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*it <U>was</U> so *it <U>was</U> so
-TNA SP 12/1, 31 +Elizabethan State Papers.
-[f.66] +Digital pics of SP12 Volume 1 are not yet on AALT but can still be found on the Hull University web site [http://www.sp12.hull.ac.uk/]
-xij<SUP>mo</SUP> die Decembris 1558 +'''November 1558, Anno 1 Eliz'''
 +*Privy Council Meetings 20th - 22nd Hatfield, 24th - 28th Charterhouse London, 30th the Tower.
-Saltepetre - Cl<SUP>M</SUP> weight conteyned in the boke of provisions rated at iiij<SUP>li</SUP> iij<SUP>s</SUP> iiij<SUP>d</SUP> the C<SUP>th</SUP> amounteth . . vj<SUP>M</SUP> CCl<SUP>li</SUP> +'''Nov 17'''
 +*TNA SP12/1, 1. Proclamation, accession of Queen Elizabeth. Transcribed [[TNA SP12/1, 1]]
 +*TNA SP12/1, 2. Memorandum, Cecil
 +*TNA SP12/1, 5. Letter, Dr John Boxoll to Cecil
-The price demaunded by Dominico [Erigo] and Mark Anthony at x<SUP>d</SUP> the pounde viz +'''Nov 18'''
-iiij<SUP>li</SUP> xiij<SUP>s</SUP> iiij<SUP>d</SUP> the C<SUP>th</SUP> amounteth . . vij<SUP>M li</SUP> +*TNA SP12/1, 3. Memorandum, Cecil
-which excedeth our price in every C<SUP>th</SUP> x<SUP>s</SUP> and in the hole vij<SUP>C</SUP>l<SUP>li</SUP>+*TNA SP12/1, 4. Letter, Nicholas Throckmorton to the Queen. Transcribed [[TNA SP12/1, 4]]
-Saltpetre - C<SUP>M</SUP> weight at iiij<SUP>li</SUP> iij<SUP>s</SUP> iiij<SUP>d</SUP> the C<SUP>th</SUP> iiij<SUP>M</SUP>lxvj<SUP>li</SUP> xiij<SUP>s</SUP> iiij<SUP>d</SUP> +'''Nov 19'''
 +*TNA SP12/1, 6. Letter, Aloisius Priuli to the Queen. Transcribed [[TNA SP12/1, 6]]
 +*TNA SP12/1, 10, 1. Inventory, Cardinal Pole, stables. Transcribed [[TNA SP12/1, 10, 1]]
 +*TNA SP12/1, 10, 2. Inventory, Cardinal Pole, bedding and moveables. Transcribed [[TNA SP12/1, 10, 2]]
 +*TNA SP12/1, 10, 3. Inventory, Cardinal Pole, wardrobe. Transcribed [[TNA SP12/1, 10, 3]]
-Serpentine powder - l lastes at iiij<SUP>xx li</SUP> the last- iiij<SUP>M li</SUP> amountinge in money . . viij<SUP>M</SUP>Clxvj<SUP>li</SUP> xiij<SUP>s</SUP> iiij<SUP>d</SUP> in the hole which excedeth the some of viij<SUP>M li</SUP> as above +'''Nov 20'''
 +*TNA SP12/1, 9. Letter, Sir John Masone to Cecil
 +*APC 1558-70 p3. Letter, PC to the Earl of Northumberland, Borders, no minute.
 +*APC 1558-70 p4. Letters, PC to Dr Haddon and John Norrys, to attend the Queen
-And yet wanteth of our proporcion remembrid in the boke of Forran provisions Viz +'''Nov 21'''
 +*TNA SP12/1, 10. Letter, Earl of Rutland to the Queen. Transcribed [[TNA SP12/1, 10]]
 +*APC 1558-70 p.4 Letter, PC to the Lords in London, Sir Ralph Sadler.
 +*APC 1558-70 p.4 Letter, PC to the Lords in London, proclamation, crimes committed expecting coronation pardon.
 +*APC 1558-70 p.4 Letter, PC to Lord Ever, to continue fortifying Berwick.
 +*APC 1558-70 p.4 Letter, PC to Lords Winchester, Shrewsbury and Derby, list of lords to attend the Queen
 +*APC 1558-70 p.4 Letter, PC to Viceadmiral Malyn. Narrow Seas. Commissioners and Calais
 +*APC 1558-70 p4. Letter, PC to Winchester, Queen Mary’s funeral, mourners may be compelled.
-Saltepetre - l<SUP>M</SUP> weight Corne powder - xxx lastes and Serpentine powdre - x lastes amountinge in money . . v<SUP>M</SUP>viij<SUP>C</SUP>iiij<SUP>xx</SUP>iij<SUP>li</SUP> vj<SUP>s</SUP> viij<SUP>d</SUP> +'''Nov 22'''
 +*APC 1558-70 p5. Letter, PC to Sir John Pason, to interrogate Kele and Prestall
 +*APC 1558-70 p.5 Letter, PC to Earl of Rutland to arrest the late Cardinal Pole’s comptroller.
-M’d the hole proporcion remembred in the said boke of Provision is right meane as we thincke to serve her majestes navie and other places of the Realme wherin Ireland is emonge other to be specially remembred and also a good store to be left in the Tower wherwith at all tymes to defend her majestes roiall person and all other eventes as Invasions, tumultes yf any shulde chaunce as god defende and other accidents as decaies or losses upon the sea or lande by battell or otherwise. All which thinges it maie please her majestie with thadvise of thonorable Councell to considder and foresee/ For better it is to have then wantinge to wishe /+'''Nov 24'''
 +*APC 1558-70 p.5 Order, to the Lord Admiral, fishermen and coastal shipping allowed to sail. Convoy for Berwick supplies.
