Henry VIII
April 1544, 26-30

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'Henry VIII: April 1544, 26-30', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 19 Part 1: January-July 1544 (1903), pp. 261-287. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80307 Date accessed: 29 November 2014.


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April 1544, 26-30

26 April.402. Bishopric of Rochester.
See Grants in April, 36 Hen. VIII., No. 3.
26 April.403. Lingfield College.
R. O.
Rymer, XV.66.
Surrender (by Edw. Colepepur, LL.D., master or provost, and the chaplains and clerks) of the college and all its possessions in co. Surr. or elsewhere in England. Lingfield, 26 April 1544, 36 Hen. VIII. Signed by Culpeper and 5 others. [See Eighth Report of Dep. Keeper of Public Records, App. II. 28.]
Seal broken.
Enrolled [Cl. Roll p. 5, No. 23] as acknowledged 28 April before the King in Chancery at Westminster.
26 April.404. The Privy Council to Hertford.
Hatfield MS.
231, No. 101.
[Cal. of Cecil
MSS.,
Pt. i., 150.]
Haynes'
St. Papers,
32.
"This bearer, Wishert, which came from Brounston," has been with the King and declared, for his credence, the substance of what Hertford wrote. He is answered that, if the lords and gentlemen he named will enterprise the feat against the Cardinal and thereupon be compelled to flee into this realm, they shall be relieved as shall appertain; and, as to their second desire, for entertainment of men to burn the kirkmen's lands, that the time is too short to commune further of it, but, if they will lay hostages to Hertford to do as they offer he will deliver them 1,000l. for their furniture. Greenwich, 26 April, 1544. Signed by Suffolk, Winchester, Westminster, Cheyne, Gage, Wyngfeld, and Paget.
Pp. 2. Flyleaf with address lost. Headed in a later hand: To therle of Hertforde.
Add. MS.
32,654,
f. 153b.
B. M.
2. Draft of the above (noted in Hamilton Papers, II., No. 223), which forms part of the draft of the letter from the Council to Hertford of 24 April (see No. 389), but is there cancelled with the marginal note: "This is the minute of a l're sent to my 1. Gret Chamb. the 26 Aprilis touching Wishert."
26 April.405. The Privy Council to Hertford.
Hatfield MS.
231, No. 53.
[Cal. of Cecil
MSS.,
Pt. i., 151.]
Haynes'
St. Papers,31.
The King perceives, by his letters of the 22nd, the arrival at Carlisle of the earl of Glencarne and the bishop of Catnez, with the fault of the petit ministers concerning the victuals; and, by his of the 23rd, Glencarne's discourse with Wharton and Robert Maxwell, Hertford's determination with the Wardens to come home by land, and his lack of money. Albeit the King despatched 6,000l. three days past by Geffrey, of the Privy Seal, 4,000l. more is to be sent to-morrow. The King thanks him for his forwardness both to go by sea and return by land. As to instructions for Wharton and Bowes to proceed with Glencarn, the Council are commanded to consider the former instructions and advertise them further. It was once determined that, as the East and Middle Marches burnt Haddington, the West Marches should burn Jed worth. Now that 3,500 horsemen are appointed to go from Haddington to meet Hertford at Edinburgh, is Wharton to enter to Jedworth? Remind him of the necessity of having victuals on the Borders for the army at their coming home. If in his homeward way he sees that Tentallon or any other place may be kept and revictualled he shall man and furnish it, and the rather if it lie near the Borders so as to be victualled from Berwick. All victual that he does not need should be sent home by sea for the relief of the army and victualling of such places. Two or three small barks or boats must be kept ready to convey letters to and from him in Scotland. Greenwich, 26 April 1544. Signed by Suffolk, Russell, Winchester, Westminster, Cheyne, Gage, Paget, and Petre.
P.S. in Paget's hand.—The King sends him herewith the plat of Tyntallon.
Pp. 3. Add. Endd.: Fro the lordes, rec. at Sheles, within borde the Ros Lyon, the xxviijo of Aprell.
Add. MS.
32,654, f. 155.
B. M.
2. Draft of the above, mainly in Paget's hand, noted in Hamilton Papers, II., No. 224.
Pp. 2. Endd.: To my lord of Hertford, the xxvjo of Aprill 1544.
26 April.406. Hertford, Lisle and Sadler to Henry VIII.
Add. MS.
32,654, f. 157.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 225.
Enclose letters received by Hertford to-day from the Master of Morton and David Douglas, and from lord Evre and Sir Ralph Evre. Where the former write that Temptallon and all their friends shall be at the King's command, but excuse delivery of it until the army arrive; Hertford intends, if they then refuse, to try and get it, as a good entry into Scotland. To-day arrived the Council's letters with the proclamation to be made in Scotland. All the army is on shipboard and only waits for the wind, which is very contrarious. Lack three of the best ships, the Paunsey, Gret Galey and Swallowe, which, being left without the haven, according to the King's command, are driven away by the North wind, which caused a great storm here (into Humber, as is supposed), but will be able to rejoin the army by the time they are needed. Where the King appointed my lord of Durham to lie at Alnwick or elsewhere, to receive and forward letters; seeing that at Alnwick or Berwick he should be out of the way of news from the West Marches, he is to tarry at Newcastle (where the posts from both East and West meet) together with the President of the Council in the North. Tynmouth, 26 April. Signed.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd.: 1544.
26 April.407. Sir Ralph Eure to Hertford.
Longleat MS.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 723.
Encloses letters received this Saturday from his father, with one to him from the captain of Norham. (fn. 1) Thinks that Hertford might write to the Master of Morton and Sander Gardon to appoint a meeting with commissioners, and if they consent to deliver Temptalone, soldiers might go to it by night out of [Berwick] to keep it. Alnwike, 26 April. Signed.
Add.
26 April.408. The Expedition against Scotland.
R. O.Hertford's warrant to Sadler to pay George Stafford, captain of 100 men, 3 days' wages, himself at 4s., petty captain at 2s. and men at 6d., from 26 to 28 April. Newcastle, 26 April 36 Henry VIII. Signed.
Signed as received the same day by himself.
P. 1.
R. O.2. The like to pay George Stafford, captain of 100 men, for coats for himself, petty captain and men at 3s. 4d. Newcastle, 26 April 36 Hen. VIII.
Signed as received by himself the same day.
P. 1.
R. O.3. The like for Lancelot Nevill, for coats. Signed. Received by himself.
P. 1.
R. O.4. The like for Sir George Conyers, for coats. Signed.
Signed as received the same day by Nic. Thornell.
P. 1.
R. O.5. The like to pay John Winter the money contained in the annexed schedule, (fn. 2) for wages and necessaries of 57 ships, English and strangers, and 11 of the King's ships, viz., 1,456l. 6s. 8d. Newcastle, 26 April 36 Hen. VIII. Signed.
Signed as received the same day by Winter.
P. 1.
26 April.409. Layton to Henry VIII.
R. O.This 26 April, the Regent sent to his lodging the President of the Council to declare that a man of war of France dwelling nigh Saint Umbers, "a friendly traitor of France for th'Empereur," has accused a gentleman (fn. 3) of this country of disclosing to the French king what he could learn in Bruxelles, to which he weekly resorted. By means of the boy who carried his letters, this traitor has been taken in a "blinde in" in Bruxeles, and confesses that he has an Italian companion called Octavian, who lies at Andwarpe, as a merchant, and is now gone to Cales with two jennets to sell in order to learn news out of England of preparations towards France. If Octavian meet with any Englishman going towards Cales or England that will give him passport for his jennets (none have passed since Christmas without the Regent's passport, unless by stealth) he will perchance come into England. "He is a tall man with a little black beard; a coat of frisado, a black cloak of the same, both bound about with velvet." The Queen has written to the Deputy of Cales or his deputy about him; and has laid for him at Andwarpe, Graveling and all the frontiers, fearing lest he hear some inkling of the taking of his companion.
Are now busy taking order for Henry's lymoners and wagons; and for his 200 hoys, and for victualling his army. It is here supposed that there will be plenty of victuals for horse and man. The Regent has appointed two commissaries, and desires Henry to appoint other two who can speak French and Flemish. It is thought that the staple of victuals must be at Graveling and St. Umbers; and it will be begun as soon as Henry's commissioners come. Those appointed by the Queen had all the charge last year when Henry's army and the Emperor's were on the frontiers; and, here enclosed, they send a schedule of their minds. Bruxelles, 26 April.
Hol., pp. 2. Add. Endd.
R. O.2. "Memoire faicte le xxiiije jour d'Avril ao xliiij de ce quil conviendra communicquer avec Monsr. l'ambassadeur du serenisse roy d'Angleterre."
Articles showing the necessity of knowing what kind and how much provision will be required and when, and at what place the staple shall be, whether Gravelinghes, Sainctomer or elsewhere; and how many wagons will be required, remembering that there should always be from 200 to 400 wagons at the place of the staple.
French, pp. 2. Add. to the King.
26 April.410. Chamberlain to Paget.
R. O.The arrival and departure of this bearer was so sudden that Chamberlain must beg Paget to certify the King, until he can do so more largely, that he has concluded with Mons. de Bueren for 2,000 footmen and 500 horsemen to be levied at his Highness's sould. Paid the conduct money for the footmen; but for the horsemen and their carts about 400l. is required, which should be sent to Andwarpe with all diligence, for, as Bueren says. "the time draweth fast on." Goes to Andwarpe to-morrow to borrow the 400l. among our merchants until it may be sent, and will then advertise his proceedings more at large. Bruxelles, 26 April 1544.
Hol., pp. 2. Add. Sealed. Endd.
27 April.411. The Privy Council to [Hertford and Lisle].
Hatfield MS.
231, No. 88.
[Cal. of Cecil
MSS.,
Pt. i.,152.]
Upon sight of the letters which your Lordships wrote to the King concerning the victuals we have heard the bp. Of Winchester and lord Chamberlain in that behalf, who are very sorry that, either by the weight of the beef or the not spending in time of the loaf bread, there should arise any lack or loss; and yet they say that the quantity is such that the want of half the beef, bread and biscuit sent from hence cannot engender lack for the 56 days for the said 15,000 men;—and, in proof of this, the copy of a "rate" (tried in the King's counting house) of the supposed remainder is sent herewith;—yet they reckon not 54 pipes of beef provided in Newcastle by Shelley, as he has written. As to the loss of the beef, they think the number is there mistaken; for the vessels were not packed justly with 400 pieces, but some with more and some with less, except 26 pipes provided by Roulfe, of Sandwich, and a few packed by the Sergeant of the Catery. The ministers therein are of substance and, upon advertisement "in whose provision the default is found," shall be called to answer; only it is to be remembered that, if much dried by the salt, the beef must weigh lighter and yet contain "as much feeding and more than two pounds of fresh beef." As to the bread, the bp. of Winchester thinks that where you were informed of 2,300 dozens, the word dozens is a mistake, for the bread was everywhere delivered by "castes" and not dozens, two loaves to every cast, save from Hull, where the account is by single loaves, which Mr. Stannop will have foreseen; so that, besides the 9,000 and odd loaves from Hull, and the bread delivered at London to such as should have eaten it out of hand, all the rest did not extend to 2,300 doz. If 2,300 cast (worth about 20l.) has perished, the fault is in those charged to see that spent first which was not ordered to last so long time as has now passed. A copy of the instruction which the bp. of Winchester gave therein is enclosed.
And where you see not how 5,000l. gain might be made of the victuals; the bp. of Winchester says he never informed the King that you might so do, but, after communing with Mr. Nevel, wrote secretly to you, my lord Lieutenant, that whatsoever you could save therein "should be wholly your thank and no part his." The bp. of Winchester has made a declaration, which we caused to be examined in the countinghouse, showing that, after great allowance for waste, the victuals uttered as valued therein should extend to 15,000l. odd, "which is a good sum above the King's charges for the same." The bp. being informed that herring sold there at the beginning of Lent at 20s. a barrel, which is not 4 a penny, and the provision for the King being made at 8l. a last, which is but "5 a penny and a noble over," thought that 4 a penny should be good cheap among so many soldiers as should assemble at Newcastle, where it was written that there was no other fish. If the herring are not good the King's fishmonger in London must answer thereto. If they have waxed cheaper, the present account makes "no great foundation of gain" upon them; but doubtless you will cause them, if good, to furnish the army on "the fish days, which, after the custom of the sea in 8 weeks be 24," whereas the provision is only for 22. The bp. also says that he never willed Nevel to sell 30 last at Newcastle, but only showed that so much might be "spared, and converted into beef provided there by Shelley." As to selling the beef at 2d. the pound; the bp. says that the King's provision made at Newcastle by Shelley amounts to 1 ¼d. a pound, and 4l. for every pipe, "which wanteth not 20d. of that price," and elsewhere it costs the King more, and he thought that this charge should be considered in its utterance. He only reminded your Lordship of it and forbare to speak to the King, knowing that you would take "as much as might be taken of the soldier" to the King's profit. If the complement of the ships agrees not with the books sent, the bp. of Winchester is sorry if the truth of the books certified by so many honest men is not truly answered by such as had "charge of carriage." Grenewich, 27 April. Signed by Suffolk, Russell, Winchester, Westminster, St. John, Wriothesley, Cheyne, Gage, Paget, Petre, Riche and Bakere.
