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- TNA SP 12/46, 71. 1568 June 4. Edmond Mathew to Sir Wm. Cecil. The Lord Treasurer is favourable to Mr. Dawbeny's suit for the exportation of beer.
- TNA SP 12/46, 72. 1568 June 6. Edw. Lord Windsor to Sir Wm. Cecil. Peter, his trumpeter, has requested him to Write in his favour that he may be entertained in Cecil's service until Lord Windsor's return.
- TNA SP 12/46, 73. 1568 June 6. Lord Cobham to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has been desired by the Earl of Leicester to report what ships had passed and were passing northward. Sends intelligence.
- TNA SP 12/46, 74. 1568 June 7. Edw. Earl of Hertford to Leicester, Mildmay, and Cecil. Is most bound to the Queen for her favourable acceptation of his mother's suit, and for her intention to take 700l. a year till the 10,000l. be paid.
- TNA SP 12/46, 75. 1568 June 11. Archbp. Parker to Sir Wm. Cecil. In favour of Mr. Colby, his steward, for a farm adjacent to a piece of his land in Suffolk.
- TNA SP 12/46, 76. 1568 June 13. Lord Cobham to Sir Wm. Cecil. Report of there being ten sail of ships at Rochelle, under command of M. Montluc. Arrival of troops at Calais. Offer of 1,000 crowns for arrest of La Planché.
- TNA SP 12/46, 77. 1568 June 14. Survey, taken by Sir Henry Crisp and others, of the decays and wants in all the Queen's castles and forts within charge of the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.
- TNA SP 12/46, 78. 1568 June 19. Sir Hugh Poulet to Sir Wm. Cecil. Ten loads of stone have been conveyed from Langley to Cecil's house at Theobald's. Matter in hand touching the traffic of Jersey and Guernsey. His nephew Tho. Stewkely fears that Cecil has conceived an ill opinion of him.
- TNA SP 12/46, 79. 1568 June 21. William Cryspe to Lord Cobham. No truth in the report of foreigners passing over to the Low Countries. Muster of Strangers, Flemings, or Walloons near Sandwich.
- TNA SP 12/46, 80. 1568 June 25. Daniel Ulstatt [Hechstetter ?] to Sir Wm. Cecil. Is surprised at the mineral riches of the kingdom. Progress of their works; which are opposed by Lady Radcliffe. A preacher in their own language is much wanted among his workmen.
- TNA SP 12/46, 81. 1568 June 30. Geo. Lamplugh to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has sent him two cwt. of stones, glistering like gold and silver, but which have however no value. There is a kind impregnated with copper.
- TNA SP 12/46, 82. 1568 June 30. Lord Windsor to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has received great benefit from the waters at the Spa.
- TNA SP 12/46, 83. 1568 June. Note of the valuation of the Archbishopric of York.
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