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1st. October Wednesday
Some leather-dressers, having begun operations in wet-dressing of leather near the well and washing-place, are admonished by the Court Leet to remove. October 1. (Earwaker’s Records.)(7)

1st. October Wednesday
Randall Lyghe and Richard Wirrall appointed wettes (minstrels) of Manchester. The Court Leet record states: “They shall play morning and evening together, and that they shall not absent themselves without license of the steward and twenty of the persons at least.” October 1.(7)