The household book of Dame Alice de Bryene, of Acton hall, Suffolk, Sept. 1412-Sept. 1413
W.E. Harrison, 1931 - England - 145 pages
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20 pigeons 30 black 40 white Agnes Whyte bailiff black loaves boon-workers bought bread brewing capon chicken Colbrook conies dinner 18 dinner 20 drage fodder Foxherde friars of Sudbury gall Guests haddocks half a salt harvest-reeve hay from stock hellier hundred oysters 2d John Blake John Teyler John Webbe John Whyte joint of mutton Kitchen Kitchen—20 red Kitchen—half a salt Kitchen—one quarter lady's maidservant malt whereof manor Margaret Sampsom mate merchant's horse oats Pantry Pantry—46 white plaice Provender—hay from stock Purchases—a hundred oysters Purchases—beef and pork Purchases—nil quarter of bacon quarter of beef rector of Wythersfeld remained repast Richard Barbour Robert Mose salt fish Saltwell Sir Richard Waldegrave stock for 9 stockfish Sudbury Sum of purchases supper 18 supper 20 Thomas Barbour Thomas Malcher Thurs Tues vender—hay from stock whence came 112 whereof newly-baked whereof one qr whole day wife of John wine from supply