In Gardiner s hand, pp. 5. Flyleaf with address lost.
27 April.412. Thomas Cloterboke to Mr. Bourchier.
R. O.Begs favour in his controversy with Mrs. Rawllyns. Mr. Mayor's letter at this time will show how she is borne by the craft of the Chancellor, Lytyll Payne, and Whytt, the town clerk; and Master Dean, (fn. 4) too, is the writer's "heavy master." The goods which were stayed at his suit, to discharge his bond of 1,000 mks. for the bp. of Bristow, to the King's use, her friends would now have for the bp. of Gloucester. The writer would thus lose 100l. and more; but his trust is in God and the King's Council. Gloucester, 27 April.
Hol., p. 1. Add.: "To the right worshipful Master Bowchour, auditor, in Wodestrete in London." Sealed.
27 April.413. The Expedition against Scotland.
R. O.Hertford's warrant to Sadler to pay Charles Howarde, captain of 100 of Sir Thomas Hilton's men, 3 days' wages, himself at 4s., petty captain at 2s., and men at 6d., from 26 to 28 April. Tynemouth, 27 April 36 Hen. VIII. Signed.
Signed as received by Howard the same day.
P. 1.
R. O.2. The like to pay George Stafford, conduct money, for himself at 4d. the mile, his petty captain at 2d. and 60 men at ½d., from Kyrkbemorsyd, Yorks. to Newcastle upon Tyne, 60 miles. Newcastle, 27 April 36 Henry VIII. Signed.
Signed as received by Stafford the same day.
P. 1.
27 April.414. Hertford to the Master of Morton and David Douglas.
Add. MS.
32,654, f. 159.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 226.
Perceives by theirs of the 23rd that they intend to perform their promise to deliver Temptallen when the King's army arrives, thinking that to deliver it before might be the death of the earl of Anguishe, their uncle, their father and other friends in Scotland. Warns them that if persuaded to deliver the castle to the Governor and Cardinal they will shortly be entrapped like others, to the destruction of their uncle, father and all their friends; whereas if they keep it and deliver it to the King's army they will preserve their friends and benefit themselves. Learns, since the receipt of their letter, that the Governor and Cardinal have compelled their uncle and father to sign a bill for delivery of the castle to the abbot of Pasly; and also that the Governor has summoned Lenoux, Angus, Glencarn and Sir Geo. Douglas "of treason to underly the law the vijth of May, and that the abbot of Pasly shall besiege Temptallon; which if he do, and you keep it but viij days, I will promise you that I will relieve you in spite of the Governor and Cardinal and all the power of Scotland." Tynmouth, 27 April.
P.S.—If they lack men in the mean time, will furnish them by sea or land as they shall desire.
Copy, pp. 2. Endd.: The copie of the 1. Lieutenantes lettere to David Dowglas and James Dowglas, master of Morton, Sir George Dowglas sonnes.
Longleat MS.2. Original draft of the above, corrected by Hertford, noted in Hamilton Papers, II., p. 724.
27 April.415. Queen Mary of Hungary to the Deputy of Calais.
R. O.A traitor (fn. 5) lately apprehended accuses an Italian named Octavien, having his abode in Antwerp in one of the houses of Hugues Moreau called Jehan de Bourgoingne, of intelligence in France, and [says] that he is in Calais or England to learn news. He is fairly tall, with full visage and a little blackish beard, wears a black cape and a black coat bordered with velvet, and has bought two Spanish horses to take them to Calais. Writes this that he may be apprehended and dealt with as convenient. Brussels, 27 April 1544. Signed: Marie. Countersigned: Despleghem.
French, p. 1. Add. Sealed. Endd.
28 April.416. The Expedition against Scotland.
Add. MS.
32,654, f. 160.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers.
ii., No. 227.
Names of the wafters appointed:—(1) For the vaward (viz., the Pauncye, Minion, Swallowe, Sabian of Ipswich, John Evangelist, Gallye Subtill and Harwodde's bark of Callayes attending the Pauncye). (2) For the Battle (Swepestake, Swanne of Hambrughe, Mary Grace, Elzabthe of Lynne, Cumberforde's ship). For the rearward (Greate Gallye, Gillian of Dartemouthe, Peter of Foye, Antony Fulford and Bark Riveley).
Orders taken at Shelys within Tynmouthe Haven 28 April 36 Hen. VIII., by the earl of Hertford, Great Chamberlain of England, lieutenant in the North, and captain-general of the army against Scotland, viz., seven numbered articles appointing all to be on shipboard ready to weigh anchor at the first propice wind; the flags and lights to be carried by the lord Admiral in the vaward, the lord Lieutenant in the battle, and the earl of Shrowisbury, captain of the rearward; the signals to be made by the lord Lieutenant to summon other captains on board his ship; and that any ship stayed by weather or other cause shall follow into the Frythe, and all boats shall be prepared for landing.
Pp. 4.
Add. MS.
32,654, f. 162.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 227(2).
2. An order for the army, with the names of "officers to be appointed" written in Hertford's hand in the margin, viz.:—Chieftain of the vawarde (in margin: my lord Admiral), chieftain of the rearward (the earl of Shrousbery), treasurer of the wars (Sir Ralph Sadelar), knight marshal (Sir Rise Mansfild), provost marshal (Cunstabull), master of the ordnances (Sir Chr. Moris), captain of the pioneers (Le), captain of the scowte (Sir Ant. Hungarfort). Seven captains successively to have the rule of the watch (no names). One principal man to have charge of the victuals "that the soldiers may have it for their money" (Nevell). One to bring the victuals to the market and order such others as come to the market (Goure and Everod).
Order for the landing of 12,000 men (hackbutters, archers, pikes, and bills); and of 4 fawcons, 6 fawconettes and 12 close waggons "before we march."
Order for the landing of 12,000 at two places "at one instant, as near as they can togethers."
Pp. 3.
28 April.417. Wharton and Bowes to Robert Maxwell.
Longleat MS.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., p. 727.
Divers Englishmen are, this 28 April, taken by Scotsmen under his assurance, as John Musgrave of Bewcastle by Davie Yrwen of Trailtrowe and Robin Yrwen, Jenkyn's brother, or Willie Bell; and others are in the hands of the Yrwens, Bells and others in the said assurance. Require him to send them hither according to his promise upon taking the assurance, and Wharton will likewise order such of his as are taken. Carlisle, 28 April, at night.
Copy.
28 April.418. Mary of Guise to Christian III.
Wegener's
Aarsberetnin-
ger, iv. 259.
Understanding that the Governor and lords of this Kingdom are sending to him John Hay, their ambassador, writes to show him that their affairs, ever since the death of the King her husband, have been much troubled by the intrigues of the King of England, and the French King has been anxious to aid them, even for his own sake. Hopes that Christian, too, will help them owing to his friendship with the King of France and his relationship to the Queen her daughter. Streling, 28 April 1544.
French.
28 April.419. Chamberlain to the Council.
R. O.Upon the King's command to conclude with Mons. de Bueren for the 2,000 footmen, and now for 500 horsemen more as recompense for Bueren's goodwill; has declared the Council's intent to Bueren, who thanks the King. Has concluded the enclosed articles, signed with Bueren's own hand, and delivered him the money for the conduct of the footmen. About 400l. st. is required for the conduct of the 500 horsemen and their carts, wherein the writer has travailed for the King's advantage and sees that, after Landenberghe's rate, about 3,400 florins are saved. Footmen are to have 4 Philippus a month, i.e. 5 fl. of 20 stivers, which, rated in sterling money, is 12s. 6d. The amount for horsemen is not fixed, but to be as the Emperor gives. Has signed and delivered to Bueren one counterpane of the articles, and received the other signed by him; and now he desires with speed to have the King's letters of "reteindure" according to the enclosed minute. He promises earnestly to be at Ayre, 20 June next, with his whole force both at the Emperor's sould and the King's. The distance between Boisleduc and Ayre being about 50 leagues, urged him to foresee that the King was not further charged than need required; and so he appointed the muster to be at Boisleduc the 21st or 22nd May. Told him that seemed "too rath," and would cost 12 or 15 days' wages in vain; for the men would be at Ayre 15 days too rath, and so both waste money and spread a bruit which might "give th'enemies advice of his Majesty's pretence and purpose." Bueren answered that he had liever appoint "soldiers and men of light sort" ten or fifteen days before he needed them; for, after their arrival at Boisleduc, he that shall take the musters may delay his coming two or three days, and the muster will occupy five or six days in taking, "and they shall not enter in sould till all betaken"; the 2,000 footmen which the Regent has commissioned him to levy at the Emperor's sould he has appointed to muster, 4 or 5 leagues from Boisleduc, on 15 May, and so rather charges the Emperor than the King. He desires the King to send one to take the musters and pay a month's wages beforehand; for, as they are to have "sundry weapons according to the covenants," some of them must buy their weapons; many footmen who served last year with hand-gun must now lay it aside and buy pike or halbert, and horsemen who served with short handgun and boar spear must serve with lances, according to the King's request. These mutations, he says, will require time. As for the horsemen, Bueren desires the King to write to Mr. Wutton to send from thence the entertainment given by the Emperor. He says that for the horsemen at the Emperor's sould, the Regent has appointed him the best bands of these Low parts, but will not yet resolve where they shall join him; which, he judges, will be about Lisle, as she has appointed the musters about 8 May. As for the extraordinary pays of the hault officers, the Regent will have the King pay the one half and the Emperor the other, because the numbers of footmen are equal. As to the King's pleasure to make Bueren "his Highness's procurer at the feast of the Towzon," if the King will send him procuration he will serve; but he thinks that the Emperor will not keep the feast at this time. On coming hither yesternight, sought to borrow the aforesaid 400l. to deliver to Bueren, who departs hence within two days; but could not get it "by reason the payments of the Mart are past." Begs that it may be sent hither with all diligence. Here are no occurrents which the King does not know with more certainty from elsewhere. Andwarpe, 28 April 1544.
Hol., pp. 8. Add. Endd.
28 April.420. Chamberlain to Paget.
R. O.Begs him to give order for the 400l. st. for the conduct money of Mons. de Bueren's 500 horsemen and jointly with it for the King's letter of "reteindure." Bueren also desires to know the King's colours and device, to set them in his banners and liveries. Mr. Vaughan is returning and will be here in six or eight days; by which time the writer will be done with Bueren. Begs therefore to know whether to return home. Has written more largely to the Council. Andwarpe, 28 April 1544.
Hol., pp. 2. Add. Endd.
28 April.421. Chamberlain to Paget.
R. O.After closing "these other letters," arrived a messenger with a letter, from Bruxelles, from Mons. de Bueren, for money. Had to return the messenger, praying him to borrow it and the writer would see it repaid within ten days. Begs order herein with great diligence. Buren writes that he has been with the Regent to know where the horsemen at her appointment should join the rest that he leads, but she will not yet resolve therein. Sends herewith the names of the bands of horsemen appointed by her. Andwarpe, 28 April 1544, at 7 p.m.
Hol., p. 1. Add. Endd.
28 April.422. Donna Maria of Arragon to Princess Mary.
Cal. of
Cecil MSS.
Pt. i., 153.
Has heard from the bearer of this letter, Captain F., that she is very fond of Spanish gloves, and takes the liberty of sending some, which she hopes will suit her Highness, &c.—Ballameda, 28 April 1544.
½ p. Spanish.
29 April.423. The Expedition against Scotland.
R. O.Hertford's warrant to Sadler to pay Ric. Bowes, captain of 100 men, 3 days' wages, himself at 4s., petty captain at 2s. and men at 6d., from 26 to 28 April. Newcastle 29 April, 36 Hen. VIII. Signed.
Signed as received by Bowes the same day.
P. 1.
29 April.424. Robert Maxwell to Wharton and Bowes.
Longleat MS.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., p. 727.
Perceives by a letter of theirs that certain Englishmen are taken prisoners this last 28 April, in special Jak of Musgraif. Was in Dumfres at the time and knows nothing of the matter, but if they will send to Lothmabane next Thursday he will show them who are taken and by whom. Dumfres, 29 April.
Copy.
29 April.425. Chamberlain to Paget.
R. O.Wrote yesterday of his proceedings and conclusion with Mons. de Bueren and that he could not here borrow sufficient conduct money for the horsemen. Has now borrowed upon small interest 200l. and is promised the rest if debts can be got in, but has given bond to repay it in ten days. Begs that order may be taken to repay it. Andwarpe, 29 April 1544.
