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July 1579, Anno 21 Eliz

Digital images of SP 12 Volume 131 are here [1]

Jul 1

  • TNA SP 12/131, 35. Augustino Dinale to PC, Prays to be relieved, being a poor debtor imprisoned at the suit of one Innocent Comy.

Jul 13

  • TNA SP 12/131, 36. Deposition of Anthony Style before Sir Fr. Walsingham, touching certain presentments taken by the commission for matters of piracy in Norfolk, remaining in the keeping of William Heydon. Bonds of the pirates Ellis and Dibden.

Jul 15

  • TNA SP 12/131, 37. Petition of Jaspar Waryne to PC, Prays to be released from the Fleet, being committed for certain matters objected against him by Lord North [Jaspar Waryne or Warren was committed to close custody in the Fleet 22 June 1579. Co. Reg.]

Jul 19

  • TNA SP 12/131, 38. Inventory of the goods and merchandize found in certain houses in the town of Aldborough, Suffolk.

Jul 23

  • TNA SP 12/131, 39. Offers made by Wm. Awcher, Anthony Seyntleger, and others, for lease of Shurland House, and the lands formerly belonging to Lord Cheyne, within the isle of Sheppey.
  • TNA SP 12/131, 40. Another copy.
  • TNA SP 12/131, 41. Certain offers to be made to Her Majesty's Council, concerning the isles of Sheppey. Conditions of a lease to be made of Shurland House, and the lands formerly belonging to Lord Cheyne.

Jul 24

  • TNA SP 12/131, 42. Bishop Davies to Burghley. Answers to the articles exhibited against him by Mr. Fabian Phillips. Ill conduct of Phillips in all public places. Incloses,
  • TNA SP 12/131, 42. i. Articles exhibited by Mr. Fabian Phillips against the Bishop of St. David's, with the Bishop's answer to the same, and copy of letter to Phillips, dated 23 July 1578.

Jul 25

  • TNA SP 12/131, 43. Henry Blower, prisoner in the Marshalsea (who accused Hardyng), to Mr. Sec. Wylson. Desires to be liberated on account of his distressed condition.

Jul 26

  • TNA SP 12/131, 44. Petition of Tho. Standley to PC, Desiring letters to assist him in the recovery of certain goods stolen from him when the ship called The Symond of Colborough, in Pomerland, was wrecked off the coast of Norfolk.
  • TNA SP 12/131, 45. Orders thought meet to be put in execution for the avoiding of such depredations as are committed by such as go to the seas under pretence to discover new trades.

Jul 27

  • TNA SP 12/131, 46. Doctor John Still to Burghley. Solicits his advice as to the election of a Divinity Lecturer in place of Dr. Chaderton. The most eligible candidates are Dr. Fulke and Dr. Barowe, the Frenchman. Thinks it might be some disgrace to the University to elect a stranger.

Jul 28

  • TNA SP 12/131, 47. Estimate of the charges for the equipment of 4 of Her Majesty's ships to be employed on the seas for two months.

July undated

  • TNA SP 12/131, 48. Mr. Carleton's memorial to the Council, for letters to be sent to the Bp. of Ely, John Payton, and others, for the scouring and banking of the river of Wisbeach. Removal of Dr. Feckenham.
  • TNA SP 12/131, 49. Account of the loans lately made by Her Majesty out of the Exchequer, as well to foreign states as to her own subjects.
  • TNA SP 12/131, 50. Petition of Annies Actton, widow, to PC, For release of her son, Barnaby Actton, a prisoner in the Marshalsea, for being in company with Tho. Appletree, when he shot off the piece upon the water, to the danger of the Queen.
  • TNA SP 12/131, 51. Tho. Appletree's petition to the Earl of Leicester. That he may be freed from his imprisonment in the Marshalsea, to which he had been committed for shooting unadvisedly, to the danger of the Queen, but for which he had received Her Majesty's pardon.
  • TNA SP 12/131, 52. Burghley (?) to. To restrain the shipment of any kind of merchandize from that or any other port to Hamburgh, by reason of the suspension of all traffic with that city, in consequence of their ill usage of the Merchant Adventurers.


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