Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 18 Part 1, January-July 1543. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1901.
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May 1543, 26-31
Dasent's A. P. C., 138.
598. The Privy Council.
Meeting at Hampton Court, 26 May. Present : Norfolk, Russell, Hertford, Lisle, Winchester, Westminster, St. John, Gage, Browne, Wingfield, Wriothesley, Paget, Dacres. Business :—Letter sent to Sir Thos. Pope and Sir Edw. North to set all Frenchmen in prison in London at large on sureties.
599. Maltravers to Henry VIII.
Heard for truth this morning that the French King prepares to march in person with a great army about 11 June, "and hath sworn an unadvised oath saying that he will have all Artoysse or else it shall cost him his life." 15,000 Swysses are come to serve him. They bruit at Arde that the French king has written to their lieutenant to make much of the Englishmen. The Constable of France rises again in favour. On Thursday the Burgundians and certain horsemen of Turwan met. The French took one Burgundian horseman, and the Burgundians took 22 Frenchmen and slew 4 or 5 of their horsemen. Calais, 26 May. Signed.
Hol., pp. 2. Add. Endd. : ao XXXVo.
600. Wallop to the Council.
Wrote on the 24th of receipt of a letter from the Great Master, in answer to his, intimating the King's pleasure as contained in theirs of the 21st. Accordingly, met the Great Master yesterday at St. Mary Kerque adjoining Bredenarde, where 2,000 Almains lie and a reinforcement of Burgundian footmen and 200 horsemen is appointed, to guard that way to Flanders. The Great Master rejoiced at Wallop's commission and thanked the King for his gentle offer to assist the Emperor, saying that if the Frenchmen should enter upon those parts he would be glad to have the number now granted sent to where the Almains are, not requiring assistance except from the English pale to St. Omer's. He was advertised of the "conformation" of the treaty, before Wallop's coming, both by the Regent and Mons. de Chapuys, the ambassador. Wallop said he should have as many men as might safely be spared from the King's fortresses, viz. 2,000 footmen and 200 horsemen. He liked that well, and began to devise about some notable exploit, saying that if he had 3,000 foot and 600 horse, Englishmen, with two double cannons, 2 demicannons and 2 fawcons, he could burn the rest of Bullonoyes, towns, village, peels and strong churches, unto the sea side, and, if the time were well chosen, might peradventure take Mounstrell, whence at his last course most of the inhabitants fled away. But that enterprise must be shortly, for whenever war shall be published the French will lie there with their whole power. Has written before how commodious that town should be both for the King and the Emperor. For secrecy, the Great Master thinks that horses for drawing the ordnance might be sent over to serve in the mean time in the works here.
"The said Great Master goeth this (sic) towards Hennoway, being sent for by the duke of Arsekott, intending upon that border to make a course if the Frenchmen do not empeach them in these parties : and doubting the same the said Allemaignez shall remain where they are; which Frenchmen the Great Master is advertised they be encamped besides Mounstrell, who reckoneth they will not stir much abroad before Midsummer." He thinks the Emperor now in Italy, but his letters from the Regent that day did not mention it. The duke of Clevez army lies still before Hensbroughe and has lost two great pieces of ordnance. The Prince of Orange is encamped within a league or two of them. Callaiz, 26 May, at night.
P.S.—Trusts they received his letters of the 24th, enclosing letters of the Great Master to himself and to the ambassador there.
Pp. 3. Add. Endd. : ao XXXVo.
R.O. St. P., IX., 385.
601. Edmond Harvel to Henry VIII.
Wrote on the 20th of the Turk's departure from Andrinopoli, 23 April, with a puissant host against Ferdinando; and the issuing from Constantinople of 120 galleys and 40 or 50 fustes. To-day, letters from Geane, of the 23rd, report the Emperor's arrival at Le Spongie in Provence, 150 miles from Geane. Guasto and his wife and the principal nobility of Milan are gone to Geane to honour the Emperor and his daughter, "who by the vulgar bruit is designed wife to Ferdinando's son with the duchy of Milan." The Bishop revoked Pole from Trent to Bononye, to send him to France and Scotland with 4,000 Almains and as many Frenchmen to stir the Scots against England. "It is incredible how the said Bishop and the Roman clergy is inflamed against the same, fearing beyond opinion th'amplification of your Majesty's empire which tendeth to their ruin." The practices between the Bishop and the French king are hotter than ever before, and doubtless they machinate against Henry. Letters from Vienna of the 17th speak of small provision against the Turks, and doubt the Turk's coming this year; but Ferdinando has sent his wife and children to Boheme. There is small accord in the Diet of Noremberg, even in this extreme peril. Venice, 26 May, 1543.
Hol., p. 1. Add. Endd.
Dasent's A. P. C. 139.
602. The Privy Council.
Meeting at Hampton Court, 27 May. Present : Chancellor, Russell, Hertford, Lisle, Winchester, Westminster, St. John, Gage, Browne, Wingfield, Wriothesley, Paget, Riche. Business :—Letter sent to Mr. Palmer, treasurer of Guisnes, to allow Clement Harleston, having charge of 100 horsemen, a captain's wages. Robt. Gouche, merchant, being bound not to leave London, was licensed to be away for six weeks; and — Morres, Wm. Locke, Chr. Litcott, and — Watkins made sureties for him. Letters written to the mayor and officers of Dover and to the lord Warden, to suffer no man to pass within the next six days without passport signed by the King or the Council.
R.O. (R. T. 142.)
603. Henry VIII. and Charles V.
Notarial instrument witnessing the oath (recited) given by Henry VIII., at Hampton Court, 27 May 1543, 35 Hen. VIII, in presence of the ambassador Chapuys, to the treaty with Charles V., dated 11 Feb. last. In the presence of lord chancellor Audeley, the duke of Norfolk, earls of Hertford and Surrey, Stephen bp. of Winchester, Thos. bp. of Westminster, Nic. bp. of Rochester, Arthur bp. of Bangor, Geo. bp. of Chichester, John viscount Lisle, Great Admiral, Wm. lord St. John, Chamberlain, Wm. lord Wyndesore, lord Wm. Howarde, Sir John Gage, Comptroller, Sir Ant. Wyngfelde, Sir Ant. Browne, captain of the Pensioners, Sir Thos. Wrythesley and Wm. Paget, prime secretaries, John Redman and Edw. Leighton, professors of theology, and many others (not named).
Notarial certificates appended of Ric. Watkins, LL.B., the King's prothonotary, and of Thos. Argall, of Winchester diocese, notary public.
Lat., pp. 10. Modern transcript from the Archives at Ghent.
R.O. [Spanish Calendar, VI. II., No. 145.]
604. The Queen of Hungary to Chapuys.
By her letters of the 22nd and the papers therewith, satisfied the chief point of his letters of the 17th and 20th inst.; and she is accordingly despatching the king of arms, Toison d'Or, towards Calais to await him of England and (upon Chapuys's writing to him) to fulfil his charge. Was pleased to hear of the King's good will to the accomplishment of the treaty, who rightly considers that the sooner he declares himself the more perplexed the French will be. Although de Roeulx has, since Chapuys wrote, retired, so as not to weary his men now, when no great exploit is possible for want of forage, she hopes that the King will still order his captain of Guisnes to have intelligence with De Roeulx and devise with him for the damaging of the common enemy. Is writing comformably to De Roeulx; and, if the captain (who will obey the command to the letter) has only been written to to join with De Roeulx in the field, Chapuys shall help to get him ordered to assist De Roeulx in any case when required. Since the King is so willing to send men over sea, she will not press for the defensive assistance, under the treaty, until the French approach nearer, although she has news that the King of France assembles on this side Paris and will throw all his strength upon the countries of her government.
Chapuys did well to impress the King with the unreasonableness of the Duke of Cleves, who should incur the indignation of all Princes by so absolutely refusing what his Commissioners so solemnly promised : but, as she wrote before, the Duke has so well learnt the school of France that he uses more wilfulness than reason. It was also prudent to excuse the declaration which the King wished to make to the Duke's agent under condition of declaring himself enemy; which would not be to the reputation either of the Emperor or the King, as the Duke would almost certainly persist in his refusal and the French and Clevois would attribute the declaration to some request made from hence. Thinks it better that the King should declare himself the Duke's enemy according to the 6th article of the treaty, and dismiss his agent in such a manner that the cause of it may not be disguised, for the Clevois always persuade their friends that the King will not be their enemy. Chapuys shall use dexterity to get the King to declare against Cleves, whose favour in Germany is already much diminished by his refusal of the truce, which the Estates of the Empire made sure of on his side.
Wrote in her last that the King's ambassadors would know what the Emperor will do this season before concluding particulars of the enterprise, which they do not consider to be settled. Cannot answer this until news comes of the Emperor s arrival in Italy and subsequent decision, which she expects daily and will at once report to the King. As the season advances, and the Emperor and King could hardly be ready for any great exploit at the day named, Chapuys shall do well to persuade the King that, if unable to make enterprise against France, he may assist the Emperor to continue the war either with money or men.
Cleves continues to besiege Heynsberge, where he has lost many men; and she is sending the Prince of Orenges with 3,000 horse and a good number of foot to encamp between the enemies and Maistricht and harass their camp.
The English ambassadors have presented Chapuys's letters of the 12th inst. and required the exemption of English merchants from the impost of the centiesme. To induce them to give up their suit, she said that she would not dispute whether it was in accordance with the intercourse but hoped that the King would not prejudice the Emperor by stopping it (for if the English were exempt all other strangers must also be so) especially as the proceeds were to be used against the common enemy and she was content to give his subjects letters of non prejudice. The ambassadors answered that the tenor of the intercourse was clear, and the intercourse was confirmed by the treaty of closer amity and the King had absolutely declared that he would not consent. Replied only that she had no notice of this from Chapuys. Requires him again to pray the King, for her sake, to consent to it, at least for one year; and meanwhile she has decided to levy the impost, and therefore requires to know with diligence if it causes any irritation. If the King persists in stopping the impost he ought to stop all imposts made by himself and his predecessors since the year 1445, because the intercourse of the year 20, confirmed by the treaty of closer alliance, says that Flemish subjects should pay no other gabelles than those due by the intercourse of 1495, which says that the imposts paid are to be such as were taken before 1445, since which time the English have imposed several. Before insisting upon this, waits to see what the King will finally do about the centiesme.
While writing, has received letters from De Roeulx enclosing one to him from the Captain of Guisnes, to the effect that, after the 2,500 archers and 200 horse which the King is to send hither arrive, he is charged to assist De Roeulx against the French if they invade Flanders on the frontiers adjoining the English in case De Roeulx will complete the destruction of the castles and villages of Boulognois. The Captain's orders are therefore entirely conditional; and Chapuys must see if he can obtain others.
