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Undated 1580, 22 & 23 Eliz

Digital images of SP 12 Volume 145 are here [1]

  • TNA SP 12/145. A book, of the class called "Liber Pacis," containing the names of the Council in the North, and of the Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer there; of the Council in the Principality of Wales; of the Judges on the Circuits; and of the Justices of Peace in all the counties in England and Wales.

Digital images of SP 12 Volume 146 are here [2]

  • TNA SP 12/146, 1. Lord Henry Howard to the Queen, with a translation of a letter of instructions by Charles V to his son King Philip
  • TNA SP 12/146, 2. Estimate of the charges for the wages and entertainment of 600 foot and 100 horse for four months.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 3. Note of the number of men, pikes, bills, and bows, to be levied in several counties.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 4. Note of persons who have neglected to furnish the prescribed number of lances and light horse
  • TNA SP 12/146, 5. Note of five lances and light horse furnished in Cambridgeshire.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 6. Abstract of the abuses committed by the Captains in the County of Essex
  • TNA SP 12/146, 7. Names of the Captains and old soldiers who served at Newhaven and are still living.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 8. Brief of Richard Arnold's proofs that there was an entail of the lands of Sir Nich. Arnold: with Mr. Lucy's answers
  • TNA SP 12/146, 9. Tables of how all degrees in England, from the King to the yeoman, ought to proportion their expenditure
  • TNA SP 12/146, 10. Presumptions of the unsoundness of many in Balliol College in matters of religion
  • TNA SP 12/146, 11. Proclamation against pirates and sea rovers
  • TNA SP 12/146, 12. Considerations touching the right of the King of Spain to prohibit the trade of English merchants to the Indies
  • TNA SP 12/146, 13. Declaration of the foreign wares and commodities most in demand for England
  • TNA SP 12/146, 14. Deposition of Richard Ward, on words by Mr. Cator against the Lord Steward at a dinner at Twyford in Berkshire
  • TNA SP 12/146, 15. Maliverey Catilyn to Sir Fr. Walsingham, prays to be restored to his most desired favour
  • TNA SP 12/146, 16. Particular of the value of the manor of Godalming, Surrey, whereof Sir Wm. More desireth the fee farm
  • TNA SP 12/146, 17. Petition, of William Tirwhitt for liberty to go into Lincolnshire for his health, and to settle the estate of his brother
  • TNA SP 12/146, 18. List, English fugitives pensioned by the King of Spain, Thos. Goldwell Bishop of St. Asaph, Dr. Morton, and others
  • TNA SP 12/146, 19. Statement of the suit against Dr. Powell by Mr. Sheppard Subdean of Gloucester, before the Bishop of London
  • TNA SP 12/146, 20. Notes out of Harrison's Book, headed "A Treatise stirring up unto carefull desiringe . . . "
  • TNA SP 12/146, 21. Petition of the Merchants of the Staple, object to remove their Staple to the Brill in Holland
  • TNA SP 12/146, 22. Edmund Coortesse to Sir Fr. Walsingham. to defend his right to the vicarage of Cuckfield
  • TNA SP 12/146, 23. The humble requests of the merchants trading to Spain and Portugal for licence to freight ships to Spain
  • TNA SP 12/146, 24. Muster roll of the town of Grantham cum Soca, specifying the names of the freeholders
  • TNA SP 12/146, 25. Names of the lords and freeholders of Nesse, Beltisloe, and Aveland, in Lincolnshire
  • TNA SP 12/146, 26. Names of the ports and creeks where Custom-house officers are resident
  • TNA SP 12/146, 27. Order from the Queen to the officers of the Mint, limiting the coinage of certain coins of gold and silver
  • TNA SP 12/146, 28. Answer of Alexander de Cone to the articles his attendance at church, receiving Popish books etc
  • TNA SP 12/146, 29. Petition of Christopher Dethick to the Council against John Chetham, who had deprived him of his inheritance
  • TNA SP 12/146, 30. Evidence in the suit between Lady Croker and Sir Henry Lee, the leases of Hooknorton
  • TNA SP 12/146, 31. Depositions of John Brayne and Robert Milles, Mr Ashburnham's debt to Amy Wilborne
  • TNA SP 12/146, 32. Substance of the suit Sutton v Erington, touching the payment of 190l. to Wm. Gelborne in Sutton's name
