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April 1577

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  • TNA SP 12/112, 1. 1577 April 2. Commissioners of Musters for the County of Norfolk to the Council. Have appointed four days in Easter week for the training of 500 men. Estimate of the wages of the soldiers.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 2. 1577 April 2. Commissioners of Musters for the County of Essex to the Council. Estimate of the charge for training of 400 men. Require an extension of time for training the men.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 3. 1577 April 3. Commissioners of Musters for Hampshire to the Council. Request that the time for the first training the 300 men may be deferred till the 1st of May.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 4. 1577 April 3. Commissioners of Musters for the Isle of Ely to the Council. Have not been able to make up the number of calivers required. Have appointed Wm. Roberts to train the 50 men.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 5. 1577 April 3. Fabian Phillips and Thomas Lewys to the Council. Detail their proceedings in the examinations of upwards of sixty of the pirates and their maintainers at Cardiff. Sir John Perrot's absence. Difficulties of their service, the town's people being unwilling to give any information. Incloses TNA SP 12/112, 5. i-vi.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 5. i. 1577 April. The names of the Cardiff pirates gathered out of the examinations in TNA SP 12/112, 5, ii-vi.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 5. ii. 1576/7 March 17. Examination of Simon Ferdinando, a Portuguese, relative to the doings of John Callice and other pirates.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 5. iii. 1577 March 25. Examination of Flowre Johnes, wife of John Wastell, relative to quantities of salt bought of pirates in Cardiff.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 5. iv. 1577 March 26. Examination of Wm. Chick, of I pswich, as to his services and manner of living.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 5. v. 1577 March 26. Second examination of Wm. Chick, as to his dealings with John Callice and other pirates of Cardiff.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 5. vi. 1577 March 27. Further examination of Wm. Chick, on his connexion with the pirates.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 6. 1577 April 4. Commissioners of Musters for Dorset to the Council. Beg that the day for training the levies might be postponed till after the Easter holidays.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 7. 1577 April 4. Commissioners of Musters for Northamptonshire to the Council. Excuse themselves for the delay in their former Musters, being near harvest time. Such persons as are rated at 5l. in the subsidy may contribute towards the expense of training the 200 men. Incloses TNA SP 12/112, 7. i.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 7. i. 1577 April. Estimate of the charge for equipping and training of 200 calivers for Northamptonshire
  • TNA SP 12/112, 8. 1577 April 6. Commissioners of Musters for Wiltshire to the Council. Estimate of the wages of the soldiers. Think that three or four days in the year might serve to muster them in.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 9. 1577 April 6. Bishop Coortesse to same. Found in his late visitation that many were unsound in religion. His proceedings with them within the diocese of Chichester.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 10. 1577 April 10. Commissioners of Musters for Bedfordshire to the Council. Request, on account of the poorness of the county, that 50 of the number required may be abated, and that they may use their discretion in assessing. Inclosing TNA SP 12/112, 10. i.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 10. i. 1577 April. Estimate of the charges for furnishing and training 150 men for the County of Bedford.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 11. 1577 April 11. Commissioners of Musters for Lincolnshire to the Council. The charge for training the 400 men will amount to above 320l. Request that all persons rated in the subsidy at above 40s. in lands, or 60s. in goods, may be charged in due proportion.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 12. 1577 April 12. Commissioners of Musters for Somerset to the Council. Have agreed to have 300 men in readiness, furnished with shot; and have appointed several trainers, one to every 50 soldiers.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 13. 1577 April 13. Sir Thomas Palmer, and others, to the Earl of Arundel. Complaining of the proceedings of Bp. Coortesse in citing all the justices of the peace and gentlemen of the county, publicly to appear and answer to certain articles in Chichester Cathedral. Inclosing TNA SP 12/112, 13. i.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 13. i. 1577 April. List of the names of the gentlemen cited to appear before the Bishop at the consistory of Chichester; with remarks on the transaction.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 14. 1577 April 15. Commissioners of Musters for Surrey to the Council. Desire to have the number of 150 men abated, considering the state of the shire, and the services it has to render to Her Majesty. Incloses TNA SP 12/112, 14. i.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 14. i. 1577 April. An estimate of the charges for furnishing arms and training of 150 men as calivers for Surrey; and proposals for levying money for that purpose.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 15. 1577 April 15. Commissioners of Musters for Hertfordshire to the Council. Have appointed Whitsun week for the first training of the 100 men, with estimate for the same. Great burdens already sustained by the county.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 16. 1577 April 16. Commissioners of Musters for Berkshire to the Council. Requesting that Mr. Stafford and Mr. Molins may be joined with them in the commission. Propose a method of training the men in their respective divisions. Incloses TNA SP 12/112, 16. i
