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- TNA SP 12/41, 37. 1566 December 2. Lady Mary Gray to Cecil. Entreats him to continue her friend, and to obtain for her the Queen's mercy.
- TNA SP 12/41, 38. 1566 December 5. Tho. Thurland from Keswick to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has received his letters, and conferred with experienced persons concerning the earth brought out of Scotland from Crawford Muir, which they assert is very rich in gold.
- TNA SP 12/41, 39. 1566 December 11. Winchester to the Council. Transactions relative to grain in the North. Seven ships have been laden with corn in Norfolk. Has commanded that no corn be shipped, except for Berwick.
- TNA SP 12/41, 40. 1566 December 12. Preamble to the Bill for the subsidy. Corrected by Cecil.
- TNA SP 12/41, 41. 1566 December 12. Another copy, with further corrections, by the same.
- TNA SP 12/41, 42. 1566 December 13. Wm. Humfrey to Cecil. Diversity of opinion among the Lords, touching the privilege for mines. Has caused the Bill to be divided, and has placed the battery and calamine works separately.
- TNA SP 12/41, 43. 1566 December 14. Petition of the Archbishops and Bishops to the Queen, praying that the Bill for Uniformity in Religion, which had passed the Lower House, and been read once in the Upper House, and there stopped by Her Majesty's order, might be allowed to pass, and that she would give her Royal assent thereto. [Dec. 14.] 1566 [This is signed by the two Archbishops and thirteen Bishops. The Bill was read a first time in the House of Lords on the 14th December 1566: which date has been assigned to this petition.]
- TNA SP 12/41, 44. 1566 December 19. Bill extending the privileges of the Fellowship of Merchant Adventurers of England, and re-enacting the Act 12 Hen. VII.
- TNA SP 12/41, 45. 1566 December 20. Wm. Humfrey to Cecil. The Bill for the manufacture of latten has been again disapproved. Reasons why it is disagreeable to some of the Lords.
- TNA SP 12/41, 46. 1566 December 21. Archbp. Parker to Sir Wm. Cecil. Requests the loan of the Book of Articles. The Queen is displeased with the Bishops, and laments much the neglect of prayer and fasting in her Court.
- TNA SP 12/41, 47. 1566 December 21. Tho. Keys to Sir Wm. Cecil. Complains of ill usage by the Warden of the Fleet, who keeps him close prisoner, under severe restrictions. Incloses TNA SP 12/41, 47. i.
- TNA SP 12/41, 47. i. 1566 December. Statement, by Thomas Keys, respecting his having been supplied with a rib of roast beef for his dinner which had been immersed in a liquid wash prepared for mangy dogs. His illness thereon, &c.
- TNA SP 12/41, 48. 1566 December 21. Wm. Lord Cobham, Constable of Dover Castle, and Admiral of the Cinque Ports, to the Mayor, &c. of Folkstone. Precept to levy the assessment made on the inhabitants of Folkstone, according to the schedule. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/41, 49. 1566 December 21. Observations on the Clothworkers' Bill, with objections thereto, and answers to the said objections.
- TNA SP 12/41, 50. 1566 December 21. Answer, by Sir Wm. Garrard and others, to the bill of complaint made by the Clothworkers, with respect to exportation of Kentish cloths.
- TNA SP 12/41, 51. 1566 December 22. Edmond Gheast, Bishop of Rochester, to Cecil. Is sorry for his ill health. Supposes he has heard of the Bishop of Gloucester's objection to the adverb "only" being placed in the article respecting the Holy Sacrament.
- TNA SP 12/41, 52. 1566 December 25. Account of the tenths due by the clergy at Christmas.
- TNA SP 12/41, 53. 1566 December 28. Wm. Humfrey to Cecil. The Earl of Worcester insists on having the lease of the ground for the erection of wire works drawn by his own officers in Wales. Objects to certain clauses.
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