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- TNA SP 12/42, 55. 1567 May 4. Sir Laurence Smyth and Sir Hugh Cholmondeley to the Council. Have taken order for the transportation of 250 soldiers to Ireland. Have borrowed money of the city of Chester for their expenses. Incloses TNA SP 12/42, 55. i.
- TNA SP 12/42, 55. i. 1567 May. Note of all the charges defrayed within the county of Chester for transportation of 250 men into Ireland.
- TNA SP 12/42, 56. 1567 May 5. Account of arrears due to the Duchess of Somerset on her jointure, since the death of the Duke of Somerset; and suit of the Duchess for recompence for the same.
- TNA SP 12/42, 57. 1567 May 7. Orders established by the Earl Marshal for regulation of the College of Arms, in which are recited the proceedings of several chapters of the Heralds and Officers at Arms previously held.
- TNA SP 12/42, 58. 1567 May 8. Notes of the contents of Geo. Nedham's letters from Keswick to Mr. Alderman Duckett, about minerals and mining affairs.
- TNA SP 12/42, 59. 1567 May 9. Sir Nich. Throkmorton to the Earl of Leicester. Mr. Colville has delivered his letter to the Queen. She much commended the manner of his writing, and desired to see what he had written to Throkmorton himself. Her observations. Proceedings with Applierd and Trendell. The Earl of Sussex going to the Emperor.
- TNA SP 12/42, 60. 1567 May 9. Sir Nich. Throkmorton to the Earl of Leicester. Intelligence from Scotland. Confederacy of the nobles to annul the Queen of Scots marriage with Earl Bothwell. Conciliation between the Lutherans and Calvinists. Marriage of Lord Paget to be solemnized at Drayton.
- TNA SP 12/42, 61. 1567 May 10. Geo. Nedham to the Queen. Reports his proceedings on conveying her letters to the Earl of Northumberland, requiring the delivery of certain ores stayed by him at the mines in Cumberland.
- TNA SP 12/42, 62. 1567 May 11. Grant to the Burgesses of Great Yarmouth of the remission of the sum of 100l. payable by them on account of the fifteenths and tenths granted by the Parliament.
- TNA SP 12/42, 63. 1567 May 11. The Queen to Thomas Stanley and others. Warrant to attend the assays of gold and silver at the Mint, within the Tower of London, and the pixing of the moneys according to the Mint indenture.
- TNA SP 12/42, 64. 1567 May 12. Bartholomew Clerke to Cecil. Expresses his gratitude for benefits conferred. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/42, 65. 1567 May 13. William Lewin to Sir Wm. Cecil. Extols his patronage of learning, Latin.
- TNA SP 12/42, 66. 1567 May 23. Wm. Lord Cobham to Sir Wm. Cecil. Intelligence received of warlike preparations making by the French and King of Spain in Flanders and Holland. Money may be had in Bremen.
- TNA SP 12/42, 67. 1567 May 25. Bartholomew Dodington to Sir Wm. Cecil. Acknowledges the paternal friendship which he has shown to the University of Cambridge. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/42, 68. 1567 May 25. Geo. Nedham to Sir Wm. Cecil. Describes the haven and castle of Pillafowdre, in Lancashire: an extraordinary fish lately taken there. Mineral operations in Cumberland. Recommends an exchange of certain lands between the Queen and the Earl of Northumberland.
- TNA SP 12/42, 69. 1567 May 27. Eliseus Bomelius, MD., to Sir Wm. Cecil. Exposes the ignorance of Dr. [Thomas] Francis, in Latin and astronomy. Solicits to be released from prison.
- TNA SP 12/42, 70. 1567 May 28. Ar. Waad to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has taken order for keeping back all boats on the Thames, and for bringing Cor. [Cornelius Alnetanus?] to Court to-morrow. His personal manner.
- TNA SP 12/42, 71. 1567 May 29. Mayor, &c. of Southampton, to Sir Wm. Cecil. Are willing to admit certain foreigners, to the number of one hundred or more, to reside in the town, as they are disposed to communicate certain arts of manufacture.
- TNA SP 12/42, 72. 1567 May 29. Sir John Savage, Sir Lan. Smyth, and Sir Hugh Cholmondeley to the Council. Have borrowed certain sums of money for the purpose of sending the soldiers into Ireland; for repayment of which they request a sufficient remittance. Incloses TNA SP 12/42, 72. i.
- TNA SP 12/42, 72. i. 1567 May. Account of money borrowed of certain merchants and others of Chester, for the purpose of transporting soldiers to Ireland.
- TNA SP 12/42, 73. 1567 May 30. Bishop Grindall to Cecil. Has examined the book (a Greek MS.) brought by the stranger; it contains; 30 homilies of Chrysostom. Thinks the MS is undoubtedly written by Chrysostom, and worthy to be presented to the Queen.
- TNA SP 12/42, 74. 1567 May. The Queen to the Master of the Rolls. Warrant to deliver the Rolls of Parliament, Patent Rolls, and other Records belonging to the Court of Chancery, into the custody of William Bowyer, Keeper of the Records in the Tower.
- TNA SP 12/42, 75. 1567 May. Petitions by the tenants and inhabitants of the Soke of Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, to the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. Complain of being unduly assessed by the Duchy Court with the whole charge of diking Wainfleet Haven, &c.; and question as to Mr. Bertie's manor of Spilsby.
- TNA SP 12/42, 76. 1567 May. Note of matters to be transacted by the Commissioners of Sewers relative to Wainfleet Haven and the Soke of Bolingbroke.
- TNA SP 12/42, 77. 1567 May . Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster to Lord Willoughby, Sir Edw. Dymock, and Sir Wm. Skipwith Commissioners of Sewers for Lincolnshire. Directions for assessing certain foreigners who ought to be charged with the diking of Wainfleet Haven, &c.
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