"The merchants here have news, by the way of France, that the Cardinal of Ferrara is gone with xxti horse in post to the Venetians," as men conjecture, "to require them to declare them selves."
Hol., p. 1. Add. Sealed. Endd.
29 April.426. The Swiss to the Diet of Spires.
R. O.Learnt by their letters dated 7 April at Spires that the French king was commonly said to be confederate with the Turk, and that the Swiss, as partners with the French king, were, with the Turk and French king, hindering the Emperor's efforts against the Turk. The Lords summoned the soldiers and enquired whether they knew any confederacy between the Turk and the French king, or had seen any Turks in the French camps; and they answered that there was not even a suspicion of such a thing. The Lords also signified the report to the French king, who answered, that he had sent an honorable embassy to the Diet of Spires to disprove these calumnies, but it was denied safe-conduct. The Lords desire that the war between the Emperor and French king, which endangers both the Empire and all Christendom, may be appeased; and they would have the Electors and Princes use their persuasions that the King's said ambassadors may have access to the Diet, and, having heard the allegations on both sides, reduce the monarchs to peace, so that a joint attack may be made on the Turk; and if the Lords are thought worthy to be mediators in this, they will spare no labour therein. Dated 29 April.
Subscribed: Civitates et territoria tredecim pagorum apud Helvetios confederatorum.
Lat. Copy in Mont's hand, pp. 2. Headed: "Sensus litterarum ex conventu apud Helvetios habito, in comitia Spirensia 1 die Maii missaram, quibus respondent scripto Principum."
29 April.427. Charles V. to Chapuys.
R. O.
[Spanish
Calendar,
vii., 77.]
Has received his letters of the 21st and heard the particulars of what he wrote to Granvelle, and as to Captain Seckinghen, of whom the King of England does not wish to make use; and what the King said therein to Chapuys (and his ministers and ambassadors had likewise said to the Emperor), and especially that the cause was Seckinghen's unwillingness and distrust of payment and the report that he was not qualified for such a charge; and, finally, that if the Emperor had promised the condition to Seckinghen, the King would rather lose the 2,000 fl. Delivered by his ambassador. Has answered, and made Grandvelle answer, that he firmly believes that the King would have been well served by Seckinghen, who for experience and worth was these two years past preferred (and his brother also) by the Queen of Hungary to the other captains of Germany and pensioned, and the Emperor would have given him charge of five ensigns for this war but that he thought to do a good turn for the King; and that, as to the assurance of the pay of the horsemen, it is demanded of the Emperor himself, who has had to give his signature to it; and, finally, that the Emperor acted with good intention, in fear lest the King should lose the said horsemen; and, because he had promised the said condition, telling the Ambassador that there would be no reason to return the said sum, and that he accepted what the Ambassador said of it (who however afterwards questioned Granvelle upon this point, who confirmed it). Advertises Chapuys of this in order that he may again justify the affair there, and notify how it is taken, assuring the King that the Emperor will gladly favour his captains for the raising of the said horsemen. Touching the Italians reported to be come into France, Chapuys answered truly. There was a bruit of the ships from Marseilles, but it has cooled. As to the Duke of Alburquerque, Chapuys has already received the answer, and the letters for the Duke. Is sure that he will satisfy the King's expectation. The gentleman by whom the Marquis del Gasto was to write particulars of Piedmont and Lombardy is not yet come. Has indeed learnt that the French felt the last combat so much that they have not yet moved; and those of Carrignan are resolved to hold out and have still victuals for a month and a half. As to the declaration against Scotland, refers to his sister, to whom he writes amply.
The lady of Egmond has represented how the English, last year, burnt her lands in France, and, fearing that they may do the same this year, has begged that Chapuys may represent it to the King. Chapuys shall speak to the King to have regard therein and also to the Emperor's other subjects, especially when the armies march, for it would not befit the mutual amity; and the damage is the Emperor's, whose subjects suffer enough from the enemies, besides exposing body and goods for the common enterprise. Spire, 29 April 1544.
Fr. Modern transcript of the original minute (partly in cipher) at Vienna, pp. 3.
30 April.428. Henry VIII. to Charles V.
R. O.
St. P., ix. 666.
Received his letter and credence by Chantonnay, showing his affection to advance the common affair. Will not fail to act reciprocally; and Chantonnay will declare the state of the armada (armée) which is being prepared, in accordance with the last capitulation made with Don Francesco de Gonsaga, viceroy of Sicily.
French. Draft corrected by Paget, pp. 2. Endd.: Mynute of the K's Maties l're to th'Empereur xxxo Aprilis 1544.
Vienna MS.2. Original letter of which the above is the draft. Described in Spanish Calendar, Vol. vii., No. 78.
30 April.429. Chapuys to Charles V.
R. O.Mons. de Chantonnay, the bearer, will report all that has happened since his last. Thanks for gift of the abbey of Sainct Angello in Sicily.
Fr. Modern note (headed "1544 April 30") of original holograph letter at Vienna, p. 1.
30 April.430. Chapuys to the Queen of Hungary.
R. O.
[Spanish
Calendar,
vii. 79.]
Mons. de Chantonnay, the bearer, will report all that has happened here.
Fr. Note of original at Vienna, headed: 1544 Avril 30.
30 April.431. Charles lord Mountjoy.
Harl.
78, f. 18.
B. M.
His testament, setting forth his epitaph in case he be slain in war; instituting two lectures for two years after his death for the youth of the parish of Westborrowe under Playne. Provisions (after payment of his wife's dower) for his younger sons for 16 years out of Barton, Derbs. and Spytesbury, Dors. Residuary payments to his cousin Ric. Blount &c. Household stuff at Browke to his wife. Bequests to his sons, Francis and William, to my lord of St. John's and Mr. Chancellor of the Tenth, Mr. Baker. Executors, Sir Wm. Petre, "my brother John Browne and my cousin Richard Blounte." Further bequests to servants, to "James Blounte my eldest son &c. Schedule of debts owing to him and goods in hand at the time of his going into France, 30 April 36 Hen. VIII. Signatures copied.
Pp. 11.
30 April.432. Hertford, Lisle and Sadler to Henry VIII.
Add. MS.
32,654. f. 164.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 228.
Hertford has received letters of the 26th from the Council, showing that the King approves his proceedings, but that they were in doubt whether the former determination for the warden of the West Marches to burn Jedworth while the wardens of the East and Middle burnt Hadington still continued, now that the wardens of the East and Middle with 3,500 men were to meet the army at Edinburgh. It was determined that, as Hadington was burnt, Hawike should be burnt, but not Jedworth, and that determination continues; and Hertford intends, in his return, to make some honest account of Jedworth if time will serve. As to keeping Temptallen and other places, he will do his best, and will accomplish the devices written in the King's own hand in the platte of Temptallen. For provision on the Borders of victuals for the army in its return, and for small barks to carry letters and other things, order shall be taken. The Pauncye, Gret Gallye and Swallowe were not driven into Humber, as was thought; but the lord Admiral learns, by a crayer which he sent out with victuals for them, that they and two other men of war, of the five left in charge of Wm. Woodhouse, still keep aloof in the seas before this coast ready to sail with the fleet. Enclose advertisements received yesterday from lord Wharton. Kept this despatch since yesterday, hoping that the wind would serve to blow them out of this haven. Sheles, on board the Rose Lyon, 30 April. Signed.
Pp. 3. Add. Endd. 1544.
Longleat MS.2. Original draft of the above, mainly in Sadler's hand, noted in Hamilton Papers, II., p. 724.
30 April.433. Robert Maxwell to Wharton.
Longleat MS.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., p. 727.
After sight of Wharton's writing, found John of Musgraif in the laird of Holmendes house, taken by David Yrwen the laird's servant; and brought him to Lothmabane, where he is at liberty. Whereas Wharton desires him to enter at Carlill this next Friday, he cannot now be absent without utter ruin of his father's affairs; for he has word from Court and from inland friends that "they" give him fair words but intend his utter destruction. Begs Wharton to accept his excuse. Lothmabane, 30 April.
Sends this by Wharton's servant Hugh Kichin.
Copy.
30 April.434. Mary Queen of Scots to Charles V.
Royal MS.
18 B. vi. 163b.
B. M.
Epp. Reg. Sc.,
ii. 199.
Although in great things rumor forestalls diligence, she would not have failed last year, had she known him to be in Spain, Italy or any certain place in Germany, inform him of her father's death, who an his life admired the Emperor's virtues, and at his death exhorted the assembled princes of the realm to observe the league (renewed a few years before) with
the House of Burgundy and to return as soon as possible the ornament of the Order of the Golden Fleece. Soon afterwards, her tutorship and the administration of the realm was committed to James, earl of Arran, who sends this knight, Sir David Lindesay of the Mount, her chief herald, from the midst of internal and external dissensions, to convey to the Emperor her father's last eulogy and the insignia of the Order, and to offer, on behalf of the Governor and Princes of the realm, to keep the league with him. Stirling, 30 April 1544. (fn. 6)
Lat. Copy, pp. 2.
Epp. Reg. Sc.,
ii. 196.
2. Commission of Mary Queen of Scots, with the consent and authority of James earl of Arran, Governor, to Sir David Lindesay of the Mount, Lion king of arms, to carry back to the Emperor the order and book of statutes of the Order of the Golden Fleece sent to her father James late king of Scots. Edinburgh, —— (blank) day of —— (blank), 1544, 2 Mary.
Lat.
30 April.435. Mary Queen of Scots to Queen Mary of Hungary.
Royal MS.
18 B. vi. 167.
B. M.
Bearer, Sir Walter Lyndsay, preceptor of Torfichin, is sent to return the insignia of the Golden Fleece which the writer's father received from the Emperor ten years ago, and to show that the Governor Arran and nobility intend to preserve the league with the House of Burgundy. Hears that several Scottish ships are detained in her ports and some have been piratically taken at sea by her subjects, but is sure this is not done by her authority nor at the demand of their enemies. Begs that they may be restored. Stirling (signed by the Governor), 30 April 1544.
Lat. Copy, pp. 2.
30 April.436. Mary Queen of Scots to the Lord of Vere (Varrarum).
Royal MS.
18 B. vi. 168.
B. M.
The Governor, Arran, was a few months ago informed that several Scottish ships were detained at Vere and elsewhere in Flanders and some taken at sea by the Emperor's subjects, and has sent bearer, Sir Walter Lyndsay, knight of Jerusalem, to the Emperor and the Queen of Hungary. As her father used to apply to his father in cases of injury to Scottish merchants, so she applies to him. Stirling (signed by the Governor), 30 April 1544.
Lat. Copy, p. 1.
30 April.437. Mary Queen of Scots to Christian III.
Royal MS.
18 B. vi. 164.
B. M.
Epp. Reg. Sc.,
ii. 201.
For two years Scotland has laboured in external and internal wars and in dissensions, so that James earl of Arran, tutor of her and of the realm, could not earlier inform him of its grave state. Indeed, Arran would rather that Christian might congratulate than commiserate; but, as there is no appearance of more peaceful times, her tutor sends (out of the midst of wars and civil dissension) this John Hay, his kinsman and servant, for whom she begs credence. Edinburgh, 30 April 1544.
Lat. Copy, p. 1.
Royal MS.
18 B. vi. 165.
B. M.
Epp. Reg. Sc.,
ii. 203.
2. Instructions for John Hay, ambassador to Christian III., king of Denmark, from Mary Queen of Scots and her tutor Arran.
Having delivered the Queen's letters, he shall salute the King and his Queen and all the princes of the Danes in the name of the Queen and Governor and Scottish princes, and signify that the Queen, for her age of 15 months, is vigorous in mind and body. He shall then show that the late King always was well affected to the King of the Danes and regretted at his death that he had never been able to show his love; that at his death Arran was appointed tutor of the little Queen and of the realm and designated heir of the realm if anything should happen to her; and that Arran is studious to preserve the amity and league which the Scots have had with the Danes. This done, he shall tell how the King of the English craftily solicited the late King his nephew to betray the most ancient amity and league of the Scots with the French, and, failing, sent a fleet of 40 ships to vex the coast of Scotland, two years ago, and at the same time a land army of 40,000 foot which, —— (blank) Oct., the late King repulsed over the Tweed. Then, about the end of November, the late King sent 10,000 men into the West of England, in which raid some of the Scottish nobles and barons were captured by the English and led to London, where, until Epiphany, they were treated more honorably than became captives. Meanwhile, in December, the late King died. The earl of Angus and his brother, Scottish princes who were condemned for treason and had been for fifteen years honorably maintained by the King of England to the hurt of the Scots, together with the aforesaid captive nobles, the King of the English thereupon permitted to return to Scotland free and with gifts and a promise to make peace. In return, the exiles and captive nobles promised "se curaturos pacta pacis et leges matrimonii ineundi inter illustrissimam nostram Reginam et Eduardum Valliae Principem, Anglorum Regis primogenitum." Their delivery and agreement for the future marriage still unknown in Scotland, the Governor in Parliament restored the aforesaid earl and his brother to their honours and lands; and then, on the return into Scotland of them and the captives, ambassadors were sent to England for the peace and marriage, which was concluded in the beginning of July on condition that before September the contract should be made absolute and the deeds exchanged. Returning to Scotland the ambassadors reported that this peace was published in London and other English towns, and the Governor thereupon published it in Scotland; and, relying upon it, many ships laden for France and Flanders left Scottish ports in the month of August, but were driven by weather into English ports, where at first they were well treated, but, shortly after, by the King's command, seized, and the merchandise sold. Nevertheless, at the appointed time, viz., the beginning of September, the Governor sent the ratification (diploma) of the peace and marriage to the King of the English; but that lung refused to deliver his in return. And So by seizing the ships and merchandise and by refusing his deed of confirmation he openly broke the peace. The peace being thus broken, the Scots in December following solemnly annulled the contract of peace and marriage, which was only made in the hope of perpetual peace (but the King of the English trusts much more to fomenting the dissensions of the Scots than to the marriage). The Governor and all orders of the Scots have, however, omitted no occasion of reconciliation, sending heralds to the King of England asking for safe-conduct for ambassadors to treat of peace.
