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- TNA SP 12/36, 33. 1565 April 7. Sir Walter Mildmay to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has forwarded the indentures between the Queen and Mr. Bashe, drawn according to agreement. Recommends sending Parkinson, the butcher, to Berwick.
- TNA SP 12/36, 34. 1565 April 9. Alexander Fitz Jeffrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Assures him of his devotion to his service, and of his desire to fulfill the charge with which he has been entrusted. Lat.
- TNA SP 12/36, 35. 1565 April 15. Lord Edward Seymaur to Sir Wm. Cecil. Thanks him for his patronage and for recommending him to the Master of Trinity College, Cambridge. Lat.
- TNA SP 12/36, 36. 1565 April 14. Bishop Horn to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has written to the Earl of Leicester a reply to Mr. Fecknam's book. Sends Cecill a copy of the letter. Incloses TNA SP 12/36, 36. i.
- TNA SP 12/36, 36. i. 1565 April 14. Bp. Horn to the Earl of Leicester. Observations on the conference between himself and Mr. Fecknam, the Priest, and on the misrepresentations which the latter has published of that matter.
- TNA SP 12/36, 37. 1565 April 17. Ric. Tracy to Sir Wm. Cecil. The Holy Scriptures command the people to root out and destroy images. Recommends that the Queen should forbid any graven image to be placed, or tapers to be lighted, on any altar.
- TNA SP 12/36, 38. 1565 April 17. Sir Peter Carew to the Council. Services of his ships against pirates. Arrest of a hulk of Stukeley's in Cork Haven. Unsuccessful attack on the pirates Haydon, Lysyngham, Corbet, and others, who had withdrawn into a castle belonging to O'Sullivan Beer, at Beer Haven, in Ireland. Disbursements he has made from his own purse. The sale of the hulk, as ordered, would not produce half the amount of wages due.
- TNA SP 12/36, 39. 1565 April 17. Sir Peter Carew to Cecil. States the circumstances of service performed by the ships which he fitted out for sea for the apprehension of pirates. Has received command to deliver the hulk to one John Peterson, a Fleming. Incloses TNA SP 12/36, 39. i.
- TNA SP 12/36, 39. i. 1565 May 2. Account of charges of three ships sent out of the west parts by Sir Peter Carew, furnished, with 246 men, for apprehending pirates.
- TNA SP 12/36, 40. 1565 April 20. Certificate, by Sir Ric. Malorye, Lord Mayor, Sir Wm. Garrard, and Lionell Duckett, of depositions by John Bradbury and Tho. Wilson, beer brewers, in favour of the furnaces invented and set up for them by one Sebastian Brydigonne, a German.
- TNA SP 12/36, 41. 1565 April 28. Instructions by Tho. Bentham, Bishop of Lincoln, to Mr. Sale, for his better proceeding in visitation of the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield; with articles addressed to the church wardens and clergy of that diocese, for regulating ecclesiastical matters. At the end is a list of ministers and deacons admitted in 1567 and 1569.
- TNA SP 12/36, 42. 1565 April 28. Copy of TNA SP 12/36, 41 except for the list of ministers and deacons.
- TNA SP 12/36, 43. 1565 April. Grant of discharge to Thomas Thurland, Master of the Savoy, Daniel Hechstetter, and others, from all fifteenths, tenths, and other impositions during the first beginning of their operations in mineral matters, according to indenture of the 10th of October last.
- TNA SP 12/36, 44. 1565 April. Remembrance, by George Gilpin, to Mr. John Sheres, to forward the proposal of certain persons to make salt of salt by a new and unusual process, without prejudice to a former grant to Francis Barty. In a P.S. States the name of the party requiring the placaart to be Mr. Buckholt. Will carry his own grant for erecting furnaces into execution.
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