Henry VIII
June 1511

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'Henry VIII: June 1511', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1: 1509-1514 (1920), pp. 425-435. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=102650 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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June 1511

1 June.
Vitell. B. XVIII., 25. B.M.
785. [1701.] SIR ROBERT WINGFIELD to HENRY VIII.
The Cardinal of Pavia, soon after [going to] Ravenna, was slain, "in the place, by the hands [of the Duke] of Urbyne." All the cities and towns of Romyandola "have [refused] to receive any part of the Pope's army, or the Venetians. [It] is thought all the said army to stand in great d[anger]." The Cardinal of St. Cross had written to Innspruck, that the cardinals that were with the Pope had changed their [minds, and] condescended to the order which is taken for the G[eneral Council], and that the K. of Aragon is also content with the same; but, because of the sickness of the said Cardinal, Wingfield had the less belief to h * * * [The Emperor] had informed his Council this day by writing ... came straight hither. Thinks he will soon go to Italy, where Wingfield hopes he will govern the enterprise for the advantage of himself and of his friends, or he will incur great shame and peril. Desires a recapitulation may be made to him of all the letters received by the King from him since his last departure, as he had received knowledge of many, but not of all, from Thomas Spinelly. Sends the following dates of all letters written by him to the King. Malines. 4 and 7 Feb.; March 3, 9 (fn. 1) , 11, 16, 22, 28; April 4, 13, 25; May 3, 12, 19, 24, 27, 30. [Richmon]de Harrawld has written four, dated 24 and 28 April, and 16 ... [May]. Innspruck, 1 June 1511.
Hol., pp. 3. Add. Much burnt and mutilated.
2 June.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 2, f. 44. R.O.
786. [1703.] BERMONDSEY ABBEY.
Acknowledgement of receipt by brother William Chyrch, of Bermondesey, from Robert Hawkyns, of 40s. for his half-year's farm, of lands in Clopham and Stretham, due at Lady day last. 2 June 3 Hen. VIII. Signed.
P. 1. Small paper.
6 June.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 229, f. 27. R.O.
787. [LORD DARCY] to FERDINAND OF ARAGON.
Has arrived at the port of Gwaides with the force sent by Henry to assist Ferdinand against the Infidels. Credence for bearer. Asks for orders. 6 June.
Draft in Darcy's hand, p. 1. Address subscribed with this note, "Md., 12 ducats."
7 June.
Sanuto, XII., 274.
788. VENICE.
[Note of letters received 3 July 1511.]
From Andrea Badoer, London, 7 June.—Of events there and the King's goodwill, who wishes the agreement with the Emperor concluded. The King of Scotland has sent for Badoer to speak with him for the good of Italy and Venice, and he has no means of going thither. Is in want and begs increase of allowance.
Italian.
9 June.
R.T. 147, No. 4. R.O.
789. DUKE OF SAXONY.
Henry VIII.'s ratification of the treaty with George duke of Saxony. Greenwich, 9 June 3 Hen. VIII. See GRANTS IN JUNE, No. 14.
Lat. Modern transcript from Dresden, pp. 15.
Exch. Dipl.
Doct., 737. R.O. Rymer, XIII., 298.
2. [1718.] George duke of Saxony's confirmation of the same. Greenwich, 9 June 1511. Seal.
Lat. Parchment.
9 June.
Ep. Eras. (Edit Allen), I., No. 222.
790. ERASMUS to MORE.
Explains how, in his late journey from Italy into England, he conceived the plan of Moriae Encomium which he now dedicates to More. Defends the utility of this light vein of writing. Ex rure, 5 id. Junias.
9 June.
Hist. MSS. Com., Rep. on Various Collections, Vol. II., p. 316.
791. CALAIS.
Depositions (not quoted) of witnesses at Calais 9 June, 3 Hen. VIII. touching the Deputy's putting out of wages of John and Barth. Flammake, on the ground of a fray in the market in the time of Sir Richard Nanfan. Witnessed by William lord Mountjoy, lieutenant of Hampnes, Sir John Wilsher, comptroller, Henry Plankney, Mayor, Sir Richard Carewe, lieutenant of the castle, Robert Wotton, master porter, and Walter Colepepyr, under-marshal.
11 June.
Add. MS. 18,826, f. 26. B.M.
792. EDMOND LYND.
Warrant to the Great Wardrobe for a gown cloth of London russet, &c., to Edmond Lynd, the King's servant. Eltham, 11 June 3 Hen. VIII. Signed.
P. 1.
14 June.
Paris Transcr.. No. 1. R.O.
