Henry VIII
February 1544, 26-29

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'Henry VIII: February 1544, 26-29', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 19 Part 1: January-July 1544 (1903), pp. 71-87. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80298 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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February 1544, 26-29

27 Feb.135. The Lord Admiral.
R. O.Warrant to Sadler to pay the lord Admiral, who has prested certain men to go by sea in the King's service, the sums contained in a schedule annexed. Westm., 27 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Signed (signatures illegible).
Subscribed with Lisle's receipt for the same, the same day. Signed.
P. 1. Very faded and illegible.
ii. Bill (fn. 1) of the cost of conduct of 100 men to be brought to Sir Rix Manxell out of Wales to London, 120 miles at 1/2d., and coats for them at 4s., 45l. Like conduct and coats of 200, to be brought by Sir Nic. Poyntz, out of Gloucestershire, 90 miles, 77l. 10s.; of 40, by John Genyns of the Privy Chamber, from Chichester, 60 miles, 13l.; of 50, by —— (blank) Lutterell, from Somersetshire, 100 miles, 20l. 8s. 4d.; of 80, by George Bluntt, from Shropshire, 110 miles, 34l. 6s. 8d.; of 40, by John Carye of the Privy Chamber, from Essex, 30 miles, 10l. 10s.; of 30, by Baldwin Willoughby, from Essex, 40 miles, 8l. 10s.; of 10 by Andrew Flammoke, from Warwickshire, 72 miles, 3l. 10s.; of 20, by lord Clynton, from Lincolnshire, 80 miles, 7l. 6s. 8d.; of 100 out of Kent, 26 miles, and 100 out of the Wept country, 100 miles, by Lord Cobham, 66l. 5s.; of 300, by the lord Admiral, from Staffordshire, 100 miles, 122l. 10s. Total, 408l. 16s. 8d. Signed: John Lisle.
Pp. 3.
28 Feb.136. Suffolk to Henry VIII.
Add. MS32,
653, f. 290.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 171.
Perceives, by Mr. Paget's letters of the 25th inst., that, on receipt of Suffolk's last letters, the King required that, if he had devised anything either for the furniture of the King's resolve (with the advice of the Council) to send an army by sea into Scotland or for setting forward a power by land, he should declare it. Has thereupon devised a book of the charges of 15,000 men by sea, and of 4,000 horse and 14,000 foot by land, with an estimate of victual for that army by land. Thinks the invasion by land far better to bring to pass the King's "noble and godly purpose," and to abate the Scots' proud hearts and cause his friends (if he has any) to show themselves, than that by sea. With the mistrust and scarcity in Scotland, the King's army will either give them battle, or cause the nobles to lay pledges to observe the King's purpose, or else win the town and castle of Edinburgh (as Suffolk will show at his coming); and, in coming homeward, destroy such a piece of Lodyan and the Borders that the Scots will be unable to annoy England. The army by sea can only burn Edinburgh (for the castle will not yield) and destroy such places on both sides of the Frythe as footmen can reach; and that done the King will be no nearer his purpose, and his friends (if he have any) will be in worse case thereby, for it will be taken to prove that the King intends only the destruction of the young Queen and the realm.
If this invasion by land shall stand the King should remember to appoint Hertford some wise men of experience as his council; for the Scots are "strange men to meddle with and little to trust to," and he must take hostages for the performance of their promises. The army might be in Scotland by 14 April, if victual comes soon enough to Berwick and the Frythe, according to Suffolk's book, and may tarry 28 days and be back in England by 15 May. Since the King intends to spend money for revenge on his enemies, this way seems best. Darnton, 28 Feb., 2 a.m. Signed.
Pp. 5. Add. Endd.: 1543.
28 Feb.137. The French Herald.
R. OExamination of François Mailliard, 25 Feb. 1548 at Speir before —— (blank) de Schambourg, marshal, Charles Boisot, councillor, and Josse Baue, secretary.
Fifty-three interrogatories and answers, showing that he is a native of Blais, was despatched by the King and L'Aubespine from Fontainebleau about two months ago, and came from Nancy by way of Strasburg, on Tuesday last, arriving here yesterday morning. He carries only two letters, to the Emperor and to the Estates; but Mons. de Granvelle will not receive them. He conferred with no one by the way, although the Cardinal de Belay, who was at Nancy, knew of his despatch. Of the two months since his despatch, he was five weeks with the Sieur de Beaurigau at Saleure to hear of the assembly of the Emperor and Princes. He had no safe-conduct and was told by the King himself to enter the Emperor's palace in his coat of arms as he did. He did not know that the herald who carried the Emperor's answer to the King's defiance was refused passage without safe-conduct, for that was before he was a herald. He has been Guyenne king of arms about half a year and gave his oath to the Grand Esquire; but before that he held no office. He was in Switzerland in service of General Merelet until after the death of Maigret, 10 years ago; and has been the King's pensioner since the year '29, now at 400 livres, employed in translating from German and carrying pensions to the Swiss. Insists that he is not a secretary and has 180 livres as herald in addition to his pension (heralds receiving 180, 200 or 220 livres). Thinks he was made herald for this act, although this Diet has not been spoken of more than two months. Before being herald he was called "le truche-man" and employed in Swiss affairs; but did not make the letters to the Swiss (which were signed by Bayard, Laubespine or Bouchetel). There was another German secretary called Jehan Jacques who was not always in Court. He carried no message to Beaurigault. He knows that the heralds of the Emperor and King of England were refused entry to France, but they carried war whereas he comes for peace. Repeats that he has not spoken of his charge to anyone since he left Nancy, except to Mons. de St. Vincent's men at dinner on Saturday last.
ii. Examination of 28th Feb.
Four other interrogatories and answers, showing that he came from Basle to this town, where he entered the same day as the Duchess of Bar; but, being charged not to deliver his letters until the beginning of the Diet and seeing no appearance of its being so soon, returned to Nancy after staying here only five days, during which he spoke with no one.
French, pp. 7. Endd.: "Th'examination of the French herald and his man that came to Spyre."
R. O.2. Examination of Loys Tavernier, servant to Maillard, upon 19 interrogatories, showing that his master has been herald for about half a year and was never called secretary, but some called him Mons. de la Touche from a little house he has, near Blais, which is not a seigneurie. They went from Fontainebleau to Salleure in Switzerland, where the King's ambassador is, about 7 weeks ago; passing by Nancy, from which they came on Tuesday last and arrived here yesterday morning.
French, pp. 2.
29 Feb.138. Mary Queen of Scots to Paul III.
Royal MS.
18 B. vi. 162.
B. M.
Epp. Reg. Sc,
ii. 188.
Commends highly the bearer of these, Marcus Grymanus, patriarch of Aquileia, who has acted legate here for five months. He has aroused the love of all good men to the Holy See and given hope of aid from his Holiness, especially when the imminent danger of this state is known, the English king having prepared next summer to despoil it both of liberty and religion. Has committed the declaration of affairs to him. Edinburgh, ultimo Feb. 1543, under the hand of James earl of Arran.
Copy, pp. 2. Lat.
Royal MS.2. Arran's commission to the Patriarch.
18 B. vi. 162b.
B. M.
Epp. Reg. Sc.,
ii. 190.
First, he shall tell how the Scots stand, assailed with war by a most cruel and powerful enemy, the English king, who, if successful, will not only destroy their liberty, the dearest thing to mortals, but take from the Holy See a realm that has obeyed it for ages. It is not in their power to wage war with the King, for the Scots are exhausted with long war and lack all things, especially money so that it must be openly confessed that unless His Holiness and their allies help them they cannot save their liberty. His Holiness cannot spend money more justly and gloriously, not even against the Turks, than in defence of the liberty and religion of the Scots, whose realm is part of the dominion of the Holy See.
Then he shall narrate the efforts of the Cardinal of St. Andrews against the enemy, and the favour he has deserved of the Holy See. The advantage of the office of legate is manifold, for the people exclaim that amongst all these fires of war, the lightest causes are carried to Rome, which is both a hardship and an intolerable expense, especially when the realm is exhausted. It is therefore asked that His Holiness will appoint the Cardinal of St. Andrews legate.
Lastly we send a man to Rome with the Patriarch to bring the reply of his Holiness; and we beg the Patriarch to see that he does not return empty.
Lat. Copy, pp. 2. Headed: Mandata ab illustrissimo Arranie comite, regni Scotie gubernatore, reverendissimo patriarche ad Sanctissimum data et concredita.
