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June 1576

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  • TNA SP 12/108, 34. 1576 June 1. The Council to the Commissioners for Grain. Great scarcity and high prices of grain. Directions to use great diligence to restrain the exportation of grain in the maritime counties.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 35. 1576 June 2. Sir Francis Englefyld to William Cotton. Has taken all the means in his power to accomplish his desire. Sir Tho. [Stuckley] is gone to Loretto. Directions for his guidance in some secret transaction. The plot is new, rare, and without precedent.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 36. 1576 June 3. The Council to the Commissioners of Sewers in certain counties. To aid in levying a rate in adjacent counties to assist the inhabitants of the Isle of Ely in the cleansing, scouring, and embanking the river of Wisbeach.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 37. 1576 June 3. The Council to Lord Norreis, and others, Justices of Oxfordshire and Berkshire. To consult for the execution of the late statute made for the repairing of the bridges and highways near Oxford.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 38. 1576 June 8. Sir Arthur Champernowne to Lord Burghley. Arrival of intelligence of great cruelties inflicted on the inhabitants of Marrena by the people of Rochelle. Much corn exported.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 39. 1576 June 9. The Countess of Northumberland to Mr. William Cotton. Affairs of the recusants. Sir Thomas. Stuckley is gone to Loretto. Ill health of Sir F. Englefield. Fears that the letter to be conveyed to Lawrence Blacknoll, which contained affairs of great moment, has not been delivered. [The names of persons in this letter are expressed in cyphers.]
  • TNA SP 12/108, 40. 1576 June 9. The Council to Sir H. Wallop, Sir Wm. Kyngesmyll, and others. To make search in the house of Alexander Dearing for vestments, books, and other massing tools. And all public records belonging to the shire to be restored to the Bishop's Court.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 41. 1576 June 9. The Queen to the Lord Treasurer and the Lord Chancellor. Directions to buy in her name bullion to the amount of 40,000l. of the merchants and goldsmiths and the Queen to the Treasurer and Chamberlains of the Exchequer. To pay to the Lord Treasurer and the Lord Chancellor the money for purchase of the said bullion.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 42. 1576 June 14. James Whitney, and others, poor prisoners for debt in the King's Bench, to Sec. Walsyngham. In favor of Mr. Webbe to be appointed to keep the register-book of the Commissioners in their behalf.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 43. 1576 June 15. Countess of Northumberland to her servant Peter Kerke from Liege. Is sorry his proceedings and endeavours fall out so unluckily. Recommends him to desist and shortly return. Her commendations to Mr. Cotton, Mr. Carew, and others.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 44. 1576 June 15. Sir Hen. Sydney to Walsyngham. In favour of Mr. Walter, a principal pleader in the Court of Wales, against whom some persons "have geven foorthe undecent and slanderous reportes."
  • TNA SP 12/108, 45. 1576 June 17. Account of the debts owing by the Bp. of Worcester (Bullingham) at his death, and of the charges of his funeral, and discharge of his household. With a supplication to the Queen to consider the lamentable estate of his poor wife and children.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 46. 1576 June 17. Note of the causes why the late Bp. of Worcester was so greatly indebted.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 47. 1576 June 26. Countess of Northumberland to William Cotton. Advises him to continue his endeavors till the middle of August next, when he would see what was best to be done. Affairs of the recusants. The King of Spain has a good opinion of him. Offers from France. Prays him to be very cautious, and have nothing to do with Thomas Coppley.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 48. 1576 June. The Mayor, &c. of Dover to the Council. Praying that the penalties under the Act 23rd Hen. VIII. may be applied to the repairs of Dover haven.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 49. 1576 June? Instructions given by the Queen to Sir Henry Sydney, Lord President, and the Council of Wales, with certain alterations and additions to the former instructions. Orders of Council for the direction and government of the same. Note of the differences of the old and new instructions.
  • TNA SP 12/108, 50. 1576 June. Note of important public business to be attended to. [In Lord Burghley's hand.]


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