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- TNA SP 12/103, 36. 1575 May 3. Robert Cruse to same. Has all his life been loyal to his Queen, and had no evil intention in going to France. Had associated there with the disaffected Scots for the sake of gaining information, which he had now returned to disclose.
- TNA SP 12/103, 37. 1575 May 3. Robert Cruse to Lord Burghley. Sends information respecting the dealings of several Scots, refugees in France, and the plans of the rebels for liberating the Queen of Scots.
- TNA SP 12/103, 38. 1575 May 4. Same to same. Answers to all the questions he has sent him respecting his dealings with the disaffected Scots, and long detail of all his proceedings in France.
- TNA SP 12/103, 39. 1575 May 4. Note of matters to be propounded in Council.
- TNA SP 12/103, 40. 1575 May 6. Robert Cruse to Burghley. Solicits pardon for his misdoings in talking with Scots: declares his loyalty.
- TNA SP 12/103, 41. 1575 May 6. Burghley to Mr. Sec. Walsyngham. Returns the letter of M. Lanquett, and marvels he does not write more about the proceedings of the Duke of Saxe with his theologians. Recommends Henry Knolles and Norton to be made choice of in addition to Mr. Solicitor and Mr. Randolph, to examine a number of prisoners.
- TNA SP 12/103, 42. 1575 May 7. Inconveniences that would happen within the Bishoprick of Durham on dissolution of the County Palatine there.
- TNA SP 12/103, 43. 1575 May 8. Note of Minutes of Council, and of subjects to be considered.
- TNA SP 12/103, 44. 1575 May 8. Ceremonies at the election and installation of Charles Lord Howard, of Effingham, as Knight of the Garter.
- TNA SP 12/103, 45. 1575 May 12. Order in Council for the settlement of divers controversies, debates, and strifes between the University of Oxford on the one side, and the Mayor, &c. of the city on the other side, touching the use and exercise of sundry charters and privileges claimed by both of them. [This controversy, as appears by sundry entries in the Council Register, was commenced in the month of Sept. 1574, and finally concluded on the 12 the of May following.]
- TNA SP 12/103, 46. 1575 May 12. Request of the Judge of the Admiralty to the Lord Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench, with the answers to the same, as to writs of prohibition and practice of the Admiralty Court.
- TNA SP 12/103, 47. 1575 May 15. Note of matters to be propounded in Council.
- TNA SP 12/103, 48. 1575 May 15. Burghley to Walsyngham. Danger of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Recommends the Archbishop of York to be appointed his successor.
- TNA SP 12/103, 49. 1575 May 16. Alex. Nowell, Dean of St. Paul's, to Burghley. Recommends the Archbp. of York to be appointed to succeed Archbishop Parker, if he should die.
- TNA SP 12/103, 50. 1575 May 17. Reasons for granting the suit of William Gregorie, of Exeter, for protection for two years against his creditors.
- TNA SP 12/103, 51. 1575 May 28. Dean and Chapter of Worcester to Burghley. Request that their college may not be deprived of the farm of Dunhamsted on Mr. Ralph Holiwell's pretence of concealed lands.
- TNA SP 12/103, 52. 1575 May 28. Sir Francis Englefyld to William Cotton at Antwerp. Congratulates him on the good success of his suits, and hopes the performance may be as good. Fears the news of their banishment may deter many from lending their assistance in the cause.
- TNA SP 12/103, 53. 1575 May 28. Lord Henry Howard to Mr. Secretary Walsyngham. Regrets the loss of the Queen's favour, and requests him to pity his case, seeing he had no evil intention, and to speak in his behalf.
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