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- TNA SP 12/44, 1. 1567 September 1. Marq. Winchester to Sir Wm. Cecil. Explains the grounds of his answers respecting the bargain for the Queen relative to the duties on cloth and wine. The house of Groby is almost down, and Broadgate will follow, if not repaired.
- TNA SP 12/44, 2. 1567 September 9. Grant to Henry Smith and Jas. Morley of the office of Surveyors. of the customs on woollen cloths and wines. Draft, corrected by Cecil.
- TNA SP 12/44, 3. 1567 September 9. Fair copy of TNA SP 12/44, 2.
- TNA SP 12/44, 4. 1567 September 12. Alfonso Ferrabosco to Cecil. Understands he has instructions that the patent should be made out for his life: begs that the words "de heredibus et successoribus nostris" may be inserted therein. Italian.
- TNA SP 12/44, 5. 1567 September 12. William Hughes to Sir Wm. Cecil. Desires permission to preach the funeral sermon of the late Duchess of Norfolk. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 6. 1567 September 15. Sir Tho. Smith to Sir Wm. Cecil. Mr. Scott, prebendary of Carlisle, is about to sue for a remedy of certain unreasonable leases at Carlisle. Desires the Council at York may be directed to take the matter in hand.
- TNA SP 12/44, 7. 1567 September 16. John Hawkyns to the Queen. The Portuguese who were to have directed them in their enterprize, have fled. Will undertake it himself. The voyage which he contemplates is "to lade negroes in Genoya [Guinea], and sell them in the West Indyes, in truck of golde, perles, and esmeraldes." [The origin of the slave trade.]
- TNA SP 12/44, 8. 1567 September 19. Bishop Horn to Cecil. The Mayor, &c. of Southampton are willing to admit the Merchant Strangers to reside there. The Strangers have undertaken no corrupt religious sects or opinions shall be encouraged among them.
- TNA SP 12/44, 9. 1567 September 16. Winchester to Cecil. Waste of corn in Norfolk and Suffolk. They cannot keep the plough going unless order is taken therein. Proposes a general restraint of exportation.
- TNA SP 12/44, 10. 1567 September 22. Winchester to Cecil. The Prior of St. John of Jerusalem desires a licence to transport certain kerseys; and the Treasurer of the Duke of Alva another to export two or three horses. Incloses TNA SP 12/44, 10. i-ii.
- TNA SP 12/44, 10. i. 1567 September 5. The Prior of Jerusalem (son of the Duke of Alva) to Winchester. Solicits permission to transport 2,000 pieces of kerseys and 200 pieces of cloth for clothing the King of Spain's troops. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 10. ii. 1567 September 13. Francis de Lixalde to Cecil. Requests licence to export two or three horses from England, for his own use. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 11. 1567 September 26. Notes of difference between the old and new privileges granted to the Merchants trading to Muscovia, by the Emperor there.
- TNA SP 12/44, 12. 1567 September 27. John Jewell, Bp. of Salisbury, to Sir Wm. Cecil. Is about to print his answer to Harding. Desires leave to address it to her Majesty as Harding already, in a bad cause, has done.
- TNA SP 12/44, 13. 1567 September 28. John Hawkyns to Cecil. Exculpates himself from three serious charges which have been reported against him to the Queen. Knows the Spaniards and Flemings hate him. Hopes to depart with the next fair wind.
- TNA SP 12/44, 14. 1567 September 29. Tho. Thurland to the Queen. They have at length attained to the making of fine and perfect copper: sends her a specimen. The mines promise well; nothing is wanting but workmen, &c.
- TNA SP 12/44, 15. 1567 September 29. Daniel Hechstetter and Hans Lover to Cecil. Can now make copper and have sent some to London. Will make trial if the copper ores contain silver and gold. Recommend that some conclusion be made between the Queen and the Earl of Northumberland.
- TNA SP 12/44, 16. 1567 September 29. Daniel Hechstetter to the Earls of Pembroke and Leicester and Sir Wm. Cecil. Describe their success in making copper from ores at Boroughdale; Mr. Alderman Duckett was present. Recommend Geo. Nedham, who has laboured diligently.
- TNA SP 12/44, 17. 1567 September 30. Account of debts due to the office of the Armoury from the 1st of May, and estimate of charges to 31st Dec. 1567.
- TNA SP 12/44, 18. 1567 September 30. The Queen to Winchester. Warrant for easing the amount of customs payable on commodities imported by certain Russian traders.
- TNA SP 12/44, 19. 1567 September. Declaration of the account of the receipt and revenues of the lands and possessions of the Earl of Oxford in various counties, to Michaelmas 1567. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 20. 1567 September. "The talke" between the Bishop [of London] and Master Pattenson, who had been suspended for preaching without a cure, and had in his sermons called the Bishop a traitor and antichrist.
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