Henry VIII
November 1520

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'Henry VIII: November 1520', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 3: 1519-1523 (1867), pp. 382-398. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=91056 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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3 Nov.
Lamb. M.S.
616, f. 43.
St. P. II. 57.
1037. SURREY to WOLSEY.
Desmond and Ormond have been reconciled. Has discharged fifty of the horsemen that came with Sir John Bulmer, "which were no worse in appearance than they be in deed." Horse meat is scanty, and it is better to keep good horsemen in this country than such rascal as the others were. Begs that thanks may be sent to Ormond, as he is a wise man and hath a true English heart. Has licensed Sir John Bulmer to depart, on account of his sickness. Wants money. Surrey, the treasurer and all the captains in the King's retinue have not 20l. among all. Dublin, 3 Nov. Signed.
Add.
3 Nov.
R. O.
1038. The VICE-DEAN and CHAPTER of OUR LADY'S CHURCH, ANTWERP, to QUEEN KATHERINE.
Have already written to the King in behalf of Alfred Rawson, merchant of England, who has fled to their church for safety, being unable to pay his debts, either to the crown, Thos. Hannayge his master, or any other of his creditors. Asks her to persuade the King to allow him to return and endeavor to mend his fortunes. Antwerp, 3 Nov. 1520.
Lat., p. 1. Add. and endd.
5 Nov.1039. ABBEY OF OSOLVESTON, Linc. dioc.
Leicestershire.—Restitution of the temporalities on election of John Slaweston as abbot. Westm., 5 Nov.
ii. Similar writs for Lincolnshire and Rutland.
Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 8.
5 Nov.1040. ABBEY OF MIDDELTON.
Inspeximus and confirmation to the abbot, prior and convent, of pat. 2 Hen. VII., inspecting for Wm. abbot, and the prior and convent of Middelton, the following documents; viz.,
i. Pat. 19 Hen. VI., inspecting other documents confirming grants to the abbey.
ii. Pat. 2 Hen. VII., exemplifying, at the request of Wm., then abbot, the enrolment of pat. 22 May 25 Hen. VI., being also a grant to the abbey.
Westm., 5 Nov.
Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 16, 17.
6 Nov.
R. O.
1041. SIR RICHARD JERNINGHAM to HENRY VIII.
The French king came to Blaysse, 26 Oct. On "Halomes Evyn" a gentlewoman of his mother's died of the great sickness, and he removed the same night to Amboys, where he will remain till 1 Dec., and then go to Lyons and Milan. Francis is much pleased with the news brought from Henry by Mons. de Rochepott. He has also heard that the Great Turk is dead of the great sickness in the town where he slew his father. Although Henry hears the Spanish news from the ambassador of the king of the Romans, thinks it as well to send the news current here. The Admiral tells him that the mutiny in Spain is not yet appeased, and that the king of the Romans had sent pardons to the offenders, and wished to appoint two new governors, the constable of Castile and the admiral of Spain. The commonalty refused them, and said they would govern themselves till the King came thither. Amboise, 6 Nov.
Hol., pp. 2. Add.
6 Nov.
S. B.
1042. SHERIFF ROLL.
Cumberland:—Hugh Hutton, Wm. Bewlewe, *Thomas Fayrefax.
Northumb.:—Sir Wm. Hylton, Edward Ratclyf, *Sir Chr. Dakers.
York:—Wm. Elyson, Ralph Rokesby, *Sir Th. Strangwysshe.
Notts. and Derby:—*Sir Th. Cokeyn, Anth. Babyngton, Th. Meryng.
Linc.:—Sir And. Byllesby, *Sir William Ascugh, Francis Broune.
Warw. and Leic.:—Wm. Boughton, Wm. Broune, *Everard Dygby.
Salop:—Th. Vernon, *John Salter, Rich. Hoorde.
Staff.:—Th. Partriche, Th. Kynnersley, *Sir Lewis Bagot.
Heref.:—Wm. Ryddall, James Baskervile, *Sir John Lyngeyn.
Worc.:—*Sir Wm. Compton.
Glouc.:—*Sir Edward Tame, Robt. Wye, Th. Poyntz.
Oxon. and Berks:—*Henry Brigys, Wm. Fermor, John Osbaldeston.
Northt.:—Anth. Catesby, *John Mulsho, John Tresham.
