SP 1579 November

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November 1579, 21 & 22 Eliz

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Nov 7

  • TNA SP 12/132, 56. Dr. John Hatcher to Burghley. Notifies his election, on the 5th of Nov., to the office of Vice Chancellor of Cambridge. The University is quiet. Mr. Stringer, Bedel, will inform him of Dr. Byng's troubles with those of St. John's College.

Nov 9

  • TNA SP 12/132, 57. Dr. Ric. Howlande to same. Desires his confirmation of the election of Wm. Billinglie to a scholarship, in which some irregularity had occurred. Recommends Mr. Newill of Pembroke Hall. Finds they possess a licence to purchase in mortmain, 60l. per annum.
  • TNA SP 12/132, 58. Wm. Glaseor to same. The embarkation of soldiers at Liverpool had been prevented by contrary winds. Hay and oats could not be procured there. Sends his accounts for the office of customer. Incloses,
  • TNA SP 12/132, 58. i. Mayor of Liverpool to Mr. Glaseor. For order to be taken for providing fodder for the soldiers' horses, all the hay and oats in Liverpool being spent. Liverpool, 5 Nov. 1579.
  • TNA SP 12/132, 58. ii. Mr. Glaseor's list of the names of the 100 soldiers sent by him into Ireland from Chester, selected from the 400 men raised in the Welch counties.

Nov 10

  • TNA SP 12/132, 59, 60. Accounts of the money due in surplusage to Her Majesty's brewers, for beer and ale from Nov. 1577 to Nov. 1579. Two papers.

Nov 16

  • TNA SP 12/132, 61. Petition of Sir Henry Radeclyff to PC, For satisfaction for a ship and goods spoiled by Phillip van Asshelers, a pirate, off Flushing. And also that Mr. Heale and Mr. Hawkyns may be sent for to give an account of the stay of his ship called the Hand and Dragon. [On the 16 Nov. 1579, Drs. Dale and Lewes were ordered by the Council to determine the latter affair. Co. Reg.]

Nov 19

  • TNA SP 12/132, 62. Sir Nicholas Woodrof, Lord Mayor of London, to Burghley. Report of the bakers concerning the wheat belonging to a Portuguese merchant at Ratclif, which is found unmeet to make bread of for the Queen's subjects.
  • TNA SP 12/132, 63. Dr. Edw. Hawford, Master, and the Seniors of Christ's College, Cambridge, to Burghley. Are of opinion Mr. Broughton cannot continue his fellowship there, being chosen to the Prebend of Durham. Incloses,
  • TNA SP 12/132, 63. i. Copy of the statutes of Christ's College, relating to the above.

Nov 21

  • TNA SP 12/132, 64. Sir Nich. Arnold and W. Oldisworthe to Wm. Ayloffe and Francis Wyndham, Esqrs. Certify that John Higford and George Huntley had taken the oaths prescribed for Justices of the Peace.

Nov 23

  • TNA SP 12/132, 65. Memorandum of the appointment of Sir Wm. Gerrard to be one of the Masters of Her Majesty's Court of Requests; signified by letter of Mr. Sec. Wylson to the Masters of Requests.

Nov 30

  • TNA SP 12/132, 66. Wm. Glaseor to Burghley. Has received divers sums of money for the service of the soldiers to be sent to Ireland by Sir Wm. Pelham and others. Will return his full accompt of expenses at Hilary term next. The whole charge will be nearly 1,400l.
  • TNA SP 12/132, 67. Note of the charges of all posts extraordinary for Her Majesty's service in Ireland from Aug. 1 to Nov. 30, 1579.

November undated

  • TNA SP 12/132, 68. Sir Owyn Hopton to PC, That he may be permitted to retain a boat found within the liberties of his manor of Walverswike till claimed by the owners.
  • TNA SP 12/132, 69. Petition of the tenants of Patterdale, co. Westmoreland to Burghley. Against the proceedings of Edward Lancaster and George Hudson. Pray that their parsonage of Patterdale may not be annexed to the rectory of Barton.
  • TNA SP 12/132, 70. Stephen Brinckley, prisoner in the Tower, to Walsingham. Desires his favour for the orderly prosecuting by law of his title to certain lands detained from him.
  • TNA SP 12/132, 71. Note of the quantities of corn shipped at various ports for exportation.
  • TNA SP 12/132, 72. Names of the Justices of the Peace for the Counties of Surrey, Sussex, Kent, Essex, and Hertford, who were sworn before the Justices of Assize, and of those who were absent, and therefore not sworn.

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