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- TNA SP 12/37, 24. 1565 September 1. The Council to Mr. Hawtrey. The Queen being much offended with the Lady Mary Grey, has committed her to his custody. Directions for her treatment.
- TNA SP 12/37, 25. 1565 September 1. The Queen to Mr. John Vaughan. Directions to go to Setrington, and to take into his charge Charles Stuart, whose father, the Earl of Lennox, is at present in Scotland, and his mother in the Tower of London.
- TNA SP 12/37, 26. 1565 September 1. Lord Cobham to Sir Wm. Cecil. Lady Cobham, although she is with child, will attend the Lady Cecilia when she arrives at Dover. Requests to know where she is to be lodged at Canterbury, his own house there being altogether unfurnished. Hall, the house of Mr. Scott.
- TNA SP 12/37, 27. 1565 September 2. Lord Cobham to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has heard of the arrival of the Lady Cecilia, at Calais, and therefore purposes to repair to Dover to receive her. Fears his wife will be unable to meet her. Sir Thomas Kempe's house.
- TNA SP 12/37, 28. 1565 September 3. The Queen to Sir Henry Crispes, Sir Chr. Allen, Tho. Walsingham, Lady Hart, Lady Finch, Lady Norton? Lord Cobham, Sir Tho. Kemp, Sir Tho. Kempe, Tho. Wotton, Warham St. Leger, Richard Baker, Tho. Scott, and N? St. Leger. Commanding them to attend the Lady Cecilia on her arrival in England.
- TNA SP 12/37, 29. 1565 September 14. Sir James Croft to Thomas Lovell. Desires him to speak with Mr. Sakevyle concerning the parsonage of Kynsland?
- TNA SP 12/37, 30. 1565 September 15. Wm. Humfrey to Cecil. Desires the commission for working mines, &c. may be in the name of himself, Christopher Shutz, Thomas Smyth, Wm. Williams, and Humfrey Cole, and that the privilege for the battery works may be kept secret for eight months.
- TNA SP 12/37, 31. 1565 September 16. Sir John Masone Sir Wm. Cecil. Has received sundry letters from Sir Edward Warner since he went beyond sea Sept. 1565. Wyntney. Incloses TNA SP 12/37, 31. i.
- TNA SP 12/37, 31. i. 1565 September 5. Sir Edwd. Warner to Sir John Masone. Vast quantities of corn are exported from England to those parts, especially from Norfolk. If it be without licence, the Queen must be greatly defrauded of her customs.
- TNA SP 12/37, 32. 1565 September 17. Answer of Mr. Offley, on the part of the Company of the Staple, whether the Staple should be established at Calias, Emden, or within the realm of England.
- TNA SP 12/37, 33. 1565 September 18. Copy of Court Roll of the manor of Heveningham Castle, of which the Earl of Leicester is lord, for a cottage and garden in the tenure of William Ayleston. Lat.
- TNA SP 12/37, 34. 1565 September 20. Daniel Hechstetter, Johan Louver, and Ludwig Hans, to Cecil. The progress of their works in the mines impeded for want of wood. Begs that Needham may be dispatched into Ireland to procure it.
- TNA SP 12/37, 35. 1565 September 21. Dr. Lewes, Judge of the Admiralty, Sir Wm. Cecil. To give order for restoration of the ship belonging to Agas Zibrandson, of Amsterdam.
- TNA SP 12/37, 36. 1565 September 23. Marq. of Winchester Sir Wm. Cecil. Transmits form of letters to be written to Sir Tho. Gargrave and other Commissioners for seizure and management of the Earl of Lennox's lands. Measures for repressing the exportation of corn. Jeffrey Vaughan has been sent into Flanders for that purpose.
- TNA SP 12/37, 37. 1565 September 28. Sir James Croft to Thos. Lovell. Thanks him for his friendly advertisements.
- TNA SP 12/37, 38. 1565 September 29. Sir Robert Tyrwhyt to the Council. Certificate of the persons who have passed through Stilton during the last week, by post; specifies their names.
- TNA SP 12/37, 39. 1565 September. A note of such things as Lady Margaret Lennox has for her apparel and furniture in the Tower, and of the wages of her attendants.
- TNA SP 12/37, 40. 1565 September. Grant to William Humfrey, a Paymaster of the Mint, and Christopher Shutz, an Almain born, authorizing them to search for mines and smelt minerals within England and Ireland, with certain limitations.
- TNA SP 12/37, 41. 1565 September. Notes of certain clauses to be inserted in the grant TNA SP 12/37, 40.
- TNA SP 12/37, 42. 1565 September. Indenture between Queen Elizabeth, William Humfrey, and Christopher Shutz, for working of mines and minerals.
- TNA SP 12/37, 43. 1565 September. Grant to Wm. Humfrey and Chr. Shutz of the sole privilege of searching mines, &c. for discovery of the stone called lapis calaminaris or calamine, and for erecting and setting up in England the manufacture of mineral and battery works.
- TNA SP 12/37, 44. 1565 September. Licence to Wm. Humfrey, Chr. Shutz, Tho. Smyth, Wm. Williams, and Humfrey Cole, to dig for minerals and ores in England, with power to impress worken, waggons, and horses.
- TNA SP 12/37, 45. 1565 September? Accounts of the manors and lands belonging to the late Marchioness of Northampton; particularly those of West and East Tansfield, co. York, and Halsted and Stansted, in co. Essex.
- TNA SP 12/37, 46. 1565 September? Accounts the manors and lands belonging to the late Marchioness of Northampton; particularly those of West and East Tansfield, co. York, and Halsted and Stansted, in co. Essex.
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