Camb. and Hunts:—Robt. Frevell, Hen. Colvile, *Fr. Hasylden.
Beds. and Bucks:—*John Cheyne, Th. Langeston, John Baldewyn.
Norf. and Suff.:—*Humph. Wyngefeld, John Spylman, Wm. Wotton.
Essex and Herts:—*Th. Boneham, Th. Knyghton, Humph. Broune.
Kent:—*John Roper, John Hales, Wm. Draper.
Surrey and Sussex:—*John Scotte, John Goryng, Ric. Covert.
Hants:—*Wm. Frost, Nich. Tycheburne, John More.
Wilts:—*John Skyllyng, Anth. Styleman, Wm. Ludlowe.
Somers. and Dorset:—*Wm. Wadham, John Porteman, John Morton.
Devon:—Baldwin Malet, And. Hillarsdon, *Th. Stukeley.
Cornw.:—John Chamond, *John Skuse, Wm. Lowthe.
Westm.:—*Henry Lord Clyfford.
Rutland:—John Caldecote, *John Haryngton, jun., Geo. Makeworthe.
Del. Westm., 6 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.
Signed by Henry VIII. at the beginning and end.
Those marked with an asterisk are pricked by the King.
6 Nov.
Vit. B. XX.
166.
B. M.
1043. TUNSTAL to [WOLSEY].
The ... of last month the Emperor enter[ed Cologne, and was] solemnly received with a great number of h[orsemen and] footmen of this city armed, accompanied by the same ... which brought him to Acon, and in the same ... The duke of Saxony being laid up with gout an ... was not there. The day after the entry the E[mperor] and Electors held a council, and determined to keep a diet at Worms, to begin after Christmas on Tw[elfth]day next, for the establishing and reformation of the empire. Letters monitory have been already sent out to all the estates usually called to such a diet. The Emperor and his council wished to have it begin sooner; but the Electors, considering the distance of the uttermost parts of the empire, would not consent. Meanwhile th[e] Emperor will go "to the contrey bes[ide] ... as ferre as Hagenno, and peraventure ... sborough," there to settle the state of the adjoining [duchy] of Wertynberg ... by reason of his presence to deter the Duke who is in Switzerland ... from making any invasion into the duchy. The Duke lately got two cantons over to his side. They would have accompanied him on the enterprise, but for a threat of invasion from the remaining cantons if they did.
The Emperor cannot yet discover who are the "great friends" who have helped the Duke. It is believed the aid comes from France. Hears from the Chancellor that the Card. of Tortosa, left governor by the Emperor in Castile, whom the commons now rebelling in Spain had ordered at his peril not to pass Valladolid, had escaped [from that] city in disguise, [and sent word] "hither to the said Chancellor that ... the heads and chief stirrers of th ... to the rebellion aforesaid now manifest ... that the queen of Spain, mother to t[he Emperor], hath not such use of reason as they had [been told], so that by her they might have colored an[d] supported their said rebellion as they intend[ed], now begin to repent their said folly."
News has come from Rome and Switzerland that the Pope wants 6,000 Swiss to come to him shortly. A diet is held all this week in Switzerland. No one knows why the Pope wants them. His ambassador here has told the council that the Pope is reliably informed, that within a month the French king will cross the mountains into I[taly], and if he do not get the men before his [coming, he can]not have them after, "for the maintenance [of his] estate." The Emperor's council here do not know if it be for fear of the duke of Urbino, or of the faction of Peruse, of which he has lately put one to death, or of the French, or under colour of his own protection for the use of the French. The lord Chievres and the Chancellor do not fear the French will cross the mountains this winter, seeing the Emperor goes no further into Almayn. It will be a great charge to the Pope to maintain them all the winter. Their passage [through the] duchy of Milan will show [the intention of] the Pope, for if they go without [impeachment] through that duchy, some secret understanding be[tween the] Pope and the French [will be] suspected here. If they [meet with] impechement of their passage, it will be certain no such agreement exists. It is thought the Pope is much more fearful than need be. Is informed by card. Sion that the ambassador of Hungary here has plainly told the Emperor the kingdom will have an answer, the Princess and Don Ferdinand being now of full age; for great offers are made to them to prevent it, if they will join France, which they will not do unless compelled by a breach of covenant. No ambassador has yet come here from France. Chievres told him one would shortly come "which ... and that in tymes past he hath belonged [to the] duke of Burbone." The Emperor [depar]teth hence to Mayence within four [day]s. Begs to know if he shall stay or return. Cologne, 6 Nov. Signed.
