SP 1568/9 March

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March 1568/9 Anno 11 Eliz

Digital images of SP 12 Volume 55 are here[1]

Mar 1

  • TNA SP 12/49, 55. Opinion, Dr. Lewes on the goods and merchandize stayed in Britanny belonging to merchants of Cork
  • TNA SP 12/49, 55. i. Petition, merchants of Cork, for redress, ships spoiled in Brittany en route to Bordeaux
  • TNA SP 12/49, 56. Orders, for restraint of export of cloths to the Low Countries, or bringing commodities thence

Mar 6

  • TNA SP 12/49, 57. Letter, Hawkyns to Cecil, his voyage, and the suits from Plymouth

Mar 8

  • TNA SP 12/49, 58. Letter, Cobham to Cecil, French Ambasbassador and D'Assonleville en route, the French have taken corn ships
  • TNA SP 12/49, 59. Letter, Cobham to Cecil, English ships, crews and passengers stayed at Calais in reprisal for Courtenay's seizures
  • TNA SP 12/49, 60. Letter, Cobham to Cecil, M. D'Assonleville is doubtful about crosing the Channel
  • TNA SP 12/49, 61. Note of things to be provided for fitting out 6 ships

Mar 11

  • TNA SP 12/49, 62. Letter, Cobham to Cecil, M D'Assonleville and the French Ambassador have sailed

Mar 12

  • TNA SP 12/49, 63. Letter, Philip Sidney to Cecil, thanks and his progress in his studies

Mar 14

  • TNA SP 12/49, 64. Petition, by some Dunwich, to recover a ship and goods taken by the French

Mar 16

  • TNA SP 12/49, 65. Heads of directions, as to the mode of taking Musters throughout the kingdom

Mar 17

  • TNA SP 12/49, 66. Letter, Malim (Malimio) to Cecil, thanks, Mr. Wolley has succeeded the late Mr. Ascham

Mar 18

  • TNA SP 12/49, 67. Letter, William Wynter to Cecil, to consider the bill for supply of the office of Ordnance

Mar 21

  • TNA SP 12/49, 68. Letter, Cobham to Cecil, passenger at Calais released, mariners on the ships still stayed there

Mar 23

  • TNA SP 12/49, 69. Letter, William Overton to Cecil, represents the distressed condition of his brother


Mar 25

  • TNA SP 12/49, 70. Letter, Bedford to Cecil, the bearer has been hardly used by the Governor of Berwick

Mar 26

  • TNA SP 12/49, 71. Appointments, of Commissioners for taking Musters in each county
  • TNA SP 12/49, 72. Letter, from John Thaccher et al, sending depositions of some men at Pevensey
  • TNA SP 12/49, 72, 1. Commission from the Lord Warden to Jurats of Pevensey, to inquire into certain wrecks
  • TNA SP 12/49, 72, 2. Interrogatories to some of Pevensey about a ship and goods wrecked there
  • TNA SP 12/49, 72, 3. Answers by some of Pevensey to the interrogatories TNA SP 12/49, 72, 2

Mar 27

  • TNA SP 12/49, 73. Letter, Henry Cheke to to Cecil, Gratefully acknowledges favours conferred
  • TNA SP 12/49, 74. Account, artillery and stores delivered to Captain of Falmouth alias Pendennis Castle, Cornwall

Mar 29

  • TNA SP 12/49, 75. Letter, Roger Edwards to Cecil, sends him a treatise to be presented to the Queen
  • TNA SP 12/49, 76. Letter, Duchess of Suffolk to Cecil, for a Dutchman to go over to fetch his wife and goods

March undated

  • TNA SP 12/49, 77. List, those to set out lances and light horsemen, musters


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