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- TNA SP 12/44, 21. 1567 October 2. The Queen to Sir Owen Hopton. Directs him, in consequence of the demise of Sir John Wentworth, to take into his charge the Lady Catharine Grey, but to keep her from the access of all strangers.
- TNA SP 12/44, 22. 1567 October 2. Same to Mr. Roke Grene. Warrant to deliver Lady Catharine Grey into the charge of Sir Owen Hopton.
- TNA SP 12/44, 23. 1567 October 3. Sir Nich. Throkmorton to Cecil. Doubts not he is acquainted with the state of France by means of Sir Henry Norris. If the Protestants get the upper hand, it were well the Queen should make some favourable declaration towards them.
- TNA SP 12/44, 24. 1567 October 3. Mr. Roke Grene to Sir Wm. Cecil. Represents the inconvenience it will be for him to take charge of Lady Catharine Grey.
- TNA SP 12/44, 25. 1567 October 5. Archbishop Parker to Sir Wm. Cecil. The Bishop of Oxford elect must be sent to him for confirmation, as he is not exempt from the jurisdiction of the see of Canterbury.
- TNA SP 12/44, 26. 1567 October 5. Lionel Duckett to Sir Wm. Cecil. Does not doubt the mineral works will be profitable to the realm. Provision of wood and coal necessary. Requests he will cause some persons to be set at liberty, imprisoned for making certain cloth.
- TNA SP 12/44, 27. 1567 October 7. Nicolas Robinson, Bp. of Bangor, to Sir Wm. Cecil. The three shires of Carnarvon, Anglesey, and Merioneth are in great order and tranquility. Ignorance, of the Welsh. The use of images, altars, pilgrimages, and vigils very prevalent among them.
- TNA SP 12/44, 28. 1567 October 11. Sir Owen Hopton to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has made arrangements to take charge of the Lady Catharine Grey.
- TNA SP 12/44, 29. 1567 October 19. Dr. Wm. Hughes to Sir Wm. Cecil? Notes made on the authority of Scripture and the Fathers of the Church, relative to the descent of Christ into Hell. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 30. 1567 October 20. Wm. Mount to Sir Wm. Cecil. Professes his great satisfaction in being placed at the University under his patronage, his most honoured Mecænas. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 31. 1567 October 25. Lord Edward Seymaur to Sir Wm. Cecil. Thinks it his duty to entertain a grateful recollection of the benefits received at his hands. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 32. 1567 October 27. Bishop Grindall to Sir Wm. Cecil. Works at St. Paul's. The south aisle is to be covered with lead. Solicits contributions from the officers of the Court of Wards.
- TNA SP 12/44, 33. 1567 October. Joseph Josephe to Sir Wm. Cecil. In praise of virtue and charity. Solicits his assistance. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 34. 1567 October. Account of the first payment of subsidy by the clergy due 24th May, and payable before the last of October.
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