Pp. 6, mutilated.
7 Nov.
Vit. B. XX.
171.
B. M.
1044. SPINELLY to [WOLSEY].
Wrote last from Acon (Aix) ... On the "penultime" the Emperor made his entry with all the Electors and almost all the horsemen ...; was met half a league from the gates by 5,000 foot, conducted into the city by the burgomasters, &c. He alighted at the cathedral, "and from the high altar went to the chapel of the Three [Kings];" thence to his lodging. Next day he returned to the cathedral with all the Electors. High mass was sung by a suffragan bishop, and the oath taken on both sides to observe the peace tendered to the Emperor by the cardinal of Mayence. The ratifications were made at the hotel de ville on the 3rd. Last night the Emperor gave a great banquet, where the Bishop of the city danced. The Bishop is at variance with the inhabitants, who refuse his temporal jurisdiction. The King and the Electors staid here to settle the difference, but on Monday he will remove to Mayence. The 3,000 foot are discharged. The 200 spears, the lord Berges, the lord Lyne, Demery, all the nobles of Brabant, Flanders, Henego, &c., went back, some with the Archduchess from Acon, and some from hence. There remain with the King cardinal Croy, the bishop of Luke, the Marquis d'Arescotte, the lord Nasso, the Governor of Bresse, the lord Rous (Roeux) great master, the count Porcyn, the princes of Orange and Bisinyan, the lord Sevenbarg, the master of the Horse, the lord Wassenar, and the duke of Alba with all his sons, the cardinals of Salsburg and Sion, the marquis of Brandenburg that hath married the queen of Arragon, one from Bada, brother [of] Savoy, the captain Francis Sekyn, [the ambassadors] of Austria and Tyrol, &c.
Encloses the manner of the King's entry into Acon, and the form of his coronation. The Latin paper is a verbatim copy of one sent him by a chaplain of the archbishop of Cologne. The Germans, who remember the emperor Maximilian's advancement, marvel at the King's great triumph. Thinks Charles may become very powerful, the people being well trained in war; "and at all ty[mes] that an Emperor might putte to work the b ... he should rule them in and out. Howbe[it for the] present I see no way whatsoever, many lightly wol say, of a further progress in t[his ... bus]inese of Spany as for lacke of monney." [A diet] is to be held at Worms on the feast of the Epiphany. The elector of Saxony stands high in general esteem. If he were appointed to rule the empire in the King's absence it is thought all should be well. He will probably, however, decline the charge, having already refused to be Emperor, in which case duke George of Saxony would be the most popular governor. The matter is of moment, for the imperial towns threaten to join the Swiss rather than submit to the tyranuy of the lords.
The duke of Bari, divers exiles from Milan and Padua, the secretary of the Adornes, enemy to the Fregoses that kept Genoa for the French king, divers of the house of Colonna, and other Ghibellines, are here attempting to persuade the Emperor to invade Italy. The cardinal of Sion seconds their advice, and Chievres thinks it much better than returning into Spain, which he particularly dislikes. Transmits an extract of such news as the duke of Alva "and a gentleman of the count de Benevent here resident declared to me to have out of Spain, and beside that how the [Con]stable continually writeth to the King [for] his short going thither, dem[anding to know the] danger wherein the affairs standeth, and that [his m]agestye should not take much hope in some dissension that appeareth to be amongst the commons, saying it might be hereafter reckoned to his greater prejudice than it hath been heretofore. The vice-chancellor of Arragon, and other wise men that speaketh indifferently, saith the matter hangeth now upon two points. The one is, that if the commons join together fast again that they shall be and woll destroy all the lords; and if they do sever, that one with another must go together by the ears; in which case the lords will agree jointly, and the one occupy a town, and the other another, as was in the time that the queen Elizabeth and don Ferdinand came to the succession of the crown, giving some free and exemption to the people upon the King's costs, concluding finally he must go at the beginning of the summer at the furthest.
