SP 1578 October

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October 1578, Anno 20 Eliz

Digital images of SP 12 Volume 126 here [1]

Oct 1

  • TNA SP 12/126, 1. Sec. Wilson to Burghley, court and foreign news

Oct 7

  • TNA SP 12/126, 2. List of all the knights, esquires, gentlemen, and freeholders, within Cheshire [ musters ? ]

Oct 9

  • TNA SP 12/126, 3. PC to Sir Philip Parker, et al, to inquire into the controversy between the Bishop of Norwich and Dr. Becon

Oct 11

  • TNA SP 12/126, 4. Countess of Bedford to Burghley, recommends that Mr. Woolton, be appointed Bishop of Exeter

Oct 12

  • TNA SP 12/126, 5. Burghley to Walsingham, continues in ill-health, the Queen's debts in Ireland are greater than he expected
  • TNA SP 12/126, 6. Bishop of Norwich to PC, against Dr. Becon
  • TNA SP 12/126, 7. PC to Burghley, for the papers against John Prestall might be sent to them

Oct 13

  • TNA SP 12/126, 8. Winter and Holstok to Walsingham, expenses of the ship, taking Walsingham and Cobham to Netherlands

Oct 14

  • TNA SP 12/126, 9. Walsingham to Burghley, court news

Oct 15

  • TNA SP 12/126, 10. Earl of Leicester to Burghley, the Queen has been ill with a pain in her cheek, other court news

Oct 18

  • TNA SP 12/126, 11. Sec. Wilson to Burghley, advertisements out of the Low Countries

Oct 21

  • TNA SP 12/126, 12. Knollys to Burghley, desires to know when he may send for the bond of the Earl of Kildare
  • TNA SP 12/126, 13. Grant of licence to transport hides, goat skins not useful to be kept in store, on payment of the customs

Oct 24

  • TNA SP 12/126, 14. Bishop of Norwich to PC, protest against the commission for restoration of Dr. Becon

Oct 25

  • TNA SP 12/126, 15. Burghley to Walsingham, affairs of the Low Countries
  • TNA SP 12/126, 16. George Puttenham to PC, shameless conduct of Lady Windsor, and others
  • TNA SP 12/126, 17. George Puttenham to Sir John Throkmarton. ill-treatment and violence from all the Paulet family
  • TNA SP 12/126, 18. George Puttenham, ill-treatment and violence from all the Paulet family

Oct 29

  • TNA SP 12/126, 19. Bishop of Norwich to PC, hard dealing of the Commissioners towards him, re Dr.Becon
  • TNA SP 12/126, 20. PC to Mr. Michael Lok, collect 6,000l. from the adventurers to pay the crews, Frobisher voyage
  • TNA SP 12/126, 21. PC to Lord Mayor and Sir Wm. Cordell, to aid Mr. Lok in paying the crews, Frobisher voyage
  • TNA SP 12/126, 22. PC to Commissioners, to make an account of Furbisher's voyage, and take charge of all charts, stores, &c.

October undated

  • TNA SP 12/126, 23. Articles Bishop of Norwich against Dr. Becon
  • TNA SP 12/126, 24. Observations on the privileges claimed by the Eastland merchants
  • TNA SP 12/126, 25. Discourse on the liberties formerly granted to the English merchants trading to the Hanse towns
  • TNA SP 12/126, 26. Discourse of the trade of the Merchants Adventurers of the Dutch Guild called the Hanse
  • TNA SP 12/126, 27. Articles exhibited by the Merchants Adventurers respecting the trade of the merchants of the Hanse towns
  • TNA SP 12/126, 28. The privileges granted to English merchants by the town of Hamburgh, above those enjoyed by other strangers
  • TNA SP 12/126, 29. Orders to be observed in the establishing of marts within this realm
  • TNA SP 12/126, 30. Note of the advantages of marts and staples of cloth to be kept in England
  • TNA SP 12/126, 31. Answer to objections to the establishment of marts and staples of cloth to be kept in England
  • TNA SP 12/126, 32. Brief account of the expenses and of the sums paid for the second and third voyages of Capt. Furbisher.
  • TNA SP 12/126, 33. Petition of Thomas Bonham, for some allowance in consideration of his losses in Captain Furbisher's voyage
  • TNA SP 12/126, 34. Account of the stock of the adventurers in Captain Furbisher's voyages to the North-west
  • TNA SP 12/126, 35. Answer to Mr. Lok's request for 1200l.
  • TNA SP 12/126, 36. Names of certain of the adventurers in Captain Furbisher's voyages to the North-west.
  • TNA SP 12/126, 37. Petition of the Bakers of London complaint of the assize of bread by the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of London
  • TNA SP 12/126, 38. Petition of Margaret Shawe, for the deliverance of her poor husband, detained prisoner in Spain
  • TNA SP 12/126, 39. Petition of Henry Everard, prisoner at Bury in Suffolk, for religion, to PC, to be set at liberty


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