Feb.139. Henry VIII. to Michael Stanhope. (fn. 2)
Add. MS.29,597, f. 6.B. M.Has revoked the Duke of Suffolk from the North and sent the earl of Hertford, Great Chamberlain of England, in his place. Stanhope is to supply the earl with 200 footmen, of whom 50 shall be archers. . . . . . . . . . Feb. 35 Henry VIII. Signed with a stamp.
P. 1. Add.
140. The Expedition to Scotland.
[The Device for an invasion of Scotland printed in the Hamilton Papers Vol. II., No. 173, as of the year 1544 must be of a later date, certainly not earlier than the autumn of 1545].
R. O.
St. P., v., 338.
2. "Nombres of men for the invasion of Scotland."
Yorkshire: horsemen, spears, 400, footmen 7,000.
The Bishopric: horsemen, spears, 60, footmen 2,000.
Northumberland: horsemen 1,000, footmen —— (blank).
Cumberland: horsemen 1,000, footmen 300.
Westmoreland: horsemen 40, footmen 500.
"Lancastreshyre": horsemen —— (blank), footmen 3,000.
Notts: footmen 400.
Cheshire: footmen 600.
Derbyshire: footmen 300.
In Gardiner's hand, pp. 2. Endd.
*** This paper has been already described in Vol. XVIII. Part ii. No. 237, under the date September 1543 to which it is assigned in the State Papers. It bears, however, the same water mark as §4, and would appear rather to nave been drawn up at this time.
R. O.3. Estimates for an army by sea of "15,000 men, mariners and soldiers, to be victualled for two months, and to carry as much of the same in victuals with them as they can."
"Every ship will carry after the rate of two men for a ton with a month's victual for the same," and so for one month there must be ships of 7,500 tons, viz.: five (altered from "ten") of 200, ten of 100, ten of 80, fifty of 50, fifty of 40, and ten of 20; in all 135 ships. Half the said number to carry victual for another month and ten others to carry artillery and horses. Total ships 212. Statement of the men, in all 1,500, required to keep each of the above sets of ships, ending with the words "and so shall land" 13,500.
ii. Estimates of wheat and drink (at a potel a day each man) required for 15,000 men for 56 days, with a list of other "kinds of victuals," viz., cheese, herrings, beef, butter, biscuit.
iii. Some jottings of numbers of tons, &c., upon a page containing many scribblings and repetitions of words such as "rempublicam," "le graunte mastre de Fraunce," "Stefanus Winton," &c.
iv. Estimate of victuals and wages of 15,000 men for two months, at the rate of 5s. a man for wages and 8s. for victual, with their costs at 4s. each, "besides conduct money and dead shares."
v. Jottings of wages for "vj month, 180 days."
vi. Estimate of carts required to carry drink (at 9,000 potels a day) for ten days, "the other proportion for other ten days to be sent by water"; and of carts for bread and oats and the number of oxen required for them.
vii. Later draft of the commencement of § i above, in which the entry "five ships of cc." is cancelled and the next line altered to "twenty ships of c."
Mainly in Gardiner's hand, pp. 8. Endd.: An estimate for an armey by see.
R. O.4. "An estimate of the charges of 15,000 soldiers and mariners for two months," viz.:—
Conduct money of 12,000 soldiers outward and homeward with captain and petty captains 4,000l.; coats 2,000l. Wages of 3,000 mariners for two months 1,500l.; tonnage 1,400l.; dead shares by estimation 300l.; victuals of 3,000 mariners for two months 1,900l. Wages of 12,000 men for 44 days 4,800l.; victualling of them 4,800l. For horses 266l. 13s. 4d. For garrison of horsemen two months 6,000l.
ii. "A memorial of such things as must [be] depeched with expedition for preparation, etc.
"First, letters to be written to my lord of Suffolk containing the King's Majesty's resolution, with advice to keep the matter secret and increase of the garrison to one thousand more, or two.
"Item, to be written to know the number of the ships in Newcastel, Hul and other ports on the Borders, of what portage they be of and who be the owners."
In Gardiner's hand, pp. 2. Written on alternate pages, the second page containing scribblings of words such as "rempublicam," "Deus," and the name "John Mason."
R. O.5. Estimate of the provision which a ship of 100 tons carrying 200 men must take for two months of 28 days, viz., biscuit 12,200 lbs. or 112 lb. a day for every 100 men; beer 56 tuns, or 1 pipe a day for every 100 men; flesh 8 tuns, each containing 800 pieces, to serve four days in every week; fish and cheese 3 tons "which I divide not because I know not the quantity": wood 4 tons.
The biscuit weighs but 5 tons and 1 pipe and occupies the stowage of 12 tons; so that the ship must stow 83 tons, leaving only 17 tons for ballast, whereas if she shall keep the sea she must have 40 tons of ballast and must therefore leave out the sixth part of the said victual and men.
"And so after this rate in every ship of every burden, and specially in ships made between the Tamys and Barwyk."
At present are about 12 hulks in the Tames, meetly well ordnanced, that draw little water, and 4 without ordnance, meet to carry men and victuals. Also about 6 Bremers with guns of iron and 10 Portyngall barks without ordnance (good sailers to windward) which may do good service with one piece of brass, "because they occupy no foremast."
Pp. 2.
R. O.6. [Tonnage of the shipping at each of the following places, viz.] Newcastle 2,700 tons, Southsheles 82, Whitby 160, Skarbrough 370, Flamborowe 140, Brydlyngton 160, Hul 1,700, Sykehouses 30, Ratclyf 164, Thorney 30, Selbye 33, Yorke 33, Lynne 500, Welles 140, Burneham 190, Wystom 450, Blakney —— (blank), Cley 450, Shyringham 100, Yermouth 1,970, Leystof 1,250, Alborowe 480, Walberswyke 615, Southwode 600, Ipswich and Orwell Haven 610. Total for the Northern ports 5,600 tons; for the rest 7,300 tons.
Whereof for 15,000 men with one month's victuals, 7,500 tons; for victuals, of necessity, 3,750; for horses and artillery, 500; "and so resteth in Suffolk 1,150 which will carry 2,300."
ii. Statement showing how the above tonnage is made up (no names of ships) for the East Anglian ports from Lynne to Ipswich (though the sum of the different sizes of vessels does not always agree with the totals given above), viz.:—Lynne, one of 100, one of 80, three of 60, four of 50, three of 30; Welles, one of 70, one 40, one 30; Burnham, of 70, 50, 40, 30, one each; Blakney, 50, 38, 30, one each; Wystom, one of 90, one 80, four of 50, two of 40; Cley, one of 120, one 100, one 80, three 40. two 30; Shyringham, one 70, one 30; Yermouth, one 140, six 100, four 80, six 60, four 50, four 40, seven 30; Leystof, three of 120, one 100, three 80, five 60, three 50; Alborowe, one of 100, two 80, one 50, two 40, three 30; Dunwich, seven of 60, two 50, four 40, three 30; Walberswyke, two of 80, four 60, three 50, one 35, one 30; Southworde, one of 100, two 80, three 60, two 50, two 30; Ipswich, one of 160, one 120, one 80, four 40, three 30.
Similar statement (naming the ships) for the above Northern ports, viz., York, The Michael Bynkes 33; Selby, The Mary Strynger 33; Thorney, The Barbara 30; Racclyf, The Trinite 36, Mary 34, Laurence 30, Margaret 30, Trynite 40; Sykehouses, The Trynite 30; Hul (the same list as in No. 116 (2) with the additional name The Mary James 80); Brydlyngton, The Jhesus 70, Oswald 60, James 30; Flamborowe, The Barbara 30, Mary 40, Erasmus 40, Clement 30; Skarborowght, The John Baptist 60, Margaret 40, Mary Kateryn 30, Christofer 30, Bartylmewe 40, Cuthbert 30, Gabryel 40, Blyth 30, Trinite 30, Thomas 30, Trinite 40; Whitby, The Elisabeth 40, Mary James 30, Mychall 40, Mary Jermayn 50; Newcastel, The Elizabeth 160, Trinite 130, Antony 100, James of Newcastel 100, James 100, John 100, Mary Grace 90, John Evangelist 100, Jhesus 100, George 100, Martyne 66, Mary Anne 75, James 10, Robert 80, Cutbert 70, James 80, Mary Kateryn 70, George 60, Mary Grace 70, Martyn 65, Mychael 70, Jesus 60, Christofer 56, Mary Anne 70, Mary Gallon 50, Christofer 50, Bonaventure 60, John 80, George 60, Kateryn 60, John 60, Trinite 40, Mary Fortune 40, Anne 40, James 40, Peter 30, Nicolas 40, Pynke 30; Southsheles with Tynnemouth, The John 32 (sic); Barwyke, The Mary Kateryn 50.
