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- TNA SP 12/43, 1. 1567 June 1. Edw. Gooddinge to Sir Wm. Cecil. Gives an account of his proceedings in salt works established in Essex and Suffolk.
- TNA SP 12/43, 2. 1567 June 7. Earl of Lennox to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has made humble submission to the Queen in writing; begs him to use his good offices that he may be restored to her favour again.
- TNA SP 12/43, 3. 1567 June 7. Peter Back to the Queen. Solicits to be allowed to carry on certain experiments in the manufacture of salt, and preparation of madder as a dye. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/43, 4. 1567 June 15. Wm. Bowyer to Cecil. Touching the removal of records into his custody in the Tower. The Master of the Rolls objects to their being wholly transferred thither. [Mutilated.] Incloses
- TNA SP 12/43, 4. i. 1567 June. Collection by Mr. Bowyer of documents showing that it was customary from the time of the Conquest to deposit all records of the Crown in the Tower. Also that the Record Office. there is a distinct office by itself, and does not appertain to the Master of the Rolls.
- TNA SP 12/43, 5–6. 1567 June 15. Copy of Bowyer's letter, before the mutilation, and of the inclosure.
- TNA SP 12/43, 7. 1567 June 16. Earl of Leicester to Cecil. Upon the affairs of Scotland. The Scottish Lords have agreed their Prince should ever remain under Her Majesty's protection. They are opposed to Earl Bothwell. The Queen of Scots is said to be with child. Queen Elizabeth's conversation with Leicester thereon. Suit of Mr. Power for a farm at Windsor.
- TNA SP 12/43, 8. 1567 June 17. John Whitgyfe to Sir Wm. Cecil. Acknowledges his singular goodness in placing him in Trinity College. Repels a charge of encouraging nonconformity; but it grieveth him that any man should cease from preaching on account of things indifferent. Smallness of his income and extreme necessity have brought him into debt.
- TNA SP 12/43, 9. 1567 June 21. Gabriel Goodman, Dean of Westminster, to Sir Wm. Cecil. Conference between Sir Tho. Cornwaleys, Mr. Provost, and Mr. Harpsfield on matters of religion. The opinions of Cornwaleys respecting the Church of Rome. Thinks when his conscience is further enlightened he will yield to the truth.
- TNA SP 12/43, 10. 1567 June 21. Sir Thomas Cornwaleys to Sir Wm. Cecil. His humble submission to the Queen, shewing that he is willing to conform himself in matters of religion. Incloses TNA SP 12/43, 10. i.
- TNA SP 12/43, 10. i. 1567 June. Submission of Sir Thomas Cornwaleys to the Queen. Entreats pardon for his offence in having withstood her laws for establishing true religion.
- TNA SP 12/43, 11. 1567 June 22. Petition of certain foreign artists in various branches of weaving to Cecil, that he would permit them to settle at Stamford, in Lincolnshire, and to occupy his house and 200 or 300 acres of ground there.
- TNA SP 12/43, 12. 1567 June 24. Proportion of ordnance, powder, &c. for the fort at Genoia [Guinea] if there shall be need of any fortification: signed John Hawkyns.
- TNA SP 12/43, 13. 1567 June 25. Remembrances touching the mines collected out of Geo. Nedham's letters from Keswick to Mr. Alderman Duckett.
- TNA SP 12/43, 14. 1567 June 27. Wm. Mount to Sir Wm. Cecil. Acknowledges the favourable mention which he has made of him in letters to his patron Smyth. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/43, 15. 1567 June 28. Memorandum of arrears due by collectors of subsidy granted anno 8 Eliz.
- TNA SP 12/43, 16. 1567 June 30. Bishop Horn to Cecil. The township of Southampton is willing to admit the Netherlanders who have been driven from their country on account of their religion. Recommends their case. June 30 1567 Farnham.
- TNA SP 12/43, 17. 1567 June 30. Note of assigments and payments in the Exchequer.
- TNA SP 12/43, 18. 1567 June. Account of the charges for transporting 250 soldiers from Chester to Ireland, by order of Sir J. Savage, Sir L. Smyth, and Sir H. Cholmondeley, and of sums advanced for payment of the same.
- TNA SP 12/43, 19. 1567 June. Mayor, &c. of Maidstone to the Queen. Pray for licence under her Letters Patent to receive certain families of foreigners, artificers in the various branches of manufacture detailed.
- TNA SP 12/43, 20. 1567 June. Petition of John de Beaulieu, for himself and other foreigners resident at Southampton, to Cecil, praying to be discharged of the customs for such wares and merchandizes as they shall manufacture there.
- TNA SP 12/43, 21. 1567 June. The Queen to the Master and Council of the Court of Wards and Liveries. Warrant to permit Lady Catharine and Lady Mary Grey, daughters and co-heiresses of Henry Duke of Suffolk and Frances his wife, to receive the rents and profits of certain lands late parcel of the possessions of the College of Astley, co. Warwick.
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