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Undated 1575, 17 & 18 Eliz

Digital images of TNA SP 12 volume 106 are here [1]

  • TNA SP 12/106, 1. Petition of Luke Griston [or Grimston ?] to Lord Admiral, has answered for the landing and buying of certain soap
  • TNA SP 12/106, 2. Petition of Thomas Wolley, for a new proclamation against engrossers and monopolists of grain
  • TNA SP 12/106, 3. Book of the Justices of the Peace for the counties of Wales
  • TNA SP 12/106, 4. Petition of the Merchants of the Stillyard to import from the Low Countries without passing through Hamburgh
  • TNA SP 12/106, 5. Statement of the injuries sustained by the City of London from the Merchants of the Stillyard
  • TNA SP 12/106, 6. Comparative value of English coin, with reference to the coinage of other states of Europe
  • TNA SP 12/106, 7. Note of the yearly value of the Earl of Essex's lands in the counties of Buckingham, Essex, and Pembroke
  • TNA SP 12/106, 8. Note Captain Carsey's defaults in armour and exactions in Lincolnshire
  • TNA SP 12/106, 9. Offer of Thomas Moryson to compound for purveyance, oxen and sheep from Lindsey, Lincolnshire
  • TNA SP 12/106, 10. Petition of citizen of St. Malo, to be released, arrested in Dover, by some men of Chester, on pretence of reprisals
  • TNA SP 12/106, 11. Petition of Monoux, against 14 London merchants, for 300l. assured by them in his ship and goods since lost
  • TNA SP 12/106, 12. Mrs. Hampton's suit to Her Majesty. for a grant of forfeited bonds, in consideration of her late husband's services
  • TNA SP 12/106, 13. Petition, Browne and Rotherham, for possession of lands bought of Mr. Innocent Reade and Elizabeth his wife
  • TNA SP 12/106, 14. Orders for the Office of Ordnance for receipt and payment of money, and drilling in the artillery garden
  • TNA SP 12/106, 15. Statement by Thomas Fermor, lands in Eyton and Claudvilde, formerly of Thomas Ricards alias Fermor, of Whitney
  • TNA SP 12/106, 16. Notes upon certain passages of the Scriptures
  • TNA SP 12/106, 17. Petition of the inhabitants of Guildford, for payment of legacies in the will of John Parkhurst, Bishop of Norwich
  • TNA SP 12/106, 18. Letter, PC to the Justices of Assize. to discourage the Sheriffs giving expensive entertainments to them
  • TNA SP 12/106, 19. Copy of TNA SP 12/106, 18.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 20. Particulars respecting certain counterfeiters of coin to be apprehended at Dover and Canterbury
  • TNA SP 12/106, 21. Suit of Nicholas Proctor for a commission to examine witnesses, the value of some lands in Leicestershire
  • TNA SP 12/106, 22. Note, writings, landed at Sandgate Castle, in Kent, by a brother of Lord Dacre, captured at sea
  • TNA SP 12/106, 23. Note, grant to Sir Humfrey Gilberte, of the office of General Surveyor of all warlike stores, for seven years
  • TNA SP 12/106, 24. Description of furnaces for beer brewers, and pumps for raising water from mines, for 25 year licence
  • TNA SP 12/106, 25. Notes by Mr. Mershe (?) of the number of cloths shipped by the Merchants Adventurers, and of duties payable
  • TNA SP 12/106, 26. Licence to George Zolcher, to export free certain quantities of western cloths at the request of John Duke Casimir
  • TNA SP 12/106, 27. Answer of the objections against a proposed charter for the hostage of merchant strangers in London
  • TNA SP 12/106, 28. The effect of the charter granted to the City of London, concerning the hostage of merchant strangers
  • TNA SP 12/106, 29. Notes in Lord Burghley's hand, the foreign trade of England
  • TNA SP 12/106, 30. Notes for raising the Customs payable on raisins, figs, currants, prunes, and dates
  • TNA SP 12/106, 31. Note fees received by Sir Richard Southwell, as Master of the Armoury and Master of the Ordnance
  • TNA SP 12/106, 32. Propositions for the government of the Mint, to gain 2,038l. 8s. 9d. and for increment to Officers of the Mint
  • TNA SP 12/106, 33. Matters propounded by the Warden of the Mint for the benefit of Her Majesty's service in that department
  • TNA SP 12/106, 34. Abstract of grant to of the sole privilege of returning original writs within the City of London, for the 21 years
  • TNA SP 12/106, 35. Names of the Officers of Arms receiving fees since the time of King Edw. IV. including dead offices
  • TNA SP 12/106, 36. The names of all the Officers of Arms, to know which of them shall attend upon Her Highness in this progress
  • TNA SP 12/106, 37. Account of the annual fees belonging to the several Officers of Arms, with request for increase
  • TNA SP 12/106, 38. Pedigree of Gilbert Lord Talboys, descended from Raufe Fitz Oswey, who came to England with William I
