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- TNA SP 12/41, 1. 1566 November 2. L. V. to. Explanation of Dr. Sanders letter. Authority to him and Dr. Harding from the Pope. Exposition of various points of doctrine as taught and enforced by the Romish Church. Urges his good example towards reviving the Catholic religion in England. Wishes his letter to be communicated to Sir Ric. Mollineux, and other his friends. [See post, 1568, July 31, and Nov. 1.]
- TNA SP 12/41, 2. 1566 November 3. Thomas Champneys to Sir Wm. Cecil. Recommends one Jenkinson to be employed on a voyage of discovery to Cathaia.
- TNA SP 12/41, 3. 1566 November 3. Oath, by Nich. Robynson. D.D., now Bishop of Bangor, acknowledging the Queen's supremacy in all matters temporal or ecclesiastical.
- TNA SP 12/41, 4. 1566 November 5. Answer of Queen Elizabeth to the Parliament on the subject of marriage being proposed by them to her. Thinks the single life she leads most acceptable to God. She approves however the manner of their petition.
- TNA SP 12/41, 5. 1566 November 5. Note, in the Queen's own hand, concerning the proposal of marriage made to her by the Parliament.
- TNA SP 12/41, 6. 1566 November 5. Copy of TNA SP 12/41, 5.
- TNA SP 12/41, 7. 1566 November 5. Note of a conversation with the Queen, in which she expressed her opinion relative to the petition, by the Parliament, on the subject of her marrying, and settlement of the succession to the Crown. [In Cecil's hand, who has indorsed it "this was not reported."]
- TNA SP 12/41, 8. 1566 November 5. Brief note of sundry things contained in the Queen's reply to the Parliament. In Cecil's hand.
- TNA SP 12/41, 9. 1566 November 5. Report of the Queen's answer, by Sec. Cecil, to the address of the House of Commons, on the subject of their petition, for marriage and succession.
- TNA SP 12/41, 10. 1566 November 5. Bill for maintaining the havens in the Narrow Seas, between the Thames mouth and Portsmouth.
- TNA SP 12/41, 11. 1566 November 5. Dr. Lewes to Sir Wm. Cecil. Concerning a Bill which he introduced into the Lower House for regulating appeals in civil and maritime causes.
- TNA SP 12/41, 12. 1566 November 7. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. The house for manufacturing wire is in a state of forwardness. Sends a sample of the calamine to him.
- TNA SP 12/41, 13. 1566 November 7. John Mount to Sir Wm. Cecil.. Has been in Northumberland at a village called Blythe, near Newcastle, and set up certain salt works there. Is about to take a coal pit on lease.
- TNA SP 12/41, 14. 1566 November 7. Thomas Hatcher to Sir Wm. Cecil. Solicits his partonage in collecting into one body the works of the eloquent and learned Dr. Haddon. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/41, 15. 1566 November 9. Message from the Queen, to be declared to the Speaker of the House of Commons, not to treat any more about the succession.
- TNA SP 12/41, 16. 1566 November 11. Question whether the Queen's commandment, forbidding the Lower House to speak or treat relative to the succession, be not a breach of the privileges of the House.
- TNA SP 12/41, 17. 1566 November 11. Copy of TNA SP 12/41, 16.
- TNA SP 12/41, 18. 1566 November 11. Bill against tailors using the trade of skinners, and against exporting lamb skins.
- TNA SP 12/41, 19. 1566 November 11. Cecil to Dr. Beaumont, Vice-Chancellor, and the Heads of Houses in Cambridge. Desires that the irregularities of the students respecting apparel may be suppressed.
- TNA SP 12/41, 20. 1566 November 15. Address to the Queen by the House of Commons, stating their intentions in recommending to Her Majesty the settlement of the succession and for her marriage; and of their entire submission to Her Majesty's pleasure. Corrected by Cecil.
- TNA SP 12/41, 21. 1566 November 15. Copy of TNA SP 12/41, 20, with corrections by the Cecil.
- TNA SP 12/41, 22. 1566 November 16. Copy of TNA SP 12/41, 20, with corrections by the Cecil.
- TNA SP 12/41, 23. 1566 November 16? Bill for the establishing of the Company of Curriers of London.
- TNA SP 12/41, 24. 1566 November 18. Heads of the Bill against pluralities of benefices, and nonresidence.
- TNA SP 12/41, 25. 1566 November 21. Act to restrain the printing, selling, and uttering of unprofitable and hurtful English books.
- TNA SP 12/41, 26. 1566 November 22. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Requests to be informed of his pleasure respecting the Bill concerning battery and mineral works.
- TNA SP 12/41, 27. 1566 November 23. Note relative to the debt of Christopher Lascelles, in the Court of Wards.
- TNA SP 12/41, 28. 1566 November 24. Note of words spoken in the Parliament House by Jas. Dalton: upon Mr. Melvyn's information.
- TNA SP 12/41, 29. 1566 November 24? Explanation by James Dalton, of the speech made by him in the House, relative to seditious books, and a slanderous libel calling the Prince of Scotland, Prince of Scotland, England, and Ireland.
- TNA SP 12/41, 30. 1566 November 24. Minute of a message to the House of Commons from the Queen, releasing the House from her former commands as to discussion on the succession. [Corrected by the Queen herself.]
- TNA SP 12/41, 31. 1566 November 25. Substance of the message by the Queen to the House of Commons, in conformity with the above.
- TNA SP 12/41, 32. 1566 November 25. Wm. Cayworthe to Cecil. Has sent by John Clement, a servant of Sir Walter Mildmay, the rent of the assarts, due at Michaelmas.
- TNA SP 12/41, 33. 1566 November 26. Archbishop Parker to Sir Wm. Cecil. Is glad the deanery of Chichester has been given to Mr. Curtis. Has distributed the Bible in parts to divers persons for translation. Wishes Cecil had leisure to undertake one of the Epistles.
- TNA SP 12/41, 34. 1566 November 30? Bill repealing the Act of 7 Edw. VI., and granting full liberty to the Company of Vintners of London to buy and sell wines wherever they pleased.
- TNA SP 12/41, 35. 1566 November Titles of various Bills passed in the House of Commons relative to matters ecclesiastical, temp. Edw. VI., Mary, Eliz.
- TNA SP 12/41, 36. 1566 November. Heads for an address proposed to be delivered to the Queen, at the end of the Parliament. In Cecil's hand.
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