SP 1569/70 February

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February 1569/70, Anno 12 Eliz

Digital images of SP 12 Volume 66 are here [1]

Feb 1

  • TNA SP 12/66, 33. Letter, Aldermen of Newark-on-Trent, to Cecil, messengers refusing to pay for post-horses
  • TNA SP 12/66, 34. Account, of brass and iron ordnance and other stores with the prices of the same, navy

Feb 5

  • TNA SP 12/66, 35. Letter, Queen to Winchester, irregularities against the farmers of the imposts on wines

Feb 15

  • TNA SP 12/66, 36. List, victuals to be placed in staple for service by sea or land, at the ports specified
  • TNA SP 12/66, 37. Note of the journey of Thomas Blackwell into the North
  • TNA SP 12/66, 38. Order for general musters for horses

Feb 18

  • TNA SP 12/66, 39. Letter, Queen to the Earl of Derby. about his daughter-in-law, Lady Margaret Strange and the death of her father
  • TNA SP 12/66, 40. Letter, Queen to Lord Strange, wishes Lady Margaret Strange to continue her attendance on her
  • TNA SP 12/66, 41. Memorandum of a letter to the Surveyor of Woods in Middlesex, enclosure at Knightsbridge

Feb 20

  • TNA SP 12/66, 42. Notes, by Cecil, provision of arms and military stores, Parliament
  • TNA SP 12/66, 44. Note, delivery by Gresham of Spanish rials to the Mint and their redelivery in money

Feb 21

  • TNA SP 12/66, 43. Letter, Thomas Marshe to PC, has taken the examinations of Putenham and Hodges
  • TNA SP 12/66, 43. 1. Interrogatories for John Hodges on behalf of George Putenham, as to the plan of kill Cecil
  • TNA SP 12/66, 43. 2. Answers of John Hodges, on the plan to kill Cecil
  • TNA SP 12/66, 43. 3. Interrogatories by John Hodges to be administered to George Putenham, the plan to kill Cecil
  • TNA SP 12/66, 43. 4. Deposition of George Putenham, plan to kill Cecil

February undated

  • TNA SP 12/66, 45. Note, by Cecil, how the rebels, being taken, may be indicted and tried, and disposal of their lands
  • TNA SP 12/66, 46. Declaration of abuses in the practice of the Canon Law
  • TNA SP 12/66, 47. Statement, Earl of Oxford as to his claim to certain lands, wardship
  • TNA SP 12/66, 48. Copy of part of TNA SP 12/66, 47
  • TNA SP 12/66, 49. Rental, manors, the jointure of the late Countess of Oxford, wardship
  • TNA SP 12/66, 50. Suit, Thomas Leighton to PC, for conduct money on a march from Wetherby to London
  • TNA SP 12/66, 51. Note of the most necessary munitions to be provided at this present in the Office of Ordnance
  • TNA SP 12/66, 52. Account of artillery, carriages, armour, and other Ordnance stores
  • TNA SP 12/66, 53. Articles, against the suit of Richard Putenham to the Queen, for restitution of 900l
  • TNA SP 12/66, 54. Declaration, by the Queen, the Northern rebellion
  • TNA SP 12/66, 55. An answer to "A Discourse of Trobles newly happened in England in Octobre"


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