  • TNA SP 12/146, 33. Note of Sutton v Erington, breaking into the house of one Merrivall, a bankrupt
  • TNA SP 12/146, 34. Alderman Pullyson to PC, the unjust complaint of Thomas Gylbert, touching the lease of Guerras' house
  • TNA SP 12/146, 35. A note of Hennage, v Seintleger the Lady Finche his wife, re property of the late Katharine Moyle, her mother
  • TNA SP 12/146, 36. Note of the benefits that Mr. Moyle Fynche received, Hennage, v Seintleger and Finch
  • TNA SP 12/146, 37. Notes, the fortifications of Milford Haven
  • TNA SP 12/146, 38. Petition of the tenants of Cowpon, co Durham, against the sale of salt, at Yarom, in Yorkshire, by the Scots
  • TNA SP 12/146, 39. Petition of Tho. Wynington, come from Moscow, disorders committed by one Northen, a merchant
  • TNA SP 12/146, 40. Petition, assignment of Sir Humfrey Gylberte's patent for the discovery and conquest of certain heathen lands
  • TNA SP 12/146, 41. Petition of Wm. Sherington to PC, His suit with Wm. Fulwood for wrongfully withholding a statute staple of 300l.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 42. Petition of Tho. Greye, of Langley, his suit with Michael Haselrige, Court of the Duchy of Lancaster
  • TNA SP 12/146, 43. Report on the suit between Haselrige and Greye
  • TNA SP 12/146, 44. Petition of Tho. Clyffe, hosier, the enlargement of Anthony Cooke, his apprentice
  • TNA SP 12/146, 45. Letter, John the Almain to Walsingham, one of his countrymen has invented a ten-shot harquebuse
  • TNA SP 12/146, 46. Petition of Henry Jolif, of Newport, for redress against the French pirates
  • TNA SP 12/146, 47. Answer of Mr. Cressye to Sir John Daver's complaint as to the sale of the manor of Eaton
  • TNA SP 12/146, 48. Petition of — Lambart for his father John Lambart, of Calton, in Yorkshire. losses in the late rebellion
  • TNA SP 12/146, 49. Answer to the questions in debate between Mr. Yorke and Mr. Allen
  • TNA SP 12/146, 50. Note of the geldings Martin Mondet, a Frenchman, has transported out of the realm during the four years last past.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 51. Petition of the Company of the Eastland Merchants to Walsingham
  • TNA SP 12/146, 52. Petition of the Company of the Eastland Merchants to PC
  • TNA SP 12/146, 53. Note, advantages if strangers were bound to ship to and from the East parts, as the English merchants are bound
  • TNA SP 12/146, 54. The answer of Martin de la Fallia to John Leake, informer, for dealings in wools
  • TNA SP 12/146, 55. Petition of Venetian merchants residing in London to unlade three ships without paying the new imposts
  • TNA SP 12/146, 56. Petition of Tho. Milwarde, of Dover, for the erection of the water mill in the stream near Dover prison
  • TNA SP 12/146, 57. Petition of Tho. Egerton, indebted to the Queen
  • TNA SP 12/146, 58. Letter, Wm. Greves to Walsingham, that the hearing of his case may be postponed
  • TNA SP 12/146, 59. Requests to the Lord Treasurer as to purveyance of wood for Her Majesty's household
  • TNA SP 12/146, 60. D. Hector's request for the reversion of Andreas de Loo's licence, to be granted to him for 10 or 12 years
  • TNA SP 12/146, 61. Note of the suit of Wm. Harbrowne, of Yarmouth, for a licence for the making of salt upon salt
  • TNA SP 12/146, 62. A paper, probably relating to an improvement in the quadrant or sextant
  • TNA SP 12/146, 63. Supplication of the town of Halsted, Essex, that the Dutchmen might be returned to Halsted
  • TNA SP 12/146, 63. 1. Petition by Pedmersh, that the Dutchmen might be returned to Halsted
  • TNA SP 12/146, 63. 2. Petition by Little Maplestead, that the Dutchmen might be returned to Halsted
  • TNA SP 12/146, 63. 3. Petition by Yeldham, that the Dutchmen might be returned to Halsted
  • TNA SP 12/146, 63. 4. Petition by Colne Engayne, that the Dutchmen might be returned to Halsted
  • TNA SP 12/146, 63. 5. Petition by Great Maplestead, that the Dutchmen might be returned to Halsted
  • TNA SP 12/146, 63. 6. Petition by Gosfeld, that the Dutchmen might be returned to Halsted
  • TNA SP 12/146, 63. 7. Petition by Hedingham Sybell, that the Dutchmen might be returned to Halsted
  • TNA SP 12/146, 63. 8. Petition by Castle Hedingham, that the Dutchmen might be returned to Halsted
