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- TNA SP 12/99, 10. 1574 December 2. Dr. Lewes to Lord Burghley. Requests him to consider the claim of the Chapter of Landaff for the custody of the temporalities during the vacancy of that bishoprick. Incloses TNA SP 12/99, 10. i.
- TNA SP 12/99, 10. i. 1574. Copy of the Letters Patent of King Edward II., granting to the Chapter of Landaff the custody of the temporalities of the bishoprick during the vacancy of that see. 4. March, 1318.
- TNA SP 12/99, 11. 1574 December 2. Dr. Lewes to Lord Burghley. Urging the petition of Mrs. Jone widow of the late Bishop of Landaff, to occupy the house of Matharne during the vacancy of the bishoprick.
- TNA SP 12/99, 12. 1574 December 3. Margaret Countess of Lennox to Lord Burghley. Laments the heavy burthen of the Queen's displeasure. Sends him the copy of a letter she has written to the Earl of Leicester. Incloses TNA SP 12/99, 12. i.
- TNA SP 12/99, 12. i. 1574 Countess of Lennox to the Earl of Leicester. Explains her visit to the Countess of Suffolk at Rufford. Conversation with the Queen as to marriage of her son with the daughter of the Countess of Shrewsbury. Requests his kind influence in her favour.
- TNA SP 12/99, 13. 1574 December 10. Margaret Countess of Lennox to Lord Burghley. Thanks him for presenting her excuse to the Queen. Excuses herself for visiting the Countess of Shrewsbury, and consenting to her son's marriage.
- TNA SP 12/99, 14. 1574 December 17. Writ from Wm. Lord Cobham, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, to the Bailiff, &c. of Hythe, to produce records in the case of William Dalmyngton versus William Amye, in the Admiralty Court of the Cinque Ports.
- TNA SP 12/99, 15. 1574 December 22. Walsyngham to the Earl of Huntingdon. Sends interrogatories for the examination of the Lady Lennox's secretary, upon matters connected with the marriage of Charles Lord Darnley with the daughter of the Countess of Shrewsbury. Anxiety of Guerras to know the movements of the Countess of Lennox.
- TNA SP 12/99, 16. 1574 December 28. Burghley to Thomas Coppley. Has received his letter declaring the continuance of his duty of allegiance to the Queen. Answers at great length to that and former letters. Regrets that for religious scruples he has left his native land, and recommends him to consider the foundations of such a change. Requests him to give information respecting the authors of the libels of late published against him and the Lord Keeper.
- TNA SP 12/99, 17. 1574 December 17. Arguments by Thomas Coppley, proving that the conveyances he had made of his lands, previous to his going abroad, were good and valid in law, and that it would be great injustice to defeat them on the ground of his quitting the kingdom without licence.
- TNA SP 12/99, 18. 1574. Table of the Hundreds appointed for the defence of Portsmouth, the Isle of Wight, and the sea coast of Hampshire, for the years 1571, 1572, 1573; with additions and alterations made in 1574.
- TNA SP 12/99, 19. 1574. Copy of TNA SP 12/99, 18.
- TNA SP 12/99, 20. 1574. Copy of TNA SP 12/99, 18.
- TNA SP 12/99, 21. 1574. Note of monies raised by loan from the Bishops in their several dioceses.
- TNA SP 12/99, 22. 1574. Statement of losses sustained by Thomas Pullysson, Alderman of London, and Humphry and Edmund Martine, from the Prince and States of Holland, by reason of the detention and confiscation of their ship at Flushing.
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