Henry VIII
September 1543, 26-30

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'Henry VIII: September 1543, 26-30', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 18 Part 2: August-December 1543 (1902), pp. 115-143. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76769 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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September 1543, 26-30

26 Sept.
Original Letters, 240 (Parker Soc.)
219. Richard H[Illes] to Henry Bullinger.
Sends him 10 Italian crowns for the poor exiles, rich, however, in Christ. His wife expects her confinement in three weeks. At last fair gave Henry Falckner 4fl. for Bullinger's books. Pray tell him that though he solemnly promised that I should be paid at this Frankfort fair all the money he owed me (about 124 crowns) in golden ducats, I have not received above 4 from Master Christopher, but in other money as usual. Details of the transactions. No news, but that our King has within these 2 months (as I wrote to John Burcher) burnt 3 godly men (fn. 1) in one day. For in July he married the widow of a nobleman named Latimer; and he is always wont to celebrate his nuptials by some wickedness of this kind. Strasburg, 26 Sept. 1543.
P.S.—Desires him to give, with these letters addressed to Germans, 10 other French crowns and his other letter to John Burcher.
27 Sept.
Add. MS. 32,652, f. 151. B. M. Hamilton Papers, II., No. 47.
220. Suffolk, Tunstall and Browne to the Council.
Forward three letters received from the lord Warden, viz., one to him from Wharton, about his conference with lord Maxwell and his son, who seem to stand fast to the King, one from young Mr. Maxwell to the lord Privy Seal and one from Wharton to me, Sir Anthony Broune. Darneton, 27 Sept. Signed.
P.S.—Enclose copy of their letter to Mr. Sadleyr concerning their consultation upon the device sent to Suffolk for the sending of a secret message to the Governor; and the copy of their letter to the Council explaining why they wrote to Sadleyr. Upon the arrival of the above mentioned letters, have stayed sending the letters to Sadleyr, for if the King give ear to these new overtures "then should this nothing agree withal."
P. 1. Add. Endd. : 1543.
27 Sept.
Add. MS. 32,652, f. 153. B. M. Hamilton Papers, No. II., 48.
221. Suffolk, Parr, Tunstall and Browne to the Council.
On the 24th inst. Sir Ant. Browne arrived here and showed my lord Lieutenant and my lord of Duresme his instructions. To know within what time 8,000 horsemen and 2,000 light footmen might be brought to the Borders; have perused the muster books of the shires in Suffolk's commission and (appointing to make 2,600 spearmen, which is the most that can be spared leaving the Borders furnished, 2,000 archers on horseback and 2,000 on foot, and 3,400 bill men on horseback) find that, the foremost of them gathering together and making their coats, to come to the Borders by such journeys as to save their horses will take them 15 days. All diligence shall be made in preparing things meet for such a number. Darnton, 27 Sept. Signed.
Pp. 2. Add. Sealed. Endd. : 1543.
27 Sept.
Add. MS. 32,652, f. 148. B. M. Hamilton Papers, II., No. 46. Sadler State Papers, I., 308.
222. Sadler to the Council.
Yesternight received theirs of 22 Sept., showing that the King "minding suddenly to correct the folly and untruth of these Scots," would have him convey himself to Temtallon, or some place of strength belonging to the King's friends, from whence to send such advertisements as he can get. Explains that it is impossible to convey himself and his folk out of this town, for the inhabitants will not suffer it until they have their ships; and nightly watch is kept about his house, nominally for his surety, but really to prevent his stealing away. If revoked in case of war, the nobility would doubtless see him safely conveyed out. At Temptallon, which is almost 30 miles within Scotland, he could do no service; for he could neither get news nor send messengers, if the King's army were in Scotland. Begs to know by next post what to do. Edinburgh, 27 Sept. Signed.
In cipher, pp. 2. Add. Sealed.
lb f. 150 2. Decipher of the preceding.
Pp. 2. Endd. : 1543.
27 Sept.
Add. MS. 32,652, f. 144. B. M. Hamilton Papers, II., No. 45. Sadler State Papers, I., 306.
223. Sadler to Suffolk and Tunstall.
Has received their two letters of 22 and 23 Sept. in cipher brought by Scottish men. Things here remain as described in his last letters to the King, viz., that, if the King will accept four or five of the prisoners as hostages, restore the ships and goods and redress attemptates on the Borders, all the nobility will concur to the accomplishment of the treaties. Angus and his party will not convene with these lords here, but intend to be here on this day sevennight with such force as to compel these lords to perform the treaties. Wrote that he feared the King's letter to Angus was intercepted; but he is now advertised by Sir George Douglas that it was delivered to him, untouched, at Coldingham, and by him conveyed to Angus at Douglas. Sir George means to carry the answer himself to Berwick, and to go to their lordships, but is somewhat accrased. The Cardinal has made sundry means to speak with Sadler, and did so yesterday at the Black Friars. He made a long discourse to the effect that he had been misreported to the King, whose favour he desired more than that of any prince in the world, and whose pleasure no man in Scotland was more ready to set forth than he; and he would do his best to bring the whole nobility and clergy to concur to the performance of the treaties. His words showed him most desirous of the King's favour, but Sadler cannot tell how his deeds will declare him. Edinburgh, 27 Sept. Signed.
P.S.—Has received theirs of 24 Sept., with letters in cipher from the Council appointing to him "a very strange commission." It will be very hard and dangerous to him and all with him to remain here amongst their enemies in time of open war. Has written again to the Council and begs that his letters may be forwarded with diligence.
In cipher, pp. 4. Add. Endd. : 1543.
Ib. f. 146. 2. Decipher of the preceding. Pp. 3.
28 Sept.
R. O.
224. Bonner to Henry VIII.
On the 25th the Emperor left Diest, 4 miles hence (where the Diet of these parts had made him an aid of 400,000 guldens for these wars), coming in his litter, to a monastery 2 miles hence, where he lodged the night; and next day arrived here with the Regent. Grandevele here said the Emperor had eftsoons sent Mons. de Chantynew, his son, to Henry; and he (Granvelle), as he promised at Maguntia, had written all things to their Ambassador to be declared to Henry, with the submission of the duke of Cleves and order taken therein. He said their Ambassador in England wrote that he and the Council there marvelled they had no oftener advice from hence. Bonner answered that he was no Frenchman, but wrote only what he knew. Granvelle said that lately, because things were not concluded, they knew, not what they might truly write. Answered that, being joined to the Emperor as he was, it was expedient that the King should be kept informed of all their doings; and that, but for Granvelle's sending him to Colen (which in this war time seemed to him a prison), he would have seen to it. Granvelle assured him that they did not fail to advertise the Ambassador "of all things necessary;" and, herewith, declared the conditions of the contract between the Emperor and duke of Cleves, promising a copy (afterwards sent, and which Bonner now sends to be conferred with that which Granvelle says he sent by his son). Granvelle also said that the Emperor had been troubled with gout, but was better and, on the 28th inst., would depart hence 3 miles (to Waver, as Bonner has since learnt) and thence goes to Nyvell, 7 miles hence, where the Regent leaves him and he goes to the camp; "and our men (quoth Mons. Granvell) shall now another while grassari in Gallos, the Emperor is so utterly bent and moved."
The Emperor's jewels were brought from Colen when Bonner departed; and, at the same time, 30 great pieces of ordnance and much gun powder went thence to Mastricke and the camp. Thirty more great pieces and much powder remain to come by water to Flanders. Since leaving Colen, has sent divers letters, among them one of the 7th (copy enclosed), but is uncertain whether they reached the King, considering the dangerous passage, as well during the war as afterwards when the duke of Cleves' retinue, being put out of wages, "became their own men and robbed and spoiled as many as they were able to overcome." Departs hence to-morrow. Lovaine, 28 Sept., at night.
Hol., pp. 2. Add. Sealed. Endd. : 1543.
29 Sept.
R. O. [Spanish Calendar, VI. II., No. 234.]
225. Chapuys to the Queen of Hungary.
As Chantonnay will relate occurrents, he will only beg her to see to the release of the Sieur Bernard de Sainct Boniface, detained at Rippemonde, in whose favour certain of the Council has spoken. London, 29 Sept. 1543.
French, p. 1. Modern extract from Vienna.

R. O.
226. Sir George Carew.
Receiver's account, quarter by quarter, of receipts and payments out of Sir George Carew's lands of Polslowe, Stoke Fleming, &c., from Christmas 32 Hen. VIII. to Mich. 35 Hen. VIII. Clear acquittances between "my master Sir George Carew and me" are mentioned as made 1 Nov. 33 Hen. VIII. and 12 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII., and many particulars of payments to agents, servants, &c., for very various purposes.
At the end are two torn entries from Court rolls of 20 Hen. VIII. in which the names Henry Marquis of Exeter and "Colyton" appear, and an account for house repairs (also torn).
Pp. 22. Headed : "Apertinet Edm. Lentall de Moncketon."

R. O.
227. East Witton.
Petitions of Laur. Askewith, bailiff of Est Witton, for the years 34 and 35 Hen. VIII., viz., for allowance of a wapentake fine, certain rents in Ellingstring and Ellington, repairing the chapel of Est Witton and "for making of a thewe otherwise called a cowking stowle, iijs. viijd."
P. 1. Five items marked in another hand "allor", and one struck out.

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228. Parham.
Bill of payments ["for the holylof, 14d."], (fn. 2) for "movyng" (mowing) of the King's mead 2s. 6d., for diking between the Little Park and the Worthy 3s., and "for diking of the King's river in Great Parram" 19s. 8d. Marked in another hand : "allor ao xxxvto."
Small paper, p. 1.

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229. Holme in Spalding Moor.
Bill for allowances [asked by the bailiff of Holme in Spalding Moor?] headed :—"Holme : Petycyons of a louens in thre xxxv yer of the ren of our most soveran lord Kynge Herre the Eghte." Each of the twelve items is, in another hand, either marked as allowed (e.g. "my fee which is by year iijl. xd.," "the arnest wych ys in my charge and (fn. 3) the abbatment ys thys yer iijli.," or "for skoryn of a water souer be tuyxt Eweryngam and the ernest called Blak Dyk Bank, cxx rud after 1d. ob. a rud, by wertoue of the Kynges comycyon, xvs.") or else cancelled (e.g. "gefn to iij questys ij hed cort das, euere quest xijd., the a louens wharof ys vjs." or "drywyn the mor for stras iiij men iij days as costom has ben afor to met and wagys iijs. ijd."). Total 11l. 4s. 10d.
Pp. 2.
29 Sept.
R. O. St. P., IX. 515.
230. Wotton to Henry VIII.
The Emperor, somewhat amended, came to Lovain on Wednesday (fn. 4) and on Tuesday (fn. 5) next will be at Quesnoy le Conte, where he will leave the Lady Regent and go through with his own army, leaving Arschot's company before Landrissy. President Schore says that the Emperor intends to leave all his ambassadors at Mons in Hainault, but Wotton may follow the Queen to Quesnoy; that the French, having taken the town and castle of Luxemburgh, seem perplexed and afraid to assault Tyonville; also that the Emperor leads 30,000 footmen and 7,000 or 8,000 horsemen into France; which seems great, considering how many are left at Landrissy and on the frontiers at Luxemburgh, Fryseland and Artois and with the Prince of Orenge in Gelderland. The weather improves. The Emperor's army is setting forward, and he is well amended and trusts to ride with them into France. Bruxelles, 29 Sept. 1543.
Hol., pp. 2. Add. Endd.
29 Sept.
R. O.
231. Augmentation Accounts.
Account of Sir Edw. North, treasurer of Augmentations, appointed by letters patent under the seal of the said Court 17 March 31 Hen. VIII., from Mich. 31 Hen. VIII., before which time Sir Thos. Pope, accounted, (fn. 6) to Mich. 35 Hen. VIII.
I. CHARGE, viz. :—
i. Arrears, 68,251l. 10s. 10¼d.
ii. Receipts :—
(1) From the receiver general and seventeen particular receivers, the general receiver of the lands of St. John of Jerusalem, and the receiver general of woods, at various dates specified; the abp. of Canterbury and Sir Ric. Ryche. Total, 177,806l. 7s. 4 13/16d.
(2) From sale of goods and chattels, lead and bells, viz., from Hen. Over of Coventry (a debt due to Syon monastery), Wm. Gerrard and Thos. Walker (for bell metal), John Core (for bell metal), Sir Ric. Gressham (for bells of Blakeney and Burneham, Norf.), Hugh Payne (for ornaments and books of St. Martin's le Grand), Wm. Burnell (for goods there), John Blakewall, clk., and Robt. Burgoyn (for goods of Worcester priory), Geo. Giffarde (for goods of Dalby and Rotheley preceptory), Sir Robt. Southwell (for goods of St. Andrew's in Northampton and Bermondsey, and for the remainder of 900l. given to him and Thos. Spilleman to purchase lands to be enclosed in the King's park of Otteford, Kent), Edw. lord Clynton (for lead of Sempringham), divers persons not named (for goods sold at Christchurch, Canterbury, out of the house of Thos. earl of Essex beside Friars Augustines at the time of his apprehension, and at St. Peter's, Westminster), Wm. lord Howard (repayment of 400 mks. prested to him 4 Jan. 32 Hen. VIII. upon the King's warrant of that date), Wm. Egle (debt due to Bury St. Edmunds), Ric. Bridges, of Shyfford, Beds, Wm. Knight, LL. D., bp. of Bath and Wells, Sir Thos. Wyatt, Wm. Barlowe, bp. of St. Asaph's and St. Davids, Robt. Townshend, serjeant at law, and Charles duke of Suffolk (various debts), Hen. earl of Worcester (for goods of Tinterne), Thos. earl of Rutland (for goods of Wartres, Yorks.), and about forty other debts, due upon obligations of various dates, from Nic. Servington, Wm. Appowell, Thos. Payn, Thos. Kemyes and others, Sir Chas. Herbert, Nic. Wykes and others, Sir John Seintloo, Thos. earl of Rutland, the town of Calais, Edw. Elrington, Thos. Hurte and others, Robt. Seintleger, John North, Thos. earl of Rutland, Sir Ph. Hobby, — (blank) late abbot of St. Albans, Edm. Wright, and twenty-three others who, except Wm. and Ant. Rouse, Robt. Tyrrell and John Russell, paid very small sums. Total, 13,248l. 18s.