French, pp. 6. Modern transcript of a Vienna MS. headed : 27 May, 1543.
Dasent's A. P. C., 140.
605. The Privy Council.
Meeting at Hampton Court, 28 May. Present : Russell, Hertford, Winchester, Westminster, Browne, Wriothesley, Paget. Business :— On the French ambassador's writing that, notwithstanding the letter to North and Pope to set Frenchmen at large, one Estienne de Val remained in the Marshalsea, a letter was written to North and Pope to dismiss him like the rest. Letters sent to Sir Chr. Morres to deliver to Nic. Gainsforth, deputy of lord Gray, captain of Hampnes castle, certain powder, &c. (detailed); and to the mayor of Wykham to apprehend and send hither one Laurence who had accused the curate there of treason.
606. The Privy Council to Seymour and Wotton.
The King has received your sundry letters, accepts your proceedings, and has willed us to signify that, yesterday, at high mass, in presence of the Ambassador, Council, gentlemen of the Privy Chamber and a great number of other gentlemen and chaplains, he ratified and sware to the treaty with the Emperor; reading the oath himself, bareheaded. This day Garter, the principal herald, is despatched to Calais to attend the coming of the herald from the Regent and accompany him to the French Court. This you shall signify to the Regent and require her to take order (as the treaty covenants) for men to be sent to the sea within a month after the intimation of war.
Draft in Paget's hand, p. 1. Endd. : Mynute to Mr. Seymour and Mr. Wotton, xxviijo Maii 1543.
2. Copy of the preceding.
P. 1. Endd.
Sadler State Papers, I., 209.
607. Sadler to Arran.
Forwards two letters received this morning from the ambassadors in England. Understands that they are for prorogation of the truce to 1 July, and to signify the repair hither of Sir George Douglas with diligence; and begs to know on what day the prorogation shall be proclaimed, that he may warn Suffolk, the King's lieutenant on the Borders, to make like proclamation.
Headed : To the Governor, 28th May, 1543.
R.O. St. P., IX. 386.
608. Seymour and Wotton to Henry VIII.
This day the Queen sent for them, to participate news from her ambassador in England; which was that Henry purposed to ratify the league on Corpus Christi Day and would that the defiance to the enemy should go forth with speed (and therefore she sends a herald to Calais to-morrow, to await the coming of Henry's and carry out the instructions already sent to Henry), and that, although the defiance be not yet executed, Henry would let the captain of Guisnes with 2,500 archers and 300 (sic) horsemen join Mons. de Reux in following his enterprise in Boulognois. De Reux has retired, after doing much hurt, but his men shall be soon ready if necessary; and she thanks Henry for his forwardness. The Ambassador also signified that the French ambassadors (fn. 1) in Scotland had maigre chere of the Governor, who had all the realm at his command save one castle or port (fn. 2) which is to come in by a certain day. She said the French boasted that Henry was offering them friendship; which she thought was "but a French tale." She hears nothing of the Emperor's arrival in Italy.
The siege of Heynsborgh continues. De Corrieres, to-day, says that the Prince of Orange, with 24 ensigns of lantzknechts, besides horsemen, shall encamp over the Mase to levy it. The French king comes himself, with a great power, and they here would prevent his joining the Clevoys. Bruxelles, 28 May, 1543. Signed.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd.
Cranmer's Misc. Wr., 83. (Parker Soc.).
609. "The King's Book." (fn. 3)
The Institution of a Christian Man, with amendments in the text suggested by Henry VIII., and annotations on the King's amendments by Cranmer.
Extracts from this are also printed in Strype's Cranmer pp. 137, 757-763.
2. "Confirmation agreed upon, communi consensu."
The article on Confirmation, as it appears in the Necessary Doctrine, with a few verbal differences.
Pp. 7. With several corrections in the King's hand, only one of which was finally adopted.
|Cleop E. v. 5. B. M.||
3. An explanation of the Creed, article by article, with corrections in
the King's own hand. Nearly the same as that contained in the Necessary
Chapter I. of a treatise (fn. 4) fairly written, and evidently by one of the new learning, entitled "The Three Manners of Priesthood," consisting of eight chapters, of the titles of which a list is premised, as follows :—
"1. Of the Creation of Man, of the three Tabernacles, of the Word of the Covenant, and of three maner (sic) of priesthood.
"2. How to know God and how water is turned into wine.
"3. How obedience is the spirit and sanctifying of all flesh.
"4. How that obedience is the manifest and sanctified name of Christ, as concerning the flesh, and when he is so considered the mysteries of Scripture be opened.
"5. Of two maner (sic) of mortifying of the flesh, one unto life eternal, which sanctifyeth, th'other unto damnation unremissyble.
"6. What is meaned by these words, 'Under the law,' 'Under grace,' and 'In Christ Jesu.'
"7. Of the bosom of Habraham, of Free Will, Liberty and of Bandage (sic).
"8. An interpretation of all the Cithean (sic) words, otherwise called Trojans, that be in Scripture, upon which words lyeth the key and understonding of all the true meaning, and overcoming of the adversaries, as appeareth Numeri xxiiij D, Isaii xxiij AB."
Pp. 13. In Derby's hand. Begins : It may appear unto us.
2. Chapters 2 to 8 of the above treatise. But the title of Chapter 5 is
"Of justification, of faith, obedience and good works;" and Chapters 6 to
8 correspond to the titles 5 to 7 in the list of contents.
Pp. 33. In the same hand as the preceding.
3. A mystical discourse on "the Scythian language" and its importance
for the interpretation of the Scriptures. Evidently intended for Chapter
8 of the same treatise, according to list of contents.
Pp. 13. In the same hand. Begins : "By the texts of Scripture and the interpretation of certain words in the Cythians tongue."
The title on a blank flyleaf at the beginning is in a later hand.
4. Miscellaneous extracts from the Gospel of St. Matthew, arranged in
the order of the chapters.
Pp. 12. In the same hand.
611. Theological. (fn. 5)
On The Lord's Supper.
"An exposition upon this place of Mark xiv., Manducantibus illis accepit Jesus panem, etc."
Pp. 12. Headed in another hand "Duodecimus."
Begins :—"The men of the Old Testament had a sacrament, which was the Paschal Lamb."
Ends :—"he shall find no lack in me."
2. A discourse on the Fall, the promised Seed, and the Life, Death, and
Resurrection of Christ.
Pp. 23. Begins :—"In the beginning God created Heaven and Earth, sea and land, and all things contained in them."
Ends :—"More present I say is Christ with us by his Spirit as touching our doctrine and instruction for our soul health than ever he was by his bodily presence."
3. A treatise on Justification by Faith, under the following marginal
heading, viz. : "Faith what ? Hope. How Faith doth justify. Merits
what ? Purgatory. What harm do ensue of the opinion of purgatory.
Begins :—"Then said Jesus, Daughter be of good comfort, thy faith hath made thee safe," &c.
Pp. 7. The last article in a different hand from the rest.
4. Minute of a sermon on Predestination, Free Will and Foreknowledge.
Begins :—"At that time Jesus answered and said, I praise thee O
Father, Lord of Heaven and Earth, because thou hast hid these things,"
"Here Christ answereth to a privy question that might be moved, why the Jews remained in infidelity when the Gentiles received the Faith at first preaching. The answer is because a great number of the Jews, as the Scribes and Pharasees, were proud, thinking them to have all wisdom."
5. An exposition of St. James ii. 14, showing that St. James is in
agreement with St. Paul on justification by faith.
Pp. 10. Headed :—"I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh," &c. Joel ii.
6. A Treatise on the Necessity of Penance and Confession.
Pp. 7. Begins : As by the disobedience of one man sin entered, &c.
At the end is a form of absolution in Latin in a different hand from the text, and a translation of it in English.
7. Remarks upon Ezek. xviii. 20-24, in refutation of the "Sophysters,"
who uphold purgatory and maintain that forgiveness does not remit
Begins : "Ezechiell, capit. decimo octavo. The son shall not bear the father's offence," &c.
Ends : their household and children should live.
8. Miscellaneous extracts from the Pentateuch and Joshua—arranged
Begins :—"Genes., cap. ii., D. And clave to his wife, and they two were both naked, the man and the wife, and were not ashamed."
"Cap. iii., B. And he ete; then were the ees (eyes) of them both," &c. Pp. 19.
9. On the Dignity of the Priesthood.
Begins :—"Dices Episcopi et sacerdotes indigni sunt qui verbum predicent aut administrent sacramenta.—Respondeo &c."
Ends :—"Item Ambrosius de Dignitate Sacerdotali ca. 5. Homo (inquit) imponit manus; Deus largitur gratiam. Sacerdos imponit supplieem dexteram; et Deus benedicit potenti dextera. Episcopus initiat ordinem; et Deus tribuit dignitatem."
Lat. Pp. 2. At the end is written in another hand : "Wherefore we must think."
10. Fragment of a Paraphrase of St. Matthew, ch.x and xi. Lat., Pp. 32. Beginning :—"Si viderint vos ingratos esse cum ijs qui nobis ante erant charissimi, quis charitatem ullam impendet nobis ? Sed neque istud vos perterreat. Ego ita vobis multorum graciam conciliabo ut non deerint vobis amici spirituales, qui abunde que sunt necessaria vobis ministrabunt. Faciam ut sperent se mercedem pietatis quam vobis exhibebunt, accepturos in celis."
11. Translation of "The treate of the [differ]ences or stryffes, of
scysmes and dyvysions, and of the concyles of the Holy Churche Gallycan,
composed by M. John le Mayre, of Belges, hystoryogra[pher] of Dame
Margaret august quene of Spayne." (fn. 6)
Fragment, badly mutilated, pp. 8.
12. Paper entitled "Rationes moventes me ut non temere ab ecclesia
Giving numerous brief reasons arranged under two heads, viz. :—
1. Because it has been under the guidance of Christ's Holy Spirit.
2. Because the rule of faith is not entirely to be found in Scripture.
Lat., pp. 5. Begins : "Quamquam Scriptura Sacra non omnia semper plane expresserit."
13. Sermon "pro feriis Rogationum," on James, v. .
ii. Another on James, i. .
iii. A number of theological common places. Written apparently by an opponent of the Reformation.
Lat. p. 1.
All three in the same hand.
14. An exposition on the words In principio erat Verbum.
Begins : "Istud in primis expendendum est quid sibi velit."
Lat., pp. 46.
R.O. [Spanish Calendar, VI., II., No. 140.]
