Cecil Papers
1562

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1915

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'Cecil Papers: 1562', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 13: Addenda (1915), pp. 59-60. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112022 Date accessed: 18 September 2014.


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1562

Jersey and Guernsey.
1562, June 27.Certificates of demises and grants of the Queen's lands &c. in Jersey and Guernsey as are passed in fee farm by Sir Hugh Poulet, Captain of the said Isle, Richard Wursley, George Poulet, George Milles, and Peter Smyth, by virtue of their commission dated 27 June, 4 Eliz. [1562]; with the fines and rents. Also lands passed in exchange.
Signed by the above Commissioners. 10 sheets of parchment. (223. 6.)
Articles for the Interview between Queen Elizabeth and Mary, Queen of Scots.
[1562, June.]Articles between the Commissioners of the Queens of England and Scotland, arranging for the meeting of the Queens at York, or between York and the river Trent, between August 20 and Sept. 20. Gives the conditions of meeting, and the arrangements for the Queen of Scots' journey.
Draft, wth corrections by Cecil. Parchment. 1 p. Printed in Haynes pp. 388–390. See Calendar, part. 1, p. 266. (215. 10.)
Guernsey.
1562, July 4.Commission to Sir Peter Mewtas, Sir Hugh Powlett, Captain of Jersey, Richard Worsley, Captain of the Isle of Wight, George Mylles, Peter Smyth and Thomas Compton; for the survey of the Isle of Guernsey, with schedule of the information to be obtained.—Westminster, 4 July, 1562.
Parchment. 1 p. (215. 11.)
[The Queen] to [the Hanse Steads].
[1562, July.]Acknowleges their letter of May, and discusses various matters relating to their privileges.— Undated.
Draft. 1¼ pp. (247. 129.)
Latin version of the above letter, with note at foot "Ex per me R. Aschamum."
Endorsed by Cecil, July, 1562. 2 pp. (247. 130.)
The Council to the Executors of George, late Lord Cobham.
1562, Sept. 2.For the payment of 120l. due for the subsidy.
Note of the payment thereof, December 4, 1562.
1 p. (145. 175.)
Jersey.
1562, Oct.Ordinances for Jersey. Sir Hugh Poullet Captain and Governor.—October, 1562.
Signed by Hugh Poulet, the Commissioners, and the jurats. Seal. Parchment. 1 p. (215. 12.)
Frederic III, Elector Palatine, to the Queen.
1562, Dec. 10.As to the Queen's desire, as mentioned by her envoys, Henry Knolles [Cnollins] and Christopher Mundt [Montius], for a common league between all the Protestant kings and princes.
"Ex civitate nostra Heydelberga x Decembris Anno Domini MDLXII."
Signed: Fridericus Elector Palatinus.
[For original see Calendar of State Papers, Foreign Series, 1562, p. 534, No. 1220.]
Copy. 4½ pp. (147. 20.)
Customs Rates.
1562."The Rates of the Custom house, Subsidye or Poundage. Imprynted at London at the longe Shop, adjoining unto Sainct Mildreds Churche, in the Pultrie, by Ihon Alde. 1562."
Contains a few M.S. notes by Burghley and others. (334. 1.)
Sir William Keyllwey to the Council.
[1562 or later.]By letters of Sept. 4 Eliz. he was commanded to repair to Portsmouth [damaged] charge in the absence of Sir Adrian Poynings, with certain allowances. Was also by the Council's letters charged with the offices of muster master, paymaster, and water bailiff, besides dealings with marine causes, and with the purveyors. He was also enforced to be at great charge by reason of the continual coming and going of noblemen of each nation about the Queen's affairs. Prays their mediation with the Queen for consideration of his expenses.—Undated.
Damaged. ½ p. (213. 77.)
[The Queen] to [the Hanse Steads].
1562–3, March 20.In reply to their letter of July 6 last, respecting differences between them and the London merchants. Renews the offers made in certain previous articles.—20 March, 1562.
Draft with corrections by Cecil. 4½ pp. (247. 125.)


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