Sale from John Archer esquire of Tonworth' in the county of Warwycke to James Amer' of the same of the timber in a grove called Charlcote grove which the said James had bought from the said John, the said James to have all the timber then growing on the said grove since the last felling, but to leave all the timber then felled, the said James to have all the wood then growing in the said grove except the lopps on the old trees on the banks, the said James to leave 500 'ryalles' of oak and ash able to stand by themselves; the said James to pay to the said John £10, 40s. at the following Michaelmas, 40s. at the Purification of Our Lady [2 February], 40s. at the next Michaelmas, 40s. at the next Purification of Our Lady and 40s. at the next Michaelmas; the said James agreed that if he happened to 'vttur' more timber or coles before any of the terms listed worth more than the said £10 that he would pay for this timber and wood at the rate of 18 pence a dozen; the said James to have 3 years for the 'vtturans' of the said grove and that during this term he should preserve the underwoods; the said James was to give the said John 6 bags of coles, 3 at the feast of Peter in Cathedra [22 February] next and the other three before Easter next and also a good load of coles of 8 quarters before the following Christmas. Dated, 21 Henry VII. Octagonal seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in. Endorsed: [Early 16th cent] Jamis Collyar' Charlecotte groove English, parchment, 81/2 x 51/2 in., indented.