Appendix B. MINISTERS' ACCOUNTS, CHESTER, BUNDLE 771, No. 1, PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE, 1301-2, From the Receipts of the County of Chester. From Thomas de Makesfeld, bailiff of the manors of Makesfeld and Overton, holding the same manors with their appurtenances and issues at farm for the present year for 2201. payable at the Chester Exchequer at the Feast of St. Michael, for that farm for the aforesaid present year 2201. From the Expenses. Works done in the manors of Macclesfield and Overton. To Thomas de Macclesfield, farmer of the manors of Maccles- field and Overton for money paid by him for enclosing anew the garden of the Lord Prince at Overton, both with palings and with a thorn hedge called Hurzun 32s. 5d. To the same Thomas for repairing and cleaning the pond of the Lord Prince under the site of the castle there together with the enclosure of the same pond us. BUNDLE 771, No. 2, 1302-3. From the Receipts of the County of Chester. The Earl's Demesnes let at farm. From Master John Burgoillon bailiff of the manors of Macclesfcld and Overton, holding the same manors with their appurtenances and