612. Chapuys to Charles V.
Received by way of Flanders the Emperor's letters of 12 April, and afterwards, by his man, the duplicate of them and the power mentioned therein, in virtue of which the ratification and oath were, the day before yesterday, made with the same solemnities; as appears by documents which he will forthwith send to the Queen Regent, as commanded, together with the treaty signed by the Emperor with the great seal which his man brought. As to the specification of claims (pretenses) and other quarrels, besides those mentioned in the treaty, the King admitted those contained in the Emperor's said letters and also those added since by Grandvelle, as appears by the copy (herewith) of the instructions of the king of arms. The King agrees that the Emperor's king of arms should rather protest to continue the war than to make a new defiance. Touching the obtaining of the King's express declaration of Holstein and Cleres for common enemies the Council have advised Chapuys to defer urging it until the defiance is made to France and things are hotter, when the King would do it much more willingly. Besides they affirmed that it was unnecessary, being comprised in the generality. The King seems to intend first to send privately to the said Dukes to warn them to desist from troubling the Emperor. With regard to the common invasion the Emperor will have already learnt the King's inclination, by what Chapuys has written to Grandvelle, and at present he can add nothing therein to his letters (copy herewith) to the Queen Regent. The Emperor will likewise have learnt the release of the Cardinal of Scotland and events there. Thanks for acceptance of his services in achieving the treaty. London, 29 May 1543.
French, pp. 3. Modern transcript of a Vienna MS. endorsed : receues a Cremone, le xve de Juing 1543.
R.O. [Spanish Calendar, VI, II., No. 146.]
613. Chapuys to the Queen Of Hungary.
Since his last, of the 20th inst., has received hers of the 22nd, with the instructions, which are approved by the King and Council. The only alterations made appear by the copy herewith and seem immaterial, although the English have omitted in the said copy a certain clause which they put in the article "Si le roy de France voulloit furnir aux choses dessusdits en dedans dix jours," viz., the addition "ou donner pleges suffisantes pour ce faire." The King was pleased with her concurrence in his opinion that the kings of arms ought to refer to one another. Thinks that Thoyson d'Or will be already at Calais. If he were late it would much displease the King, who has sent thither in haste Garter, his first king of arms.
Where she desires to know what passed between the King and him touching the enterprise for this year against France; has not gone beyond what Grandvelle wrote, and never said what the Ambassadors reported to her, although he has said (as of himself, like all the rest) that he believed that the Emperor would take counsel and advice of the King touching the place of entry. All that he has said has been as of himself and on the supposition that the Emperor should have the opportunity, and she knows the occasion, viz., a little want of willingness to listen to the enterprise this year, as he wrote on the 18th, although these ministers always give out that they are ready. When shown that they had not provided victuals, they have answered that they had already put 1,000 qr. of wheat in barrel and 4,000 to make beer, and as for flesh they expected to get some from the enemies, and that, touching carriage, ships for passage and assistance of victuals, the ambassadors with her were specially charged to learn what aid the King could have; but when Chapuys came to speak of the horse they were perplexed and could not answer, especially when he said that they could not get those of Flanders as the Emperor would need them. In the end they said that that did not matter and they would always be able to get some. Believes that the principal thing with which he cooled them is the lateness of the Emperor's passage.
Because Chapuys was unwell on the day of the Holy Sacrament, (fn. 7) the oath was put off till Sunday last, when all passed in the requisite fashion, as she will see by the documents (pieces), which he will send as soon as possible, some of which are still in the hands of the secretaries. After the oath Chapuys presented her letters and declared his credence; which the King took well, saying with a sigh that it was marvellous that nothing was yet heard of the Emperor's passage, and that the season was already so advanced that the proposed enterprise would be difficult, and that the other matter, of Montreul (of which Chapuys spoke), was more feasible and very important, and ought to be kept in view, and he for his part would not sleep. Afterwards he said that he was advertised that Vendosme was at Montreul with a good company of men of war, waiting for the rest; and that the king of France had sworn not to desist from war in Harthois till its entire conquest, an obstinacy which might prove his ruin, for it would be easy to defend that quarter if the Emperor's troops were not occupied elsewhere, with whom he may join as many of his as seems good. And here he prayed Chapuys to write again to suggest reinstating the truce with Cleves, as when Cleves, like Scotland was detached from France, the enemy would be stripped of every intelligence.
Has heard divers times from those of the Council that their affair with Scotland stands well. The four ambassadors are still here and well treated. The fifth, viz., George Douglaz, brother of the earl, is returned in haste to Scotland and will be here shortly with some good resolution. Duke Philip, under colour of offering himself and men of war to the King's service in case of necessity, came to resume the old question of the marriage with the Princess, giving out among other things that he had promise of the Lutheran League that in case of the death of the Elector Palatine he would be preferred to his uncle Duke Frederic and Otto Henry his elder brother. But all availed him little, and he has gone with a present worth 2,000 cr. Has failed to persuade the Council to take the imposts in good part, and they have finally prayed him earnestly to supplicate her to accept the present which their merchants wish to make her instead. By what he writes and what the ambassadors tell her she will recognise whether the despatches to them are communicated to him, and can act accordingly. London, 29 May 1543.
French. Modern transcript from Vienna, pp. 5.
614. Sadler to [Parr.]
My lord of Suffolk, by his last letters, as your Lordship knows, required me to advertise you what day the proclamations were made in Scotland for prorogation of the truce to 1 July, that you might cause the semblable to be done within your office. This morning, the Governor says that yesterday he sent command to Maxwell to make the proclamations within his office on the West Marches, and that this morning like command is sent to all the wardens of the East and Middle marches; so that this day and to-morrow the proclamations shall be made all along the Borders. Edinburgh, 29 May.
P.S.—"Yesternight arrived here Sir George Douglas, and, a little before him, came to this-town the Governor, out of the West parts."
Hol., p. 1. Flyleaf with address lost. Endorsement pasted on : Mr. Sadleyr l're.
R. O. St P., IX. 393.
615. Bonner to Henry VIII.
On Friday the 25th, the Emperor came hither from Savone with all his galleys of Spain, Geane, Naples, Sicily and Monaco; and all his ships, for conducting of which he stayed at Marseilles, the Isles of Eres, and divers places in the Ryver of Geane. Describes manœuvres at Marseilles, where two French galleys shot at the Emperor's galley, but were driven off by Ant. Dorea. The Emperor appeared right welcome here and was salnted with gun shot. The same morning the Nuncio departed hence to the Bishop of Rome at Bononye, on whose return it will be known whether there shall be a meeting; which in any case would be merely "for a visage that th' Emperor doth not contemn." The duke of Castro, the Bishop's son, was here to receive the Emperor, and departed on the 29th with the duke of Cameryne, either to arrange for the meeting to be at Plaisance or Mantua, or else to reconcile the duchess of Cameryne with the Duke. Guasto, with 200 horse and his guard came hither to meet the Emperor, as did the duke of Florence. Mons. de Boysie, Master of the Horses, lately returned hither; and from Sicily returned the Viceroy, to accompany the Emperor to Flanders, while Aguilar remains viceroy of Sicily. Some marvel that the Emperor comes so feeble, considering the doing of the Frenchmen and the Turk's coming to Hungary, but it is thought he intends to do his feats in Flanders.
Before leaving Spain, besides letters by Mr. Chamberlayne and Atkynson, wrote from Barcelone 30 April, and from Rosas 14 May, by way of Bilbao and St. Sebastian's. Sends copies of these letters herewith. From hence, or from Pavia, will write other occurrents. Geanes, 29 May. Signed.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd. : 1543.
2. Duplicate of the preceding, headed in Bonner's hand The copy of
my letter sent from Geanes upon the Emperor's arrival there out of
Pp. 3. Add. Endd.
616. Bonner to Wriothesley.
Before leaving Spain, besides letters by Mr. Chamberlayne and your servant Edm. Atkinson, I sent from Barcelone, by way of Bilbao, and from Rosas, by way of St. Sebastian's, letters both to the King and yourself. Coming to Geanes, advertises the King of the Emperor's arrival here, in letters now sent which he desires W. to deliver. Geanes, 29 May. Signed.
P. 1. Add. : "chief secretary to the King's most excellent majesty." Endd. : 1543.
R. O. [Spanish Calendar, VI. II., No. 145*]
617. Charles V. to Chapuys.
On landing here received his letters of the 2nd, 9th and 18th ult. This is only to advertise his arrival, which was on the 20th, after being at sea 25 days because of contrary wind, without any other inconvenience. Will leave this on Saturday next, 2nd inst. (sic) and go straight to Mantua without sojourning anywhere unless with the Pope, two or three days only, and thence proceed towards Trent. Granvelle meets him at Mantua in order that the final determination may be the sooner taken concerning the Emperor's passage to the Low Countries. Will then send particular instructions. Gennes, 30 May 1543.
French, p. 1. Modern transcript from Vienna.
Dasent's A P. C., 140.
618. The Privy Council.
Meeting at Hampton Court, 29 May. Present : Privy Seal, Browne, Wingfield, Paget. Business :—Commission directed to the lord Chief Justice, Dr. Peter and Dr. Tregonwell to hear a dispute between the bp. of Bangor and John Gueneth, clk.
Of meetings at Hampton Court on the 30th and Westminster on the 31st, with the same presence. No business is recorded.
Another meeting at Westm., 31 May. Present : Canterbury, Chancellor, Norfolk, Hertford, Westminster, St. John, Gage, Browne, Wingfield, Paget, Dacres. No business recorded.
619. Wallop to the Council.
This morning at 5 o'clock, received their letters of the 28th, and will speak again with De Rieulx who is now on the borders of Hennowey with Mons. Darscott besieging a castle called Guy in Terras, probably the new castle which the French began to build two years past. Will write him the King's pleasure, so that he may either come himself or send his opinion. As to the taking of Mounstrell with the aid of 3,000 footmen and 600 horse, De Rieulx did not speak of the keeping of it, "because it was doubtful whether it should be taken or not, as shall appear unto your Lordships by a memory of his own hand which I required of him." He said, if the King should send over his great power, he was sure to take it or force the French to battle and then take it; victuals might always be conveyed thither by the river that comes from St. Omez, on which stand many peels and strong castles of the Emperor's; he had to go towards Hennowey, but would be glad, when the King's power came, to resort to Calais and consult for the taking and keeping of Mounstrell and other things to be done this year. Asked him, for the course to be made with the 3,000 foot and 600 horse, what number he would bring; and he said the number he had last in Boullonoyez, viz. 6,000 foot, 1,400 horse, 2 cannons and 4 fawconetts. Has no other news than he wrote yesterday to Mr. Wriothesley, herewith enclosed. Guisnes, 31 May. Signed.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd. : 1543.
ii. Memorandum (enclosed in the preceding) to the effect that if the King furnishes a succour of 2,000 foot and 200 horse it should, upon the writer's notice to the captain of Guisnes, be sent straight to this place of Munequebrughe; but if the King will make a course with 3,000 English and 600 horse Montreul might be taken by surprise or the Boulenois wasted; and if the King will make a great army Montreul could be taken or the enemy forced to give battle. For the aforesaid course 2 cannons, 2 demicannons and 2 sight pieces are necessary and should have horses belonging to them.