These things being so, the Governor and princes of the Scots are sure that the King of the Danes will protect his little kinswoman and her realm against their inhuman enemy who seeks to enslave them. And, that the enemies of the Scots may be deterred by the greater number of their friends, the King of the Danes is to be persuaded to renew the old treaty which was between the Scots and the kings of the Norwegians (and the ambassador is to present his commission for this). This renewal is desired because it is certain that the confederacy entered into a few years ago between the King of the Danes and the Most Christian King of the French, which the King of Scots joined, will endure for ever. As the said Norwegian treaty stipulates that either king shall assist the other against all enemies, the King of the Danes is to be exhorted to lend seasonable aid against the King of the English, and to license the townsmen of Edinburgh and other Scottish merchants to purchase artillery and gunpowder, and also provisions, of which in Scotland is great scarcity. If such things cannot be purchased there, the King is to be asked to give the merchants letters of commendation to his allies.
Finally, he is to be asked to send his military advice, which alone the Scots have determined to follow.
Lat. Copy, pp. 5.
438. The Count of Buren.
R. O.Letters patent retaining the count of Bueren, as chief captain of 500 horse and 2,000 foot, to serve anywhere (save against the Emperor and the Empire) upon conditions articled between Bueren and the King's commissary, Thomas Chamberlin. ———(blank) day of ———(blank) 1544.
French. Draft, p. 1. Endd.: Copie of the Kinges Mates l're of retaindre to Monsr. de Bueren.
— April.439. The Patriarch of Aquileia to Mary of Guise.
Balcarres MS.
iv. 79.
Writes on leaving the realm to excuse his not having done her such agreeable service as the Pope desired. Would have done so with all his powers, but has had no opportunity in Scotland. "De Lislebourc le—— (fn. 7) dapvril, 1544." Signed: M. Patr'cha.
Fr., p. 1. Add.: Queen of Scotland. Endd.: M. le Patriarche Daquilee(?).
440. John Wentworth, Sheriff of Essex, (fn. 8) to Thos. Jostlyn, Esq.
R. O.Has received a letter from the Council, commanding him to deliver certain letters from the King to sundry gentlemen. Understands that he has received one by John Debnam, the King's pursuivant. Encloses however a copy of a schedule which he was also commanded to send, and informs him that he must be in readiness at one day's warning. Signed: "By me, John Wentworth, Shryve of Essex."
Every footman to have a coat of blue cloth guarded with red, made like the footmen's coats at London, to serve his Majesty in this journey. The left sleeve to be trimmed as the Captain pleases, but no silk to be worn on the guard except on that sleeve. Yeoman not to wear any silk. Neither gentleman nor yeoman to wear any badge. Every man to provide hose for all his men. The right hose red, the left blue, with a red stripe of 3 fingers' breadth on the outside from the stocks downwards. Every man to have an arming doublet of fustian or canvas, and a cap to put his scull or sallett in, "after such fashion as I have devised." Any number of such caps can be had from William Capper, within Ludgate, at 8d. a piece.
P. 1. Add. Endd.
441. Augmentations.
[A Messenger's bill for going the following journeys.]
R. O.From London to Mr. Kenys, 100 miles; to Mr. Bus, 20 miles; to Thos. Warton, 16 miles; to Bery, 45 miles; to Cambryge, 20 miles; to Huntyngton, 12 miles; to Notynghame, 30 miles; to Sir Wm. Bassett, 38 miles; to Darbe, 18 miles; to Stafford, 33 miles; to Dudle Castell, 25 miles; to Wysseter, 38 miles; to Glosseter, 23 miles; to Sir Nicholas Poyns, 29 miles; to Sir John Senlowe, 38 miles; to Master Wyndam of Orcharde (Chard), 49 miles; to Tanton, 13 miles; to Exeter, 25 miles; to Bowkeland and back, 60 miles; from Exeter "to Mr. Colles house" and back, 72 miles; from Exeter to Myton and back, 32 miles; to Mr. Hewe Stuckele and back, 52 miles; to John Rygway of Newton Abbot and back, 50 miles; from Exeter to Orcharde and back, 44 miles, and Orchard to London, 130 miles.
Total, 2,017 miles. At 1d. a mile, 8li. 8s. 1d. Whereof received in prest, 4l.
Note by Sir Rychard Ryche, requesting Mr. Edward Northe, treasurer of the Court of Augmentations, to pay the residue.
Note by Northe, ordering William Burnell to pay this 4l. 8s. 1d. to John Wade.
P. 1.
442. Grants in April 1544, 35 Henry VIII.
1. Philip Hobby. Grant, in fee, of the house, &c., of the late priory of Torkesey, Linc., the manor of Torkesey, the rectories and advowsons of the vicarages of Torkesey and Wykkenbee and all possessions of the priory in Torkesey, Herwyke, Laghterton, Willingham. Stowen, Richest on, Wykenby and Lincoln, Linc., in Sombee. Clifton, Rampton, Cotham, Retforde, and Sturton, Notts, in Addingflet, Yorks., or elsewhere; which premises were granted to him in tail male by pat. of 9 March 30 Henry VIII. Also grant, in fee, for 30l., of Shrawnell park in the parishes of Badsey within the lordship of Aldyngton, Worc., with a lodge and meadow enclosed within it and woods called Shrawnell Hill,—Evesham; also the buildings called le Receite, and all other buildings within the site of Evesham mon. in which the records of the monastery used to remain, the buildings known as lez Stewardes lodginges and the dovecot and garden attached to them, a sheep-cot containing 14 "lez beyes," with a curtilage adjoining beside the town of Eveshame, in St. Laurence's parish, Worc., and a close called le Shepehouse Close alias le Lammes Close in St. Laurence parish, late in tenure of John Affayre and now of the said Philip; also the reversion of a gate within the site of Evesham mon. called Barton Gate, with a dovecot constructed above it, and a garden called le Hynde Garden, and a house called le Storehouse (abutting on the tower of the monastery gate on the north and the granary on the south and on the house called the Almeri on the west, granted for life to Ph. Hafford, late abbot of Eveshame, by pat. 16 Feb. 31 Hen. VIII.; also reversion of a kitchen, a garden, a little curtilage, a house called le Taylours house or le Apple house, a little orchard called Calves Crofte and a pond within Evesham park, granted for life to one Clement Lychefelde; also reversion of a chamber called le Chamberer's chamber (abutting upon ponds called th'Abbottes Poles on the east, le Basse Courte on the west, le Abbottes garden on the south and the building called Princes Chappell Chamber on the north), also granted to the said Clement for life; also reversion of buildings called Doctor Pryne lodging, with gardens, &c., granted for life to one Dr. Pryne or Prince; and all buildings, gardens, &c., within the site of Evesham mon., except the houses called le Almerye and gardens, &c., granted with them for life to the said Ph. Hafforde, and except bells and leaden roofs. Westm., 15 March 35 Henry VIII. Del. Westm., 3 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 30.
2. Wm. Poley and Alice Shaa, his wife. Livery of lands of the said Alice, d. and h. of Edm. Shaa, dec. Del. Westm., 4 April 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Wm. lord St. John, J. Hynde and John Sewster.) Pat. p. 11, m. 19.
3. Ric. Darington, one of the King's footmen. Lease of the site, &c., of the manor of Market Orton, Rutl., late in tenure of Robt. Ryse and of the said Ric., parcel of possessions of Gertrude Courtney, late marchioness of Exeter, attainted; for 21 years; at 100s. rent and 20d. increase. Del. Westm., 7 April "anno subscripto."—S.B. (Signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle.) Pat. p. 15, m. 23.
4. Monmouth.—Commission to Thos. Morgan, Matth. Herbart and Walt, ap Robart to make inq. p. m. on the lands and heir of Miles ap Harry, who died a minor in the King's custody. Westm., 8 April. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 11, m. 18d.
5. John Hamonde, Thos. Maynarde, Ric. Eve and Robt. Alyne. Grant, in fee, for 60l. 9s. 3d., of the reversion of three messuages (tenants named) in the parish of St. Katharine Christchurche, London, two messuages (tenants named) in the parish of St. Alban in Woodstrete, London, and six other messuages (tenants named) in the parish of St. Katharine Christchurche,—Dertforde mon., Kent; and six messuages (tenants named) in the parishes of St. Clement and St. Andrew Under-shafte in the city of London,—Stratford Langthorne; all which premises were granted by pat. 28 Aug. 34 Hen. VIII. to Alice Cornewalles, wife of Edw. Cornewalles, for life. Also grant of all the premises. Westm., 28 March 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 30.
6. Edm. Martyn. To be clerk of the Crown of Chancery. On surrender by Sir Thomas Pope and John Lucas of letters patent granting the office to them, vice Ralph Pexsall. Del. Westm., 9 April 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 15, m. 28.
7. Jehan Starell, Wm. Horsey, Thos. Faschin, John Barley, John Calo, Wm. Webbe, Anthony de Villa Franca and Edm. Gates. Licence (at the suit of the earl of Hertford) to export 1,000 tons of woollen cloth to the Isle of Jersey. Also licence to Mich, de Carys, Guillaume de Paris, Raynolde de Meyson Graunt, John de Beauvoyr, Michael Godart, Jehan le Moyne, Mace Noell, Mathelin le Moyne, Vyncent Noblet, Nic. Lissey, Jehan Blossoono, Fowket Lestike, Jaques le Fer, and John Groult, Frenchmen, to bring to the said Isle in unarmed ships, during the present war with the French king, 1,000 tons of canvas, dolas, lokoram, olrons, crestclothe, and poldavys, deliver the same to the said Jehan Starell, &c., and carry away 1,000 tons of woollen cloth, tin and lead. Westm., 22 March 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 10 April.—P.S. French roll 36 Hen. VIII., m. 1.
8. Fras. Broughton, one of the King's footmen. To be bailiff of the lordship of Glastonberye, Soms., and clerk of the market there, in the King's gift by the suppression of Glastonbury mon.; with fees of 6l. 13s. 4d., as bailiff and 20s. as clerk. Westm., 19 March 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 22.
9. John Werberton. Grant, in fee, for 419l. 8s. 4d., of the manor or grange of Stany Magna, Chesh., which belonged to Whalley mon., leased in two moieties (specified) to tenants named, and woods called Grangewood (14 ac), and the Intake with Flyndall Rake (8 ac). Westm., 9 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 28.
10. The lord St. John, lord Chamberlain, and Sir Edm. Pecham, cofferer. Commission to take the account of Sir Ric. Southwell, one of the General Surveyors, of money, plate, jewels, corn, cattle &c., received by him, which came to the King by the deaths of Ric. Nyke, late bp. of Norwich, and of Sir Geo. Lawson, and by the attainders of Jane late lady Rocheford, Germyn Gardener, late of London, John Haywood, late of London, John Larke, clk., late parson of Chelsey, Midd., and John Ireland. Westm., 12 April 35 Hen. VIII Del. Westm., 12 April.—P.S. In English. Pat. p. 17, m. 18d.
11. Ric. Fletcher, clk. Presentation to the parish church of Clenock Vechan alias Llanginewen Llangaffo, in co. Anglesey, Bangor dioc., void by resignation. Westm., 2 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 April.—P.S.
12. Albert Bysshop, the King's servant. Annuity of 50l. Westm., 11 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 14 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 1.
13. John Pollarde, of Newenham Courteney alias Newneham Courteney, Oxon, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 818l. 8s. 8½d., of the manor, site and demesnes of Newenham Courteney, now in his tenure, the several water abutting upon the parish of Newenham Courteney in tenure of Thos. Prynce, the park of Newenham and the wood called Baldon Quarter; which premises belonged to Charles duke of Suffolk. Westm., 8 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Christchurche, 14 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 22.