(3) From sale of lands by the King (the lands briefly indicated with, in most cases, the former owners). The purchasers, whose full designation is in each case given, are :—
Year 32 Hen. VIII.—Wm. Whorewoodd, Edw. Shelley, Sir John Bridges, Edw. Skipwith, John Carleton, John Adams, Wm. Chester of Bristol, Ric. Seycill, Roger More, Ph. Parrys, Sir Chr. Hales, Sir Roger Chomley, Wm. Sharington, John Hennage, Thos. duke of Norfolk, Thos. Mildemay, Robt. Acton, Sir Wm. Weste, Roland Hille, Ant. Denny, Edw. Millett, Sir John Gresseham, Sir Thos. Poynynges, Thos. Bromeley, Sir Ric. Gressham, Sir Wm. Pykering, Sir Ralph Sadlyer, Roger Honnynges, Edm. Peckeham, Thos. Harvye, Edw. Litleton, Robt. Palmer, Thos. Godsalve, Charles duke of Suffolk, Eliz. Hille, widow, Sir Michael Dormer, Thos. Drakes, Sir Thos. and Nic. Straunge, Robt. Throgmerton, Steph. ap Henry, Thos. Welden, Sir Percival Herte, Wm. Raynesford, John Norres, John Pyers, Walter lord Ferrers, Ric. Fulmerston, Ralph Clervys, Ant. Harvy, Sir John Williams, John Sprynge, mayor of Bristol, Jas. Lawson, Sir Edw. Boughton, Edw. Cornewales, John Starre, Wm. Gunstone, city of Norwich, Sir John Raynesford, Humph. Watkyns, Sir Brian Tuke, John Maynard, Sir Thos. Hennage, Sir Ric. Riche, Sir Jas. Bulloyngne, Fras. Pigott, Robt. Dacres. Thos. earl of Rutland, Sir Edw. North, Martin Bowes, Thos. Bowyer, Robt. Phillippes, Wm. Blitheman, Thos. Savell, Wm. Rygges, Barth. Pigott, John Godderd, Wm. Trayford, John Busshe, Chr. Campion, John Daccombe, Wm. Lock, Edw. Fetyplace, John Bacon, Wm. Richeman alias Webbe, Ralph Rowlett, Ric. Combs, Mich. Asshfeld, Nic. Bacon, John Menefye and Eliz. his wife, Sir Thos. Pope, Ant. Bellasses, clk., Thos. Symlott alias Barbour, Walter Hendley, Ric. Pollard, Thos. Noke, Thos. Horseman, John Cope, Robt. Holgate bp. of Llandaff, Sir Thos. Dennys, Thos. Arthur, Thos. Blencowe, Wm. Copyn, Thos. Arderne, Wm. Risley, Sir John Seint John, John Southcote and John Ridgewey, Sir Jas. Strangeweys, John Williamson (of Milnebeck under Skydowe, Cumb.), Sir Richard Manxell, John Thetcher, John Mascall, Roland Latham, Robt. Dighton, Thos. Holdecrofte, Wm. Rede, Thos. duke of Norfolk, John and Thos. Burgoyn, Edw. Bury, John Wiberd, Wm. Ivgrave, John Sewster, Jas. Joskyn, Ant. Ellis and Ric. Ward, Thos. Shirley; Wm. Berners, Walter Farre and Wm. Glascok; Ric. Ingram, Ric. Mody, Sir Thos. Trenchard, Thos. Trenchard, Sir Thos. Arrundell, Ant. Skynner, Wm. Pounde, Edm. Hall, Arth. Porter, Ric. Cowper, John ap Hugh ap Conwaye, Wm. Ligons, Robt. Burgoyn, Thos. Hall of Huntingdon, Sir John Gifford, Chr. Coote, Sir Ant. Hungerford, Thos. Locker and Wm. Bromley, Thos. Dereham, Geo. Perpoynte, Roger Wentworth, John Scudeamore, John Corbett, Thos. earl of Rutland. Total, 91,986l. 8s. 6d.
Year 33 Hen. VIII.—Robt. Drowrey, Sir John Baldewyn, Robt. Chester, John Smyth, Sir John Baker and Robt. Oxenbridge, Thos. Eglesfeld, John Malte, Erasmus Crykener, Wm. Lawton, Wm. Bromley, John Aylyff, one of the King's surgeons, Roland Hill, Thos. Thacker, John Tyttley and Eliz. Restwold, Sir Thos. Seymour, Leonard Chamberlayne, Ric. Grenefeld, Sir John Duddeley, Sir Walter Dennys, Ph. Hobby, Thos. Knyghton, Hugh ap Henrye, Thos. earl of Rutland, Wm. Jefson, John Kingesmyll, Robt. Tyrrell, Sir John Seint John, John Smyth, baron of the Exchequer, Edw. Mounynges, John Carleton, John Wellesbourne, John Stokedale, Ant. Aucher, Robt. Southwell, Roger Horton, Robt. Hennage, Robt. Darkenoll, Thos. Paston, Sir Wm. Sydney, Geo. Owen, M.D., Thos. Barnardiston, John Claydon, John Cannon, Wm. Savyn, serjeant at arms, Jas. Strilley, Edm. Powell, Wm. Rede, Sir Hen. Longe, John Gates, Urian Brereton, senior, Sir Arth. Darcy John Croke; Kath. Champernon, John Ridgewey and Walter Smyth; Hugh Askewe, Geo. Zouche, Arth. Longefeld, Sir Ralph Sadlier. Total, 30,498l. 7s. 3d.
Year 34 Hen. VIII.—Geo. Nodes, Hen. earl of Cumberland, Edw. Boughton, John Cheyney, John Poyntz, John Arnold, Nic. Alcok, surgeon, Sir Wm. Newenham, Geo. Harper, lord Chancellor Audeley, Edm. Horne, Charles duke of Suffolk, Ric. Andrewes, Thos. Belle, Edw. earl of Hertford, Geo. Throgmerton, Sir Thos. Pope, Sir Robt. Kyrkeham, city of Coventry, Andrew lord Windesore, Robt. Davye, master and fellows of St. Michael's House in Cambridge, Robt. Turwhite, Morgan Wolff, Ph. Hobby, city of Canterbury, city of Gloucester, Ant. Bonefiz alias Bonevix, Sir Roland Hill, Ric. Andrewes, John Denton, Sir Hen. Grey, Wm. Sharington, John Price, Steph. Vaughan, wardens of the parish church of St. Mary Overey, Mercers' Company of London, Robt. Browne and John Pye. Giles Pole, Ant. Denny, John Fletewood, John Marshe, Robt. White, Sir Humph. Browne, Leonard Bekwith, Sir John Baker, Sir John Williams and Ant. Stringer, Humph. Colles, Wm. Lambe, Fras. Framlyngham, Sir Edw. Aston, Ric. Cromwell. Total, 36,122l. 14s. 7¾d.
Year 35 Hen. VIII.—Robt. Goodwyn, Hugh Losse, John and Alice Howe, John Seintleger, Sir Robt. Southwell, Sir Mich. Lyster, Sir Wm. Essex, St. Mary's College beside Winchester, Tatteshall College, Hen. Cartewright, John Bannaster, Ph. Vanwilder, Sir Gervaise Clifton, Fras. Poole, Thos. Hobson, Sir Giles Strangeways, Hen. (sic) earl of Rutland, Sir Wm. Willoughby, Ric. Andrewes, Sir Ric. Gresham, Thos. earl of Rutland, Ric. Lee, Arth. Aishton, Jas. Gage, Roland Goodman, John and Wm. Gyles, Sir John Hynde, Nic. Mynne, John Barnardiston, Miles Forreste, Ric. Saverie, Jas. Lawson, Walter Farre, Roger Grenehalagh, Wm. Bevell, Ric. Modye, auditor, Ric. Paver, Walter Smythe, Sir Humph. Foster, Ric. Jennour, Jas, Gage, Ralph Latham, Sir Thos. Pope, Ric. Wrashington, Walter Hendley, Geoff. Shakerley, Thos. Hemyng, Wm. Whorewod, Ric. Bartelett, M.D., Ric. Pexsall, Thos. Lawe, Ric. Callowhyll, Ambrose Beckewith, Wm. Burnell, Thos. Grene, Thos. and John Horner, Steph. Bekyngham, Nic. Bristowe, Thos. Dalton, Sir Edw. North, Matilda Lane, Edw. Griffyth, Sir Martyn Bowes, John Bellowe and Robt. Brokelesby, Jas. Lewson, merchant of the Staple, Ric. Duke, Robt. Ryche, Wm. Ivgrave, Edw. Humfrey, Thos. Broke, John Oteley, John Deane, clk., John Lamberte, Sir John Horsey, Hen. Brayne, Andrew Judde, Sir Ric. (sic) Manxell, Hen. Cryche, Wm. Sandes, Robt. Wingefeld, Edw. Gostwyke, Thos. Hutton, John Dorsett, Thos. White, Thos. Barnardiston, Hen. Tolson, Thos. Dennys, Thos. Belle, Chr. Crakenthorpp, Ric. Vincent, Thos. Holte, Sir Edm. Peckeham, Wm. Milleward, John Taw and Edw. Taylour, Nic, Tychebourne, Ric. Parker, Wm. Cooke, Thos. Barrowe, Wm. Eccleston, Ric. Pymond, John Kechen, Clement Higham, Jas. Colyer, Sir Wm. lord Stourton, Thos. Bartelett, Ric. Watkyns alias Vaughan, Sir Wm. Weste, Edw. Stradlyng, Michael Fox, Hen. Bradshawe, Geo. Throckemerton, Sir John Rogers, Thos. Godwyn, Thos. Vachell, Thos. Cheyney, Sir Michael Dormer, Wm. Babthorpp, John Bradshaw, Hen. Parker, David Marten, Sir Edw. Carne, Thos. Knyght, John Edmondes, Fras. Cave, Adam Winthorppe, John Sewster, Wm. Wyatt and Robt. Austen, Thos. Arden, Giles Worseloy, Robt. Lawley, Thos. Ireland, Anne Corbett, widow, Wm. Dalyson, John Corbett, Thos. Themys, Thos. Sutton, Edm. Harman, Thos. Gale, Ric. and Sir John Brydges, Robt. and Giles Townesend, Thos. Broke, Hugh Starkeby, Sir John Guyldeford, Andrew Nevell, John Cocke, Wm. and Fras. Sheldon, Ric. Goodyere and Wm. Gowre, John Kingesmyll, Wm. Thomas, Sir Arth. Darcye, Sir Robt. Dormer, John Wilde, Edw. earl of Hertford, Sir John Gostwik, Wm. Sheldon and Wm. Wilkington, Geo. Node, Edm. Wright, Edw. Hosyar, Sir John Gressham, town of Newcastle upon Tyne. churchwardens of Romsey, Hants, John Dethik, Ric. Andrews, Sir Ric. Lister, Nic. Snelle, Hen. Parker lord Morley, Edm. Mordaunte; John Hamond, Thos. Maynard and Ric. Eve; Ph. Hobby, Emanuel Lucar, Robt. Stapleton, Robt. Harryes, Sir Wm. Paston, John Wiseman, Maurice Dennys, John Podage, John Smyth, Wm. Sharyngton, Chr. Willoughby, John lord Russell, Hen. Grubbe, Ant. Aucher, John Gates, Wm. Gerye, Ralph Rowlett, John Werberton, Geo. Ludlowe, Sir Roland Hille, Robt. Hugan, Thos. Arderne and Wm. Walter, Edw. lord Clynton, Clothiers' Company of London. Total, 105,332l. 13s. 11d.
Grand total, 263,840l. 4s. 3¾d.
(4) From fines paid for leases (particulars briefly indicated for each year), 705l. 4s. 1d.
(5) From sales of wood (particulars briefly indicated), 539l. 17s. 2d.
(6) From the first and second payments of the subsidy upon the pensions of religious persons, lately granted by the clergy in Parliament (amounts received from the receiver general and the particular receivers in the years 33, 34, and 35 Hen. VIII. specified). (fn. 7) Total, 6,553l. 2s. 9d.
(7) Aid of one fourth part, for the war, spontaneously granted by those having pensions of 20l. and upwards (amounts received from the several particular receivers in the years 34 and 35 Hen. VIII.) Total, 2,885l. 12s. 9d.
Total receipts, with the arrears, 533,935l. 17s. 3 13/16d.
From which :—
II. Payments :—
(1) Fees of officers of the Court, and some others, viz., Wriothesley. Sadler and Paget, the chief secretaries, the keepers of Hyde and Marybone Parks and of Waltham Forest, the chief justice and others for holding sessions at Ramsey and Bury St. Edmunds, lord Russell, Great Admiral (for 2½ years ending Christmas ao 34), lord Lylse (sic), Great Admiral (for the half year ending St. John's Day ao 35), and Sir Geo. Brooke lord Cobham (for keeping the mansion at Rochester 2½ years ended at Mich. ao 35), detailed, 5.146l. 15s.
(2) Annuities (detailing the terms for which each has been paid), viz. :—
Granted by the King :—To Eliz. Goldynge, widow, Sir Humph. Ratcliff; (fn. 8) Wm. Clement, master carpenter, and Chr. Dyggenson master mason (magister lathamorum) of Windsor Castle; Hen. Dyngley, Ric. Pygotte of Estgrenewyche. Wm. Fermore and Eliz. his wife, Sir Thos. Clyfford, Walter Cromer, M.D., Augustine de Augustinis, M.D., Sir Ric. Page, Thos. Birde; Robt. Perrye and Ric. Bowre of the Chapel Royal, Anne and Robert Adams, Hen. Stephynson of the Chapel Royal, Ric. Browne, John Norton, (fn. 8) Thos. Asshewell, Peter Gerarde, Jas. Gunter, Arth. Plantagenett lord Lysle, Edw. Fetyplace, Thos. Nevyll, Geo. Eaylesbury, Wm. Crane, Sir Gryffyn Dunne, Thos. Derbye, Sir Wm. Sydneye, Wm. Bereman; Jas. Rawson, Andrew Denburyes, John Payne, John Rombolde, Ric, Jekylle, Ric. Cordell, Walter Prowde, John Hulle, Thos. Courteney, Hen. Hogyns, Thos. Hynde, Wm. Barthlett, and Wm. Webster, yeomen of the Stable; Joan, widow and executrix of Robt. Cotes, a yeoman of the Chariots; Thos. Wallys, yeoman of the Stable; Thos. Miles and Geo. Foreman, pensioners of the Stable; Edw. Gregorye, yeoman of the Stable; Hen. Williams, one of the Footmen; Eliz. Holland, Robt. Rolffe, Hen. Howard, Thos. Palmer, the Countess of Northumberland, Ric. Lee, Edw. Ryngeley, Frideswide Knight, Susan Clarenciux, Edw. Eglanbye captain of the new fortification called "the Newe Cetydel de Carlyle," Sir Thos. Wentworth captain of Sandall Castle, Yorks, John Pecke under captain there. Sir Edw. Cobham captain of the fortification of Melton, Thos. Wingfeld captain of Deale Castle. Hugh Boyfeld captain of the fortification of Esttylburye, Ric. Keys captain of Sandgage (sic), Edm. Modye captain of the fortification upon the hill beyond Dover pier, Thos. Aleyn captain of Walmer castle, Thos. Yardeley captain of the fortification of Hygham, Robt. Nethersall captain of the fortification called "le Blake Bulwarke in le Clyff" at Dover, Thos. Vaghan captain of the fortification under Dover Castle, Wm lord Howard.
Granted by the late religious houses (specified) :—John Eyer, Edm. Holgylle, clk.; Sir Thos. Pope and Margaret his wife, and Ralph son of Sir Ralph Dodmer, late alderman of London; Ant. Dunryche, John Fulmer, Robt. Southwell, Walter Hendley, Wm. Sympson, and 205 other annuities. Of these annuities, thirteen are to Sir Ric. Riche, twelve to Walter Hendley, eleven to Thos. lord Cromwell, eight to Wriothesley, seven each to Ric. Pollard, Wm. Horwood, Thos. Edgare and Sir Ant. Kingston, six each to Sir Thos. Pope and Sir Thos. Hennage, five each to Robt. Riche, Sir Edw. Montague and Ric. Robynson, and four each to Ant. Dunriche and John Rokke; and the other recipients are mostly courtiers and officials.
Total annuities, 6,755l. 3s. 8d.