In Gardiner's hand, pp. 4.
141.Grants in February, 1544.
1. Ant. Hamond. Custody of the moiety of a chief messuage in Owthorne called Westhorn alias Fothetgarth, a close in Westhorn called Fouthclose and two bovates of land in Owthorne, Yorks., and lands in Barton, Linc., which belonged to John Fothat, dec., and are in the King's hands by the minority of Grace and Elinore Fothat, daughters and co-heirs of the said John; with wardship and marriage of the said Elinore. Westm., 26 Jan. 35 Henry VIII. Del. Westm., 1 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 4, m. 9.
2. Wm. Tooke. Annuity of 20l. out of the manors of Battell Herons, Higham and Wikham, and lands in Bradwell, Tollesbunt Major, Goldhanger, Althorne and Danberye, Essex, which belonged to Ant. Higham, dec, and are in the King's hands by the minority of Robt. Higham, s. and h. of the said Anthony; with wardship and marriage of the said heir. Westm., 27 Jan. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 Feb.— P.S. Pat. p. 4, m. 9.
3. Nic. Morrey, clk., King's chaplain. Presentation to the parish church of Rolston, Staff., Co. et Lich. dioc., void by death. Westm., 27 Jan. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 30.
4. Emericus Tuckfelde, clk., King's chaplain. Presentation to the parish church of Trente, Bath and Wells dioc., vice Hen. Stevyns alias Tracye, clk, dec. Westm., 28 Jan. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 2 Feb.—P.S.
5. John Synger, King's chaplain. Grant of the pension which the bp. of Coventry and Lichfield "is bound to give, by reason of his novel creation," to a clerk of tee King's nomination. Hampton Court. 8 Jan. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 3 Feb.—P.S. In English. Pat. p. 18, m. 36.
6. Peter Cupper, the King's servant. Passport to go beyond sea on the King's service. Westm., 31 Jan. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 3 Feb.—P.S. (Signed by the King.) In English.
7. Rob. Bonham and Dorothy his wife, d. and h. of Geo. Bassett, dec Livery of lands of the said George. Westm., 5 Feb. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 13, m. 14. Cancelled because returned into Chancery 20 Oct. 37 Hen. VIII. to be made out in another form.
8. Sir Robt. Dormer, the King's servant, and Jane his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Robert, for 346l. 15s. 10d., of the manor and the rectory, and the advowson of the vicarage, of Wynge, Bucks,—St. Albans. Westm., 1 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 6 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 18.
9. Ric. Gowge, yeoman. To be weigher of wools within the port of Boston, during pleasure, vice Jas. Morrys. Oking, 11 Dec. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 6 Feb.—P.S.
10. Edw. Trevar, a page of the Chamber. To be keeper of Black Park within the lordship of Chirke, marches of Wales, and have the herbage, pannage and agistment of it, with the usual fees; in reversion after Urian Brereton, a groom of the Privy Chamber, who, by patent of 31 Hen. VIII., succeeded Matth. Hanmer in the said office. Woodstock, 8 Oct. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 7 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 23.
11. Dd. ap. Thomas ap Ll'en, Thos. ap Dd. ap. Griff, Mered. ap Thomas, and John Hollande. Lease of six tenements, 40 ac. of pasture, 80 ac. of arable land, 10 ac. of moor. 3 ac. of underwood and 1 ac. of meadow, parcel of escheated lands in the town of Keygydock. in the commote of Esculas within the lordship of Denbigh, co. Denb.; for 21 years; at 30s. rent and 40s. 8d. new approved. Del. Westm., 8 Feb. 35 Hen VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle.) Pat. p. 3, m. 1.
12. Wm. Wyllyngton and Wm. Sheldon. Grant, in fee to the said Sheldon, for 875l. 16s. 6d., of Pacwode manor, Warw., and five messuages, &c. (described and tenants named), in Packwode, one of them called Petters in tenure of Chr. Shakespere and Wm. and John his sons, — Coventry priory; the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Tyshoe, Warw.,—Stone priory. Staff. Also the advowson of Packwode rectory, — Coventry, and all lands leased with Tyshoe rectory to Wm. Wyllyngton. Also a wood of 3 ac. called Pacwode Comen, — Coventry. Westm., 9 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m, 25.
13. John Banyster, the King's servant. Grant, in fee (for two closes in tenure of Ric. Hudson in the parish of St. Pancras, Midd., and for 180l. 10s. 8d.), of the reversion of Benyngburghe grange, Yorks., held for life by Thos. Magnus, late master of St. Leonard's hospital in York, by pat. 28 July 32 Hen. VIII. Also grant of the said grange in Newton parish, Yorks., with certain lands and woods (names and extents given) in Benyngburghe, Newton and Galtresse forest, Yorks.,—St. Leonard's. Hampton Court, 11 Jan. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 14.
14. Robt. Apphughe. Annuity of 5l. ont of a chief messuage in Penryn and lands in Penryn, Iroos, Glotheyayth and Rossewenny, co. Caern., which belonged to Reginald ap Jevan and are in the King's hands by minority of Hugh ap Raynold, son and heir of the said Reginald; with wardship and marriage of the said, heir. Westm., 1 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 36.
15. Sir Edm. Tame. Fiat for the farm of the subsidy and ulnage of cloths for sale in co. Glouc. and the towns of Gloucester and Bristol, with the moiety of forfeitures of the same; for 21 years; at 65l. 0s. 8d. rent. Westm., 8 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII—S.B. (Signed by Norfolk; with certificate of security given in the Exchequer, signed by Chr. More.)
16. Ric. Gifford. Grant, for 100 mks. of the remainder of a lease made by Wm. Cryssechurche, prior, and the convent of Mottesfont, 12 June 25 Hen. VIII., to Hen. Huttoft, late one of the collectors of customs, &c., Southampton, of Svinbourne Regisrectory, Hants, for 40 years at 20 mks. rent; which lease, upon pretext of a commission out of the Exchequer.28 June 34 Hen. VIII., to Thos. Shyrley, John Mylle and John White (because Huttoft and John Bettes, the other collector, were dead) to account for the customs, &c., from Mich. 33 Hen. VIII., was seized into the King's hands. Del. Westm., 8 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by the Duke of Norfolk.)
17. John Angeor, of Lollewourthe, Camb. Fiat for his custody of lands in Comberton, Camb., viz., of 3 ac. which John Hende alienated to Ric. Cardington without licence, a messuage and 2 ac. which the vicar of Comberton appropriated to his church from John Hende without licence, and a croft of 3 ac. in the toft called Hendesse and 12 ac. of land which escheated to the Crown on the death of Joan wife of Gilb. Lanchamber; and 2 ac. of land in Barton, Camb., which belonged to John Denteford and were appropriated to the house of St. Michael, Cambridge, without licence, and so taken into the hands of King Henry VI. By Wm. Hasilden, sheriff of Cambridgeshire, upon a writ which remains in the bundle of writs for Mich. term 23 Hen. VI. For 21 years; at 9s. 11d. rent and 4d. increase. Westm., 9 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Norfolk.) Pat. p. 18, m. 36.
18. Wm. Snell, of Blakalwood, Cumb. Pardon for the death of Ric. Brisco, of Blakalhouses, yeoman, whom he killed, on 31 Aug. last, with a "le yerneforke shafte" in defending himself at a place called Bogethiliait. Westm., 10 Feb. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 3, m. 1.
19. Nic. Sympson, of the Privy Chamber, and Thos. Dutton. Grant of the office of escheator of co. Flynte and collector of rents of Englefeld, Flintsh.; in survivorship, as fully as Ranulph Brereton, of Chester, held these offices; on surrender of pat. 5 July 28 Hen. VIII. granting the same to the said Nic. Sympson alone. Westm., 3 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. (no place named) 10 Feb. "anno subscripts"—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 24.
20. Jas. Cotton, late of Royston, Camb., poulter. Pardon for the death of Nic. Harvy, gentleman, who died at the Angel inn in Bysshoppesgate Strete, London, on 5 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII., from the effect of a dagger wound received at Royston, on 27 Sept., from the said Cotton under circumstances described. Westm., 11 Feb. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 18, m. 12.
