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- TNA SP 12/36, 45. 1565 May 2. Tho. Duke of Norfolk to Sir Wm. Cecil. Forwards a letter received from the Earl of Arundel. Incloses TNA SP 12/36, 45. i.
- TNA SP 12/36, 45. i. 1565 May 2. Earl of Arundel to the Duke of Norfolk. Returns a certain writing with his reasons for not subscribing it.
- TNA SP 12/36, 46. 1565 May 2. P. Edgecomb to Sir Wm. Cecil. Detail of measures adopted by the Lord Warden of the Stannaries of Devon and Cornwall, as to the Queen's prerogative of the pre-emption of tin.
- TNA SP 12/36, 47. 1565 May 7. Margaret Countess Dowager of Oxford to Sir Wm. Cecil (as Master of the Wards). Desires that part of the inheritance of her son, the present Earl of Oxford, may be set apart for his maintenance during his minority.
- TNA SP 12/36, 48. 1565 May 8. Winchester to Sir Wm. Cecil. Forwards a letter from the Earl of Bedford as to the Queen's commissions. Mr. Sakevyle has the commissions for Northumberland and Cumberland.
- TNA SP 12/36, 49. 1565 May 12. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Finds the Almains complain of his report of the stone and "marquesyte;" particulars of the assay made by him. Importation of Flemish angels to all quarters of the realm continues.
- TNA SP 12/36, 50. 1565 May 12. Statement of allegations made by the Mayor, &c. of Chichester, for pulling down certain wears for the preservation of the haven there; with the answer of the Bishop of Chichester.
- TNA SP 12/36, 51. 1565 May 12. A brief declaration concerning the matter of the wears in Chichester Haven, on behalf of the Bishop of Chichester.
- TNA SP 12/36, 52. 1565 May 12? Report by Sir Wm. Strickland to Cecil, of the condition of some of the piers and havens in Yorkshire. [May ] 1565
- TNA SP 12/36, 53. 1565 May 20. Statements of the Queen's debts, and of sums owing to her, under various heads.
- TNA SP 12/36, 54. 1565 May 20. Statements of the Queen's debts, and of sums owing to her, under various heads.
- TNA SP 12/36, 55. 1565 May 20. Statements of the Queen's debts, and of sums owing to her, under various heads.
- TNA SP 12/36, 56. 1565 May 22. Dr. Robt. Beaumont to Cecil. Forcet is too young for admission, and Cutlerd is not forward enough. Mr. Barrowgh's licence to practise physic was against the statutes of the University. High price of grain in Cambridge market, "to the pinching of poore scholers bellies."
- TNA SP 12/36, 57. 1565 May 22? Extract from the statutes of the University relative to practising physic, with reference to the case of Mr. Barrowgh.
- TNA SP 12/36, 58. 1565 May 23. Wm. Humfrey to Cecil. Explains his former report, relative to the copper ore. Reports on some Scotch ore. Lead land to let in Northumberland.
- TNA SP 12/36, 59. 1565 May 26. Thos. Thurland, and Daniel Hechstetter to same. Have found copper ore containing silver, in certain places in Cumberland. Request to have warrant from the Queen to bring in 300 or 400 foreign workmen to work it.
- TNA SP 12/36, 60. 1565 May 30. Memorial addressed by Anthony Jenckynson to the Queen, on the navigation of the Northern seas. Urges the probability of the existence of a north-west passage, from the fact of a unicorn's head having been discovered on the island of Vagatts, near the mouth of the river Obbe.
- TNA SP 12/36, 61. 1565 May 31. Proclamation against the currency of certain foreign pieces of gold, stamped like to English angels, or to pass only as bullion.
- TNA SP 12/36, 62. 1565 May. Grant by the Queen to Tho. Thurland and Daniel Hechstetter (Houghsetter), to fell and appropriate, within Her Majesty's woods, timber sufficient to construct the buildings necessary for smelting all ores of gold, silver, copper, quicksilver, &c. within certain counties.
- TNA SP 12/36, 63. 1565 May. Account of jewels sent by Baptist Spinola to his brother Pasqual Spinola, in Flanders, to be sold there. Items of disbursements for Lord Cobham, and for the funerals of "my Lady Marques" [of Northampton] at Blackfriars.
- TNA SP 12/36, 64. 1565 May. Dr. Lawrence Humfrey, President Mag. Coll., Oxford, to the Bishops. Against the apparel now ordered to be adopted: the mass will follow, &c. Condemns the evil tendency of introducing Popish practices into the English Church.
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