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- TNA SP 12/44, 58. 1567?. Account of the revenue in the Court of Wards and Liveries for the possessions of the following noblemen, deceased, Thomas Earl of Southampton, John de Vere Earl of Oxford, Henry Earl of Rutland, and Edward Duke of Somerset.
- TNA SP 12/44, 59. 1567. Petition of Wm. Peterson and others, merchants, trading to the eastern ports, to the Queen, complaining of injuries done to them by the King of Denmark and his subjects.
- TNA SP 12/44, 60. 1567. Instructions for the training of Harquebusiers throughout the realm of England, and for their incorporation with certain privileges. Indorsed by Cecil, "Mr. Pelham's devise for Harquebusyers."
- TNA SP 12/44, 61. 1567. Names of Dukes, Marquises, Earls, Bishops, creeks, ports, and havens, and the shires of England.
- TNA SP 12/44, 62. 1567. Abel Sylvius to Cecil. Has endeavoured to conduct himself conformably to the profession of Christ's religion. Latin. [Defaced by damp.]
- TNA SP 12/44, 63. 1567. Petition of Edward Jackman, Francis Bowier, Barnard Field, and many others, merchants, to the Queen. Complaining of the seizure of their cloths, under an edict of the King of Barbary.
- TNA SP 12/44, 64. 1567. Memorandum, in Cecil's hand, relative to measures of defence to be adopted. The Navy to be put in readiness; musters taken; beacons to be prepared, &c.
- TNA SP 12/44, 65. 1567. John Brantar, a mariner of Brittany, to the Queen. Prays for the restoration of his vessel, which has been captured, and is detained by Capt. Wm. Piers.
- TNA SP 12/44, 66. 1567. Petition of the Dean and Chapter of Norwich to the Queen, praying to be released from the payment of arrears of a certain rentcharge from the 1st Edw. VI.
- TNA SP 12/44, 67. 1567. Notes of various public occurrences from the year 1564 to 1567; by whom does not appear. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/44, 68. 1567. Statement of the sources and amount of income of Wm. Lord Howard of Effingham, shewing the excess of his expenditure, and soliciting a grant from the Queen of 300l. a year in land.
- TNA SP 12/44, 69. 1567. Paper of intelligence, indorsed by Cecil, "Jho. Spencer's wryt[n]g." Giving information principally against Papists and Recusants in England and abroad. A letter to be sent as from Dean Goodman, to bring Mr. Allatt from Venice. Book of complaint of the Queen of Scots to her son, &c.
- TNA SP 12/44, 70. 1567. Grant to John and James Conyers of the Office of Auditors of the Duchy of Cornwall.
- TNA SP 12/44, 71. 1567. Note of diverse disorders needful to be reformed in the University of Cambridge [by a Vice-Chancellor; probably Ric. Longeworthe]. Refusal of Mr. Hammond, Mr. Bille, and Mr. Swale to read their lectures. Disorder in keeping the University chests, and of the fund for loan of money to poor scholars.
- TNA SP 12/44, 72. 1567. Letters Patents of incorporation, granted at the suit of the Earl of Leicester, to the Earls of Huntingdon and Warwick, Sir Ambrose Cave, Sir Nich. Throkmorton, Sir Thos. Lucye, Sir Ric. Knightley, and Clement Throgmorton, Esq. Constituting them Governors of the possessions and revenues of the Preachers of the Gospel in the county of Warwick.
- TNA SP 12/44, 73. 1567. Dr. Eliseus Bomelius to Sir Wm. Cecil. Complains of his treatment by the College of Physicians. Has always treated Dr. Francis, the President, with respect. Refers the matter to Sir Tho. Smith. Prays to be liberated from prison. Latin.
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- TNA SP 12/45, 73. 1567-1604. An entry book of letters and papers of very miscellaneous character, from 1567 to the end of Q. Elizabeth's reign. The separate articles are described in their respective dates as near as can be ascertained.
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