21. John Barlo, clk., King's chaplain. Grant of the canonry and first prebend in Bristol cathedral vice John Gough, clk., dec.; with the mansion and buildings attached. Westm., 10 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 14.
22. Charles Brandon. To be steward of the lordship and constable of the castle. of Shiref Hoton, Yorks., vice Sir Thos. Curwen, dec.; with herbage and pannage of the park of Shiref Hoton. Also bailiff of the manor and keeper of the park and its paling there, with profits as enjoyed by Wm. Reskymer, Laur. Ecclisfelde or Thos. Curwen. The preamble cites grants to Curwen of the stewardship, &c., 12 Oct. 23 Hen. VIII., vice Sir Robt. Constable; and of the bailiwick, &c., 4 May 30 Hen. VIII., vice Wm. Reskymer, groom of the Chamber. Westm., 21 Jan. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 Feb.
23. Thos. Asteley and Mary his wife. Livery of lands of the said Mary, one of the three daughters and co-heirs of lady Anne late wife of Sir Gilbert Talbot, dec., who survived the said Anne and kept her lands as tenant by the law of England; viz., of a third part of the manor of Cokfelde alias Cokfelde Hall and of lands in Est Tuddyngham, North Tuddyngham and Glamford, and a third part of the manor of Vawces and lands of Estruston, and a third part of the manor of Hornynghall and Cleres and lands in Castur, and a third part of the manors of Bewchamps and Thuxston and lands in Carleton, Bunwell, Besthorpe, and Wyndam, and a third part of the moiety of the manor of Peverell and lands in Magna Melton, and a third part of the moiety of the advowson of the church of Magna Melton. Del. Westm., 12 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Wm. lord St. John, John Sewester and Phylyp Parys.) Pat. p. 4, m. 9.
24. Wm. Bayley. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Thos. Bayley. Del. Westm., 12 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Wm. lord St. John. J. Hynde and John Sewster.) Pat. p. 4, m. 10.
25. Andrew Nowell. Grant, in fee, for 1,287l. 4s. 10d., of the manor, chief messuage and site of the late preceptory of Dalby super le Wolde.—St. John's of Jerusalem; with the site and certain closes named, and the rectory of Dalby in tenure of Edw. Warner, and certain messuages, &c. (described and tenants named), in Dalby super le Wolde, Leic., and all possessions of the said preceptory and rectory; except leaden roofs of the preceptory. Also Purybarre manor, Staff., parcel of Warwikeslandes, and lands in Purybarre formerly of Thos. Wyat, who died without heirs. Westm., 6 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 4, m. 13.
26. Sir Ralph Sadler, master of the Great Wardrobe. To be high treasurer of the wars against Scotland, and to pay (1) to the bp. of Winchester, lord St. John and Sir Robt. Bowes, who are appointed to the provision of victuals for the army, the money they require, and all other money appointed by warrant of the King or his lieutenants; and (2) to the earl of Hertford, appointed lieutenant in the North parts, the money he requires for ordnance, munition, carriage and necessaries; (3) to pay bills subscribed by the earl of Hertford and Viscount Lysle, high admiral, for costs of ships and men on the sea; and (4) to pay John Uvedall, under treasurer for the said wars, for the army already in garrison on the Borders or that hereafter shall be there, &c. Taking allowance of 26s. 8d. a day for his diets, 8d. a day each for 30 men under him, 2s. a day each for four clerks and 12d. a day for a messenger, from 17 Feb. next. Westm., 12 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 Feb.—P.S. In English. Pat. p. 9, m. 27.
27. Peter Maynwaring, clk., King's chaplain. Grant of the canonry and prebend in Chester cathedral void by the death of Thos. Newton. Westm., 11 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 24.
28. Kath. Stoner, widow, and Thos. Huson. Custody of the King's garden within his manor of Woodstoke, with the usual fees out of the issues of the manors of Woodstoke, Hamburgh, Wotton and Stonefelde, Oxon. On surrender of pat. 22 Aug. 22 Hen. VIII. granting the office to Ric. Hampden. Westm., 3 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 11.
29. George bp. of Chichester, provost of the Royal College of St. Mary and St. Nicholas, Cambridge, and the scholars of the same. Licence to alienate the priory or manor of Allerton Mawleverer, Yorks., to Thos. Mawleverer; and licence to the said Thomas to receive it. Westm., 10 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 12.
30. John Wylde. Grant, in fee, for 207l. 12s., of the reversion of a tenement called le Crowne and three other tenements adjoining it in the parish of St. Dionysius in Fanchurche Street, London, which belonged to St. Augustine's mon., Canterbury, and were, by pat. 26 Feb. 30 Hen. VIII., granted to Ralph Bolney, the King's servant, for life. Also grant of the said tenements and 60 ac. of the lands of Fordwyche lordship, Kent, late in tenure of Steph. Mayre and George Webbe and now of Ciriac Petytt, lying within a marsh in the parish of Westbere, Kent, between lands of St. Augustine's leased to Thos. Woodroof on the east and the lands of Ant. Maycott on the west, and lands of the late mon. of Christchurch, Canterbury, of Jas. Blakisland, of Wye College, and of John Hewett on the north, and the wall of the river there called le Convent Wall on the south, — St. Augustine's. Also the fresh and salt marsh called Frierne alias Oldemershe and a tenement built therein, in Elmeley parish, Kent, late in tenure of Sir Wm. Cromer, dec.,—Halywell Priory, Midd. Westm., 5 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 12.
31. Wm. Clerc, serjeant at arms. To be keeper of the castle and bailiff of the lordship of More Ende, and keeper of woods called Plumpton Park and Ferrys Woodes there, Ntht.; with the herbage of the park adjoining the said castle. Westm., 12 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 Feb.—P.S. In English. Pat. p. 18, m. 12.
32. John Lampleughe, jun. Custody of a sixth part of the manor of Lowek, a fourth part of the manor of Caldmerton and a third part of the manor of Ingham, Nthld., and of all lands in Cardewe Shadingayt, Cardawe Stanes, Biglandes, Ulton and Gamelsby, Cumb., which belonged to John Denton, dec., and are in the King's hands by minority of Hen. Denton, s. and h. of the said John; with wardship and marriage of the said heir. Westm., 7 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 13.
33. Thos. Carlisle and Thos. Haggerston, gentlemen, for their services under Sir Wm. Eure, deputy warden of the East Marches for-anempst Scotland. Grant, in survivorship, of an annuity of 20l. lately appointed to Sir Roger Grey, now deceased to be paid from 6 Jan. 34 Hen. VIII., the day of the death of the said Sir Roger. Addressed to Sir Wm. Malyorye, treasurer of Berwick and paymaster of the pensioners in the North. Westm., 11 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 16.
34. Humph. Owen. Lease of 4 ac. of pasture in Shepehouse manor, within the lordship of Denbigh, co. Denb., formerly in tenure of Peter Lloid, and now of the said Humph., 5 ac. of pasture, 2½ ac. of arable land, and 10 ac. of land in the park of Lewenny, in the commote of Issalet in Denbigh lordship, in tenure of the said Humph.; for 21 years; at 21s. 2d. rent, and 15s. of new approved. Del. Westm., 13 Feb. 35 Hen VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Daunce. Southwell and Moyle.) Pat. p. 3, m. 2.
35. Cumb. Commission to John Thwaites, Robt. Lampleugh, John Senior and Wm. Porter to make inq. p. m. on the lands and heir of Wm. Kirkeby. 13 Feb. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 12d.
36. Peter Vannes, the King's Latin secretary. Presentation to a canonry and prebend in Salisbury cathedral and the rectory of Shipton under Wichewood, annexed to it, void by the death of John London, clk. Westm., 11 Feb. 35 Henry VIII. Del. Westm., 14 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 29.
37. Devon. Commission to Sir Ph. Champernon, Ric. Troblefild, and John Ridgewaye to enquire whether John Shortacomb be an idiot. Westm., 14 Feb. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 12d.
38. Ralph Rowcliffe. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Guy Rowcliffe, dec. Del. Westm., 13 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Wm. lord St. John, J. Hynde and John Sewster.) Pat. p. 7, m. 34.
39. Sir Wm. Malyverey and lady Joan his wife. Livery of lands of the said Joan, as kinswoman and heir of Sir Jas. Strangways, junior, dec., being one of the daughters of Sir James Strangways, dec., grandfather of the said Sir Jas. Strangways, jun.; viz: of the lordship or manor of Ekynton, Derb., with the advowson of the church there. Del. Westm., 14 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Wm. lord St. John, J. Hynde and John Sewster) Pat. p. 13. m. 18.
