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June 1573

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  • TNA SP12/91, 39. 1573 June 1. Henry Lord Clynton, Charles Wyllughby, and others, to the Council. Proceedings in taking the General Musters of the County of Lincoln. Incloses TNA SP12/91, 39. i.
  • TNA SP12/91, 39. i. 1573 June. Certificate of Musters of able men and arms within the County of Lincoln, with the numbers selected to be trained.
  • TNA SP12/91, 40. 1573 June 2. Viscount Mountague, and others, to the Council. Musters for the County of Sussex. The expenses paid by this shire for the suppression of the late rebellion, and the decay of trade, made it difficult for them to defray the charges for training a number of men. Incloses TNA SP12/91, 40. i.- vii.
  • TNA SP12/91, 40. i.- vii. 1573 June. Seven certificates of Musters for the County of Sussex.
  • TNA SP12/91, 41. 1573 June 3. Certificate of Musters of able men and arms within the Upper Division of the Lathe of Sutton at Hone, co. Kent. Signed by Sir Wm. Damsell and others.
  • TNA SP12/91, 42. 1573 June 3. Similar certificate of Musters for the Lower Division of the same Lathe. Signed by Sir Henry Sydney and others.
  • TNA SP12/91, 43. 1573 June 5. Lord North, and others, to the Council. Have taken the Musters for the town of Cambridge, as directed by their Lordships. Incloses TNA SP12/91, 43. i.
  • TNA SP12/91, 43. i. 1573 June. A certificate of Musters for the town of Cambridge.
  • TNA SP12/91, 44. 1573 June 6. Commission to the Earl of Warwick, Master of the Ordnance, and Wm. Pelham, Esq., Lieutenant of the Ordnance, for the making of saltpetre.
  • TNA SP12/91, 45. 1573 June [7.] Chr.Hatton to [Queen Elizabeth.] Expressing the pleasure her gracious letters afforded to him. His love of Her Majesty, and his grief on account of absence, having been two days away from Her Majesty. He will wash away all faults with the tears that fall from her poor "Liddes." [This letter has no date, but according to Hatton's own data, in his letter of the 17th, its date must have been on the 7th of June, and not on the 5th, as assigned by Sir H. Nicolas in his Memoirs of Hatton, p. 25.]
  • TNA SP12/91, 46. 1573 June 8. Sir Henry Sydney, and others, Commissioners for Musters in the County of Salop, to the Council. Detail their proceedings and certify the numbers of able men within the county. Had not appointed Captains, the Lord President (of Wales) being then absent out of the country. [But it is signed by him.]
  • TNA SP12/91, 47. 1573 June 11. Proclamation of Queen Elizabeth, commanding the observance of Divine Service as set forth in the Book of Common Prayer, and for suppressing books entitled "An Admonition to the Parliament."
  • TNA SP12/91, 48. 1573 June 15. Brief declaration of the accounts of the Tellers of the Exchequer, showing the amount of their receipts and items of expenditure.
  • TNA SP12/91, 49. 1573 June 16. Sir Henry Radcliffe, Capt. of Portsmouth, to Lord Burghley. Requests a supply of ordnance for the fortifications at Portsmouth. A receipt for the same by Henry Stile.
  • TNA SP12/91, 50. 1573 June 16. Duplicate of the above with note of certain process indorsed.
  • TNA SP12/91, 51. 1573 June 16. Indenture between Sir H. Radcliffe and the Earl of Warwick, for the above ordnance received for the defence of Portsmouth.
  • TNA SP12/91, 52. 1573 June 17. Chr. Hatton to the Queen. Expresses his devotion to her. It is twelve days since he saw the brightness of that sun that giveth light to his soul. Has received great honour in Flanders for her sake. Beseeches her not to forget her "Liddes" that are so often bathed with tears for her sake. ["Liddes" or "Lyddes" was the name of affection applied by Queen Elizabeth to Sir Chr. Hatton.]
  • TNA SP12/91, 53. 1573 June 18. Commissioners of Musters for the County of Leicester to the Council. Certify their doings in the Musters, and desire instructions respecting the appointing of Captains and training the soldiers. Incloses TNA SP12/91, 53. i.
  • TNA SP12/91, 53. i. 1573 June. Certificate of the numbers of all persons able to serve, as well on horseback as on foot, &c. within the County of Leicester.
