18 February 1340

All grain brought by barge to Lynn should be sold at "le cornsondes" and nowhere else. If any burgess buys at any other location grain brought in this way, he shall pay 20s. to the community each time he commits the offence.

[The "cornsondes" was probably a designated area of the sandy Ouse shoreline. The record of this ordinance was followed by another that was unfinished, but apparently of the same tenor in regard to herring and other fish.]