1564/5 March

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March 1564/5

Digital images of TNA SP 12 volume 36 are here http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/SP12/SP12%5F36/

  • TNA SP 12/36, 23. 1564/5 March 14. John Fecknam, Priest, to Sir Wm. Cecil. Forwards the correspondence between himself and the Bishop of Winchester touching the Queen's supremacy, in which he requested to be instructed on that point by authority of the Scriptures, Doctors, and General Councils.
  • TNA SP 12/36, 24. 1564/5 March 14. Justices of Northamption to Sir Wm. Cecil and Sir Walter Mildmay. The inhabitants of the hundred of Neasabrough refuse to supply provisions for the Queen's household. Request to have some special warrant to compel them.
  • TNA SP 12/36, 25. 1564/5 March 20. Tho. Thurland, Master of the Savoy, to Cecil. Has received his letters, with the report and assay of the copper ore. The report made by those who assayed it is incorrect.
  • TNA SP 12/36, 26. 1564/5 March 20. Proclamation against forcibly resisting process issued out of sundry Courts of Record.
  • TNA SP 12/36, 27. 1564/5 March. Fair copy of TNA SP 12/36, 26 with further corrections.

March 1565

  • TNA SP 12/36, 28. 1565 March 25. Sir Ric. Malorye, Lord Mayor of London, to Cecil. Informs him of the regulations made for the sale of butter, eggs, and butchers meat in the city. March 1565. Incloses TNA SP 12/36, 28. I.
  • TNA SP 12/36, 28. I. 1565 March. Recognizance for keeping a victualling house in the city of London.
  • TNA SP 12/36, 29. 1565 March 26. Account of ordnance and munitions to be provided for supply of the Office of Ordnance.
  • TNA SP 12/36, 30. 1565 March 31. "Estimate for the funeralles of ye Lady Marques" of [Northamption]. Containing particulars of may curious items incidental to the funeral of a personage of high rank.
  • TNA SP 12/36, 31. 1565 March 31. Account of the debts of the Lady Marques, amounting to 1,879l. 6s. 8d.
  • TNA SP 12/36, 32. 1565 March 31. Memorandum of instructions, by Humphry Marbury, addressed to his cousin, Marbury, for purchasing certain quantities of grain in France.

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