14. Sir Roland Hill. Grant, in fee, for 1,012l. 4s. 2d., of the manor and rectory of Uffyngton, Salop,—Haughmonde mon.; with tithes of Uffyngton and Pympley which were kept in the abbot's own hands, a water mill called Pymples alias Pymble Mylle in Uffyngton, and lands in tenure of 20 tenants, named, in Uffyngton; also a water mill called Lye Mylle and meadow called Ponde Medowe (tenants named) in Wythyngton in the parish of Ruddington alias Roydington, Salop, and numerous other lands (tenants named) in Wythyngton, in Haughton under Haughmond in the parishes of Ercall Magna and Upton, Salop, in Downton in Upton parish, in Wallcotte in Wellyngton parish (including a fishery in the Terne from "le nether ende de le weyre pytte" there to "le upper ende de le weyr de le horse heys" there, and another fishery from Walcote Mill to Lecheforde, and two mills called Walcottes Milles); and all possessions of Haughmond in these places. Also grant of the reversion of a messuage, &c., then in tenure of Geo. Kynge, fabrilignarius of London, in Sylverstrete, London, granted for life, 4 May 34 Hen. VIII., to Thos. Coly and Magdalen his wife,—Christchurch priory, London.
Also grant to the said Roland Hill and Thos. Bromley, King's serjeant at law, in fee to the said Thos., of numerous lands (specified and tenants named) in Uppyngton alias Upyngton alias Upynton in Roxcetour alias Wroxcetour, Salop, including the rectory of Uppyngton and a messuage in the curate's tenure,—Wombrige priory; and all possessions of Wombrige in Uppyngton.
Subject to certain specified charges. Westm., 8 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 15 April.—P.S. (injured). Pat. p. 9, m. 15.
15. John Wyseman. of Felsted, Essex. Grant, in fee, for 297l. 10s. 10d., of the reversion of a tenement called Moynes in Assheldham, and lands in the parish of St. Laurence in Assheldham, Essex, which belonged to Byleigh mon. and were granted, by pat. of 6 Dec. 31 Hen. VIII., to Hugh Carre for life. Also grant of the said tenement, &c., which are leased to Hen. Baker; and of Takeley Grange, Essex, which belonged to Tyltey mon., in tenure of Robt. Sampforde; and of Sabarhall manor, Essex, and lands in the parish of Hornedon super Montem, Essex, in tenure of John Shordon, which belonged to the New Hospital of St. Mary without Bishop-gate, London, with appurtenances of the manor in Sabarhall, Mocking, Mocking-ford, and Hornedon super Montem, Essex, in tenure of John Marshall. Westm., 9 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 15 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 16.
16. Edw. Elrington and Humph. Metcalf. Grant, in fee to the said Edward (for the site of Deney mon. and the manor of Deney and Waterbeche, Camb., the manor of Woodnorton, Norf., and other lands sold to the Crown, 16 March 35 Hen. VIII., and for 646l. 18s.) of the sites, &c., of the late priory of Black Friars in Cambridge and of the late priory of Gilbertines or White Canons near Cambridge; the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Theydon Boyes, Essex, and the manor of Walhall, Herts,—St. Bartholomew's, West Smythfeld; the inn called le Fawcon in le Peticury in St. Andrew's parish, Cambridge, in tenure of Ric. Cockman,—Barnewell priory; Christhall grange, Essex, in Christhall parish, in tenure of John Thake, the messuage, &c., called Mangers in Duxworthe parish, in tenure of John Robert or Robenet, in later clause) and the manor or grange of Chishull in Chishill, Essex, in tenure of Thos. Ward and Edw. Hagar, with pasture called Dughtwood and other lands in Christhall parish leased with the said grange,—Tyltey priory; the manor of Foxton, Camb., and the manor and rectory of Shepereth, Camb.,—Chateras priory; with the advowson of Shepereth vicarage, and the water mill in Shepereth in tenure of John Cressewell; lands (specified and tenants named) in Mulsham in Chelmesforde parish, Essex,—Bileigh abbey; Hawkeley rectory within the parish of Neweton Valence, Hants,—Edington mon., Wilts.; the manor of Pryorsden and Culmer, Hants.,—Southwike priory; and all possessions of that priory in Pryorsden and Culmere, except Stubbyngton manor in Portsey parish, Hants., in tenure of Thos. Carpenter; Abbotesburye manor, Herts.,—St. John's, Colchester; Disworth manor, Leic.,—Langley priory, Leic., with rents and services of numerous tenants named in Disworth in tenure of Thos. Grey; the site of the manor of Dicham and Sonworthe, Suss., lands called Est Chalverishe in Beriton parish, Suss. and Hants., parcel of Hethouse grange, and the demesne lands of the manor of Dicham and Sonworthe, in the parishes of Beriton and Herting, Suss. and Hants., and lands called Compton alias Westburye, Surr., in tenure of Thos. Westbroke,—Durforde priory, Suss.; the manor of Shortgrove Hall alias Shortgrove, Essex,—St. Bartholomew's, Westsmythfeld; the manor of Puttenham Prior, Surr.,—Newarke priory next Guylford; lands in Whaddon, Camb., in tenure of Wm. Newman,—Lavenclen mon., Bucks; a close called Whitewell Beche and four gardens adjoining it, late in tenure of Ric. Bayle, and a little garden with a house in it, in Clerkenwell parish, Midd., (viz. between the highway leading from Aldersgate, London, towards Iselden, on the East, and the highway leading from St. John's Street near London, on the West, a field called Nonefeld on the North and the stone wall of the late Charterhouse on the South) also a tenement and garden late in tenure of Ric. Bayle in Clerkenwell parish, viz., between the tenement of Hen. Jameson on the south and the wall of the chapel called le Pardone Chappell on the East; which premises in Clerkenwell are now leased to Thos. Chicheley,—St. John's of Jerusalem; Manton manor, Suff.,—St. John's of Jerusalem and Batisforde cammandry; the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Houghton, Linc.,—Humberston; a messuage in Normanton, Notts, in tenure of John Holton,—Durham mon. A toft in Hauerburgh, Leic., in tenure of Robt. Astell,—Pratis, Leicestr'; which toft lies in a lane in Hauerburgh called Lubnham Lane between lands in tenure of Robt. Hasilbridge on the East and Ric. Osborne on the West, Thos. Richardson on the South and the highway on the North. The chief messuage in Estnorton, Leic., in tenure of Thos. Olyver,—Launde priory; and all lands in Estnorton and Loddington, Leic., leased with it. The rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Norton, Leic.,—Oulveston; the site of Hornyngwold manor, Herts and the rectory of Hornyngwold,—Belver priory. Linc., as a cell of St. Alban's mon.; and all lands in Hornyngwold in tenure of Ant. Bevell. Messuages, &c., in Beswyke, Yorks., in tenure of Hen. Walker and Hen. Redburne,—Mountgrace mon.; a messuage in Southcave, Yorks., in tenure of Adam Carr, vicar of Sowthcave,—Byland; and a culture of the land called le Flatt in Brantingham, Yorks., containing 24ac. called Carpe Grayne, and other lands there, in tenure of Hugh Clithero,—Malton. And all lands in Theydon Boyes, Essex, in the parishes of St. Stephen and St. John in Aldenham, Herts, in Chishull and Christeshall, Camb. and Essex, in Foxton and Shepereth, Camb., in Hawkeley and Newton Valence and Pryorsden and Culmer, Hants, in Abbottesbury, Herts, Camb. and Essex, in Disworth, Leic., in Beryton and Herting, Suss. and Hants, in Newporte Ponde and Wyddington, Essex, in Puttenham Pryor, Surr., in Hiecham and Kettlebarston, Suff., in Houghton. Linc., in Norton. Leic., in Hornyngwold, Leic. (sic), and elsewhere in cos. Essex, Camb., Herts, Wilts, Hants, Leic., Suss., Surr., Suff. and Linc., which belonged to the aforesaid manors and rectories.
Also woods called Abbotescomen Wood (64 ac.) in Beryton and Harting parishes, and Westburye Wood (30 ac.) in Sandworthe parish (sic),—Durforde; Conyngre Grove (3 ac.) in Hiecham and Kettlebarston—St. John's of Jerusalem and Batisforde commandry; and Verger Grove alias le Verger alias Verges (1½ ac.) in Estnorton parish, — Pratis, Leicestr'. Westm., 14 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del, Westm., 16 April.—P.S. (injured). Pat. p. 15, m. 38.
17. Francis Albert Millonour, the King's servant. Licence to bring into the realm, for sale, "all manner of jewels, pearls, precious stones, as well set in gold and embroidered in garments as unset, all manner of goldsmiths' work of gold and silver, all manner of cloth of gold, tinsel, tissue, velvets, damask, and such other like silks, mixed with gold or silver or unmixed, all manner of furs, as sables and such like furs, cloth of arras and tapestry of silk mixed with gold or silver or with silk or otherwise, all manner of harness of what making soever they be, and also all manner of garments, as hose, doublets or other garments or things embroidered with gold or silver or silk, of what making or new fashion soever they be, and all manner sorts and making of fringes and 'passamayne' wrought with gold and silver or otherwise, all manner sorts of ribonds"; and to pass and repass with them, provided they are first brought to the King to have the first choice and sight of them. Also licence to import "all manner of caps of whatsoever foreign country making they be of." Such of the above wares as remain unsold to be exempt from customs if sent out of the realm within three months after being shown to the King. Westm., 6 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 16 April.—P.S. French roll, 36 Hen. VIII., m. 6. In English.
18. George Ludlowe, of Hill Deverell, Wilts. Grant, in fee, of 405l. 18d., of the lordship and manor of Fyfelde, Wilts and Dors., the manor of Trowe, Wilts., the advowson of Fyfeld rectory, certain woods (named) and all appurtenances of the said manors in Fyfelde, Trowe, Wilton, Sarrardeston and Brydemere, Wilts, and the isle of Purbeck, Dors.—Dertforde mon., Kent. Westm., 9 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del., Westm., 18 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 34.
19. Sir Ric. Gresham and Sir Ric Southwell. Grant (for the site and demesnes of Swyne priory, Yorks., the granges of Woolbrough, Sutton Yng, Somerganges, Lampthorpe, and Drypole and other lands in Swyne, Lampthorp, Drypole and Sutton, Yorks., which belonged to Swyne priory, Estwalton manor, Norf., and two closes called Briggehoppes and Crasshilles in Saham, Norf., late parcel of possessions of Sir Ric. Sowthwell, and all other lands sold to the Crown by indenture, and for 358l. 3s. 8¼d.) as follows:—
To Gresham, in fee, the manor of Norbury and Althurste, Chesh., and a mill in Marbury parish leased with that manor to Ric. Cholmondley, the rectory of Drayton alias Drayton in Hales, alias Magna Drayton in Hales, Salop, in tenure of John Rogers alias Usher, and the advowson of the vicarage of Drayton—Shene mon., Surr.; the manor and lordship and town of Drayton aforesaid—Cumbermere alias Cambermere mon.; the manor of Batisforde alias Badisford, Suff., and lands and rents (specified and tenants named) in Badley, Combes, Finbarow Parva, Ryngsell, Wattisham, Brissett Magna and Flokton, Suff.—Battisford preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; the manor of Thorpe in le Fallowes, Linc.—St. John's of Jerusalem and Willoughton preceptory; with pension from the rector of Thorpe. The manor of Bavent Combes, Suff., in Gresham's tenure—Dertford mon., Kent; a grange in Esthorpe, Linc., in tenure of Alex. Ampcottes—Sixhill mon., Linc., and Mattersey mon. Notts; a toft in Walton alias Welton, Linc., in tenure of John Robynson—Brodholme mon., Notts; a messuage in All Saints parish in Northstrete, York, between the messuage of Hen. Dayson, alderman, on the south and the lane going towards the water of Ewse on the north and in length from "Kynges Strete de Northstrete prædict," in front on the west to the water of Ewse at the back—Fountaunce; Toftes manor, Camb., in tenure of Thos. Baseley—Barnewell priory; Nunkeling rectory, Yorks., in Gresham's tenure, with tithes in Bewham and Nunkeling, and the advowson of the vicarage—Nunkeling priory; and all lands in Foston. Leic., which belonged to the late hospital of Southwerke in the suburbs of London, in tenure of Sir Ric. Long. Also woods called Althursthey (2 ac.) and Hamley Parke (10 ac.) in Marbury, Chesh., and Shrywood (2 ac.), St. John's Wood (5 ac.), and St. John's Grove (3 roods) in Battisforde, Suff. Also the advowsons of Foston rectory, Leic., and of the vicarages of Battisford, Suff., and Thorpe in le Fallowes, Linc. With licence to convert to his own use the said rectories of Drayton and Nunkeling.
