Cecil Papers
March 1611

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G. Dyfnallt Owen (editor)

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1970

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294-295

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'Cecil Papers: March 1611', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 21: 1609-1612 (1970), pp. 294-295. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112467 Date accessed: 28 July 2014.


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March 1611

Docquet of Warrants
1610–11, March 11.The following warrants procured by Sir Thomas Lake:
To the Lord Chancellor for a writ under the Great Seal to the Sheriffs of London for the burning of Bartholomew Legatt, convicted of divers horrible heresies before the Bishop of London and by his sentence left to the secular power. Subscribed by Mr Attorney-General.
For a writ to the Sheriff of Litchfeild for the burning of Edward Wightman, convicted of the like offences before the Bishop of Coventry and Litchfeild. Subscribed by Mr Attorney-General.
A release to Robert White, Master of Arts, one of his Majesty's chaplains in ordinary, of all offences committed by him in not residing upon his cure, being parson of the rectory of Llangeniwen and Newburgh, co. Anglesey, in the diocese of Bangor, in regard the cause of his nonresidence was in spending his time in study in the University of Cambridge and under the age of 40 years. Subscribed by the Bishop of Bath and Wells.
A gunner's room in the Tower of London with the fee of 6d a day granted to William Fishenden for life in reversion after such as have former reversions. Subscribed by the Lord Carew.
To the Exchequer to pay such sums and to such persons as the Earl of Suffolk shall signify under his hand for defraying the charges of the Ambassador sent from the King of Denmark. Procured by order from the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
A letter to the Lord Deputy of Ireland to lay his Majesty's express commandment upon all his servitors there to aid to the uttermost of their powers the undertakers in the county of Armagh in defence of their lands and goods against any thieves (their neighbours) that would oppress them. Justice to be severely executed against such as shall be apprehended and convicted for such capital offences. The Deputy to discharge all such of his Majesty's servitors of all commands and entertainments that they hold from his Highness, as he shall find to be slack in their duties or willing to see the undertakers discouraged in their plantation. Divers other clauses entered at large in the private book. Dated at head 11 Martii 1610.
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Sir Julius Caesar to the Earl of Salisbury
1610–11, March 15.I have sent herewith Mr. Brigtys collection of the debts according to your direction yesterday, and another paper of the receipts and issues between this and midsummer; likewise a paper of such casual revenue to be reserved apart from other receipts for the King's bounty. Strond, 15 Mart. 1610.
Holograph Seal Endorsed: "1610, March 1 (sic). Mr. Chancellor to my Lord." ⅓ p. (128 104)