SP 1578/9 January

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January 1578/9 Anno 21 Eliz

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Jan 1

  • TNA SP 12/129, 1. William Cecil to Thomas Cecil, his father, promises to be diligent in his studies

Jan 2

  • TNA SP 12/129, 2. Edward Fenton to PC, his endeavours to obtain ore to mix with the gold ore brought home by Frobisher
  • TNA SP 12/129, 2. 1. Calendar of several sorts of ores sent up in bags to London from Cornwall by Mr. Fenton

Jan 7

  • TNA SP 12/129, 3. Commissioners for piracy in Pembroke to PC
  • TNA SP 12/129, 3. 1. Presentments of persons accused of aiding and dealing with the pirates, Pembroke
  • TNA SP 12/129, 3. 2. Note of the matters found and proved, piracy, Pembroke

Jan 13

  • TNA SP 12/129, 4. PC to the Earl of Pembroke et al requiring them to pay in the amount of their adventures in Frobisher's voyage
  • TNA SP 12/129, 5. Matthew Fyeld to Walsingham, has already paid his dues for Frobisher's voyage
  • TNA SP 12/129, 6. Edward Fenton to PC, Mr. Edgeombe has found the place of the ore delivered to Mr. Burcot
  • TNA SP 12/129, 7. Edward Fenton to Walsingham, his doings in Cornwall and the Western Counties to procure the ore
  • TNA SP 12/129, 8. Sir Lionel Duckett et al to Walsingham, that Sir Thomas Gresham had paid his share in Frobisher's voyage
  • TNA SP 12/129, 9. Thomas Allen to Walsingham, slanderous accusations of him by Frobisher, Frobisher's accounts should be audited
  • TNA SP 12/129, 10. Declaration, Bourgmasters and Council of the town of Hornes, re the Flemish vessel taken by Capt. Denny

Jan 14

  • TNA SP 12/129, 11. William Borowgh to Walsingham, accounts for Frobisher's last voyage
  • TNA SP 12/129, 12. Michael Lok to Walsingham, accounts for Frobisher's last voyage

Jan 15

  • TNA SP 12/129, 13. Commissioners for piracy in Norfolk to PC
  • TNA SP 12/129, 13. 1. Certificate of the names of those that have paid their fines for dealing with pirates, of those that refuse

Jan 16

  • TNA SP 12/129, 14. Commissioners for piracy in Norfolk to PC, for John Parker, who dealt with pirates ignorantly

Jan 18

  • TNA SP 12/129, 15. Edmund Rockrey to Burghley, complains against the Master of Queen's College Cambridge
  • TNA SP 12/129, 15. 1 Certain articles respecting his right to retain the fellowship, extracted from the ancient statutes of the University.

Jan 20

  • TNA SP 12/129, 16. Edmund Coortesse, Vicar of Cuckfield, to the Lord Chief Justice, defending himself against Edward Boyer
  • TNA SP 12/129, 16. 1. Certificate of the parishioners of Cuckfield, Sussex, for Mr. Coortesse, Vicar of that parish

Jan 22

  • TNA SP 12/129, 17. Commissioners for piracy in Cornwall to PC
  • TNA SP 12/129, 17. 1. Certificate of the names of those that have paid their fines, for dealing with pirates, Cornwall
  • TNA SP 12/129, 18. Commissioners for piracy in the Cinque Ports to PC

Jan 24

  • TNA SP 12/129, 19. Sir Walter Mildmay to PC, necessity of a reformation in the weights for standard gold throughout the realm

Jan 26

  • TNA SP 12/129, 20. James Gryndall to Francis Chaloner, the rent of the salt pans at St. Bees

Jan 27

  • TNA SP 12/129, 21. Andrew Palmer to Burghley and Walsingham, disagrees with Mr. Lonison respecting the weights for gold

Jan 28

  • TNA SP 12/129, 22. Sir Philip Parker to Walsingham, declares his innocency of the charge laid against him of dealing with pirates
  • TNA SP 12/129, 22. 1. Presentment of the Commissioners in causes of piracy against Sir Philip Parker, and his answer

Jan 30

  • TNA SP 12/129, 23. Dr. Wm Chatterton to Burghley, Mr. Rockrey resigning his fellowship at Queen's College
  • TNA SP 12/129, 23. 1. Copy of the statute of Queen's College as to holding fellowships, with legal opinions thereon

Jan 31

  • TNA SP 12/129, 24. Commissioners for piracy in Carmarthenshire to PC
  • TNA SP 12/129, 24. 1. Presentments of the Jury, piracy in Carmarthenshire
  • TNA SP 12/129, 24. 2. Examinations, before the Commissioners for suppression of piracy in Carmarthenshire

January undated

  • TNA SP 12/129, 25. Table of certain dispensations not agreeable to Christian religion, in the opinion of the Lords of the Council
  • TNA SP 12/129, 26. Copy of TNA SP 12/129, 25 with a note of the order of proceeding to Westminster at the time of Parliament
  • TNA SP 12/129, 27. Petition of William Lytlestone to exchange for his patent for the exportation of grain
  • TNA SP 12/129, 28. Account, of Her Majesty's wardrobe due upon the accompt of John Fortescue, Master of the same
  • TNA SP 12/129, 29. Certificate of taking the oath of Thomas Markham, Sheriff of the County of Nottingham. Lat.

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