Also grant to Sir Ric. Gresham and Sir Ric. Southwell, the King's Councillor, in fee to the latter, of the site &c. of the late preceptory of Carbroke, Norf.—St. John's of Jerusalem; with the manor and rectory of Carbroke and all lands leased with the preceptory, and woods (names and extents given) in Carbroke and the advowson of Carbroke vicarage. Westm., 9 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 18 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 24.
20. Thos. Woodhouse, the King's servant. Licence to export out of cos. Norfolk and Suffolk 2,000 qr. of malt of the King's store remaining in his keeping. Westm., 14 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 18 April.—P.S. French roll 36 Hen. VIII., m. 3. In English.
21. John Andrew, of London, yeoman. Pardon for the murder (described) and robbery of Chr. Threnfauld, servant of Wm. Arderne, in the highway at Chauldwell in the parish of Berking, Essex, on 4 Dec. 34 Hen. VIII., for which Thos. Wright, Ric. Ricknar and the said John are indicted. Westm., 1 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 18 April.—P.S.
22. John Fleeminge, a serjeant-at-arms without fee. Grant of the next room of serjeant-at-arms with 12d. a day to be void by the death of Nic. Jacson, Laur. Serle, Walter Chalcot, John Stoner or Thos. Vaughan. Westm., 16 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 18 April.—P.S.
23. Sir Thos. Seymour. To be master of the Ordnance; with 200 mks. a year, and for two men under him keeping the ordnance at Calais 8d. a day each. Pay to be from Michaelmas last in consideration that by the King's command he has occupied the office since then and has kept a clerk, yeoman and two men at Calais. Westm., 16 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 18 April.—P.S.
24. Ric. Higham, of Roydon, Essex. Grant, in fee, for 947l. 10s. 3½d., of the manor of Sampford Parva, Essex—St. John's of Jerusalem; the lordships and manors of Kateryns and Takeley, Essex, a wood called Paryngdon Woode (37 ac.) in Magna Paryngdon, Essex, and the advowson of a third part of the rectory of Magna Paryngdon—Waltham Holy Cross.
Also grant to the said Ric. and Mary his wife, in fee to the said Ric., of Netteswell manor, Essex, the wood called Netteswell Grove alias Brays Grove (4 ac.) and all appurtenances of the manor in cos. Essex and Herts, and the advowson of Netteswell rectory;—Waltham Holy Cross. Dated at———(place and date blank). Del. Westm., 18 April 35 Hen. VIII.—P.S.
25. Nic.——(blank) bp. of Worcester, Thos. bp. of Westminster, Sir Wm. Petre, King's secretary, and Wm. Horwoode, attorney general, the King's Councillors, and Thos. Robynson and Ric. Cockes, professors of Sacred Theology, and John Olyver and John Cockes, doctors of laws. Commission, at the suit of Jane Wadham alias Foster, to enquire into the validity of her marriage with John Foster and, if found valid, to compel him to restore her to conjugal rights. Issued in lieu of a commission (recited) of 11 June 33 Hen. VIII., to Cuthbert bp. of Durham and others, which, owing to the continued absence of some of the commissioners, took no effect. Del. Westm., 19 April (no year named).—S.B. Enrolled in an imperfect form, omitting the names of the commissioners, in pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 15, m. 29.
26. Sir George Harbart, the King's servant, Grant for 152l. 18d. of Cogau manor, co. Glam., which belonged to Jasper duke of Bedford, with full rights as enjoyed by the said Duke, or Edw. late earl of Warwick, or Margaret late countess of Sarum, attainted. Westm., 9 April 85 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 19 Arpil.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 19.
27. Barth. Hussey and Mary his wife and Frances Knyghtley. Livery of lands of the said Mary and Frances as two of the five sisters and co-heirs of Sir Edm. Knyghtley, dec. Del. Westm., 20 April 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Wm. lord St. John, J. Hynde and John Sewster.) Pat. p. 13, m. 27.
28. Ric. Higham. Grant, in fee, for 692l. 15s., of the lordship and manor of Northwelde alias Northwelde Basset, Essex, parcel of possessions of Margaret late countess of Sarum, attainted, with lands called Welde Parke alias Northwelde Parke. Westm., 8 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 20 April.—P.S.
29. Thos. Bowyer, of London, grocer, and Joan his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Thos., for 449l. 10s., of Northmundham manor, Suss., the rectories and advowsons of rectories and churches of Northmundham and Hunston, Suss., lands in tenure of Wm. Burwest alias Burrishe alias Burwyche, in Oving, Suss., lands late in tenure of Wm. Heywarde and now of Thos. Mere in Elbrudge in Ovinge parish, and woods called Northmundham Grove, Howe Grove and Eipston Grove in Northmundham—Boxgrave Priory; and all possessions of Boxgrave in Northmundham, Hunston and Kipston alias Kitston, Suss. Also tithes in Offam in Southstoke parish, Suss., commonly called Rongton porcion—and all tithes in Southstoke and Rongton, commonly called Romton Suss.—Brewton abbey, Soms. Westm., 13 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 21 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 29.
30. Chr. Lidcote, one of the Gentlemen Pensioners. Grant, for life, of a tenement in the parish of St. Michael in Bassinges Hawe, London, which, by pat. of 9 April 7 Hen. VIII., now surrendered, was granted for life to Ric. Justice (viz. a tenement which John Knolles, serjeant of the Bakehouse, then a yeoman of the Pantry, and Sir Edm. Hampton had received from King Henry VII. as forfeited by the attainder of Sir Ric. Charleton). Westm., 15 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 21 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 43.
31. Nic. Snell, of Myhelkington, Wilts. Grant, in fee, for 803l. 17s. 2¼d., of Kington manor, Wilts., and a wood of 220 ac. called Haywoodd—Glastonbury. Westm., 15 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 21 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 43.
32. Thos. Carter, of London, fishmonger. Grant, in fee, for 102l., of a tenement in tenure of Wm. Hamcottes, lying in St. Magnus parish, London, near London bridge, between the gate called Oyster Gate on the east and a tenement of St. Mary Overey's in which Robt. Hardiogton dwells on the west; also a tenement in tenure of Chr. Bussher, in the same parish—St. Mary Overey's. Westm., 9 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm. 21 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 18.
33. Thos. Cornewall. Grant, in fee, for 307l., of the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Stebbyng, Essex—St. John's of Jerusalem. Westm., 13 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 21 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 19.
34. Licences to alienate lands (fn. 9) :—
Sir John Gostwyke to Edm. Warner alias Butler. Messuage, &c., in the parish of St. Nicholas Oleff, London, late in tenure of Ralph Symondes—Christchurch, London. (1st.) P. 18, m. 5.
The same to Wm. Ardryn. Pasture called Wetherswell in Cardyngton and Wylshamsted parishes, Beds, late in tenure of the said Ardryn—Wardon mon. (1st.) P. 18, m. 7.
Thos. Hobson, for a threefold alienation (1) to John Mylle and Ric. Mylle his son. Haywood manor in Bolder parish, Hants, and a tenement called Saynt Denys Olde House in Frenchestrete in the parish of St. Michael in the town of Southampton, and 3 ac. of land in Howndwell Felde in the parish of All Saints, Southampton. (2) to John Mylle and John Mylle his son. Manor of Colbery in Elyng parish, Hants, and two messuages in the parish of Holy Cross, Southampton, on the west side of Englyschestrete. (3) to the said John Mylle. A corner messuage with a garden on the west side of Abovebarrestrete in All Saints parish, Southampton, and a garden on the east side of the same street in the same parish, and another garden adjoining it in the parish of Holy Cross on the west side of Englyshestrete, now in tenure of Thos. Wells, jun., and Marg. his wife. (4th.) P. 18. m. 4.
The same to Thos. Pace. Two messuages and a garden on the east side of Englyshestrete in All Saints parish. Southampton, in tenure of Ric. Dowce and Simon Pycarde. (4th.) P. 18, m. 5,
The same to John Capleyne. Free rent of 6d. and service from land called le Mounte in All Saints parish, Southampton, and seven messuages with gardens on the east side of Englyshestrete in the parishes of Holy Cross and St. Lawrence (tenants named. (4th.) P. 18, m. 5.
Wm Lambe, of London, to Thos. Holbecke and Eliz. his wife, in fee to the said Thos. Two tenements in tenure of Thos. Holbecke and Thos. Machyn in the parish of St. Dunstan in Fletestrete (position described)—St. John's of Jerusalem. (10th.) P. 13, m. 12.
Sir Edw. Wotton and Mary Dannet, widow, to Ant. Cooke. Two parts of the manor of Mascalles Bury, Essex. (10th.) P. 18, m. 9.
Thos. Mayle to John Woodwarde. Lands in Camme, Glouc., called Lesses, in tenure of Walter Woodwarde—Kyngton mon., Soms. (12th.) P. 12, m. 18.
Humph. Tyrrell to Sir Ralph Warren, alderman. Moiety of Bekenham manor and of lands (extent given) in Bekynham, Kent, and of the advowson of Bekenham church. (12th.) P. 18, m. 10.
Sir Thos. Wriothesley lord Wriothesley to John White, clk., warden of the college of St. Mary near Winchester, and the scholars there. Site, &c., of the college or chapel of St. Elizabeth, daughter of the King of Hungary, founded in the meadows of St. Stephen before the door of the castle or palace of the bp. of Winchester at Wolvesey near Winchester, Hants, with certain lands (named) there. (14th.) P. 11, m. 20.
Rowland Hyll to Thos. Colye and Magdalen his wife, in fee to the said Thos. Reversion of a messuage, &c., in tenure of George Kynge, fabrilignarius, of London, in Sylverstrete, London—Christchurch priory, London. (18th.) P. 18, m.7.
443. Undated Grants of 35 Henry VIII.
1. Sir Thomas Seymer. To be, in the event of disease or death of Sir John Wallop, chief captain and leader of the forces which the King, in accordance with his treaty with Charles Emperor of the Romans, sends to the aid of the Emperor's dominions in Lower Germany, and of which, by pat. 7 July 35 Hen. VIII., he has appointed Wallop to be chief captain. No note of delivery. S.B. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 1. Rymer, XV. 2.
2. Margaret lady Tailboys, widow, late wife of George lord Tailboys, dec. Custody of lands in Burghe, Freston Ilgolmelles and elsewhere in Lincolnshire which belonged to Ant. Tottoft, dec., and are in the King's hands by the minority of Charles Tottoft, s. and h. of the said Ant.; with wardship and marriage of the heir. Pat. 35 Hen, VIII., p. 4, m. 26.
The P.S. for this, dated 16 June, is noticed in Vol. XVIII. Pt. i. No. 802 (52).
3. Will. Cobbe and Dorothy his wife. Commencement of a grant for 91l., of Wolverton Manor, Norf., which belonged to Shuldham priory, and is leased to the said Wm. Pat. p. 9, m. 30.
4. Florentius Semar, clk., a native of the Emperor's dominions. Denization Westm., 28 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. No date of delivery.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 12. (Undated.)
5. Ric. Asser, yeoman of the Guard. Fee of 6d. a day for life. Westm., 28 April 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm. —— (blank space for the day).—P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 2. (Undated.)
6. Wm. Archer, a yeoman of the Guard. Lease of the manor of Helston Tony, Cornw., parcel of Warwickes landes; for 21 years; at 5l. 16s. 4d. rent and 6s. increase. No note of delivery.—S.B. (Signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle.) Pat. p. 15, m. 19.
7. Ireland. Commission to Sir Ant. Seyntleger, Deputy, John Alen, Chancellor, Wm. Brabason, Vice-treasurer, and Sir Thos. Cusake, Master of the Rolls, to sell wardships and marriages of wards and make 21 years' leases of the King's "waste grounds, lands, tenements and hereditaments" not at present let to farm. No note of delivery.—S.B. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 16, m. 2. In English.
8. Thos. Hennage, esq. Annuity of 7l. out of lands in Hertfordshire which belonged to Wm. Emerson, dec, and are in the King's hands by minority of Ric. Emerson, s. and h. of the said Wm.; with wardship and marriage of the said heir. Westm., 28 Jan. 35 Hen. VIII. No date of delivery.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 2. (Undated.)
9. Oliver Hyde and Thomasina his wife, and Wm. Hyde and Thos. Davy. Pardon for alienation by fine and recovery, without licence, by the said Wm. and Thos., of a moiety of Newlandhall manor, Essex; to the said Oliver and Thomasina for life, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Oliver. Westm. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 18, m. 2.
10. Licences to alienate lands (fn. 10) :—
Ant Ellys and Anne his wife to Hen. Fyssher. Two messuages, &c., in Muston and Stanwiche, Leic. and Linc., in the several tenures of Wm. Brighouse and Eliz. Dalby. Westm. P. 2, m. 6.