793. ABBATIS to ROBERTET.
Thanks for note enclosed in the letter of the Ambassador Darizoles. Is very glad of the King's victory and that things go well; for he has always thought that, to prevent the Pope raising new troubles, it was necessary to take Bologna. Because the ambassadors of Aragon hehaved well when Mons. di Gursa was at Bologna, and their King revoked Fabritio Colonna with his 300 lances, the King may think that Aragon proceeds directly with him. That is assuredly not so. It is true that Aragon desired peace and the ambassadors did all they could and the 300 lances were recalled; but that was because Fabritio was writing of the disorder in the Pope's camp and because, owing to their presence, the Pope was inclined to make the accord. The accord was what of all things he would wish to disturb, because, he fears the passing of the Emperor and the King will be followed by the ruin of the Venetians. His fear is that the King may put it in the Emperor's head to go to Rome to be crowned, and, sending men to accompany the Emperor, may use them to seize the kingdom of Naples and afterwards, perhaps, raise trouble in Castile; and therefore he has dismissed the enterprise of Africa and sent a good part of the armada and of his own men to Naples. The ambassador of Aragon had begun to move the Pope that, since his Holiness did not wish peace, it would be well to make a league with him and the King of England; and upon the rout which followed they were the more drawn together to the said league. About six days ago I had a letter from the Pope, sent in the greatest haste, through the ambassador of Aragon, by which he writes to me to make all possible diligence to dispose the King to enter this league, to which the King of Aragon is much inclined and will write hither to the King and to his own ambassador that it may be concluded. The said ambassador, more than fifteen days ago, began to move the matter to this King and Council, and the King answered that he was willing to enter a league for preservation of the Church, Aragon and himself; but hitherto there is no commission to conclude, as the King of Aragon was waiting for a definite answer from the Pope. That answer (although I cannot yet learn what it is) the Pope sent on the same day that he wrote to me, viz., from Rimini, 25 May; and therefore the King of Aragon's commission to conclude ought to be here in six or eight days.
Thus you may see that the King of Aragon does not proceed so directly as the King perhaps thinks. His ambassador continually animates this King and Council against you by saying that the King of France wishes to make himself lord of all and gives good words to everyone meanwhile; and he urges me to do the like on the Pope's behalf. The above is true as the Gospel of St. John.
Now although this league can do little harm so long as the Emperor stands firm, it is safer that it should not be made; and notwithstanding the influence which Aragon has over this King, Darizoles and I will either break it or keep it long enough in suspense. When the commission comes from Aragon, Darizoles, showing that he has got word of it, will speak with the King's friends in this Council to beware of putting their King in such a dance, because Aragon, to serve his own ends, will not hesitate both to put their King in trouble and leave him there; and therefore they should not begin a thing of which they may afterwards repent, for the safety of England lies in peace with France, England is never so well as after peace has been made with France, and the like. I also will do good work by telling the King and Council that, notwithstanding my desire that the Pope may be aided, I would not, for the affection I bear them, counsel what might end in their ruin. Besides, I have as yet no authority from the Pope to conclude or sign such a thing and these English are people who will want it done with all ceremony, and when it comes to the conclusion will wish to see the authority. I will take care that six months are spent in procuring the writing from the Pope, and let you know when it is coming so that you may stop the couriers and thus pass other six months. Gradually, by showing confidence in them, I shall put the Pope out of favour with some of this Council, as a man not to be trusted and who changes purpose every day. Meanwhile, let the King remove the thorn (stimolo) of the Venetians and exterminate them (? extervarli, qu. exterminarli ?), so that they can do no more hurt; for this appears the thing most important at present. Afterwards the King may take counsel according as things go, because I shall keep you advised of all that passes in Rome; Spain and here. Darizoles should remain here until we see the end of this practice of the Pope and King of Aragon.
The good letter which his Majesty wrote the King for this last child, was very apropos as showing esteem and love. Madame Margaret, or rather Duchess of Savoy, does all she can by letters and embassies to turn the Emperor from the amity of the King (of France). I see letters to this effect daily, and if from Franders they write to the King otherwise they write what is untrue. I believe however that the letters and embassies will little avail. This King sends 1,500 men to aid the Prince of Castile against the Duke of Gueldres. Their captain is Sir Edward Ponyng, a man of some account in this realm. The Council have advised it on the ground that the King should make some show of helping his cousin, lest, in disdain, he should take for wife the daughter of your King and leave the sister of this. I humbly beg the King to remember me when any suitable benefice falls in his hand, and your lordship to remember your saying that I should serve a prince who was a true prince and think only of serving frankly and leave the rest to him, who would recompense all my past loss. Darizoles can bear witness to my services, and my only fear is to be forgotten amid affairs of more importance. I beg you to recommend me to the Chancellor and pray him too to be intercessor for me. Anything that I could not at present personally accept may be given to some prelate on condition of resigning it to me when the time comes. I beg you, when you have learnt the substance of my letters, to put them in the fire. London, 14 June 1511.
Italian. Modern transcript from Paris, pp. 8. Headed: Lettre du secretaire Abbatis a Mons. le Tresorier Robertet.
14 June.
Sanuto, XII., 267.
794. VENICE.
[Note of letters received 24 June 1511.]
