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- TNA SP 12/37, 1. 1565 August 7. Francis Chaloner to Mr. Ferres. The suit of his brother, Sir Tho. Chaloner, to the Bp. of London, for Sir Tho. Fitzherbert, was without success. His brother has been ill of a burning fever, and made a new will, under evil influence, excluding his relations, and leaving all his lands to the bastard only.
- TNA SP 12/37, 2. 1565 August 7. Thos. Wakefield to Sir Wm. Cecil. Concerning the quantity of grain transported by water from water from Cambridge, by way of Lynn. Lat.
- TNA SP 12/37, 3. 1565 August 7. Ar[migill] Wade to Sir Wm. Cecil. Progress of the manufacture of glass and pottery, under Cornelius de Lannoy. Clumsiness of the English glass-makers. Recommends the suits of Henric Literhows, Mr. Prestoll, and William Herle. Incloses TNA SP 12/37, 3. i.
- TNA SP 12/37, 3. i. 1565 August. Note of payments made by Arm. Waad to Cornelius de Lannoy on account of the glass works.'
- TNA SP 12/37, 4. 1565 August 15. Lord Rich to the Queen. One of his servants being at Braintree, received from one Geoffrey Cawdwell a certain pedigree, the intention of which he does not comprehend. Incloses TNA SP 12/37, 4. i.
- TNA SP 12/37, 4. i. 1565 August. A pedigree tracing the descent of Mary Queen of Scotland, now married to Lord Darnly, from Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York, and placing her in close proximity to the crown of England.
- TNA SP 12/37, 5. 1565 August 16. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. States the reason of his delay in the business of the Mint, having been engaged with the Almain, Christopher Shuts, who is bound in 10,000l. to communicate his art in working metals. Desires to have a joint patent with him.
- TNA SP 12/37, 6. 1565 August 18. John Shers to Sir Wm. Cecil. Sends news from Venice. Loss of St. Elmo, in Malta.
- TNA SP 12/37, 7. 1565 August 19. Lord Rich to the Queen. Has caused the writer of the pedigree to write another copy from memory, and to state his intentions upon it. Incloses TNA SP 12/37, 7. i-iii.
- TNA SP 12/37, 7. i. 1565 August. Copy of the pedigree of descent from Richard Duke of York, made from memory.
- TNA SP 12/37, 7. ii. 1565 August. Deposition of (Geoffrey Cawdwell) why he made the above pedigree and genealogy, and to what intent he directed the same to the Lord Rich: asserting it was to advance the house of the Capels of Essex.
- TNA SP 12/37, 7. iii. 1565 August. Duplicate of TNA SP 12/37, 7. ii.
- TNA SP 12/37, 8. 1565 August 19. Articles for examination of Lady Mary Grey, with reference to her marriage with [Thomas Keyes], the Serjeant Porter.
- TNA SP 12/37, 9. 1565 August 19. Answers of Lady Mary Grey to the above interrogatories.
- TNA SP 12/37, 10. 1565 August 19. Examination of Tho. Keyes, the Serjeant Porter, respecting his marriage with Lady Mary Grey.
- TNA SP 12/37, 11. 1565 August 19. Examination of Mrs. Frances Goldwell, relative to the above marriage.
- TNA SP 12/37, 12. 1565 August 19. A slip of paper found with the above depositions, on which certain names are noted. [Qy. of witnesses.]
- TNA SP 12/37, 13. 1565 August 20. Wm. Lord Howard (Lord Chamberlain) to Cecill. Has received his letter respecting the marriage of Lady Mary Grey with the Serjeant Porter on the evening his cousin Knollys was married. Incloses TNA SP 12/37, 13. i.
- TNA SP 12/37, 13. i. 1565 August 20. Confession of Frances Goldwell before Lord Howard denying that any marriage had taken place between Lady Mary Grey and the Serjeant Porter.
- TNA SP 12/37, 14. 1565 August 22. Lord Adm. Clynton and Mr. Secretary to Lord Burgh and Justices of the county of Lincoln. Touching supply of provisions for the Queen's Household.
- TNA SP 12/37, 15. 1565 August 22. Monsr. Cousin, Preacher of the French Church in London, to Cecil. The Queen being at Richmond, intimated to him she would communicate her answer, through her Secretary, to Theodore Beza.
- TNA SP 12/37, 16. 1565 August 22. Bartholomew Clercke to Cecil. Compliments him as the Mecœnas of the University of Cambridge. Lat.
- TNA SP 12/37, 17. 1565 August 23. The Council to the Commissioners of Musters of Essex. To give order to Sir Anth. Cooke, Steward of the liberty of Havering, to muster the horses, &c. there.
- TNA SP 12/37, 18. 1565 August 24. The Queen to William Acliff, Sheriff of Essex. To attend Lady Cecilia, daughter of the King of Sweden and married to the Marquis of Baden, if she lands in Suffolk or Essex, and to conduct her to London.
- TNA SP 12/37, 19. 1565 August 26. The Queen to Lord Cobham. To attend the Lady Cecilia if she lands at Dover, and to conduct her on her way to London. Similar directions having been given to the Lord of Burgavenny.
- TNA SP 12/37, 20. 1565 August 27. Marq. of Winchester to Cecil. Sends him a remembrance of accommodation to be afforded to the Merchant Strangers.
- TNA SP 12/37, 21. 1565 August 28. Wm. Humfrey to Cecil. Explains the cause why Hans Louver has refused to bring the art of battery into the realm. In case of his own death, he has prepared many young Englishmen to work in various branches of goldsmith's work.
- TNA SP 12/37, 22. 1565 August 29. Tho. Thurland to Sir Edw. Rogers Comptroller of the Household, Sir Fr. Knollys Vice-Chamberlain, and Sir Wm. Cecill. Has proposed a composition with his creditors and the executors of one Warde.
- TNA SP 12/37, 23. 1565 August 29. Winchester to Cecil. Has had great calls for money, and with difficulty obtained 4,000l. of Sir Tho. Gresham.
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