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- TNA SP 12/46, 61. 1568 April 12. Latin acrostic verses, by Hadrianus Junius, in honour of Cecil. Prays him to present his suit to Her Majesty.
- TNA SP 12/46, 62. 1568 April 27. Sir Wm. Cecil to Sir Ralph Sadleyr. Cannot say the Queen entertains any dislike towards him, because of his being recommended for the place of Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. She will sometimes say that he likes to live at home. He knows that "as fishees are gotten with baytes so ar officees caught with sekyng."
- TNA SP 12/46, 63. 1568 April. Considerations to be had in the choice of a Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, stating the arduous nature of his duties and the qualifications necessary for the discharge of them. [Probably on the death of Sir Ambrose Cave.]
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