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- TNA SP 12/39, 46. 1566 April 3. Edward Browne, Mayor of Rochester, to the Council. Christopher Marquis of Bawdwyn [Baden] is now prisoner under arrest in the said city. His outrageous behaviour. Prays that the said Marquis may be made to obey the laws, or that he may be discharged of keeping him.
- TNA SP 12/39, 47. 1566 April 4. Petition of Ric. Bramley butcher, Robert Audrey poulterer, and other tradesmen, to the same, praying for payment for goods supplied the household of the Lady Cecilia [Marchioness of Baden].
- TNA SP 12/39, 48. 1566 April 4. Complaint, addressed to Cecil, of the disrespectful and slanderous allegations preferred by certain tradesmen to the Privy Council, against the Lady Cecilia. Lat.
- TNA SP 12/39, 49. 1566 April 4. Statement, by Tho. Sympson, of sums due to him for articles of plate and jewellery, supplied to the Lady Cecilia.
- TNA SP 12/39, 50. 1566 April 4. Statement, of a debt due to Ludovico Barbaro by the Lady Cecilia, for a kirtle wrought with gold, a Venice lute, &c.
- TNA SP 12/39, 51. 1566 April 4. Note of money received by Bradford for the Lady Cecilia, being part of a sum of 3,300l. appointed to be paid to her.
- TNA SP 12/39, 52. 1566 April 4. Account of debts due by the Lady Cecilia.
- TNA SP 12/39, 53. 1566 April 4. A view of the debts of the Princess Cecilia's Grace.
- TNA SP 12/39, 54. 1566 April 6. Francis Pope and others to the Council. Have made suit in vain to the Lady Cecilia for sums due to them. Pray their just claims may not be defeated.
- TNA SP 12/39, 55. 1566 April 20. Certificate, by Gillot Pullaim and others, goldsmiths, of the value of a certain jewel belonging to the Lady Cecilia.
- TNA SP 12/39, 56. 1566 April 22. Note of sums received by George North and Walter Bradford towards payment of the debts of the Lady Cecilia.
- TNA SP 12/39, 57. 1566 April 23. Daniel Hechstetter and Hans Louver to Alderman Duckett. Progress of the works for melting copper and silver. It is joyful news to hear that Mr. Secretary has shewn himself so favourable; they had hoped Leicester would have been the same. Complain of Mr. Humfrey. Are sorry the Marquis of Baden has quitted England in debt. German news.
- TNA SP 12/39, 58. April 23 1566. Lady Cecilia to Cecil. Complains of the conduct of her groom, John Sturtenn, who detains certain silver mountings made for her saddles. Lat.
- TNA SP 12/39, 59. 1566 April 23. Marq. of Winchester to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has dispatched the Irish Lords' bonds. Has endeavoured to ascertain the fees, &c. granted by the Crown to Mr. Masone and Mr. Sakevyle. Disposal of their offices. Incloses TNA SP 12/39, 59. i-iv.
- TNA SP 12/39, 59. i. 1566 April. Note of fees payable at the receipt of the Exchequer, now determined by the death of Sir John Masone.
- TNA SP 12/39, 59. ii. 1566 April. Account of fees and annuities granted to the late Sir Ric. Sakevyle, deceased, in the counties of Kent and Sussex, in the office of Auditor Thompson.
- TNA SP 12/39, 59. iii. 1566 April. Account of fees and annuities paid to the late Sir Ric. Sakevyle as Sub-Treasurer of the Exchequer and Chancellor of the Court of Augmentations, and from various manors.
- TNA SP 12/39, 59. iv. 1566 April. Account of fees paid to the late Sir Ric. Sakevyle, in the Exchequer; and to Sir John Masone for various offices.
- TNA SP 12/39, 60. 1566 April 25. Declaration by Alderman Lionel Duckett, that the Lady Cecilia hath deposited in his hands a certain jewel of the value of 600l. by way of security for payment of her creditors, under certain conditions.
- TNA SP 12/39, 61. 1566 April 26. The Queen to all Mayors and other officers. Authorizing them to allow, at any time hereafter, any person or persons to pass out of the realm with any jewel, &c. of the Lady Cecilia's, on producing a certificate signed by Ald. Duckett.
- TNA SP 12/39, 62. 1566 April 29. Declaration by the Mayor, &c. of Dover, that one George Northe, gentleman, has applied for a precept to attach the Lady Cecilia or her goods for the sum of 330l., but that it had been stayed by the Lord Abergavenny.
- TNA SP 12/39, 63. 1566 April? [Dr. Humfrey ?] to Cecil. Prays that the articles of the Archbishop may be some ways mitigated, and that pastors may be relieved from observing certain ceremonies, &c.
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