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- TNA SP 12/110, 17. 1576. Answer to the demand of allowance, in the offer for the Mint.
- TNA SP 12/110, 18. 1576. Suit of Thomas Castelin, soliciting a licence to search for and work any coal mines beyond the Trent.
- TNA SP 12/110, 19. 1576. A description of the courts of justice in England by Alexander Fisher. Detailing their constitution, duties of their officers, mode of practice, &c.
- TNA SP 12/110, 20. 1576. Note of "the Officers of Her Majesty's Courts of Record at Westminster, both English and Latin." Also lists of the post-towns between Berwick and Windsor, from Ireland to London, and from London to Dover.
- TNA SP 12/110, 21. 1576. Heads of articles for a grant of incorporation from the Queen to the Company of Kathai, or Cathay. Michael Lok to be the first Governor, and Martin Furbisher to be High Admiral of all the new discovered lands.
- TNA SP 12/110, 22. 1576. Articles agreed upon by the Company of Cathay to form the their grant of incorporation.
- TNA SP 12/110, 23. 1576. Note of the clear annual value of the tenths due by the clergy in the province of Canterbury.
- TNA SP 12/110, 24. 1576. Remembrance for Lord Burghley from the mayor and burgesses of the City of Bath. To be permitted to finish building the fair church commenced by the late Prior there, and not fully finished at the time of the suppression, and so yet remaineth; Edw. Colthurst, the proprietor, being contented to grant the same to the corporation.
- TNA SP 12/110, 25. 1576. Advice of the justices for putting certain penal statutes in execution. Incloses TNA SP 12/110, 25. i.
- TNA SP 12/110, 25. i. 1576. A schedule of the statutes intended.
- TNA SP 12/110, 26. 1576. Remembrances by Sir John Fetyplace to Mr. Sec. Walsyngham. Relative to Lady Englefyld's lands.
- TNA SP 12/110, 27. 1576. Lord Stafford to the Queen. Has altered his former petition, and now requests the grant of a lease of 200l. rent out of the attainted lands of his grandfather, and of such knights' fees as were omitted by the malice of Cardinal Wolsey.
- TNA SP 12/110, 28. 1576. Petition of the poor tenants, servants, and others, of John, late Marquis of Winchester, to the Council. Reciting many gifts and legacies to Dame Winifred his wife, and others, in his last will, and complaining that Mr. Henry Ughtrede, one of the executors, had unjustly delayed settling their claims.
- TNA SP 12/110, 29. 1576. Henry Ughtrede to same. In answer to the complaints of the tenants and servants of the late Marquis of Winchester.
- TNA SP 12/110, 30. 1576. Statement of the griefs of William Marquis of Winchester, against Lady Winifred, his father's wife, and Henry Ughtrede his brother-in-law; their sinister influence with his late father, John Marq. of Winchester, and unjust conversion of the family property.
- TNA SP 12/110, 31. 1576. Note of inconveniences caused to William Marquis of Winchester, by the strict letter of the covenants and bonds concerning the jointure of the Lady Marchioness, whereof he requires such reasonable mitigation as may stand with the security of his estate.
- TNA SP 12/110, 32. 1576. Lucas Clayssone to Lord Burghley. Solicits to be nominated to a fellowship in Magdalen College, Camb., in the gift of the Queen. Lat.
- TNA SP 12/110, 33. 1576. The Queen to same. To license John Pompart to ship 500 quarters of wheat, 6,000 planks, and 16 pieces of ordnance, at the suit of Monsr. de Mauvissiere, the French Ambassador.
- TNA SP 12/110, 34. 1576. Reasons why the bishops and clergy should not be exempt from furnishing horses and armour for defence of the realm, and how the same may be effected.
- TNA SP 12/110, 35. 1576. The Earl of Shrewsbury's answer to certain claims for leases and tithes of some of his manors and lands.
- TNA SP 12/110, 36. 1576. Note of the difference of riding charges of messengers and grooms in the time of Sir John Masone's being Treasurer of the Chamber, and in the time of Sir Tho. Heneage.
