1567/8 March

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March 1567/8

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  • TNA SP 12/46, 44. 1567/8 March 1. The Council to Bishop Grindall. To repress conventicles, and to confer with Alderman Bond, one of the Sheriffs of London, and devise proper measures for enforcing uniformity of religious worship.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 45. 1567/8 March 2. Lord Cobham to Cecil. Intelligence brought by English merchants from France. Application of the Secretary of the French Ambassador to pass with his old passport. Detention of goods brought from Calais.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 46. 1567/8 March 4. List of names of 72 persons found together within the parish of St. Martin's in the Fields, at the House of James Tynne, goldsmith, the fourth day of March.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 47. 1567/8 March 4. Articles devised by the Merchants of the Staple to be observed by the makers of the cloths called owtrefynes and cromplysts.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 48. 1567/8 March 10. Charges for the household expences for diet of mourners, and cering the corps of the Lady Catharine, and other expences, for which Sir Owen Hopton craveth allowance.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 49. 1567/8 March 10. Charge of diet, &c. for the funerals; included in the above.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 50. 1567/8 March 12. The Council to Peter Killigrew. Ordering him to restore certain rubies seized by him belonging to a foreigner.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 51. 1567/8 March 14. Sir Wm. Cecil to Sir Ralph Sadleyr. Sends him news out of France, and other foreign intelligence. Return of the Earl of Sussex, in good health. Is going with the Earl of Leicester to St. Alban's to assist the Lord Keeper. Incloses TNA SP 12/46, 51. i.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 51. i. 1567/8 March 1. Abstract of letters containing intelligence from France and Spain.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 52. 1567/8 March 14. Articles to be observed by the Mayor, &c. of Coventry for the true making of the cloths called owtrefines and cromplysts. Delivered by Mr. Mershe.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 53. 1567/8 March 14. Articles which the Mayor, Bailiff, &c. of Coventry, must be bound by indenture to perform, in making the cloths called ulterfines and cromplysts.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 54. 1567/8 March 17. Notes relative to the coinage of tin at the Stannary towns in Cornwall. Allowed by Edward Lord Hastings, of Loughborough, Warden of the Stannaries, and by John Cosowarthe, the Queen's Receiver.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 55. 1567/8 March 17. Copy of TNA SP 12/46, 54. with observations thereon, signed by G. Gerrard.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 56. 1567/8 March 20. Wm. Burd to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has perused the indenture for cloths to be made at Coventry. States the rate of duty to be paid on such as are shipped by English merchants.

March 1568

  • TNA SP 12/46, 57. 1568 March 28. Sir Wm. Cecil to Sir Ralph Sadleyr. The French Ambassador has stated that peace is concluded. Has intelligence from Scotland, that the Queen of Scots is to marry the Lord of Meffyn, a Stuart.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 58. 1568 March 29. Lord Cobham to Cecil. Concerning the cargo of a vessel lost on the Goodwin Sands, on the 22d of March.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 59. 1568 March. The Queen to the Lord Warden of the Stannaries in Devon and Cornwall. The coinage of the tin is in future to be kept at certain periods specified, at the towns of Liskeard, Helston, Truro, and Lestwithiel.
  • TNA SP 12/46, 60. 1568 March. Licence to Lucas de Hallye and Cornelius de Hooghe to exercise certain occult sciences, from which great advantage will arise to the Queen and her Dominions. March. Latin.

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