SP 1579/80 February

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February 1579/80, Anno 22 Eliz

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Feb. 1

  • TNA SP 12/136, 19. Estimate of the charges for 20 ships for 3 months: to be in readiness for all attempts of any foreign power

Feb. 3

  • TNA SP 12/136, 20. The names of captains for sea service; showing the principal naval commanders of Elizabeth's reign
  • TNA SP 12/136, 21. Letter, Richard Howlande to Burghley, the number of scholars in St. John's College, Cambridge
  • TNA SP 12/136, 22. Letter, John Hatcher, Vice-Chancellor to Burghley, felling of trees belonging to Queen's College
  • TNA SP 12/136, 22. 1 Answer of Queen's College as to the sale of the trees of their College

Feb. 5

  • TNA SP 12/136, 23. Letter, Sir Nicholas Woodrofe, Lord Mayor to Burghley, for the petition of the Bakers
  • TNA SP 12/136, 24. Petition of the Master and Wardens of the White Bakers of London to export damaged wheat

Feb. 11

  • TNA SP 12/136, 25. Letter, from officers of the port of Bristol, for authority to search all ships before their departure to the seas

Feb. 13

  • TNA SP 12/136, 26. Letter, Queen's College, Cambridge to Burghley, reasons for the fall and sale of their woods

Feb. 15

  • TNA SP 12/136, 27. Note of the clear yearly rent of the manor and lordship of Colquit

Feb. 20

  • TNA SP 12/136, 28. Letter, Hurleston to Mr. Herlle. for the bearer, Mr. Cowell
  • TNA SP 12/136, 29. Commission to Sir Roger Manwood et al for restitution to the subjects of the King of Spain
  • TNA SP 12/136, 30. Letter, Christ's College, Cambridge to Burghley, for Mr. Broughton to stay in Cambridge

Feb. 24

  • TNA SP 12/136, 31. Letter, Earl of Huntingdon to Burghley, for Mr. Broughton to go to Durham
  • TNA SP 12/136, 32. Letter, Justices of Surrey to PC, the defence of landing places in Kent, Sussex, and Southampton

Feb. 27

  • TNA SP 12/136, 33. Letter, Bishop of Rochester to the Queen, has not felled any timber trees ecespt for repairs
  • TNA SP 12/136, 34. Estimate, charges for six ships to be stationed off the Isle of Wight, for any service needful

Februay undated

  • TNA SP 12/136, 35. Extract from the register of the High Court of Admiralty, bonds for the tonnage of ships

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