French, p. 1. In De Roeulx's hand.
620. Henry Michell to Lord Lisle.
Has received his letter showing that he is informed that goods and money of Thos. Garnettes are "restrained in my hands by the customer's deputy of Weymouth." Explains that the goods were entrusted to him by Thos. [Ga]rnet and Gregory Saltford to be sold for Sir Wm. Baily, alderman of London, in repayment of money lent upon the ship and goods, at Burduose, by John Towler, Baily's deputy. The customer took nothing but the King's custom and prisage. Melcome, 31 May.
Hol., p. 1. Add : "[To the] right honorable [the lord] Lysley, admiral [of Englan]d be this delivered."
621. Petrus A Boes to Seymour.
After wishing victory and happiness to Henry VIII., King of England and France, "duci Herlandiæ (Nerlandæ in the address) et domino in Wals," the writer reminds the Ambassador of his offer to levy 12,000 footmen upon conditions which the King prescribed to him by letter brought by bearer; which letter he now sends (hearing that the Ambassador is in the Emperor's Court), and intimates that he is ready to provide the men (except against the Emperor or Electors). Bearer is a most intimate friend, who can treat the most secret matters and make any contract, but, if required, the writer himself will come to the Ambassador, or to the King. "Pridie K. Junias."
Latin. Hol., pp. 2. Headed : "Memoria illarum litterarum quas ad me R. M. 12 Januarn anno 1542, per suos Consiliarios, misit, quemadmodum tibi, generosissimo meo Domino, dilucide exhibebitur; idque tua Celsitudo facile cognoscet." Add. : Nobilissimo, &c., "legato invictissimi Regis Angliæ, Franciæ, ducis Nerlandiæ, etc., amico meo præcipuo, ad manus detur"; and, below that, marked (by Wotton) "Recepimus pridie non. Jun. 1543." Endd. : Heir Peter de Boys to Sir Thomas Seymour.
622. The Defiance To France.
Commission to Chr. Barkar, alias Garter king of Arms, to declare, jointly with a herald of the Emperor Charles V., Henry VIII.'s ultimatum to Francis I., in accordance with the King's instructions; and, if satisfactory answer is not made within ten days, to declare war. Hampton Court,—(blank) May 1543, 35 Hen. VIII.
Lat. Draft, pp. 2.
ii. "Instructions pour Gartier, primier roy d'armes, de ce qu'il aura affaire en France avec le roy d'armes que l'Empereur envoyera en sa compagnie.
"Primierement ledit Gartier ayant avecques luy sa commission de roy d'armes pour en faire ostention s'il en sera"—(breaks off abruptly) Pp. 3. Endd. : M. of Mr. Garter's commission.
2. "Instruction pour Francoys de Phallaix, conseilleur de l'Empereur et
son primier roy d'armes, de ce qu'il aura a fayre en France avecq le roy
d'armes ou herault que le roy de France et d'Engleterre vouldra envoyer
en sa compaignie."
To go, provided with his commission as king of arms, to Calais, and there await the coming of the king of arms of England. When ready to proceed, they shall send a trumpet or other messenger to the next good town of France for the French king's safe conduct. That obtained, they shall go to the French Court and to the King's presence, of whom De Phalaix, without salutation or recommendation, shall require liberty to express his charge; and, on receiving that assurance, shall say as follows : —That the Emperor (considering the present troubles of Christendom, chiefly due to the king of France, by reason of this war, contrary to his treaties and promises, and without preliminary defiance, recommenced, and that the Turk daily advances in invading the lands of the Christians), with the advice of the King of England, his ally, has sent him (De Phalaix) to require Francis, in the first place, to consider that the Turk for years past has striven to subdue the countries of the Christians, and therefore the Emperor requires him as a king bearing the title of "tres Chrestien" to leave all intelligence with the Turk and withdraw his ambassadors and agents, and also to indemnify the King of the Romans and states of the Empire for the damage they have received from the Turk at his solicitation, restore Maran to the King of the Romans, pay the King of France and England all that is owing by virtue of past treaties (as that King's king of arms will declare), (fn. 8) cease making war on the Emperor, and pay all expenses caused thereby, restore all lands which he and his predecessors have usurped from the Empire, and reinstate the duke of Savoy. (fn. 9) Doing this, the Emperor, with the consent of the King of France and England, will be content to make peace with him. Then, after the king of arms of England has likewise declared his charge, (fn. 9) if the French king demands the proposition in writing, De Phalaix shall give it, desiring answer within ten days. If asked whether he has charge to accord conditions of peace, De Phalaix shall say that, if the above points are satisfied within ten days, the Emperor will depute commissioners, with those of England, to accord the peace. If the French king refuse the request, or make excuses (as is probable), or defer answer beyond the ten days, or will not give any answer, De Phalaix shall say that if he will not agree to such reasonable requests, the Emperor summons him to accomplish them all, and also to restore to the Emperor and his successors the duchy of Burgundy, counties of Charloys, Auxerrois and Masconnois, vicomté of Auxone, "seigneuries de Chastel Synon, Bar sur Seine et resort de St. Laurens, Amyens, Abbeville, Corbye, Peronne, et St. Quentin" (fn. 10) with recompense of fruits levied during their occupation, also to restore to the King of France and England all detained from him (as his king of arms will declare); likewise to restore to the Emperor the towns, &c. of Hesdin, Astenay, Ivoix and Dampvilliers and to the Empire, the countries of Provence, Daulphiné and others adjacent; moreover to fulfil the treaties of Madrid and Cambray; and also to restore to the abp. of Valence the 25,000 cr. which he was constrained to pay, together with damages for his long and unjust captivity. Otherwise the Emperor will, with the aid of God and assistance of the King of France and England, pursue the war which the French king has so unreasonably commenced, and will not listen to truce or amity without the knowledge and consent of the King of France and England.
De Phalaix shall then wait while the king of arms of England declares his charge; and shall note all that is said to him, so as to be able to write it at his return. In going and returning he shall avoid speaking of the war or of the Emperor and King.
French. Draft, pp. 6. Endd. Th'instruccion of the herald.
|Add. MS. 28,591, f. 79. B.M. [Spanish Calendar, VI. II. No. 142.]||
3. Modern copy of the above instructions from a Brussels MS., which
contains the following additional matter at the end, viz. :—
In going and returning, &c. (as in § 2), so as to give no occasion of jealousy, he shall speak with no one except in presence of the English herald. [In margin : That is, if he shall speak to the Queen of France, and it seems not.] The Council has debated whether the Emperor's king of arms could not speak for both princes, especially if the English should so require, and have thought best that each should speak for his own prince, as well to avoid debate if the King of England wished to use words which could not be entirely avouched, such as supreme head of the English Church, as also to demonstrate that each prince takes the affair to heart.
French. Modern copy from Brussels, pp. 6.
|Add. MS. 28,173 f. 974. B.M.||
4. Another, and rather faulty, modern copy apparently from the same
MS. at Brussels, which is stated to be a draft.
Fr. Pp. 12.
|623. Grants in May 1543.|
|1. Robt. Baxster. Licence to alienate a messuage, &c., formerly in tenure of Geolf. Hoke and afterwards of Wm. Bekam and Joan his wife, in the parish of St Martin in le Vyntre, London, which belonged to the hospital of St. Mary without Bysshoppesgate, London; to Thos. Hargrave and Oliver Hall, to the use of the said Robt and Joan his wife and the heirs of the said Robt. Westm., 1 May Pat. 35 Hen. VIII. p. 2. m. 18.|
|2. Bishoprie of Chichester Mandate to the abp of Canterbury to confirm and conseerate George Day, King's chaplain, who has been duly elected bp. of Chichester vice Richard, the last bishop, translated to Cov. and Lichfield. Westm., 29 April 35 Hen VIII. Del. Westm., 1 May—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 28. Rymer. XIV, 781.|
|3. Wm. Jezequel alias Jesequall, native of Brittany. Denization. Westm., 25 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. (no place named) 1 May.—P S. Pat. P. 7. m. 26 (dated 8 May).|
|4. Edw. Fenes lord Clynton and Saye, and Robt. Turwitt, of the Household. Grant, in fee to the said Edw., for 877l 14s. 2d., of a windmill in Cambryngham, Line., which belonged to Hulton priory, Staff.; lands in Fleckney, Leic., parcel of Wystowe rectory, Leic., which belonged to Sulby mon., Ntht.; Northrawceby grange and the grange in Northrawceby, Rutl. and Linc., in tenure of Edw. Sapcottes, which belonged to Swynneshed mon. : a toft and lands in tenure of Wm. Mounson in Herwyk, Torkesey and Fenton, Linc., which belonged to Catley priory; the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Thorney, Notts, which belonged to Brodholme mon.; the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Bamburgh, Linc., which belonged to Bridlington priory; Templecombe manor, Som., which belonged to Templecombe preceptory, and St. John's of Jerusalem, and all possessions of that preceptory in Templecombe; a messuage called Romehowse in Okeford Fitzpayne, Dors., and other lands (specified and tenants named) there and in Wynealton, Soms., which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem; Wyken manor, Leic, which belonged to Nonne Eton mon., Warw.; lands in tenure of Robt. Mower in Kneton, Notts, which belonged to Welbeck mon.; the manor of Landough Este, and advowson of the vicarage of Llandough and Leekwythe, co Glam., which belonged to Tewkesbury mon.; tithes of Perfyttes lands and of all other lands in Lee and Cleverdon, Wilts., which belonged to Malmesbury; and Hampen manor, Glouc., which belonged to Quenyngton preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem. Westm., 30 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 May.—P.S. (slightly mutilated and stained). Pat. p. 10, m. 10.|
|5. Sir Arthur Darey and Mary his wife. Licence to alienate the house &c. of the late priory of Clementhorpe and lands in Clementhorp, Bishopthorp, Knavysmyer, Busterthorp, and Middelthorp, in co. city York, and in Sandehoton and Sandehoton Carre, Yorks.; to Ric. Goldthorp and Joan his wife, and the heirs of the said Ric Westm., 2 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 14.|
|6. Sir John Mordaunt. Licence to alienate a third part of Drayton manor, Ntht.; to John Lynne and Ric. Morgan to be regranted to the said Sir John and his heirs Westm., 2 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2. m. 31.; also on p. 7, m. 4.|
|7. Sir Robt. Southwell, M.R. Licence to alienate the manors of Litell Pecham alias West Pecham and Swanton, Kent, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem, with appurtenances in Litell Pecham alias West Pecham, Estpecham, Hadlowe, Mereworth and Pepynbury; to Sir Edm. Walsyngham, lieutenant of the Tower, and Anne Greye his wife, in fee to the said Sir Edm. Westm., 2 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 4.|
|8. Yorks. Commission to Jas. Craythorne and Wm. Tankerd to make inq. p m. on the lands and heir of John Conyers, dec. Westm., 2 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 12d.|
|9. John Baptist and Lawrence Guyciardini and their fellowship, Florentine merchants resident in Antwerp. Licence (at the contemplation of the Lady Regent of the Emperor's Low Countries) to bring by sea out of France 600 tons of Gascon or French wine and Thoulouse woad into Flanders and the Low Countries, without hindrance. Westm., 28 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 2 May.—P.S. In English. Pat. p. 7, m. 19.|
|10. Edw Fenes lord Clynton and Saye, the King's servant, and Robt Turwitt, of the Household. Licence to alienate tithes of Profyttes (or Perfyttes) Londes in Lee and Cleverdon, Wilts., which belonged to Malmesbury mon., and all tithes which belonged to Malmesbury in Lee and Cleverdon; to Ric. Modye. Westm., 2 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII, p. 4, m. 5; also p. 12, m. 8.|
|11. Wm. Pynnock, one of the gentlemen ushers of the Chamber. To be general receiver of the lands of Eleanor late countess of Somerset called the Copercionars Lands, and of rents in the city of London belonging to a certain hospice of the King's called Warrewyckesinne; with 13l. 6s. 8d. a year; for life; as John Turnor or any other held the office; with fees from Mich. 33 Hen. VIII. since which he has exercised the office. Westm., 25 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm. 2 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 12. (dated 25 April). Cancelled on resignation 30 June 1 Edw. VI.|
|12. Wm Crane, of Saxstede, Suff. Fiat for his custody of 5 ae. of land in Tatington, Suff., which Ricardus de Canefelde, formerly rector of Tatington, appropriated to his church without licence, which church the bp. of Rochester holds to his own use; for 21 years; at 2s. 6d. rent. Del. Westm. 2 May 35 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed by Norfolk; and docketed : By mainprise of John Corbett and John Gibbes of London).|
13. Edw. Fenes lord Clynton and
Saye and Robt. Tyrwhitt or Turwhytt.