  • TNA SP 12/106, 39. Grant to William Turpyn of the manor of Geddington, in Northamptonshire
  • TNA SP 12/106, 40. Memorial to Lord Burghley in behalf of William Maister, the Vicarage of Burford, Oxford
  • TNA SP 12/106, 41. Note of the money that may be saved by the purchase of powder, saltpetre, and other ordnance stores abroad
  • TNA SP 12/106, 42. Estimate of the expense of victualling 1,000 men and 1,000 horses for one month, price of provisions
  • TNA SP 12/106, 43. Note, armour and munition in sundry places over and besides the armories
  • TNA SP 12/106, 44. Reasons and answers, keeping Her Majesty's records in the Lord Mayor's Court
  • TNA SP 12/106, 45. List, sureties of Turnpenny and Killingworth, committed for hunting in Her Majesty's chase of Enfield
  • TNA SP 12/106, 46. Names of recusants discovered by the confession of Barnard and Elizabeth Johnson
  • TNA SP 12/106, 47. Petition of the inhabitants of Coxhall [Coggeshall ?], and other poor clothiers, to the Council John Hastings' patent
  • TNA SP 12/106, 48. Reasons of the clothiers of Suffolk to reformat of the statute regulating the manufacture of cloths
  • TNA SP 12/106, 49. Memorial the decay of the cloth trade in Kent, by the statute 8 Eliz. against the exportation of unwrought cloths
  • TNA SP 12/106, 50. Note of sundry subtle practices to defeat the true meaning and intent of the statute against usury
  • TNA SP 12/106, 51. Particulars of the Earl of Rutland's suit to purchase of the Queen the manor of Newark
  • TNA SP 12/106, 52. Note of yearly charges of the lands of Mr. John St. John, wardship
  • TNA SP 12/106, 53. Grant to John Bovyat of the exclusive privilege of manufacturing saltpetre and gunpowder for 21 years
  • TNA SP 12/106, 54. Note of fees paid on the coinage of tin in the stannary of Cornwall.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 55. Notes concerning the order of coinage of tin in the Counties of Cornwall and Devon.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 56. Note of rents of certain manors in Cornwall by Henry Cheverton, Chief Seneschal in the same
  • TNA SP 12/106, 57. Petition complaining of the piracy committed on the "James," by the pirates Hodges, Clarke, and Worald
  • TNA SP 12/106, 58. Rates of charges for ordnance carriages, when supplied by contract, and when made out of the Government stores
  • TNA SP 12/106, 59. Statement of the causes of the decay of the trade and shipping of Kingston-upon-Hull.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 60. Statement, of the causes of the decay of the Admiralty, and the diminution of the Judge's income of that court
  • TNA SP 12/106, 61. Certificate of the commodities brought in by the merchants of Muscovy, under the hand of Thomas Smythe
  • TNA SP 12/106, 62. Petition of Peter Morrice, for a Patent for him for hydraulic engines for the raising of water, and draining marshes
  • TNA SP 12/106, 63. Petition of Christopher Bowyer and Nicholas Danyell, for a lease in reversion of Her Majesty's toll tin, in Cornwall
  • TNA SP 12/106, 64. Petition of Barnaby Acton, the surrender of the lease of the farm of Clewar, in Berkshire
  • TNA SP 12/106, 65. An estimate of the charge for making of 1,500 jacks, plated before, for the furniture of the Queen's ships
  • TNA SP 12/106, 66. Remembrances touching the Office of the Armory
  • TNA SP 12/106, 67. Mr. Mydlemore's suit to the Queen for the nominating and appointing sheriffs and county clerks
  • TNA SP 12/106, 68. Petition, Otto de Baehere For licence to transport 1,600 cloths, for "Le Thrésor de la Noblesse,"
  • TNA SP 12/106, 69. Memorial the Earl of Leicester's suit for confirmation of the leases of Dacre lands
  • TNA SP 12/106, 70. Order for abstaining from the eating of flesh during Lent, and on the usual fasting days
  • TNA SP 12/106, 71. Note of the number of parish churches in the several dioceses of England and Wales
  • TNA SP 12/106, 72. Copy of TNA SP 12/106, 71.
  • TNA SP 12/106, 73. Articles and objections against Beakyn's pretended lease of the escheated lands of the Bishoprick of Ely
  • TNA SP 12/106, 74. Description of a newly invented engine of war, 24 bullets can be discharged from one piece at a time
  • TNA SP 12/106, 75. Notes by the inventor of the engine of war, desires a yearly pension
  • TNA SP 12/106, 76. Note performance of the engine of war, 200 engines and 3,000 bullets delivered into the Tower for service
  • TNA SP 12/106, 77. Relation of attempts to discover a passage through the Straights out of the North Sea into the South Sea


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