SP 1579 June
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June 1579, Anno 21 Eliz
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- TNA SP 12/131, 21. Archbishop Sandys to Walsingham. Desires him to move Her Majesty for the stay of the course which the Bishop of London intends against him for dilapidations. Solicits him to arbitrate in the matter.
- TNA SP 12/131, 22. Extract of the several papers concerning the case of dilapidations in controversy between the Archbp. of York and the Bp. of London.
- TNA SP 12/131, 23. John Darell (son-in-law to the late Bp. of Winchester) to Burghley. Desires that the process for recovery of the late Bishop's debts may be stayed, and that some convenient time should be appointed for payment of the same. [Le Neve's Fasti, on the authority of the epitaph printed by Godwin, states Bishop Horn to have died on the 1st of June 1580.]
- TNA SP 12/131, 24. The Council to a Messenger of the Chamber. Warrant to bring up in custody all such as refuse to conform to the orders established for regulation of the company of merchants trading to Spain and Portugal.
- TNA SP 12/131, 25. Examination of Tho. Asheleye, taken before Eustace Clovill, Esq., Justice of the Peace in Essex, touching certain evidences conveyed away by Mrs. Field from Dr. Atslowe's house, after his apprehension.
- TNA SP 12/131, 26. Henry Bowyer to his brother Simon Bowyer. Has been unjustly charged by Coortesse, vicar of Cuckfield, in the case of Mercy Gold. The matter touching his wife is untrue and odious. Particulars of the whole case. Incloses,
- TNA SP 12/131, 26. i. Copy of the certificate returned by the jury of women who examined Mercy Gold, for concealing the birth of a bastard child.
- TNA SP 12/131, 27. Tho. Might to the Earl of Sussex, Lord Chamberlain. Beseeches him for the love of God to speak to Walsingham to move Her Majesty for an end to his long suit.
- TNA SP 12/131, 28. Consideration of the second and third articles of the decree of Council respecting the trade of the Merchants of the Stillyard, and of the Merchants Adventurers, during the suspension of commercial intercourse with Hamburgh.
Jun 23 Exemplification of a decree of court revoking the grant of a market and fair for the town of Sittingbourne, being prejudicial to the market and fair held in the town and hundred of Middleton alias Milton, co. Kent. [Case C., Eliz. No. 7.]
- TNA SP 12/131, 29. The Wardens, &c. of the Bakers' Comp. of London to Burghley. Certify that 80 quarters of wheat belonging to Mr. John Byrde were unfit to be uttered within the City.
- TNA SP 12/131, 30. Points for the consideration of Sir John Throkmarton on behalf of Geo. Putenham, with a view to a final settlement of the controversy with Lady Windsor; with Throkmarton's answers and observations in the margin.
- TNA SP 12/131, 31. Further note of petitions to be urged by Throkmarton on Putenham's behalf, when all the former points have been urged.
- TNA SP 12/131, 32. Points drawn up by Geo. Putenham for the private consideration and guidance of Sir John Throkmarton, in his appearance before the Council, for the settlement of the disputes between Putenham and Lady Windsor, his wife.
- TNA SP 12/131, 33. Vehement presumptions, taken out of the examinations, concerning the murdering of Richard Mellershe and his son Tho. Mellershe. [New examinations of persons suspected of murdering the Mellershes were ordered to be taken 11 June 1579. Co. Reg.]
- TNA SP 12/131, 34. Petition of Katherine Hopkinson to Sir Fr. Walsingham. Praying for licence for return of her husband, John Hopkinson, a reader of the Hebrew, Chaldee, Syriac, and Greek languages, who had been induced by papists and seminaries to go abroad without licence. Annexed,
- TNA SP 12/131, 34. i. Certificate, signed by Lancelot Andrewes and several others, in favour of Hopkinson, who had dwelled in Grub Street, St. Giles's, quietly and cirilly.