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'''October 1575, Anno 17 Eliz'''
 
'''October 1575, Anno 17 Eliz'''
  
Digital images of TNA SP 12 volume 105 are here http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/SP12/105%5F%281575%29/  
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Digital images of TNA SP 12 volume 105 are here [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/SP12/105%5F%281575%29/]
  
*TNA SP 12/105, 50. 1575  October 6. Benedict Spinola to Burghley. Congratulates him on the safe arrival of the Conte [Earl of Oxford] at Venice from Milan. His brother, Pasqual Spinola, will shortly be at Venice, to pay his respects to him there. His brother, Jacob Spinola, has paid the 1,000l. to Mr. James Harvy, at Antwerp.
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'''Oct 6'''
*TNA SP 12/105, 51. 1575  October 6. Walsyngham to Lord Burghley. Endeavour of the Queen Mother of France to entrap her son. Arrival of a Spanish fleet off the coast of Devon. The Admiral and Vice Admiral landed at Dartmouth, supposed to land some treasure.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 50. Letter, Benedict Spinola to Burghley, the safe arrival of the Earl of Oxford at Venice from Milan
*TNA SP 12/105, 52. 1575  October 11. Sir Francis Englefylde to Mr. Cotton. Regrets that his diligence has been ill received; but his services to Don John and the cardinals have been acknowledged, Desires that Tho. Evans or Wm. Gylbard may write to him.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 51. Letter, Walsingham to Burghley, foreign news
*TNA SP 12/105, 53. 1575  October 15. Dr. David Lewes to Walsyngham. Relative to the case of the Frenchmen condemned for piracy, some of whom must be executed.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 54. 1575  October 17. Information as to words spoken by Ric. Morice relative to the coming over of one Parry, servant to Hugh Owen, and of his resort to the Earl of Arundel's house, and of the concealment of Owen by the Vicar of Oswestry.
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'''Oct 11'''
*TNA SP 12/105, 55. 1575  October  Copy of TNA SP 12/105, 54.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 52. Letter, Sir Francis Englefylde to Mr. Cotton, his services to Don John and the cardinals have been acknowledged
*TNA SP 12/105, 56. 1575  October 17. Interrogatories for the examination of the Vicar of Oswestry. Respecting the intercourse he had had, or was aware of, with any of the English rebels in foreign parts, particularly as to Hugh Owen and one Parry.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 57. 1575  October 17. Interrogatories for the examination of Richard Kinneston about the English rebels in foreign parts.
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'''Oct 15'''
*TNA SP 12/105, 58. 1575  October 17. Interrogatories for the examination of Ric. Morice about the English rebels in foreign parts.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 53. Letter, Dr Lewes to Walsingham, some of the Frenchmen condemned for piracy must be executed
*TNA SP 12/105, 59. 1575 October 17. Interrogatories for the examination of Tho. Parry about the English rebels in foreign parts.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 60. 1575  October 17. Interrogatories for the examination of one Parry, servant of Hugh Owen about the English rebels in foreign parts.
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'''Oct 17'''
*TNA SP 12/105, 61. 1575  October 20. Officers of the Port of Lynn to Lord Burghley. Information of the quantities of butter, malt, and other provisions shipped for Ireland from their port by Henry Underwood, deputy to Henry Sekeford.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 54. Information, words by Richard Morice, Parry, servant to Hugh Owen, the Earl of Arundel, the Vicar of Oswestry
*TNA SP 12/105, 62. 1575  October 22. Device by Alderman Haywarde for bringing 100,000l. into the kingdom, from abroad, on the security of bonds of the City of London.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 55. Copy of TNA SP 12/105, 54.
*TNA SP 12/105, 63. 1575  October 22? Note of the charges of 100,000l., to be provided upon finance for six years, for Her Majesty; and the profits to arise by again lending the same at a greater interest.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 56. Interrogatories for the Vicar of Oswestry, English rebels in foreign parts
*TNA SP 12/105, 64. 1575  October 22? Device respecting the best way of bringing a sum of money into this realm from Germany.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 57. Interrogatories for the examination of Richard Kinneston about the English rebels in foreign parts
*TNA SP 12/105, 65. 1575  October 27. Warrant by the Queen to Sir Gilb. Dethick, Garter, for additions to the insignia of Lady Frances, late Duchess of Suffolk, 3 Dec. 1559; together with details of the ceremonies at the christening of Elizabeth, the first daughter of John Lord Russell, son and heir to Francis Earl of Bedford.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 58. Interrogatories for the examination of Ric. Morice about the English rebels in foreign parts
*TNA SP 12/105, 66. 1575  October 28. Thomas Sampson to Burghley. Requests the confirmation in perpetuity of a certain lease bequeathed to the hospital at Leicester by its founders.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 59.  Interrogatories for the examination of Tho. Parry about the English rebels in foreign parts
*TNA SP 12/105, 67. 1575 October? A project for the prevention of conveying coin and bullion out of the realm, with note of the laws and statutes respecting merchants strangers and denizens.
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*TNA SP 12/105, 60. Interrogatories for the examination of one Parry, servant of Hugh Owen about the English rebels in foreign parts
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'''Oct 20'''
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*TNA SP 12/105, 61. Officers of the Port of Lynn to Burghley, butter, malt, shipped for Ireland by the deputy to Henry Sekeford
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'''Oct 22'''
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*TNA SP 12/105, 62. Device by Alderman Haywarde to bring 100,000l. from abroad, on the security of bonds of the City of London
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*TNA SP 12/105, 63. Note of the charges of 100,000l., for six years, for Her Majesty; and the profit on lending it out
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*TNA SP 12/105, 64. Device respecting the best way of bringing a sum of money into this realm from Germany
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'''Oct 27'''
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*TNA SP 12/105, 65. Warrant, to Garter, the insignia of late Duchess of Suffolk. Christening of Elizabeth Russell.  
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'''Oct 28'''
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*TNA SP 12/105, 66. Letter, Thomas Sampson to Burghley, for confirmation of a lease bequeathed to the hospital at Leicester
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'''October undated'''
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*TNA SP 12/105, 67. A project for the prevention of conveying coin and bullion out of the realm
  
