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September 1566, Anno 8 Eliz

Digital images of SP 12 Volume 40 are here [1]

Sep 1

  • TNA SP 12/40, 55. Presentment, Folkestone Jury, value of articles, droits of Admiralty

Sep 2

  • TNA SP 12/40, 56. Return of the Jury of Inquisition held at Dover Castle, to certain articles on jurisdiction of the Cinque Ports
  • TNA SP 12/40, 57. Congratulatory verses, Leicester and Cecil, Chancellors of the two Universities, by Coryat, Oxford visit
  • TNA SP 12/40, 58. Congratulatory verses, Cecil, Chancellors of the two Universities, by James Calfhill, Oxford visit

Sep 3

  • TNA SP 12/40, 59. Letter, Marcham to Cecil, poverty, asks for assistance to remain at Oxford
  • TNA SP 12/40, 60. Letter, Kyllygrew to Fitzwilliams, his visit to the Scottish Court. Description the progress at Kenilworth

Sep 6

  • TNA SP 12/40, 61. Letter, Lady Mary Grey to Cecil, for an interview with the Queen

Sep 12

  • TNA SP 12/40, 62. Letter, Winchester to Cecil, Border administration, financial affairs

Sep 19

  • TNA SP 12/40, 63. Letter, Humfrey to Cecil, mining exploration, Bristol, Tintern

Sep 20

  • TNA SP 12/40, 64. Letter, Thurland to Cecil, mineral operations more chargeable than expected

Sep 24

  • TNA SP 12/40, 65. Mayor of Cambridge to Cecil, the Burgesses of the Parliament; Roger Slegg and Henry Serle being disqualified

Sep 30

  • TNA SP 12/40, 66. Lady Mary Grey to Cecil, for the Queen's pardon
  • TNA SP 12/40, 67. Schoolmaster of Grantham, to Cecil, little children allowed into the school contrary to the regulations

September undated

  • TNA SP 12/40, 68. A memorial of things fit to be considered by the Parliament. Mr. Walsyngham to be of the House
  • TNA SP 12/40, 69. Account of the second payment of the subsidy granted to the Queen
  • TNA SP 12/40, 70. Account of the customs and subsidies payable on wines in the ports of England and Wales, Butlerage
  • TNA SP 12/40, 71. Proposal, James Morley and Henry Smythe for the farm of custom of woollen cloths and wines
  • TNA SP 12/40, 72. Ordinances, Lincolnshire, Commissioners of Sewers, for works in the fens there
  • TNA SP 12/40, 73. Bond, Gresham to John Fuggar, for Steinberg, for sending 20 German miners to England
  • TNA SP 12/40, 74. Conditions for John Steinberg (Hans Stainbarge) to come to England with 20 or 30 Germans, skilled in minerals


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