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  • TNA SP 12/106, 1. 1575. Petition of Luke Griston [or Grimston ?] to Lord Adm. Lincoln. Desiring not to be further troubled to answer for the landing and buying of certain soap, as he has already satisfied his lordship respecting the same.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 2. 1575. Petition of Thomas Wolley to the Council. For a new proclamation, or else for an old proclamation to be revived, against engrossers and monopolists of grain.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 3. 1575. Book of the Justices of the Peace for the counties of Wales. Lat.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 4. 1575. Petition of the Merchants of the Stillyard to Lord Burghley. For licence to permit them to import certain wares direct from the Low Countries without passing through Hamburgh, on account of the stay of intercourse.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 5. 1575. Statement of the injuries sustained by the City of London from the Merchants of the Stillyard, particularly in the use of the chief cloth market called Blackwell Hall; and of preventing Richard Yonge from exercising the office of packer.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 6. 1575. Comparative value of English coin, with reference to the coinage of other states of Europe; with propositions for raising the foreign exchanges in favor of England. [Imperfect, first leaf wanting.]
  • TNA SP 12/106, 7. 1575. Note of the yearly value of the Earl of Essex's lands in the counties of Buckingham, Essex, and Pembroke.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 8. 1575. Note of armour which Captain Carsey hath not delivered according to his appointment, and of the sums of money he hath exacted upon the country and various townships, co. Lincoln, and given no account of.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 9. 1575. Offer of Thomas Moryson to compound with the Officers of the Queen's Household, in lieu of the oxen and sheep to be furnished by Lindsey Division, co. Lincoln.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 10. 1575. Petition of William Michelot, citizen of St. Malo, to the Council. Prays to be released, having been arrested by Capt. Courteney of Dover, and since by some men of Chester, on pretence of reprisals.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 11. 1575. Petition of George Monoux to the Queen. Against G. Stodderde and thirteen other merchants of London, for non-payment of 300l. assured by them in his ship and goods since lost.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 12. 1575. Mrs. Hampton's suit to Her Majesty. For a grant of all forfeited bonds taken for transportation of goods from port to port, in consideration of her late husband's services.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 13. 1575. Petition of Sir Tho. Browne and Mr. Geo. Rotherham to the Council. That they may be put in possession of certain lands bought by them of Mr. Innocent Reade and Elizabeth his wife, who refused to convey the said lands to the petitioners.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 14. 1575. Note for orders to be observed in the Office of Ordnance for receipt and payment of money, payment of artificers and officers, receipt and issue of stores, &c., and the practice of military exercise and drilling in the artillery garden.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 15. 1575. Statement by Thomas Fermor, how he came to the possession of the lands in Eyton and Claudvilde, formerly possessed by Thomas Ricards alias Fermor, of Whitney, co. Oxford.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 16. 1575? Notes upon certain passages of the Scriptures. [Written on the blank spaces of a letter signed "Edmond Mathew."]
  • TNA SP 12/106, 17. 1575? Petition of the inhabitants of Guildford to the Council. Praying that Walter Baspole, and Robert Phillipps, executors of the will of John Parkhurst, Bp. of Norwich, may be ordered to pay the several legacies to their town, and to others, or to show cause to the contrary.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 18. 1575? The Council to the Justices of Assize. Exhorting them to discourage the practice of the Sheriffs giving expensive entertainments to the Judges at the assizes.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 19. 1575? Copy of TNA SP 12/106, 18.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 20. 1575? Particulars respecting certain counterfeiters of coin to be apprehended at Dover and Canterbury.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 21. 1575? Suit of Nicholas Proctor to Burghley(?). Desiring that Mr. Francis Hastings, Mr. Fr. Brown, and Tho. Wood might be joined in commission to examine witnesses as to the value of certain lands in Leicestershire held by Proctor of one Peche.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 22. 1575? Note of certain letters, writings, and other things landed at Sandgate Castle, in Kent, by Harry Wotton, said to be a brother of Lord Dacre, captured at sea by the "Ayde." [Imperfect.]
  • TNA SP 12/106, 23. 1575? Contents of the grant to Sir Humfrey Gilberte, of the office of General Surveyor of all horses, armour, weapons, munitions, and artillery throughout England, for seven years. Signed "W. Fletewoode."
