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- TNA SP 12/95, 72. 1574 April 3. Fr. Walsyngham, Sir Walter Mildmay, and others, to the Council. Their proceedings in the examination and settlement of a controversy between the officers of the County Palatine and the corporation of Chester. Examination of the city charter. Incloses TNA SP 12/95, 72. i.
- TNA SP 12/95, 72. i. 1574 April. Certificate by the above of the order set down by them in the controversy between the Queen's Officers of the Exchequer of the Principality of Chester and the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Chester.
- TNA SP 12/95, 73. 1574 April 3? Note of certain special points to be touched upon in the letter from the Council to the City of Chester on the conduct of Ric. Dutton, their Mayor, founded on a misconception of a clause of præterea in their late renewed Charter. [Ric. Dutton, Mayor of Chester, was in London in attendance on the Council in March, 1574. Co. Reg.]
- TNA SP 12/95, 74 1574 April 4. Bond of Thomas Stolyon not to found or sell ordnance without licence from the Queen.
- TNA SP 12/95, 75 1574 April 4. Bond of John Frenche not to found or sell ordnance without licence from the Queen.
- TNA SP 12/95, 76 1574 April 4. Bond of Christopher Darell not to found or sell ordnance without licence from the Queen.
- TNA SP 12/95, 77 1574 April 4. Bond of Anthony Morley not to found or sell ordnance without licence from the Queen.
- TNA SP 12/95, 78. 1574 April 4. Note of business propounded in Council by Mr. Walsyngham, with orders thereon. Not convenient to have any plays, for fear of the plague.
- TNA SP 12/95, 79. 1574 April 4. Names of owners and founders of iron ordnance, and of the places where the furnaces are situated.
- TNA SP 12/95, 80. 1574 April 5. Note of business in Council. Principally relating to the affairs of Ireland.
- TNA SP 12/95, 81. 1574 April 20. Estimate of the charges for the victualling of twenty-four of the Queen's ships, by Edward Baeshe.
- TNA SP 12/95, 82. 1574 April 25. Richard Coortesse, Bishop of Chichester, to Lord Burghley. Certifies him of the prices of grain. Combination to rob the Frenchmen that make glass. Complains of pirates on the coast of Sussex.
- TNA SP 12/95, 83. 1574 April. Lord Burghley's notes of public business and private affairs. February - April 1574.
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