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The Black Book of Warwick, CR 1618/W19/6, Warwickshire County Record Office. 

Into this:-

“At whiche daie thole Companye aswell the Baylief as the more parte of the xii principall Burgesses being assembled in their comen hall to receyve thaccompt of Danyel Haylye Bailief for the yere passed of the said Borough. and perusing the same found thathe demanded for his twoo dynners the some of v li xiiis iid whiche the said Companye thought to moche”.

Or into modern English:-

“At which day the whole company as well the Bailiff as the more part of the twelve principal burgesses being assembled in their common hall to receive the account of Daniel Hayley Bailiff for the year past of the said Borough. And perusing the same found that he demanded for his two dinners the sum of ¬£5 13 shillings 2 pence which the said company thought too much.”

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