(3) Pensions for term of life (detailing the names of recipients and the term for which
each pension has been paid) :—To Ph. Babington, David Gonson, and Edw. Browne, brethren of St. John's of Jerusalem; Thos. Knyght prior of Spalding, John Byrchenshawe abbot of Chester, John Marshall prior of Chepstowe, Hugh Latimer bp. of Worcester, Nic. Shaxton bp. of Salisbury, Nic. Haryngton chaunter of Rochester, and members of the following religious houses, viz., Syon (70 names), Bisham (John Cordrey, abbot), Charsye (Thos. Potter, monk), St. Albans (Ric. Boureman, abbot), St. Mary's Hospital, London (Wm. Major, prior), Clerkenwell (Eliz. Sakevyll, prioress), Westminster (Wm. Benson, abbot, and 9 others), St. Mary Overey (Barth. Fowle, prior), Haughmond (Thos. Corvester, abbot, and 3 others), Valecross (John Heron, abbot), Assherydge (Thos. Waterhouse, rector, and one other), Stratford (Wm. Huddelston, abbot), Malling (Marg. Vernon, abbess, and Rose Moreton), Rochester (11 monks), Witherall (Ralph Harteley, prior), St. Bartholomew's, Smithfield (13 canons), Shene (Hen. Man, prior, and 18 others), Crowlande (John Raynes, monk), Axham (2 religious), Westacre (Wm. Wingfeld, prior), Walteham (17 canons), Barmondsey (Robt. bp. of St. Asaph, commendatory), Godstowe (Kath. Bulkeley, abbess, and Julian Pope), St. Augustine's, Bristol (Morgan Williams, abbot, Chester (13 monks), Hertford Weste (John Bathe, prior), Vale Royal (John Herwood, abbot), Wroxton (Thos. Smyth, prior, and Thos. Hornor), Buckefaste (Gabriel Dunne, abbot), Dertfford (Joan Fanne, prioress, and 4 nuns), Cockesforde (John Adamson, prior), Norton (Thos. Byrkenhead, abbot). Tower Hill (Hen. More, abbot). White Friars, London (John Gybbes, prior), Burye (John Burye, monk), Croxton (Thos. Hornor, monk), Chesthunte (Margery Hylle, prioress), Fordham (Wm. Baynton, prior, and 2 others), Chester (Eliz. Grosvoner, prioress, and 10 nuns), Twyneham Cryschurche (John Pope, monk), St. Mary's, Winchester (3 nuns), Friars Minors, London (Thos. Chapman, warden), Whitelande (Jas. Nicholas, monk), Hynton (John Bachecroft, monk), Stratford at Bow (Sybyl Kyrke, prioress), Barnewell (John Badocke, prior), Tuttburye (Arth. Meverell, prior), Cleve (John Welby alias Webbe, monk), Tewkesbury (John Wakeman, abbot), London Charterhouse (3 monks), Walsingham (Ric. Bowell (sic), prior, and one other), Robt. Bacon, priest of Northflete chantry, Acon College (Laur. Copeseller, master), Worcester (Hen Holbeche, prior, and another), Bodemyn (Thos. Waynesworthe, prior), Thorneton Curteys (6 canons), Nuneton (Eliz. Millewarde, nun), Clyfford (Nic. Hugh, prior), Amesbury (Marg. Baynebryge, nun), Peterborough (Robt. Kyrton, religious), Evesham (John Bristowe, religious), Wm. Lamberte, vicar of Westonangre, St. Martin's College in London (12 names), St. John's in Exeter (Alice Buttes, "ancres"), Brekemok (Robt. Holden prior). Chaters (Mary Graye, nun), Eynesham (Ant. Kychen, abbot, and another), Minories in London (Eliz. Savage, prioress), Halywell (2 nuns), Thos. Cheteham, bp. of Sydon, for a 10l. pension out of the late monastery of Bilsyngton for 7¾ years. Total, 14,271l. 14s. 8½d.
(4) Annual and perpetual pensions(payments made for pensions, to chaplains, &c., and for pensions out of religious houses suppressed, made to Wm. Ermested, master of the Temple of London, the dean and chapter of Norwich, the dean and chapter of St. Paul's, Robt. Urmeston treasurer of Gray's Inn, the dean and chapter of Chichester and the bp. of Norwich), 428l. 3s. 2d.
(5) Costs of treasurer's office for diets, clerks, &c., 1,099l. 5s. 8d.
(6) Cost of messengers, 143l. 8d.
(7) Payments by warrant for lands (specified) purchased or received in exchange from the following persons, viz. :—Ao 32 Hen. VIII. Robt. Master, John Palmer of Angemerynge, Suss., Thos. Culpeper, sen., Edw. Shortewater and others, lord St. John, Thos. and Mary Culpeper, Sir Thos. Pope, Sir Hen. Knevett, Ant. Belleses, clk. Ao 33 Hen. VIII. Ric. Andrews, Sir Hen. Graye, Sir Thos. Wyott, Ric. Coverte, Ph. Lentalle, Thos. Wreke of Dover, Geoff. Colvyle, Wm. earl of Arundel, Wm. Stafford. Arundel College, Fras. earl of Shrewsbury, Thos. abp. of Canterbury. Ao 34 Hen. VIII. John Elyngton and Edm. Parker of Hackney, divers persons for land in Waltham Forest. Sir Arth. Darcy, John Smythson and others, Sir Thos. Wyatt, John Gylbert, haberdasher, Edw. Broke of Chingford, Sir Hen. Knevett, Agnes and Steph. Wilford, Sir Edw. Fynes lord Clynton, Sir John Dudley viscount Lisle. Ao 35 Hen. VIII. Wm. Wollascott, Sir Thos. Borowgh lord Borowgh, John Beer, Geo. Moneux, late alderman of London, Wm. Burston; Sir John Williams and Sir Edw. North; Anne Gardyner, widow. Total, 18,868l. 17s. 1d.
(8) Necessary payments by warrants (cited) of the Court :—
32 Hen. VIII.—To Walter Henley for expenses in journeying to Canterbury and Rochester at the time of the dissolution, and for surveying Sir Thos. Wyatt's lands and the inclosing of Aldyngton, Ostynghanger and Saltewod parks; John Baker, attorney general, for legal advice; Sir Ric. Riche, costs about the alteration of houses at Canterbury and Rochester and inclosing of Ostynghanger, Aldington and Saltewood parks; Ric. Hochenson and three other servants of Sir Thos. Pope for carrying money to the King; Fras. Southwell and John Waterhouse, journeying into divers counties to investigate matters alleged against Wm. Cavendysshe, auditor; Nic. Bacon, solicitor of the Court, and Wm. Horwood solicitor general; Sir Ric. Longe for making the King's garden at Knolle; Wm. Peter, for servants at Rochester, riding costs to Waltham, Canterbury and Rochester, and for carrying jewels and plate from Christchurch, Canterbury, to his own house in London; Wm. Cowper, surveyor of woods, for riding costs; Marg. countess of Kent, in recompense of a three years' term she had in the manor of Little Hornemede, Herts, parcel of the lands of Tower Hill; servants (named) of the monasteries of Darleygh, Pypwell, Merevall, St. Thomas's, and Lylleshull, for expenses in coming up about Wm. Cavendish's matter; Sir Ant. Browne, for a fee paid to Sir Nic. Carew, attainted, out of Perchynge and Poynynges manors, Suss., which he purchased from Carew before his attainder; Geo. Wright. Mr. Chancellor's servant, for writing of an Act of Parliament; Hen. Bestenay, monk of St. Alban's, for costs of the commissioners at the surrender there; Nic. Bacon, riding about survey of Southwell manor and certain preceptories in cos. Linc. and York, 24 July to 6 Sept. ao 32; Ant. Walshe for writing three books of the valor of all the lands and possessions of the Court of Augmentations and abstracts of all the monasteries, priories and other religious houses in England for the King's surveyors and commissioners; Walter Philippe, dean of Rochester, for diets of the commissioners at the dissolution of the monastery there; John Hussher, for keeping the London Charterhouse from Easter ao 31 to 20 Dec. ao 32; a servant of Sir Ric. Longe for glazing windows in the King's mansion of Dartford; Wm. Cowper, surveyor of woods, for surveying woods in various counties; Robt. Arrogon, girdler, for making cages at the King's house in Southwark to put birds in; a carpenter for making a garden seat there; two plumbers melting lead and bells at Tynterne; expense of collecting the money assessed for the King's marshes in Essex adjoining the Thames; Sir Wm. Sydney, in recompense of rents out of Guldeforde marsh and Foder Marsh.
33 Hen. VIII.—Wm. Sympson for his costs in proving his accusation against the late abbot of Crowlande of embezzling goods there; John Maulte, tailor, for 24 yds. of scarlet cloth and the making of two parliament robes sent into Ireland to the earl of Desmounte and Maggil Pateriok (21l. 8s. 4d.); Thos. Addyngton, skinner, for furring the same (28l.); Sir Ric. Riche for expenses of survey of lands of — (blank) Pigott, widow, and Fras. Pigott and others, near Ampthill; Sir John Baker, chancellor of Tenths and First Fruits, for drawing writings concerning colleges newly erected; dean of Westminster for obsequies of Henry VII.; Thos. Wodwarde and John Wynter for expenses in declaring of a false purchase by Ant. Bellasis, clk., of certain lands of Newburgh monastery, Yorks; fees of keepers (named) of the parks of Medeham, Byggenar and Willavyngton; Nic. Bacon, solicitor, Wm. Cowper, surveyor of woods, and Gregory Richardson, auditor, for survey of certain woods and examination of certain debts of Syon monastery; Sir John Baker, for rent of marshes in Brokelande and Frithinde, Kent; Wm. Horewodd, attorney general, legal expenses; Sir Ric. Longe's servant, for scouring ditches in Southwark park from the private garden to the water sluice; keepers (named) of Knolle and Otteford parks for mowing "lez brakes" and making hay there; Sir Ric. Riche for rewards given by the King's command to divers persons for fishing and fishes taken at Bekyngfeld and Thorneton, and for riding to Hulle, Thorneton and Muse to survey lands; Wm. Cowper for survey of woods; Geo. Throgmerton for surveying woods in Worcestershire; Walter Henley, riding to Leedes monastery, Kent, to sell buildings and lead, and for surveys; Ralph Arnoute, clk., arrears of his fee from Sulbye monastery; diets of the chancellor and council of the Augmentations the first and second days of the Parliament of 33 Hen. VIII.; Hen. Coldewell, goldsmith, for silver and the making of a new seal of the Court (10l.); priests and others in the college of St. Martin le Graunde, due before the dissolution; Sir Ric. Long's servant for mending pavement at St. Mary Overeys; Sir Edw. North, in recompense of a fee of 40s. granted to Ric. Snellyng by the late bp. of Norwich for collecting rents at Southelmham for 30 years (40l.); Sir Thos. Pope, Edw. North, Walter Hendley and Nic. Bacon, costs at London about the declaration of certain accounts.
34 Hen. VIII.—Sir John Baker, chancellor of First Fruits and Tenths, for assistance in the Parliament time ao 33o; Geo. Stoner for diets, &c., of Sir Ric. Riche and other commissioners about the survey of Fayermede park in Waltham Forest, 29 April ao 34o; expenses of anniversary of Henry VII. at Westminster 11 May (40l.); Robt. Russell, master of works at Otford and Knoll, on his account 3 July ao 33 to 7 May ao 34; coals, &c., for the council chamber; John Frith and Hugh Hille, clks., 40s. each, by way of reward; Geo. Harper, for rent; Wm. Horewoodd for legal charges; John Warde for purchase of necessaries; Ric. Jonson, recompense for a lease of land in Northampton; Walter Hendley, for costs of surveying Rumney and Guldeford marshes, Kent; Sir Thos. Pope, Sir Edw. North, and Nic. Bacon for costs in declaring accounts; Wm. Cowper for survey of woods; Hen. Coldewell, goldsmith, for the impression and making of the great seal and the privy seal of the Court; survey of commons at Hounslow, 28 Nov. and 9 Dec.; Nic. Bacon for taking surrender of Wynkefeld college; repairs at the King's mansion in Southwark; necessaries for the Court; Chas. Wyngfelde and Geo. Cottesmore for transport of 7,000l. to the duke of Suffolk in the North; Westminster cathedral for arrears of rent.
35 Hen. VIII.—John Hanbye for costs of Sir Ric. Riche and other commissioners surveying Hounslow common, 16 and 17 April ao 34; Geo. Wright for costs of Sir Ric. Riche and others taking divers surveys; Robt. Russell, for works at Otteford, Knolle, and Pancehurste from 28 May ao 34 to 16 Dec. ao 35; necessaries for the Court; Wm. Horewood, attorney general, for legal work; Ric. Broune, steward of the Privy Council chamber at Westminster called the Sterre Chamber, for dinner and expenses of the Court there, 4 May ao 35; Edw. Ellerton for the repair of Hackney bridge; Walter Henley, for surveys at Dover and Dartford; Robt. Russell, for buildings at Otteford, Knolle and Pantehurste, upon accounts rendered before Ric. Modye. auditor, 1 July, 1 Aug., 25 Aug., 15 Oct., and 21 Dec. ao 35; John Warde, for hay bought for the deer in Fayremedde park; Wm. Cowper, for survey of woods; Ph. Lentall, for repair of the King's mansion called Purgoo; Walter Henley, for riding to York to get the confirmation of the Dean and Chapter there to an exchange between the King and the Archbishop; John Russell, for repair of the King's mansion at the late monastery of St. Albans; Rowland Ramston, for his interest in the farm of Gowers and Bukrelles in Chynkeford parish, Essex, now mostly inclosed in Fayremede park; carpenters' work at the mansion in Southwark; Sir Ric. Riche, chancellor, Sir Edw. North, treasurer, Sir Thos. Pope, master of woods, Walter Henley, attorney, and Nic. Bacon, solicitor, for examination of ministers' and receivers' accounts for the year ended Mich. ao 34o; Sir Ric. Riche for costs of journey to survey works at Otteford and Knolle; Walter Henley, for riding to Winchester to take the surrender of Harmondisworth manor and other lands in Midd. and Herts from the Dean and Chapter there, and for surveying Guyldeford Marche; John Banaster, annuity granted in recompense for divers lands due Lady Day next (35 Hen. VIII.); Wm. Cowper, for survey of woods at Grafton, 1 Oct. to 30 Nov. ao 35.
Total payments by warrant of the Court, 3,036l. 4s. 6d.
(9) Payments by decree (mostly in recompense for debts due by the late religious houses, but a few are to the newly erected colleges for arrears of rent of lands granted to them :— Total, 3,651l. 11s. 4½d.
(10) Payments upon Royal warrants (cited) :—
Year 32 Hen. VIII.—To Sir Ric. Gresham, allowed upon a debt of 5,807l. 11s. 8d. for lands purchased in 32 Hen. VIII. as the price of stuff bought for the King in that year, on warrant of 22 June ao 32, 1,716l. 13s. 4d. Wymond Carewe, receiver to the Lady Anne of Cleves, money paid in by Sir Ric. Southwell, receiver of the lands assigned to her, on Sir Ric. Riche's warrant of 26 Dec., 500l. Lord Wm. Hawarde, loan, warrant of 4 Jan, 266l. 13s. 4d. Morgan Wolff, goldsmith, warrant of 6 Jan., 200l. Morgan Wolff, for a gold chain or collar with "lez esses" given to Sir John Coziesky, ambassador from the King of Poland, and weighing 32¾ oz., 73l. 17s. 8½d.; a similar chain given to a gentleman of Scotland who announced the birth of a prince of Scotland, 65l. 2s. 6d.; 519¾ oz. of silver gilt given to the steward of the chamber of the ambassador sent from the Emperor, 134l. 5s. 4½d.; warrant for these 25 Aug. Sir John Williams, master of the Jewels, to the use of Morgan Wolff and Cornelius Heys, goldsmiths, for silver plate delivered to certain ambassadors, two gentlemen, and others, who came with Lady Anne of Cleves, warrant 28 Feb. ao 31, 1,631l. 8s. Lord Russell, president of the Council in the West, fees and diets of that council for three quarters ended St. John's Day ao 32, warrant 31 March ao 31, 927l. 10s. Stephen bp. of Winchester, ambassador to the Emperor, diets at 66s. 8d a day, on warrant dormant of 16 Nov. ao 32 120 days from 1 Nov. to 28 Feb. ao 32, 400l. Sir Hen. Knyvett. a gentleman of the Privy Chamber, ambassador resident with the Emperor, diets at 53s. 4d. for one year beginning 1 Nov. ao 32, on warrant 15 Nov., 973l. 6s. 8d. Ant. Anthonye, King's servant, and Chr. Gold, chief gunner, for pay of captains and garrisons of the bulwarks from 1 Oct. to 31 Dec. ao 32, on warrant of 21 Dec. ao 31, acquittance of the said Ant. and Chr. dated 10 Feb. ao 32, 636l. 7s. 10d.
