The Prioress of Clerkenwell requests a remedy for the fact that the people of London trample down and destroy her corn and her meadows with their miracle-plays and their wrestling-matches, so that she can get not profit from her lands, and can have no remedy against them at law.
Nature of endorsement:
The constable has been ordered not to permit etc.
Clerkenwell, [Middlesex]; London.
Probably from the reign of Edward I, and assigned notionally here to the last quarter of the thirteenth century.