  • TNA SP 12/112, 16. i. 1577 April. Certificate of the charges for the Musters of Berkshire; and how the same hath been levied upon the inhabitants.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 17. 1577 April 16. Commissioners of Musters for Staffordshire to the Council. Want of armour. Will commence training the 200 men as soon as possible.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 18. 1577 April 16. Commissioners of Musters for the County of Huntingdon to the Council. Desire that the number of 50 may be abated from the 150 men appointed to be trained, and that they may use their own discretion in levying the charges. Incloses TNA SP 12/112, 18 i.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 18 i. 1577 Estimate of the charges for the furniture and training of 150 calivers in Huntingdonshire.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 19. 1577 April 16. Commissioners of Musters for Hampshire to the Council. Report on the order they had taken towards training the 300 men as appointed, and the charges of the same. The training to commence on May-day next. Incloses TNA SP 12/112, 19. i.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 19. i. 1577 April. Note of the Captains appointed for the training of the 300 men in Hampshire.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 20. 1577 April 17. Bishop Coortesse to the Council. That he would appear before them according to their direction. Exportation of grain. What he has done in matters of religion, he has done plainly and uprightly.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 21. 1577 April 18. Report of the Goldfinders on the value of the ore or gold earth delivered to them. With estimate of the amount of profit on the working of it.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 22. 1577 April 20. Commissioners of Musters for Cornwall to the Council. Request the time for the first training the 200 men may be deferred till St. George's Eve. Trainers appointed. The county is very much destitute of men of good service, and unprovided of furniture of shot for them.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 23. 1577 April 21. Commissioners of Musters for Devonshire to the Council. Have taken order for selecting 500 men to be trained. Request directions from the Council to the Lord Warden of the Stannaries as to the 50 men allotted for the tinners. Have not yet determined on the Captains for training them.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 24. 1577 April 21. Note of the receipt in the Exchequer, from Easter 1577 till the 21st of April next following.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 25. 1577 April 22. Mr. Michael Lok to the Queen. Details his proceedings and plan to fit out an expedition with John Baptista Agnello, for bringing of gold ore from the lands discovered by Furbisher. Incloses TNA SP 12/112, 25. i-iii.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 25. i. 1577 April. Various little notes from John Baptista Agnello above referred to. Ital.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 25. ii. 1577 April. Agreement between M. Agnello and Michael Lok for a voyage to bring home gold ore. London, 19 March. Ital.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 25. iii. 1577 April. John Baptista Agnello to Michael Lok, on the proposed expedition. 4 April 1577. Ital.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 26. 1577 April 23. Commission from the Queen to the Bishop of London, the Bishop of Rochester, Sir Chr. Wray, Sir Robt. Bell, Sir William Cordell, Knt., Doctors Thos. Wilson, John Gibbons, and John Griffith, for a special visitation of the University of Oxford. Lat.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 27. 1577 April 24. Fabian Phillips and Tho. Lewys to the Council. Certify their doings in the examination of matters relating to pirates in Wales. Inclosing TNA SP 12/112, 28. i and TNA SP 12/112, 27. ii.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 27. i. 1577 April 11. Examination of Wm. Chick, of Ipswich. Details his own recent transactions and intercourse with pirates at Cardiff. Ludlow, 11 April, 1577.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 27. ii. 1577 Brief collection of proofs gathered out of the examinations of divers persons against John Ap John, John Robert Ap Jenn., William Harbart, and David Roberts, Esqrs., for buying goods unlawfully from the Commissioners at Cardiff.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 28. 1577 April 26. David Lewes, Judge of the Admiralty, to the Council. Proceedings against Rowland and Wm. Morgan, justices of peace, for not aiding John Crofts in the capture of a pirate's ship. Incloses TNA SP 12/112, 28. i.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 28. i. 1577 April. Articles to be administered to Rowland Morgan and Wm. Morgan, relative to the assistance required from them by Crofts. With their answers.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 29. 