Year 33 Hen. VIII.—John Malte, King's tailor, for stuff supplied to the Great Wardrobe between Mich, ao 31 and Mich. ao 32, on warrant 11 April ao 32, 1,778l. 4s. 5d. Thos. Thacker, money due to him by Thomas late earl of Essex, warrant 11 April ao 32, 102l. Sir Wm. Hussey, arrears of rent of lands in Newthorpe, Notts, and Bondebye, Linc., and the site of Bevalle priory, &c., for the year ended Mich. ao 32, upon letters patent of 8 July ao 33, 170l. 11s. Stephen bp. of Winchester, ambassador sent to the Emperor, 20 Sept. ao 33, by Thos. White, his treasurer, diets for 30 days at 66s. 8d., 100l. The same 15 Nov. ao 33, in full payment of 1,140l. due for 342 days from 1 Nov. ao 32 to 8 Oct. ao 33, 26l. 13s. 4d. Thos. Bartlett, printer of the King's books, for books and proclamations, on warrant 17 Nov. ao 33, 72l. 6d. Sir Hen. Knyvett, post money, 94l. 10s. Sir Ric. Gresham, for velvet, &c., to the amount of 1,116l. 6s. 6d., part of which is charged above in arrears of the said Gresham, viz. 666l. 13s. 4d., by warrant 3 Feb. ao 33, 449l. 13s. 2d. Sir Fras. Bryan, master of "le Toile" for taking 240 deer at Greenwich, Eltham and Ichyngham and conveying them to Otteford park, warrant 27 Jan. ao 33, 40l. Edm. bp. of London, 12 Feb. ao 33, for Sir Henry Knyvett, ambassador resident with the Emperor, diets for three months from 1 May to 31 July next coming, warrant 6 Feb. ao 33, 245l. 6s. 8d. Sir John Gage, comptroller of the Household, reward for labour, fees and costs in executing the office of Constable of the Tower, warrant 18 Feb ao 33, 100l. Wm. Bollande, Thos. Angulyn and Thos. Miles, of the Stable, pensions for the year ended Mich. ao 33, on letters of Sir Ant. Browne 14 Feb. ao 33, 4l., 4l. and 12l. respectively. Robt. Acton, for saddles and other stuff delivered to the Great Wardrobe, 661l. 14s. 8d. Sir John Baker, chancellor of the Court of First Fruits and Tenths, for repairs at Halden palace, Kent, warrant 10 April ao 32, 63l. 3s. 6d. Stephen bp. of Winchester, ambassador with the Emperor, diets for six months ended 31 Aug. ao 33o at 66s. 8d., warrant 16 Nov. ao 32, paid to Thos. White, 613l. 6s. 8d. Ant. Anthonye and Chr. Goulde, for wages in the bulwarks up to 30 June ao 33, and for their own wages in the years 32 and 33, warrant 26 June ao 33, receipt dated 24 Aug. ao 33, 1,384l. 15s. 6d. Sir Hen. Knyvett, ambassador resident with the Emperor, diets at 53s. 4d., on warrant dated Pontefract 1 Sept. ao 33, for six months to 30 April ao 33 (sic), 480l.
Year 34 Hen. VIII.—Cornelius Hayes, goldsmith, for cramp rings, 50 oz. at 45s. 4d. and 140 oz. at 4s. 4d., warrant 7 April ao 33, 143l. 13s. 4d. Morgan Wolff, goldsmith, for a gilded "crewse" with a cover, 9 oz. at 5s. 2d. given by the King to — (blank) Longe, fletcher, 46s. 6d., for four duplicate seals of silver for the chancery of Wales, 40l., and for four other duplicate seals called "judicyall sealles" for other courts in Wales, 40 mks., and for 166 oz. of silver to make the same, 28l. 12s. 11d. John Aunsell, matmaker, for mats, 44s. 4d. Cornelius Hayes, for jewellery for the households of the King and Prince for the year ended Christmas ao 34, 50l. 16s. 10d., and reward given to the beadles of the Goldsmiths for warning the officers of the Household when certain jewels were stolen from the said households, 13s. 4d., warrant 20 Jan. ao 34. Wm. Jenyns, master of the fraternity of Rouncevalle, for the warden there, 28 April ao 34, 40l. and 1 May ao 34, 64s.; due upon an exchange between the King and them 13 March ao 34. Sir Thos. Seymer, rent of lands in Wiltshire received in exchange from the King, warrant 24 March ao 33, 253l. 5s. Sir Thos. Hennage, reward, by special mandate dated 26 July ao 34, 150l. Thos. Hungate, servant to the late Queen Jane, Wm. Lokke, mercer, and Wm. Fullwoodd, merchant, on warrant 24 June ao 34, for necessaries bought for lady Anne of Cleves, 328l. 12¼d. Sir Thos. Wentworth, steward of Wakefield lordship, Yorks, fee of 11½d. a day for 167 days from 24 Oct. ao 33, on warrant 23 April ao 34. Morgan Wolff, goldsmith, for 748¾ oz. of "spangles" of silver gilt at 6s. 8d. and 46 oz. of white silver at 5s., for the yeomen of the Guard and the King's footmen, on warrant 14 July ao 34, 261l. 3s. 8½d. Thos. Vowell, one of the gentlemen ushers of the Chamber, reward, by special mandate dated 20 Aug. ao 34, 88l. John Bridges, yeoman of the Tents, warrant 18 Sept. ao 34, 154l. 11s. 6d. Chas. duke of Suffolk, lieutenant in the North, diets at 100s. a day for six months from 15 Jan. ao 34, 840l., and fees of 100 soldiers attending upon him at 8d. a day, 560l., warrant 3 Jan. ao 34. Lord Parre, attending upon the said Duke, his own diets at 20s. and 40 soldiers with him at 8d., 392l. Sir Ralph Saddeler, one of the Principal Secretaries, likewise attending, his own diets at 20s. and 20 soldiers with him at 8d., 280l. To divers lords and gentlemen of Scotland being the King's prisoners, a free gift, as follows, viz., the earl of Anguysshe 233l. 6s. 8d., earl of Cassells 200l., earl of Glencarne 200l., lord of Olyvaunte 66l. 13s. 4d., lord Grey 100l., lord Flemynge 200l., lord Maxwell 200l., lord Somervyle 200l., Sir Geo. Duglas 66l. 13s. 4d., Oliver Seyntclere 66l. 13s. 4d., Jas. Seyntclere, his brother, 20l., lord Carsse 40l., Master Erskyn 40l., lord Cragye 40l., Patrick Heborne 40l., lord Moncreth 20l., the lord of Awyne Castell 20l., the lord of Hayton 20l., John Lysley 20l., the lord of Graydon 20l., Jas. Pryngyll 20l., John Carmynghill 20l., and Hen. Maxwell 20l.; for their expenses as far as York 50l. and thence to Carlyell 50l. and for purses to put the said money severally in, 26s. 8d.; by warrant 28 Jan. ao 34. Morgan Wolff, goldsmith, for making of the Great Seal of England 40l. and for 95 oz. of silver to make it with 17l. 8s. 4d., by warrant 18 Dec. ao 34. Hen. Coldewell, goldsmith, for making of five seals, viz, the great seal of Ireland and the seal of the exchequer there and the seals of King's Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer at Westminster, 100l. Sir Fras. Bryan, by Ric. Scudeamore, for taking 612 deer and stags, viz. 500 fallow deer in Waltham Forest and 100 in Beddwell Park at 3s. 4d. each, and 12 stags called "redd dere" in Beddwell Park at 10s. each, and conveying them to the King's new park called Walteham park, warrant 8 Jan. ao 34, 106l. Thos., Robt. and Hen. Benson, for wood and underwood growing upon land in Long Ditton and Thames Ditton, Surr., and lately leased to Ric. Benson, their uncle, warrant 8 Jan. ao 34. Countess of Bridgewater, by Lewis Torfote, of London, reward, warrant 24 Feb. ao 34.
Year 35 Hen. VIII.—Sir Ric. Gressham, for silks to the value of 800l. of which 666l. 13s. 4d. is charged as arrears of Sir Ric. Gresham and the remainder, 133l. 6s. 8d., paid by warrant of 27 March ao 34. Nic. Wutton, dean of Canterbury College, ambassador resident in Flanders, diets for three months from 30 April to 31 July ao 35, at 26s. 8d., upon warrant dormant; also posting money, on warrant 27 April ao 35, total 122l. 13s. 4d. The same, for increase of diets from 24 June to 31 July ao 35, at the rate of 13s. 4d. a day, 24l. 13s. 4d.; and for the next three months to 22 Oct. at 40s., 168l.; and for the next three months to 15 Jan., 168l., by warrant 16 July ao 35; thence to 11 March, 110l. and thence for six months to 26 Aug., 336l., by warrant of 11 March ao 35. The same for post money 33l. 4s. 41/8d. and 21l. 2s. 6d. Sir Thos. Seymer, ambassador resident in Flanders, diets at 40s. for three months from 30 April to 22 July ao 35, on warrant 27 April ao 35, 168l. Sir Fras. Bryan, ambassador to the Emperor, diets for three months from 6 Oct. to 28 Dec. ao 35, at 40s., on warrant dormant dated 6 Oct. ao 35, 168l. Cornelius Hays, goldsmith, the King's servant, for making 55 oz. of gold oramp rings at 4s., and for 80 oz. of silver cramp rings supplied by the said Cornelius, at 4s. 4d., and for divers vessels of silver gilt given amongst other things to the lord Charles Mayrelake, French ambassador, on warrant 26 March ao 34, 107l. 16s. 4d. Thos. Agarde, to be given as the King's rewards, to Maurice lord Obryen 100l. and to Sir Donnoughe Obryen 66l. 13s. 4d., on warrant 26 May ao 35. Geo. Wright, for redemption of an annuity of 20l. given by Henry late earl of Northumberland to Hen. Whitereason and Jane his wife in survivorship, and afterwards to the heirs of the said Henry, for 99 years from Mich. 26 Hen. VIII., out of Langley barony, Nthld., and which Whitereason and his wife sold to the said George, warrant 8 July ao 35. 240l. Thos. Bartelette, King's printer, for books delivered, warrant 24 Sept. ao 35. 117l. 6½d. Ant. Dunryche. for 8,418 lb. of bell metal delivered to Sir Chr. Morice to make bombards, guns, and munitions of war, 84l. 3s. 4d., and reward for carriage of the same from York to the Tower of London, 13l. 6s. 8d., warrant 3 July ao 35. Sir Wm. lord Wyndesore, master of the Great Wardrobe, and Edm. Wyndesore, for surplusage in the wardrobe accounts ending Mich. ao 34, three separate payments made 12 and 13 Dec. ao 35 upon warrant of 9 June ao 35, 5,573l. 14s. 2d. Sir Fras. Bryan, ambassador with the Emperor, post money, warrant 6 Oct. ao 35, 77l. 5s. Morgan Wolff, goldsmith, for 860¼ oz. of spangles of silver gilt at 6s. 8d., and 86½ oz. of spangles of pure silver at 5s., to be placed upon the tunics of the yeomen of the Guard and footmen, warrant 12 July ao 35, 308l. 7s. 6d. John Leigh, recompense for the rents of the manors of Helton, Skylgate, &c. (enumerated), which were sold to him, but, by defect of the King's signed bill, the rents for one year after the sale were not paid to him, warrant 8 Dec. ao 35, 288l 7d. Mich. Davye, to be paid as follows, to the lord of Chantonye, ambassador of the Emperor, 112l. 10s. and to Tranquillus Andronic, secretary of the King of the Romans, 37l. 10s., warrant 10 July ao 35. The same, to be paid to divers nobles of Scotland, viz., the earl of Glencarn 100l., Sir Geo. Duglas 100l., Sir Jas. Lerremouth 66l. 13s. 4d., Sir Wm. Hamelton 40l., Hen. Ballmavys 40l., Ross herald 20l.; and to nobles of Ireland, viz., the earl of Thomond 133l. 6s. 8d., earl of Clanrikard 133l. 6s. 8d., baron of Ibrakyn 100l., baron of Upper Ossory 100l., bishop of Clantarf 50l., Jas. Mortymer 40l., Sir Derby Orhastnesse 40l., Denis Stradie 40l., Dr. Neyland 20l.; price of two gold chains given to the earls of Thomonde and Clarycaunte 77l. 4s. 10d. and another chain of pure gold with a cross pendent given to the baron of Ybrakyn 29l.; also to John Maulte, tailor, for velvet and scarlet cloth for robes for the said earls and barons of Ireland 59l. 3s. 10d., to Thos. Addyngton, skinner, for furring the same 54l. 4s., to Ph. Lentall, cutler, for two swords for the said earls 4l., to Garter King and other messengers of arms 26l. 13s. 4d., and to divers officers of the Household for fees at the creation of the said earls and barons 15l. 10s.; warrant 8 July ao 35. Sir Edm. Walsingham, lieutenant of the Tower, on warrant of 16 Feb. ao 34, 3,239l. 12s. 3d., to be paid for munitions of war delivered to the office of Ordnance in the Tower. Mich. Davy, for tunics, conduct money and prest for eight days, to 2,371 footmen, 140 horse, 1 herald, 1 messenger, 4 trumpets, 52 gunners and 25 artificers sent over sea to aid the Emperor against the French King on warrant dated Okynge 29 July ao 35, 1,689l. 14d. Sir John Williams, master of the Jewels, and John Halile for parcels of silver plate received from divers goldsmiths, and given by the King to ambassadors and gentlemen of Scotland, as follows, to the earl of Clenkarne silver vessel to the value of 150l. 21d., Sir Geo. Duglas 145l. 12s. 10d., Sir Wm. Hamelton 137l. 18d., Sir Jas. Leirmouth 133l. 12s. 2d., Master Bolneys, secretary, 114l. 5s. 2d., also Dorthie ambassador of the French King 128l. 3s. 8½d.; also for four silver gilt christening cups with covers 22l. 13s. 1½d., two cruses with covers 6l. 18s. 1½d., a salt with cover 72s. 6d., and a pix for pepper 60s. 0¾d. for the lord Prince; warrant 30th July ao 35. John Willy, cooper, the King's servant for casks, &c., specified, on warrant 2 May ao 35, as parcel of 10,000l. to be paid by a warrant of 25 April ao 35, 54l. 19s. Like payment to Thomas Turnbull for hoops, on warrant of 10 May ao 35, 19l. 4s. 9d.; and to Sir Thos. Cheyney, treasurer of the Household, for money disbursed, warrant 1 July ao 35, 341l. 6s. 8d. Like payment, on letters of the Privy Council dated 23 Sept. 1543 to John Rollesley for beer, casks and hoops, specified, and freight of six ships to Barwyke as appears by his bill 30th Sept. ao 35, 112l.; also to Sir Chr. Mores, master of the Ordnance, for wages and victuals to ships and other charges for conveyance of munitions of war from the Tower to Barwyke, as appears by his bill dated 30th Sept. ao 35, 251l. 13s. 10d.
Total 37,754l. 11s. 7¼d.
(11) Prested by Royal warrant :—Sir Thos. Cheyney, for enclosing Ostenhanger, Saltewood and Alyngton parks, Kent, warrants 6 May. 5 Oct. and 26 Jan. ao 32, 300l. Robt. Lorde, master of the King's works, viz., warrant 25 March ao 31 for Hampton Court, Nonsuch, Otteland and Asshere 450l.; 7 May ao 32 for fortifications in the Downs and at Dover and elsewhere, 400l.; 24 April ao 32 for the like 2,400l.; 3 June ao 32 for the like 3,300l.; 15th July ao 32 for the like 3,500l.; 1 Aug. ao 32 for Hampton Court 800l.; 7 Sept. ao 32 for Hampton Court &c., and the fortifications 3,600l.; 16 Dec. ao 32 for Hampton Court 1,050l.; 3 March ao 32 for Hampton Court, Ottland, &c., 359l. Morgan Wolff, goldsmith, 19 March ao 32 for silver gilt vessel received from him by the late earl of Essex and prested to — (blank) bp. of London to furnish his house, by warrant 25th Aug. ao 32, 210l. 12s. 10½d. Ant. Denny, of the Privy Chamber, for the King's affairs, warrant 19 Dec. ao 32, 2,500l. Wm. Oxenbridge, a master of the works at Wynchelsey, for these works, warrant 9 April ao 31, 350l.; 6 Aug. ao 32, 400l. Ric. Keyes, master of works at Sandgate, warrant 9 April ao 31, 350l. Ric. Cotton, comptroller of Prince Edward's household, for that household, warrant 22 March ao 31, 1,000l. Richard Lee, surveyor of Calais, for works there, warrant 7 Aug ao 32, 2,000l. Edm. Peckehame, cofferer, for the Household, delivered 19 Aug. and 29 Sept. ao 32 on warrant of 24 July ao 32, 7,000l.; also 24 Nov. and 16 March on warrant of 18 Nov, ao 32, 10,000l. John Mille for fortresses at East Cowe, Weste Cowe and Calshorte, Hants, warrant 29 Aug. ao 32, 1,000l. and 22 Nov. ao 32, 1,000l. Sir Fras. Bryan, for conveying a large number of live deer and stags from and to divers of the Royal parks, four warrants in Sept., Oct. and Nov. ao 32, 260l. 10s. Ant. Aucher, surveyor at Dover, for the works there, warrants 14 Oct. for 240l., 11 Nov. for 250l., 12 Dec. for 300l., 11 Jan. for 904l. and 8 Feb. ao 32 for 250l. Sir Edw. Wotton, for works at Calais, to be delivered there by Sir Chr. Morice, 1,000l. Jas. Nedehame, surveyor of the King's works, by warrant 14 Oct. ao 32 for the works 200l. and 27 Feb. ao 32 for works at Rochester 180l. Steph. bp. of Winchester, to be delivered at Calais to Thos. Fowller, for pay of the soldiers there, warrant 15 Nov. ao 32, 1,600l. Wm. Gonson, esquire for the Body, for making, mending, and victualling ships, warrant 13 Dec. ao 32, 500l. Sir John Williams, to be coined into "harpe grotes," warrant 15 March ao 32, 1,000l., and for repair of the mansion of Grafton, by warrant dormant 9 Jan. ao 32,400l.
