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Undated 1578, 20 & 21 Eliz

Digital images of SP 12 Volume 127 are here [1]
Digital images of SP 12 Volume 128 are here [2]

  • TNA SP 12/127, 37. Proposition, fines for providing armour and horse, and for regulating apparel, to go to the repair of Dover haven
  • TNA SP 12/127, 38. Account of the charges of the Queen's stables in the 20th year of her reign
  • TNA SP 12/127, 39. Note work needed on the Queen's stables at Greenwich, Reading, St. Albans, Sheene, and Chertsey
  • TNA SP 12/127, 40. A declaration of the disorders and outrages committed by Tho. Chaderton and some of his relations
  • TNA SP 12/127, 41. Note of the yearly value of the manor of Barn Elms, in Surrey, according to Mr. Ferrer's own note
  • TNA SP 12/127, 42. Information of masses said at Winchester, at the house used by "my Ladye West."
  • TNA SP 12/127, 43. List of ships belonging to the ports of Lynn and Yarmouth
  • TNA SP 12/127, 44. Extracts from the statutes of a certain college
  • TNA SP 12/127, 45. Composition of certain towns in Kent for the provisions to be supplied for the Royal Household, purveyance
  • TNA SP 12/127, 46. Composition of various shires for provisions for the Household, purveyance
  • TNA SP 12/127, 47. Note of deceits in the collection of fines and amerciaments in every county, and the remedy thereof
  • TNA SP 12/127, 48. Reasons for grant for 21 years of all the county clerks offices in England and Wales
  • TNA SP 12/127, 49. Heads for a declaration respecting the dangers that threaten the kingdom
  • TNA SP 12/127, 50. Edward Knyght to Burghley for a waiter's place in the customs in the port of London
  • TNA SP 12/127, 51. Note of business to be performed.
  • TNA SP 12/127, 52. Grant by the Queen, to Wm. le Grys of the office of Clerk of the Stable
  • TNA SP 12/127, 53. Anonymous petition. Desiring the furthering of certain suits to Her Majesty; one, the sole licence of importing paper
  • TNA SP 12/127, 54. Petition of John Calvetoe, his goods taken in a Spanish ship by Capt. Denny
  • TNA SP 12/127, 55. Petition of Henry Marr,against Mr. Middleton
  • TNA SP 12/127, 56. Petition of Barnard Grave, of St. Malos, his ship and goods having been taken by the English pirate Johnaman
  • TNA SP 12/127, 57. Petition of Sir Thomas Golding for a patent for his invention for draining of marshes
  • TNA SP 12/127, 58. Petition of Richard Owen of Glasewryn, in Carnarvonshire unlawfully spoiled of his lands and living
  • TNA SP 12/127, 59. Petition of John Mynge, that Robert Browne, the messenger, extorted money from the Mayor of New Romney
  • TNA SP 12/127, 60. Petition of Roger Clark to be admitted to the Company of Merchants trading to Spain and Portugal
  • TNA SP 12/127, 61. Petition of John Hippesley and Charles Dudley, for restoration of a sequestered lead mine, Mendippe, Somerset
  • TNA SP 12/127, 62. Petition for a licence to restrain the exportation of certain kinds of fish, Devon and Cornwall
  • TNA SP 12/127, 63. Petition of the master shipwrights of the Queen's ships for incorporation
  • TNA SP 12/127, 64. Petition of Nicholas Petite, in the suit of William de Molins, factor for Nicholas de la Hawe
  • TNA SP 12/127, 65. Petition of the inhabitants of Grantham, against the taking up of horses to ride post
  • TNA SP 12/127, 66. Petition of George Cottell, had served Mr. Wilkes and Mr. Clarke, sues for assistance
  • TNA SP 12/127, 67. Petition of the prisoners in the King's Bench to PC, for subscriptions for their relief
  • TNA SP 12/127, 68. Petition of the Company of Brewers of London, their coal burning at westminster has been annoying the Queen
  • TNA SP 12/127, 69. Petition of William Souche (sub-almoner to the Queen) parsonage of Spetsbury, in Dorsetshire
  • TNA SP 12/127, 70. The suit of the town of Colchester in Essex for their school
  • TNA SP 12/127, 71. Petition of Joseph Simonelli to restrain Thomas Briskett from vexatious proceedings at law against him
  • TNA SP 12/127, 72. List of the eight hoys and their tonnage from several ports in Essex and Suffolk
  • TNA SP 12/127, 73. List of the merchants trading to the East Countries, with their rate of taxation to each
  • TNA SP 12/127, 74. Robert Purtton (servant of Sir Tho. Lucy) to Sir Fr. Walsingham, to be released out of prison
  • TNA SP 12/127, 75. Note of divers sums of money imposed upon the officers of the ordnance by information
  • TNA SP 12/127, 76. Request by Commissioners for usury and concealments against the Queen's Majesty.
  • TNA SP 12/127, 77. Mr. Wiklif and Mr. Homfrey to Walsingham (?). Objections and Answers, plan for coinage of small monies
  • TNA SP 12/127, 78. A paper relative to the rate of coinage at the Mint
  • TNA SP 12/127, 79. Reasons for repeal of a clease of the Act 1 Eliz., cap. 11, custome entries
  • TNA SP 12/127, 80. Note of the rate of custom payable by the Merchants Strangers.
  • TNA SP 12/127, 81. Note of matters wherewith the strangers of the Dutch and French congregations in the city of Norwich are charged.
  • TNA SP 12/127, 82. Note, Sir James Croft' debts, petitions to be made by the Lady Croft
  • TNA SP 12/127, 83. Note, victuals for 100 men for five months, containing 140 days, with an estimate of the charge thereof
  • TNA SP 12/127, 84. Note of pays allowed by the Earl of Sussex over and above the ordinary names of the prisoners in the pay books
  • TNA SP 12/127, 85. An anonymous letter, of family news
  • TNA SP 12/127, 86. Notes, Bushie v Sir Edmund Brudnell, that the latter abused Sir Walter Mildmay
  • TNA SP 12/127, 87. List of the ancient lords and nobility of England, with description of their arms
  • TNA SP 12/127, 88. Causes, the Merchant Adventurers privileges at Embden and Hamburg
  • TNA SP 12/127, 89. List, non-resident landowners in Cheshire, list of Her Majesty's wards

Undated 1578, 20 & 21 Eliz

Digital images of SP 12 Volume 128 are here [3]

An volume relating to the Cinque Ports, purporting to be written in the year 1578. Containing:—

  • TNA SP 12/128, 1. The inspeximus Charter of King Edward VI for Cinque Ports, dated 1548, reciting the Charters from 1278
  • TNA SP 12/128, 2. Clause of The Charter of 1278 to show it had foreign bough and sold before London
  • TNA SP 12/128, 3. The Custumall of Rye, a collection of by-laws
  • TNA SP 12/128, 4. Complaints of the Barons of the Cinque Ports against the factious dealing of Yarmouth, tempo Edward III
  • TNA SP 12/128, 5. The privileges of the Barons of the Cinque Ports in the Fair of Yarmouth, tempo Edward III


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