From Hieronymo da Porzil, Rome, 14 June.—* * *
The Scotch ambassador has sent back the terms of peace. He is with the King of France. (fn. 2) On the 9th inst. intimations of the Council were affixed to doors of St. Peter's, St. John's and St. Laurence's in Rome.
Italian.
14 June.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 229, f. 28. R.O.
795. [LORD DARCY] to [FERDINAND OF ARAGON].
Received his two letters, about the intended expedition against the Infidels, by the Bp. of Palencia, who also spoke of the King's intentions and would have sent him and his company home. The writer has given him a bill to present to the King on behalf of himself and his company. Is in full readiness to serve the King with his whole company and a hundred more men, as faithfully as he would his own sovereign lord, if he were present, according to the indentures and covenants made before his coming, of which he has given a copy to the Bp. "Written at your city of Calles" [Cadiz], 14 June.
Draft, in Darcy's hand, p. 1. Numbered in marg. "iiij."
Vesp. C. VI.,
328. B.M.
2. The petition of Thomas Darse, knight and count, captain of the army of the King of England, to the Bishop of Palencia, to be shown to the King of Aragon—upon the answer given by the said King to the letter sent him from the port of Cadiz to learn his pleasure, which answer was that Darse and his company were shortly to be despatched to England without doing any enterprise or battle against the Moors or other non-Christians in accordance with the writings made between the said Count and the said King's ambassador.
First the said Count asks leave to present to the King of Aragon the letters of his King and Queen and to declare business committed to him by his King. If the King of Aragon will not use the Count and his company but discharge them, as the Bishop has declared, and not go against the infidels in person according to the said writings, then, before his return the said Count, in the service of Our Lord for which he came hither, is ready to make war against the said Moors and Infidels, enemies of our Holy Catholic Faith, under any nobleman whom the King will appoint. Having come so far, by command of the King of England, in order to serve God and the King of Aragon, the Count begs him to send an ambassador to the Soldan, or other ruler of the Infidels, asking for a battle en campo between 1,000 of theirs and 1,000 of the best of this side, either on horseback or on foot, of whom the Count can furnish 300 hidalgos without reckoning counts and knights of whom he has "20. If this is not approved he asks to be sent with letters of commendation to the King of Portugal or some other friend of the King's who has wars against the Infidels, and he trusts in God that they will not be dishonoured by him. If none of these suggestions suit, the Count Darse begs that he and his company may be mustered and despatched with ships, pay, victuals and other necessaries according to his obligation.
Finally, as the Count does not wish to return to his master without doing some service, in consideration of the great cost to which his master and the King of Aragon have been put, he begs that he and 20 gentlemen now with him may be allowed to serve the King of Aragon for a year without pay.
Spanish, pp. 3. Endd.: "The articles of the B. of Palen[cia]."
15 June.
Add. MS. 18,826, f. 27. B.M.
796. PRINCESS MARY.
Warrant to the Great Wardrobe for gowns of russet satin, &c., to the Princess of Castile. Eltham, 15 June 3 Hen. VIII. Signed.
P. 1.
16 June.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 2, f. 45. R.O.
797. [5743.] FERDINAND OF ARAGON to LORD DARCY.
Has received his letter and the articles declared to the Bp. of Palencia, to all of which he sends an answer by articles signed by his hand, despatched to the said Bishop, for whom he begs credence. Sevile, 16 June 1511. Signed: Yo el Rey. Countersigned by Almaçan.
Sp., p. 1. Add.: Millort Derci Ca[pitaneo g]eneral del serenissimo [Rey di] Inglaterra, &c.
Julius C. IX., 85.
B.M.
2 [1726.] Instructions of [Ferdinand of Arragon to the Bishop of Palencia]. * "person upon the said holy war, the which is that thing that I have alway desired," and in which [Ferdinand] would be glad to join them above all things in the world; but, as Christendom at present is vexed with wars, and Mother Church in so great necessity, he cannot go in person or send a captain general against the Infidels until these hostilities are composed.
(2) "Item ye shall say that the serenissim King of Portugal my son, nor none other king, at this present time, hath no war against the Infidels, in such wise that there is none at this time that they may go to, to serve in the war against the Infidels."
(3) To their request, that, if nothing come to effect of what is above said they may have their despatch so as to go against the Infidels alone, ye may reply that [Ferdinand] cannot but rejoice in their zeal, but that now no arrangements are made for the said wars;—when peace is established between the Church and Christian princes, he trusts to gratify their wishes in part. For the present they had better go home again to England. This voluntary offer of theirs is greatly to their honor, and the non-fulfilment of their purpose cannot be imputed to them.
(4) "Item after ye have answered all this above said, understand forthwith in their despatch with such diligence as I trust in you ye will do in such wise that ye may overtake me or I be much farther of these parts." Written in Civile, 16th day of June 1511.
Pp. 4. Contemporary translation, imperfect at the beginning.
18 June.
Add. MS. 18,826, f. 28. B.M.
798. LIVERIES.
Warrant to the Great Wardrobe for motley for "somercotes" to Hugh Forster and Edmond Lynde, yeomen of the Buckhounds. Eltham, 18 June 3 Hen. VIII. Signed.