"The lord Chievres showed me six days past they had news from their ambassadors residents with the King's [grace] how he is in good hope of the conclusion by .. desired whereupon hand the besinesse of ... and this your grace may surely believe." The ambassador from France has not arrived. Has heard from Raphael de Medicis that Albany was arrested "in words;" is now at liberty, but not allowed to go to Scotland. The lord Dubigny (D'Aubingni) goes in his stead. The Duke of Lunenberg, father-in-law to the duke of Gelders, is here to speak for him. "Armostorf told me that the King privily woll come to see the King's highness before his going to Spain; in whom and your grace b ... he hath all his trust; and the sem[blable] I understand of the lord of Alba." Cologne, 7 Nov. 1520. Signature mutilated.
The cipher in Spinelly's hand, deciphered by Tuke. Badly mutilated, and destroyed in many parts. Pp. 8.
Vesp. C. XIII.
329.
B. M.
1045. COMMOTIONS IN SPAIN.
I. "Double de l'article de l'advertissement qui vient d'Espaigne."
The commons of Burgos are incensed at the constable of Castile, who has obtained possession of the castle by a bribe of 10,000 ducats and the office of councillor to the keeper. Don Francisco de Beaumont has taken the castle of Daupadras, and a town belonging to the count Talbaticos, who has married a daughter of Saluce. Don Juan de Padilla has started for Valladolid to attack Beaumont, who has abandoned the castle and the town. Padilla has taken Marmanton in half a day. The whole country has submitted. Has retaken Daupadras, and placed it in the hands of the count de Salpatierra. The bishop of Samora has reduced the greatest part of Pallencia; has formed a union with Padilla and John de Burgos. The count de Salbatierra has arrived, and is expecting the coming of Garzia Darze, who brings with him 2,000 men; 3,000 have been raised at Segovia, Salamanca and Medina del Campo, which ought to be within three days at Valladolid. An ambassador from the Pope, and another from the king of Portugal, have attempted to satisfy the commons. They say the King Catholic cannot keep the towns, and they wish Padilla had them.
II. "Double de l'article qui faict mention de nostre Saint Pere" (Francis I. to his ambassadors in England).
Is to inform the King and the Cardinal of the news from Rome; sc., that a number of discontented Spaniards are marching, with hostile intentions, towards the states of the Church. The Pope has sent to the viceroy of Naples to protest against it, and has offered a good sum of money to have them disembarked in Spain; he can only obtain mere promises from Don John Manuel, the Spanish ambassador. Francis has consented to lend him 500 men, and has ordered Lautrec, his lieutenant in Italy, to send his brother Lescun with them.
Fr., pp. 4.
Calig. B. VI.
147. B. M.
1046. I. FRANCIS I. to the ESTATES OF SCOTLAND.
Accrediting the sieur d'Aubigny and John de Planis, whom he sends, according to the promise in his late letters by Flamigny, for the purpose of composing the discords. As to the duke of Albany, he thinks, things being as they are, he had better remain in France.
Duplicate. Lat., pp. 2. Endd.: Double de lettres envoyees par Mons. Daubigny au conseil, estatz et parlement dEscosse.
Calig. B. VI.
148. B. M.
1047. II. The SAME to the SAME.
Flamigny has returned to him the letters of the king of Scotland, and executed his commission, setting forth that Scotland was lacerated with civil war. Francis urges them to compose their quarrels, and remember their allegiance. Will send ambassadors shortly, as Flamigny will explain to them, "qui apud nos ducem Albaniæ consanguineum nostrum minime comperit." He had been called to Rome by the Pope, and had already left when Francis was at Angoulême, even on the verge of winter, and will soon return, when Francis will consult with him as to pacifying these disputes. When they are agreed, thinks the lords should send ambassadors to England, as he and his mother will do, to promote peace between the two kingdoms.
Lat., pp. 4. Endd.: Double de lettres envoyees au parlement, estatz et conseil dEscosse par Mons. de Flamigny.
Calig. B. VI.
23. B. M.
1048. [WOLSEY] to DACRE.