Licences to alienate, viz.—
i. The rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Bawmburgh, Linc., which belonged to Brydlington priory; to Robt. Dyghton of Parva Stirton, Linc., and his heirs. Westm., 3 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2. m. 16.
ii. Northerawceby grange and their grange in Northeraweeby, Rutl. and Linc., in tenure of Edw. Sapcottes, which belonged to Swynneshed mon.; a toft in tenure of Wm. Mounson in Herwyke, Torkesey and Fenton, Linc., which belonged to Catley priory; and the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Thorney, Notts., which belonged to Brodeholme priory; to Wm. Mounson of Carleton Paynell, Linc., and his heirs. Westm., 3 May. Pat p. 2, m. 16.
iii. A messuage and lands in Wykyn, Leic., in tenure of John Byrchley, to the said John Byrchley and the heirs of his body. Westm., 3 May. Pat. p 13, m. 17.
iv. A messuage and lands in Wykyn, Leic., in tenure of Ric. Pynchbek; to Wm. Baker, of Wykyn, and the heirs of his body. Westm., 3 May. Pat. p. 13, m. 17.
v. Two messuages and lands in Wykyn, Leic., in tenures of Wm. Wyghtman and Robt. Byrchley; to Wm. Wyghtman and the heirs of his body. Westm., 3 May. Pat. p. 13. m. 18.
|14. Ant. Ellys. Licence to alienate Stoke manor, Linc., and lands in tenure of Ric. Raskell. and lands late in tenure of John Langar, late rector of Kyrkestoke, in Northstoke and Southstoke, Linc.; to Hen. Fyssher. Westm., 4 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 6.|
|15. John Bened ap Res, of Dynlley, co. Caern. Pardon for the death of John ap William ap Hoell, of Pennarth, co. Caern., who attacked him at a place called Hoell Llanlliffny, co. Caern., on Sunday after St. Matthew's Day last. Westm., 4 May. Pat. 35 Henry VIII., p 2, m. 20.|
|16. Guy Babthorpe. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Hen. Babthorpe, dec. Del. Westm., 4 May.—S.B. (signed by lord St John, J. Hynde, and John Sewster). Pat. p. 2, m. 29.|
|17. Ph. Hobbye. Licence to alienate meadows and pastures (named and tenants named) beside Evesham, Worc.; to Ric. Sheldon for life, with remainder to Robt. Welshe, clk., and his heirs. Westm., 4 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 1.|
|18. Robt. Traps and John Chaundeler and Joan his wife. Licence to alienate the manors of Craultons and Monkyn, with lands (extent given) in Parva Marlowe, Magna Marlove, Chepyngwycombe and Hamulden, which manor of Monken and lands (extent given) Wm. Lovejoye holds for a term of years after which they revert to the inheritance of the said John Chaundeler; to Sir John Baldewyn and Alice Baldewyn his daughter and the heirs of the said Sir John. Westm., 4 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 25.|
|19. John Vandernot, denizen, native of the Emperor's dominions, physician and surgeon sworn unto the duke of Suffolk, free of the Company of Surgeons in London. Licence, solely or jointly with other expert persons, to practise the arts and sciences of physic and surgery, both within the liberties of London and other privileged places and elsewhere in England; and discharge for any penalties Incurred by practising heretofore, and from being empanelled upon inquests and juries. Westm., 27 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 May.—P.S. In English. Pat. p. 7, m. 18.|
|20. John Guyllmyn, serjeant of the Woodyard. Lease of the prise wines within the port of Bristol, viz. in the Kingrode, Hungrode, le Bak, and le Keye within the liberties of the town; for 41 years from the expiration of a 21 years' lease to Thos. White, of Coventry, and Henry White, of Bristol, merchants, dated 19 Nov. 16 Hen. VIII.; at 4l. rent. Westm., 27 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 7, m. 25. (Cancelled as Vacated 4 March 13 Eliz. on surrender by John Younge, who had acquired the interest thereof.)|
|21. Wm. Auston. Lease of the King's fourth part of the lordship or manor of Leyham, Suff., parcel of possessions of the late Queen Jane; with reservations; for 21 years; at 11l. 13s. 4d rent and 3s. 4d. increase. Westm., 30 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 7, m. 27.|
|22. John Flettcher. Letters of marque in the same form as No. 346, 58. Westm. 14 April 34 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 May 35 Hen. VIII.—P.S. in English. Pat. 31 Hen. VIII. p. 12, m. 20.|
|23. Sir Edw. Chamberleyn, Leonard Chamberleyn and Dorothy his wife. Licence to alienate the manor of Barton Seynt John and lands in Great Barton, Midle Barton, Standford and Ledwell, Oxon; to John Nudegate and Ric. Cripps and the heirs of the said John, to be regranted to the said Leonard and his heirs. Westm., 5 May Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 14.|
|24. Cheshire. Commission to Sir Hen. Delves, Ralph Maynwaryng and Hugh Starkye to make inq. p. m. on the lands and heir of Wm. Clayton. Westm., 5 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 12d.|
|25. Thos. Horseman, the King's servant. Lease of a house, barn and lands in Quarington, Olde Slefford and Kyrkeby, late pertaining to "le Slory et Illyngton," and closes called Walnutgarth and Ryecroft in Old Slefford manor, Linc., now in his tenure, parcel of the possessions of John lord Hussey, attainted; with reservations; for 21 years; at 9l. rent and 10s. increase. Westm., 26 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 5 May —P.S. Pat. p. 7, m. 15.|
|26. Sir Robert Bowes, King's servant. To be master forester and [master] of the hunt of deer within the lordship of Barnardes Castell, and steward of the lordship and constable and janitor of the castle; as Sir Wm. Conyers formerly lord Conyers, Wm. late earl of Southampton or Sir Chr. Conyers late lord Conyers held these offices. Westm., 1 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 5 "mens subscript." —P.S. Pat. p. 7, m. 24.|
|27. Edw. Blounte. Lease of meadows called Pyttesfeld and Sevarne Mede within the lordship of Ernwoode, Salop, parcel of the earldom of March; for 21 years; at 56s. 8d. rent and 12d. increase. Del. Westm., 5 May. S.B. (signed by Sir John Daunce and Sir Ric Southwell). Pat. p. 7. m. 27.|
|28. Thos. Gildon and Wm. Sandon, late of Aschby next Partney, Linc, and Ric. Cracroft, late of Leighburn, Linc., gentlemen. Pardon of all felonies committed before 1 May 35 Hen. VIII. : the said Thos and Wm., with Edw. Gilby, late of Westrandell, Linc., gent., being indicted for burglary committed 6 Feb. 32 Hen. VIII. at the house of Wm. Turner, clk., at Scremby, Linc., when they took away 10l. in money; and John Hargrave of Bollingbroke, Linc., gent., the said Ric., and Robt. Hatter, late of Stikiswold, yeoman, having, 18 Nov. 33 Hen. VIII., burglariously broken into the house of John Almondson and Eliz. his wife at Skerbek, Linc., whom they wounded, and carried off 61l. 15s in money; and also the said Gildon, and Edw. Gilby, late of Louth, Linc., gent., and Stephen Abraham, late of Skyrbek, yeoman, having, 12 Nov. 33 Hen. VIII., at Boston, procured and comforted the said Hargrave, Cracroft and Hatter to do the said burglary. Westm., 4 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 6 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 7|
|29. Sale of Crown Lands. Commission to Sir Ric. Riche, chanc. of Augmentations, Sir Ric. Southwell, one of the General Surveyors, Sir Edw. Northe, treas. of Augmentations, Sir John Williams, master of the Jewels, Sir Thos. Moyle, another of the General Surveyors, Wm. Whorwode, General Attorney, Walter Hendle, attorney general of Augmentations, Hen, Bradshaw, General Solicitor, and Wm. Staunforde, attorney general of the Court of General Surveyors, (for the relief of the King's great charges presently in hand for defence of his realm and subjects), to sell lands within the survey of the Augmentations and General Surveyors to the yearly value of 10,000l.; selling no manors, &c, above the yearly value of 40l. or parcels of such, except houses to which no lands belong in London or elsewhere, and except lands now granted for term of life or lives without rent paid; sales to be at 20 years' purchase, woods to be valued by the officers of the same, houses to which no lands pertain to be at 10 years' purchase, and other specified conditions. Westm., 3 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 6 May.—P.S. In English. Pat. p. 18, m. 19|