P. 1.
Ib. f., 29.2. Like warrant for broad cloth for gowns, &c., to Simon Welden, one of the King's priests singing in the chapel within the manor of Richmond. Same date.
P. 1.
22 June.799. BORDER OUTRAGES.
Commissioners for redress. See GRANTS IN JUNE, No. 34.
22 June.800. AID AGAINST THE DUKE OF GUELDRES.
Sir Edward Poynings, admiral. See GRANTS IN JUNE, No. 35.
27 June.801. ROBERT BLAGGE, King's Remembrancer.
Baron of Exchequer. See GRANTS IN JUNE, No. 42.
30 June.
Cal. D. VI. f. 86. B.M. Rym. XIII., 303.
802. [1754.] LOUIS XII.
Letters of protection for Hannibal, Anthony, Galeaz, Alexander, and Hermes Bentivoli, and the city of Bologna, who have sent the said Alexander and Jerome de Sancto Petro, as ambassadors, to solicit renewal of the protection, dated 31 Oct. 1509, which Louis granted to his kinsman John Bentivoli before the Bentivoli family left the said city to which they have now returned. Romans (Romania), 30 June 1511, 14 Lewis XII. Signed. Countersigned: Robertet.
Lat.
Exch. Accts.
267 (15). R.O.
803. TIN.
"Cunagium stanni tentum apud Chagfforth mense Junii," 3 Hen. VIII.
Showing, piece by piece, what each tinner has, with its weight (generally 100 [lb.]) and the tax at the rate of 18¾d. for the 100 [lb.].
ii. The like at Ayschperton.
iii. The like at Plymton
iv. The like at Tavystock.
Seventeen long narrow strips of parchment written on both sides, indented on the right hand margin, and sewn together at the top. Marked at the end; Exr. cum contrarotulamento.
Other similar rolls for the period of this volume are:—
Ib. (4).2. June 5 Hen. VIII.
Ib. (5).3. Sept. 5 Hen. VIII.
Ib. (14).4. June 6 Hen. VIII.
Ib. (12).5. Sept. 6 Hen. VIII. (injured).
804. GRANTS IN JUNE, 1511.
1. John Porth, clerk of the "Warderobes." To have the corrody in the abbey of Beawley, Hants, surrendered by Edward John, gentleman of the Chapel Royal. Del. Westm., 1 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. (in English). [1702.]
2. Anthony Bryne, clk. Presentation to the church of Grasford, dioc. St. Asaph, void by death. Greenwich, 30 May, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 2 June. P.S. [1704.]
3. Richard Weston. To be, for life, lieutenant of the castle and forest of Windsor, which he previously held for life, by grant of the late King on death of Sir John Williams; with appointment of bow-bearer in the said forest, and lodging in the "Lieutenant's Tower," as held by the said John or Sir William Norres. Greenwich, 8 June, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 2 June, 3 Hen. VIII. P.S. (in English). Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 5. [1705.]
4. Abbey of Wigmore. Inspeximus and confirmation of:—
Pat. 24 May, 1 Hen. VII., conf.:—
Pat. of Richard duke of York (undated or unfinished ?), conf.:—
[Pat. of Edmond earl of March, confirming:—]
Pat. of Edmond earl of March, 11 March, 3 Ric. II., confirming:—
Ch. of Hugh de Mortuo Mari [temp. Edw. I.].
Ch. of Roger de Mortuo Mari, A.D. 1249, conf.:—
Ch. of Thomas de Fraxinio A.D. 1244, Kal. April.
Westm., 2 June [3 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. roll 44, No. 15.
5. Sir Edward Howard and Edward Nevill. Grant of the customs and subsidies of woollen cloths in the ship called " the Trinite of Alburgh," in one voyage out of England, to be made within a year, to Flanders, Holland or Zealand. Greenwich, 4 May, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 3 June. P.S. [1706.]
6. John Yong, keeper of the Rolls and Records in Chancery. To cancel two recognizances of 20l. each, made by Richard Pette, John Potkyn, and William Cogger, of Senok, Kent, 13 July, 23 Hen. VII., to Sir Thomas Lovell, Sir Richard Emson, and Sir John Husey, Edmund Dudley and Henry Wyat. Greenwich, 4 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. [1707.]
7. Commission of the Peace. (See Appendix.)
Northamptonshire.—Knoll, 4 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 4d. [1708.]
8. William Denys, esquire for the Body. Licence, by charter, to impark 500 ac. at le Worthy within his manor of Dereham, Glouc., and to have free warren in all the demesnes of that manor. Witnesses: W. abp. of Canterbury, Chancellor, R. bp. of Winchester, Privy Seal, Thomas bp. of Durham, secretary, Edward duke of Buckingham, Thomas marquis Dorset, Thomas earl of Surrey, treasurer, and George earl of Shrewsbury, steward of the Household, Charles Somerset, chamberlain, and George Nevile, of Bergevenny, barons, Sir Thomas Lovell, treasurer of the Household, and Sir Edward Poynenges, controller of the Household. Westm., 5 June, [3 Hen. VIII.]. Del. Westm., 5 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. (without names of witnesses). Charter roll 200, No. 20. [1709.]
