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<p>"Item, quod petrus frankeleyne vi … <p>"Item, quod petrus frankeleyne vid posuit iiiixx ovesin le stoball field contra ordinacionem."</p>
<p>Source: National Stoolball Association, "A Brief History of Stoolball," [mimeo, author and date unspecified], page 2. This wording is reportedly found in "an extract from the rolls of the Court Baron of the Royal Manor of Kirklington, belonging to the Duchy of Lancaster (16<sup>th</sup> Century), under the heading of trespass." <b>Note:</b> We need a citation here, and a reason for assigning the 1523 date. The relation of stoball to stoolball remains under dispute, with many observers seeing stoball as an early golf-like game. Can we obtain a good translation and interpretation of this quotation?</p> nterpretation of this quotation?</p>