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March 1566/7

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  • TNA SP 12/42, 24. 1566/7 March 4. Indenture of lease from Sir Wm. Cecil to James Blunt Lord Mountjoy, of the tenth part of the profits of the patent for manufacturing alum, formerly assigned to Sir Wm. Cecil.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 25. 1566/7 March 7. The Queen to the Earl of Northumberland. Commands him to offer no further obstruction to the workers of the mines and minerals at a place called Newlands, co. Cumberland. Any lawful claim he may have in the said minerals shall be reserved to him.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 26. 1566/7 March 7. Earls of Pembroke and Leicester and Sec. Cecil to the Earl of Northumberland. Refer to the preceding letter; and have given instructions thereon to George Nedham.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 27. 1566/7 March 7. Tho. Thurland to Sir William Cecil. Sends him a plan of Keswick, the smelting house, Newlands, and the other mines. Denton, sent last year into Ireland for wood, has returned.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 28. 1566/7 March . Lord Cobham to Sir Wm. Cecil. Recommends the bearer, John de la Bersona, employed to assist in collecting the goods saved from the ship of Middleborough, wrecked on the Goodwin sands.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 29. 1566/7 March 12. Marq. Winchester to Sir Wm. Cecil. The Lady Lennox is now by the the Queen's order in the custody of Lady Dacre and Lady Sackvile. He cannot help her with money.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 30. 1566/7 March 13. Cornelius Alnetanus [Lannoy] to Sir Wm. Cecil. Promises to perform the things mentioned in his offers to the Queen. Latin. Incloses TNA SP 12/42, 30. i.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 30. i. 1566/7 March 13. Cornelius Alnetanus to the Queen. Solemnly engages to produce gold and gems by a chemical process. [In Cecil's diary, under the date 10 Feb. 1567, is the following entry: “Cornelius de la Noye, and alchymist, wrought in, Somerset House, and abused many in promising to convert any metall into gold.”]
  • TNA SP 12/42, 31. 1566/7 March . Earl of Northumberland to the Earls of Pembroke and Leicester and Sir Wm. Cecil. Has ascertained beyond doubt that the minerals dug up at Newlands belong to him only, and that the workers thereof are trespassers on his land. March 14 1567 York.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 32. 1566/7 March . Earl of Northumberland to the Earls of Pembroke and Leicester and Sir Wm. Cecil. Another copy of the above, with copies of letters to the Queen, the Lord Treasurer and Sir Walter Mildmay, the Lord Chief Baron and other Barons of the Exchequer, praying that the injunction respecting the ore dug up on his lands at Newlands may be dissolved. March 14 1567 York.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 33. 1566/7 March . Tho. Thurland to the Earl of Leicester and Sir Wm. Cecil. Explains the grounds on which he has always commended the richness of the mines of gold, silver, and copper in England. Obstacles which he has encountered by the Earl of Northumberland. March 16 1567.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 34. 1566/7 March 16. The Queen to the Earl of Arundel. Thanks for the things he has sent her, and hopes he will enjoy his health on his return. Has visited his house at Nonesuch.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 35. 1566/7 March 20. Daniel Hechstetter to the Queen. Complains that the Earl of Northumberland has obstructed the mining operations at Newlands. Latin.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 36. 1566/7 March 20. Suit to be made to the Queen for a grant of the survey of all the customs inward and outward.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 37. 1566/7 March 22. Tho. Thurland to Cecil. Requests his advice, according to Her Majesty's permission, in mining operations, particulars of which he details.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 38. 1566/7 March 22. A summary of the charges for apparel with rapier and daggers, for the Earl of Oxford, from 3 Sept. 1563 to the quarter ending 22 March 1567.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 39. 1566/7 March 24. George Nedham to Sir Wm. Cecil. Reports his proceedings with Northumberland about the ores dug up at Newlands. The Earl claims as ample right to the said ores as to any of his possessions.

March 1566/7

  • TNA SP 12/42, 40. 1567 March 25. Northumberland to the Earls of Pembroke and Leicester and Sir Wm. Cecil. Has conferred with Mr. Nedham respecting the ores dug up on his land at Newlands, and has consented that he shall take away 200 buckets of the same.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 41. 1567 March 26. Certificate of proportions of the subsidy payable within certain hundreds of the county of Surrey.
  • TNA SP 12/42, 42. 1567 March. Names of merchants of Holland who are exempt from contribution to the subsidy within the City of London. Latin.

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