brown- low (including George Birchall of the honyst yard) that they should rent the said corn of Orrell for 6 yeares more paying £1% yearly for the com only ; and all other tithes they must pay in kind to me : this £1^ they must pay me yearly in my house at Wigan 2° februarii: so if they shall dislike their bargaine at Michelmas yf^^ shall be Ao 161 8, or befor, they shall not be bound to hold it after- wards. Pcmbcrto'corne ftfn, for tith come of Pemberton this yeare being wheat 4 thrave (which I took home to my house and I did not value); but barley 153 thrave; otes 269 thrave ; beanes 6 thrave ; value- ing barly at 3^ 4d the thrave, otes at 2* 6d, & beanes at 3' 4^, I sold it this yeare to Wm. Wakefield to be p<* me at Candlemas next for ;fss, & he must bear all charges & I pay only for barn rent ... Hindly come fi^n. for tith corne of Hindly this yeare, being 30 thrave of wheat, 86 of barly, 265 of otes & 7 of beanes. Also for the tith corne of Aspool, being 96 thrave of barly & 255 thrave of otes & 3 thrave of beanes ; all w^^ I sold to Wm. Wakefield, Laur : Prescot, Ezek. Diglis &c. for £^0 reserving to myself 5 3 thrave of otes w<^^ yelded

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