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July 1573

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  • TNA SP12/92, 1. 1573 July 1. The Commissioners of Musters for Wiltshire to the Council. Certify their doings in the Musters. The county having been heavily taxed could not defray the expense of training. Desire further directions therein.
  • TNA SP12/92, 2. 1573 July 2. Wm. Davy, Mayor, and others, Commissioners of Musters for the town of Salisbury, to same. Certify their doings, and promise to use all diligence in training a chosen number. Incloses TNA SP12/92, 2. i.
  • TNA SP12/92, 2. i. 1573 July. Certificate of General Musters for the town of New Sarum.
  • TNA SP12/92, 3. 1573 July 2. Commissioners of Musters for Hampshire to same. Promise to send the certificates of the General Musters as soon as possible, and explain the cause of their delay. Certain persons wilfully refuse to appear. Have made choice of 500 able men to be trained. Incloses TNA SP12/92, 3. i.
  • TNA SP12/92, 3. i. 1573 July. Names of such recusants as have refused or neglected to furnish themselves with horses and armour.
  • TNA SP12/92, 4. 1573 July 6. Thomas Might to Lord Burghley. Solicits a lease of a farm of the value of 50l. a year, in consideration of his great losses and services.
  • TNA SP12/92, 5. 1573 July 7. Richard Arnold to Francis Walsyngham. Has been prevented by extreme sickness from sending the brace of greyhounds, which he now begs of him to accept.
  • TNA SP12/92, 6. 1573 July 8. Commissioners of Musters for the County of Oxford to the Council. Proceeding in the Musters. Desire to know what numbers of them shall be trained and exercised. Inclosing,
  • TNA SP12/92, 7. 1573 July 13. Copy of court-roll of the Manor of Hedingham, of the surrender of a cottage and garden, called Shedds, by John Woodd, in favor of Matthew Alystone.
  • TNA SP12/92, 8. 1573 July 15. Certificate of General Musters for the Borough of Boston, co. Lincoln, taken before the Deputies of William Lord Burghley, Recorder of the same, and others, Commissioners.
  • TNA SP12/92, 9. 1573 July 20. Tho. Lord Paget, and others, to the Council. Return of Musters for the County of Stafford. From various causes specified, the country for the County of Stafford. From various causes specified, the country is too poor to support the expense of training a large number of men. Names of gentlemen appointed Captains.
  • TNA SP12/92, 10. 1573 July 22. Certificate of the Musters of horsemen taken at St. Giles's Hill, for the County of Southampton.
  • TNA SP12/92, 11. 1573 July 22. Commissioners of Musters for the County of Dorset to the Council. Proceedings in the Musters. Difficulty of keeping their extended line of coast in a state of defence. Have selected 500 for training, but the inhabitants are unwilling to be burthened with the charges of it. Incloses TNA SP12/92, 11. i.
  • TNA SP12/92, 11. i. 1573 July. Certificate of Musters by Tho. Lord Howard of Bindon, and others, for the County of Dorset.
  • TNA SP12/92, 12. 1573 July 24. Commissioners of Musters for the County of Surrey to same. Detail their proceedings. Have selected 300 men for training, but the county is unable to bear the expense. Incloses TNA SP12/92, 12. i.
  • TNA SP12/92, 12. i. 1573 July. Certificate of Musters for the County of Surrey.
  • TNA SP12/92, 13. 1573 July 27. The Earl of Bedford, and others, to same. Relative to the Musters for the County of Buckingham. Incloses TNA SP12/92, 13. i.
  • TNA SP12/92, 13. i. 1573 July. Certificate of General Musters of able men, horses, armour, &c., for the County of Buckingham.
  • TNA SP12/92, 14. 1573 July 31. The Mayor, &c., of Oxford to same. Musters for the city, which, on account of having been visited by the plague, and other causes, could not defray any charges for the training a large number of men. Inclosing,
  • TNA SP12/92, 15. 1573 July ? Warrant of the Queen to the Lord Treasurer to pay the sum of 300l. quarterly, to the Vidame of Chartres; and to Captain Mazynes (Mascino del Bene ?) the sum of 40l., and, hereafter, 15l., quarterly, during pleasure.
  • TNA SP12/92, 16. 1573 July ? Chr. Hatton to [symbols] [Queen Elizabeth.] Has suffered greatly from his illness. His love of Her Majesty. Speaks allegorically of the sheep [himself] and the boar [Earl of Oxford]. Desires to know if the report of her illness were true.


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