|30. Chr Smyth. Lease of the court, hall, chamber and orchard of Markesburye, Soms., and a house called Longstable at Hunstert, Soms., with appurtenances in various places (named) which belonged to Glastonbury mon.; for 21 years; at 8l. 13s. 6d. rent. Westm., 5 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 6 May. —P.S.|
|31. Felicia Herford, widow, late wife of Hen. Herford, dec. Lease of 3 tenements in Plymmouthe, Devon, worth 5 mks. a year; 3 messuages &c. in Benston and Eynesham Tylgartesley, Oxon, worth 4l. 4s. a year; and a messuage and 2 shops &c. in Eynesham, Oxon, worth 10s. a year : seized for the debt of John Hereford and the said Henry, his son, collector of customs and subsidies of Plymouth and Fowey; for life or 50 years from Mich. 33 Hen. VIII.; at 8l. 8d. rent. Westm., 3 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. (no place named) 7 May —P.S Pat. p. 7, m. 15.|
|32. John Veale (Weale in Pat. Roll), S.T.B., King's chaplain. Presentation to the parish church of All Saints ad Fenum commonly called Allhallows, void by the promotion of George Daye, S.T.P., to the bpric. of Chichester. Westm. 20 April 34 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm. 7 May 35 Hen. VIII.—P.S. Pat. 34 Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 21.|
|33. John Feld, of West Depyng, Linc., fuller. Lease of a fulling mill called Feldemylle in the lordship of Baugham Stowe and Depyng, Linc., parcel of Warwickes Landes, late in tenure of John Nauseglos; for 21 years; at 53s. 4d. rent. Del. Westm., 8 May 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle). Pat. p. 7, m. 22.|
|34. Wm. Bapthorp, Robt. Chaloner, Leonard Beckwith, and Tristram Tesshe, and John Hogeson and Geo. Gaole, aldermen of York. Lease of the whole fishery, fishing and hawking, in the water called Fossedyke near the city of York, parcel of the duchy of York; for 21 years; at 3l. 6s. 8d. rent and 3s. 4d. increase. Del. Westm., 8 May 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle Pat. p. 7. m. 25.|
|35. Will. Jezequell (8 May). See § 3.|
|36. Moricius de Marinis and Hen. Salvago, merchants of Genoa. Licence to export 300 sacks of wool from the ports of London, Southampton or Sandwich, to be carried through the straits of Maroke. Westm., 30 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 7, m. 26.|
|37. Wm. Armer, yeoman of the King's boys called "henchemen." To be bailiff of the lordship of Shereborne and Knapton in Hartfordeheth, Yorks., vice Sir Geo. Lawson, dec.; with 4l. a year. Westm., 7 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm. 8 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 17.|
|38. Sir Thos. Butler. Release of the bond dated 3 July 16 Hen. VIII. whereby he (by the name of Thos. Butler, of Busey. Lanc.) and Lawrence Bonvix, merchant of Luke, are bound in 4,000l. to the keeping of certain covenants, enrolled in Chancery, between Thomas late abp, of York, Sir Hen. Wyatt, Sir Andrew late lord Wyndesore and Sir John Daunce on the one part, and the said Sir Thos. and Lawrence on the other. Westm., 8 May 35 Hen. VIII. (Addressed to Sir Robt. Southwell, master of the Rolls). No date of delivery.—P.S. (signed by the King at the head and by Sir Ric. Ryche and Wm. Whorwood at the foot).|
|39. Bishopric of Chichester. Grant of the custody of the temporalities to George now bp. of Chichester, which see was void by the translation of Richard the late bp. to be bp. of Coventry and Lichfield. Westm., 9 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 9 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 28. Rymer, XIV., 785.|
|40. Henry earl of Cumberland, lord of Westmoreland and Vesci and of the honor of Skipton in Craven. Livery of lands as son and heir of Hen. earl of Cumberland, &c., dec. Del. Westm., 9 May 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Wm. lord St John, J. Hynde and John Sewster). Pat. p. 4, m. 2.|
|41. Wm. Honning, one of the clerks of the Signet. To be one of the clerks of the Privy Council for life, and have an annuity of 10l. Westm., 9 May 35 Hen. VIII. No date of delivery.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 4 (undated).|
42. Sir Thos. Seymour, one of the
gentlemen of the Privy Chamber. Licences
to export :—
i. 20,000 billet, 100 load of talwood and 400 qr. of oats. Westm, 9 May 35 Hen. VIII. No date of delivery.—P.S. In English. Pat p. 4, m. 22 (undated).
ii. 30 tuns of beer. Westm., 9 May 35 Hen. VIII. No date of delivery —P.S. In English. Pat. p. 4, m. 27 (undated).
43. Hugh Losse, of London, and
Thos. Bocher. Grant, in fee to the said
Hugh, for 765l. 18s. 1½d paid by Losse, of
a capital messuage called the Bere in
tenure of Edw. Whitwell, "fabri lignarii,"
a messuage or hospice called the Bell in
tenure of Hen. Warde and Agnes his wife,
a tenement called le Ferrers House in
tenure of Wm. Bodley, "ferrour," at the
corner of Longe Lane, and two stables in
tenure of the said Bodley on the north
and south sides of Longe Lane, all in
West Smythfeld in St. Sepulchre's parish,
London, which belonged to St. Bartholomew's
mon.; also the tenement late
of John Shankes and afterwards of John
Boggones in Charterhouse Lane in the
said parish which belonged to the late
Charterhouse near London, an aqueduct
or water course from the aqueduct called
the Grete Condytt of the said Charterhouse
to the said tenement and a leaden
pipe through which the water is brought;
many tenements &c. (tenants named) in
the said parish, the parish of St. Giles
without Crepulgate, the ward of Baynerds
Castle, and the parish of St Botolph without
Busshoppes Gate including one with
a cellar under le Brodegate) and in the
parish of St. Sepulchre, which belonged
to the Charterhouse; also 2 tenements
tenants named in the parish of St.
Botolph without Algate, one of them
(dimensions given) abutting upon the
highway in Estsmythfeld leading from
Towrehill towards Ratclyffe, and shops
&c. (tenants named) in the parishes of
St. Botolph without Algate including
one called the Fyrkyn in tenure of
Hugh Losse, another called le George,
and a meadow, dimensions given, called
Crasshemyll Medowe abutting upon
Nightingale lane on the east, and a parcel
of land beside Duggynges Ponde, and St.
Brigitte in Fletestrete, which belonged to
St. Mary Graces mon. next the Tower;
also tenements in Philiplane in the ward
of Crepulgate and in the parishes of St.
Michael at Basshingeshawe and Allhallows
the Greater (abutting on the
highway on the north, the tenement of
Mr. Vampage on the south, the Styllyard
on the east and Cosyn Lane on the west),
which belonged to Elsynge Spitell priory;
lands called Groffeld Vaughan and Groffeld
Vaure in tenure of David ap Morgan
ap Gwillam in Aburgeveny parish, co.
Monm., which belonged to Talley mon.;
co. Carm., a mill called Maester in
Mavgh'n parish, co. Monm., in tenure of
Morgan Ll'n, which belonged to Lanternam
mon., co. Monm.; a mansion, etc., in
Llanvellen parish, co. Monm., in tenure
of Thos. Clase, clk., a meadow called
Gwirlodey Pryour and a piece of land in
Monks street (in vico monachorum) in
Aburgeveny, in tenure of Walter Gunter,
which belonged to Aburgevenypriory; also
a mansion and garden in the parish of
St. Mary Matfelon, Midd., between the
churchyard of St. Mary Matfelon and a
footway leading towards Stepeneth church,
and abutting on the garden of John Hadley
on the east and the highway leading
towards lez Lymostes on the west, dimensions
given, certain acres of meadow at
Strattforde att Bowe in Stepeneth parish
called Lathamme alias Little Hamme
within a meadow called Brodemede, and
tenements leased to the churchwardens
(named) of St. Mary Matfelon, which
belonged to St. Osithes mon., Essex; also
a tenement called le Abbottes Inne in the
parish of St. Clement in Clementes Lane,
London, which belonged to Stratford
Langthorne mon., Essex, in tenure of Eliz.
Symson, widow; also certain lands
specified in the parish of Hendon, Midd.
which belonged to Elsynge Spitell mon.
Also grant to Hugh Losse and Agnes his wife, and the heirs and assigns of the said Hugh, of the chief messuage of the manor of Cannons, Midd., which belonged to St. Bartholomew's mon. in West Smythfeld, with its lands (named) in the parish of Whitechurch, Midd., late in tenure Wm. Daunce and now of Hugh Losse; with certain tithes thereon. Westm., 4 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 10 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 2.
