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- TNA SP 12/49, 55. 1568/9 March 1. Opinion of Dr. Lewes respecting the goods and merchandize stayed in Britanny belonging to William Lawallen and other merchants of Cork. Incloses TNA SP 12/49, 55. i.
- TNA SP 12/49, 55. i. 1568/9 February. Petition of William Lawallen and others, merchants of Cork, to Sir Wm. Cecil, stating that being bound for Bordeaux with wines they were driven into a harbour in Britanny, where they were spoiled of their goods to the value of 1200l., for which they solicit redress.
- TNA SP 12/49, 56. 1568/9 March 1. Orders devised for restraint of the carrying over cloths into the Low Countries, or bringing commodities thence.
- TNA SP 12/49, 57. 1568/9 March 6. John Hawkyns to Cecil. Sends him the manner of the Indies fleet. Requests he will suspend his opinion of the voyage, although it has not had a prosperous end. Solicits his favor towards the suits from Plymouth.
- TNA SP 12/49, 58. 1568/9 March 8. Lord Cobham to Cecil. The servants of the French Ambasbassador and of Sir H. Norreys are gone to Dover on their way to Boulogne. D'Assonleville is waiting to receive news. Increase of prices round Calais and Boulogne. There French pinnaces are off the Foreland and have taken divers vessels laden with corn.
- TNA SP 12/49, 59. 1568/9 March 8. Lord Cobham to Sir Wm. Cecil. The Captain of Calais has stayed three passengers of Dover and other English vessels and merchants, on information that two French ships laden with wine had been captured by Courtenay.
- TNA SP 12/49, 60. 1568/9 March 8. Lord Cobham to Sir Wm. Cecil. The bearer has brought a letter from M. D'Assonleville, who is doubtful about passing over.
- TNA SP 12/49, 61. 1568/9 March 8. Note of things to be provided for fitting out the ships Lion, Philip and Mary, Bonaventure, Primrose, Jenett, and the bark Bullein.
- TNA SP 12/49, 62. 1568/9 March 11. Lord Cobham to Sir Wm. Cecil. M D'Assonleville has passed over. The servants of Sir Hen. Norreys and the French Ambassador have taken their passage in another boat.
- TNA SP 12/49, 63. 1568/9 March 12. Philip Sidnei to Sir Wm. Cecil. Thanks him for his many favours. His progress in his studies. Begs him to excuse his troubling him with his rude letter. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/49, 64. 1568/9 March 14. Petition of Anthony Anderson, of Dunwich, to Sir Wm. Cecil. To forward his suit for recovery of his ship, the Jesus; and also the suits of Roger Copinger, John Portingale, Nich. Galwan and Ric. Breede, of Youghall, touching the goods taken from them by the French.
- TNA SP 12/49, 65. 1568/9 March 16. Heads of directions as to the mode of taking Musters throughout the kingdom. March 16 1569.
- TNA SP 12/49, 66. 1568/9 March 17. Wm. Malim (Guglielmo Malimio) to Cecil. Thanks him for his influence with the Earl of Leicester in his behalf. Mr. Wolley is now well provided, having succeeded the late Mr. Ascham. Sends Cecil a copy of complimentary Latin verses. Italian.
- TNA SP 12/49, 67. 1568/9 March 18. Wm. Wynter to Sir Wm. Cecil. Is loth to trouble him as he knows he is overwhelmed with business, but begs him to consider the bill for supply of the office of Ordnance.
- TNA SP 12/49, 68. 1568/9 March 21. Lord Cobham to Sir Wm. Cecil. The Captain of Calais has suffered one of the passengers to come home. Most of the mariners belonging to other ships are stayed.
- TNA SP 12/49, 69. 1568/9 March 23. William Overton to Sir Wm. Cecil. Represents the distressed condition of his brother, which he has no means of alleviating. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/49, 70. 1568/9 March 25. Earl of Bedford to Sir Wm. Cecil. His friend the bearer has been hardly used by the Governor of Berwick touching certain fishings there.
- TNA SP 12/49, 71. 1568/9 March 26. The Queen to certain Gentlemen and the Sheriff in every Shire. Appointing them Commissioners for taking Musters of men, horses, armour, and weapons, within the jurisdiction of each county.
- TNA SP 12/49, 72. 1568/9 March 26. John Thaccher and others to Lord Cobham? Transmit him the depositions of the certain men at Pevensey. March 26 1569. Inclosing TNA SP 12/49, 72. i-iii.
- TNA SP 12/49, 72. i. 1568/9 March 14. Commission from the Lord Warden to John Thaccher and others, Jurats of Pevensey, to inquire as to certain wrecks within the Cinque Ports.
- TNA SP 12/49, 72. ii. 1568/9 March. Interrogatories to certain persons at Pevensey relative to a ship and goods wrecked there.
- TNA SP 12/49, 72. iii. 1568/9 March. Answers by various persons of Pevensey to the interrogatories in TNA SP 12/49, 72. ii.
- TNA SP 12/49, 73. 1569 March 27. Henry Cheke to Sir Wm. Cecil. Gratefully acknowledges favours conferred. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/49, 74. 1569 March 27. Account of artillery and stores delivered to John Kylligrew, Esq., Captain of Falmouth alias Pendennis Castle, co. Cornwall.
- TNA SP 12/49, 75. 1569 March 29. Roger Edwards to Sir Wm. Cecil. Sends him a treatise to be presented to the Queen, which is not so well written as the state of the Prince and matter requireth.
- TNA SP 12/49, 76. 1569 March 29. K. Duchess of Suffolk to Sir Wm. Cecil. Reminds him of a suit made by a poor Dutchman who desires to go over to fetch his wife and goods. Misery of those who suffer abroad for conscience sake.
- TNA SP 12/49, 77. 1569 March. Names of persons to whom letters were sent in several Shires for setting out lances and light horsemen.
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