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- TNA SP 12/115, 1. 1577 August 10. Lists of Her Majesty's ships, their names, burden, number of men. &c. Lists and estimates for setting forth 24 ships to the seas, 24th May, 1574, and for victualling the same, by Edw. Baeshe. [See also Vol. xcvi., pp. 275, 281.]
- TNA SP 12/115, 2. 1577 August 14. Mr. Sec. Walsyngham (?) to the Earl of Shrewsbury. The Queen desires Mr. Sacheverell might be re-admitted into the commission of the peace, unless there were any substantial reasons to the contrary.
- TNA SP 12/115, 3. 1577 August 14. Mr. Sec. Walsyngham to the Earl of Bedford. Respecting Mr. Sacheverell's re-admittance into the commission of the peace.
- TNA SP 12/115, 4. 1577 August 17. Note of the charges for re-victualling the Queen's Majesty's three ships, the Lyon, the Dreadnought, and the Foresight, now at sea, for one month longer.
- TNA SP 12/115, 5. 1577 August 18. The Council to Sir Henry Radeclyff. To oversee the works at Portsmouth, under the charge of Ric. Popynjay, and the expenditure of the money for the repair of the forts.
- TNA SP 12/115, 6. 1577 August 19. to Walsyngham (?). Origin of the claim to proxies by the bishops and archdeacons in respect of their visitations, &c.
- TNA SP 12/115, 7. 1577 August 19. Walsyngham to Burghley. Has nominated Christopher Huddesdon to receive the 20,000l. appointed by Her Majesty for the purchase of gunpowder and saltpetre.
- TNA SP 12/115, 8. 1577 August 20. Warrants for the payment and employment of the sum of 20,000l. to the person nominated by Mr. Walsyngham for the purchase of gunpowder and saltpetre. [Three warrants on one paper.]
- TNA SP 12/115, 9. 1577 August 21. Indenture of award by Peter Cox, Esq., Mayor of Poole, and others, between Mr. Henry Asheley and Charles le Berquier, relative to 140 quarters of salt lately landed at Poole.
- TNA SP 12/115, 10. 1577 August 28. Certificate of the Musters for the town of Great Yarmouth, names of the able men between 60 and 16 years, furniture of armour, weapons, &c. [Greatly injured by damp.]
- TNA SP 12/115, 11. 1577 August 29. Sec. Walsyngham to Lord Burghley. Advertisements from the continent. The Queen's design to secure Scotland by pension. The King of Portugal's preparations. Incloses TNA SP 12/115, 11. i.
- TNA SP 12/115, 11. i. 1577 August. Advertisements from Rochelle. Aug. 19, 1577
- TNA SP 12/115, 12. 1577 August 30. Report by Wm. Perrott on the ship discovered and captured by him off Great Grimsby by order of the Mayor and Aldermen of Kingston-on-Hull.
- TNA SP 12/115, 13. 1577 August. The Council to the Commissioners of Musters for the County of Essex. Thanks to those who had been diligent in performing their instructions. If any have been remiss it should immediately be reformed. Desire to be advertised of their proceedings in training the men appointed.
- TNA SP 12/115, 14. 1577 August. Names of commissioners appointed in sundry shires to have the special oversight for the restraint of the unlawful buying and engrossing of wool.
- TNA SP 12/115, 15. 1577 August? The answer of Richard Bolde to certain articles touching an imposition to be levied in the County of Lancaster, for support of recusants in prison under Mr. Worseley's charge.
- TNA SP 12/115, 16. 1577 August? Interrogatories proposed for the examination of John Sharp, touching the shipping of certain packs of wool from Romney.
- TNA SP 12/115, 17, 1577 August? Form of a recognizance for ale-house keepers. The party to be bound by recognizance in the sum of 20s., and two sufficient sureties in 10s. each.
- TNA SP 12/115, 18. 1577 August? Form of a recognizance for ale-house keepers. The party to be bound by recognizance in the sum of 20s., and two sufficient sureties in 10s. each. [second copy]
- TNA SP 12/115, 19. 1577 August? Proofs on behalf of the plaintiffs, touching the rights of the tenants of Bromham as to commonage in the forest of Melksham, against Sir Henry Baynton, defendant.
- TNA SP 12/115, 20. 1577 August? Petition of Roger Poittow, merchant of Normandy, to the Council. Complains that his ship, named the "Pelican, of Kyllebeufe," laden with fish and oil, from Newfoundland, had been taken and plundered by John Granger, of Plymouth, and three of the mariners killed.
- TNA SP 12/115, 21. 1577 August? Estimate of the charge of two of Her Majesty's barks, viz., the Achates and the Merlin, to be set to the seas in warlike manner, for apprehending pirates in the mouth of the river Thames.
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