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- TNA SP 12/39, 64. 1566 May 3. Winchester to Sir Wm. Cecil. Thanks for obtaining the Queen's licence for the exchange with the Parson of Chelsea. Alterations in the garden at Hampton Court. Will take care that the Collar and George shall be furnished for the Emperor. Sakevyle's and Masone's offices.
- TNA SP 12/39, 65. 1566 May 3. Lady Mary Grey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Reminds him of her suit to the Queen for pardon. If admitted to the Queen's favour, she will never again forfeit it.
- TNA SP 12/39, 66. 1566 May 4. Bishop Grindall to Sir Wm. Cecil. Suspension of one Barthlett, a Divinity Lecturer of St. Giles, Cripplegate (Mr. Crowley's parish). Sixty women came to the Bishop to make suit for him; who would not depart, but at the request of Mr. Philpot, another suspended reader.
- TNA SP 12/39, 67. 1566 May 6. John Stokes to Sir Wm. Cecil. Wishes to know his pleasure as to Mr. Fulke's remaining in Cambridge.
- TNA SP 12/39, 68. 1566 May 7. Winchester to Sir Wm. Cecil. Desires to know if the attendants Lady Lennox has with her in the Tower, are to be maintained at the Queen's charge.
- TNA SP 12/39, 69. 1566 May 14. Declaration of homage and allegiance to Queen Elizabeth, by Hugh Jones, Bishop of Landaff.
- TNA SP 12/39, 70. Sir John Wentworth to the Council. Has received a letter from the Queen commanding him to take charge of the Lady Catherine Grey. Prays to be excused from that service.
- TNA SP 12/39, 71. 1566 May 20. Gilbert Gerrard, Attorney General, to Cecil. One Spencer. being condemned for treason, cannot be set at liberty without the Queen's pardon.
- TNA SP 12/39, 72. 1566 May 18. Bishop Scorey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Concerning confirmation of the reversion of the lease of Ewithington prebend for Richard Gibbes; the present farmer thereof being one John Bromme.
- TNA SP 12/39, 73. 1566 May 20. John Burton to Sir Wm. Cecil. Thanks him for letters in favour of his son. Solicits in behalf of Mr. Tho. Ogle, for his two pastures of Goodram Toft and Stonecote. Proceedings relating to sewers in the fens of Lincolnshire.
- TNA SP 12/39, 74. 1566 May 21. Earl of Pembroke to Leicester and Cecil. His own ill health. Intercedes for the pardon of one Prestcott, an offender.
- TNA SP 12/39, 75. 1566 May 21. Sir Wm. Petre to Cecil. Is too ill to go abroad; is well recovered of his fever, but wishes to retire to Ingatestone, where he thinks the open air will do him good.
- TNA SP 12/39, 76. 1566 May 21. Bishop Grindall to the Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's, Enjoining them to use such mode of apparel as is ordained by the Queen's anthority in the treatise intituled "the Advertisements."
- TNA SP 12/39, 77. 1566 May 22. James Lord Mountjoy to Cecil. Thanks for sending Dr. Julio to him. Progress of the mineral, copperas, and alum works.
- TNA SP 12/39, 78. 1566 May 23. Bishop Pilkington to Sir Wm. Cecil. Requests the warrant for his restitution may be completed. Is now at liberty to walk, and dares go abroad into gardens.
- TNA SP 12/39, 79. 1566 May 23. Sir Adrian Ponynges to Sir Wm. Cecil. Concerning compensation for his service at Portsmouth. Incloses TNA SP 12/39, 79. i.
- TNA SP 12/39, 79. i. 1566 May. Note of the annual value of the manor of Loder, co. Dorset, parcel of the possessions of the late Monastery of Sion.
- TNA SP 12/39, 80. 1566 May 25. Thos. Thurland to Cecil. Understands that there are certain ores of gold and silver to be found in the mines there, a secret which the strangers keep to themselves. Wishes for a skilful man out of Flanders. If Cecil will not answer his letters, he will write no more, though he be the Queen's Chief Secretary of England.
- TNA SP 12/39, 81. 1566 May 26. Winchester and Sir Walter Mildmay to Sir Wm. Cecil. Approve of the Queen's consent and agreement to the restoration of the Bishop of Durham's lands. He is to pay 1,000l. a year to the Queen during the time he continues Bishop.
- TNA SP 12/39, 82. 1566 May 27. Tho. Fitzwilliam to Hugh Fitzwilliam. Rejoices to hear of Sir Thomas Hoby's good acceptance. The Queen supped at Durham Place with the Earl of Leicester, and Mr. Sec. Cecil has sumptuously banquetted M. de la Foret, the new French Ambassador. Scottish news. Proceedings against ministers for refusing to wear crossed caps. Progress into Northamptonshire purposed by the Queen.
- TNA SP 12/39, 83. 1566 May 27. Walter Haddon to Archbp. Parker. Our Saviour had a Judas Iscariot and a Simon Magus among his Apostles; the devil creates divisions among Christians. Lat.
- TNA SP 12/39, 84. 1566 May 29. Rich. Longeworth, Master of St. John's College, to Sir Wm. Cecil. Complains of the contumacy of some of the Fellows of that College.
- TNA SP 12/39, 85. 1566 May 29. George Whetle to Sir Wm. Cecil. Thanks him for remembering their old friendship. Would be glad to do Mr. Danet any pleasure. Trusts the marriage will proceed prosperously. Is sorry to hear of Cecil's illness.
- TNA SP 12/39, 86. 1566 May 29. Examination of Walter Darby, taken before Dr. Lewes, concerning his entering into an undertaking with Martin Frobiser for a voyage to the coast of Guinea.
- TNA SP 12/39, 87. 1566 May 30. Oliver Lloyd to Sir T. Hoby. Desires his recommendation to Mr. Sec. Cecil, to be appointed Sheriff for Cardiganshire: with note thereon, by Sir T. Hoby, to Cecil.
- TNA SP 12/39, 88. 1566 May. A receipt for transmutation of metals into gold. Lat.
- TNA SP 12/39, 89. 1566 May? Declaration of all such sums of money as have been received by the Treasurer and Surveyor of the works for rebuilding St. Paul's; with the expenditure thereof.
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