Had advertised him of the setting forth of the French ambassadors for Scotland, and that he should meet them at Morpeth; promising to send further information by Clarencieux. Since then, France has desired a prorogation of the truce about to expire on St. Andrew's Day. The King has consented to prorogue the truce till that day twelvemonth, on certain conditions, which Clarencieux will show Dacre, and require his advice. As Dacre has great influence with the Scotch lords, Wolsey hopes he will induce them to sue for peace, and "better to intreat the King's sister," and secure the payment of her revenues, and redress for such injuries as had been done to her by her husband and others. Means to do all that he can to bring the King's purpose to effect. The French ambassadors now sent will advise the same, and leave the Scotch to their fate if they obstinately refuse compliance. He has, at the King's desire, written a comfortable letter to the queen of Scots, certifying her of the truce, and the provisions made for her comfort; requiring her also to communicate with Dacre from time to time.
Draft in Ruthal's hand, pp. 2.
7 Nov.
S. B.
1049. For RALPH NEVYLE EARL OF WESTMORELAND.
Livery of lands, as heir of the late earl Ralph his grandfather and son of Sir Ralph Nevyle, son of the late Earl, although under age. Del. Westm., 7 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.
Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 9.
8 Nov.
Vit. B. XX. 175.
B. M.
1050. TUNSTAL to WOLSEY.
[At] the beginning of last summer Master [Tuke] brought him certain writings a ... made by learned men, doctors of law, up[on a certain] wrong done to Tuke by ... of Genoa, (of which hitherto he can have no [redress], though he has long sued for it,) that [Tunstal might] have informed Wolsey at the meeting of Henry and [the] French king, and Wolsey spoken [with] the French king for a commandment of minist[ration] of justice to be given to the city of Genoa. Wolsey, however, was so occupied at that time in public matters that both Tuke and Tunstal thought it would not be convenient to trouble him with private business. Tuke has now desired Tunstal to write his opinion on the case to Wolsey. The main facts are, that a ship laden with wools and cloths belonging to Tuke, sailing into Levant, was taken by the Turks, and remained some days in their hands upon the high seas, when the army of Genoa, meeting o[n the] sea with the said Turks, captured th[em] with all their ships and booty, and [amongst other thing]s the goods of Tuke, which (though they have confessed them to be Tuke's) they will not restore, nor recompense him for them. Sir Herman Ryng has desired Tunstal to write to Wolsey, and ask his help in getting payment for a large num[ber] of spear staves [which] the King used at his meeting with [the French] king, and in the matter of an annuity he has of the King. Cologne, 8 Nov. Signature mutilated.
Pp. 3, mutilated. Add.: My lord cardinal of York, legate de [la]tere and chancellor.
8 Nov.
Er. Ep. XII.
16.
1051. ERASMUS to REUCHLIN.
When he dined a short time since with cardinal Sion, heard that Reuchlin was dead. Wishes he had been only a spectator, not an actor, in the tragedy now going on. Always wished to disentangle the cause of Reuchlin and of literature from Lutheranism; "sed aliis aliter est visum." An English bishop (Fisher), than whom there is not in the whole nation a more learned or pious prelate, has a great liking for Reuchlin, and intends to visit him next summer. Cologne, 6 id. Novemb. 1520.
8 Nov.1052. MONASTERY OF READING.
Oxon. and Berks.—Restitution of the temporalities on election of dom. Hugh Faryngton, late sub-chamberlain of the said monastery, as abbot. Westm., 8 Nov.
ii. Similar writs for Herts, Warw. and Leic., Beds and Bucks, Herefordshire, Kent, Hants and Wilts, Sussex, London.
Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 8.
11 Nov.1053. For LAUNCELOT COLYNS, clk., treasurer of St. Peter's, York.
Inspeximus and confirmation of charter 20 June 19 Edw. I., licensing Hugh de Clare, treasurer of the said church, and his successors, to hold a market and fair at the manor of Tollerton, York. Westm., 11 Nov.
Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 19.
11 Nov.
Vit. B. IV. 71.
B. M.
1054. [CAMPEGGIO] to WOLSEY.
Florianus has returned, from whom he has heard all the news. Professes much gratitude for Wolsey's kindness. Letters have come from Epidaurus that the sultan of the Turks is dead. Selim, the dread of the whole world, has been cut off by pestilence, and Solyman his son has succeeded. The Janissaries have plundered all Jews, Christians, and others living at Constantinople; and they say that Selim, when his life was given over, made a sacrifice of his physicians. One of the French king's chamberlains, named [M]arciottus, has been at Rome to propose a new meeting between the Pope and his master, who wishes the count de Carpi to be present at the interview; he is ill at Naples. An order is gone to concentrate the French troops in Milan. Lautrec is to go to Venice. Either they do not trust the Swiss, or there is some new design in it not clearly understood. Rome, 11 Nov. 15[20].