Year 33 Hen. VIII.—Wm. Oxenden, for paling of Ostenhanger, Aldyngton and Saltwood parks, warrant 3 May ao 33, 100l. Clement Throgmerton, for repair of divers manors within the survey of the Augmentations, to which the King intended to go in his progress, four payments, 8 June, 24 Oct., 18 Sept., ao 33 and 10 Feb. ao 34 (sic), 533l. 6s. 8d. Robt. Russell, one of the King's carpenters, for repairs at Knolle and Otteforde, nine several payments from 22 June to 18 March ao 33, 872l. John Gates for repair of palings of Haroldes Park and Nasyngwood and of lodges in Hattfeld park, warrant (by the Court of Augmentations) 6 Sept. ao 33, 50l. John Belloo for buildings at Thorneton manor, Linc., warrant (by the Court) 18 Feb. ao 33, 50l. Robt. bp. of Carlisle, for fortifications and works at Carlisle, on warrants of 20 May and 18 Feb, ao 33, 3,000l. Geo. Maxe, servant of Sir Ric. Riche, for Wm. Royte, serjeant at arms Geo. Stonard and Roland Ramston. to be employed in making a new park in Walteham Forest, warrant 18 June ao 33, payments 20 June, 3 Oct., and 16 March ao 33,220l. John Mille, for bulwarks at Eastcow, Westecowe and Hurste, Hants, warrants 30 June and 4 March ao 33, 3,900l. Sir John Williams, for works at Grafton, six payments from July to Jan. ao 33, on warrant dormant, 1,366l. 13s. 4d. Jas. Nedeham, for works, six payments on warrant of 15 June ao 33, July to December, 1,000l. Sir Edw. Wotton, treasurer of Calais, 26 July ao 33, by Edm. Martyn and Wm. Burnell, for works at Calais and Ryse Bank, 1,000l. Ant. Rowsse, treasurer of the King's works at Guisnes, by Martyn and Burnell, for wages of garrison and labourers there, 26 July ao 33, 2,000l. Ric. Lee, surveyor of Calais, 26 July, by Martyn and Burnell, to complete the works at Calais, Guisnes and Rysebank, 1,000l.; and 27 Jan. (on warrant of 22 Jan.) for prest money to carry men over sea, &c., 200l. The same, for Ant. Rowse for wages and works, 25 Nov., 800l. and 22 Jan. 1,333l. 6s. 8d. The same, for Sir Edw. Wotton, for works, 22 Jan., 666l. 13s. 4d. Edm. Pekham, cofferer, for the Household, at divers times between 1 Oct. and 11 Jan. ao 33, 10,000l. Ant. Ancher, surveyor at Dover, for works there, four months, Oct. to Jan. ao 33, 1,117l. 18s. Robt. Lorde, master of works, for works at Hampton Court, Nonsuch, Hanworth, Otteland, and Aisher, warrants 2 Nov. and 9 Dec. ao 33, 1,902l. 11s. 10d. Wm. Gonson, esquire for the Body, for repair of fortifications at Gravesend, Tylbury and elsewhere in Essex. 113l. 15s. 4d.; for conduct of two ships from the Thames to Hull and back, 100l.; against the making of a ship called "The Gallye Suttell" newly devised, 308l. 15s.; and for wages, victualling and keeping of the King's ships for half a year ended Cristmas ao 33; total 672l. 10s. 4d., on warrant 28 Nov. ao 33. The same, for two ships to transport the bp. of London, ambassador, to the Emperor in Spain, warrant 8 Feb. ao 33, 168l. 10s. Sir Fras. Bryan for transferring 140 stags from Wolmer Forest to Wollavyngton park at 10s. each, warrant 24 Dec. ao 33, 70l. Sir John Gressham and John Osborne, for purchase of copper for guns and for other provision, warrant 29 Dec. ao 33, 4,800l. Sir Chr. Morris, master, and Ant. Anthonye, clerk of the Ordnance, for the garrisons of certain castles and forts in England, 1,403l. 13s. 10d. John Ryther, cofferer of the Household of the lord Prince, on warrant dormant 28 Jan. ao 33 for 3,000l. a year for that household, payments 6 Feb. and 6 March, 1,000l.
Year 34 Hen. VIII.—Clement Throgmerton. for costs in riding to divers castles, palaces, &c., in cos. Essex, Suff., Norf., Linc. and York, to survey the same for repairs, warrant (by the Court) 5 April ao 33,100l. Wm. Oxenden, for buildings at Ostynghanger, warrant (by the Court) 16 May ao 34, 100l. Ant. Dennye, of the Privy Chamber, towards making the new park near Waltham, Essex, warrant (by the Court) 29 May ao 34, 100l. John Belloo, for repair of Thorneton Curteys manor, warrant (by the Court) 16 June, 66l. 13s. 4d.; and for repair of sea dykes at Wyncettes and Patheryngton, Yorks., which belonged to Thorneton monastery, warrant (by the Court) 5 Aug., 80l. Robt. Russell, surveyor and master of works at Otteford and Knolle, for works there and at Pantehurste park, several payments from July to March ao 34, on warrant (by the Court) 6 July — (blank) Hen. VIII., 770l. Geo. Maxey (or Maxe) for works in Fayremede park, two bills, 250l. Hugh ap Harry, for repairs at the late priory of St. Bartholomew's, Smithfield, 1 Oct. and 4 Nov., 80l. John Gates, for the making of the new park of Waltham, 17 Oct., 200l. Sir Thos. Wriothesley for repairs at Stokwell mansion, Surr., warrant (by the Court) 29 Oct., 50l. Wm. Oxenbridge, for works at the castle of the Camber, Suss., on warrants 31 March ao 33 and 20 June ao 34, 3,000l. Sir John Williams, master of the Jewels, by Cornelius Hayes, goldsmith, 27 April ao 34 for eleven gilt "cups of assaye" 108 oz. at 5s. 2d., on warrant 7 April ao 33; also 15 March ao 34, on warrant of 20 Jan. ao 34 for payment of 312l. 18s. 2d. as the price of gilt plate distributed by the King to divers persons on the day of the Circumcision of Our Lord ao 34, 261l. 8s. The same, for repairs at Grafton, three payments in July, Aug. and Jan., on warrant dormant of 9 Jan. ao 32, 246l. 13s. 4d. Wm. Gonson, paymaster of the King's ships. 17 June, for charges of 184 sailors and gunners serving 21 days in the Genette and Dragan, and for costs of the King's ships for the half year ended St. John's Day ao 34, warrant 29 May, 408l.; also 30 June for provisions and repairs, warrant 26 June, 1,680l.; also 17 Aug., for charging divers ships sent to sea in warlike manner, warrant 13 Aug., 800l.; also to pay off divers captains, soldiers, mariners and gunners lately serving at sea, 540l., for ships' requisites 100l., for wages of shipwrights and calkers at Dettford and Wolwich 320l., and for wages of keepers of the King's ships till Christmas ao 34, warrant 9 Dec.; also 16 Feb., for charges of ships sent to the wars, warrant 14 Feb., 1,000l.; also, 19 March, for pay of ships serving in the West parts for one month 152l., of others serving at Hulle 640l., of shipwrights and calkers at Dattford and Woolwich and purchase of provisions 460l., and for keeping the King's ships till Easter next, 140l.; warrant 19 March. John Rither, cofferer of the Prince's household, 29 June, 13 Nov., and 1 Feb. ao 34, 3,000l. Ant. Aucher, surveyor at Dover, for the works there, on four warrants, July, Sept., Nov. and Jan. ao 34, 2,809l. 16s. 8d. Sir Edm. Walsingham, lieutenant of the Tower, for provision of munitions of war in the office of the Ordnance in the Tower 14 Aug. 2,000l., 23 Aug. 2,000l. and 28 Aug. 1,365l. 2s. 8d., on warrant 28 July ao 34. Edw. Shelley, one of the masters of the Household, for the King's affairs, warrant 30 Aug., 2,000l. The same, by the hands of Charles duke of Suffolk, to be delivered at Alnwick to John Wodehalle for the garrisons upon the Borders and for other affairs there, warrant 7 Jan., 7,000l. John Mille, of Southampton, for the bulwark at Hurste Poynte, Hants, warrants. 10 Sept. and 14 March ao 34, 2,400l. John Bridges and Thos. Hale, of the Tents, for provision of 153 bales of linen cloth called Vaudelas canvas at 100s., warrant 2 Oct., 765l. Ric. Lee, 28 Oct., to be conveyed to Ant. Rowsse, comptroller of Calais, for wages of the garrison at Guisnes, warrant 27 Oct., 3,000l. Sir John Dudley. viscount Lisle, whom the King has appointed Warden of the Marches towards Scotland, assigning to him 500 men to reinforce the garrisons there, as follows, his own diets at 66s. 8d. for one month from 20 Nov. next, 10 tunics at 4s. each, conduct money of five captains and five sub-captains at 8s. 4d. each, tunics for 500 soldiers at 4s. and conduct money for them 200 miles at ½d. a mile, warrant 13 Nov., 407l. 16s. 8d. Sir Ant. Knyvett, 21 Nov., to be delivered at Calais to Thos. Palmer, one of the King's pensioners, for the pay of the soldiers in "le crewe" at Guisnes, and for fortifications, warrant 16 Nov., 3,000l. John Burnell and Hen. Broune, merchants of the Staple of Calais, for Sir Edw. Wotton, treasurer there, to expend on works at Newnham Bridge and the New River (rivulum) there, warrant 12 Dec., 1,800l. Sir Martin Bowes, to be converted into "harpe grotes" for the pay of the King's garrisons and other payments in Ireland, warrant 20 Jan., 2,000l. Thos. Geffrey, 7 Feb., to be delivered at Guisnes to Thos. Palmer for pay of soldiers there, warrant 3 Feb., 2,000l. John Winter, gentleman usher of the Chamber, to fit out ships at Bristol, to be sent to sea for defence of the King's subjects, warrant 23 Feb., 1,000l. Sir Edm. Pekeham, of the King's treasure called "lone money" remaining in his hands in part [payment] of a greater sum as well by him detained in his office upon the payment of pensions as by particular receivers of the Court detained upon the payment of pensions in their offices, viz., 10 July, 104l. 3s. 7d. and 18 Aug., 1,977l. 11s. 5d. The same, upon an annual warrant for 10,000l. for the Household, three payments 1 Oct., 8 Nov., and 14 Feb., 10,000l.
Year 35 Hen. VIII.—Wm Oxenbridge, surveyor at the castle of the Cambre, for works there, on warrants 17 April ao 34 and 23 June ao 35, 4,000l. John Wynter, towards victuals and pay of 530 men for one month from 10 May serving upon the Irish sea in four ships, warrant 26 April ao 35, 230l. Wm. Honnynges, one of the clerks of the Privy Council, 1 May, to be expended by that Council in war charges, warrant 29 April, as parcel of the warrant for 10,000l. of 25 April, 100l. Thos. Woddhouse, 30 April, for provision of grain in Norfolk and Suffolk, similar warrant 29 April, 2,000l. John Repps and Thos. Waters, 30 April, for like provision in cos. Camb., Hunts, Linc., and Beds, 2,000l. Thos. Mawbye, 27 June, for cheese, butter and bacon for the garrisons of Calais and Guisnes, similar warrant 23 June, 1,000l. John Rollesley, 10 Sept., for 300 tuns of beer and other necessaries to be sent to the North, similar warrant 8 Sept., 333l. 6s. 8d. John Mille, of Southampton, for provision by himself, John Kyngesmylle, and John White, of grain in cos. Southt., Soms., and Dors., similar warrant 4 May, 1,333l. 6s. 8d. The same for construction of the fort at le Hurste, repair of the tower and blockhouse at Portsmouth, and repair of munitions of war there, payments 28 May, 7, 14 and 19 July, 9 Aug. and 25 Jan. on warrants of 5 May and 7 July, 2,000l. Sir Edm. Walsyngham, lieutenant of the Tower, for the making of brass and iron guns for the King's ships, and providing munitions of war for them, warrant dated Amphyll 4 Nov., 8,879l. 15s. 4d. John Rither, cofferer of the Prince's household, 28 May, 1 Oct., 6 Nov. and 6 Feb., on warrant dormant, 3,000l. Edm. Peckeham, cofferer of the Household, 7 May, for Sir Martin Bowes, master of the coinage, to be expended as Peckeham shall direct, warrant 28 April, 2,000l. Sir Martin Bowes, 4 Aug., to be converted into "harpe grottes" for pay of the garrisons in Ireland, warrant same day, 4,000l. Thos. Geffrey, one of the clerks of the Privy Seal, 11 May, to be delivered at Calais to Sir Edw. Wotton, treasurer there, for pay of garrisons there due 6 April last 2,000l. and for fortifications 4,000l.; warrant 5 May. Sir Edw. Wotton, by Wm. Burnell, on warrant 27 July, 3,000l. and on warrant 18 Dec., 5,153l., for pay of garrisons, &c. Sir Thos. Palmer, treasurer of the garrison and fortifications at Guisnes, by Wm. Burnell, warrants 27 July 2,000l. and 18 Dec., 4,234l. for payments within his office, and 16 June ao 35, for pay of soldiers newly sent thither 5,000l. Mich. Davye, 2 Aug., to be delivered at Calais to Sir Edw. Wotton, to pay for the transport thither of 2,371 foot. 141 horse, 1 herald, 1 messenger, 4 trumpets, 52 gunners and 25 artificers sent to assist the Emperor against the French King, warrant 29 July, 300l. Robt. Lord, paymaster of the King's works, for works at Hampton Court, Nonsuch, Oteland and Mortlake, warrants 24 June 3,358l. 2s. and 22 Feb. 3,037l. 16s. 8d. Ant. Aucher, paymaster at Dover, monthly payments for works there, from 26 May to 1 March, five warrants, 4,031l. 5s. Sir Robt. Bowes, of the King's Council, treasurer of the wars beyond sea, for the said wars, warrant 8 June, 16,000l. Thos. Leigh, LL.D., of the King's Council, to be delivered to John Vuydale, treasurer of the wars upon the Borders, warrant 26 July, 2,000l. Ph. Lentall and Thos. Legate towards enclosing Purgoo park, Essex, 6 Aug. 50l. and 10 March 50l., warrant 8 July. Sir John Williams, for repairs at Grafton, 8 Oct., 28 Nov. and 23 Feb., on warrant dormant, 600l. Thos. Wyngfeld and Thos. Rolffe, for victualling the King's ships upon the sea, payments 8 and 10 Sept. and 1 and 13 Oct., on warrant 20 Aug., 1,900l. The same, on like warrant 14 Nov., 2,298l 11½d. Edw. Stambacke, 14 Oct., for the King's affairs, warrant 11 Oct., 1,400l. Ric. Cawarden, dean of Chichester, for fortifications at Harwiche, warrant to himself and John Lee 21 Oct., 600l. Ric. Lee, to be delivered to Cawarden for the same fortifications, warrant 25 Nov., 300l. Ric. Cawarden, 27 Dec., for fortifications at Harwich and St. Osithe, warrant 21 Dec., 400l. Ric. Lee, 22 Feb., for affairs in the North, warrant 22 Feb., 300l.; also 2 March for prest to 1,000 workmen and labourers in the North, warrant 29 Feb, 200l. Wm. Gonson, esquire for the Body, for marine affairs, 2,351l. 5s. 2d., on warrant 24 Nov., and 1,908l. 18s. 4d. on warrant 7 March. Thos. Geffrey, to be delivered to Chas. duke of Suffolk, lieutenant in the North, warrant 23 Dec., 3,000l. Sir Thomas lord Wriothesley, chief treasurer of the wars, warrant 18 Jan., to be expended as directed in another warrant, 4,000l.; also by another warrant dated Westm., 16 March, directing the treasurer of Augmentations to pay to the said lord Wriothesley for the wars against the French King all moneys in his hands or that shall come to his hands up to St. John's Day next, reserving only sufficient for the ordinary charges of his office, indenture made with the said lord Wriothesley 19 March, 10,000l. [besides 1,100l. paid 5 April allowed in the account of Sir John Williams in the year 36]. (fn. 9) Geo. Maxey, for works in Fayremede park, four payments, May to January, on warrant of Sir Ric. Riche, 96l.; also 7 Aug. for repair of divers houses within the survey of Augmentations, on like warrant 1 Aug., 40l. Wm. Harvey, for repair of the King's mansion at Hackney, on like warrants of 4 May, 30 Aug., 5 Nov. and 12 March, 260l. Hen. Goldyng, servant of Sir Ric. Southwell, for repairs at Hackney, on like warrant 5 Nov., 20l. John Gates, 15 Oct., for making of a new water mill within the lordship of Istelworth, on like warrant 23 Sept., 120l. John Russell, 15 Feb., for works at St. Albans, 100l.; and 19 Dec. and 7 March for works at Otteford, Knolle and Panthurste 80l. Edm. Peckeham, cofferer, upon annual warrant for 10,000l. for the Household, payments 18 Sept., 15 Oct., 1 and 10 Nov., 2 Dec., and 4, 14 and 18 Feb., 10,000l.