40. Edw. Warner, the King's servant. Grant, in tail male, of the manors of Polstedhall and Erpingham, with advowsons belonging to them, and three acres of land in the field called Westhowe in Burneham, Norf., worth in all 43l. a year; in reversion after Jane lady Calthorpe, who holds them for life.
The preamble states that, by pat. 22 Feb. 21 Edw. IV., Polstedhall manor in Burneham, Norf., and the land in Westhowe, were granted to Thos. Fenis and Anne his wife, in survivorship, and that, 10 Nov. 3 Hen. VIII., the said Anne being dead, the King granted them (in reversion) and also the manor of Erpingham to Jane lady Calthorppe and the heirs male of the body of her and Sir Philip Calthorppe; and so after the death of Thos. Fenis the said Philip and Jane entered into possession of the premises, and the said Philip afterwards died without leaving issue by the said Jane. Hampton Court, 8 Jan. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 14 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 12.
41. Peter Vannes, the King's Latin secretary. Grant of the canonry and prebend, with mansion, in the King's college in the University of Oxford void by the resignation of Walter Bukkeler. Westm., 11 Feb. 35 Henry VIII. Del. Westm., 14 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 3.
42. Joan Holdernes, widow, and Roger Holdernes, her son. Lease of the mill of Taplowe, Bucks, and the barge there, and the islands pertaining to the said mill, viz., Teyntereyt, Assheyte, Gladmanneseyte and Nomans Eyte, lately assigned by Parliament to the honor and castle of Windsor; for 21 years; at 8l.10s rent and 50s. increase. Westm., 11 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 14 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 13.
43. Edw. Blakford. Lease of a water mill called Halford Mill within the lordship of Snytterfelde, Warw., with "le yarde" and a close called Litle Close at Myllefurdend, and the several fishery of the water of Store from the mill to Halforde bridge, and from that bridge, with half water, to the upper end of Aylesyare, parcel of "Warwickes landes"; for 21 years; at 40s. 4d. rent and 8d. increase. Del. Westm., 15 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle.) Pat. p. 10, m. 22.
44. Hen. Dygby and Ric. Catlyn. Pardon for having acquired, without licence, the manor of Melton Roos, Linc., from Thos. earl of Rutland and Eleanor his wife. Westm., 15 Feb. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 24.
45. Hen. Vuydall. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Sir Wm. Vuydall, dec. Del. Westm., 15 Feb. 35 Henry VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Wm. lord St. John, J. Hynde and John Sewster.) Pat. p. 13. m. 22.
46. Lady Blanche Herbart of Troye, widow. Annuity of 6l. 8s. l0¾d. out of Thornier ton manor and lands in Clopton, Burghton and Stowe, and Norlache, Glouc., which belonged to Nic. Ashefield, dec., and are in the- King's hands by minority of Robt. Ashefield, s. and h. of the said Nic.; with wardship and marriage of the said heir. Westm., 2 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 16 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 24.
47. Thos. Barrowe and Mary Bures his wife. Livery of lands of the said Mary, one of the four daughters and heirs of Hen. Buers, dec, s. and h. of Robt. Buers, dec.; including title to lands which Anne Buers, widow of the said Hen., and Robt. Bucke and Joan his wife hold for life. Del. Westm., 16 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Wm. lord St. John, J. Hynde and John Sewster.) Pat. P. 13, m. 23.
48. John Knottysforde, serjeant at arms, and Joan his wife (in right of the said Joan), Susan Knighteleye and Anne Knighteleye, kinswomen and co-heirs of Sir Edm. Knightley, dec. Livery of lands of the said Sir Edmund. Del. Westm., 18 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Wm. lord St. John, J. Hynde and John Sewster.) Pat. p. 4, m. 11.
49. Wm. Rice. Lease of a tenement or chief messuage called Sondyhaven and house called "a werehouse," with lands attached, in Istmelles, co. Pemb., in tenure of Otewellinus Broune, parcel of possessions of lady Katharine countess Brigge-water, attainted; for 21 years; at 100s. rent, and 10s. increase. Del. Westm., 18 Feb. "anno subscripto."—S.B. (Signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle.) Pat. p. 10, m. 23.
50. Edm. Wright. Grant, in fee, for 184l. 13s. 2d., of the site, &c., of the late priory of Grandemonte alias Gromonte, Yorks., and all possessions of the priory in Egton parish, viz., a water mill at Egton Brigges and lands (names and extents given, including pasture in the forest called Egton Woode and moor called Kempston Rigge and Burscoo), which were in the prior's own hands; except leaden roofs; also four tenements, a fulling mill and a cottage in Egton (tenants named); and six small woods (names and extents given) in Egton parish; all which premises belonged to the said priory. Westm., 15 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 18 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 12, m. 1.
51. Sir Cuth. Ratclyff, the King's servant. To be keeper, governor and captain of the castle of Berwick upon Tweed, Nthld., and have the appointment of 40 soldiers and 10 gunners in the said castle; with 100 mks. a year for himself, 10 marks a year each soldier, and 6d. a day for each gunner. Del. Westm., 18 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 17, m. 1.
52. Thos. Stanter, escheator of cos. Hants, and Wilts. See Vol. XVIII., Part ii. No. 449(76).
53. Wm. Brownesoppe, the King's servant. Fiat for his appointment as collector of custom and subsidy of tonnage and poundage in the port of London, in reversion after Nic. Waryng. Westm., 19 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Norfolk; with certificate of security given in the Exchequer signed by Chr. More.)
54. John Flete, of London, merchant, Licence to import out of the parts of Braband, within the next four months, 32 bales of Parrys threde, 10 packs of lokerams and Normandy canvas and 60 puncheons of prunes; the late proclamation against bringing in of French wares notwithstanding. Westm., 17 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 19 Feb.—P.S. French roll 36 Hen. VIII., m. 5. In English.
55. Chr. Hagat. Lease of the barn, stall, shop and barnhaye belonging to Estbrent rectory, Soms., with the tithes of the rectory, which belonged to Glastonbury mon.; for 21 years; at 18l. rent. Westm., 16 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 20 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 23.
56. Francis Poole, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 489l. 0s. 10d., of the site, &c., of the late abbey of Dale, Derb., and numerous closes and meadows (names and extents given) in Dale parish; a grange called Okebroke, and lands (named) in Elvaston parish, Derb.; a coal mine in the field of Stanley in Spendon parish, Derb.; certain fields, &c. (named and tenants named) in the parishes of Dale and Ilkeston, and a wood of 60 ac. called Hyghewood and other smaller woods in Dale parish,—Dale abbey. Also the site, &c., of the late priory of Wykeame, Yorks., and its lands (names and extents given) in Wykham parish, including a grange called Wykeame Grange leased to Edw. Dakyns, which were in occupation of the prioress; also certain lands, &c. (specified and tenants named), in Wikham and Hoton parishes,—Wykeame priory. Also lands in Marton next Hoton Busshell in the parishes of Wykham and Hoton Busshell, in tenure of Wm. Bovell,—St. Mary's, York; and a house and close in Dale parish, Derb., in tenure of John Pendylton,—Dale. Also rents and lands in Boston in the parish of Wykame, Yorks.,—St. John's of Jerusalem. Also Bondale Common Wood and other woods (named) in Wykeham parish,—Wykeham. Westm., 15 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 20 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 26, (dated Westm., 11 Feb.)
57. The parishioners of Romsey, Hants. Grant (at the supplication of Robt. Cooke, John Salt, John Ham and John Knight, wardens of the parish church of Romsey, and the inhabitants of the town and parishioners of the parish, and for 100l.) to the churchwardens and inhabitants of the town and parish to be a body corporate; and grant to them, as such, of the church of the late abbey of Romsey and a parcel of ground adjoining, in increase of the cemetery, and a processional way (described) round the church. Westm., 18 Feb. 35 Hen VIII. Del. Westm, 20 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 12, m. 6.