 +*APC 1558-70 p.6 Letter, PC to Sir Leonard Chamberlain, repatriation of soldiers from Gurnsey
 +*APC 1558-70 p.6 Letter, PC to Lord Paulett, repatriation of soldiers, Portsmouth
 +*APC 1558-70 p.6 Letter, PC to Sir Thomas Caurden, the Tower, to make ready for the Queen and orders for prisoners
 +*APC 1558-70 p.6 Letter, PC to the Warden of the Fleet prison, to release William Harbert
 +*APC 1558-70 p.6 Letter, PC to John Marsh to examine John Thirkle tailor for conjuring
 +*APC 1558-70 p.7 Letter, PC to Thomas Sackforde to examine Richard Parlaben
-These parcels folowinge are also to be remembred in the forren provision / Viz +'''Nov 24'''
 +*APC 1558-70 p.7 Order, to set at liberty Fortescue, Kele and Prestall
 +*APC 1558-70 p.7 Letter, PC to Thomas Pace, foreign merchants, Southampton
-Sulphur or Brymstone - l<SUP>M</SUP> weight at the C<SUP>th</SUP> +'''Nov 26'''
-Harquebuttes complete - iiij<SUP>M</SUP> at x<SUP>s</SUP> the pece . . MM<SUP>li</SUP> +*APC 1558-70 p.7 Letter, PC to Sir Thomas Fynche, to secure the Manor of Canterbury
-Copper - CC<SUP>M</SUP> with at xl<SUP>s</SUP> the C<SUP>th</SUP> . . iiij<SUP>M li</SUP> +*APC 1558-70 p.8 Letters, PC to Warden of the Cinq Ports and Lord Admiral, to release shipping
-Cullyn cliff.s - vj<SUP>M</SUP> at ij<SUP>s</SUP> the pece - vj<SUP>C li</SUP> +
-[f.66v.]+'''Nov 27'''
-Dagges well chosin with there furniture v<SUP>M</SUP> at xx<SUP>s</SUP> the pece . . v<SUP>M li</SUP>+*APC 1558-70 p.8 Letter, PC to Edward Drue and John Bodley, to secure the late Sergeant Prydieux’s goods
 +*APC 1558-70 p.8 Letter, PC to Thomas Stukeley nor to meddle with Sergeant Prydieux’s goods.
-Sum of the forren provicions over and besides the viii<SUP>M li</SUP> within remembred . . xvij<SUP>M</SUP> iiij<SUP>C</SUP> iiij<SUP>xx li</SUP> vj<SUP>s</SUP> viij<SUP>d</SUP> +'''Nov 28'''
-over and besydes: l<SUP>M</SUP> weight of Brymstone wherof fynding it so dere and excessive we dare sett no price +*APC 1558-70 pp.8-9 Letter, PC to Bishops of Worcester and St Asaphe, funeral of Cardinal Pole.
 +*APC 1558-70 p.9 Letter, PC to Sir Ambrose Jermyn, John Sheparde, extortionate commissioner
 +*APC 1558-70 p.9 Letter, PC to Lord President and Council in the Welsh Marches, to continue in office
 +*APC 1558-70 p.9 Letter, Lord Mayor etc of London, to seal bond for the Queen’s borrowing in Antwerp
-Provicions for Tharmarie +'''Nov 30'''
-Corslettes complete in store vj<SUP>C</SUP>iiij<SUP>xx</SUP> To be provided at the Quenes pleasure by thadvise of thonorable Councell +*TNA SP12/1, 11. Edward Hastings and Thomas Cornwallis to Cecil. Transcribed [[TNA SP12/1, 11]]
 +*TNA SP12/1, 12. Account, money owing to captains and gunners in Essex. Transcribed [[TNA SP12/1, 12]]
 +*APC 1558-70 p.10 Letter, PC to London Customs, to stay all crimson silk, coronation
 +*APC 1558-70 p.10 Letter, PC to the Attorney General not to act in Earl of Cumberland v Lord Wharton
 +*APC 1558-70 p.10 Letter, PC to the Earl of Northumberland, musters
 +*APC 1558-70 p.10 Letter, PC to Lord Ever, musters, Berwick
-Murrions and Burgonettes in store . . MMiii<SUP>C</SUP>l To be provided ut sup +'''Nov '''
- +*TNA SP12/1, 13. Account, Thomas Parry cofferer to the Lady Elizabeth
-Halberdes plaine in store CCCl To be provided as above in Flanders or in England iiij<SUP>C</SUP> at vj<SUP>s</SUP> viij<SUP>d</SUP> the pece . . Cxxxiij<SUP>li</SUP> vj<SUP>s</SUP> viij<SUP>d</SUP> +*TNA SP12/1, 14. Account, Thomas Parry cofferer to the Lady Elizabeth
- +*TNA SP12/1, 15. List, Privy Seal loans Worcestershire
-Armarers wages Empcons of lether Buckles Armyng nailes and sondrie other neccesaries for Tharmarie . . CC<SUP>li</SUP> +*TNA SP12/1, 16. List, Privy Seal loans
- +*TNA SP12/1, 17. Prayer by Queen Elizabeth
-Sum for Tharmarie CCCxxxiij<SUP>li</SUP> vj<SUP>s</SUP> viij<SUP>d</SUP> +*TNA SP12/1, 7. Memorandum, Queen’s words to Cecil and the Lords. Transcribed [[TNA SP12/1, 7]]
- +*TNA SP12/1, 8. Memorandum, Queen’s words to Cecil and the Lords copy. Transcribed [[TNA SP 12/1, 8]]
-[f.67v.] +
- +
-1558 +
-A Memorial of the +
-forren provicions drawn +
-out of the great Boke +
-conteyninge the provicions +
-to be made in Flanders +
-and in Englande+