  • TNA SP 12/146, 64. Proposition for the confirmation and better ordering of lands held by Deans and Chapters.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 65. Articles against Edw. Bowghton, Warwickshire, a favourer of notorious Papists
  • TNA SP 12/146, 66. Petition of Mons. Coedor, losses sustained by him from English pirates
  • TNA SP 12/146, 67. List of eight ships and two barks half manned; and estimate of the charges for victuals and wages.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 68. Similar estimate for seven of the above ships and the two barks.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 69. Estimate of several rates for victualling for 6,000, 8,000, or 10,000 men for 14 days.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 70. Names of Captains to serve on the seas.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 71. Articles concerning Her Majesty's imposts and customs
  • TNA SP 12/146, 72. Project for improving the customs and preventing the deceits of officers
  • TNA SP 12/146, 73. Declaration of certain merchants who have traded to Portugal
  • TNA SP 12/146, 74. Answer of the merchants trading to Amsterdam in Holland, to the allegations of irregular trading
  • TNA SP 12/146, 75. Petition of the Aldermen and Company of Merchants of the Stillyard to be relieved of the new imposts
  • TNA SP 12/146, 76. Reasons by the Company of Merchant Adventurers against admission of any Merchant of the Staple
  • TNA SP 12/146, 77. Reasons by Mr. Simon Bowyer to the Merchants of the Staple, as to frauds and irregular dealings by broggers
  • TNA SP 12/146, 78. Answer of Drs. William Fulke and John Still to certain Catholic propositions
  • TNA SP 12/146, 79. Orders for the better increase of learning in the inferior ministers
  • TNA SP 12/146, 80. Memorandum of the numbers of men had out of certain shires to sundry places at several times.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 81. Letter, Signor Pompeo Loiani to Burghley, for establishing a Bank of Augmentation
  • TNA SP 12/146, 81. 1. Propositions for establishing a Bank of Augmentation
  • TNA SP 12/146, 82. Note of depositions against Dr. Tho. Powell, adultery, drunkenness, and many other crimes in Gloucestershire
  • TNA SP 12/146, 83. Request of the Merchant Adventurers that no unfair advantage shall be taken of them by the clothworkers
  • TNA SP 12/146, 84. Declaration of the Mayor of Orford, with respect to the charges against Mr. Agas their minister
  • TNA SP 12/146, 85. Deposition by James Coo concerning the demand of Mr. Agas for tythes, which Coo and others do not deny
  • TNA SP 12/146, 86. Reasons why there should be no malt carried in boats or barges to London by the river Lea
  • TNA SP 12/146, 87. [ ] to Secretary Wylson. In favour of certain Merchants of the Stillyard, who had been robbed near Margate
  • TNA SP 12/146, 88. Note of the supply of ordnance for the town of Aldborough, in the County of Suffolk
  • TNA SP 12/146, 89. Note signed by Wm. Pelham and Anthony Smyth on the Manor of Barrowe. 300l. is required for repair of the jetties
  • TNA SP 12/146, 90. Note of the Manor of Hazelber Bryan, Dorset
  • TNA SP 12/146, 91. A note of the lands belonging to John Sacheverell, Esq., in the County of Derby; the Manor of Buxstone
  • TNA SP 12/146, 92. Notes and directions relating to the Mint, and the Standard of Coinage
  • TNA SP 12/146, 93. Warrant to Abraham Jacob. Remitting the impost on certain wines for private use of some person of quality
  • TNA SP 12/146, 94. Orders by the Queen for better service in the Office of Ordnance
  • TNA SP 12/146, 95. Letters of denization for Peter Beard, born in the Low Countries.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 96. Note, ownership of the Lordship of Tekencote
  • TNA SP 12/146, 97. Propositions by Gawen Smith, for the erection of a beacon on the Goodwin Sands
  • TNA SP 12/146, 98. Comparative statement of the values of gold and silver and foreign coin
  • TNA SP 12/146, 99. A memorial for Mr. Eely, a licenciate, to tell Hughe Lygon that his brother Rafe liked well of his doings in his affairs
  • TNA SP 12/146, 100. Tho. Heath to his father Mr. Tho. Heath, dwelling in the Parsonage of Fulham, to be placed with another tutor
  • TNA SP 12/146, 101. Articles against the servant of Mr. Greene, he should have come to his examination before Dr. Hamon
  • TNA SP 12/146, 102. Information by Anthony Gibon of two Englishmen from Boulogne, landed at Purfleet, having a cross of gold
