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- TNA SP 12/40, 21. 1566 July 4. Wm. Humfrey to Cecil. Mr. Alderman Hayward has consented to become Treasurer of the mineral works. A meeting of proprietors is requisite. Requests that his application relative to Bristol Castle may be granted.
- TNA SP 12/40, 22. 1566 July 4. The Queen to the Sheriff and Justices of Devon, Somerset, Monmouth, Hereford, and Gloucester. Warrant to levy and arm certain forces for service in Ireland.
- TNA SP 12/40, 23. 1566 July 4 Draft of TNA SP 12/40, 22, corrected throughout by Cecil.
- TNA SP 12/40, 24. 1566 July 5. Wm. Lord Cobham to Cecil. Wishes for a final resolution as to his burden. Sends copy of letter of marque granted to Menard Frize; also a letter from Mr. Kell. Incloses TNA SP 12/40, 24. i.
- TNA SP 12/40, 24. i. 1566 March 30. Eric XIV. King of Sweden to Menard Frize. Letter of marque for him to exercise hostilities against the subjects of the King of Denmark and his allies. Stockholm. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/40, 25. 1566 July 6. Articles of composition for regulation and government of the Company of the art and mystery of Shermen, of the town of Shrewsbury. [See the Act 8 Eliz. cap. 7. "touching drapers, cottoners, and freesers in the towne of Shrewisburye."]
- TNA SP 12/40, 26. 1566 July 7. James Hawys, Sheriff of London, to Cecil. Has delivered the articles to Chr. Lascelles, and returns his answers to the same.
- TNA SP 12/40, 27. 1566 July 8. Grant to Edward Randolph of the office of Lieutenant General of the Ordnance in England and Berwick-on-Tweed, for life. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/40, 28. 1566 July 15. Arm. Waad to Leicester and Cecil. Has repaired to the Tower and examined Mr. Cornelius [Lannoy ?] as to delay in assays of metals, &c. Particulars of the conversation which took place.
- TNA SP 12/40, 29. 1566 July 16 Thomas Keys from Fleet Prison to Cecil. Begs that he will give him instructions how to act, as to his going into Ireland.
- TNA SP 12/40, 30. 1566 July Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Opinion of the Earl of Leicester that the calamine is not worth having, being at so low a price.
- TNA SP 12/40, 31. 1566 July 17. Mayor, &c. of the Merchants of the Staple to Sir Wm. Cecil. Have entrusted two of their Company to receive the determination of the Council on their application for licence to export in the accustomed manner.
- TNA SP 12/40, 32. 1566 July 19. Arm. Waad to the Earl of Leicester and Sir Wm. Cecil. The Lieutenant of the Tower has shewn him the letter enclosed. Explains the meaning of a passage. Cornelius has greatly abused the Queen. Incloses TNA SP 12/40, 32. i.
- TNA SP 12/40, 32. i. 1566 July. Cornelius de Lannoy to Leicester and Cecil. Long explanation of his proceedings. Begs for mercy from the Queen, and acknowledges his delinquency. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/40, 33. 1566 July 21. The Queen to Winchester. Warrant for a licence to the Merchants of the Staple to ship and export wool in the accustomed manner.
- TNA SP 12/40, 34. 1566 July 22. Archbp. Parker to Cecil. Sends a form of prayer for the Queen, for his approval. Wishes for her safe return home.
- TNA SP 12/40, 35. 1566 July 23. Letter of Attorney by Edw. Randolph, Esq., Lieut. General of the Ordnance, constituting Sir James Shelley, of Michelgrove, Sussex, and Robt. Giles, his true and lawful attorneys.
- TNA SP 12/40, 36. 1566 July 24. Assignment, by Edw. Randolph, Esq., to Wm. Painter, Clerk of the Ordnance, Richard Webb, Master Gunner of England, and Edw. Partridge, Keeper of the Queen's Harquebutts, Dagges, and Curriers, of certain annuities or yearly pensions, for a term of years.
- TNA SP 12/40, 37. 1566 July 25. Thomas Keys to Cecil. Prays that he would intercede with the Queen, that if he is not employed he may be permitted to remain as a prisoner with some of his friends. July 25 1566.
- TNA SP 12/40, 38. 1566 July 25. J. Asteley, Master of the Jewel House, to same. Sends a note of the gift which Edward VI. sent to the christening of the French King's child; as a precedent for the christening now at hand in Scotland.
- TNA SP 12/40, 39. 1566 July 26. John Shers to Sir Wm. Cecil. Forwards some letters received from Venice.
- TNA SP 12/40, 40. 1566 July 28. Winchester to Sir Wm. Cecil. Sends an estimate of charges for Berwick. Is glad he takes in good part the Lady St. John's answer respecting Luddington. Sir Martin Bowes is in ill health. Watch and ward will be kept in the city till the Queen returns.
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