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- TNA SP12/93, 1. 1573 December 2. John Fortescue to [the Council]. Complains that Lord Grey and John Zowche, with their men, laid wait for him and most unmercifully beat him in Chancery Lane. Solicits redress and personal security.
- TNA SP12/93, 2. 1573 December 5. Jo. Hornyolde to Lord Burghley. Stating his claim to right of commonage in Malvern Chase. Incloses,
- TNA SP12/93, 2. i. 1573 December. A note of spoils committed upon the woods in Malvern Chase, in Worcestershire.
- TNA SP12/93, 3. 1573 December 6. Certificate of the quantity of all sorts of grain laid up in the storehouses at Lynn Regis.
- TNA SP12/93, 4. 1573 December 11. A large collection of copies of upwards of 45 letters and other papers, purporting to be a correspondence between Tho. Browne, Tho. Cartwright, and others: the first being a warrant dated 11 December from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, for the apprehension of Cartwright. The whole inclosed in a parchment cover.
- TNA SP12/93, 5. 1573 December 16. Answer of Edward Dering to the four articles propounded to him by the Council, concerning the doctrine and government of the Church of England, with statement of his exceptions to the first, third, and fourth articles.
- TNA SP12/93, 7. 1573 December 24. Warrant to the Treasurer and Chamberlains of the Exchequer to imprest 500l. to Lewis Stockett, Surveyor of the Works, to provide building materials, in addition to sums formerly paid for works and expenses of the Queen's palaces and gardens from Christmas 1572 to Michaelmas 1573.
- TNA SP12/93, 8. 1573 December. A paper headed "The distressed state of the Church of England by division." Describing the number of tenets and practices of various religious sects, particularly the Papists and Puritans, and the evil effects of all on true religion.
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