  • TNA SP 12/106, 24. 1575? Description of new invented furnaces for ale or beer brewers, &c., and pumps for raising water from mines, by Peter Jordayne and his coadjutors, with application for grant of the exclusive use of them in England, to George Cobham, for the term of twenty-five years.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 25. 1575? Notes by Mr. Mershe (?) of the number of cloths shipped by the Merchants Adventurers, and of duties payable on the same.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 26. 1575? Licence by the Queen to George Zolcher, to export free certain quantities of western cloths at the request of John Duke Casimir, for the use of his household.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 27. 1575? Answer of the objections against a proposed charter for the hostage of merchant strangers in London.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 28. 1575? The effect of the charter granted to the City of London, concerning the hostage of merchant strangers, providing that all merchant strangers, aliens, &c., coming into England, shall sojourn at the tables of free hosts.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 29. 1575? Notes in Lord Burghley's hand, relative to the foreign trade of England; duty on cloths; comparative value of foreign measures and money; merchandise received in exchange from the several countries, &c. [Indorsed, "The Rates of Cloths."]
  • TNA SP 12/106, 30. 1575? Notes for raising the Customs payable on raisins, figs, currants, prunes, and dates.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 31. 1575? Note of the yearly fees received by Sir Richard Southwell, by virtue of his offices of Master of the Armoury and Master of the Ordnance.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 32. 1575? Propositions for the government of the Mint, whereby Her Majesty will yearly gain 2,038l. 8s. 9d. With request for an additional allowance of 250l. a-year amongst the Officers of the Mint.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 33. 1575? Matters propounded by the Warden of the Mint for the benefit of Her Majesty's service in that department.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 34. 1575? Abstract of grant to of the sole privilege of indorsing and returning original writs within the City of London, for the term of twenty-one years.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 35. 1575? Names of the Officers of Arms receiving fees and wages of the princes of this realm since the time of King Edw. IV. With list of Kings of Arms, &c. that be now dead offices and not chargeable.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 36. 1575? The names of all the Officers of Arms, with request to know which of them shall attend upon Her Highness in this progress.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 37. 1575? Account of the annual fees belonging to the several Officers of Arms; with request for increase of their allowances in the Household, or else board-wages.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 38. 1575? Pedigree of Gilbert Lord Talboys, descended from Raufe Fitz Oswey, who came to England with Will. I.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 39. 1575? Grant to Wm. Turpyn, Esqr., of the manor of Geddington, in the County of Northampton. [Imperfect.]
  • TNA SP 12/106, 40. 1575? Memorial to Lord Burghley in behalf of Wm. Maister, who had received grant of the Vicarage of Burford, Oxford, claimed by Sir Edward Unton in right of his wife the Lady Warwick.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 41. 1575? Note of the money that may be saved by the purchase of powder, saltpetre, and other ordnance stores abroad.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 42. 1575? Estimate of the expense of victualling 1,000 men and 1,000 horses for one month; viz., the men accompted after twenty flesh days and eight fish days. Price of provisions.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 43. 1575? Note of armour and munition remaining in divers and sundry places within the realm over and besides the armories preserved for the Queen's own person.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 44. 1575? Reasons contained in the Lord Mayor's letter why the writer might not keep Her Majesty's records in the Lord Mayor's Court. With answers to the same. [Indorsed, "Ferdinando Richardson."]