P.S.—Was made Papal Secretary on the 8th.
Lat., mutilated, pp. 3. "Card. Ebor, sedis apost. legato." Endd.: "Campegius," &c.
11 Nov.
Vit. B. IV. 72*.
B. M.
1055. [CAMPEGGIO to HENRY VIII.]
Florian has returned. Thanks Wolsey for the generous treatment he has received. Rome, 11 Nov. 1520. Signature burnt off.
Lat., p. 1, mutilated. Add. in modern hand.
12 Nov.
P. S.
1056. For FRANCIS BRIAN, the King's servant.
Annuity of 50 marks, as one of the King's cipherers, from Easter 1519; on surrender of patent, 6 Nov. 7 Hen. VIII., granting the same to Nich. Carewe, squire of the Body, vice Sir Ric. Hastinges, deceased. Woodstock, 15 Sept. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 Nov.
Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 24.
13 Nov.
R. O.
1057. JERNINGHAM to WOLSEY.
The Admiral tells me that the French ambassador has written to him, saying that you would write to me about the changing of the hostages. As I have had no such letter, he asked me to write to you to know your pleasure. On the 10th I received your letter by Ant. Vivaldi's factor, and have procured them the licence for wheat, but not to the number of "mewys" they desired; for the Admiral says there were other London merchants, who came first with the King's letters, and obtained a licence, "but to no number;" for De Vandon reports that there is not much wheat in Picardy, and the French king will give no licence except to the King. He has ordered De Vandon to allow the said merchants to have as much wheat as the places he appoints will bear. The French king intends to go to Milan, as I wrote before. Amboys, 13 Nov.
Hol., pp. 2. Add.: To my lord Cardinal's good grace. Endd.
13 Nov.
R. O
1058. JOHN SAXEBY, of Northampton.
Acknowledgment given to Rob. Fouler that he has lost a receipt under the said Robert's hand for 7l. 6s. 8d., parcel of 53l. 6s. 8d., paid by Ric. Samewell, for the ward of Mauntell, 18 Nov. 19 Hen. VII. Date, 13 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Signed.
14 Nov.1059. ABBEY OF QUARRER or ARRETON.
Inspeximus to Ric., then abbot, of pat. 35 Edw. III., confirming the following, viz.:
i. Charter of Henry II.
ii. Inquisition 7 Edw. I., concerning a charter granted to them by Isabella de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle, which the abbot alleged had been destroyed by Adam de Stratton on its being produced for inspection at Carisbrook Castle.
iii. Charter 12 Edw. I., granting free warren to the convent.
Westm., 14 Nov.
Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 3 and 4.
16 Nov.
R. O.
Rym. XIII. 727.
1060. [JAMES V.] to LORD DACRE.
Hopes he understands that the abstinence of war endures only till the feast of St. Andrew next. On account of great causes now in hand cannot send an ambassador to England to renew it; requests therefore that Dacre will send for a commission empowering him to meet with the wardens and prolong the truce for one year. By advice of the lords Regents. Edinburgh, 16 Nov. Not Signed.
P. 1. Add.: "Thos. lord Dacre and of Graistok, warden, &c."
Calig. B. I.
230.
B. M.
1061. QUEEN MARGARET to DACRE.
Has received his letters. As to the reception of the French ambassador, the lords were not pleased with his message because it was against the Duke. They have sent an answer, but hold the Frenchman still, as this bearer can show. As to the band made by Angus to Dacre for her, and "the power ye sent me, the persons ye committed the power to will not accept it." Requests a new power by some special person from Dacre himself, who will accept it with her men-of-law, Master Robert Gabreth and Patrik Synklar, "for here is no lords that will do for me," if her cause were ever so just. As she cannot get answered of her living, and has nothing to spend, will be obliged to leave Scotland and put away her jewels, which would not be to the honor of the King her brother. Has often complained to Dacre, but can get no remedy. Has put it off as long as possible, but can endure no further. If Dacre do not provide speedy remedy she will have to apply to those who were ever her foes, and do their bidding. Has had many fair promises from the lords, only to put off the time. Since her last coming to Scotland, has not had of her living 2,000l. Scots. Refers to Arran whether she be ill-treated or no.