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Elizabethan State Papers.

Digital pics of SP12 Volume 1 are not yet on AALT but can still be found on the Hull University web site [1]

November 1558, Anno 1 Eliz

  • Privy Council Meetings 20th - 22nd Hatfield, 24th - 28th Charterhouse London, 30th the Tower.

Nov 17

  • TNA SP12/1, 1. Proclamation, accession of Queen Elizabeth. Transcribed TNA SP12/1, 1
  • TNA SP12/1, 2. Memorandum, Cecil
  • TNA SP12/1, 5. Letter, Dr John Boxoll to Cecil

Nov 18

  • TNA SP12/1, 3. Memorandum, Cecil
  • TNA SP12/1, 4. Letter, Nicholas Throckmorton to the Queen. Transcribed TNA SP12/1, 4

Nov 19

  • TNA SP12/1, 6. Letter, Aloisius Priuli to the Queen. Transcribed TNA SP12/1, 6
  • TNA SP12/1, 10, 1. Inventory, Cardinal Pole, stables. Transcribed TNA SP12/1, 10, 1
  • TNA SP12/1, 10, 2. Inventory, Cardinal Pole, bedding and moveables. Transcribed TNA SP12/1, 10, 2
  • TNA SP12/1, 10, 3. Inventory, Cardinal Pole, wardrobe. Transcribed TNA SP12/1, 10, 3

Nov 20

  • TNA SP12/1, 9. Letter, Sir John Masone to Cecil
  • APC 1558-70 p3. Letter, PC to the Earl of Northumberland, Borders, no minute.
  • APC 1558-70 p4. Letters, PC to Dr Haddon and John Norrys, to attend the Queen

