Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 24, Addenda, 1605-1668. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1976.
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|The Mayor and Aldermen of Hull to the Earl of Salisbury.|
|[February 4, 1605–6].||
They understand that the King is pleased
to grant means of relief to their neighbours who have suffered
grievous losses because of Danish action, and which they have had
to endure for the past seven years. Petitioners again, as they have
done before, request Salisbury's assistance in bringing the protracted suit prosecuted by these unfortunate people to a close in a
Signed: seven signatures. Imperfect. Endorsed: "4 Februarie, 1605. Mayor and Aldermen of Hull to my lord." ¾ p. (P. 1989.)
[See H.M.C. Salisbury MSS, Vol. XVIII, p. 253.]
|Sir Richard Walsh to the Earl of Salisbury.|
|[After February, 1605–6].||
He was lately Sheriff of Worcestershire, (fn. 1) and the reward for his services in arresting the recent
traitors in that shire was referred to Salisbury. He feels that he
ought not to urge him to formulate a suit on his behalf, and his
friends have advised him to solicit the King for the farm of some
assart lands. He asks Salisbury to favour the suit, and to exercise
his influence in the determination of the annual value of the assart
lands to be awarded him.—Undated.
¾ p. (P. 892.)