6 October 1309 *

[The standard] weights and measures are to remain in the keeping of the steward and bailiffs, and profits from their application are to belong to the Bishop without any objection from mayor and community, except amercements resulting from presentments in the leet court.

[Weights and measures were to be presented for examination at the annual leet court, so that their accuracy could be checked, as was required by royal decree; townsmen failing to bring them were fined.]