  • TNA SP 12/106, 45. 1575? Names of the sureties of John Turnpenny and Wm. Killingworth, who were committed to ward for hunting in Her Majesty's chase of Enfield.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 46. 1575? Names of recusants discovered by the confession of Barnard and Elizabeth Johnson.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 47. 1575? Petition of the inhabitants of Coxhall [Coggeshall ?], and other poor clothiers, to the Council. Stating that now no opposition is made to Mr. John Hastings' patent for the making of freesadoes after the manner of Harlaem; but that they are most unjustly vexed by him to their utter undoing.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 48. 1575? Certain reasons set down by the clothiers of Suffolk why they desire a reformation of the statute regulating the manufacture of cloths, particularly against searching cloths in London, instead of at the place of manufacture.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 49. 1575? Memorial to Lord Cobham. Exhibiting the decay of the cloth trade in Kent, and desiring an emendation of the statute 8 Eliz. against the exportation of unwrought cloths.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 50. 1575? Note of sundry subtle practices to defeat the true meaning and intent of the statute against usury.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 51. 1575? Particulars of the Earl of Rutland's suit desiring to purchase of the Queen the manor of Newark, he not having any house within the County of Nottingham.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 52. 1575? Note of such charges as have and do yearly issue out of the lands of Mr. John St. John, Her Majesty's ward, son of Sir John St. John.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 53. 1575? Grant to John Bovyat of the exclusive privilege of manufacturing saltpetre and gunpowder of stone minerals for the term of twenty-one years.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 54. 1575? Note of fees paid on the coinage of tin in the stannary of Cornwall.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 55. 1575? Notes concerning the order of coinage of tin in the Counties of Cornwall and Devon.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 56. 1575? Note of rents of certain manors in Cornwall by Henry Cheverton, Chief Seneschal in the same. Lat.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 57. 1575? Petition of [Ald.] Edw. Osborne, Richd. Staper, and others, to the Council. Complaining of the piracy committed on their ship the "James," by the pirates Hodges, Clarke, and Worald, by whom their factor and three sailors had been slain.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 58. 1575? A table showing the proportions and rates of charges for ordnance carriages, &c. when supplied by contract, and when made out of the Government stores.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 59. 1575? Statement of the causes of the decay of the trade and shipping of Kingston-upon-Hull.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 60. 1575? Statement of the causes of the decay of the office of the Admiralty, and the diminution of the Judge's income of that court.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 61. 1575? Certificate of the value of the commodities brought in by the merchants of Muscovy, under the hand of Thomas Smythe.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 62. 1575? Petition of Peter Morrice to Mr. Sec. Walsyngham. Solicits a Patent for him for the sole right of making and employing certain hydraulic engines for the raising of water, draining marshes, &c.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 63. 1575? Petition of Christopher Bowyer and Nicholas Danyell to the Queen. For a lease in reversion of Her Majesty's toll tin, in the County of Cornwall, as formerly granted to Wm. Hollocome and Tho. Jarrett, decd.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 64. 1575? Petition of Barnaby Acton to Walsyngham (?). That he would take order with Mr. Wells for the payment of the 20l. he had promised on the surrender of the lease of the farm of Clewar, in Berkshire.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 65. 1575? An estimate of the charge for making of 1,500 jacks, plated before, for the furniture of the Queen's ships.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 66. 1575? Remembrances touching the Office of the Armory. Note of armour to be repaired, and warrant for 500l. for that purpose.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 67. 1575? Mr. Mydlemore's suit to the Queen for the nominating and appointing sheriffs and county clerks. Advantages to be derived by the proposed grant.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 68. 1575? Petition of Otto de Baehere to the Queen. For licence to transport 1,600 cloths, in consideration of his draft of the arms and genealogies of England, called "Le Thr├ęsor de la Noblesse," dedicated to Her Majesty. French.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 69. 1575? Memorial touching the grant of the lands belonging to Lord Dacre, and the agreement between him, Lord Norreis, and Leonard Dacre. The Earl of Leicester's suit for confirmation of the leases taken under such agreement.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 70. 1575? Order by the Queen for the better observance of Lent, by abstaining from the eating of flesh during that season, and on the usual fasting days.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 71. 1575? Note of the number of parish churches in the several dioceses of England and Wales. "Summa totalis of all the parish churches within the realm, 8,911; besides chapels and the churches within the dioceses of Oxford and Bristol not certified."
  • TNA SP 12/106, 72. 1575? Copy of TNA SP 12/106, 71.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 73. 1575? Articles and objections against Beakyn's pretended lease of the escheated lands and all other the demesnes of the Bishoprick of Ely.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 74. 1575? Description of the operation and advantages of a certain newly invented engine of war, whereby twenty-four bullets can be discharged from one piece at a time.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 75. 1575? Notes by the inventor touching the engine of war. Expense of making a few at a time. It would require above 100 engines to be employed at once. Desires a yearly pension in consideration of his invention.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 76. 1575? A note of the effects already performed by the engine of war; of which there are 200 engines and 3,000 bullets already delivered into the Tower for service.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 77. 1575? Relation of former attempts for discovering a passage through the Straights out of the North Sea into the South Sea.


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