Total 273,963l. 7s. 3¼d.
(12) Money delivered to the King's coffers :—
By Jas. Joskyn 26 April ao 32, 13,333l. 6s. 8d. By Ant. Dennye 17 May ao 32 6,666l. 13s. 4d.; 28 July ao 32, 7,938l. 14s. 4d.; 19 Oct. ao 32, 1,000l. By Sir Thos. Hennage 19 Oct. ao 32, 1,000l.; 1 Jan. ao 32, 6,666l. 13s. 4d.; 16 Jan., 6,666l. 13s. 4d. To the King 22 Nov. ao 32, 13,333l. 6s. 8d.; 15 March, 13,333l. 6s. 8d.; 6 March (for the manor of Southelmham and other lands sold to the treasurer of Augmentations for 3,600l., part payment) 1,100l. By Ant. Dennye, 18 May ao 33, 3,211l. 2s. 5½d. as the first payment of the subsidy detained from the pensioners, and 1,004l. 8s. 11d.; 17 Jan. ao 33, 2,000l. By Sir Thos. Hennage 17 Jan. ao 33, 6,000l. To the King 9 April ao 33 (part payment for Southelmham, &c.) 1,250l.; 13 April ao 33, 3,333l. 6s 8d. By Sir Thomas Hennage 4 July ao 34, 2,000l. To the King 10 Dec. ao 35 (full payment for Southelmham and money for other lands sold) 1,550l. 10s. 8d. By the warden and fellowship of the Clothiers Company of London, for the chief messuage of Thos. lord Cromwell, attainted, beside Austin Friars, sold to them, 17 April ao 34, 666l. 13s. 4d.
Total, 92,054l. 16s. 5½d.
Total payments 407,173l. 11s. 2d.; leaving due, after a further charge of 326l. 2s. 6d. arising out of a sale of Helton, Skylgate, and other lands to John Legh (indenture 13 July and warrant 8 Dec. ao 35 cited) has been added, 76,962l. 5s. 1 13/16d.; from which :—
III. Allowances :—
Arrears from purchasers of lands, &c., specified (See § I.), 226 items, 52,036l. 11s. 3d., leaving due from the said Sir Edw North, 24,925l. 13s. 10 13/16d., of which paid to Sir John Williams, treasurer of the said Court, after the close of this account, 12 and 15 April ao 35, upon the King's warrant of 10 April ao 35 hereto annexed. 22,328l. 8s. 11d. odd; leaving due 2,597l. 5s. 07/8d. of which he is exonerated by the King's warrant dated 18 May 37 Hen. VIII., hereto annexed. Signed by Sir Ric. Ryche and, as examined, by Wm. Berners and John Wyseman, auditors.
IV. The original warrants above referred to signed by the King, attached to the foot of the preceding, viz. :—
a. Of 10 April ao 35 directing North, who is joint treasurer in survivorship with Sir John Williams, henceforth to surcease meddling in the said office and to hand over the treasure and books remaining with him to Sir John Williams.
b. Of 18 May 37 Hen. VIII. to North, as chancellor, and the other officers of Augmentations, announcing that whereas the said North, by deed dated 17 May ao 37, has granted to the King the manor of Eynsham and other manors and lands (specified) worth 425l. odd a year, the King, in consideration of his services, discharges him of all debts due by him in respect of his office of treasurership of Augmentations 20 March ao 35, viz. 2,597l. 5s. 07/8d., and grants him in fee simple the forests of Sapley and Weybrydge, Hunts, and lands to be chosen by him out of the Augmentations, to the yearly value of 289l. 7s. 9½d.
v. Account by Sir Edw. North of jewels and plate and of church ornaments, vestments, &c., received from religious houses which have come to the King's hands in the four years ended Mich. ao 35.
Giving an account of the amounts and descriptions of some of the principal objects (with reference to commissioners' books for particulars) and notes of the dates at which they were delivered to Sir John Williams, master of the Jewels, or to John Bristowe, the King's clerk, arranged under the following houses :—Monasteries of Westminster and Canterbury, College of St. Martin le Graunde, Friars of Blakeney and Burneham, Norf., monastery of Thorneton Curteis, Gloucester College in Oxford, hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, priory of Worcester, preceptory of Quenington, college of scholars of the Vale of Salisbury, and monasteries of Malmesbury and Tewkesbury. Signed by Sir Ric. Ryche, and, as examined, by Wm. Berners and John Wyseman, auditors.
Latin. A parchment roll of 112 large numbered membranes written on both sides, with the warrants noticed in § IV. attached to m. 107.
29 Sept.
R. O.
232. Attainted Lands.
Payments out of the attainted lands in the North for the year ended Mich. 35 Hen. VIII., for which the receiver seeks allowance.
A book of reprises similar to those of preceding years. (See Vol. XIV. Part II, No. 239, Vol. XVI. Nos. 96 and 1214 and Vol. XVII. No. 868.)
30 Sept.
R. O.
233. Ordnance.
Bill of receipt, 30 Sept. 35 Hen. VIII., by Sir Chr. Morris, master of Ordnance, from Sir Edw. North, treasurer of Augmentations, of 251l. 13s. 10d. for wages, victualling of ships and other charges in conveying ordnance from the Tower in London to Barwike; paid upon the Council's warrant dated Woodstock 23 Sept. (altered from July), according to a book of particulars made by Morris, Wm. Huxley and Ant. Anthony. Signed, S. Xpoffer Mores, and sealed.
P. 1.
30 Sept.
Add. MS. 32,652, f. 171. B.M. Hamilton Papers, II., No. 53.
234. Henry VIII. to Suffolk and Others.
Has seen their letters to the Council describing such horsemen as (leaving the Borders defensible) may be levied for the exploit into Scotland. The spearmen are far under the number necessary. Considering that Maxwell and his son are bound to the King's service, and have made suit to the deputy warden of the West Marches for the preservation of those under their rule, no incourse is to be feared on that Border; and therefore more spearmen may be taken out of the West Borders and the other two Borders, so as to make up 4,000 spearmen, and bowmen and billmen of the inland men left on the Borders for the short time of the enterprise. And where they write that it will take the men 15 days to make their coats and repair to the Borders, he doubts not that they will use all diligence, and, as for coats, the enterprise will not take above 12 or 14 days and they look for none; so that, to save expense, they may wear only red crosses, to which they will easily be persuaded if Borderers are told that nothing else is meant but a raid into Scotland, and inland men that they are levied for defence of the Borders, which the Scots are ready to enter and burn. Requires them to put all things ready and notify what forwardness they are in. Has here 10 or 12 ships which cannot be better employed, and are able to land 1,400 or 1,500 men in the Frythe nigh Edinburgh, and may take with them six great pieces of artillery which might be useful. Upon knowledge of their towardness, will send the orders for their marching forwards, and despatch the said navy to reach Edinburgh at the same time as they. They must secretly lade some victual, to serve them at Edinburgh, in ships at Newcastle and Berwick to be conducted by the said navy. Requires quick answer, as by tract of time his purpose may be hindered.
Draft, pp. 3. Endd. : Mynute to the duke of Suffolk, &c., ultimo Septembris 1543.
30 Sept.
Add. MS. 32,652, f. 161. B.M. Hamilton Papers, II., No. 51.
235. Henry VIII. to Sadler.
Perceives, by his letters of the 24th inst., the overture made at his last access to the Queen and "that Council," which appears so arrogant (that they would know the King's mind and then make answer as should seem expedient) that he thinks it necessary to make them answer by a herald. As Angus and others intend shortly to be at Edinburgh, and to make an overture for observance of this treaty, which by the "negligence, frailty and mutability" of the Governor is annihilate, and the King at liberty to take it or leave it, Sadler is to advise them not to enter too far with the King's adversaries, nor to think that the King will eftsoons accept such conditions as in last treaty he only agreed to upon their promises, which hitherto have come to small effect, and henceforth to enterprise nothing in the King's affairs without his instructions. Considering the unseemly overture made by the Cardinal and his sort, and that the King is at open war with Scotland, for lack of performance of the treaty, he will not accept it again as it was passed. When he concluded that treaty it was pretended by "you (fn. 10) whom we most trusted" that the earl of Arreyn, then named Governor, was the King's friend; but now he has revolted and put himself at the direction of the King's enemies, who have "violated the faith of their Governor, the majesty of their Parliament, the credence of their ambassadors," with all other testimony to the ratification of the said treaty; and you that were doers of it should seek ways to revenge it, and not "go about to redubb the same." Glynkerne, Douglas and other friends told the King that, if he would be content with these easy conditions, it would work such a love in all towards him that he should order all things, both for their Council and the safekeeping of the Queen and all his other purposes. Now he sees the Queen at the order of the Cardinal, one man his enemy directing all things, and all their conjectures deceived. Wherefore, let them now show themselves true men to their promise and well willers to their own country; for the King seeks to remove thence such as have been the breakers of this amity, or have shown themselves unmeet for authority, the chief whereof are the Cardinal and the Governor; whose remaining in authority by the consent of Angus and the King's friends will make the King esteem them less his friends than he has done. Unless these two are delivered into the King's hands, or at least deprived of all honour and authority, and, by authority of Parliament, a Council established (which should be twelve persons of the most discreet personages of the realm named in a schedule herewith) and eight other personages (also named in the schedule) appointed to have the custody of the Queen, four of them to be always in attendance (for those who were put in trust by Parliament have "brought her into the only order of her mother and the Cardinal"), the King can hardly be persuaded to any pact with Scotland. If they seem to doubt the peril of doing this, Sadler shall ask why they came to Edinburgh. Either they came to stand against the Cardinal, and thought themselves strong enough, or else they came to agree with the rest, and so break their promise to the King by agreeing first and asking advice afterwards. If they be strong enough, let them step to it and Henry will aid them at need. If they meant to join the rest; let them know that Henry will not accept the treaties as now passed, and therefore they may avoid all suit "for any degrees of the same," unless they first declare themselves for him. Praying them to give a resolute answer, for he is loth to be hobbied at as he has been with them. Sees no cause why, being at open hostility, he should redress the attemptates on the Borders. As to the ships, Sadler may tell the provost and townsmen of Edinburgh that, they having written the King "such an honest and humble letter," if things grow not to extremity, he may, rather at their suit than the Cardinal's, who was the cause of their taking, restore them.
After writing the above, has received letters from Angus, Glencarn, Casselles, Maxwell, Gray, Somervyle and Sir George Douglas answering his of 9 Sept. Sadler, in declaring to them the King's pleasure as above specified, shall thank them that they have travailed to make their party strong enough to resist the King's enemies; which serves well for the accomplishment of the things required by this letter.
(fn. 11) The King, "minding to proceed princely with the Scots," will send a herald to declare to the lords and commons assembled at Edinburgh how the Scots have swerved from their pacts, declaring their misdemeanours and the King's request that they will deliver the hostages, "or else to signify to them their destruction with fire and sword;" giving four days' respite for their answer, and warning all the King's prisoners to render themselves within ten days.
The King has ordered his navy to repair to Holy Island; and, in case the herald have no good answer, besides the invasion to be made by you, as devised, the navy shall enter the Frythe, burn the ships at the Lythe and land 500 men to annoy Edinburgh. The King awaits your advice touching the herald and the ships.
Corrected draft in different hands, a large part in Wriothesley's and the last two pages in Gardiner's, pp. 14. Endd. : Mynute to Mr. Sadleyr, ultimo Septembris 1543.
Add. MS. 32,653, f. 190. B. M. Hamilton Papers, II., No. 140. 2. "Declaration to have been made by the Herald." (fn. 12)
The King, having, by the death of your late Sovereign, and victory over such as invaded England, a great opportunity to prosecute the war to the extermination of all opponents, was content, in respect of his pronept and the humble suit made with a visage of submission ready to do all things tending to the conservation of his pronepte, to lay aside arms and enter treaty; concluding to place his pronepte in marriage with Prince Edward, his eldest son and heir apparent, and meanwhile to live in peace with you. To that covenant you have, by authority of the Three Estates of Scotland, consented, and have (by the Governor) sworn, and the King has the letters of ratification to show; which also, to show yourselves true men ["that should more consider the wealth of your Mistress than your own affection"] (fn. 13) you should have observed.
Now, when you have failed to perform your bond, after insurrections against your own government, "ye call the public authority private doings;" thereby denying the preeminence of your chosen Governor, the testimony of your great seal, the credit of your ambassadors, the faith of your notaries and the consent of your Parliament, and remaining as men with whom no covenant can be made. You forget that you covenanted with a Prince who will not suffer your disloyalty unpunished; and "for the wealth of your mistress and the poor commons," to whose detriment your folly shall chiefly redound, whereas by the peace and marriage the realm might have been preserved to your mistress and the commons lived in quietness. [Ye have set more by a little gain (or promise of gain) out of France than your honor, cared more for the maintenance of the Cardinal's appetites and the glory of the spirituality than your loyalty. For revenge whereof, fear the hand of God, fear the power of a Prince able to daunt you, fear, ye rulers, your own people, who, perceiving your abuses to their confusion, will not continue in the folly with you, fear such as are honest among you; for such conspiracy cannot continue, "the Devil can never be author of unity, but discord."] (fn. 14) After breaking the treaties you complain of raids and taking of ships, pretending to the people to lament their losses, of which you were the procurers. After discrediting your public authority, by saying that the treaties were passed by private persons, "ye have moved the King's majesty's ambassador here resident to write to his Highness to know his Majesty's pleasure concerning the peace and treaties, and, that known, ye would devise further what to do,"—ye require restitution of ships, redress of attemptates of the Borders. To this the King has thought good to make his answer by me and not by his ambassador, as follows :—
That he will not bear your arrogance in searching his mind, whereby to cloak your faults to the people. You pretend to wish peace who are the breakers of it. The King's inclination to the conservation of this realm was shown by the treaties. His clemency is manifest. Wherefore consider into what case you have brought Scotland. By you the Borderers have taken hurt. The ships of Edinburgh are stayed for your offence; which may, if matters grow not to extremity, be attained from him directly, but not through you. "And to you, that pretend public authority and yet, upon change of personages, call the same private, I shall close up the answer in this wise, Unite yourself to make suit for grace and favour or to defend yourself as the case shall require." For your defence, follow your own devices, but to sue for favour, let all your subscriptions jointly appear in your writings for it. For declaration of yourselves the King gives you respite of [six] (fn. 15) days.
