1565/6 January

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January 1565/6

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  • TNA SP 12/39, 1. 1566 January 2. Commissioners for Ports, &c. in Cardiganshire, to the Council. Report proceedings under their commission. Cardigan. Incloses TNA SP 12/39, 1. i.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 1. i. 1566 January. Description of the nature of the haven of Cardigan, and of other creeks and landing places in the county. 1566
  • TNA SP 12/39, 2. 1566 January 2. The Queen to Marq. Winchester. To give licence for certain cloths to be exported to Sweden, at the request of the Lady Cecilia.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 3. 1566 January 4. The Queen to Marq. Winchester. In favour of Wm. Allyn and others of the Merchant Adventurers Company, for money due for customs.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 4. 1566 January 4. Order taken by Sir Wm. Cecil, relative to certain contentions between Dr. Caius, Master and Founder of Gonville and Caius College, and Mr. Stephen Warner and other Fellows of the said College.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 5. 1566 January 7. Petition of Stephen Warner and Robert Spencer, Fellows of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, to Cecil, praying for mitigation of the order in TNA SP 12/39, 4.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 6. 1566 January 8. Commissioners for Ports, &c. in Radnorshire, to the Council. Report their proceedings, and make return of all ports, havens, shipping, &c. in the county. Complain of the presence and acts of one Fytiplace, a pirate, in Milford Haven.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 7. 1566 January 10. Order taken by Cecil, in the controversy between Dr. Caius and the Fellows of Gonville and Caius College; pronounced on the 10th of January.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 8. 1566 January 10. Sir Chr. Heydon and others to the Council. Find the chief dealers in corn conformable and willing to supply the quantity required.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 9. 1566 January 11. The Queen to Winchester. Warrant for Benedict Krugh, goldsmith, of Antwerp, to import certain jewels specified, duty-free.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 10. 1566 January 13. John Cutlerd to Cecil. Sends him some Latin verses, as annexed, in different metres. Lat.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 11. 1566 January 15. Commissioners for Ports in the rapes of Lewes and Bramber, Sussex. Report their proceedings, and desire directions as to transporting herrings from port to port. Schedule annexed, describing the ports, creeks, and landing places in the above rapes.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 12. 1566 January. Certificate of Commissioners for Ports and Havens in the rapes of Chichester and Arundel, co. Sussex.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 13. 1566 January 16. Declaration of debts due in the Office of First Fruits, by obligation; with names of parties and places specified.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 14. 1566 January 20. John Welles to Cecil. Order taken in Cambridge. The Bishop of Ely sends him a doc. The Bishop of Lincoln has visited King's College. Mr. Beaumont wishes to know if he can deprive a man for not wearing a surplice.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 15. 1566 January 20. Proclamation against the exportation of corn, and for preventing the forestalling and regrating of grain and other victuals. Special commissions will be issued in sundry counties. "Imprinted at London, in Powles Churchyarde, by Rycharde Jugge and John Cawood, printers to the Queenes Majestie." Westminster.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 16. 1566 January 20? The Queen to Lord Keeper Bacon. Warrant to issue Commissions to gentlemen in certain shires to prevent the importation of grain, and to enforce the acts against engrossers, forestallers, and regrators.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 17. 1566 January 21. Sir Owen Hopton and others, Commissioners for Ports, &c. in Suffolk, to the Council. Report their proceedings in that service. Incloses TNA SP 12/39, 17. i.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 17. i. 1566 January. Certificate of the said Commissioners of particulars relating to the ports, havens, and landing places in Suffolk.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 18. 1566 January 24. The Queen to Winchester. To appoint persons of credit and honesty to export out of the port of London, beyond sea, 1,000 tuns of beer, on which the duty, 20s. per tun, is to be paid. Also that all books imported, of a seditious nature, be subjected to the view of the Bishop of London.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 19. 1566 January 28. Ric. Coortesse to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has been discouraged by the strange dealings at Cambridge. Sir Henry Cheyney advised him to leave. Mr. Longeworth will much deceive him if he alters his purpose.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 20. 1566 January 30. Certificate by Tho. Wytton, Public Notary, that Sir Tho. Gresham hath appointed Mr. William Fayre to be his lawful procurator, agent, and factor.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 21. 1566 January 31. Lord Mayor, &c. of London to the Council. Pray that the wheat bought and provided for the Queen may be sold to the city at the full rate of its cost to the Queen.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 22. 1566 January. Certificate by the Commissioners of Ports, &c. for the county of Essex; signed by John Lord Darcy.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 23. 1566 January. Certificate by the Commissioners of Ports, &c. for the county of Carnarvon.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 24. 1566 January. Names of the deputy Commissioners appointed to superintend the ports, havens, and creeks in the Isle of Anglesea.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 25. 1566 January? Warrant to the Exchequer to pay 165l. 2s. per month to Edw. Baeshe and John Ellyott, victuallers of the Navy, out of the allowance of 500l. a month to Benj. Gonson, Treasurer of the Admiralty.
  • TNA SP 12/39, 26. 1566 January? Grant to Tho. Hennage of the office of Receiver and Treasurer of the tenths of the profits of the salt manufacture, under the patent granted to Francis Bertie, of Antwerp.


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