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- TNA SP 12/44, 35. 1567 November 3. Note touching the raising of 4,000 Harquebusiers to be taken from the artificers in certain towns specified; with regulations for their equipment and train.
- TNA SP 12/44, 36. 1567 November 4. Lease by the Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's to Ric. Pickering, demising for 24 years certain tenements in Carter Lane, London, to the said Pickering, with his bond for performance of the same.
- TNA SP 12/44, 37. 1567 November 8. Lady Elizabeth Hoby to Cecil. Mr. John Burlace has requested her to solicit that the shrievalty of Buckinghamshire should be bestowed on Mr. Edmund Ashfield, or some other person more able to bear the charge thereof than himself.
- TNA SP 12/44, 38. 1567 November 9. Lady Margaret Lennox to Sir Wm. Cecil. Touching the great loss which she and her lord have sustained in their estate. Begs he will acquaint the Queen therewith.
- TNA SP 12/44, 39. 1567 November 10. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has been employed in making certain instruments for the copper and latten works. Proceedings in mineral operations.
- TNA SP 12/44, 40. 1567 November 12?. Nich Stere to Sir Wm. Cecil. Professes his attachment to the doctrines of the Gospel, and solicits his favourable opinion and assistance against Jones. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 41. 1567 November 12. The heads of various houses and the Public Orator of Cambridge to Sir Wm. Cecil. in favour of Mr. Stere. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 42. 1567 November 15. The Duke of Norfolk to Cecil. The Earl of Sussex has imparted to him the subject of his negociation. The Duke is in favour of the match: the only obstacle is the Archduke's religion. Denies himself to be papist.
- TNA SP 12/44, 43. 1567 November 19. Bishop Grindall to Sir Wm. Cecil. Thinks the appointment of Mr. Dorrell to be Primate of Armagh will hinder the cause of religion in Ireland.
- TNA SP 12/44, 44. 1567 November 21. Thurland, Hechstetter, and Lover to Pembroke, Leicester, and Cecil. In favour of the bearer, Geo. Lamplugh. The great flood has much damaged the works. Ores are plentiful.
- TNA SP 12/44, 45. 1567 November 22. Wm. Humfrey to Cecil. Reasons for the low rate of his tender for farming the copper mines. Years may pass before any profit can arise to the workers of them.
- TNA SP 12/44, 46. 1567 November 24. Norfolk to Sir Wm. Cecil. Fears he will think him long in answering his most gentle letter. Has lately been greatly vexed by the devices which now begin to be sown abroad. Can justify any thing he has written.
- TNA SP 12/44, 47. 1567 November 24. Master and Fellows of Queen's College, Camb. to same, relative to the Queen's letter in favour of Mr. Worthington. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 48. 1567 November 27. Earl of Leicester to Cecil. Has sent him a letter with French intelligence. The Prince there is very strong and has double the force of the other party. Purport of the Prince's letter to the Queen.
- TNA SP 12/44, 49. 1567 November 28. The Vice-Chancellor and Senate of Cambridge to Sir Wm. Cecil. Acknowledges his care of the interests and privileges of the University. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 50. 1567 November 28. William Lewin to Sir Wm. Cecil. Gratefully acknowledges the facility of access to him which he permits the members of the University to enjoy. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 51. 1567 November 28. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Proofs have been taken of the different weights of latten and copper, especially for great ordnance, of which he communicates the result.
- TNA SP 12/44, 52. 1567 November 28. Speech of the Lord Keeper in the Star Chamber before the Council and others, touching the rumors circulated by the bringing in of seditious books, to the derogation and dishonour of Almighty God, and the established religion. Is no advocate for bloody laws; but "it is better for a man to be twice whipped than once hanged."
- TNA SP 12/44, 53. 1567 November 29. Sir. Geo. Stanley to the Earl of Derby. Letter sent by the Countess of Derby to Lady Strange, which was so blotted and powdered with tears as it could not well be read. The subject has come under the notice of the Queen. Foreign news. Proceedings of the Earl of Sussex, &c.
- TNA SP 12/44, 54. 1567 November. Petition of Hugh Alyn to Sir Wm. Cecil. His poverty. Desires to be released from prison as he has no means of maintaining himself.
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