Draft with corrections in Wriothesley's hand and (one) in Gardiner's, pp. 17. Endd. as above.
Ib. f. 200. 3. Fair copy of the above.
Pp. 13.
R. O. St. P., v. 350. 4. Earlier draft of the preceding, identical with it for the most part in the first paragraph, and the first part of the second, down to the end of the cancelled passage stating that the Devil can "never be author of unity but discord"; except that whereas in § 1 the statements are put absolutely, as, "You forget," "Ye have set more by a little gain," &c., they are here put conditionally as "Ye should remember," "If ye set more by a little gain," &c. But the sentence "Now, when you have failed to perform your bond," &c., and the continuation to the end after the word "discord" (passages which have evidently been drawn upon receipt of Sadler's letter of 24 Sept.) are not in this, and the conclusion is as follows :—
Wherefore the King admonishes you to avoid the danger of your misdemeanour, and wills me thus to close up my message to you :—If you do, like noble men, observe your covenants, laying in hostages, you shall be mercifully received. If you persevere in your conjuration already commenced to the contrary, the quarrel shall be maintained against you with force, by God's help, to your confusion. If, in the persecution of the authors of the mischief, the innocent suffer, the King will be sorry. If such as mislike the conspiracy declare their dissevering from the rest, the King will spare them and help them.
To this messuage I ask answer within four days. Silence will be construed for the worst possible answer.
In Gardiner's hand, pp. 5. Endd. in a later hand : "The credence of ye herald sent into Scotland." (fn. 16)
R. O. 5. Modern copy of § 4.
Pp. 3.
30 Sept.
Add. MS. 32,652, f. 155. B.M. Hamilton Papers, II., No. 49.
236. Suffolk, Parr, Tunstall and Browne to the Council.
On the 27th inst. the lord Warden and Wharton arrived with the most expert men of the Borders, for whom Suffolk had sent, as he wrote. Browne declared to them how, upon their writings lately sent to the King, advising a main army rather than the laying of garrisons, he was come to set it forwards. Describe how they, after long debate, explained that their former advice was on the supposition that carriage, victual and weather would serve, but now there had been such sudden floods, which had carried away their corn, and the weather was so sharp that they had changed their minds, for reasons given in a book herewith. Browne then suggested an army of 10,000 of whom 8,000 should be horsemen; but, after long debate, they opposed it, upon many of the reasons given by them against the main army, and asked leave to go together and devise services which would do no less hurt than either of these armies and not put the King's people in jeopardy of weather or the King to such charges. Whereupon, next day, they brought the exploits in two several books, signed by them, sent herewith; and the writers explain that they have come to be of the same opinion. To accomplish these enterprises they need 200 more in garrison, to make up 1,000, trusting that the enemy will be so weakened by them that, afterwards, 600 will suffice, unless the Scots lay strong garrisons, which, after these exploits, they will lack victual for. They also desire the aid of those alliable to the Borders, i.e., Westmoreland, Cumberland, Northumberland and the bishopric of Durham, for which the lord Warden has taken order.
Wharton has reminded them for the repair of the King's new works, which are in such decay "by raining into them" that they are like to be utterly lost; in which matter he said he wrote to the Council but had no answer. Darnton, 30 Sept. Signed.
Pp. 6. Add. Endd. : 1543.
R.O. St. P., V. 340. 2. "The opinions of Sir Thomas Wharton, Sir Rauff Euere, Sir John Louther, knights, John Leighe, Edward Aglionby, Robert Collingwood and John Horssley, esquires, at Darnton the xxviijth day of September anempst the invasion of ten thousand men or above that number to be made in Scotland this winter."
That it is not to be done for these reasons (detailed), viz. (1) that the weather has lately been so "contagious" that the ways are impassable, (2) insufficient victual, (3) danger of evil weather coming, and (4) necessity of wasting the lands of both enemies and friends, and so making all enemies.
It has been said that 8,000 horsemen and 2,000 footmen might do great damage, but such an invasion is not convenient for these reasons detailed, viz. (1) great loss of horses by exposure, (2) impossibility of taking fortresses, such as Jedworthe, Hundelee, Farnyhyrste, Abone Jedworthe, Hunthill and other towers in both the Tevidallis, without great ordnance and longer abode than six days, (3) probability of bad weather, (4) difficulty of providing victuals and (5) that the Scots would get notice of their assembly and prepare to give them battle or else set upon them in their home coming.
Albeit the invasion of an army would relieve us Borderers, and "in our former opinions" (fn. 17) we considered that, with victual, carriage and seasonable weather it would do most hurt, we think it should not be; and we beg you my lord Lieutenant, and you my lords of the King's Council, to judge that we will do our best service, and we trust with small numbers of light horsemen to do more hurt than either the main army or the 10,000 men; and we have devised exploits as in several articles hereto annexed. Signed.
Pp. 6. Endd.
R.O. St. P., V. 344. 3. "The opinions of Sir Thomas Wharton, Sir John Louther, knights, John Leighe and Edward Aglianby, esquires, for annoyance as they trust to God shall be done to Scotland this winter by the Westmarchers of England." Made at Darnton, 28 Sept., 35 Hen. VIII.
1. They trust to burn and destroy Anerdaill, viz. up the river Anande from the sea to the Water of Mylke, and thence to the head of the Water of Mylke and so eastward to Eshdaill, and all Eshdaill, Ewsdaill, Wawcopdaill and all the Baittableers. Thus all dwellers in Anande, which is the chief town of Anerdaill except Dumfreis, and the parishings (named) which frontier "foragaynst" the West Marches of England shall be destroyed or compelled to serve the King, except dwellers in the tower of Langhollme, which is lord Maxwell's, and the castle of Mylke. 2. Upon the Middle Marches of Scotland they trust to burn and waste all Ledesdall except Armytage castle. 3. With light horsemen, they trust to burn, in West Tevedaill, the market town of Awike, the towns of Cavers and Dename, the water of Borthike, the market town of Selkrige, the town of Roulle, and do small exploits in Jedworthe forest and beyond the river of Anande; but if garrisons be laid in West Tevedall these exploits in Tevedall cannot be done by West Marchers. Signed.
Pp. 2. Endd. 4. "The opinions of Sir Ralph Eure, knight, Robert Collynwood, esquire, John Horslay, esquire, for annoyance, as we trust to God shall be done in Scotland this winter upon the East and Middle Marches at such times as shall be thought most convenient with the number of vt thousand men as the moon and weather will serve for them, and with small numbers to the most anoysaunce of the enemies as shall be devised," viz. :—
To burn and destroy the buildings and corn in the towns of both Tevedalls (33 places named) and in the Marce (19 places named), and all steads and granges near them. Divers of these towns were destroyed last year with the army, but are rebuilt. Signed.
Pp. 2. Endd.

R. O. St. P., V. 338.
237. Against Scotland.
Paper headed "Nombres of men for the invasion of Scotland," showing the numbers of horsemen and footmen for each county, viz. Yorkshire, the Bishopric, Northumberland, Cumberland and Westmoreland, total 10,000 foot and 2,500 horse, the horsemen of the first two being described in the margin as spears. Numbers of footmen for Lancashire, Notts, Cheshire and Derbyshire are also given but not included in the total.
Pp. 2. In Gardiner's hand, not Wriothesley's as stated in the State Papers.
R.O. 2. "The readiest and hardest way for an army from Carlisle to Edinburghe with carriage of ordnance and other necessaries"
Carlisle to Rocliff 4 miles, Gretnoo 3, Kyrkpatrik 2, Kyrtill Briges 2, Pennersakes 2, Eglefleighen 1, Sowter Crosse 2, Watter of Mylk 2, Lokerby 3, Kyrk of Dryf 1, Dunwedye 4, Wamfray 4, Kyrk of Johnston 3, Moffet 5, Anykstane 5, Dowtopfoot 3, Dunmellzer 8, Broughton 5, Blithe 4, Lynton 2, Brighouse 1, Carnylippes 2, Neynmyll Burne 2, House of ye Moore 4, Bowbrig 3½, Bukstane 1½, Edingburgh 1.
P. 1.
ii. [Distances from Carlisle in various directions, viz. :—]
Carlisle to Anan 12 miles, Dumfreis 12, Dursdere 12, Byger 20, Edynburghe 20. Total 66 miles.
Carlisle to Loughmaben 20, Moffet 12, Pebylles 22, Edinburghe 16. Total that way 62 miles.
The nearest way from Carlisle to Pebylles "being a waste way and no towns between" 40 miles. (Added in Tunstall's hand : "fro Pebles to Edenburgh xvj myl.")
Carlisle to Dumfreis 24 miles, Sanker 20, Lanryge 20, Glascoo 10, Dunbreton 10.
Carlisle to Dumfreis 24 miles, Wigton 60, Sant Rynzanes 14.
P. 1. Endd. by Tunstall. : Ways of Scotlond.
30 Sept.
Add. MS. 32,652, f. 159. B. M. Hamilton Papers. II., No. 50. Sadler State Papers, I. 309.
238. Sadler to Suffolk and Tunstall.
On Friday last (fn. 18) the Dowager, Cardinal, Huntley, Argile and Bothwell departed over the Frythe towards St. Andrews; and yesterday Huntly and Argile went homewards, leaving the Dowager, Cardinal and Bothwell at St. Andrews. Murrey abides here still. The Governor, being accrased (or feigning it), promised to come afterwards to St. Andrews; and, yesterday, went to Dalkeith to speak with Sir George Douglas, who has this day sent Sadler word that the Governor would, to keep his promise, pass to St. Andrews, but return on Wednesday or Thursday, bringing with him, if possible, the Cardinal and his complices to lay the hostages and perform the treaties, and, if not, coming himself to join Angus. This was the Governor's promise, but Sir George doubted whether it would be performed. This night the Governor is in Lythcoo intending to be to-morrow with the Cardinal : which Cardinal, at departing, sent Rotesey herald to Sadler to offer his services and say he would be here again in 4 or 5 days, but some think that, once in his castle of St. Andrews, "he will not come here a good while." On Thursday, Angus and his company will be here; and Lenoux with them, who is now at Angus's devotion, so that it is not likely that the Governor will be here. Asks for news. Edinburgh, 30 Sept. Signed.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd. : 1543.

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239. [Suffolk] to —
As "the Scots have manifestly broken the peace this year concluded with the King's Majesty, not caring to observe th'articles," and make daily incursions, the King is compelled to levy an army royal for their repulse. I therefore straitly charge you, "by yourself or by your officers," to warn the persons named in the annexed schedule signed by me to be, with their men there specified, at — (blank) the — (blank) day of — (blank) next coming, ready to march forwards; sending beforehand to — (blank), there to receive conduct money. And, whereas, heretofore, through slackness in giving warning, the King's affairs have been disappointed, you are to do this speedily, so that none may say they were not warned in time. From — (blank).
Draft in the hand of Suffolk's clerk, pp. 2.

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240. Game.
Proclamation forbidding all persons to hawk pheasant or partridge, or to hunt the hare, within four miles of any of the King's castles, houses and manors during the progress time.
Modern copy, p. 1. Headed : A proclamation made at Woodstock for hawking and hunting.
241. Grants in September 1543.
1. Hen. Jones. To be a serjeant at arms vice John Grenevile, resigned, with 12d. a day since 30 June last. More, 20 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 1 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 32.
2. John Kechyn, of Hatfeld, Herts. Grant, in fee, for 798l. 8s. 6d., of the site, &c., of Cokersande mon., Lanc., with the demesne lands named (including a grange of 1,000 ac. called le Pyllyn) in Garestange parish, Lanc., in joint tenure of John Burnell and Robt. Gardyner; also pasture called Cokshottes in Ellell, in the parish of Cokerham, leased to Alex. Gardyner; lands called Bankehouse beside the site of the said mon. in Cokerham parish and in Pillyng in Garestang parish (several tenants named) and a wood called Cokshot wood; all which belonged to Cokersand. More, 23 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 1 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 8.
3. John Dorsett, of Colbroke, Bucks. Grant, in fee, for 221l. 2s. 3d., of Stokepoges manor and rectory, Bucks., in tenure of Thomas Page, with the advowson of the vicarage of Stoke Poges, which belonged to the priory of St. Mary Overy, Surr.; and certain woods (names and extents given) in Stoke Poges parish. Moore, 23 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 2 Sept.—P.S.
4. Robt. Hopkynson. Lease of a tenement in Woodestrete, London, in tenure of Ric. Cockes, another in tenure of John Johnson, and a tenement in Little Woodestrete in tenure of the said Hopkynson; which tenements belonged to Lessonnes mon., Kent, and were parcel of the possessions of Thomas Wolcey, abp. of York, cardinal, attainted; for 21 years; at 70s. rent. Del. Walden, 4 Sept. 35 Hen. VIII. —S.B. (Signed by Southwell and Moyle). Pat. p. 3, m. 6.
5. John Russell, K.G., lord Russell and Keeper of the Privy Seal. Grant, in fee, for 1,807l. 16s. 2d., of Acton manor, Midd., which belonged to St. Bartholomew's priory in Westsmythfeld, London; the manor of Westley alias Pembroke or Dunhamhall, Suff., which belonged to the late duke of Bedford; and the manors of Ingliscombe, Wydcombe, Laverton and Westharptree alias Westharp, Soms., with numerous woods (names and extents given) in these places, which belonged to Wm. late earl of Huntingdon. Moore, 22 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 5 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 29.
6. Philip Hobby, of Wresbury, Bucks, and lady Eliz. Compton his wife, otherwise called Eliz. Hobby wife of the said Philip, Thos. Welden, of Braye, Bucks (sic), Thos. Carden alias Cavarden, of Blechinglie, Surr., and Eliz. his wife, Edm. Harman, of Langley, Berks, and Agnes his wife, Thos. Starnolde, gentleman of the King's chamber, Wm. Snowball, yeoman cook pro ore, of New Windsor, Berks, and Margaret his wife, and John Westoote of New Windsor, yeoman. Pardon of all heresies for which they are accused before the King's Council and before John bp. of Sarum and other commissioners under the Six Articles in co. Berks, because, in the year 34 Hen. VIII., at New Windsor, they abetted, aided, favoured, counselled and consented with one Ant. Person, clk. there, lately condemned and burnt for heresies against the Sacrament of the Altar. Ampthill, 31 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 5 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 32.
7. Thos. Ardern, of Feversham, Kent. Grant, in fee, for 202l. 16s. 2d., of Elynnden manor, Kent, which belonged to Feversham mon., and woods called the Tonge Woode, 5 ac., and Elynnden Grove, 10 ac., in Sesalter and Whitestaple, Kent; also a tenement called le Beare and shop called le Garret in the Market, and a garden at le Cookesdiche in Feversham, in tenure of John Sethe, and lands (named and tenants named) in Herne Hill parish, Kent; all which premises belonged to Feversham.
Also grant to Thos. Ardern and Hen. Cooke, merchant tailor, of London, in fee to the said Cooke, of the marshes of Lyesness manor reserved in the grant to Sir Ralph Sadleyr, 29 May 28 Hen. VIII. (see Vol. X. No. 1015 (37)), and all fresh and salt marshes and lands covered with water in the parishes of Lyesnes, Erethe, Bexlee, Plumpsted, Dartford and Crayford, Kent, which belonged to Lyesnes manor and formerly to the monastery of Lyesnes. Ampthill, 28 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 5 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 33.