John Seyntleger, the King's servant, to Sir Hugh Pollerd. House, &c., and demesne lands, named, of the late mon. of Torre in Torre Mowen, Devon, in tenure of the said Sir Hugh, a wood there called Walden Copp, and all woods granted in pat. of 10 June last to the said John. Westm. (Undated, with marginal note "caret teste in papiro.") P. 2, m. 17.
Ric. Andrews of Hayles, Glouc., and Nic. Temple to John Robyns. Lands (specified, and tenants named) in Craneham alias Craneham Superior, Glouc., within the lordship of Througham, Glouc.—Cirencester mon.; and in Brokethorp, Glouc.—Lanthony priory; and in Westrode within the lordship of Througham.—Cirencester. P. 5, m. 19.
The same to Wm. Gardener. Messuage, &c., in tenure of Wm. Gardener and Joan his wife and Wm. Gardener, their son, in Pytchecombe, Glouc.—St. Peter's mon., Gloucester. P. 5, m. 23.
The same to Thos. Robertes. Lands (specified, and tenants named) in Normore, Calverbrugefurlong, Trudworth. in the parish of St. Mary de Lode, Gloucester—Gloucester, parcel of the demesne lands, of Barton Abbatis, co. city of Gloucester— St. Peter's mon. P. 6. m. 28.
The same to Roger Grenehalgh. Messuage called Bothe Withe in Selston. Notts, in tenure of Ric. Howson and Eliz. his wife; Terlyng,———(day blank). Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 6, m. 30.
The same to Wm. Broke, of Kyrkedale. and Wm. Broke his son. Grange called Sowaley Cote alias Sewnley Cote beside (juxta) the lordship of Welbourne in Kyrkedale parish, Yorks., in tenure of Isabella Walker, widow, and other lands (named) leased with the said grange of Sownleycote (sic)—Rivalx mon. P. 10, m. 15.
The same to Humph. Watkyns. Holwall manor, Soms., and a wood of 10 ac. called Brokhyll Wood alias Thatchyns Wood in Holwall—Abbottesbury mon., Dors. P. 12, m. 8.
Sir John Williams and Ant. Stringar to Ric. Mayoo alias Nichols of Helmenden. Lands (specified and tenants named) in Sigresham, Ntht.,—Pratis, Leicester; and in Helmenden. Ntht.,—Canons Assheby, Nuneaton and Bitlesden. P. 5, m. 22.
The same to Hugh Taylour and Fulk Buttrey. All lands in Middelton Chenduyte, Ntht., which belonged to Shene priory, Surr., except a pension of 52s. out of the rectory. P. 12, m. 7.
The same to Sir Ric. Lyster. Lands in the town and borough of New Alresford, Hants, in tenure of John Sutton—Southwyke mon. Westm., —— (day blank). P. 13, m, 12.
Thos. Holte to Geo. Syngylton. Manor or grange of Staynynges, Lanc., and a mill in Staynyng— Whalley. Terlyng, —— (blank). P. 5, m 36.
The same to Laur. Ireland. Counscough manor, Lanc. — Cokersand mon.; and lands in Lydyatte leased with the said manor to John Ketchyng, and all lands in Counscough, Lydyatte and Gellynge granted to Thos. Holt by pat. dated Terlyng, 1 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Terlyng,—— (day blank). P. 6. m. 23.
Ric. Andrewes, of Hayles, Glouc., to Thos Riggys, of Fulbek, Linc., and Joan his wife, in fee to the said Thos. Meadow of 30 ac. in tenure of Hugh Preste in Cathorp, Linc.,—Kirkestede abbey. Terlyng, —— (day blank). P. 6, m. 30.
Ric. Mayoo alias Nichols, of Helmenden, Ntht., to Geo. Browne, of Falcott, Ntht. Lands (tenants named) in Sigresham—Pratis, Leicester. P. 12, m. 8.
Ric. Andrewes and Wm. Romsden to Ric. Speyght and Ric. his son. Medley close in Osset Sandes beside Heaton in Dewesbury parish, in tenure of Wm. Medeley—Kirkstall. P. 12, m 9.
The same to Hugh Sayvell. Lands in Wyndhyll, Wolley and Darton, Yorks., in tenure of Thos. Woddroffe—Byland; and a tenement called Priorhouse in Thornes besides Wakefeld in the tenure of John Bradford—Monkebretton. P. 12, m. 9.
The same to Arthur Kaye of Woodsome, Yorks. Lyngarthez manor, Yorks., in tenure of several tenants, named, with appurtenances in Lyngarthez in the parishes of Almondbury and Hudderfeld, Yorks.—Kirkstall; lands in tenure of Wm. Clayton and all other lands in Denby in Heaton parish,—Kyrkleis priory; and the grange of Denby and lands leased with it to John Clayton in Denby, Clayton, Whyteley, Breretwesyll and Flocton in Heaton, Thornell and Elmeley, Yorks., and woods called Frere Parke and Hooleryde Wood in Denby—Byland. P. 12, m. 10.
The same to Thos. Sayvell, of Eclysley, Yorks. Ardysley manor, Yorks., and numerous lands (specified and tenants named) in Ardysley in Darfeld parish—Monkbretton. P. 12, m. 10.
The same to Marm. Rayner. Tenement called Siclebones and other lands (specified, and tenants named) in Leversage and Hekynwyke, in Brystall parish, Yorks.—Kyrkeleyes priory; and lands in Bristall parish—St. Oswald's mon. Yorks. P. 12, m. 12.
Ric. Yate to Edm. Sutton. Two salt-houses containing 10 leads, &c., and the moiety of a house at the bridge end in Northewiche, in his occupation in Northewiche, Chesh.—Whalleye abbey. Westm.,———(day blank). P. 12, m. 16.
Thos, Spylman and Isabella his wife, to Thos. Rolf. Site of the house of the late Friars Minors in Canterbury and two messuages, &c., in the parishes of All Saints, St. Peter, St. Mildred and St. Margaret there. Westm.,—————(day blank). P. 12, m. 17.
John Cokkes to Ric. Callard and Wm. Heyes and the heirs male of the body of the said Wm., with contingent remainder to George Heyes and his heirs. Close of 40 ac. called lez Hides, and lands of 20 ac. called Weringes Landes in Iselsden parish, Midd., in tenure of the said Callard—Clerkenwell mon. P. 12, m. 17.
Sir John Rogers to John Morgan, to the use of the said Sir John and Kath. his wife and the heirs of the said Sir John. Pymperne manor Dors., lands in tenure of John Selby in Pymperne, and wood called Shawe Wood (10 ac.) in Pympern—Bremmer priory, Dors. (sic). Westm.,———(day blank). P. 12, m. 21.
John Werberton to Henry Bunberye and his heirs. Manor or grange of Stany Magna, Chesh., with lands specified and tenants named in Stany Magna, and woods called Grange Wood (14 ac.) and the Intak with a raka called Flyndall Rake (8 ac.)—Whalley. P. 12 m. 22.
444. Grants in April 1544, 36 Henry VIII.
1. Wm. Whorwod, attorney general. Grant, in fee, for 400l. 5s., of the manor of Dedlewyke alias Dudlewyke, Salop— Shrewsbury mon.; with appurtenances in Stoterton alias Stotesdon alias Stotesdon, Salop, in tenure of Andrew Dalowe, and lands in Stoterton parish and in Loughton in the parish of Chatton alias Chetton (described, and many tenants named), with appurtenances in these places and in Hynton, Salop; and the advowsons of Stoterton vicarage and Farlowe chapel. Greenwich, 23 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 25 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 5.
2. Signor Marcus Grimani, patriarch of Aquileia. Safe-conduct to visit the King by way of Calais, provided that within the King's dominions he shall not "use, practise, occupy or exercise any manner office, authority, power or jurisdiction of the bishop or see of Rome, neither by blessing, wearing of cardinal's, legate's or patriarch's hat, cap, garments, nor having any pillars, crosses or other sign or token of cardinals, legate or patriarch borne before him or otherwise set forth or shown, and shall not, himself nor any of his servants, during the time of his passage, do or cause to be done any manner thing or things hurtful or prejudicial to us or our subjects, to our prerogative or laws and statutes of this our realm, upon pain of forfeiture of this our safe-conduct, the same nevertheless to extend to him or them so offending and to none others" provided also that he enter this realm within 30 days from this date. The preamble states that when lately in Scotland, he wrote for and obtained safe-conduct to repair to the King (having seen all the rest of the princes of Christendom) but did not come within the time limited, and that he has since renewed his suit. Del. Westm., 25 April 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. In English.
3. Bpric. of Rochester. Congé d' élire to the dean and chapter of Rochester upon the translation of their bp. to the bpric. of Worcester. Greenwich, 23 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 6. Rymer, XV. 22.
4. Kath. Addington. widow, and Thos. Addington, her son. Grant, in fee, for 1,549l. 14s. 10d., of the lordship and manor of Harlowe alias Harlowebury and the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Harlowe, Essex—Bury St. Edmund's mon.; with the fairs in Harlowe and all appurtenances; and the manor of Aldresbroke and mansion called Aldresbroke in Littell Ilforde, Essex, and certain lands, described, there and in Wansted, which belonged to Giles Heron, attainted. Greenwich, 23 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 7.
5. Wm. Daunce, of Cayshobere, Herts, alias late of Cannons, Midd., alias of London. Pardon of all treasonable words against the King's supremacy, concealments of treason, and treasonable conversations with John More or others concerning the King, the kingdom and certain prophecies; with restoration of goods. Greenwich, 24 April 36 Hen, VIII. Del. Westm., 26 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 32.
6. John More of Chelsith, Midd., alias of Bamburgh, Yorks., alias of London. Pardon of all treasonable words with the detestable traitors, John Eldryngton, Germain Gardyner, John Bekynsale, John Heywood, Wm. Daunce, John Larke, clk., John Irelande, clk., Roger Irelande, clk., and any others, in wishing ill to the King and arguing against the King's supremacy, and all concealments of treasons, of which he has been accused; with restoration of goods. Greenwich, 24 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 32.
7. Sir Chr. Morrys. To be lieutenant general of the Ordnance in England, for life, with 100 mks. a year from Mich. last. Greenwich, 23 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 16.
8. John ap Rice, of London. Grant, in fee, for 770l. 21d., of the reversion of the lordships or manors of Thyngell, etc., leased inter alia to him' for 50 years by pat. of 8 June 32 Hen. VIII. and grant of the annual rent of 40l.11s. 11d., parcel of the rent of 60l. reserved upon that lease (the site of the priory of St. Guthlac beside Hereford. &c., and the rent of 44s. 9d. parcel of the said 60l. having been already granted to him, in fee, by pat. of 13 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII.); and grant of the said lordships and manors of Thingill, Felton, Hynton, Priorshoppe, Monketon, Luyd Prior, Priorsfrome, Ledon, Russhoke, and Balingeham, with their appurtenances in Thingill, Ledon, Felton, Westhope, Hope Duddall, Angebury, Hakley, Hynton, Oclepichard, Monketon, Shutton, Luyd, Prioursfrome, Dormyngton, Russhoke, Balingeham, Homelacye, Ledbury, Bodneham, Lugwarden, Wigmershemore, Webley, and Garneston, Heref., in Payneswyck, Templegiting, Parva Wormyngton, Wynston, Stretton juxta Cicestr', Cotes and Eggesworth, Glouc., in Bytterley, Salop, in Kyngton, Worc., in Brewood and Moneford, Staff., or elsewhere, all possessions of the late priory of St. Guthlac, as a cell of St. Peter's mon. Gloucester, in these places. Greenwich, 24 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Greenwich, 28 April.—P.S. (Injured.) Pat. p. 12, m. 37. (Injured).
9. Sir John Russell, K.G., lord Russell and keeper of the Privy Seal. Annuity of 20l. out of the manors of Thurshalton, Willesworthy and Stokedamerell, Devon, which belonged to John Wise, dec., and are in the King's hands by the minority of John Wyse, kinsman and next heir of the said John, viz. s. and h. of Jas. Wise, s. and h, apparent of John Wise, sen.; with wardship and marriage of the said heir. Westm., 19 April 35 Hen VIII. Del. Westm., 28 April. — P.S. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 16, m. 18.
10. Ric, Morysine. Grant, in fee, for 587l. 5s., of the rents reserved upon a grant in tail male to him, by pat. 15 March 32 Hen. VIII., of the late preceptory or hospital of St. Wulstan in Worcester and the manor of Chadswick, Worc., with the appropriate rectories of Claynes and Croule and the chapel of St. Godwald, Worc., thereto belonging; and of the late hospital of St. James beside Northallverton, Yorks., and manor of Elerbeke, Yorks., thereto belonging, with the appropriate churches of Northotrington and Thorneton, Yorks. With all appurtenances of St. James's in Northallverton, Brompton, Romondbie, Northotrington, Fulkholme, Thimbley, Thornton in the Beans, Thornton in the Street, Thornton in the Moor, Osmondersley and Elerbeke, Yorks., and in Tisley alias Twysselles, Bornholme alias Brunholme, Langnewton and Newbigging, Dham.; and of St. Wulstan's in Worcester, Hartilburye, Severnestoke, Clifton super Tede, Alfrestone, Hodington, Wittenton, Chaddeswiche, Croulye and Claynes, Worc., in Higgeleye, Salop., and in Stratford, Warw., at 40l. rent. And grant of all the premises, at 7l. 14s. 11d. rent for St. Wulstan's and 5l. 6s. 1d. for St. James's. Greenwich, 23 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 24, m.2.
