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- TNA SP 12/44, 55. 1567 December 2. Account of money paid in Michaelmas Term on debts remaining in the office of the Queen's Remembrancer of the Exchequer.
- TNA SP 12/44, 56. 1567 December 20. Ric. Hurleston to the Earl of Pembroke. Gives intelligence, by good information, of great preparations making by the King of Spain for the invasion of England. Certain gentlemen in Lancashire have taken a solemn oath not to come to the communion, and they rejoice greatly at the report of a Spanish invasion.
- TNA SP 12/44, 57. 1567 December. Petition of Geo. Lamplugh to the Council, to be authorized to superintend the mineral works, in the place of Mr. Thurland, and to have a grant of certain tythes, &c. in Great and Little Broughton, co. Cumberland.
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