8. Sir John Russell, K.G., lord Russell and keeper of the Privy Seal. Annuity of 40l. out of the site of the manor or chief mansion of Forde, with its demesnes, the grange of Leighe, and lands in Asshereyney, Hewishe, Rowboroughe, Barnestaple, Newporte, Wroughton, Beringherbar, Chalueleighe and Southmolton, Devon and Soms., which belonged to Sir Ric. Pollard, dec., in the King's hands by the minority of John Pollarde, s. and h. of the said Sir Richard, with wardship and marriage of the said heir. Sonnynghill, 5 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 5 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 37.
9. Sir Robt. Acton, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 997l. 14s. 4¼d., of the manor of Elmeley Lovet, Worc., parcel of Warwykes lands, with the mill (in tenure of Ric. Fisher), the park in Elmeley and the lands called Sapercotes included in it, the advowson of the rectory, and several woods and commons (names and extents given) in Elmeley Lovet; all which are parcel of "Warwykes landes." Moore, 23 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 5 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 5.
10. Thos. Barrowe. Grant, in fee, for 743l. 16s. 1½d., of the manor of Newton Hall next Sudbury, Suff., which belonged to Marg. countess of Sarum, attainted; with the advowson of Newton rectory, the wood called Southolde Wood and four other woods (names and extents given) in Newton parish. Guildford, 3 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 5 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 8.
11. Ric. Watkyns alias Vaughan, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 1,144l. 2s. 1d. (of which 944l. 2s. 1d. has been paid and the rest is released to the said Watkyns), of the manors of Markesbury and Hunstert, Soms.; the advowson of Markesbury rectory, and a pension of 13s. 4d. out of it; the manor of Cameley, Soms.; the advowson of Cameley rectory; 5s. rent out of the tenement of Thos. Joce in Strete super le Fosse, Soms., and woods (extents given) called Westwood, Newewood, Alders Wood, Haiwodde, and Holtwood in Markesbury and Hunstert, and Parkewood and Palewood in Cameley; all which premises belonged to Glastonbury mon. Also the site of the chief messuage called Chaynes Courte in Dichruge within Box parish, Wilts, which belonged to Edington priory; and two messuages in Dichrugge called Silkes and Londomms leased to Nic. Newell, Alice his wife, and their sons Wm. and John, which belonged to Edington. Ampthill, 31 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 5 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 3.
12. Hen. Broke. To be a gunner in the Tower of London, with 6d. a day, vice John Jervys, dec. Okyng, 25 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 7 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 35.
13. John Russell, K.G., lord Russell and keeper of the Privy Seal. Licence to alienate the manor of Westlei alias Pembroke or Dunham Hall, Suff.; to Edm. Markaunt and Eliz. his wife and the heirs of the said Edm. Walden, 7 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 13.
14. Ric. Andrewes, of Hayles, Glouc., and Nic. Temple. Licence to alienate five tenements and a cottage called Crosbybanke in the parish of Crosby Raventhwayte, Westmld., which belonged to St. Leonard's mon. in York; to Jas. Bellyngham, of Garthorne, Westmld. Westm., 10 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 15.
15. John Russell, K.G., lord Russell and keeper of the Privy Seal. Licences to alienate;—
i. A moiety of Inglyscombe manor, Soms., which belonged to Wm. late earl of Huntingdon, and of woods called Kyngyswoode Copies (26 ac.), Vernames Copise (16 ac.), West Copise (15 ac.) and Brache Copise (16 ac.) in Ingliscombe; to John Raynes. Westm. 10 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 11.
ii. Another moiety of the same to Robt. Bysse, of Stoke St. Michael's, Soms., and John Bysse his younger brother. Westm., 10 Sept. Ibid. m. 20.
16. Thos. Holcrofte, one of the esquires for the Body. Licences to alienate :—
i. The house, &c., of the late "Austen Freres" of Weryngton, Lanc., and lands (specified and tenants named) in Weryngton, which belonged to the said Friars; to John Cowdwall. Walden, 11 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 6, m. 22.
ii. The house. &c., of the late Grey Freers of Preston, Lanc., with gardens, &c. and a watermill and windmill in Preston and turbary in Penwortham, Lanc., which belonged to the said Friars; to Oliver Breers. Ib., m. 28.
iii. A close called Wydooffeld in Preston, which belonged to the late Grey Friars there and was granted to him by pat. of 18 June 32 Hen. VIII.; to Sir Ric. Houghton. Walden, 11 Sept. Ib., m. 28.
17. John Forman, the King's servant. To be chief mason (cementor) of Berwick, with 8d. a day and the nomination of a soldier in Berwick at 6l. a year, from 7 Feb. 34 Hen. VIII. Grafton, 9 Sept. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 13 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 1.
18. John Sykys, the King's servant. To be master carpenter of Berwick with 12d. a day and the nomination of a soldier in Berwick at 6l. a year, and 20s. a year in reward for his yeoman under him in the same office; from 7 Feb. 34 Hen. VIII. Grafton, 9 Sept. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 13 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 1.
19. Ric. Vincente. Grant, in fee, for 339l. 9s. 4d., of a moiety of the town of Smeton, Yorks., with a messuage and certain closes (named) in Smeton in tenure of Ric. Calverde, and the other moiety with a messuage and closes (named) in tenure of Thos. Paynter and Joan Atkinson, widow, and the advowson of Smeton rectory, all which belonged to St. Mary's mon. beside York; except the tenement called Monkend in Smeton. Also the farm and grange of Angram in Welberye parish, Yorks., which belonged to Ryvalx mon. Guildeford, 5 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 14 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 6.
20. John Tawe and Edw. Taylour. Grant, in fee, for 147l. 11s. 8d., of lands in the parish of St. Pancras, Midd., commonly called Millefeldes and Canewoodfeldes alias Millefeld, Huntefeld, Fernefeld, Gutterfeld and Knyghtes Grove lying together on the south side of Canewood and Gillis Hawte, and all lands in the same parish lately leased to John Palmer, dec.; which belonged to the mon. of Waltham Holy Cross; all which premises abutt upon Hachelane alias Canewoodlane and the lands of the said Palmer on the east, upon Canewoodde and Gillis Hawte on the north, upon Hampstede Heth on the west and upon lands late Whetnalls on the south. Also all woods in the parishes of Totnam and Edelmeton, Midd., which belonged to Christchurch priory, London, 174 ac. in extent (names and extents of the several woods given, together with some tenants names and rents in kind). Sonnynghill, 5 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 14 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 27.
21. Ric. Andrewes and Nic. Temple. Licence to alienate Tylehouse grange in the parish of Oldebyland, Yorks., which belonged to Byland mon., in tenure of Ant. Rookes and Joan his wife; to Thos. Allanbrige of Farseley, Yorks, clothier, and Isabella his wife and Anne Rokes, daughter of Ant. Rokes, and the heirs of the said Anne. Westm., 14 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 6, m. 30.
22. Hen. Parkar, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 325l. 3s. 4d., of Clavering rectory. Essex, in his tenure, which belonged to Pritwell priory; with the advowson of the vicarage. Grafton, 6 Sept. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 11 Sept. —P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 1.
23. Ric. Vincente. Licence to alienate the farm and grange of Angram, in Welberye parish, Yorks., which belonged to Ryvalx mon., in tenure of Chr. Bowes; to the said Chr. Bowes Westm, 17 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 21.
24. Andrew Judde, alderman of London. Licence to alienate the manor of Maisters in Preston, Suff., in tenure of John Sprynge, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem and Batisford preceptory, and the manor and the rectory of Preston in tenure of Robt. Risse, which belonged to Holy Trinity priory, Ipswich, with the advowson of Preston vicarage; to Robt. Spryng. Walden, 17 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 6, m. 27.
25. Sir John Zouche, lord Zouche, Seyntmawre and Cantilupe and Thos. Sydenham. Licence to alienate the manor of Wynforde Egle, 20 messuages, &c., and the advowson of the church and free chapel of Wynforde Egle, Dors.; to Fras. Aynesworthe and Wm. Burdett, to be regranted to the said Sir John and his heirs. St. Albans, 18 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 13, m. 13.
26. Sir John Haryngton. Licence to alienate lands in Flekney, Leic., in tenure of Thos. Hewet, which belonged to the mon of Pratis Leicester; to Thos. Harvey. Westm., 20 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 18, m. 3.
27. Geo. Throkmarton, of Derehurst, Glouc. Grant, in fee, for 934l. 7s., of the manor of Chaddisley, Worc., which belonged to Minor Malvern priory; the manor of Cokeshall alias Coksall, Heref., in tenure of John Davys, clk., and a wood called Cokesall Knowle, of 45 ac., in Bucknell parish, which belonged to Wygmore mon.; the manors of Hawe and Wolston, Glouc. and a pension of 7s. out of Wolston rectory, which belonged to Tewkisburye mon. as parcel of its cell of Derehurst; and all appurtenances of the premises in Longdon and Chaddisley, Worc., in Bucknell, Heref., and in Hawe, Trynley, Hasfeld, and Wolston, Glouc. Also the advowson of Wolston rectory, which belonged to Tewkisburye and Derehurst. Woodstock. 14 Sept. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 21 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 12.
28. Peter Asbie, rector of Skreingham, Yorks., clk. Licence of non-residence. Woodstokk. 16 Sept., 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 22 Sept.—P.S. Pat p. 1, m. 7.
29. Edw. Wygan, S.T.P., King's chaplain. Grant of the canonry and prebend in the collegiate church of Burton on Trent void by the death of James Towneley, clk. Woodstokk, 16 Sept. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 22 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 35.
30. Geo. Throkmarton, of Derehurste, Glouc. Licences to alienate :—
i. The manor of Cokeshall alias Coksall, with appurtenances in Bucknell parish, Heref., in tenure of John Davys, clk., and a wood called Cokeshall Knoule in Bucknell parish, which belonged to Wygmore mon.; to Thos. Davys, of Cokeshall. Westm., 24 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 19.
ii. The farm of Chaddesley manor in the parish of Longdon and Chaddesley, Worc., in tenure of Robt. Philippys, and three groves called Cleve Grove, Bygrove and Ashover; which belonged to Minor Malverne priory; to Robt. Philippys of Chaddesley, Worc. Walden, 24 Sept. Ib., m. 20.
iii. Hawe manor in the parish of Trynley alias Tyrley, Glouc., with appurtenances in Hawe, Trynley and Hasfeld, Glouc., which belonged to Tewkesbury mon. as parcel of its cell of Derehurst, also three messuages &c. (tenants named), parcel of the manor of Chaddesley in the parish of Longdon and Chaddesley, Worc., which belonged to Minor Malverne priory; to Thos. Throkmarton, of Tortworthie, Glouc. Walden, 24 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen, VIII., p. 6, m. 29.
31. Sir John Rogers. Grant, in fee, for 738l. 18s. 5d., of lands (specified) in tenure of John Harvest in St. Mary Blandford, Dors., which belonged to St. Mary's mon., Winchester, and all possessions of that mon. in St. Mary Blandford; lands in tenure of Alan Dyverse and Wm. Shipman in Charleton, Hants, which belonged to Netley mon. (mon. de Leto Loco); Pymperne manor, Hants, which belonged to Bremmer priory, in tenure of John Selby, with woods called Estwood (12 ac.) and Shawe wood (10 ac.) in Pymperne; the chief messuage and farm of Hemsworth, Dors., in tenure of Robt. Ryves, which belonged to Mylton mon., and all possessions of Mylton in Hemsworth; Estwytwaye manor in the Isle of Purbek, Dors., which belonged to Shene priory, Surr; lands in tenure of John Frye in the parishes of St. Mary de Blanford and Blanford Former, Dors., which belonged to Shene; the house, &c., of the late Black Friars in Melcombe Regis, Dors. Walden, 26 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 8.
32. Thos Berthelet, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 189l. 3s. 11d., of all messuages and gardens in the parish of St. Andrew in Holborne in the suburbs of London in tenure of Wm. Cowyke, which belonged to St. Bartholomew's mon., London; and all messuages in the parish of St. Bridget in Fletestrete in the suburbs of London in the several tenures of Thos. Jeffrey, John Coke, John Dean, Wm. Hugginson and Chr. Lee, which belonged to the college of Acon. Woodstock, 14 Sept. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 26 Sept.—P.S. Pat. p. 3, m. 21.
33. Roland (sic) Holgate alias Halgate, bp. of Llandaff. Licence to alienate two messuages in tenures of John Pygotte and John Overton in the parish of St. Andrew Undershafte, London, which belonged to the Charterhouse and were granted 26 July 35 Hen. VIII. to the said Robert (sic) Holgate; to Thos. Grove and Joan his wife. in fee to the said Thos. Walden, 26 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 20.
34. Wm Bevell. Grant, in fee, for 157l. 13s. 4d., of Chesterton manor, Hunts, and a rent of 40s. out of Chesterton rectory, which belonged to the mon. of St. John Baptist. Royston, Herts. Also a messuage, &c., in Walmesford alias Waunsforthe, Hunts, in tenure of Wm. Dentyngsale alias Dyttensall, and 2s. rent for a cottage in Chesterton, paid by Fodrynghay college, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem; and lands in Copyngford, Hunts, leased to John Parker, and a messuage, &c., in Stilton, Hunts, leased to Robt. Hobson, which belonged to Bushemede, mon., Beds. More, 21 Aug. 32 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 28 Sept.— P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 5.
35. Wm. Bevell. Licence to alienate lands specified (and tenants named) in Copyngford and Stilton, Hunts, which belonged to Bushmeade mon., Beds; to Miles Forest, for life, with remainder to Henry Forest, son of the said Miles, and the heirs of his body, with remainder in default to the right heirs of the said Miles. Walden, 29 Sept. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 8.

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242. The French Movements.
[Intelligence from a spy.]
He left Sentquintin yesterday, where are 400 men of arms, Vandosme with his own band and those of the Scots and the Constable, and Du Bies with his band; also 3,000 Boulognoys footmen under Mons. de Saintine, Mons. de Varennes and others. The Swiss arrived at Cressy on Sunday night, and number 12,000. The King is at Foullenbray near Coussy since Saturday and Sunday. They of Sent Quentyn expected to bring some baggage to Guyse, but could not. They did not expect the enemy to come that way (quon deult la venir) but feared rather for Le Chastellet or Perronne. Mons. de Dampierre is lieutenant there with 50 men of arms, and another esteemed captain is there with 50 men of arms; there are also footmen, and 300 harqueboussiers arrived on Saturday. The army is still behind the King and will not be all assembled for eight or ten days. The King himself viewed the fortification of Luxembourg; and afterwards made 10 leagues a day, leaving in that country 1,200 horse besides garrisons. The bruit is that the King will fight. Heard Mons. Destrees yesterday morning at St. Quentin speak of making an "emprinse sur les vivandi du Castel de la Chapelle." At the Chastellet is Captain Bernart and Mons. de Dyseux, lieutenant of Mons. Destrees.
French, pp. 2. Endd. : "Advertisements sent from Mr. Wallop."

Footnotes

1 Anthony Persons, a priest; Robert Testwood, a singing man; and Harry Filmer, a tailor. See Hall's Chronicle, 858-9.
2 Struck out.
3 "Xli. seems by the striking out of the letters "li." intended to stand for "and."
4 Sept. 26.
5 Oct. 2.
6 See Vol. XIV. Part ii., No. 236.
7 Scudamore's account of his receipts at Mich., 32 Hen. VIII., will be found in Tanner MS., 334, f. 1. It is a statement in columns covering 12 pages.
8 Annuity granted by the late earl of Northumberland.
9 Added in another hand.
10 Apparently a speech to be addressed by Sadler to Angus and his party.
11 These two final paragraphs are in Gardiner's hand on a separate leaf of paper now enclosed in the minute. It is possible that they were an addition to the letter addressed only to Suffolk and the Council with him.
12 There is no authority for the date "Dec. 20" given to this paper in the margin of Hamilton Papers, and nothing to show that it was December at all, though the Editors of the State Papers have inferred that date from a passage in the "Diurnal."
13 Cancelled.
14 Cancelled.
15 Cancelled.
16 There is no evidence that this declaration was not at first intended to have been made by Sadler. The decision to send a herald with it may have only arisen when it took the form of § 1.
17 See No. 195 (3).
18 Sept. 28th.