9. Lewis Cousin, yeoman purveyor of the Pultry. Commission to provide lambs, coneys, capons, hens, geese, swans, cranes, pheasants, peacocks and all the fowl and also eggs, butter and milk products (lacticnia) until 15 Dec. next. Knoll, 5 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 15d. [1710.]
10. Sir John Pecche, knight for the Body. Grant, for 60 years, of the manors of Dertford, Cobham, Combe, and Chiselhurst, Kent, in the King's gift by death of Margaret countess of Richmond, at a yearly rent of 20 marks; and of the manor of Eastwikham, Kent, in the King's gift by attainder of Francis lord Lovell, at a yearly rent of 5l. Del. Otford, 6 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 5. [1711.]
11. Robert Bolyngton, yeoman of the Guard. To be bailiff, during pleasure, of the townships of Mochebilling and Overstone, Northt., with 4d. a day. Greenwich, 3 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Otford, 6 June. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 5. [1712.]
12. Commissions of the Peace. (See Appendix.)
Essex.—Knoll, 6 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 4d. [1713.]
Norfolk.—Knoll, 6 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 4d. [1714.]
Suffolk.—Knoll, 6 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 4d. [1715.]
13. Sewers.
Lincolnshire.—Commission to W. bp. of Lincoln. Th. prior of St. John's, Will. lord Willoughby, Sir John Fyneux, Rob. Brudenell, the abbots of Croyland. Berdney, Revesby, and Swyneshed, the prior of Spalding, Sir John Huse, Sir Rob. Sheffeld, Sir Will. Tirwhit, Sir Th. Newport, Sir Edw. Burth, Sir Rob. Dymmok, Sir Ph. Tilney, Sir John Skipwith, Th. Burgh, Geo. Fitzwilliam, John Fulnetby, Nich. Upton, Rob. Husee, John Litilbury, And. Bellisby. Th. Tothoth, Will. Askue, Will. Hansard, Geof. Paynell, John Hennege, Th. Robynson, Will. Goderik, Th. Holand, and John Tempest; for the district from Dodyngton Pygot to Tydgott. Knoll, 6 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 5d. [1716.]
14. George duke of Saxony. Ratification of a treaty of peace between King Hen. VII. and George duke of Saxony, concluded by Dr. Nicholas West on the part of Hen. VII., and William Truchses de Waltpurges, knt., on the Duke's part, 24 Feb. 20 Hen. VII. Sifridus de Luttichaw, knt., and Simon de Rischach, interpreter of both laws, chancellor of Frisia, are the Duke's commissioners for the ratification. Greenwich, 9 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. (slightly delaced). French roll, 3 Hen. VIII. m. 17. [1717.]
15. John Joly. Grant of all the lands of which Thomas Woode, the King's villain, regardant of the lordship of Yardeley, Worc., is seized of, to the King's or his own use, in the said lordship, and in the lordship of Castell Bremege, in the parish of Hashton, Warw.; to hold to the said John, his heirs and assigns, for life, by copy of court roll, at the annual rent of 23s.; the said Thomas to retain possession for his life. Greenwich, 6 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 9 June. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 15. [1719.]
16. Monastery of St. Benet of Hulme, Norwich dioc. Writ to the escheator of Norf. and Suff. for the restitution of the temporalities; on election of John Redyng as abbot. Westm., 9 June.
ii. Mandate to the tenants of the abbey. Same date. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 4. [1720.]
17. The same. Pardon to John Redyng, abbot, for entries on the temporalities without licence. Westm., 9 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 4. [1721.]
18. Thomas Johnys of Westminster. Pardon. Greenwich, 1 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 11 June. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 5. [1722.]
19. Julian Serristory, merchant of Florence. Protection for one year, as he is going in the suite of Sir Gilbert Talbot, Deputy of Calais. Greenwich, 2 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 11 June. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 6. [1723.]
20. Sir Thomas Cheyne, Alan Boleyn, John Muscote, and William Lane. Mortmain licence to grant lands to the annual value of 21l. to the dean and chapter of the collegiate church of St. Peter's, Irtlyngburgh, Northt. Greenwich, 3 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 12 June. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 5. [1724.]
21. Sir Walter Bulmer, Hugh Assheton, clk., Thomas Key, clk., and Thomas Tempest. Commission to make inquisition in co. Northumberland, as to the possessions, heir, &c., of Sir Ralph Grey, deceased. Westm., 12 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 15d. [1725.]
22. Sir John Peche, knight for the Body. Exemption from serving on juries, &c. Del. Westm., 16 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 15. [1727.]
23. James Beamount, of Westminster, alias of Wylnehall, Staff. Pardon. Eltham, 12 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 16 June. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 5. [1728.]