  • TNA SP 12/146, 103. Depositions by John Treman, Parson of Binfeld, libellous speeches uttered by Mr. Drewe's servant
  • TNA SP 12/146, 104. Information against Richard Woodhouse, Edw. Wells, and John Cannonden, breaking the peace
  • TNA SP 12/146, 105. Answer to the preceding articles objected against Cannonden and Woodhouse.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 106. Petition against Alderman Branche, of London, and corrupt dealing of the Master of Requests
  • TNA SP 12/146, 107. Petition of John Blagrave for letters patent for improved kilns and furnaces, and a new crushing mill
  • TNA SP 12/146, 108. Petition of Wm. Charnell, Leicestershire, he horses at his charges at the Blue Bell in Holborn may be discharged
  • TNA SP 12/146, 109. Petition of Thos. Wilford to inclose a small piece of common in Yateley, Berks
  • TNA SP 12/146, 110. Petition of Stephen Davys for recompense for losses in Dieppe and at sea, by the French
  • TNA SP 12/146, 111. Note to some Lord. that he had divers times been at the writer's house in Covent Garden
  • TNA SP 12/146, 112. Letter, Brute Babington, of Cambridge, to Burghley, for protection in his the living of Thurcaston, Leicester
  • TNA SP 12/146, 113. Petition of Richard Casye, committed to Newgate upon the unjust complaint of Mr. Benedict Spinola
  • TNA SP 12/146, 114. Supplication to Catholics to support the religious of the order of St. Byrgitt now in great distress at Rouen
  • TNA SP 12/146, 115. Petition of John Benbrick, of Rye, prisoner in the Marshalsea, being a very poor man and having no friends
  • TNA SP 12/146, 116. Petition of Philip Jones that liberty be granted to the Flemings to transport pelts out of England
  • TNA SP 12/146, 117. Suit of Francis Fortescue, for a licence of alienation and sale of manors granted by King Henry VIII
  • TNA SP 12/146, 118. Petition of John Rothermaker, factor for Giles Hosteman, the wreck of the Angel Gabriel, of Antwerp
  • TNA SP 12/146, 119. Petition of John Bradford, of Exeter, against Andrew Hill, condemned to death for highway robbery, fraud
  • TNA SP 12/146, 120. Petition of Richard Lowther for the lease of lands in Westmoreland, promised to them by the Earl of Leicester
  • TNA SP 12/146, 121. Licence to Wm. Sanderson, minister of King's Lynn, and vicar of Terrington, of non-residence
  • TNA SP 12/146, 122. Petition of Anne Alen for a free pardon for her husband, Marten Alen
  • TNA SP 12/146, 123. For Tho. Wallker, a merchant, to open a secret communication with Rouen
  • TNA SP 12/146, 124. Reasons to prove that the grant of the suit for the return of original writs will not be prejudicial to the subject
  • TNA SP 12/146, 125. Opinion on the right of strangers to partake of bankrupts' goods rateably with English creditors.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 126. Opinions of certain Doctors of the Civil Law for the custody and education of the legatees in their non-age
  • TNA SP 12/146, 127. Calculations of the difference between wine and ale measures.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 128. Reasons for the confirmation of the Cathedral Churches erected by Henry VIII
  • TNA SP 12/146, 129. Names of Papists, informed of by Alex. Stringer, who are about to return into England from France
  • TNA SP 12/146, 130. Note of persons suspected in religion in the North parts
  • TNA SP 12/146, 131. Note of inconveniences of a commission for exercise of the Archbishop of Canterbury's jurisdiction in Audience
  • TNA SP 12/146, 132. Petition of Jane Gouldwyar, a prisoner in the Clink for conscience sake, having five small children
  • TNA SP 12/146, 133. Orders agreed on with the Master of the Posts, for conveyance of packets and letters into France or Flanders
  • TNA SP 12/146, 134. Resolutions by the parishioners of Christ's Church, London, including daily lectures
  • TNA SP 12/146, 135. Plan for the improvement of part of Cambridge, in the High Street, opposite St. Mary's Church.
  • TNA SP 12/146, 136. Order, Christ's College, Cambridge, shall maintain one Fellow and three Scholars beyond the foundation number
  • TNA SP 12/146, 137. List, persons having their sons beyond sea, in foreign seminaries; also of such as are receivers of Papists


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