|44. Bishopric of Chichester. Restitution of temporalities to the King's chaplain, George Daye, who has been duly elected bp. of Chichester upon the translation of Richard the last bp. to be bp. of Coventry and Lichfield. Westm, 9 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 10 May.— P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 28. Rymer, XIV., 785.|
|45. Miles Brathwet, A. M. Presentation to the rectory of Sutton, Surr., Winton dioc., void by death. Westm., 9 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 10 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 4, m. 27.|
|46. Thomas de Noguy, servant to the lord Dorte, ambassador of France, and Robert Atkinson, master of the Marye Flowre of London. Licence to take the said ship, with 18 mariners, out of the realm to provide and bring hither 60 tuns of wine and other necessaries for the ambassador's use. Westm., 9 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 10 May.—P.S. In English. Pat. p. 13, m. 11.|
|47. Cuthb. Gardyner. Fiat for his appointment as collector of custom and subsidy of Berwick upon Tweed. Del. Westm, 10 May 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Norfolk; with certificate of security given in the Exchequer signed by Chr. More).|
|48. Hen. Audeley and Anne Curthop, widow. Licence to alienate the manor of Graundesden Magna and lands in Graundesden Magna, Hardewyke and Leycote, Hunts; to Ric. and Geo. Alen and Thos. Snappe, and the heirs of the said Ric., to be regranted to the said Henry and Anne and the heirs of the said Henry. Westm., 11 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 15.|
|49. Arthur Coole. A.M. Grant of the canonry or prebend in the royal collegiate church or free chapel of St. George in Windsor Castle, void by the forfeiture of Jas. Malet, attainted. Westm., 10 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 May.— P.S. Pat. p. 5, m 13.|
|50. Wm. Grey. Lease of two mills in Gilgarran, co, Pemb., called Gilgarran Mylle and Combe Mylle, with the weir and the fishery of three nets called "le Dragge Nettes" there; for 21 years; at 46s. 8d. rent for the mills, and 20l. 6s. 8d. for the weir and fishery. Westm., 7 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 May.— P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 13.|
|51. Hen. Hutton and Ric. Hemmyng. Lease of two grain mills, a fulling mill and a windmill in the manor of Woodhall. Suff, and a parcel of land called le Border extending from Woodhall Mill to the bridge of Sudbury, parcel of lands of Queen Katharine, attainted; for 21 years; at 12l. rent; with timber for repairs out of Hunden park. Westm., 8 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 13.|
|52. Hen. Dere. Lease of 6 ac. of land called "the Castell Dyches" and Wytherhill, in Bonyarton, co. Glam. : parcel of possessions of Jasper duke of Bedford; for 21 years; at 16d. rent and 4d. increase. Del. Westm., 11 May.—S.B. (signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle). Pat. p. 7, m. 24.|
53. Hugh Losse and Thos. Bocher.
Licences to alienate :—
i. A tenement &c., in tenure of Wm. Bodley, farrier, at the corner of Long Lane in St. Sepulehre's parish, London, which belonged to St. Bartholomew's mon.; to the said Wm. Bodley alias Bodeley. Westm., 12 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 19.
ii. A messuage late in tenure of Peter Hanforde, and now of Peter Sampson, in the parish of St. Brigitte in Fleetstreet, London, which belonged to St Mary de Graciis mon.; to Hen. Brickank, brewer, of London. Westm., 12 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 19.
iii. A messuage, &c., in the ward of Baynerdes Castell, London, which belonged to the London Charterhouse and is in tenure of Thos. Gittons; to Robt. Cosyn. Westm., 12 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 14.
iv. A messuage, &c., in the parish of St. Mary Matfelon, Midd., position described, and 2¼ acres of meadow called Lathamme alias Litlehamme in Brodemeade at Stratford at Bowe in Stepeneth parish, leased with it to Hugh Saunders, rector, and Ric. Wilkynson, John Wright and Chr. Hall, churchwardens of St. Mary Matfelon, which belonged to St. Osithes mon; also the messuage called le Abbots Inne in St Clement's parish in Clementes Lane, London, which belonged to Stratford Laugthorne mon., in tenure of Eliz. Synison, widow; to Wm Glascok. Westm., 12 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 14.
v. Lands called Groffeld Vaugh and Groffelde Vaure in Aburgevenny parish, which belonged to Talley mon., a mill in Maughan parish, Monm., which belonged to Lanternam mon., and a mansion and lands called Crofte Baugh and Crofte Agnes in Llanvellen parish, a meadow called Gwirlode and a piece of land in Monks Street in Aburgeveny parish, which belonged to Aburgeveny priory (tenants named); to Jas. Gunter. Westm., 12 May. Pat. p. 2, m. 16.
|54. Sir Arthur Darey and Mary his wife. Licence to alienate lands in Nonne Burneholme, Yorks.; to Roger Sotheby. Westm., 12 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 17.|
|55. John Pyke and Agnes his wife and Edm. Bendowe and Sibilla his wife. Licence to alienate Geynez manor and lands in Upmister and Horne Churche, Essex; to Ralph Lathum, goldsmith, of London. Westm., 12 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 18.|
|56. Cumb. Commission to Sir John Lampleugh, Cuthb. Hutton, Ric. Sawkeld and Thos. Fallofeld to make inq. p. m. on the lands and heir of Sir Edw. Musgrave. Westm., 12 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 12d.|
|57. Essex. Commission to John Brame, Chr. Benlos, John Maxye and Fras. Barneys to enquire whether Alice Wood, widow, late wife of Ric. Wood, dec., be a lunatic. Westm., 12 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 12d.|
|58. Fras. Southwell and Walter Myldemaye. To be jointly and severally, in survivorship, auditor of accounts of the King's works, of the King's ships and of all money expended in the King's affairs, with 40l. a year. Westm., 10 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 12.|
|59. Ric. Dowe and Nich. Mynne. (12 May). See below, § 83.|
|60. Will. Temple and Thos. Smythe. To have the office of making and keeping the arrows within the Tower of London, with the usual fees; on surrender of pat. 15 Sept. 10 Hen. VIII. granting the office (formerly held by Wm. Hende) to Temple alone. Assher 13 July 34 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm, 12 May.—P.S. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 10, m. 23.|
|61. Sir Ralph Salleir, the King's councillor. To be keeper of the Great Wardrobe, vice Sir Andrew lord Windesore, dec. Westm, 9 May 35 Hen VIII Del. Westm., 12 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 2 Vacated 11 Oct. 1 Mary.|
|62. Eliz. Asshton. Warrant for a livery of lands as d. and h. of John Asshton, who died 14 Aug 34 Hen. VIII., seised of the manor or messuage called Heydon, Essex, worth 4l. 16s. 8d. a year, leaving her of the age of 15 years and upwards. Dated 25 Sept. 34 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 13 May 35 Hen. VIII.— S.B. Signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewster. In English.|
|63. Peter Lilly. Grant, in fee, of a messuage, a garden, a cottage and 37 ac. of land, 3 ac. of pasture, and ½ ac. of meadow in Odiham, Hants, in occupation of Ric. Suter alias Mercer, of Odiham, and four closes of pasture and a wood in Ratherwike, Hants, in occupation of Chr. Hanmer, which belonged to George Lilly, late of Southwerke, alias of London, outlawed for high treason, and all lands of the said George; with issues from Mich, last. Westm., 3 March 34 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 14 May "anno subscripto." —P.S. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII, p. 5, m. 26.|
|64. Ant. Bonvix, of London, merchant stranger. Licence to freight a ship of 50 tons, belonging to any port in England, Portugal, the Emperor's dominions or Italy, with any merchandise not prohibited, and convey the same beyond seas; and to bring hither in the said ship 30 [tuns] of French or Gascon wines and 20 tuns of any other "cask wares or other merchandises of any outward parts." Westm., 9 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. 14 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 11.|
|65. John Mason, the King's secretary for the French tongue. To be one of the clerks of the Privy Council, for life, and have an annuity of 20l. Westm., 9 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm, 14 May.— P.S.|
|66. Wm. Stafford and Mary his wife, kinswoman and heir of lady Marg. Bolleyn, widow, dec., viz. daughter of Thos. late earl of Wiltshire and Ormund, son of the said Margaret. Livery of lands of the said Thomas and Margaret and of those held by Joan late wife of Sir George Bulleyn lord Rocheford, dec., by way of jointure. Del. Westm., 15 May 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Wm. lord St. John and Phylyp Parys). Pat. p. 13, m. 15.|
|67. Edward abp. of York. Grant to him and his successors of the advowsons of the churches of Leithe alias Lithe and Barwick in Elmet, with licence to appropriate them at their next vacancy. Hampton Court, 16 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 17 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 22.|
|68. Martin Balcasky, a native of Scotland, alias Martin Balcaskey, late of Edinburgh, merchant. General pardon for offences; and restoration of goods forierted. Hampton Court, 17 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Hampton Court, 18 May.— P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 13.|
|69. Chr. Hales, clk., rector of Fladbury, Worc. Licence to travel abroad for the sake of study for seven years and take with him one servant and two horses. Hampton Court, 17 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Hampton Court, 18 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 14.|
|70. John Peykyns, clk., King's chaplain (capellano). Grant of the sixth prebend or canonry in St. Peter's Cathedral, Westminster, void by death of Dionisius Dolyon. Hampton Court, 16 May 35 Hen VIII. Del. Hampton Court, 18 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 14.|
|71. Wm. Herbert, the King's servant. To be captain and keeper of Aburstwith castle in South Wales, with twelve archers under him, and keeper of Karmerdeyn castle, S. Wales, and of all prisoners in the same; with 12d. a day as captain and 4d. a day for each archer, and 20l. a year as keeper of Kermerden castle; as amply as Sir Wm. Thomas enjoyed these offices. Hampton Court, 17 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Hampton Court, 18 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 25.|
|72. Griffin Lloyd, one of the grooms of the Chamber. To be master of the Bridge and of the Meason Dieu of the town of Berwick, with all profits which the captain, officers and soldiers there have been accustomed to pay to the said Bridge; also grant of the nomination of one of the soldiers there at 6l. a year; vice Sir George Lawson, dec. Hampton Court, 17 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Hampton Court, 18 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 25.|
|73. Cuthb. Strother, the King's servant. To be one of the clerks of the watch in the town of Berwick upon Tweed and comptroller of subsidies in the port there; vice Chr. Kempe, dec.; for life, with profits accustomed. Hampton Court, 16 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Hampton Court, 18 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 26.|
|74. Ric. Lee, surveyor of works and fortifications of Callys and Guysnes. Commission to the General Surveyors and the auditors assigned to take his accounts, to peruse his said accounts and allow such as are signed by the Comptroller of Calais and accept Lee's corporal oath to all (such as prests to workmen taken up in England) whereto the Comptroller could not certify. Hampton Court, 16 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 18 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 11.|
|75. Emerius Tukfeld, clerk, King's chaplain. Presentation to the vicarage of Northe Petherton, Soms., Bath and Wells dioc, vice John Bolcom, dec. Hampton Court, 17 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Hampton Court, 19 May.— P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 13.|
