August 1491

Each year the chamberlains are to collect and receive all the customs called murage, and honestly [i.e. without any fraud] deliver the same to the muragers, by [record of] indentured bills to be made between them. At accounting time the chamberlains are to give an honest account of their receipts and of the delivery of the murage money, and the muragers are to account under oath for the expenses [paid] therefrom.