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- TNA SP 12/103, 54. 1575 June 4. Estimate of Works at Somerset House; and also a note of expenses in the Queen's places and household, the first item of which is, —for the "boylinge of the brawnes agaynst Christmas at Hampton Court, 8l. 14s." Other items for the revels occur.
- TNA SP 12/103, 55. 1575 June 4? Note of the conveyance of Somerset House, otherwise called Chester Place, to the late Duke of Somerset and the Lady Anne, Duchess of Somerset, his wife.
- TNA SP 12/103, 56. 1575 June 6. John Vaughan, Customer of Milford, to Lord Burghley. Sends the commissions of Tho. Sackford and Edward Waterhouse, and complains of illegal shipment of corn and malt by them, and of their smuggling a quantity of hops.
- TNA SP 12/103, 57. 1575 June 9. Dr. Lau. Humfrey to Lord Burghley. The restoration of Noble has been earnestly urged in convocation, but he refuses to submit. His cause and that of the scholars are referred to Burghley's decision.
- TNA SP 12/103, 58. 1575 June 9. Requests made unto the Queen by the inhabitants of the Isle of Sheppy for liberties, whereby the said isle may be better peopled, and of more force to withstand the enemy.
- TNA SP 12/103, 59. 1575 June 16. Earl of Leicester to Burghley. Sends the note the Queen talked to him of at Hatfield, respecting a new rate of poundage. Particulars relating to the wardship of young Varney, for whom a marriage has been proposed with one of Mr. Cave's daughters, Burghley's niece. The wardship at length transferred to Sir John Hibbott. Incloses TNA SP 12/103, 59. i.
- TNA SP 12/103, 59. i. 1575 Note of rates of poundage to be increased, with an estimate of one year's imports.
- TNA SP 12/103, 60. 1575 June 17. Petition of Stephen Lane, John Phillips, and others, of Oxford, to Burghley. Praying they might not be called to give evidence respecting the affray at the house of William Noble, in which Tho. Hickson and other students of Christ Church were implicated.
- TNA SP 12/103, 61. 1575 June 18. Robert Hickes to Brother Callys. Has heard from him by Mr. Ellys. All he possesses is at his service. Is now on board the "Neptune," at Millford, with a prize of corn.
- TNA SP 12/103, 62. 1575 June 22. William Villers to Lau. Tomson. Complains of the obstacles offered by Alderman Pullison and the two Martins to his acting with Mr. Rogers as his associate in the Merchants' causes.
- TNA SP 12/103, 63. 1575 June 25. Lord Burghley to Mr. Sec. Walsyngham. Understands from him the Queen's intention to leave Greenwich. Has been so occupied that he has not had any time to attend to his own private affairs, and has only spent two evenings with his wife and children at Theobalds since the Queen's departure from London.
- TNA SP 12/103, 64. 1575 June 25. Sir John Perrot to Mr. Sec. Walsyngham. Requests that his book on concealed lands may be returned as soon as certified, and that he may have fresh letters from the Council to the Lord Deputy of Ireland, for restitution of certain of the goods of the Peter and Paul of Marseilles.
- TNA SP 12/103, 65. 1575 June 25. Thomas Cole to Mr. Tomson. With a statement of the expulsion of himself and others from Magdalen College; solicits his advice as to obtaining redress.
- TNA SP 12/103, 66. 1575 June 26. Thomas Cole to Mr. Mills. On the same subject, and earnestly requesting him to obtain Sec. Walsyngham's letter in their behalf to the Bishop of Winchester.
- TNA SP 12/103, 67. 1575 June 26. Nicolas Lombard to Mr. Mills. On the same subject. Impugns Dr. Humfrey's motives in the late expulsions from Magdalen College. Solicits his good aid in their behalf.
- TNA SP 12/103, 68. 1575 June 28. Burghley to Walsyngham. Sends letters for the Earls of Sussex and Leicester. Is glad that he need not be at the Court till the 5th of July. [This letter is dated by Burghley July 28, which is evidently an error for June.]
- TNA SP 12/103, 69. 1575 June 29. Sir Ralph Sadleir to Burghley. Returns the letters of Sir W. Mildmay, and others. Has sent to Cornbury for the young Baron of Dunsany, and will examine him according to his instructions.
- TNA SP 12/103, 70. 1575 June 29. Nicolas Lombard to Mr. Mills and Mr. Tomson. Stating the inflexible enmity of Dr. Humfrey, their President, towards those who had been expelled. Nothing would content him but their utter ruin.
- TNA SP 12/103, 71. 1575 June (?). Articles concerning Mr. Tho. Brigenton and Mr. Chr. Gregory, not conforming to the statute "De Socijs et Schol. beneficiatis."
- TNA SP 12/103, 72. 1575. Articles respecting Mr. Wade not conforming to the statute "De numero Scholarium," &c.
- TNA SP 12/103, 73. 1575. Queries upon the statute "De electione officiariorum," and state of the case of the Fellows expulsed from Mag. Coll., Oxford.
- TNA SP 12/103, 74. 1575. Dr. Humfrey of Mag. Coll., Oxford, to [Burghley ?]. Proposes a way by which certain persons in the University might retain their places, by not too strictly construing certain statutes.
- TNA SP 12/103, 75. 1575, Note of the wages of the captains, gunners, &c., in various forts and garrisons in the Isle of Wight.
- TNA SP 12/103, 76. 1575 June. Memoranda, in Burghley's hand, for victuals for Berwick, Ireland, &c. Accompt of money for the Queen of Scots' diet, &c.
- TNA SP 12/103, 77. 1575. Brief declaration by Edward Baeshe for the victualling of Her Majesty's ships.
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- TNA SP 12/104, 1575 June. Volume, bound in parchment, headed "The Report of the Allotments of Justices of Peace, &c., with their severall divisions in divers shires," distinguishing the divisions and limits of each shire, the names of resident Justices of Peace, and of the Coroners and Clerks of the Peace within the same.
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