58. Chr. Metcalf. Lease of all mines called "lede mynes and cole mynes" within the lordships and manors of Richmond and Middelham, Yorks., parcel of the lands assigned for the pay of officers and soldiers of Berwick (except the lead mines and coal mines in the Newe Forest there and in Arclegarthdale, in tenure of Wm. Conyers, and pasturing of cattle, sheep and horses on all ground not needed for mining); for 21 years; at 4l. rent. On surrender by him of a 21 years' lease, 6 July 24 Hen. VIII., to Sir Jas. Metcalf at a rent of one ninth part of the produce of the mines. Del. Westm., 20 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle.) In English. Pat. p. 14, m. 32.
59. Andrew Nowell. Annuity of 10l. out of a fourth part of the manor of Swaldale, Yorks., which fourth part belonged to Ric. Flower, dec., and is in the King's hands by minority of John Flower, s. and h. of the said Ric.; with wardship and marriage of the said heir. Westm., 16 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 22 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 4, m. 15.
60. Thos. Gale. Grant, in fee, for 93l. 20d., of Kingeswer manor. Devon, which belonged to Torre mon. Westm., 16 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del Westm., 22 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 29.
61. Roland Bulkeley. Annuity of 3l. 7s. 4¾d. out of the manor of Issall and lands in Penmayn Kemcastell or elsewhere in cos. Caern., Denb. and Flint, which belonged to John ap Griffith ap Res, dec., and are in the King's hands by minority of Owen ap John ap Griff ap Res, s. and h. of the said John; with wardship and marriage of the said heir. Westm., 1 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 23 Feb. —P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 2.
62. Sir Ric. Williams alias Crumwell, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber. Annuity of 20l. out of the castle or manor of Kymbalton, Hunts, which belonged to Charles Wingfield, dec., and is in the King's hands by minority of Thos. Wingfield, s. and h. of the said Charles; with wardship and marriage of the said heir. Westm., 16 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 23 Feb.—P.S. Pat.36 Hen. VIII., p. 18, m. 41.
63. Hugh Woodwarde, clk. Presentation to the parish church of Labourn, Rochester dioc, void by the attainder of——Larke, clk. Addressed to the abp. of Canterbury. Westm., 22 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 Feb.—P.S. Pat p. 14, m. 30.
64. Barnard Hasters, the King's servant. Licence to export 400 tuns of beer. Westm., 23 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 25 Feb.—P.S. In English. Pat. p. 10, m. 1.
65. The Queen consort Katharine. Grant for life, in recompense of jointure and dower, in accordance with the Act of 32 Hen. VIII., of the castle, lordship and manor of Hadleigh, alias Hadley, Essex, and a shelfa called "Hadleigh Roe et le dragginge de muskelles" in Aylesbury Hope alias Tylbury Hope, Essex, the lordship and manor of Monden alias Monden Hall, and the lordships and manors of Clavering, Asshen, Bradwell next the Sea, and Berdefeld, and the half hundred of Claveringe and the lordship and manor and the borough of Berdefeld, the parks of Berdefeld and Hadleigh, Essex; the honor of Clare, in cos. Suff., Essex, Camb., Norf. and Hunts, and the offices of feodary and bailiwick of that honor in cos. Suff., Essex, Norf., Camb. and Hunts; the borough and town of Clare; the lordships and manors of Clare, Erbury, Hunden, Sudbury and Wodhall and the borough of Sudbury, the parks of Honden, Suff., the manors and lordships of Magna Walsinghan and Parva Walsingham, Norf., the water mill in Little Walsingham, Norf., and the fee farms of the towns of Magna Walsingham, Parva Walsingham, Gremeston, Thurforde, Fulmeston, Whittinge, Flowringe, Magna Snowringe, and Barmey, Norf.; the manor and lordship of Byrcheham, Norf., the castle of Fodringhey and the lordships and manors of Fodringhey, Nassington and Yarwell, Ntht., the parks of Fodringhey, Ntht.; the lordships and manors of Bromesgrove, Norton alias Kyngesnorton, Odyngley, Clyfton, and Fekenham, and forest and park of Fekenham, Worc.; the lordships and manors of Muche Marcle, Mawarden, and Kingeslane, Heref.; the borough and the manor and lordships of Lechelade and the manors and lordships of Bardysleighe, Brymisfelde, Bysleighe, Myserder, Wynston, Chorleton and Doughton, Glouc.; six messuages beside Tedbury, Glouc, and the parks of Brymesfelde, Bardysleighe, Myserder and the bailiwick of Bysleighe hundred, Glouc.; the castle and borough and town of Marlebrige alias Marleboroughe, Wilts, and the lordships and manors of Marlebrige alias Marleboroughe, and the manor of Barton juxta Marleboroughe, and farm of Barton, Wilts, the castle and borough of Vyse and lordship and manor of Vise alias le Vise,. Wilts, and the farm of Manton, Wilts; the lordships and manors of Rowde, Merston Mesey, Crekelade, and the lordship and manor of Olde Wotton alias Wotton Bassett, and the lordships and manors of Tokenham, Wynterburne Basset, Compton Basset, Somerforde Ceynes, and Cossham, and the boroughs of Olde Wotton and Heyworthe, and hundreds of Heyworthe, Crekelade stable and Silkeley, Wilts, and the forests and chaces of Savernake, Melkesham, Pewesham, Blakemore, Chepneham and Bradon, and parks of Vastarne, Cosham, Devyes and Chilton Folyatt, Wilts, the lordships and manors of Chilton Folyatt and Myldenhall, Wilts, the inn called le Bere in Chernamstrete beside Hungerford, Wilts and Berks; the barony, the lordship and manor, and the town of Gillingham, and the manors and lordships of Pynperne, Gussuchebown, Tarraunt Gunvild, Knoll, Steple and Kreche, Dors., the manor of Wyke, and the manor and island of Portelande; the lordships and manors of Helwell and Marshewood alias Marshewood Vale, and the lordships and manors of Wareham, Cranebourne, Cranborn Holwell, Cranebourne Aderholt, Wykesworthe, and the boroughs of Warenham and Cranbourn and hundreds of Pynpourne and Cranbourne, and forests and chaces of Gillingham and Cranbourne, and parks of Gillingham, Marshewoode, Crykelade and Blakden, Dors., and the office of feodary of Cranborn and Marshewood, Dors.; the lordships and manors of Swallowfelde, Shewfelde, Wokefelde and Stradefelde Mortymer, the parks of Stradefeld Mortymer and Swallowfeld, Berks., and the mansion and castle called Baynerdescastell in the city of London; the lordships and manors of Dertyngton, Sampforde Curteney, Kenn, Stokenham, and Yelhampton and borough of Nasshemahoo and Kenn, and parks and chaces of Dertington and Stokenham and the warren of Kenn, Devon, the hundred of Colridge, Devon; the lordships and manors of Brymmer Curteney, Olde Lymmyngton and Newe Lymmyngton, Hants, the lordship and manor of Yarlington and the forest of Roche, Soms.; and the lordship and manor of Rowington, Warw. and Leic. All which premises were assigned to Katharine late Queen of England for life. (fn. 3)
Also grant of the lordships and manors of Sodberye and Barton Regis besides Bristol and the borough of Sodberye and hundred of Barton, and parks of Barton and Sudberye, and the lordship and manor of Shrawley, Worc, which belonged to the late earl of Warwick; also the lordship and manor of Thorpe ac Achurche, Ntht., parcel of possessions of Henry late Duke of Richmond; the lordships and manors of Deverellangbrige Estmonketon and Domerham and the rectories of Deverellangbrige, Estmonketon, Domerham and Merton, Wilts, and the lordships and manors of Marnehull, Sturmester Newton and Bucklande and rectory of Sturmyster Newton, Dors., which belonged to Glastonbury mon.; the lordships and manors of Chipneham, Shildon, and Lowlisdon and the manor of Upton Skydmors and hundred of Chipeneham and fairs of Chipneham, Wilts., which belonged to Walter lord Hungerford, attained; the castle of Uske and lordships and manors of Uske, Kerlyon, Trylleighe, Tyntarne, Troie, Llangome, Llantrussam, Nova Grange, Edlogan, Llebenethe, Lleswerye, Woundy and Tregruke, co. Monm., the boroughs of Trylleke, Uske and Karleion and the bedelary (bedell) of Uske. Trelleicke and Caerlion, which belonged to the late earl of March; the lordship and manor of Weston juxta Baldok, Heref. (sic), which belonged to —— (blank); the advowson of the college of Stoke beside Clare, Suff., the advowson of the college of Fodringhey, Ntht., and of the hospital of St. Katharine next the Tower of London and of the rectories of Monden, Essex, and Wynterburne Stepleton, Dors. Westm., 22 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 25 Feb.—P.S. (Slightly injured.) Pat. p. 17, m. 9.
