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1 96 History of the Church and Manor oj Wigan. It for Lightshaw medow there, being 12 acres at 4** the acre x. d, for w«h they owe 4 o Dalton haiy It. for Dalton hay, w^ii is taken in in kind by Mr. Ashurst & w^^^ doe pay e^y of them 3' 4^ is 6 8 but I rec no money set debent Calves Itm, I receaved of Tho. Jolly of Abram for one tith calf 8^ wherof I gave him back 38. //. he p<^ me for 12 kine i* 060 //. Mr. Bolton of Abram owes for a tith calf, he offered me 2® for it w^^ I refused, now he shall pay lO* w^^ I receaved 29 March o 10 o It. Raph Haroby, the goodman of Kertles owes me for a tith calf & for lamb ... & wool ... & pig ... & goose ... & for tith hay ... for he p<* nothing in lieu of it //. Mr. Philip Langton of the Low p^ but 5^ for his smal tithes & he had 20 lambs, 30 old sheep, 2 calves, besides pigs geese & all Easter dutyes : but he promised Wm. Wakefield i4oSept. that he would content me & give so much as his tithes were worth. He p<* me since for it o 17 o //. Peter Kitts of Hindly or Aspool had 12 kine & calves, as Henry Renolds tells me who saw them when he min- istered physick to him the last Easter."
The statement made to the archbishop as to the amount of the first year's income is doubtless taken from his own figures in the private Leger Book, where he has summed up the total