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- TNA SP 12/39, 27. 1566 February 1. Certificate of Commissioners for survey of Ports and Havens in the county of Carmarthen. Abergwylly.
- TNA SP 12/39, 28. 1566 February 8. Licence for the exportation of certain quantities of barley and malt to the Low Countries; and for sale of grain to London and other parts of the realm.
- TNA SP 12/39, 29. 1566 February 8. Commissioners for the Ports in Flintshire to the Council. Certify particulars of the Welsh Lake, the only creek for ships, and of three other creeks for boats and barges, within the said county.
- TNA SP 12/39, 30. 1566 February 12. Proclamation against excess in apparel, and for restraining the use and length of arms and weapons. Greenwich.
- TNA SP 12/39, 31. 1566 February 20. Earl of Leicester to Sir Wm. Cecil. Thanks for his gentle and friendly letter, by which he perceives how far Her Majesty has resolved. There is nothing which would settle her in good estate better than marriage. Nothing has been done in the matter of enclosures for Buckinghamshire.
- TNA SP 12/39, 32. 1566 February 20. The Queen to Winchester. Limiting what persons of the Household, Noblemen, Bishops, Privy Councillors, Judges, &c. shall be exempt from the impost on French wines.
- TNA SP 12/39, 33. 1566 February 20. Licence by the Queen for her servants to wear such apparel as they shall have of her gift, out of the Great Wardrobe.
- TNA SP 12/39, 34. 1566 February. Copy of TNA SP 12/39, 33.
- TNA SP 12/39, 35. 1566 February 21. List of persons licensed by the Queen, being officers and servants of Her Household, to wear certain apparel according to the degree of rank allowed by the proclamation.
- TNA SP 12/39, 36. 1566 February 24. The Queen to Winchester. Licence to allow the exportation of certain cloths to Sweden, at the request of the Lady Cecilia.
- TNA SP 12/39, 37. 1566 February. Henry Cheke to Cecil. Expresses his desire to gratify him, and returns him thanks. Greek.
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