|76. Thos. Dey, clk. Grant of the prebend and canonry in the collegiate church of St. Stephen in Westminster Palace, void by the promotion of Geo. Deye, the King's chaplain, to be bp. of Chichester. Hampton Court, 18 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Hampton Court, 19 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 14.|
|77. Wm. Paget, esq., one of the King's two first secretaries, and Thomas Knight, one of the clerks of the Signet. Grant, in survivorship, of the office of clerk of the Parliaments, with 40l. a year, as amply as Sir Brian Tuke, Edw. Northe, or Thos. Soulemount held it; on surrender of pat. 16 July 33 Hen. VIII. granting the office to Paget alone. Westm., 10 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 19 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 25.|
|78. John Berkeley, the King's servant. Lease of the messuage of the rectory of Shapwick, Soms., with barn, dovecot, 2 orchards, tithes in Chelton, Edingdon, Catcott, Shapwik, Sutton, Stowill, Murilinche and Aysshecote, and other specified appurtenances, which came to the King by attainder of Ric. last abbot of Glastonbury; for 50 years; at 58l. 12s. 10½d. rent. On surrender of a 21 years' Crown lease to him dated 23 Feb. 34 Hen. VIII. Westm., 9 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 20 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 9.|
|79. Ric. Crimibilhome, of Dutton, Lanc. Grant, in fee, for 231l. 15s. 7½d. of a tenement in Huntyngden and Baylie in the township of Dutton lately leased to him by copy of court roll, and four other tenements (tenants named) in Huntyngden; and lands (described and tenants named) in Ribchester and Preston in Amounderness, Lanc., all which belonged to the commandry of Newland, Yorks., and hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England; lands (tenants named) in Marsden, Lanc., parcel of the manor of Barnesett in the parish of Colne, Lanc., which belonged to Pontefract mon.; the house of the late Graye Friars in Lichfield, Staff., and certain of its lands described there, except the church, dorter, frayter, cloyster, chapterhouse, and all the lead, bells, glass and iron, save the leaden gutters upon the buildings. Also, for 168l. 16s. 7½d., certain lands (described and tenants named) in Wiswold in the parish of Whalley, Lanc., which were lately leased to John Kechin and belonged to Whalley mon., and other lands in Wiswold and Witton in Blackborne parish, Lanc., which belonged to Whalley. Westm., 14 May 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 20 May "anno subscripto."—P.S.|
|80. Sir John Gage, comptroller of the Household, chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. Licence to retain 40 persons in his service, besides household servants and servants in his offices, and give them his livery, badge or cognizance. Hampton Court, 14 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Hampton Court, 22 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 10.|
|81. Sir Wm. Musgrave. Licence to alienate lands in Raughton, Gaytskaylles, Brakenthwayth and Stokylwaygh and Sebreham, Cumb.; to John Musgrave of Bewcastell, Cumb., for life, with remainder to Adam Musgrave, son of the said John, and the heirs male of his body, with like contingent remainders, successively, to John and Ingram, other sons of the said John, with contingent remainder to heirs male of the body of the said John Musgrave, the father. Westm., 22 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 18, m. 3.|
|82. Augustine Palmer, clk. Grant of the pension that he who is now bp. of Chichester is bound to give to a clerk of the King's nomination until appointed (by the bp.) to a benefice. Hampton Court, 18 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Hampton Court, 22 May.—P.S. Pat. 34 Hen. VIII., p. 10, m. 26.|
|83. Ric. Dowe and Nic. Mynne. To be jointly and severally, in survivorship, auditor of accounts of the King's lands which were purchased by King Henry VII. or have come to the Crown by attainder, and of possessions of the late mon. of Lenton forfeited by attainder of Nicholas late prior there, and of Sir Jas. Fitzgarret and Sir Thos. More and Hen. Norres, attainted, and the late mon. of St. John Baptist beside Colchester, forfeited by attainder of Thomas late abbot there; with fees of 20l. and profits as enjoyed by auditors of the lands called Richemondes lands, Warwykes lands, and Spencers lands, or the auditor of the principality of North Wales. On surrender by Dowe of pat. 23 April 30 Hen. VIII. granting the office to John Assheton, now dec., and him (which pat., as cited, does not specify the lands of Lenton, &c.). Hampton Court, 12 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 23 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 7, m. 29, (dated 12 May).|
|84. Sir John Daunce. Lease of Whalley rectory with its annexed chapels of Padeham, Clyderhowe, Downham, Clone, Brumley, Churche, Altham, Aslyngden, Bowland, Penhull, Trawden and Rossendale and the chapel of Clyderhowe castle, which belonged to Whalley mon., for 40 years from Mich. 1558, or sooner upon the expiry of a 21 years' lease 8 July 30 Hen. VIII. to Sir Wm. Pikering, at 237l. 13s. 3d. rent. Hampton Court, 12 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 8.|
|85. Wm. Grey and Agnes his wife. Licence to alienate the manor of Withefeld alias Withfeldes and lands in Ilford, Barkyng and Wanstede, Essex; to Ric. Stansfelde. Westm., 24 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 12.|
|86. Sir John Haryngton, King's servant. To be keeper of Beawmanor park, Leic., with herbage and pannage and game, in the King's hands by the death of Leonard Gray lord Gray, dec.; also to be chief steward, receiver and surveyor of the manor and keeper of the woods and of the chief messuage. Westm., 5 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 May.— P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 1.|
|87. John Boule, clk., S.T.B., King's chaplain (sacellano), rector of Wythersfelde, Norwich dioc. Licence of nonresidence. Hampton Court, 16 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 2.|
|88. Sir William lord Parre. To be chief steward of the manor or lordship, receiver and bailiff, and keeper of the park (with the herbage and pannage) of Writle. Essex, chief steward of the honor of Beaulieu, Essex, keeper of the New Park of Beaulieu within the lordship or manor of Newehall, Essex, master of the game (magistrisive deduct' ferarum) within the said honor, keeper of the palace and mansion of Beaulieu alias Newehall, gardener of the orchard, keeper of the wardrobe, bailiff of the manors of Beaulieu alias Newehall, Boreham, Walkefarehall, and Powers; vice Robert earl of Sussex, dec; with certain stated fees and 60 loads of firewood yearly at Beaulieu. Westm., 28 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 25 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 9.|
|89. John Wollett. Pardon for the death of Thos. Rygdon, labourer, slain by him in self defence, 6 Sept. 34 Hen. VIII., in a lane called Knole at Elham, Kent. Westm., 25 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 20.|
|90. Hen. Milles. Fiat for his custody of 6 ac. of land in Hunton, Kent, which belonged to John Mundy, of Hunton, who was hanged for treason and felony; for 21 years; at 2s. rent and 2d. increase. Del. Westm., 26 May 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Norfolk and docketed : By mainprise of Thos. Strykland, grocer, and John Milles, mercer, of London.|
|91. Sir Wm. Sydney, the King's servant and Dame Agnes his wife. Grant, n tail male, in consideration of the atter's services to Prince Edward, of the reversion and rent reserved on leases by Wm. Basyng, late prior, and the convent of St. Swithin's cathedral, Winchester, viz. (1) 12 Aug. 30 Hen. VIII., to John Bacon, of Mychelmers, Hants, and Anne his wife, of le Owtwarde Maner Place of Mychelmers manor, as held by Master Tristram Faunteleroye, late farmer there, for 56 years, at 7l. 12s. 4d. rent; (2) 20 Dec. 31 Hen. VIII., to John Salte, of Romsey, Hants, of a messuage in Abridge, in the tithing of Muchelmershe, formerly in tenure of Robt. Knight and allocated to John Estgate "hordarius" of the said cathedral, for 61 years, at 10s. 6d. rent; (3) Mich. 30 Hen. VIII., to John Bacon, farmer of Michelmers, of two meadows called Newbridge meades, of 33 ac., within Michelmers lordship, for 41 years, at 20s. rent and four loads of hay; (4) 1 Sept. 30 Hen. VIII., to Wm. lord Sandes, King's chamberlain, of the site of the lodge and enclosure of the park of Mychelmershe, with herbage and pannage and warren of small game, &c., for 31 years at 4l. rent and 100 pairs of coneys, Also grant of the premises and all appurtenances in Michelmershe alias Michelmeers, Romesey, Abridge alias Abrige Ende and Brachefelde, Hants. Hampton Court, 20 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 10.|
|92. Sir Geoffrey Poole, the King's servant, and Constance his wife. Grant, in fee, of the manor of Grandsomys alias Grandisones, Kent, and the rent called Grandsomys Rent (which belonged to Margaret late countess of Sarum, attainted) out of lands in Dertford. Stone, Wylmyngton, Crayford alias Eard, Chesylhurst and Sutton at Howe, Kent, and all possessions of the said Margaret in these places; free of all charges; with issues from Mich. 29 Hen. VIII. Hampton Court 16 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 May.—P.S. Pat. p. 7, m. 20 (dated 28 March).|
|93. Leonard Chamberlayne and Ric. Andrewes. Licence to alienate the chief messuage and lands called "lez demeane landes" in Thomley, Oxon, tithes in Thomley, and a messuage and lands in Dracote, Oxon, in tenure of Wm. Birte, all which belonged to Osney mon.; to Sir John Browne. Westm., 28 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 6.|
|94. Sir John Williams, of Ricote, Oxon., and Ant. Stringer, of London. Licence to alienate a tenement and lands in Rugbie, Warw., in tenure of Wm. Malbye, which belonged to Chaccombe priory; to John Fawkes. Westm., 28 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 12.|
|95. Cumb. Commission to Sir Thos. Wharton and Sir John Lampleugh to make ing. p. m. on the lands and heir of Chr. Curwen. Westm., 28 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4. m. 12d.|
|96. Geoff. Colvyle. Licence to alienate the site of the manor of Strete, Kent, and 127 ac. of land and 100 ac. of marsh in Lympne, Kent, parcel of the same manor; to Edw. Thwaytes and Eliz. his wife, in fee to the said Edw. And to alienate the residue of the said manor to the said Edw. Thwaytes. Westm., 28 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 18, m. 4.|
|97. John Sewster, sheriff of Essex and Herts. Certificate that he has given security in the Exchequer. 28 May 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Chr. More).|
|98. Edw. Fenes lord Clynton and Saye and Robt. Turwytt. Licence to alienate Hampen manor, Glouc.; to Maurice Denys and Thos. Lane. Westm., 30 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 13, m. 17.|
|99. Cornw. Commission to Sir Wm. Guidolphin, Thos. Trefrie and John Kylligre to make inq. p. m. on the lands and heir of Wm. Pentyre. Westm., 31 May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 12d.|
|100. Sir Arthur Darcy, the King's servant. Licence to alienate a mansion at the east side of the churchyard of the Charterhouse and gardens, &c., in the parish of St. Botolph without Aldergate, with an aqueduct and pipe from "le great conduyte" of the Charterhouse, in tenure of Sir John Nevill and (sic)—(blank) Latymer, which belonged to the Charterhouse; to Sir George Darcy.—(place and day blank) May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m 20.|
|101. Robt. Whyte. Licence to alienate a messuage called "le Harpe," of old called "a Brewehouse," in Tower Strete in the parish of St. Dunstan in the East, London, which belonged to the Crosse Freres of London, boundaries given, which messuage is in tenure of Joan Mylbourne, widow, late wife of Sir John Mylbourne, formerly wife of John Chester, and was granted to the said Robt. by pat. of 23 Feb. last; to Wm. Chester, merchant of the Staple of Calais. —(place and day blank) May. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 21.|