MINISTERS' ACCOUNTS, CHESTER, BUNDLE 771, No. 6, PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE. No. 4. Chamberlain's Account, 1305-6. Account of Hugo de Leominster, Chamberlain of Ches- ter, concerning all the receipts and expenses, costs and deliveries made by the same Hugo with respect to the issues of the Counties of Chester and Flynt, from the Feast of St. Michael in the 33rd year of the reign of the Lord King Edward ending, until tha same feast in the 34th year following (Sep. 29, 1305-Sep. 29, 1306). RECEIPTS of the County of Flint. Bailiwick of Overton. From Ivo de Sulton, bailiff of the manor of Overton, from the issues of the same manor from the Feast of S. Michael in the aforesaid year until the same feast in the following year as appears in the particulars delivered at the treasury by the same Ivo 1201. 18s. old. Total 1201. 18s. oM. Bailiwick of Hope. From Robert de Buckenhale, bailiff of the lands of Hope, from the issues of those lands from the Feast of S. Michael in the aforesaid year