Westminster Hall

Appointment of John GodmesttW clerk to cause the great Hall to be repaired, taking the necessary masons, carpenters and labourers wherefor whenever found except in the fee of the church, with power to arrest and imprison contrariants, until further order and also to take stone, timber, tiles and other materials for the same at the King's charges and to sell branches, bark and other remnants of trees provided for the said hall, as well as the old timber from it and from an old bridge near the palace by view and testimony of the King's controller of the said works for the time being accounting for the moneys so received and recei\ing in that office wages and fees at the discretion of the Treasurer of England.

By Bill of Treasurer.

westminster hall.

An eleventh-century Hall with a late fourteenth-centurj Roof.

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