24. Richard Nolson, of London, vintner, alias of Overton, Yorks. Protection for one year; going in the suite of Sir Gilbert Talbot, Deputy of Calais. Greenwich, 6 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 18 June. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 5. [1729.]
25. Thomas Bell and Alan Welles. Grant of the next advowson of the rectory of Cartlynge, dioc. Ely (altered to Norw. in P.S.) Greenwich, 5 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 18 June. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 5. [1730.]
26. John Derby, yeoman of the Crown. To have the fee of the Crown, being 6d. a day, vice Christopher Roper, dec. Greenwich, 9 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 18 June. P.S. (in English). Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 6. [1731.]
27. Commission of the Peace. (See Appendix.)
Berkshire.—Knoll, 18 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 3d. [1732.]
28. Robert Brudenell, Sir Th. Dygby, John Erneley, attorney general, Edmund Hasilwod, Will. Gascoign, Ric. Willoughby, and Walter Luke. Commission to make inquisition concerning the possessions in co. Northampton of Sir Ric. Empson, of Estneston, Northt., attainted. Knoll, 18 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 15d. [1733.]
29. Commissions of Array.
Camberland.—Th. lord Dacre and Greystok, Chris. Dacre, Sir John Musgrave, Chris. Pikeryng, John Radclyff, Hen. Denton, Hugh Hutton, Ambrose Crakenthorp, John Huton, Will. Beulewe, and the sheriff. Knoll, 20 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 14d. Rymer XIII., 300. [1734.]
ii. Nottingham.—Sir Th. Lovell, Sir Brian Stapulton, Sir Will. Perpoynt, Sir Th. Sutton, Rob. Clifton, Simon Dygby, Humph. Hersey, sen., Will. Wymondesold, Hen. Boson, Rob. Nevell, Rob. Bassett, John Biron, Roland Dygbye, John Dunham, Th. Thurland, Jas. Savage, Geo. Wastnesse, Th. Staunton, Ric. Lassellys, John Markeham, and the sheriff. Knoll, 20 June.
iii. Westmoreland.—Henry lord Clifford. Sir Rog. Belyngham, Sir Th. à Parre, Geof. Lancastre, Edw. Musgrave, Th. Warcopp, and the sheriff. Same date.
iv. Yorkshire.—Henry earl of Northumberland, Ric. Nevell lord Latamer, Will. Conyers lord Hornby, _ (blank), Will. Fairefax, Sir John Goure, Sir Marm. Constable, Sir Ralph Bigott, Sir Ralph Ellercare, Sir John Constable, Sir Rob. Constable, Sir Th. Metham, Sir John Normanvile, Sir Rob. Aske, Chris. Hilliard, Will. Constable, of Rudston, John Rosse, Ralph Rokeby, Ric. Rokeby, and the sheriff. Same date.
v. _.—Henry earl of Northumberland, Ric. Nevell lord Latamer, Sir Will. Conyers of Hornby, _ (blank), Sir John Goure, Sir Ralph Bygod, Sir Will. Bulmer, Sir Jas. Strangwais, Roger Cholmeley, Rob. Wyvell, John Pykeryng, Th. Tempest, John Pulleyn, and the sheriff. Same date.
vi. _.—Henry earl of Northumberland, Th. lord Darcye, Hen. Lord Clyfford, Ric. Nevyll lord Latemer, Will. Conyers lord Hornby, _ (blank), Sir Will. Gascoygne, Sir Th. Wortley, Sir John Everyngham, Sir Edw. Savage, Sir Geo. Hastynges, John Topcliff, Brian Palmes, Th. Fairfax, Ric. Tempest. Ric. Malyverere, Roger Wombwell, Hen. Everyngham, John Pulleyn, Th. Fitzwilliam Ralph Riresbye, and the sheriff. Same date.
vii. Northumberland.—Henry earl of Northumberland, Th. lord Darcy, Th. lord Dacre and Greystok, Sir John Gower, Sir Edw. Radclyff, Sir Th. Ilderton, Roger Fenwike, Th. Strangwisshe. Will. Langton, Walter Bradford. Th. Grice, Rob. Musgrave, and the sheriff. Same date.
viii. Nottingham.—Same as the first, with substitution of - Ric. for Rob. Bassett. Same date.
ix. Yorkshire.—Henry earl of Northumberland, Hen. lord Clifford, Ric. Nevell lord Latamer, Will. Conyers lord Hornby, Hen. Scrope lord Bolton and Upsall ("Henr. Scrope de Bolton et Upsall, militi,") Sir Geo. Fitzhugh, Will. Fairefax, Sir John Goure. Sir Marm, Cunstable, Sir Ralph Bigot, Sir Ralph Ellarcare, Sir John Constable, Sir Rob. Constable, Sir Th. Metham, Sir John Normanvile, Sir Rob. Aske, Chris. Hilliard, Will. Constable, of Rudston, John Rosse, Ralph Rokeby, Ric. Rokeby, and the sheriff. Same date.
