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Undated 1579, 21 & 22 Eliz

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  • TNA SP 12/133, 18. Matters for consideration by the Privy Council, relative to the Lieutenancies of the Earl of Pembroke, in the Marches of Wales.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 19. Names of the Deputy Lieutenants for all the counties in the Marches in Wales and the four Marcher shires.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 20. Another copy of the above.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 21. Estimate of the advantages to Her Majesty by establishing a pre-emption in tin. Plan for perfecting the same.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 22. Note of the losses sustained by the merchants of Chester from shipwreck, and from depredations committed by the French since the year 1570.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 23. Notes in Sir Fr. Walsingham's hand, being considerations on the state of affairs in England. [Probably about the time of the projected marriage with the Duke of Anjou.]
  • TNA SP 12/133, 24. Advice for the better establishment of the English trade at St. Jean de Luz and Bayonne.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 25. Considerations touching the title of Henry, late Earl of Arundel, to certain lands made over by him for the payment of the Florentine debt to Her Majesty, and of the conveyance of the manor and castle of Arundel to (Philip) the now Earl of Arundel.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 26. State of the Earl of Arundel's lands at the time of his death, and the requests made by Lord Lumley to Her Majesty respecting the same.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 27. Account of gunners in ordinary and pension, serving, in towns, castles, bulwarks, &c., within the Counties of Kent, Sussex, Southampton, and the Isle of Wight, with the names of commanders of the respective forts, &c.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 28. Device for levying a toll of the merchants of the Hanse Towns on passing the Narrow Seas, entitled "A brydell for the Hanse Townes if they bend themselves rather to will then reason."
  • TNA SP 12/133, 29. Petition of George Eyre to Sir Fr. Walsingham. For renewal and extension of his lease of the herbage of Crokehill, within the lordship of High Peak, co. Derby.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 30. Petition of six poor men of the Queen's kitchen to same. Requesting him to consult with Dr. Dale as to their former suit to Her Majesty.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 31. A note of certain statutes against false suggestors.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 32. Names of recusants in certain Hundreds in Essex.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 33. Directions for search and examination of certain Romish priests, particularly as to Thomas Owen and one Killingbeck. [Indorsed, "A note of certain names and places."]
  • TNA SP 12/133, 34. Note of the charges for certain naval and ordnance stores for Portsmouth.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 35. Note of the rate of custom and duties payable by English ships passing the Sound.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 36. List of the gentlemen in the County of Warwick charged with furnishing of demi-lances and light horse.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 37. Names of Captains. [Probably for foreign service.]
  • TNA SP 12/133, 38. A proportion of victuals for 4,000 men at sea for six weeks.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 39. Petition of John Craven, butler of the Star Chamber, to Walsingham. Solicits him to take order with Mr. William Dodington, for the payment of 40l. remaining due to him by Mr. Dodington, on his surrender of a parcel of the manor of Sturminster, co. Dorset.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 40. Petition of John Pelham, ancient tenant of the lands of Sawcemers and Pomfrets, co. Essex, to PC, Prays for protection against Nicholas and John Thurgood, who lawlessly and by force endeavour to expel him and his family from their house and lands.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 41. Petition of Toby Colcloughe to Walsingham. Complains of his long and unjust imprisonment by the Lady Harper, whose son he had taught and brought up.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 42. Petition of Peter Tunell, ordinary post for France, to Sir Fr. Walsingham. Against his unjust imprisonment by Martin Corbet, on account of the dispute with John le Roy at Paris. Desires that order may be taken with M. Corbet.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 43. Petition of John Osbaston and Tho. Predy to PC, Complain of the extreme dealing of George Whitton, of Woodstock, in taking unfair advantage of their bonds for money borrowed of him. Articles of their suit against Mr. Whitton.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 44. Petition of Ric. Renoldes, parson of Stapelford, Essex, and Francis Bushe, constable, to same. Desire to be released from the Marshalsea, having been committed for the hurt done to one Morrice, sent to serve process upon Mr. Renoldes.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 45. Notes by Walsingham on "The order of proceeding to be held for the answering the Jesuits' and other Popish books."
  • TNA SP 12/133, 46. Copy of the above.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 47. An estimate of the charges of setting forth four ships of 200 tons each.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 48. Note of the conveyance of the manor of Send to Sir Wm. Sherington; the subsequent sale of the manor, and claim made to it by Henry Sherington. [Indorsed, "Arth. Halles."]
  • TNA SP 12/133, 49. Petition of the inhabitants of Low Furnes, Lancashire, to Walsingham. To be a means to Her Majesty to have a grammar school founded at Urswicke in Furnes.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 50. Petition of Jehan Hacoul, factor for Jehan Pepin, of St. Malo, to the Queen and Council. Touching a ship named Le Volant, of St. Malo, laden with salt, and which was stayed at Bristol. French.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 51. Petition of John Ball and others, of Bristol, to PC, Pray they may not be compelled to redeliver the ship Le Volant, of St. Malo, nor to make restitution of her cargo of salt; and that the French should pay for the repairs. Inclosing,
  • TNA SP 12/133, 51. i. A bill of the charges disbursed upon the ship Le Volant.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 52. Memoranda in Burghley's hand, of rates for footmen and horsemen, wages, victuals, &c.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 53. Information against certain Papists in Shropshire and Hertfordshire.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 54. Petition of the Mayor, Jurats, and whole Commonalty of the town and port of Dover, to PC, Setting forth the great rain and decay of their harbour, and soliciting an aid to their funds by a grant of the rates set upon alehouses and taverns, and also for a licence to fetch from the Newfoundland 200 or 300 tons of the ore discovered in the voyages of Capt. Furbisher.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 55. Confession of Leonard Romsye, having been some time under the tuition of John Borne, glover, member of the family of Love: delivered to Thomas Barwicke, minister.
  • TNA SP 12/133, 56. The answers of the cloth workers of London and Ipswich to such reasons as are preferred by the Merchants Adventurers, for repeal of certain branches of the statute of 8° Eliz. touching cloth workers.

Undated 1579, 21 & 22 Eliz

Digital images of SP 12 Volume 134 are here [3]

  • TNA SP 12/134. A volume of entries of instructions relating to Ambassadors, Admirals, Ireland, Borders, Scotland, Musters, &c., from Henry VIII. to the close of the year 1579,— the remanant of a larger volume formerly containing some originals and detached pieces, all of which have been taken out and placed in their proper series, leaving only those that could not be separated. The original indexes to the whole are retained.

Undated 1579, 21 & 22 Eliz

Digital images of SP 12 Volume 135 are here [

  • TNA SP 12/135. A volume, in its original binding, relating to pirates and piracies; abstracts of proceedings against the receivers and aiders of pirates, in all the maritime shires of England and Wales; list of ports, creeks, and havens; names of commissioners in the various counties for trial of piracies, &c., during the years 1577, 1578, and 1579.


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