SP 1568/9 January

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January 1568/9 Anno 11 Eliz

Digital images of SP 12 Volume 49 are here [1]

Jan 1

  • TNA SP 12/49, 1. Champernowne, Kylligrew, Hawkyns et al to PC, Spanish treasure secured
  • TNA SP 12/49, 2. Champernowne to Cecil, Spanish Ambassador proceeding against William Hawkyns
  • TNA SP 12/49, 3. Lope de la Sierra to Anthonio de Guaras. his Spanish treasure is in Southampton

Jan 3

  • TNA SP 12/49, 4. Lord Cobham to Cecil, intercepted Spanish Ambassador correspondence
  • TNA SP 12/49, 5. Lord Cobham to Cecil, English goods stayed in Flanders

Jan 4

  • TNA SP 12/49, 6. Mayor of Sandwich to Cecil, the English at Dunkirk imprisoned and their vessels seized
  • TNA SP 12/49, 7. Carwoode to Marsden, letter for Benet, testimonial from Mr. Tho. Ley, about some cloths
  • TNA SP 12/49, 8. Champernowne, Hawkyns et al to PC, will keep all shipping that shall arrive
  • TNA SP 12/49, 9. Lord Mayor of London to Cecil, English merchants arrested at Antwerp

Jan 6

  • TNA SP 12/49, 10. Bacon to Cecil, advises seizure of the Flemish goods
  • TNA SP 12/49, 11. Rowe to PC, has seized the bodies and goods of certain Merchant Strangers

Jan 7

  • TNA SP 12/49, 12. Rowe to PC, 16 Englishmen imprisoned in Dunkirk, all Englishmen and their ships to be arrested
  • TNA SP 12/49, 13. Mayor of the Staple to Ceci, goods of the Merchants of the Staple stayed in Flanders
  • TNA SP 12/49, 14. Merchant Adventurers to PC, explain why they sent 4 ships to Flanders

Jan 8

  • TNA SP 12/49, 15. Merchant Adventurers to PC, for the seizure of the property of Spanish subjects in London

Jan 9

  • TNA SP 12/49, 16. Lord Adm. Clynton to Cecil, recommends the Venetian vessels should be stayed for a month
  • TNA SP 12/49, 17. Memorial of George Kyghtley to PC, losses of his lands and goods at Barrow (Bergenop-Zoom)

Jan 10

  • TNA SP 12/49, 18. Mayor of Southampton to PC, has stayed some Spanish vessels
  • TNA SP 12/49, 18. 1. Note, goods, ships, and men of Southampton in Spain

Jan 11

  • TNA SP 12/49, 19. Merchants of the Staple to PC, for recompence for losses from Spanish property seized in England
  • TNA SP 12/49, 20. Lord Cobham to Cecil, allowing the French to pass, has intercepted a packet of letters

Jan 12

  • TNA SP 12/49, 21. Champernowne to PC, has stayed all the Spanish ships in Dartmouth and Plymouth
  • TNA SP 12/49, 22. Windebank to Cecil, has had a severe fit of the ague

Jan 13

  • TNA SP 12/49, 23. Lord Cobham to Cecil, has dispatched M. de la Croce, intercepted letter to the Bishop of Glasgow

Jan 14

  • TNA SP 12/49, 24. Valentine Dale to Cecil, reflections on the conduct of the Spanish Ambassador
  • TNA SP 12/49, 25. Lord Mayor of London to Cecil, arresting Spanish merchants

Jan 16

  • TNA SP 12/49, 26. Lewes Dale and Aubrey, to Cecil, their opinion on the spoil by Portugal on the Winters' ship
  • TNA SP 12/49, 27. Articles in Mr. Wynter's cause, on losses to Portugal on the river of Cesto

Jan 17

  • TNA SP 12/49, 28. Knollys to the Queen, on the Duke of Alva, the Q. of Scots, the management of her Council
  • TNA SP 12/49, 29. VC of Cambridge to Cecil, against the Ecclesiastical Commissioners having authority in the university

Jan 19

  • TNA SP 12/49, 30. Proposition, by the Merchant Adventurers to export of cloths etc to Hamburgh and Emden

Jan 20

  • TNA SP 12/49, 31. Kylligrew et al to PC, Spanish treasure stayed
  • TNA SP 12/49, 32. Tayllour to Lord Cobham, reports his interview with the Flemish Ambassador
  • TNA SP 12/49, 33. Tayllour to Lord Cobham, the Flemish Ambassador finds himself aggrieved at being stayed
  • TNA SP 12/49, 34. Lord Cobham to Cecil, the Flemish Ambassador is annoyed at his detention
  • TNA SP 12/49, 35. Bishop of St. David's to Cecil, the right of presentation to the church of Llanarth
  • TNA SP 12/49, 35. 1. Declaration shewing Llanarth to belong to the Bishoprick of St. David's
  • TNA SP 12/49, 36. Hawkyns to Cecil, for a share of the Spanish treasure stayed in England

Jan 22

  • TNA SP 12/49, 37. Hawkyns to PC, solicits some relief for the port and town of Plymouth

Jan 23

  • TNA SP 12/49, 38. Lord Mayor of London to Cecil, Flemish Ambassador to be lodged in the custody of Mr. Alderman Bond

Jan 25

  • TNA SP 12/49, 39. Lord Mayor of London to Lord Keeper, the Flemish Ambassador wants to see the Queen not the Council
  • TNA SP 12/49, 40. John Hawkyns to Cecil, all their business hath had infelicity, misfortune, and an unhappy end
  • TNA SP 12/49, 40. 1. A note or journal by John Hawkyns of the voyage made with the Jesus and the Mynion
  • TNA SP 12/49, 41. Petition, merchants of London trading to Rouen, to licence John White to go to Rouen for them

Jan 27

  • TNA SP 12/49, 42. Hawkyns to Cecil, Champernowne will leave Plymouth with the Spanish treasure for Exeter

Jan 28

  • TNA SP 12/49, 43. Ecclesiastical Commissioners to Cecil, their proceedings in the survey of Norwich Cathedral

Jan 30

  • TNA SP 12/49, 44. Prebendaries of Westminster, to Cecil, to keep the herse of Lady Knollys in their church

Jan 31

  • TNA SP 12/49, 45. Lewes to Cecil, on whether the Flemish Ambassadr is from the King or from Alva

January undated

  • TNA SP 12/49, 46. Memorandum, increase of allowances to Officers in the Customs

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