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- TNA SP 12/46, 17. 1567/8 February 1. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Progress of the works at the foundry for calamine and copper. Parties present at the first melting.
- TNA SP 12/46, 18. 1567/8 February 3. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Sends him a piece of new made latten. The calamine continues as good as the first proof.
- TNA SP 12/46, 19. 1567/8 February 3. The Queen to the Earl of Derby, the Bishop of Chester, the Sheriff of Lancaster, and others. Directs them to attach such persons who, under pretence of religion, draw sundry gentlemen and other persons from their duty and allegiance. Feb. 3 1568. [Drafts of three letters on one sheet.]
- TNA SP 12/46, 20. 1567/8 February 3. Copy of TNA SP 12/46, 19.
- TNA SP 12/46, 21. 1567/8 February 3. The President and Prebendaries of Wells to Sir Wm. Cecil. Complain of the non-residence of Dr. Turner, their Dean, which was against the statutes of their Cathedral Church. Incloses TNA SP 12/46, 21. i-iii.
- TNA SP 12/46, 21. i. 1567/8 February. Oath of the Dean of Wells, for observance of the statutes of that church.
- TNA SP 12/46, 21.ii. 1567/8 February. Oath of the Dean of Wells for observation of the statute that none while absent should share in that which is due only to those present.
- TNA SP 12/46, 21. iii. 1565 May 21. Agreement between the Chapter and the Dean of Wells, as to the terms on which a lengthened absence should be granted to him.
- TNA SP 12/46, 22. 1567/8 February 4. The Queen to Tho. Randolph, Master of the Posts. He is to discharge all the posts unless they will serve for half their wages, except the posts of the Court.
- TNA SP 12/46, 23. 1567/8 February 6. The Queen to the Exchequer. Warrant to pay to Sir Owen Hopton 76l. towards the charges of the funeral of Lady Catharine Grey.
- TNA SP 12/46, 24. 1567/8 February 6. Particular account of the expenditure of 76l. received by Sir Owen Hopton at the Exchequer, for the funeral of Lady Catharine Grey. Sums paid to the Heralds, &c.
- TNA SP 12/46, 25. 1567/8 February 7. Sir Wm. Petre to Cecil. The non-residence of Dr. Turner, Dean of Wells, is contrary to the statutes of that church. Recommends that he should accede to some reasonable composition with the Chapter.
- TNA SP 12/46, 26. 1567/8 February 7. Articles by the Goldsmith's Company against Mr. Stanley, Treasurer of the Mint, complaining of his neglect of former promises made by him to the Marq. of Winchester and Sir Walter Mildmay. [See ante April 1567.]
- TNA SP 12/46, 27. 1567/8 February 7. Answer to articles (TNA SP 12/46, 26) exhibited against Thomas Stanley by certain goldsmiths.
- TNA SP 12/46, 28. 1567/8 February 7. Information given by Mr. Thos. Stanley, Treasurer of the Mint, relative to the misdemeanor of certain goldsmiths towards him; particularly Ric. Martyn, Tho. Gardenar, Robt. Wygges, &c.
- TNA SP 12/46, 29. 1567/8 February 7. Thos. Stanley to Cecil. Prays that the standard of the Goldsmith's Hall and the weights of the Mint at the Tower, and the Queen's standard for the coin at the Exchequer, might be tried and compared.
- TNA SP 12/46, 30. 1567/8 February 7. John Hales to Cecil. Has been subpoened to appear in the Court of Chancery, which he cannot do unless carried in a waggon or horse litter. Is under bond not to quit his house without the Queen's licence.
- TNA SP 12/46, 31. 1567/8 February 16. The Queen to the Marquis of Winchester. Order, at the intercession of the Spanish Ambassador, to restore to the owners certain pearls and rubies, seized by John Martyn, John Wood, and Peter Killigrew; with proceedings thereon.
- TNA SP 12/46, 32. 1567/8 February 21. The Queen to Edw. Holland, Sheriff of Lancaster. To cause cer tain deprived ministers to be apprehended and committed. On the back the following names are indorsed: "Alen, who wrote the late booke of Purgatory; Vause, ones Warden of Winchester; Murrey, Chaplen to Boner, late Bushop of London; Marshall, ones Deane of Christchurch, in Oxford; Hargrave, late Vicar of Blackbourne; and one Norreys, tearming himself a Physician." [In the names above written, Winchester is an error for Manchester, and Murrey for Murren: but they are printed exactly from the MS.]
- TNA SP 12/46, 33. 1567/8 February 21. The Queen to William Downman, Bishop of Chester. Urges him to take especial care for maintaining uniformity of religious worship within his diocese.
- TNA SP 12/46, 34. 1567/8 February 21. Marq. of Winchester to Sir Wm. Cecil. Gives his opinion of the tender made to the Queen for farming the duty on beer for exportation. Feb. 21 1568. Incloses TNA SP 12/46, 34. i.
- TNA SP 12/46, 34. i. 1567/8 February. Articles proposed for farming the duty on beer to be exported; at a rent of 500l. a year.
- TNA SP 12/46, 35. 1567/8 February 25. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Opinions of the Solicitor-General, Serjeants Wray and Manwood, and Mr. Ployden, touching the state of the privileges for battery and the use of the calamine stone.
- TNA SP 12/46, 36. 1567/8 February 28. B[aptist] S[pinola] to Sir Wm. Cecil. Observations on the course of foreign exchange. Italian.
- TNA SP 12/46, 37. 1567/8 February 28. Nicholas Bullingham, Bishop of Lincoln, and others, to same. Have issued letters for collections for relief of those persons who have fled out of France and Flanders to avoid persecution for religion. Incloses TNA SP 12/46, 37. i.
- TNA SP 12/46, 37. i. 1567/8 February. Circular letter addressed to the clergy of the diocese of Lincoln, requiring them to cause collections to be made on Sundays and Festival days, in their respective parishes.
- TNA SP 12/46, 38. 1567/8 February 29 . Marq. Winchester to the Queen. Many years experience have shewn him how necessary the possession of Calais is to England, for defence of the coast between Dover and Portsmouth. Wishes it were again in the hands of the English.
- TNA SP 12/46, 39. 1567/8 February. Hugh Curwen, Bp. of Oxford, to Cecil. The value of his Bishopric is but 500 marks per ann. from which various outgoings specified are to be deducted. Solicits a remission of the present subsidy.
- TNA SP 12/46, 40. 1567/8 February. Answer of John Tremayne to the Commissioners for Stannary matters in Cornwall.
- TNA SP 12/46, 41. 1567/8 February. Reply made by the Merchants of the Staple to certain articles devised against the making of cloths, called "crumplysts and oulterfynes."
- TNA SP 12/46, 42. 1567/8 February. Answer to the reply made by the Merchants of the Staple against the making of ulterfynes and cromlysts.
- TNA SP 12/46, 43. 1567/8 February. Dr. Eliseus Bomelius to Sir Wm. Cecil. His care and attendanc on Robert Wyngfeld. Has expended while residing in London more than 100l., and only received 12l. Desires Cecil to use some good means for his better remuneration. Latin.
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