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- TNA SP 12/38, 32. 1565? Note of regulations for weighing wool, lead, packing leather, &c.
- TNA SP 12/38, 33. 1565. Memorandum of repairs necessary to be done at the Castle of St. Andrew's, co. Southampton, of which the Marq. of Winchester hath charge.
- TNA SP 12/38, 34. 1565. Note of annual pensions and allowances paid to sundry persons; probably the Council in Wales.
- TNA SP 12/38, 35. 1565. Warrant to pay to Garter King at Arms, and to his brethren the Heralds and Pursuivants, 145l. for fees at the Queen's coronation, and for the justs royal and tourney then holden; "vizt. for the "clouage and hynder partes of the trappers behynde the saddle," as of ancient custom; and for the Queen's largess at Christmas.
- TNA SP 12/38, 36. 1565. List of wares and commodities of the realm which may be transported over the sea, and not restrained at this day.
- TNA SP 12/38, 37. 1565. Observations on the Queen's grant to the Merchants trading to Barbary, in pursuance of the Earl of Leicester's contract with them and others, against the claim of Eustace Travacie and other Frenchmen.
- TNA SP 12/38, 38. 1565. Note of sundry kinds and quantities of grain to be purchased in various counties, with names of persons to superintend the same.
- TNA SP 12/38, 39. 1565. Another note of certain quantities; indorsed by Cecill, "for "grain to be carried into Flanders."
- TNA SP 12/38, 40. 1565. Notes of the prices of grain "to be delivered at the ports in "England," and the prices.
- TNA SP 12/38, 41. 1565. Observations on the enactment of penal statutes.
- TNA SP 12/38, 42. 1565. A note of what the Farmer of the Mint is to gain yearly, paying the Queen 12d. upon every pound weight of silver coined; indorsed by Cecill, "first offer."
- TNA SP 12/38, 43. 1565. An offer for farming the Mint, to be granted by the Queen, on the same principle as in 32d of Henry VIII.; indorsed by Cecill, "the "offer of 9d.; Lannison's last offer."
- TNA SP 12/38, 44. 1565. Proposal that the Queen should for one or two years make trial of the offer for farming the Mint; indorsed by Cecill, "the laste offer, Lannyson's; 2s. uppon gold, 9d. uppon silver."
- TNA SP 12/38, 45. 1565. Account of the remain of military stores in the Office of Ordnance in the Tower, and the supply for the same, to the end of the year.
- TNA SP 12/38, 46. 1565. Advantages to be gained by prohibiting the exportation of barley and malt, and by the brewing of beer for exportation instead.
- TNA SP 12/38, 47. 1565. Statement of particulars relating to the town and castle of Scarborough, showing the importance of maintaining the pier at that port.
- TNA SP 12/38, 48. 1565. Another copy of the above statement, with some slight variation.
- TNA SP 12/38, 49. 1565. Particulars of things desired in a commission for defence of the fort and island at Plymouth.
- TNA SP 12/38, 50. 1565. Estimate of the charge for new making two quays at Portsmouth; by Robert Welles, the Queen's Majesty's Carpenter there.
- TNA SP 12/38, 51. 1565. Estimate of the number of labourers necessary for speedily making up the quay at Portsmouth, and of the monthly amount of their wages.
- TNA SP 12/38, 52. 1565. Plan of the old quay at Portsmouth, with the plan of the cranes.
- TNA SP 12/38, 53. 1565. Plan of the quay that is to be new made of stone, at Portsmouth.
- TNA SP 12/38, 54. 1565. Statement of the title of Gabriel More, D.D., to the patronage and advowson of the rectory of Ingoldsby, co. Lincoln.
- TNA SP 12/38, 55. 1565. Petition of Richard More, of Bristol, grocer, to the Council. Complaint against John Roberts and others, who had fraudulently deprived him of his lands and goods and imprisoned him, under colour of a suit at law.
- TNA SP 12/38, 56. 1565. Account of armour and munition provided by Sir Tho. Gresham, the Queen's Agent in Flanders, and delivered into the Tower.
- TNA SP 12/38, 57. 1565. Notes on the petitions of Mr. Throckmorton and Mr. Fisher, at the suit of Joan Wilkes, for sums due on respite of homage, &c.
- TNA SP 12/38, 58. 1565. Certificate touching the fines of copyholders, payable to the Queen, within the manors of Hampton in Arden, and Rowington, co. Warwick; Kingsnorton, co. Worcester; Marden, and Kingsland, co. Hereford; Muchland and Torvor, co. Lancaster; and Penrith, co. Cumberland; by Fr. Phelips, Auditor.
- TNA SP 12/38, 59. 1565. Note of certain sums of money received and paid by the Lord Treasurer's order, since the Queen's going in progress.
- TNA SP 12/38, 60. 1565. Account of the rents of certain lands in the manor of St. Alban's, Herts, in the occupation of Walter Morgan.
- TNA SP 12/38, 61. 1565. Petition of Elizabeth Shelton to Sir Wm. Cecill. Shews that Sir James Bulleyn, by his last will, gave petitioner a legacy of 400l. to be paid by the Queen, in consideration whereof, an annuity of 30l. per ann. has been granted her; prays that the same may be augmented.
- TNA SP 12/38, 62. 1565. Note of inconveniences likely to follow if the privileges of the Intercourse should cease between England and the Low Countries.
- TNA SP 12/38, 63. 1565. Petition of John Wynnington to Sir Wm. Cecill. Touching certain abuses committed by Thomas Green, in his office of Feodary of Chester.
- TNA SP 12/38, 64. 1565. Petition of Sir John Perrot to the Queen. For a grant in fee of certain impropriate parsonages in Wales, belonging to the College of Leicester, the Commandery of Slebidge, and the Abbey of Tawley, which he now holds upon lease.
- TNA SP 12/38, 65. 1565. Petition of Ste. Barrowe, citizen of London, to Cecill. Desires privilege of the Sanctuary at Westminster, being at present unable to satisfy his creditors.
- TNA SP 12/38, 66. 1565. The answer of Sir Ric. Sakevyle to the complaint of Sir Edw. Gage, for taking mine in his ground.
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