  • TNA SP12/91, 54. 1573 June 20. Indenture between John Asteley, Treasurer of the Queen's Jewels, and Robert Bestney, of Northaw, Herts, granting to the latter the Mastership of the Game in Enfield chase and park, and the office of Steward and Ranger of the Manor of Enfield.
  • TNA SP12/91, 55. 1573 June 22. Sir Henry Cryspe, and others, to the Council. Respecting the number of able men to be trained within the Lathe of St. Augustine, Kent. Incloses TNA SP12/91, 55. i.
  • TNA SP12/91, 55. i. 1573 June. Certificate of Musters for the Lathe of St. Augustine, Kent.
  • TNA SP12/91, 56 1573 June 22. Sir Hugh Poulet, and others, to the Council. Have taken the Musters of co. Somerset, amounting to 6,000 able men. The charge for training a selected number would be a very heavy burthen on the country. Have not yet received a certificate of the breed of horses.
  • TNA SP12/91, 57. 1573 June 24. Bond of Queen Elizabeth, countersigned by the Privy Council, for the payment of 11,000l. to Benedict Spinola, a merchant of Genoa. [Cancelled and indorsed "11,000l. all payd. W. Burghley."]
  • TNA SP12/91, 58. 1573 June 25. Commissioners of Musters for the County of Worcester to the Council. Certify their doings in the Musters. Have delayed training the men till after the harvest. Incloses TNA SP12/91, 58. i.
  • TNA SP12/91, 58. i. 1573 June. Certificate of the Musters of all the able men within the County of Worcester.
  • TNA SP12/91, 59. 1573 June 26. Earl of Leicester to Lord Burghley. Sends for his inspection a letter directed to "The Earl of Leicester and Lord Burghley," which he thinks right for him to see.
  • TNA SP12/91, 60. 1573 June 28. Commissioners of Musters for the County of Norfolk to same. Have taken General Musters of the county, but have not appointed Captains nor commenced training the soldiers till they receive further instructions. Incloses TNA SP12/91, 60. i.
  • TNA SP12/91, 60. i. 1573 June. Certificate of all the able men, as well as those selected and chosen, within the County of Norfolk.
  • TNA SP12/91, 61. 1573 June 30. Sir Ralph Sadleir, and others, to the Council. Proceedings in the Musters for the County of Hertford. That they have met with much inconvenience for want of a sufficient number of gentlemen for Captains. Various impediments to the training of soldiers. Incloses TNA SP12/91, 61. i.
  • TNA SP12/91, 61. i. 1573 June. Certificate of the General Musters for the County of Hertford.
  • TNA SP12/91, 62. 1573 June. Richard Dutton, Mayor, and others, Commissioners of Musters for the City of Chester, to same. Have taken the Musters within their city. Incloses TNA SP12/91, 62. i.
  • TNA SP12/91, 62. i. 1573 June. Muster Roll of the names of all the able men furnished with arms and armour within the City of Chester.
  • TNA SP12/91, 63. 1573 June? Abstract of all the certificates, as well of the number of able men as of unable men within the shires of England and Wales.
  • TNA SP12/91, 64. 1573 June? Petition of John Calvetto, John Baptista Sambitores, and Philip Asheliars, on behalf of the merchants of Spain and Flanders to the Queen. Praying for a commission of inquiry touching the goods embezzled or deceitfully sold belonging to the merchants of their nations.
  • TNA SP12/91, 65. 1573 June? Commission from the Queen to Sir Peter Carew, Christopher Hatton, Esq., Captain of the Queen's Guard, and others, to make search for all goods and merchandise belonging to the subjects of the King of Spain, and other foreigners, which may by any means have been embezzled or concealed since the year 1568.
  • TNA SP12/91, 66. 1573 June? Note of inconveniences arising from the ingrossing of certain foreign commodities, and the statutes against the ingrossers; giving the current prices of various wines, spices, drugs, &c.
  • TNA SP12/91, 67. 1573 June? Petition of John Barker and others to the Council. Complaining of the seizure of their ship the "Thomas" and her cargo, and praying compensation out of the goods of Spanish subjects seized in England.
  • TNA SP12/91, 68. 1573 June? Note of the value of Spanish property seized in England, with allowance out of it to British subjects for property arrested in Spain and Flanders.


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