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- TNA SP 12/41, 54. 1566. Questions in theology, natural and moral philosophy, law, &c. to be argued at Oxford.
- TNA SP 12/41, 55. 1566. Questions propounded at Oxford. In Cecil's hand.
- TNA SP 12/41, 56. 1566. List of questions, arranged after the manner of Bellarmin; to be discussed at Oxford.
- TNA SP 12/41, 57. 1566/ Observations whether or not it be convenient for the Company of Merchant Adventurers, at their first return into the Low Countries, to repair to Antwerp.
- TNA SP 12/41, 58. 1566. Notes, in the hand-writing of Sir Wm. Cecil, of the inconvenience of extending the power of bringing more wines into the realm.
- TNA SP 12/41, 59. 1566. Answer on behalf of the town of Shrewsbury to the petition on the part of West Chester to have a staple of the cottons and friezes made in North Wales, to be settled at that city.
- TNA SP 12/41, 60. 1566. Certificate of Sir Christopher Draper, Lord Mayor of London, of the assessment of certain foreigners to the first payment of the subsidy granted to the Queen. With attestation of John Mershe, Gov. of the Merchant Adventurers, as to exemption of the Company in Flanders.
- TNA SP 12/41, 61. 1566 Extract from an old book in the Exchequer, containing certain notes relative to customs, scavage, and other duties, payable by strangers.
- TNA SP 12/41, 62. 1566. Abel Sylvius to Cecil. Compliments him on his virtues, and solicits his patronage. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/41, 63. 1566. List of the Judges and principal officers in several Courts of Law.
- TNA SP 12/41, 64. 1566. Note of the rents of Thomas Robinson, son and heir of William Robinson, deceased, at Alvecote, in the county of Warwick.
- TNA SP 12/41, 65. 1566. Orders to be observed in the Office of Ordnance, as appointed by the Earl of Warwick.
- TNA SP 12/41, 66. 1566. Warrant for releasing such persons as have been deprived for non-conformity, from payment of first fruits of promotions to dignities and offices ecclesiastical.
- TNA SP 12/41, 67. 1566. A treatise on the well government of a Commonwealth, under the head of Faith, Concord, Order, and Discipline; showing chiefly that encouragement of husbandry and education of the lower orders, were the principal elements of prosperity.
- TNA SP 12/41, 68. 1566. Account of the Bailiff and Collector of the manor of Howton, in the county of York, late parcel of the possessions of the Monastery of St. Oswald.
- TNA SP 12/41, 69. 1566. Grant to Hugh Councell and Ambrose Earl of Warwick, of certain revenues from concealed lands, which have been forfeited to the Crown under attainder, or as having been appropriated to superstitious uses.
- TNA SP 12/41, 70. 1566. Commission by the Queen to, for taking up money for her service.
- TNA SP 12/41, 71. 1566. Reasons to move the Queen that orders may be appointed for the redress of many things concerning the Posts.
- TNA SP 12/41, 72. 1566. Ordinances for the order of the Posts and hackneymen, between London and Dover.
- TNA SP 12/41, 73. 1566. Table of the wages of the Posts northwards, as they have continued from the beginning of the Queen's Majesty's reign to the present,
- TNA SP 12/41, 74. 1566. Wages of the Posts from the Court to Berwick.
- TNA SP 12/41, 75. 1566. Petition of artificers and labourers to the Parliament, praying that the exportation of leather and raw hides be restrained.
- TNA SP 12/41, 76. 1566. Notes in Cecil's hand. Definition of the term "vagabond;" and draft of clauses against exporting grain; and for preservation of woods.
- TNA SP 12/41, 77. 1566. Effect of the Act prohibiting any one to use any trade or art unless he has been apprenticed to the same.
- TNA SP 12/41, 78. 1566. Re-grant to Robert Earl of Leicester (the original grant being 9th June 1563) of the manor and lands of Cleobury Mortimer, as well in the county of Salop as of Worcester, parcel of the possessions of the late Earl of March.
- TNA SP 12/41, 79. 1566."Allegations in the behalf of the high and mighty Princess, the Lady Mary, now Queen of Scots, against the opinions and books set forth in the part and favour of the Lady Katharine [Grey] and the rest of the issues of the French Queen, touching the succession of the Crown."
- TNA SP 12/41, 80. 1566. Petition of the inhabitants of St. Katherines, near the Tower, to Sir Wm. Cecil, for his aid and assistance in resisting the attempts of Doctor Willson, Master of the Hospital, to sell the liberties and royalties of the same to the Lord Mayor of London.
- TNA SP 12/41, 81. 1566. Petition of Leonard Bates, of Welbury, York, to Cecil; showing that he held the manor of Welbury from the late Wm. Lord Dacre, on condition of marrying Margery, the widow of James Kyrton, and bringing up his son, an infant, which he had done; but was now troubled by one Bennet Chomelly for the possession thereof. Prays that he may have undisturbed possession during the minority of George Lord Dacre.
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