SP 1565 October

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October 1565, Anno 7 Eliz

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Oct 6

  • TNA SP 12/37, 47. Warrant, for the ports for the suppression of piracy
  • TNA SP 12/37, 48. Articles of instructions, for suppressing pirates on the coast of Norfolk and elsewhere
  • TNA SP 12/37, 49. List, of those fit to act as Commissioners for care of the ports and havens thereof
  • TNA SP 12/37, 50. List, ports and havens probably connected with TNA SP 12/37, 49.
  • TNA SP 12/37, 51. Letter, Queen to the Duke of Norfolk, to stop the ingrossing of grain in Norfolk by Merchant Strangers

Oct 8

  • TNA SP 12/37, 52. Humfrey to Cecil, mining grant, Stanley should be asked for explanations
  • TNA SP 12/37, 53. Estimate of the charge of the ship, the Saker, for a month's service at sea

Oct 12

  • TNA SP 12/37, 54. Grindall to Cecil, news of Malta, official thanksgiving should wait for comfirmation

Oct 13

  • TNA SP 12/37, 55. Clercke to Cecil, assures him of the respect and devotion which he entertains for him

Oct 17

  • TNA SP 12/37, 56. Confession, charging William Humfrey with a robbery at the Mint and misdemeanor towards Thomas Stanley

Oct 20

  • TNA SP 12/37, 57. Declaration, by Humfrey, in answer to Mr. Stanley's charge
  • TNA SP 12/37, 58. Confession of John Bull, the robbery at the Mint, committed by Bull and Humfrey, against Stanley
  • TNA SP 12/37, 59. Letters of safe conduct for the Princess of Portugal, in case of her landing in England
  • TNA SP 12/37, 60. Winchester to Cecil, fraudulent coinage being imported

Oct 23

  • TNA SP 12/37, 61. Certificate, returned of Navy ship, granted for a voyage to the coast of Africa and America

Oct 28

  • TNA SP 12/37, 62. George Lamplughe to Cecil, miners' progress, the Queen's woods should be protected from them

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