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September 1566

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  • TNA SP 12/40, 55. 1566 September 1. Presentments by a July at Folkestone, of the value of certain articles taken up at sea, being droits of Admiralty. [The Jury were fifteen in number, and every one makes his mark.]
  • TNA SP 12/40, 56. 1566 September Return of the Jury of Inquisition held at Dover Castle, to certain articles relating to the jurisdiction of the Cinque Ports.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 57. 1566 September 2. Congratulatory verses on the arrival and reception at Oxford, of the Earl of Leicester and Sir Wm. Cecil, Chancellors of the two Universities, by George Coryat. Latin.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 58. 1566 September 2? Similar verses, by James Calf hill, addressed to Sir Wm. Cecil, on the same occasion. Latin.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 59. 1566 September 3? Anthony Marcham to Sir Wm. Cecil. Apologizes for troubling him with his rude letter. His poverty. Desires Cecil's assistance, for without his aid he shall be compelled to leave Oxford. Latin.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 60. 1566 September 3. H. Kyllygrew to Mr. Hugh Fitzwilliams. Gives particulars of his visit to the Scottish Court. Description of Queen Elizabeth's progress to Kenilworth, where she was magnificently entertained by the Earl of Leicester.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 61. 1566 September 6. Lady Mary Grey to Cecil. Begs he will continue his good offices towards her, and solicits to have an interview with the Queen, at Lord Windsor's.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 62. 1566 September 12. Winchester to Sir Wm. Cecil. Specifies the charges of the Marches of Berwick, Carlisle, and the Borders, from time of King Henry VIII. Exposition of finance affairs.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 63. 1566 September 19. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. The Earl of Pembroke has befriended them, allowing them the use of Bristol Castle. Details their proceedings there, and in the adjacent country.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 64. 1566 September 20. Thos. Thurland to Sir Wm. Cecil. The smelting house and other mineral operations are in progress, but are more chargeable than he imagined. There is plenty of copper ore in the country.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 65. 1566 September 24. Mayor, &c. of Cambridge to Sir Wm. Cecil. As to the return of two Burgesses to serve in Parliament; Roger Slegg and Henry Serle being disqualified.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 66. 1566 September 30. Lady Mary Grey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Entreats him to intercede with the Queen for pardon, and that she may be received again into Her Grace's favour.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 67. 1566 September 30. Matthew Maperley, Schoolmaster of Grantham, to Sir Wm. Cecil. Complains of the obtrusion of certain little children into the school of Grantham, contrary to the regulations, and of other innovations attempted. Latin.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 68. 1566 September. A memorial of things fit to be considered by the Parliament. Mr. Walsyngham to be of the House.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 69. 1566 September. Account of the second payment of the subsidy granted to the Queen.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 70. 1566 September. Account of the customs and subsidies payable on wines in the ports of England and Wales, commonly called the Butlerage.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 71. 1566 September. The offer of James Morley and Henry Smythe for the custom of woollen cloths and wines payable to the Queen.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 72. 1566 September. Ordinances and decrees established at Sempringham, co. Lincoln, by the Right Hon. Edward Lord Clynton and others, Commissioners of Sewers, for works in the fens there.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 73. 1566 September. Bond of Sir Thos. Gresham in the sum of 500 crowns, to John Fuggar, as security for payment to John Steinberg, for sending 20 German miners into England. Indorsed by Cecil, "Parson Thurland." Latin.
  • TNA SP 12/40, 74. 1566 September. Conditions for John Steinberg (Hans Stainbarge) to come over into England with 20 or 30 Germans, skilled in minerals, to try some newly discovered mines. Sureties for repayment of the 500 crowns.

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