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- TNA SP 12/43, 22. 1567 July 1. Earl of Lennox to Sir Wm. Cecil. The Queen has restored him and his wife to favour, but has not made restitution to them of their estate. They are upwards of 3,000l. in debt. Solicits a loan of 1,000l. from the Queen.
- TNA SP 12/43, 23. 1567 July 7. Tho. Keys to Leicester and Cecil. Prays that they will bear in mind his long imprisonment, and intercede with the Queen for his pardon.
- TNA SP 12/43, 24. 1567 July 13. Bishop Grindall to Cecil. Begs him to further the suit of the bearer for a licence to make a collection for ransom of certain Englishmen, captives in Algiers.
- TNA SP 12/43, 25. 1567 July 18. Bond of Sir Roger Vaughan, of Talgarth, co. Brecon, and others, to Thomas Earl of Northumberland and others; condition not specified. Indorsed "for the Lady Eleanor Vaughan."
- TNA SP 12/43, 26. 1567 July 20. Examination of Morris Freman upon certain interrogatories administered to him at Richmond, as to transactions which took place while he was in the service of Lord and Lady Strange.
- TNA SP 12/43, 27. 1567 July 18. Sir Walter Mildmay to Cecil. Does not understand the object of Throkmorton's legation. The Scottish affairs are in a doubtful position. The French should not be suffered to gain influence there. The Irish affairs go on prosperously.
- TNA SP 12/43, 28. 1567 July 21. Serjeant Nich. Barham and Tho. Wotton to same. Have sent a form of licence, for the residence of certain foreigners in Maidstone, nearly similar to one granted to Sandwich.
- TNA SP 12/43, 29. 1567 July 22. Bishop Grindall to Sir Wm. Cecil. In favour of certain articles required by the foreigners for their establishment and carrying on of trades and manufactures in various towns. Incloses TNA SP 12/43, 29. i.
- TNA SP 12/43, 29. i. 1567 July 16. Supplication to the Queen by the foreigners driven from the Low Countries on account of their religion, to be allowed to settle and carry on their occupations in various towns in England.
- TNA SP 12/43, 30. 1567 July 22. Foreigners from the Low Countries to the Earl of Pembroke and Sir Wm. Cecil. Have represented to the Queen and Council the extremity to which they are reduced. Particulars of their request as to the persons to be brought with them, and the manufactures to be carried on.
- TNA SP 12/43, 31. 1567 July 23. Wm. Humfrey Sir Wm. Cecil. The house for manufacturing wire is in readiness for use. The experiments already made shew that 25 cwt. may be produced weekly.
- TNA SP 12/43, 32. 1567 July 27. Marq. of Winchester Sir Wm. Cecil. Sends him for consideration the plans for the tomb of Henry VIII. to be put up at Windsor.
- TNA SP 12/43, 33. 1567 July 31. Anthony Smetheley, Foedary of the East Riding of Yorkshire, to same. Concerning the repair of the sluice called the Gallow Clowe, by order of the Commissioners of Sewers of Kingston-upon-Hull. Incloses TNA SP 12/43, 33. i-iii.
- TNA SP 12/43, 33. i. 1567 July 27. Mayor, &c. of Hull to Anth. Smetheley. Applying for the amount assessed on Mr. Stapleton's lands for repair of the Gallow Clowe on the Humber. Kingston-on-Hull.
- TNA SP 12/43, 33. ii. 1567 July 21. Copy of the verdict of the Jury, finding Robert Stapleton and Francis Hawldenbye liable to the repair of the Gallow Clowe.
- TNA SP 12/43, 33. iii. 1567 July. Estimate for repairs of the Gallow Clowe, within the county of Kingston-on-Hull, parcel of the inheritance of Mr. Stapleton, the Queen's ward.
- TNA SP 12/43, 34. 1567 July. Statement of sums due by collectors of the subsidy from the laity, for which they had not accounted on the 5th July.
- TNA SP 12/43, 35. 1567 July. Note of the first payment of the subsidy by the clergy, due 24th May and to be paid before the last of October. July 1567.
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