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October 1566

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  • TNA SP 12/40, 75. 1566 October 1. Tho. Warcope to Sir Wm. Cecil. Recommends the bearer, his brother, to his favour.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 76. 1566 October 1. Sir Ric. Molyneux and the Mayor of Liverpool to the Council. Have delivered to Wm. Aldersey certain leather and calf skins, for the use of Henry Sackforthe.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 77. 1566 October 2. Winchester to Cecil. Requests to know what answer he is to give to the merchants of the Venetian ships, as to importation of wines.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 78. 1566 October 3. Objections made by the town of Southampton, against the merchants of Venice, that they ought to unlade their malvesies and sweet wines at Hampton, and not elsewhere.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 79. 1566 October 7. Tho. Thurland, Provost of the Mines, to Cecil. Great progress of the mining works. Smelting houses and furnaces erected. Gold found on Crawford Muir.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 80. 1566 October 7. Tho. Thurland, Provost of the Mines to the Queen. Proof of gold found on Crawford Muir, in Scotland. Recommends her to compound with the Scottish Queen for lease of those lands, to prevent them getting into the hands of foreigners. Oct. 7 1566.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 81. 1566 October 10. Daniel Hechstetter to Johan Louver. Reports on the state of the mining works at Keswick. Shall discharge some of the workmen. The Germans ill treated by the English workmen. Murder of Leonard Stoultz, by one Fisher and his accomplices, who were protected by Lady Ratcliffe.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 82. 1566 October 12 William Cicill to Cecil. Recommends the bearer for employment in his service.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 83. 1566 October 13. Lionel Duckett to Sir Wm. Cecil. Is about to despatch a messenger to Keswick. The inhabitants of Keswick ought to be friendly to the foreigners there.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 84. 1566 October 13. Dr. Lewes to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has received his letters, to prevent certain persons, namely, John Chichester, Hawkyns at Plymouth, William Cooke, and Geo. Fenner, from repairing armed, for the purpose of traffic to places privileged by the King of Spain.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 85. 1566 October 14. A brief note of what the subsidy and two fifteens granted by the laity, anno 5 Eliz., amounts to.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 86. 1566 October 14. Declaration of the opinions and resolutions of Sir William Cordall, Master of the Rolls, and others, to the Duke of Norfolk, Committee of the body of George now Lord Dacre, of Gillesland, touching the supposed deed of entail made by William, late Lord Dacre.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 87. 1566 October 16. The Queen to Lord Scrope and the Justices of the Peace in Westmoreland and Cumberland. To repress the assaults, murders, and outrages on the Almain miners lately come there for the purpose of searching for and working minerals.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 88. 1566 October 17. Committee of the Privy Council, the Master of the Rolls, and forty members of the House of Commons, to consider of the aid or subsidy necessary, and in what manner it shall be paid.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 89. 1566 October 18. Sir Henry Norreys to Sir Wm. Cecil. Requests he will allow him a reasonable time for despatch of his own affairs.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 90. 1566 October 18? Notes concerning the grant of a subsidy to the Queen; Her purpose to marry. Renewal of suit for establishing the succession. Prayers for safety of the realm.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 91. 1566 October 19? Heads of a proposed address to the Queen, relative to her marriage and the succession. In Cecil's hand.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 92. 1566 October 20. Lady Lucy Harryngton to Cecil. Begs him to prevent the match between her son and Mistress Wynser; and to intercede that the Queen and the Earl of Leicester should not take offence at breaking it off.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 93. 1566 October 20. Notes concerning a bill to be exhibited in the Parliament House for traffic of the Company of Merchant Adventurers into Russia.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 94. 1566 October 27. Thomas Bing to Cecil. Acknowledges his great goodness towards him. Latin.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 95. 1566 October 28. Dr. Lewes to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has taken bonds of George Fenner not to spoil any of the Queen's subjects, nor to traffic into India or any other places privileged by the King of Spain. Will take order with Mr. Hawkyns.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 96. 1566 October 28. Note of the days appointed for payment of the subsidy.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 97. 1566 October 29. Walter Morgan to Cecil. Complains of being charged with arrears of tythes juxta Smalford, to which he was not liable.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 98. 1566 October 30. Notes relative to the tythes of St. Peter's Grange, in the tenure of Wm. Sleape, of St. Alban's, and of St. Michael's in the tenure of Sir Ric. Lee and Wm. Hudson; with directions that Walter Morgan should not be charged with arrears of tythes juxta Smalford.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 99. 1566 October 31. Dr. Lewes to the Council. Has taken the recognizances of John Hawkyns of Plymouth, who does not go in the voyage himself. Incloses TNA SP 12/40, 99. i.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 99. i. 1566 October 31. Bond of John Hawkyns of Plymouth, in 500l. to forbear sending his ship, the Swallow, about to make a voyage to the coast of Guinea, to any place in the Indies privileged by the King of Spain.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 100. 1566 October. Abstract of the book of survey and examination taken before the Bishop of Carlisle and others, Commissioners appointed by the Queen to examine the state of the revenues of the College of Carlisle, and other abuses and evil doings of the prebendaries there.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 101. 1566 October. Rent roll of certain Bailiffwicks within the Duchy of Lancaster.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 102. 1566 October. Notes, in Cecil's hand, of business to be moved in Parliament concerning the expediency of declaring the Queen's successor, of her entertaining the subject of marriage, &c.


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