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February 1566/7

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  • TNA SP 12/42, 10. 1566/7 February 2. Lord Cobham to Cecil. The mariners of the vessel lately wrecked on the Goodwin Sands are suspected of keeping back and concealing a quantity of goods with which she was freighted.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 11. 1566/7 February 4. Richard Beseley, an old Chaplain of Henry VIII, to Sir Wm. Cecil. Refers to some past event which has become matter of history, and observes that it is necessary to take warning for the future. [Imperfect.]
  • TNA SP 12/42, 12. 1566/7 February 12. Wm. Humfrey to Cecil. Money due from Bristol, for which a warrant is necessary. The lease for the calamine will soon be perfected. Sends an account by which Mr. Stanley's debt to the Queen will appear.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 13. 1566/7 February 13. Daniel Hechstetter to Sir Wm. Cecil. Thomas Thurland, who is going to London, will acquaint him with all things necessary for furthering their mineral operations. Latin.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 14. 1566/7 February 16. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. By the assays made at the Star Chamber he will find how much the silver of the moneys is bettered between the assay of the pot and that of the Pyx. The trial of the Pyx at the Star Chamber shews only that the moneys have been truly made.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 15. 1566/7 February 17. The Queen to the Mayor and Customer of Chester. Order to provide transports for conveyance of 250 soldiers to Ireland, also for shipping twelve cart-loads of ammunition and other warlike stores.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 16. 1566/7 February 18. The Queen to the Sheriff and Justices of Lancaster (and to other counties). Order for levy of certain footmen to be transported out of England for service in Ireland. Draft.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 17. 1566/7 February 18. The Queen to the Earls of Derby and Shropshire. Directions to aid in the levy of a certain number of able men in the counties of Lancaster and Derby for service in Ireland. And on the same paper. Minute of letter to Sir John Savage, Sir Hugh Cholmley, and Sir Lawrence Smith, to view and muster all the levies at the port of Chester.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 18. 1566/7 February 19. Earls of Pembroke and Leicester, and Sir Wm. Cecil, to the Earl of Northumberland. Require him to obey the Queen's injunction to suffer Thomas Thurland and Daniel Hechstetter, or their assigns, to carry away the ore dug up at Newland, in Cumberland.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 19. 1566/7 February 19. Note of certain works of art of marble jasper, brought into England for Sir Wm. Cecil and the Earl of Pembroke, by Dominicque Troisrieux, a Frenchman. Further description of the same, and note of such as the Queen has licensed to be brought into the realm, and to return duty-free if unsold. Three papers, two in French.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 20. 1566/7 February. Petition of the Aldermen and Company of Easterlings of the Dutch House at the Stillyard, London, to the Queen. Soliciting licence to transport certain Suffolk cloths beyond sea.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 21. 1566/7 February. Copy of TNA SP 12/42, 20.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 22. 1566/7 February. Offiers made for carrying on a trade with Barbary, with certain allowances to the Queen.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 23. 1566/7 February. Humfrey Gilberte to the Queen. Proposals for undertaking the discovery of a passage to Cataia; to be performed in four voyages, under certain privileges, to endure for ten years commencing March come twelvemonth.

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