|Description||The charter of 1205 [HB1/1/1] is confirmed. For an increase in the fee farm of £20, the burgesses are granted all tolls on goods sold in St Ives, including all tolls taken during the St Ives Fair. Huntingdon is to have an annual fair to begin on the Monday before Ascension Day and to last for the following ten days. |
Witnesses: Gwydo de Leringua; William de Valence; Peter de Savoy; John Mansell, Provost of Beverley; Peter Chaceport, Archdeacon of Wells; Master William de Kilkenny, Archdeacon of Coventry; Bertram de Cryoll; Artaldus de Sanctus Romanus; Robert de Shotendon; Richard de Saint Mary; John de Geres; and others.
Given by the hand of: the King.