x. Yorkshire.—Henry earl of Northumberland, Henry lord Clifford, Ric. Nevell lord Latamer, Will. Conyers lord Hornby, Henry Scrope lord Bolton and Upsall, Sir Geo. Fitzhugh, Sir John Goure, Sir Ralph Bigod, Sir Will. Bulmer, Jas. Strangways, Roger Cholmeley, Rob. Wyvell, John Pekeryng, Th. Tempest, John Pulleyn, and the sheriff. Same date.
xi. Yorkshire.—Henry earl of Northumberland, Henry lord Dacrye (sic), Henry lord Clifford, Ric. Nevell lord Latemer, Will. Conyers lord Hornby, Henry Scrope lord Bolton and Upsall, Sir Geo. Fitzhugh, Sir Edw. Stanley, Sir Will. Gascoyngne, Sir Th. Wortley, Sir John Everyngham, Sir Edw. Savage, Sir Geo. Hastyngys, John Topclyff, Brian Palmes, Th. Fairfax, Ric. Tempest, Ric. Malyverere, Roger Wombwell, Hen. Everyngham, and the sheriff. Same date.
xii. Commission to the Chancellor of Chester. Same date.
xiii. Commission to the Chancellor of the county palatine of Lancaster. Same date.
Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 14d. [1734, 1735.]
30. Leonard Pynchebek, yeoman of the Crown. To be bailiff of the manor or lordship of the town of Boston, Linc., porter of Haulgarth, in the said town, collector of the rent of Jesarhaull in the same town, and collector of the tronage and peisage there, during pleasure, with 10l. 19s. a year. Del. Otford, 20 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 5. [1736.]
31. Sir Thomas Lovell, treasurer of the Household. Mortmain licence to grant to the prioress and convent of St. John the Baptist, Halywell, Midd., lands to the value of 40l. a year. Del. Otford, 20 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 5. [1737.]
32. Mayor and burgesses of Poole. Inspeximus and confirmation of:—
Ch. 1 July, 31 Hen. VI.
Pat. 20 Jan. 1 Edw. IV. (p. 3, m. 23), confirming:—
Pat. 8 July, 11 Hen. VI.
Westm., 20 June [3 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. roll 44, No. 17.
33. William Norborough and Thomas Ward, yeoman harbinger. Grant, in survivorship, of the office of porter of the castle of Walyngford, Berks. Greenwich, 28 May, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Otford, 21 June. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 6; and p. 3, m. 13. [1738.]
34. Thomas lord Dacre and Greystok, and Sir Rob. Drury, knight for the Body, Councillors. Commission to redress injuries on the Borders, with the Scotch commissioners. Del. Knoll, 22 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Scotch roll, 3 Hen. VIII. m. 8. Rymer XIII., 301. [1739.]
35. Sir Edward Ponynges, K.G., Comptroller of the Household. To be admiral of the expedition going to assist Charles prince of Castile against Charles Egmunde of Geldres, in accordance with a treaty by which Henry VIII. is bound to assist the Prince of Castile if invaded. Del. Knoll, 22 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. French roll, 3 Hen. VIII. m. 8. Rymer XIII., 287. [1740.]
36. Justices of Assize.
Western Circuit.—Association of Th. Elyot and Th. Fitzhugh with Ric. Elyot and Lewis Pollard. Westm., 22 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 10d. [1741.]
37. Nicholas Curleus, parson of the church of St. Mary Magdalene, Mylk Street, London. Presentation to the church of St. Nichasius, in the marches of Calais, in the diocese of Terouenne, in exchange with Thomas Waren, clk. Del. Westm., 23 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 2. [1742.]
38. David Cecill, yeoman of the Chamber. To be bailiff or keeper of Wittelesmere and keeper of the swans therein, and in the counties of Huntingdon, Cambridge, Lincoln and Northampton; for 30 years, and afterwards during pleasure, at an annual rent of 3l. Del. Knoll, 23 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 6. [1743.]
39. William Compton. To be, for life, keeper of the great park of Windsor, with the manor and ponds therein, vice John Roudon, resigned; keeper of the manor and lordship and park and outwoods of Ditton, Bucks, vice Robert Nicols, dec., with 3d. a day and the herbage and pannage; and (in reversion) keeper of the little park of Windsor, now held by Gilbert Mawdesley. Knoll, 26 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 6. [1744.]
40. Commission of the Peace. (See Appendix.)
Oxfordshire.—Westm., 26 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 3d. [1745.]
41. Gaol Delivery.
Home Circuit.—Sir John Fyneux, Sir Rob. Rede, and Will. Mordaunt. Westm., 26 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 14d. [1746.]
42. Robert Blagge. To be third baron of the Exchequer, during good conduct; with confirmation of patent 6 Dec. 18 Hen. VII., granting him, for life, the office of King's remembrancer of the Exchequer, with the same fees as John Fitzherbert had. Eltham, 20 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 27 June. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 11. [1747.]