1577 April 26. Petition of Sir Thomas Palmer, Richard Ernlie, and Tho. Lewken or, to the Council. Desiring redress from the injuries done to them in their reputation and character by the defamatory proceedings of the Bp. of Chichester, against them and other justices of Sussex. Incloses TNA SP 12/112, 29. i.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 29. i. 1577 April. Articles declaring the injuries and wrongs done by the Lord Bp. of Chichester to Sir Tho. Palmer, Ric. Ernlie, and Tho. Lewkenor, Esqrs. Consisting of twenty articles.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 30. 1577 April 26? Answer of Bishop Coortesse, unto certain articles supposing to declare wrongs done to Sir Tho. Palmer and Mr. Ric. Ernlie, &c.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 31. 1577 April 26? Articles (38 in number) exhibited to the Council by Palmer, Ernlie, and Lewkenor, against the doings of the Bp. of Chichester, whereby it may appear how and by what means the Queen's Majesty's service within the County of Sussex hath been hindered and letted. With proofs for verification of the same.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 32. 1577 April 26? A breviat of the articles exhibited against the Bp. of Chichester, by Sir Tho. Palmer.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 33. 1577 April 26? Answer of the Bp. of Chichester to the 38 articles exhibited against him by Sir Tho. Palmer and others.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 34. 1577 April 26? Replication of Palmer, Ernlie, and Lewkenor, to the answer of the Bp. of Chichester.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 35. 1577 April 26? Palmer, Ernlie, and Lewkenor, to the Council. In answer to the bill delivered in by the Bp. of Chichester to the Council, touching his proceedings in causes of religion.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 36. 1577 April 26? Articles exhibited against the Bp. of Chichester, for granting licences for the exportation of corn.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 37. 1577 April 26? The answer of the Bp. of Chichester and Dr. Henry Worley to the information of William Grover against the Bp. of Chichester, relative to the transportation of corn.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 38. 1577 April 26? Answer of the Bp. of Chichester to the complaint of Walter Coverley, relative to the office of bailiwick of the Manhood.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 39. 1577 April 26? Replication of Walter Coverley (or Cubberley) to the answer of the Bp. of Chichester, made to the complaint of the said Walter.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 40. 1577 April 26? Answer of the Bp. of Chichester to the complaint of William Faires, relative to the right of commonage in the Manhood.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 41. 1577 April 26? The Bp. of Chichester's answer to the complaint of Edward Amyers, relative to his claim to the office of register of the diocese of Chichester.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 42. 1577 April 26? The replication of Edwd. Amyers to the answer of Ric. Bp. of Chichester, as to the office of principal registrar.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 43. 1577 April 26? Abstract of the charges against the Bp. of Chichester. Indorsed, "General directorie to the crimes wherewith the B. is "charged."
  • TNA SP 12/112, 44. 1577 April 26? Abstract of the charges against the Bp. of Chichester. Indorsed, "Particular directorie to certeine of the crimes wherewith the B. is charged."
  • TNA SP 12/112, 45. 1577 April 30. Edwyn Sandys, Archbp. of York, to Lord Burghley. The preparation of his farewell speech, to the delivered at St. Paul's Cross, had prevented his visiting him. The Bishop of London's note is very incorrect. Is sore dealt withal, and most shamefully wronged on every side. Incloses TNA SP 12/112, 45. i.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 45. i. 1577 April. The Bp. of London's note of the commodities growing to the Archbishop of York presently at his entrance into that see. With the Archbishop's answers to the same.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 46. 1577 April. Names and offences of the convicted prisoners that went with Mr. Furbisher.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 47. 1577 April. The number of those that are assessed for the first payment of the subsidy within certain Hundreds in Northamptonshire.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 48. 1577 April? Egremonde Radclyff to the Council. Desires to be permitted to take exercise in the little garden before his prison, and to be allowed a servant to attend him. [Attested "Perused by me, Owyn Hopton."]
  • TNA SP 12/112, 49. 1577 April? The order thought meet by the Commissioners appointed to examine the Bp. of Chichester, and the conclusion of their conferences. Conditions prescribed for the bishop's observance.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 50. 1577 April? Answer of the Bp. of Chichester to the above order set down for him.
  • TNA SP 12/112, 51. 1577 April. Statement of the many oppressions committed by Giles Lord Chandos, particularly against Tho. Bushell, in relation to a murder committed in the house of John Yate, servant of Lord Chandos; and also against Thomas Smith, a justice of peace, and others; with the insolent and contemptuous demeanour of Chandos towards the Council of the Marches of Wales.


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