66. Laur. Wharton. To have the keeping of the King's manor within the town of Kyngeston upon Hull, with the gardens; with 6d. a day out of the revenues of Beverley manor. Westm., 17 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 Feb.—P.S. In English. Pat. p. 10, m. 2.
67. Mich. Stanhop, the King's servant. To be keeper of le South Parke of Brystwyke in Holdernes, Yorks., and "le pynder" of Brystwyke manor, in the King's hands by the attainder of Sir John Nevell; with 2d. a day as keeper and 1d. a day as pynder, and the herbage and pannage of the said park. Oking, 10 Dec. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 6.
68. Mich. Stanhope, the King's servant. To be steward of the lordships or manors of Holdernes and Cottyngham, and the town of Ryse, Yorks., in the King's hands by attainder of Sir Robt. Constable, bailiff and coroner of the liberty of the said lordship of Holdernes, and master of the hunt of deer in the two parks, north and south, of Burstwycke in Holdernes with pasture for 4 geldings and 2 mares in the said North Park; with stated fees in each office. Westm., 14 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 10.
69. Edw. Vaughan, the King's servant, and John Darnall, one of the clerks of the Exchequer. To be ingrossers of the great roll of the Exchequer or clerks of the pipe of the Exchequer, in reversion after John Hyde, who now holds the office by pat. 27 Nov. 11 Hen. VIII., granting it to him and Wm. Purde, now deceased. Westm., 24 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 1.
70. Wm. Pynnocke and Ric. Webbe. Lease of Draycote manor, Wilts., in tenure of Thos. Webbe, parcel of the lands called Coopercioners landes; and two water mills under one roof called Burley mills within the lordship of Hanley. Worc., as Sir John Savage held them, parcel of lands called Warwickes landes; for 21 years; at 7l. 6s. 8d. rent for the manor, and 10s. rent for the mills. Westm., 21 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 11.
71. Sir John Gresham and Sir John Williams. Grant, for 647l. 4s. 2d., of the following, viz..—
To Gresham, in fee.—The manor of Henden alias Hethenden, Kent, the park of Henden and 300 ac. of land called Henden Parke in the parishes of Sundrysse, Chedyngston and Brasted alias Barsted, Kent, and lands called Farbye Lands in Brasted parish, all which were late parcel of possessions of Wm. Stafforde and Mary his wife, daughter and heir of Thos. late earl of Wiltshire, and all lands of the said Wm. and Mary, and of the said manor in these places; which premises were lately purchased by the King.
To Gresham and Williams, in fee to the said Williams.—Lands called Ruckemore in Beneham Ufton (or Uston?) parish, Berks, lands called Tylemylles in Sulhampsted Abbotte parish, Berks., a wood called Crondall alias Crondall Grove in Beneham Ufton parish,—Redyng mon. Westm., 19 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 27 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 9.
72. John Rogers, the King's servant. To be clerk of the Ordnance in England, with 8d. a day from Mich, last, vice Wm. Huxley, dec. Westm., 11 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 2.
73. Sir John Arundel of Llanhern, Cornw. Lease of lands within the circuit of Lanteglose and Heylesbury parks, Cornw., lately disparked; for 21 years; at 6l. 3s. 4d. and 4l. 10s. respectively. Westm., 12 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 11.
74. Thos. Temmes, of Shorwell in the Isle of Wight, and Eliz. his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Thos., for 317l. 2s. 8d., of Shorwell manor, now in tenure of the said Thos., and woods called Larden Copp (5 ac.) and Slocam Copp (7 ac.) in Shorwell parish,—Lacocke mon. Westm., 20 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 13.
75. Sir Wm. Parre lord Parre of Horton. Grant, in tail male, of the reversion and rents reserved on Crown leases (1) to John Cheney, 20 July 30 Hen. VIII., of the house, &c., of Harwolde priory, Beds, with certain closes (named), for 21 years, at 10l. 10s 2d. rent, and (2) to the same John Cheney of Pytcheleythorne, Bucks, 28 April 29 Hen. VIII., of the rectory of Harrolde, Beds, which belonged to Harrolde priory, for 21 years, at 10l. rent. Also grant of the house, &c., of the said late priory and closes and rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Harrolde, and the lands of six tenants (named) in Harwolde,—Harwolde; the lordships and manors of Ketteryng, Pycheley, Cottyngham and Desbrughe alias Desborough, Ntht., and the advowsons of the rectories of Ketteryng and Cottyngham,—Peterborough; the lordship and manor of Addyngton Magna, Ntht., with advowson of the rectory,—Crowlande; the lordship and manor of Twywell, Ntht.—Thorney, Camb.; the lordship and manor of Woldehurst, Hunts,—Ramsey; the site and chief messuage of Ketteryng manor and farm of Ketteryng, lands called Hallefelde Sell in Ketteryng, a warren of coneys in Kettering, a water mill and a windmill (tenants named) in Kettering, rent of 2s. 4d. from the ward of Rockyngham castle super feodum Dengyen' in Pycheley alias Pyghtesley, Ntht., rent of 6l. 13s. 4d. called le fee farm of the manor of Pycheley, and a windmill and a water mill and a horse-mill in tenure of Robt. Chapman in Cottyngham,—Peterborough; also two water mills called Wyllywott Mylles, with lands called Rygges, lez Holens and lez Ozyardes, in tenure of Thos. Elyott in Wodforde, Ntht., and a pension of 10s. out of Addyngton Magna rectory,—Crowlande; lands in Twywell (tenants named) a pension of 20s. out of Twywell rectory, and a pension of 6s. 8d. in Addyngton, Ntht,—Thorney; lands (tenants named) in Woldehurste, Hunts,—Ramsey; and all appurtenances of the premises in the above places and in Islippe, Rawnes, Luffewyke, and Thrapston, Ntht. Westm., 23 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del Westm., 28 Feb.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 15.
76. Katharine the Queen consort. Grant for life of goods and chattels of tenants being felons or fugitives in the lands granted to her by letters patent under the Great Seal 25 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII., under the seal of the Duchy of Lancaster 23 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. and under the seal of the Court of Augmentations 24 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII.; with various other liberties. Westm., 27 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Feb.—P.S. (slightly injured) Pat. p. 17, m. 6.
77. Licences to alienate lands (fn. 4) :—
Wm. Sheldon and Fras. Sheldon to Thos. Smythe. Lands in Armescote, Worc, in tenure of Thos. Syche and others named, parcel of Talton manor,—Evesham. (1st.) P. 12, m. 23.
Wm. Sheldon to Hen. Syche. Lands in Newbold, Wore, parcel of Talton manor,—Evesham. (1st.) P. 12. m. 23.
Jas. Leveson, merchant of the Staple, to Thos. Rugeway. Lands (tenants named) in Claverley, Salop, including the grange of Bewebrigge, and lands in Bowbrigge and Broughton,—Haughemonde. (4th.) P. 13, m. 12.
The mayor and burgesses of Gloucester to Arthur Porter. Pasture called Hackettysfild (18 ac.) in Hempstid parish, co. city of Gloucester,—Lanthonie; and a grove called Snede Grove (4 ac.) in Hartebury, co. city of Gloucester, parcel of Upleden manor, co. city of Gloucester —St. Peter's mon. (4th.) P. 13, m. 17.
John Jennyns, of Halfenacre, Suss., to Thos. Payne, of Gloucester, merchant. Grey Friars in Gloucester and certain closes and gardens (described and tenants named) which belonged to it. (4th.) P. 13, m. 17.
Sir Thos. lord Wriothesley to Hugh Losse and Agnes his wife. Messuage called "the abbot of Seynt Maries of Yorkes place" in St. Peter's parish near Powles Wharff, London (position described). (6th.) P. 4, m. 15.
Sir Wm. lord Stourton to John Swetyng, sen., of Stokegomer, and John Swetyng, jun., in fee to the latter. Vexford manor in Stokegomer parish, Soms.,—Barlyche. And all possessions of Barlyche in Vexford. (6th.) P. 4, m. 16.
Ric. Andrewes, of Hayles, Glouc, to Walter Talbot and Eliz. his wife. Lands in Elmebrige parish, Wore, called Cassyes Farm in tenure of John Burneford, which belonged to the late earl of Warwick. (6th.) P. 12, m. 28.