43. William Cope and William Fitzwilliam. To be, in survivorship, keepers of the park of Guldeford; stewards of the lordships of Werpesden alias Worplesden, and Witteley, Surr.; and masters of the hunt of Witteley park, as held by Sir Reginald Bray; on surrender of patent 4 March, 1 Hen. VIII., by which the said offices were granted to Cope alone. Monastery of Reading, 26 July, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 27 June, 3 Hen. VIII. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 6. [1748.]
44. Thomas ap Rotheragh, alias ap Throtheragh, of co. Pembroke. Pardon. Greenwich, 8 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 27 June. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 8. [1749.]
45. William Huntrodes, the King's chaplain. Presentation to the free chapel, hospital or rectorship of St. Nicholas near Richmond, in the jurisdiction of Thomas Dalby, archdeacon of Richmond, void by resignation of Master Anthony Fisher. Greenwich, 1 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 June. P.S. [1750.]
46. Edward Howell, M.A. Presentation to the parish church of Dertyngton, Exeter dioc., void by resignation. Eltham, 20 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 June. P.S. [1751.]
47. William Hampden. Livery of lands as son and heir of Sir Edmund Hampden and Elizabeth his wife. Del. Westm., 28 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 22. [1752.]
48. Walter Harper, yeoman of the Male. Grant, for life, of two tenements in the parish of Frutewell, Oxon, lately held by Robert Spenser from Hen. VII. Greenwich, 10 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 June. P.S. (in English). Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 2. [1753.]
49. John Yong, keeper of the Rolls and Records of Chancery. To cancel three recognizances of 240l., made by Sir Robert Dymmok, of London, and Andrew Byllysby, of Byllysby, Linc., 8 July, 23 Hen. VII., to Sir Thomas Lovell and other councillors; it appearing, before certain of the executors of Henry VII. "and other of our Councell," that they were unjustly bound. Greenwich, 30 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. (countersigned: Ri. Wynton, T. Duresme, Ri. London, Jo. Roff., Jo. Fyneux, Jo. Yong, R. Rede, John Cutte, T. Surrey, C. Somerset. In the presence of Harry Marny, T. Englefild), [1758.]
The same. Like warrant touching four recognizances of 800 marks, made by Sir Robert Curson, of Ippeswich, Sir Robert Clere, of Ormesby, Norf., Sir Robert Dymmok, of Skrebyllesby, Linc., and John Hennyngham, of Suffolk, 8 Nov. 23 Hen. VII. Greenwich, 30 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. (countersigned: Ri. Wynton, T. Surrey, Ri. London, T. Duresme, Jo. Roff., Jo. Fyneux, R. Rede, John Cutte. In the presence of Harry Marny, T. Englefild). [1757.]
The same. Like warrant touching four recognizances of 320l. each, made by Sir Robert Clere, of Ormesby, Norf., Sir Robert Peyton of Idland, Camb., and Christopher Jenney, of London, 21 July, 23 Hen. VII. Greenwich, 30 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. (countersigned; Ri. Wynton, T. Surrey, Ri. London, T. Duresme, Jo. Roff., Jo. Fyneux, Jo. Yong, R. Rede, John Cutte. In the presence of Harry Marny, T. Englefild). [1756.]
The same. Like warrant touching a recognizance of 200 marks, made by George earl of Shrewsbury and Sir John Huddilston, 1 Aug. 22 Hen. VII. Greenwich, 30 June, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. (countersigned: Ri. Wynton, Ric. London, T. Duresme. T. Surrey, Thomas Lovell, Jo. Fyneux, Jo. Yong. In the presence of Harry Marny, T. Englefild. Sealed). [1755.]
50. John Myklowe, clerk comptroller of the Household, and George Assheby, clerk of the Signet. Grant of the goods forfeited on flight of Thomas Duredaunt, senior, and Tho. Duredaunt, junior, of Denham, Bucks, charged, by an inquisition before John Gardner, coroner, on 26 April last, with the murder of Geoffrey Symeon, at Denham. on 19 April last. Greenwich, 16 May, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 30 June. P.S. [1759.]
51. Thomas Hall, clk. Presentation to the parish church of Garsedon, Salisb. dioc., void by death of John West. Greenwich, 20 May, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 30 June. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 11. [1760.]
52. Sewers.
Somerset.—Commission to Sir Th. Greynfeld, Sir Ric. Warre, Baldwin Malet, John Portman, John Bevyn, John Porter, John Cave, and Alex. Sydenham, for the district extending from Michellis Bourgh to Lyng, thence to Bokeland, thence to Bridgewater, and thence to the sea. Westm., 30 June. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16d. [1761.]

Footnotes

1 Uncertain whether 7 or 9.
2 Sanuto has a note (col. 187) that about 22 May letters from the Papal Court reported that the bishop of Scotland, ambassador, had gone from Bologna to the King of France, at Lyons, to treat some arrangement.