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- TNA SP 12/37, 47. 1565 October 6. Warrant for commissions under the Great Seal, for superintendence and care of the ports and havens of the realm, for the suppression of piracy, &c.
- TNA SP 12/37, 48. 1565 October 6. Articles of instructions for suppressing pirates and other disorders on the coast of Norfolk, and upon other sea coasts.
- TNA SP 12/37, 49. 1565 October 6? List of persons in several counties of England and Wales fit to act as Commissioners for care of the ports and havens thereof.
- TNA SP 12/37, 50. 1565 October 6? List of ports and havens in certain counties of the realm: probably connected with TNA SP 12/37, 50..
- TNA SP 12/37, 51. 1565 October 6. The Queen to the Duke of Norfolk. To repress the ingrossing of grain within the county of Norfolk, by certain Merchant Strangers.
- TNA SP 12/37, 52. 1565 October 8. Wm. Humfrey to Cecil. Requests that the commission to Mr. Shutz and himself may pass as it is now drawn. Desires Mr. Stanley may be called upon for some explanations.
- TNA SP 12/37, 53. 1565 October 8. Estimate of the charge of the ship, the Saker, for a month's service at sea.
- TNA SP 12/37, 54. 1565 October 12. Bishop Grindall to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has received from the Archbishop of Canterbury certain advertisements relative to Malta. Thinks the offering up of public thanks should be deferred for eight days, till the news be confirmed.
- TNA SP 12/37, 55. 1565 October 13. Bartholomew Clercke to Sir Wm. Cecil. Assures him of the respect and devotion which he entertains for him. Lat.
- TNA SP 12/37, 56. 1565 October 17. Confessions and circumstantial presumptions charging William Humfrey with a robbery committed at the Treasury of the Mint; and statement of the misdemeanor of Humfrey towards Tho. Stanley.
- TNA SP 12/37, 57. 1565 October 20. Declaration, by Wm. Humfrey, of the manner in which he passed his time, from the 15th August to 24th September 1565, and of his several visits to the Tower within that period; in answer to Mr. Stanley's charge.
- TNA SP 12/37, 58. 1565 October 20? Confession of John Bull, concerning the robbery at the Mint, committed by Bull and Mr. Humfrey, in order to do Mr. Stanley a shrewd turn.
- TNA SP 12/37, 59. 1565 October 20. Letters of safe conduct for the Princess of Portugal, in case of her landing in England, being on her way from Spain to the Low Countries.
- TNA SP 12/37, 60. 1565 October 20. Marq. Winchester to Sir Wm. Cecil. Sends him a piece of gold of the size and weight of 10s., but worth no more than 3s. 6d., of which kind much will be imported if its real value be not declared by proclamation.
- TNA SP 12/37, 61. 1565 October 23. Certificate by Wm. Wynter, Benj. Gonson, and others, Officers of the Admiralty, for allowing the acceptance of 500l. for use of the ship Jesus, now returned; which had been granted to the Earls of Pembroke and Leicester, for a voyage to the coast of Africa and America.
- TNA SP 12/37, 62. 1565 October 28. George Lamplughe to Sir Wm. Cecil. Progress of the Almain miners in their search for ores. Their want of wood for smelting. Recommends that some restraint be made for preservation of the Queen's woods.
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