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September 1576

Digital images of TNA SP 12 volume 109 are here http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/SP12/109%5F%281576%29/

  • TNA SP 12/109, 1. 1576 Sept. 4. Mr. Asteley to Peter Osborne. Approves of the drawing up of some legal document, and suggests alterations.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 2. 1576 Sept. 6. Tho. Fanshawe to Lord Burghley. Sends a clause to be inserted in Mr. Smithe's grant, and a warrant for discharge of the King of Spain's subjects of the Low Countries. Requests order for the making of the Temple bridge to Mr. Barnerd.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 3. 1576 Sept. 6. The Council to the Captain of the Isle of Wight. To give licence to Henry Jolliffe to capture the ship of Captain Gyliam, a French pirate.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 4. 1576 Sept. 9. Rafe Lane to Burghley. Requests that his case may be heard in London, considering the heavy charges for the expenses of the witnesses in the country. Prays that the offenders of Lyme, who beat the pursuivant and threw him overboard, may be punished.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 5. 1576 Sept. 10. Ric. Barrey, Lieut. of Dover Castle, to Lord Cobham. That the Strangers' congregation of Sandwich were unwilling to enter into bond for the safe return of the ship and mariners appointed to carry the remainder of the prisoners to Flushing. Incloses TNA SP 12/109, 5. i.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 5. i. 1576 Petition of the congregation of Sandwich against their becoming sureties for the return of the ship and mariners from Flushing. Sandwich, 10 Sept. Lat.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 6. 1576 Sept. 12. Sec. Walsyngham to Burghley. Affairs of Flushing and the Low Countries. The English merchants there are set at liberty. The Queen will not determine about the customs till she receive from Burghley a statement of the several rates offered. She is doubtful of going to Odiham, for fear of expense to Walsyngham. Is desirous of being quit of the place he serves in.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 7. 1576 Sept. 17. Nicholas Gorges to Walsyngham. Will be ready to attend at Dover or the Downs to convey the ambassador to France. Mr. Holstok had received orders not to detain any of the ships from Flushing. Pirates between Portland and the Wight; desires to know if he shall intercept them.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 8. 1576 Sept. 17. Nicholas Gorges to Lord Adm. Lincoln. Will be ready to attend at Dover or the Downs to convey the ambassador to France. Illness of Captain Beston.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 9. 1576 Sept. 17. Account of the materials and cost of the Countess of Huntingdon's hearse.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 10. 1576 Sept. 20. Survey of the manor of Colequit, parcel of the Viscount Bindon's possessions, made by Sir Arthur Bassett and others.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 11. 1576 Sept. 20. Offers of the tenants for the purchase of the same, and of the sum finally offered by Mr. Edgecombe.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 12. 1576 Sept. 28. Accounts, presentments, &c. of the losses sustained by the Queen and Mr. Baeshe in the fire of the storehouses at Portsmouth on the 4th of August.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 13. 1576 (Sept. 28.) Petition of Thomas Poyner, and others, of Portsmouth, to the Council. Praying for remuneration for their losses in the fire of the storehouses at Portsmouth; "amountinge unto soche greate somes "as they are not able of themselves to recover the same." Incloses TNA SP 12/109, 13. i.
  • TNA SP 12/109, 13. i. 1576 Note of goods and merchandise belonging to Ric. Jarvis, John Humfrey, and Tho. Poyner, consumed in the fire at Portsmouth.
  • TNA SP 12/109 14. 1576 Sept. 28. Estimate and survey by Ric. Popynjay and Robt. Welles, of the charges of rebuilding the two storehouses lately consumed by fire at Portsmouth.


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