Nov 21

  • TNA SP12/1, 10. Letter, Earl of Rutland to the Queen. Transcribed TNA SP12/1, 10
  • APC 1558-70 p.4 Letter, PC to the Lords in London, Sir Ralph Sadler.
  • APC 1558-70 p.4 Letter, PC to the Lords in London, proclamation, crimes committed expecting coronation pardon.
  • APC 1558-70 p.4 Letter, PC to Lord Ever, to continue fortifying Berwick.
  • APC 1558-70 p.4 Letter, PC to Lords Winchester, Shrewsbury and Derby, list of lords to attend the Queen
  • APC 1558-70 p.4 Letter, PC to Viceadmiral Malyn. Narrow Seas. Commissioners and Calais
  • APC 1558-70 p4. Letter, PC to Winchester, Queen Mary’s funeral, mourners may be compelled.

Nov 22

  • APC 1558-70 p5. Letter, PC to Sir John Pason, to interrogate Kele and Prestall
  • APC 1558-70 p.5 Letter, PC to Earl of Rutland to arrest the late Cardinal Pole’s comptroller.

Nov 24

  • APC 1558-70 p.5 Order, to the Lord Admiral, fishermen and coastal shipping allowed to sail. Convoy for Berwick supplies.
  • APC 1558-70 p.6 Letter, PC to Sir Leonard Chamberlain, repatriation of soldiers from Gurnsey
  • APC 1558-70 p.6 Letter, PC to Lord Paulett, repatriation of soldiers, Portsmouth
  • APC 1558-70 p.6 Letter, PC to Sir Thomas Caurden, the Tower, to make ready for the Queen and orders for prisoners
  • APC 1558-70 p.6 Letter, PC to the Warden of the Fleet prison, to release William Harbert
  • APC 1558-70 p.6 Letter, PC to John Marsh to examine John Thirkle tailor for conjuring
  • APC 1558-70 p.7 Letter, PC to Thomas Sackforde to examine Richard Parlaben

Nov 24

  • APC 1558-70 p.7 Order, to set at liberty Fortescue, Kele and Prestall
  • APC 1558-70 p.7 Letter, PC to Thomas Pace, foreign merchants, Southampton

Nov 26

  • APC 1558-70 p.7 Letter, PC to Sir Thomas Fynche, to secure the Manor of Canterbury
  • APC 1558-70 p.8 Letters, PC to Warden of the Cinq Ports and Lord Admiral, to release shipping

Nov 27

  • APC 1558-70 p.8 Letter, PC to Edward Drue and John Bodley, to secure the late Sergeant Prydieux’s goods
  • APC 1558-70 p.8 Letter, PC to Thomas Stukeley nor to meddle with Sergeant Prydieux’s goods.

Nov 28

  • APC 1558-70 pp.8-9 Letter, PC to Bishops of Worcester and St Asaphe, funeral of Cardinal Pole.
  • APC 1558-70 p.9 Letter, PC to Sir Ambrose Jermyn, John Sheparde, extortionate commissioner
  • APC 1558-70 p.9 Letter, PC to Lord President and Council in the Welsh Marches, to continue in office
  • APC 1558-70 p.9 Letter, Lord Mayor etc of London, to seal bond for the Queen’s borrowing in Antwerp

Nov 30

  • TNA SP12/1, 11. Edward Hastings and Thomas Cornwallis to Cecil. Transcribed TNA SP12/1, 11
  • TNA SP12/1, 12. Account, money owing to captains and gunners in Essex. Transcribed TNA SP12/1, 12
  • APC 1558-70 p.10 Letter, PC to London Customs, to stay all crimson silk, coronation
  • APC 1558-70 p.10 Letter, PC to the Attorney General not to act in Earl of Cumberland v Lord Wharton
  • APC 1558-70 p.10 Letter, PC to the Earl of Northumberland, musters
  • APC 1558-70 p.10 Letter, PC to Lord Ever, musters, Berwick

Nov

  • TNA SP12/1, 13. Account, Thomas Parry cofferer to the Lady Elizabeth
  • TNA SP12/1, 14. Account, Thomas Parry cofferer to the Lady Elizabeth
  • TNA SP12/1, 15. List, Privy Seal loans Worcestershire
  • TNA SP12/1, 16. List, Privy Seal loans
  • TNA SP12/1, 17. Prayer by Queen Elizabeth
  • TNA SP12/1, 7. Memorandum, Queen’s words to Cecil and the Lords. Transcribed TNA SP12/1, 7
  • TNA SP12/1, 8. Memorandum, Queen’s words to Cecil and the Lords copy. Transcribed TNA SP 12/1, 8
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