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- TNA SP 12/40, 1. 1566 June 5. Bishop Grindall to Sir Wm. Cecil. The bearer will inform him of "a womannyshe brabble" in a church in London. Requests a warrant for a buck. Regulations respecting payment of first fruits.
- TNA SP 12/40, 2. 1566 June 5. Mayor, &c. of Saltash to the Council. Have received instructions for seizing a ship owned by Martin Frobiser: no such vessel has arrived at that port.
- TNA SP 12/40, 3. 1566 June 5. Archbp. Parker to Cecil. The Earl of Sussex has recommended his chaplain, Mr. Rushe, for a prebend in Canterbury; thinks he will honestly deserve that appointment.
- TNA SP 12/40, 4. 1566 June 6. Tho. Keys to Sir Wm. Cecil. Begs him to intercede with the Queen for his release.
- TNA SP 12/40, 5. 1566 June 8. Memoranda relative to various points of business; in Cecil's hand.
- TNA SP 12/40, 6. 1566 June 8. Remembrances sent by Mr. Thurland, Master of the Savoy, touching the mining operations at Keswick.
- TNA SP 12/40, 7. 1566 June 11. Examinations of Martin Frobiser, of Normanton, co. York, on 30th May and 11th June, taken before Dr. Lewes, on suspicion of his having fitted out a vessel to go to sea as a pirate; in which one Tho. Yonger was implicated.
- TNA SP 12/40, 8. 1566 June 11. John Welles to Cecil. Has thought it his duty to acquaint him with the controversy in St. John's College, between the Master and certain of the senior Fellows.
- TNA SP 12/40, 9. 1566 June 14. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Sends him a statement of such rivers as have been surveyed for the purpose of erecting thereon works for iron wire.
- TNA SP 12/40, 10. 1566 June 20. Adam Waughendoorpe, Alderman of the Stillyard, to Cecil. Concerning a licence to the Merchants of the Stillyard for exportation of a quantity of cloths. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/40, 11. 1566 June 22. Francis Berty to Sir Wm. Cecil. Recommends Chr. Shutz, who is coming to England to establish battery and wire works. New invention for making salt.
- TNA SP 12/40, 12. 1566 June. John Mount to Sir Wm. Cecil. Sends a plan of the furnaces and pans for manufacturing salt. Incloses TNA SP 12/40, 12. i.
- TNA SP 12/40, 12. i. 1566 June. Plans of furnaces and pans for making salt.
- TNA SP 12/40, 13. 1566 June 24. Edw. Earl of Hertford to Sir Wm. Cecil. Complains of the continuance of the Queen's heavy displeasure towards him; and that his brother, Henry Seymour, bears part of the penalty.
- TNA SP 12/40, 14. 1566 June 25. Daniel Hechstetter and Johan Louver to Sir Wm. Cecil. Report progress of mining works at Keswick. Necessity for discharging some of the workmen there. The ores tested in Germany have produced good copper. Are coming to England. June 25 1566. Augsburgh. Incloses TNA SP 12/40, 14. i.
- TNA SP 12/40, 14. i. 1566 June. Account of the charges of mining operations at Keswick.
- TNA SP 12/40, 15. 1566 June 28.The Queen to Winchester. Warrant to permit the Company of the Stillyard to export 5,000 pieces of unwrought cloths.
- TNA SP 12/40, 16. 1566 June 29. Antonio Bruschetto to Cecil. Concerning a debt of 300l. due to him by the late Captain Tiberio Perroni. Italian.
- TNA SP 12/40, 17. 1566 June 30. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has succeeded by the aid of the German miners in finding calamine in Somersetshire. The Forest of Dean contains plenty of good iron, and there is a mine of sea coal within a mile of Bristol.
- TNA SP 12/40, 18. 1566 June? Account of assessments of subsidy in the different wards of the city of Bristol.
- TNA SP 12/40, 19. 1566 June. Regulations for reform of divers disorders in the publication of books.
- TNA SP 12/40, 20. 1566 June. Note of fees in the Offices of the Treasurer of the Chamber and Master of the Posts, held by the late Sir John Masone.
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