- TNA SP 12/110, 37. 1576. Proposal by Ed. Baeshe to the Queen, to pay the sum of 1,500l., being a part of his debt of 2,000l., by instalments of 100l. yearly. States his losses, particularly by the fire at Portsmouth.
- TNA SP 12/110, 38. 1576. Suit of John Asteley, Master of the Jewel House, for grant of the manor of Osmyngton, in fee-farm, or a lease of the same for 60 years.
- TNA SP 12/110, 39. 1576. Letters Patent granting to Wm. Kendall, of Launceston, in Cornwall, the sole privilege of making alum for 20 years.
- TNA SP 12/110, 40. 1576. Indenture of covenants between the Queen's Majesty and Wm. Kendall for the manufacture of alum within the realm of England.
- TNA SP 12/110, 41. 1576. Articles given in charge to the Middlesex Jury. To make inquiry touching the unlawful catching of fish, taking of spawn, and for preservation of fish in the Thames.
- TNA SP 12/110, 42. 1576. The effect of Henry Rodrigue's request touching the brokerage of assurances; that he and his executors may be solely appointed to deal therein.
- TNA SP 12/110, 43. 1576. Note of the charge of maintaining four of Her Majesty's ships at sea for two months.
- TNA SP 12/110, 44. 1576. Petition of John Martyn, John Shaplye, and many other merchants of Totness and Staverton, in the County of Devon, to the Council. That their Lordships would be pleased to be a means for the release of their goods, which, by order from the French king, had been stayed at Rouen.
- TNA SP 12/110, 45. 1576. Opinion of Dr. Wm. Aubrey, Jo. Hammond, and W. Lewyn, in the case of Mr Rockery. That a Fellow of Queen's College, Cambridge, may enjoy a prebend and still keep his fellowship.
- TNA SP 12/110, 46. 1576. A breviate of the state of the City of Chester, what once it was, and of the miserable estate in which it now is.
- TNA SP 12/110, 47. 1576. Mr. Ballard's survey of the manor of Northborne, in Kent, with a note of the particular rents thereof, and of the rents paid to the Queen.
- TNA SP 12/110, 48. 1576. Information against Henry Kanter, alias Kalice, Tho. Cole, and others, for robbing Robert Fletcher, at Helford haven.
- TNA SP 12/110, 49. 1576. Another information against the same for robbing and threatening to kill Robert Fletcher.
- TNA SP 12/110, 50. 1576. Note of the improvement of the rent of the manor of Kingsey, in the County of Bucks.
- TNA SP 12/110, 51. 1576. Device by Stephen Parrott for the abolition of usury, by the establishment of a fund under the control of the Government.
- TNA SP 12/110, 52. 1576. The names of such gentlemen of living as dwell in the Hundreds of Rochford and Dengy, or in the confines thereof; probably for the Musters. [Indorsed, "A Remembrance about my brother Harris."]
- TNA SP 12/110, 53. 1576. List of gentlemen in the County of Hertford who may contribute towards the loan of 2,000l., if any of those before set down for that purpose shall be excused or misliked.
- TNA SP 12/110, 54. 1576. Proposal of John Heth and Henry Anderson for the grant of a licence for the exclusive importation of Scottish salt.
- TNA SP 12/110, 55. 1576. A brief abstract and report of the state of the Isle of Sheppey, containing six parishes; what houses and ground every parish containeth, and how the same land is divided. [Addressed to the Lord Treasurer.]
- TNA SP 12/110, 56. 1576. Duplicate of the above; with a request that no one should occupy more than 250 acres of up-land within the said isle.
- TNA SP 12/110, 57. 1576. Informations concerning fines for alienations and writs of covenants whereupon fines are levied. Proposing to increase the Queen's revenues by farming the same at a rent certain.
- TNA SP 12/110, 58. 1576. List of the Chancellors, Clerks, and Speakers of Parliament, with the time they held office. 5° Edward III. to, 22° Edward IV.
- TNA SP 12/110, 59. 1576. Notes for Mr. Wm. Drury, Marshal of Berwick. For a grant of the manor of Hadeneham to be held in fee-farm.
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