Geo. Butler, of Sharnebrok, Beds., to Wm. Dudley. Pasture called Chycsand Close, parcel of Chycsand Wolld, in Mowlesworthe parish, Hunts, lately leased to Thos. Holbeche and now in tenure of Wm. Dudley. (8th.) P. 12, m. 29
Sir Wm. lord Stourton to John Hodgys. Manors of Shypton Moygne and Shipton Dowffeld and the advowson of the church of Shipton Moygne. (9th.) P. 12, m. 31.
College of St. Mary and St. Nicholas, Cambridge to Thos. Mawleverer. (10th.) See above (Grant 29).
Fulk Buttre to Hugh Taylour, Lands (tenants named) in Middelton, Warkewurthe and Overthrope, Ntht.,—Shene priory, Surr.; which lands came to the said Fulk and Hugh by grant of Sir John Williams and Ant. Strynger. (16th.) P. 12, m. 16.
Hugh Taylour of Midelton Cheduyt. Ntht., to Fulk Buttre. Lands in tenure of 11 persons (named) in Midelton, Warkewurthe and Overthrope, Ntht., including a tenement called the Churohe House, and a rent of 5s. called "the Frankelowe rent,"—Shene priory, Surr.; Which lands came to the said Hugh and Fulk by grant of Sir John Williams and Ant. Strynger. (16th.) P. 12, m. 16.
Wm. Burnell, of London, to John Goldynge. Bublowe manor, Essex, with appurtenances in Elyns Bumpsted, Steple Bumpsted, and Hempstedde, Essex,—St. John's of Jerusalem. (16th.) P. 12, m. 24.
Thos. Brakyn, of the town of Cambridge, to Nic. Roose, of London, haberdasher. Ketelles Medowe and lands abutting on Chesterton marsh, parcel of Chesterton manor, Camb., and other lands there (named, and tenants named),—Barnewell. (19th.) P. 12, m. 25.
Sir Ralph Sadleyr, the King's councillor, to Kath. Addyngton, of London, widow, and Thos. Addyngton, s. and h. of Thos. Addyngton, dec. Lands in tenure of John Pyke in Barkynge and Parva Ilforde, Essex. (20th.) P. 12, m. 13.
Mary Danett, widow, to George Medeley. Her purparty in the. manor of of Stockyngfford, with appurtenances in Stockyngfford, Lutmansend and Boldesoverend, Warw. This to the use of Sir Edw. Wotton, nephew of the said Mary; under the condition that if the said Mary pay to the said Edw. 133l. 6s. 8d. before the feast of All Saints A.D. 1544, she may resume possession of the said purparty. (20th.) P. 12, m. 23.
Sir George Broke lord Cobham and Edw. Warner, the King's servant, to lady Anne Calthorp, widow. Priory of Friars Carmelites of Burneham, Norf., with lands (described and tenants named) in Burneham. (21st.) P. 4, m. 16.
Sir Edm. Tame to Maurice Denys and Hugh Westwood. Manor of Swyndon, Wilts. (22nd.) P. 3: m. 2.
Fras. Pole and Kath. his wife to Ric. Huchensen and Ellen his wife, and the heirs of the said Ric. Wykeham manor, with three messuages, &c., in Marton, Wykeham, Roston and Hutton, Yorks. (22nd.) P. 12, m. 24.
The same to John Porte, Dale manor, Derb., with 20 messuages, &c., in Dale, Spounden, Ilkeston, Elvaston and Sandiacre, Derb., and the advowson of the church of Dale. (22nd.) P. 12, m. 24.
Thos. Colepeper to Robt. Brome, of Canterbury. Priory of Augustinian Friars in Canterbury. (24th.) P. 4, m. 31.
Thos. Wyatt, son and heir of Sir Thos. Wyatt, late of Alyngton, Kent, dec., to Sir Nic. Poyntz, Ric. Pates and George Multon, to the use of Eliz. Dorrell. one of the daughters of Sir Edw. Dorrell, late of Litlecote, Wilts, dec., for her life, and after her decease to the use of Francis Dorrell alias Wyatt, her son, for term of his life. Lands called Belhyll alias Belhaigh, Berecrofte, &c. (named); in Tytenhull alias Tytenhill, Soms., and all his other lands in Tytenhull in tenure of Wm. Peter. (25th.) P. 18, m. 9.
The same to Fras. Dorrell alias Wyatt, son of Eliz. Dorrell, one of the daughters of Sir Edw. Dorrell, late of Lytlecote, Wilts, dec., and the heirs male of his body; with remainder, in default of such heirs, to the said Eliz. for life, with remainder to the said Thos. Wyat in fee. Site, &c., of Tarraunt priory, Dors., with certain fields named (extent given) in Crafford Tarraunt and Keynyston, Dors., called lez demesnes of the said mon., and all other lands in tenure of Ric. Machym, assignee of Sir John lord Russell, keeper of the Privy Seal. (25th.) P. 18, m. 10.
Hugh Losse to Robt. Cosyn. Two chambers above the stable of "the Abbot of Seynt Maries of Yorkes place" in the parish of St. Peter near Powles Wharfe, London, and a moiety of the said stable adjoining the churchyard of St. Peter's church (dimensions given). (26th.) P. 4, m. 16.
Hugh Losse and Thos. Bocher to Robt. Cosyn. Messuage, &c., in the ward of Baynardes Castell, London, in tenure of Thos. Gyttons, — Charterhouse. (26th.) P. 4, m. 16.
Sir Robt Southwell and Marg. his wife, to Edw. Shurley of Iffelde. Iffelde rectory, Suss. (26th.) P. 4, m. 30.
Sir Edw. North to Thos. Wren. Heughton manor in the Isle of Ely, Camb., with 10 messuages, &c., in Heughton, Haddenham, Wylburton.Sutton, Wycham and Wyntworth. in the Isle of Ely. (26th.) P. 12, m. 23.
Wm. Sharyngton to John Bonham. Boxe rectory, Wilts, lands called Raylandes in Waddeswike. Wilts, a tithe barn in Ridlawe in Boxe parish, and tithes in Ridlawe (former and present tenants named) with the advowson of the vicarage of Boxe, —priory of Farlegh Monachorum. (28th.) P. 12, m. 20.
142.The Privy Council to Layton.
R. O.By a special article of the treaty, the King should have, for the main invasion against France, provision of things in the Low Countries at prices reasonable. As the Regent, and the Viceroy of Cicile, at his being here, said that, on receiving a "billet" of particulars, they would take order "for the furniture of everything as much as they might," the King sends the bearers —— (blank) and ——(blank) (fn. 5) with a billet of such things as he requires; which you are to present to the Regent and Council, and procure speedy answer when the things shall be ready. The bearers are sent to make privy enquiries "whether the said carriages and other things in the billet may be provided in those parts or no; to th'intent you may, upon their report, reply there to the Regent in case you shall be answered that they can not furnish of the same."
Draft corrected by Paget, pp. 3. Endd.. Mynute to Mr. Layton.
143.Parties in Scotland.
Add. MS.
32,655, f. 2.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii.,No. 251.
A paper of news beginning:—"Thes be the nowys that is in the Curt off Scotland," viz.:—
To Angus are bound Lenos, Huntle, Castels, Glencarn, Crawfforth, Rothas, Somerwel, Flemen, Haskyn, the sheriff of Hayr, lord Ceton and many others. Angus and Bodwel are meeting, to agree, and the Governor will either join them and leave the Cardinal's ways or they will depose him and sue him at Edinburgh for the goods and lands he has spent. The Governor took and hanged three "vagers" coming to Lenos, who thereupon sought Glasco and took three Hamiltons (and two others forsook the Governor) and was about to hang all three when the lords said "This one Hamylton is better than the three that the Governor hangit of yours." So he hanged him and saved the other two. Lenos has taken the abbey of Glasco and the abbey of Paslot which the Governor's brother had. The Governor has taken Bodwell castle. Penman and Angus's priest are gone to the King for the marriage of Lady Margaret to Lenos.
P. 1. Endd.: Advertisements out of Scotland.

Footnotes

1 It will be noticed that this bill forms the subject of the memorandum calendared in Vol. XVIII. Pt. ii., No. 543, which therefore is placed too early.
2 The name is written Standope in the address.
3 See Vol. XVI., No. 503 (25).
4 All are dated at Westminster. In this abstract the day of the month appears in parenthesis before the reference to the Part and membrane of the Patent Roll of 95 Hen. VIII.
5 Browne and Broke. See Layton"s letter of the 3 April.