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- TNA SP 12/48, 1. 1568 October 1. Substance of Mr. Ulstetts letter from Keswick, concerning mining affairs, fuel for smelting, &c.
- TNA SP 12/48, 2. 1568 October 2. H. Kyngesmyll to Sir Wm. Cecil. Arrival of two gentlemen sent from the Cardinal's brother. M. de Cavaignes is expected in London. The Cardinal will proceed to the Court on Wednesday by way of Hounslow.
- TNA SP 12/48, 3. 1568 October 2. Lord Cobham to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has received letters from Rye announcing the arrival of M. de Gamages and family, and other fugitives, out of France. The Prince is with some force at Rochelle, and the Count de Montgomery in Picardy with 1,500 horse and 5,000 foot. Desires to know the Queen's pleasure respecting Captain Souze.
- TNA SP 12/48, 4. 1568 October 3. The Council to Lord. Concerning the grant of unreasonable leases by the Dean and Chapter of Carlisle. Desire him to ascertain how the case stands at present.
- TNA SP 12/48, 5. 1568 October 3. Same to.Complaint of the unreasonable grants of leases by the Church of Carlisle. Directions to procure the opinion of the Judges thereon. The bearer, Mr. Scott, is one of the Prebendaries.
- TNA SP 12/48, 6. 1568 October 5. Archbishop Parker to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has caused a copy of the new edition of the Bible to be bound, which he requests he will present to the Queen. If this edition alone should be licensed to be read in churches, it would conduce to uniformity. Begs that Jugge only should have the publication of it. Incloses TNA SP 12/48, 6. i-ii.
- TNA SP 12/48, 6. i. 1568 October 5. Archbishop Parker to the Queen. Requests she will accept favourably the new edition of the Bible. It does not vary much from that which was commonly used, except in places where the true meaning of the Hebrew or Greek required alteration. Beseeches it may have her gracious favour and protection. Has been bold" with fewe wordes to expresse the incomparable "valewe of the treasure."
- TNA SP 12/48, 6. ii. 1568 October. List of the translators of the Bible, with enumeration of the separate books assigned to each, and the rules observed by them in that undertaking.
- TNA SP 12/48, 7. 1568 October 5. Notes relative to the translation of the Bible, founded on the above, in Sir Jos. Williamson's hand.
- TNA SP 12/48, 8. 1568 October 5. William Maister to Cecil. Returns him thanks for favours received. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/48, 9. 1568 October 5. H. Kyngesmyll to Sir Wm. Cecil. The Cardinal has determined that none of the French gentlemen with him shall repair to the Court until the Queen's pleasure be known. Desires to know Cecil's pleasure as to taking the Cardinal to Windsor.
- TNA SP 12/48, 10. 1568 October 7. Sir Arthur Champernowne to Sir Wm. Cecil. Intelligence received from France. A skirmish has taken place near Angers, between Capt. Byrsew's and M. Martigne's troops.
- TNA SP 12/48, 11. 1568 October 7. Richard Cheney, Bishop of Gloucester, to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has been at Bristol and preached three sermons. Erroneous doctrines preached by one Norbrook. Has been advised to prosecute him, but as he has never spent two pence in law, he will end as he has begun.
- TNA SP 12/48, 12. 1568 October 9. Tho. Thurland to Sir Wm. Cecil. Great charges which he has incurred by mining operations. Prays he may have licence to go abroad, or that he may have grant of such suits as he can devise for his relief.
- TNA SP 12/48, 13. Minutes of the matters treated on by Geo. Nedham with Mr. Curwen for a little piece of ground for a wharf. Difficulty of procuring coal. Lease of land at Keswick required. Mr. Lamplugh should be continued in his office.
- TNA SP 12/48, 14. 1568 October 13. Geo. Nedham to Lionel Duckett. Desires to know the Queen's pleasure as to prosecuting the search for gold on Crawford Muir, in Scotland.
- TNA SP 12/48, 15. 1568 October 15. H. Kyngesmyll to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has put the house at Shene in better order for the residence of the Cardinal. There had not been time to do so when Leicester and himself passed that way.
- TNA SP 12/48, 16. 1568 October 15. Bishop Cheney, to Sir Wm. Cecil. Attempts of his adversaries to impugn his preaching. States his opinions on several points, especially that of Free Will. Conduct of Norbrook, the preacher, at Bristol. Is willing to grant the farm of Maismore to Mr. Cecil.
