SP 1576 July

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July 1576, Anno 18 Eliz

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Jul 2

  • TNA SP 12/108, 51. Thomas Page's narrative of the adventures of his journey on the Continent, news of Sir Edward Kelly

Jul 4

  • TNA SP 12/108, 52. Note of charges by Edward Baeshe for victualling three of the Queen's ships for one month, or longer.

Jul 11

  • TNA SP 12/108, 53. Report by Edward Baeshe, on the necessity of keeping in store casks and clapboards to the extent of 10,000 tons.

Jul 12

  • TNA SP 12/108, 54. Letter, PC to William Waldegrave, the settlement of the strangers of Colchester at Halstead in Essex

Jul 13

  • TNA SP 12/108, 55. Note by Mr. Baeshe of things to be done with speed for the sea causes, especially a sufficient supply of casks

Jul 14

  • TNA SP 12/108, 56. Wardens of the Goldsmiths to Christopher Hatton, for Robert Sharpe to make known his art of planishing silver
  • TNA SP 12/108, 57. Fellows of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge to Burghley, Mr. Reade has been elected, contrary to their statute

Jul 15

  • TNA SP 12/108, 58. Letter, PC to the Lord Mayor of London, to recal their proclamation fixing the retail prices of wines
  • TNA SP 12/108, 59. Note by Mr. Baeshe of the causes that occasion the present want of casks for the navy.

Jul 17

  • TNA SP 12/108, 60. Letter, PC to the Justices of Lancashire, Ralph Jolly v. Mr. Brodshawe, for certain odious outrages

Jul 20

  • TNA SP 12/108, 61. Letter, Walsingham to Lord President of Wales. for Mr. Wigmore to be Clerk of the Fines in the Marches of Wales

Jul 26

  • TNA SP 12/108, 62. Complaint of John Broke against the Russia Company by whom he had been unjustly imprisoned, with their answer
  • TNA SP 12/108, 63. State of the account between John Broke and the Company of Merchants for the Discovery of New Trades.

Jul 27

  • TNA SP 12/108, 64. Estimate of repairs, seven alms houses within Bishopsgate, London,and at Brentford, co. Middlesex
  • TNA SP 12/108, 65. Letter, George Tyrell to Burghley, thanks for the kindness shown to his son, refutes the accusations of treason

July undated

  • TNA SP 12/108, 66. Memorial against the unrestricted liberty of retailing wines, and of the evils likely to ensue thereby.

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