11. Hen. Cole, of London, clk. Pardon of all treasonable journeys to and from Rome with the detestable traitor Reginald Pole, late dean of Exeter, all dealings and conversations with Pole at Rome and elsewhere, hearing and discussing a question of Pole's of high treason against the King, accompanying Pole from Rome to Paris, and sending to Pole (then being at Rome and Paris) a certain medicine for the healing of his eye, also of all dealings with Michael Throgmerton, a false traitor, at Paris and elsewhere, and carrying of messages, letters and other tokens from the said Michael to persons in England, and generally of all treasons; with restoration of goods. Greenwich, 24 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Greenwich, 28 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 27, m. 17.
12. Robert Bocher, groom of the Privy Chamber, Augustine Porter of Belton, Linc., and Wm. Porter, his son. Grant, in survivorship, of the reversion and rent of lands granted by pat. 7 March 29 Hen. VIII. to the said Robert for life, viz. a barn called Westhouses in Westgate, in Grantham, Linc., and lands called Erlesfelde and Jackson Close, in reversion after Jas. Carter, who then held them under a lease from Sir John Hussey late lord Husey, attainted (the reversion of which lands had been already granted to Roger Radclyff, then deceased), and of other lands granted to the said Robert for life by pat. 12 March 34 Hen. VIII., viz. the field called Erlesfelde in Grantham which belonged to the said lord Husey, Greenwich, 24 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 27, m. 15.
13. Henry Mannoke. To be captain of Hareway bulwark in Olderkyrke parish, marches of Calais, vice John Hubberden, resigned, with 2s. a day for himself and 6d. each for two men under him. 26 April 36 Hen. VIII. (no place named). Del. Westm., 28 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 27, m. 20. In English.
14. George Owen, of London. Grant, in fee, for 100l., of the late hospital or house of St. John Baptist without Ratclyff Gate, Bristol, Soms., with its manors of Butcome alias Budcome, and Fryrenboroughe in Faronboroughe, Soms., a barn in Bakwill, Soms., a moiety of Bakwill rectory and the advowsons of Butcome rectory and Bakwill vicarage, and all appurtenances in Butcome, Bakwill, Faroughboroughe, Thrubwell, Bakwill, Dundry, Bisshopworthe alias Busshport, Beadmynster, Knoll, Wrington, Chuton, Nempnet, Eston in Gorden, Hasill, Westharpetery, Hogrove and Almysbery alias Amesbury, Glouc. and Soms., except lands within Bristol already granted by letters patent; with all rights enjoyed by Ric. Bromfeld, last master of the said hospital. Annual value 30l. 9s. 9d., rent 3l. 12d. Greenwich, 23 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Greenwich, 29 April.—P.S. Pat p. 27, m 3.
15. John earl of Oxford and Dorothy his wife. Grant, in fee to the said earl (in exchange for the manors of Dovorcourte (?) Harwiche, Magna Okeley, Parva Okeley, Skighawe, Moose and Beamonde, the rectory of Dovorcourte and chapel of Harwiche, Essex, and the manor of Eton Hastynges alias Water Eton, Berks, and for 1,719l. 19s. 11½d.), of (1) the lordships and manors of Lammershe and Colnewake, Essex, which belonged to the late duke of Richmond and Somerset and formerly to Margaret countess of Richmond and Derby, the King's grandmother, with certain mills and lands in Lammershe and Colnewake, and the advowsons of the churches of Lammershe and Colnewake (and appurtenances there and in Magna and Parva Henney, as appears in tenure clause); (2) the lordship or manor of Estbergholte alias Estbarholte, Suff., which belonged to Basforde preceptory and to St. John's of Jerusalem (except the advowson of the church of Braham alias Brantham and chapel of Bergholte alias Estbergholte, Suff.).
Also grant, in fee to the said earl, of (1) the lordships and manors of Thornecombe, Devon—Forde mon.; and of Fowleswike alias Fulleswyke, Crudwell. and Escote, Wilts—Malmesbury mon.; and the manor of Bursbes alias Burses, Essex, (in Thundersley, as appears in a later clause)—St. Mary's hospital without Bishopsgate, London; with the advowsons of Thornecombe vicarage—Forde; and of Crudwell rectory—Malmesbury; and a rent of 4l, out of Thornecombe vicarage—Forde. (2) Tithes late in tenure of Sir Ric. Pollard, dec, in Thornecombe— Forde; and firewood out of Braden wood, Wilts—Malmesbury. (3) The lordships and manors of Huysshe Champflour alias Huysshe Champslour, Soms., which belonged to Henry marquis of Exeter, attainted; and of Christmalforde alias Christian Malforde. Wilts—Glastonbury; the advowson of the rectory of Huysshe Champflour, which belonged to the marquis; and the woods called Mylkeshams Copices and Estwoode (290 ac.) in Christmalforde—Glastonbury. (4) Lands called Alburne medes, Lytelthanke, Drove and Westbaron in Wytham, Soms., and many other lands there (named, and tenants named)—Wytham priory. (5) Lands (named, and tenants named) in Wythycombe, Soms.—Clyve. (6) The island called Brounkesey, Dors.—Cerne. (7) Lands called Monkedowne and other lands (tenants named) in Colchester, Essex, formerly farmed by Wm. Tey, dec., and a messuage called Abbottes in Lawford:, Essex—St. John's, Colchester. (8) The lordship and manor of Myleende alias Myleende Hall, Essex,—Thomas earl of Essex, attainted, and previously to St. Osithe's mon. (9) The farm of Stafferdell, in Stafferdell, Soms., in tenure of Nic. Fitzjames, and certain lands and woods (named) there—Taunton priory. (10) The advowson for the prebend of Gyllynghain, Dors., of the rectory of Braham alias Brantham and chapel of Bergholte alias Estbergholte, Suff., and of the rectory of Magna Horkesley, Essex. Greenwich, 23 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. [Westm.], 29 April.—P S. (Slightly injured at commencement.) Pat. p. 27, m. 5.
16. George Owen, of London. Grant, in fee, of all lands in the city and suburbs of Bristol which belonged to the late hospital or house of St. John Baptist without Ratclyff Gate there, except the site, &c., of the said house; with all rights enjoyed by Ric. Bromfeld, last master there; annual value 23l. 11s., rent 47s. 1¾d. On condition of providing a priest resident in the said city to preach eight times a year (twice in every three months) and pray for the souls of the King and his successors, paying him a yearly salary of 12l. and providing him with a suitable house, and also of maintaining three poor men of the said city, to pray as above, providing them with suitable houses. Greenwich, 23 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Greenwich, 29 April. Pat. p. 27, m. 21.
17. James Nedeham. Warrant to the General Surveyors and to the auditors of accounts of paymasters, clerks and surveyors of building to allow all his accounts since 4 Oct. 24 Hen. VIII. (when he was appointed clerk and surveyor of the King's works in England, as largely as Hen. Smythe and Thos. Flower held the said offices) and his wages of 2s. a day for himself, 6d. a day for his clerk, 4s. a day for riding costs, 20d. a day for going by water from London to Westminster or Greenwich, and all other necessary charges. Greenwich, 25 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 29 April. — P.S. Pat. p. 27, m. 22. In English.
18. Wm. Boyro, clk. Presentation to the church of Bleseworthe, Peterb. dioc., void by death. Greenwich, 23 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 30 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 22, m. 25.
19. Thos. Moyle, an officer of the King's ewery (aquariœ nostrœ). To be steward of the town of Rosure alias Newburghe. co. Anglesey (having also the farm there and the office called Goythy Porthe there, vice David Holland, dec., at the same rent), with fees of 6l. 13s. 4d. Greenwich, 23 April 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 30 April.—P.S. Pat. p. 23, m. 3.
20. Licences to alienate lands (fn. 11) :—
Sir Ric. Ryche to Sir William Peter and Anne his wife, in fee to the said Sir Wm. Westlandes and Westlande Grove in the parish of Gyngmowntney, Essex. in tenure of Thos. Lorten. (24th.) P. 18, m. 39.
Sir Thos. Darcy to Robt. Fannyng. Messuage, &c., in Althorne and Mayland, Essex. (24th.) P. 25, m. 7.
Francis earl of Huntingdon and Katharine his wife to Sir Robt. Southwell, of Marworth, Master of the Rolls. Manors of Chippynham and Rowdon. (24th.) P. 25, m. 29.
Thos. Smyth. Pardon for the acquisition without licence, from Ric. Markham, of lands in Longbenyngton and Westbrugh, Linc., which Markham lately had from Oliver Leder, except a grange called "the Graunge Closse" and other lands named in Benyngton. (25th.) P. 23, m. 30.
Robt. Morwent, clk., to John Boldey, clk., and Thos. Slater, clk. Meadow called Rewley Mede (boundaries given) — Rewley mon., Oxon. (26th.) P. 3, m. 26.
Sir Ric. Gresseham to Sir Rol. Hill. Manor of Norburye and Althurste, Chesh., and a mill in Marbury parish, Chesh., in tenure of the executors of Ric. Cholmondley; the rectory of Drayton alias Drayton in Hales, Salop, in tenure of John Rogers alias Usher, and the advowson of the vicarage of Drayton—Shene; the manor, lordship and town of Drayton alias Drayton in Hales, alias Magna Drayton in Hales, Salop—Cumbermere alias Cambermere, Chesh.; and the woods called Althursthey (2 ac.) and Hanley Parke (10 ac.) in Marbury parish, Chesh. (26th.) P. 15, m. 26.
Edw. Elryngton and Humph. Metcalf to Maurice Denys. Close called Whitwelbech, late in tenure of Ric. Bayly, in Clarkenwell parish, and a garden and tenement there (boundaries given), leased to Thos. Chicheley—St. John's of Jerusalem; granted to the said Edw. and Humph, by pat. of 16 April 35 Hen. VIII. (26th.) P. 25, m. 49.
The same to Thos. Poley, of London. Manor of Manton, Suff., with appurtenances in Hyecham and Kettelbarston, and a wood called Conyngre Grove (3 ac.) there — St. John's of Jerusalem and Batisford commandry; granted to the said Edw. and Humph, by pat. of 16 April 35 Hen. VIII. (26th.) P. 25, m, 50.
John Cleyton alias Clutton to John Tynbery. Site, &c., of the late mon. of Athelney. Soms., in tenure of Sir John Tutchett lord Audeley, and the lands (specified) in the parish of Ling, Saint Mighelles Borough and elsewhere, Soms., leased with it. (27th.) P. 23, m. 30.
John Poulett and Anne his wife and Hen. Wylloughby to Thos. Poulett, George Poulett. Ric. Pexall and Giles Poulett, in fee to the said Thomas. Manor of Langton Walysshe and lands in Langton Walysshe, Dors., and the manors of Heryng and Sellyng, Kent, and lands in Herynge, Sellyng and Romney Marshe, Kent, (28th.) P. 19, m. 16.
Wm. Brystowe to Thos. Stephins. Pasture called le Farmors Downe in Luddington, Wilts, as bounded by fixed stones called leez Mere stones specified in an indenture between Brystowe and Stephins. (29th.) P. 3, m. 29.
Sir Edw. Northe to Ric Taverner and Margaret his wife. Manor of Woodeton alias Woodeton Milton, and the advowson of the rectory of Woodeton alias Wodeton alias Woodeaton, Oxon, and all lands which belonged to Eyneshsm mon. there. (30th.) P. 2, m. 45.
Wm. Bassett and Katharine his wife to Jas. Gunter, of London. Manor of Walton Kaerdiff alias Waltonbassett, Glouc. (30th.) P. 23, m. 29.

Footnotes

1 The letter from Lord Eure, which is also at Longleat, mentions another enclosure, from Alex. Pringle.—Hamilton Papers, II., p. 723.
2 See No. 396.
3 La Chapelle.
4 Apparently the dean of Gloucester, William Jennings.
5 La Chapelle.
6 Date, except of place, omitted in Epp. Reg. Sc.
7 Blank in MS.
8 Sheriff from Nov. 1543 to 1544.
9 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 35 Hen. VIII.
10 Enrolled on the Patent Roll of 35 Henry VIII.
11 All are dated at Westminster. In this abstract the day of the month is given in parentheses before the reference to the part and membrane of the Patent Roll of 36 Henry VIII.