- TNA SP 12/48, 17. 1568 October 15. Sir Roger Martyn (Lord Mayor) to Sir Wm. Cecil. John Alday, the printer, committed to the Poultry Compter, and the two Dutchmen who caused a certain book to be printed. Incloses TNA SP 12/48, 17. i.
- TNA SP 12/48, 17. i. 1568 October 18. "Copie des Points ou articles arrestes parle Duc d'Albe et "son nouveau Conseil de douze, &c. Dou en est evidem"ment á cognoistre les horribles, Tirannies cruautes el larrecins du Duc d'Alba, el son conseil, troupeau sanguinaire."
- TNA SP 12/48, 18. 1568 October 17. Note of matters to be remembered relative to the mines. Bargain with Mr. Curwen for the ground at Workington, &c.
- TNA SP 12/48, 19. 1568 October 19. Marq. of Winchester to Cecil. The vintage fleet being daily expected, the noblemen and others are desirous of warrants for their imposts on wines.
- TNA SP 12/48, 20. 1568 October 19. Earl of Northumberland to Sir Wm. Cecil. Requests a final answer whether he is to have a reasonable composition for the mines or not; otherwise he must assert his right and title therein.
- TNA SP 12/48, 21. 1568 October 20. Sir Roger Martyn to Sir Wm. Cecil. Restraint of resort of foreigners and strangers to London, on account of infection. Stay ought to be made at Gravesend of all foreigners coming by sea.
- TNA SP 12/48, 22. 1568 October 20. Citizens of Bristol to Sir Wm. Cecil. Complain of very strange, perilous, and corrupt doctrines, contrary to the Gospel, being publicly preached by the Bishop of Gloucester, in Bristol Cathedral. Incloses TNA SP 12/48, 22. i.
- TNA SP 12/48, 22. i. 1568 October. Articles of erroneous doctrines openly uttered and published in Bristol by the Bishop of Gloucester, in three several sermons delivered on the 22d and 29th Aug. and Sept 1st.
- TNA SP 12/48, 23. 1568 October 21. Francis Walsyngham to Sir Wm. Cecil. Intelligence of twelve galleys in readiness at Marseilles for transporting certain soldiers into the north, for the better execution of some conspiracy.
- TNA SP 12/48, 24. 1568 October 23. Henry Cheke to Sir Wm. Cecil. Returns thanks for the many and great favours received from him. The kindness of Mr. Clerk. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/48, 25. 1568 October 25. Lord Cobham to Sir Wm. Cecil. Proceedings of the Prince of Condé. The Duke will not fight. The King of Denmark is to marry the sister of the Prince of Orange.
- TNA SP 12/48, 26. 1568 October 25. Bishop Grindall to Sir Wm. Cecil. Explains the occurrence at the house of the Portuguese Ambassador. Order to apprehend the English persons coming from mass there, but the constable indiscreetlyentered the Ambassador's house. Incloses TNA SP 12/48, 26. i.
- TNA SP 12/48, 26. i. 1568 October 24. Deposition of Humfrey Perwiche, Constable, and Ralph Typpynge, as to what passed at the Portuguese Ambassador's house at Hoxton, on Sunday the 24th October.
- TNA SP 12/48, 27. 1568 October 26. Thomas Keys to Sir Wm. Cecil. Begs him to intercede with the Queen. Had rather end his life in her service than remain as a banished man from Her Majesty's presence. [Leusam = Lewisham]
- TNA SP 12/48, 28. 1568 October 26. William Maister to Sir Wm. Cecil. Requests him to procure him an advowson in the Queen's gift, that being void to which he had been presented, owing to a former grant. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/48, 29. 1568 October 27. Sir Henry Gate to Sir Wm. Cecil. Hears nothing of the survey which was directed to be made of the decays at Scarborough Castle. Begs that he may not be pricked for Sheriff for the county of York.
- TNA SP 12/48, 30. 1568 October 30. Isaac Barro, of Trinity College, Camb. to same. Solicits licence to travel abroad. Latin.
- TNA SP 12/48, 31. 1568 October 31. Sir Henry Percy to Sir Wm. Cecil. Begs him to further the suit of the bearer, Master Raphael, for the office of Post Master to the foreigners.
- TNA SP 12/48, 32. 1568 October 31. Petition of Raphael Van de Putte to Sir Wm. Cecil. Solicits to be appointed to the office of foreign Post Master.
- TNA SP 12/48, 33. 1568 October 31. Sir Arthur Champernowne to Lord Clynton. Doubtful nature of the times for persons engaged in merchandize. They are not disposed to venture their lives and goods at this season of the year in the accustomed voyage to Bordeaux.
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