  
 
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October 1575, Anno 17 Eliz

Digital images of TNA SP 12 volume 105 are here [1]

Oct 6

  • TNA SP 12/105, 50. Letter, Benedict Spinola to Burghley, the safe arrival of the Earl of Oxford at Venice from Milan
  • TNA SP 12/105, 51. Letter, Walsingham to Burghley, foreign news

Oct 11

  • TNA SP 12/105, 52. Letter, Sir Francis Englefylde to Mr. Cotton, his services to Don John and the cardinals have been acknowledged

Oct 15

  • TNA SP 12/105, 53. Letter, Dr Lewes to Walsingham, some of the Frenchmen condemned for piracy must be executed

Oct 17

  • TNA SP 12/105, 54. Information, words by Richard Morice, Parry, servant to Hugh Owen, the Earl of Arundel, the Vicar of Oswestry
  • TNA SP 12/105, 55. Copy of TNA SP 12/105, 54.
  • TNA SP 12/105, 56. Interrogatories for the Vicar of Oswestry, English rebels in foreign parts
  • TNA SP 12/105, 57. Interrogatories for the examination of Richard Kinneston about the English rebels in foreign parts
  • TNA SP 12/105, 58. Interrogatories for the examination of Ric. Morice about the English rebels in foreign parts
  • TNA SP 12/105, 59. Interrogatories for the examination of Tho. Parry about the English rebels in foreign parts
  • TNA SP 12/105, 60. Interrogatories for the examination of one Parry, servant of Hugh Owen about the English rebels in foreign parts

Oct 20

  • TNA SP 12/105, 61. Officers of the Port of Lynn to Burghley, butter, malt, shipped for Ireland by the deputy to Henry Sekeford

Oct 22

  • TNA SP 12/105, 62. Device by Alderman Haywarde to bring 100,000l. from abroad, on the security of bonds of the City of London
  • TNA SP 12/105, 63. Note of the charges of 100,000l., for six years, for Her Majesty; and the profit on lending it out
  • TNA SP 12/105, 64. Device respecting the best way of bringing a sum of money into this realm from Germany

Oct 27

  • TNA SP 12/105, 65. Warrant, to Garter, the insignia of late Duchess of Suffolk. Christening of Elizabeth Russell.

Oct 28

  • TNA SP 12/105, 66. Letter, Thomas Sampson to Burghley, for confirmation of a lease bequeathed to the hospital at Leicester

October undated

  • TNA SP 12/105, 67. A project for the prevention of conveying coin and bullion out of the realm


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