Hol., pp. 3. Add.: "To my lord Dakars."
16 Nov.
P. S.
1062. For SIR ROBT. ASKE, of Yorkshire.
Exemption from being made sheriff, serving on juries, &c. Greenwich, 13 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 16 Nov.
Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 9.
16 Nov.1063. For JOHN BISHOP OF GALLIPOLI, Prior of St. Mary's and St. Eustace's, Shuldbrede, Sussex.
Custody, for 40 years, of land in Midlovent, Sussex, held by Master Robert le Coke, a bastard; and of land in Midlovetta, belonging to Iremonger tenement, Sussex; at a rent of 8s. 10d., and 2s. 4d. of increase. Westm., 16 Nov.
Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 20.
17 Nov.
R. MS. 13 B. II.
307.
B. M.
Ep. Reg. Sc.
I. 324.
1064. JAMES V. to the TOWNS OF HOLLAND, FLANDERS, ZEALAND and BRABANT.
In behalf of Alex. Fothringham, officiating priest at the altar of St. Ninian in the church of the Carmelites at Bruges, towards whose support the masters of Scotch ships are bound to contribute a certain assessment, which several of them have refused to do. As it would be troublesome for him to institute a suit in Scotland, remits the cause to them. Edinburgh, 17 Nov. 1520. Signed: "Tallefer."
Lat.
19 Nov.
R. O.
1065. WM. VAUGHAN.
In Camera Stellata, 19 Nov. anno xii.
Order of Wolsey in the case of Wm. Vaughan, indicted as accessory to a murder in Brecknock, and sent by the lord Chamberlain and Sir Mathew Cradock, his deputy, to answer before the council for a riotous rescue and other charges. He shall return to Brecknock to be tried, and as he accuses the officers of the duke of Buckingham of partiality, the King's commissioners shall sit with them; John ... councillors of Buckingham, are to warn him that Vaughan must be indifferently tried, setting apart all rancor and malice, and that the outlawry decreed upon him while in prison at Cardiff shall be discharged on his appearance at Brecknock.
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20 Nov.
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1066. For CARDINAL WOLSEY.
Grant of the next presentation to a canonry in the collegiate church of St. Mary and St. George, Wyndesore Castle. Del. Westm., 20 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.
22 Nov.
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1067. DACRE to JAMES V.
In reply to his letter of the 16th, states that the time is too short to obtain a commission before the feast of St. Andrew. Had in July last notified my lord of Glasgow, chancellor, to send up ambassadors, "and desired to know their names and styles for getting of their safeconduct, according to his promise made on the behalf of your grace, with La Fayette and his fellow, the French king's ambassadors, and Mr. Clarencieux. Advises the King to send one of his council to Heppethgate on the Middle Marches on Tuesday or Wednesday next, to take longer abstinence for a month, and bring the names of the ambassadors for whom safeconduct is desired. Without this abstinence the Marches will break loose. Harbottle, 22 Nov.
Copy, pp. 3.
24 Nov.
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1068. JOHN CAMPBELL to LORD DACRE.
Has been appointed by the council to meet Dacre. Because the weather is evil, begs him to be at Ridanfurd on Thursday next. Edinburgh, Saturday, 24 Nov. Signed. Add.
24 Nov.
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Rym. XIII. 728.
1069. JAMES V.
Commission to Thomas abbot of Kelso to treat with lord Dacre for Continuance of the abstinence. Edinburgh, 24 Nov. 1520.
26 Nov.
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1070. The DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM.
"Instructions yeven by the right high and mighty prince Edward duke of Buckingham, &c., to his chancellor Master Robert Gilbert, as followeth:"—
1. To deliver "our letters of credence" to my lord and lady of Norfolk, expressing his great thanks for their kindness, and that he has as great trust in them as any child they have. 2. To communicate the answer made by the Duke to the Cardinal touching his journey to Wales. 3. To call upon my lord of Suffolk for certain deeds. 4–6. To have a goblet of gold made for a new year's gift to the King, a pomander and chain of gold for the Queen, and a cup of gold with a cover for the Cardinal;—Thos. Willoughby to present the same. 7. To sell his wood at Agmondesham. 8. To arrange with the lord Privy Seal [Ruthal], the abbot of Westminster and Sir Thos. Lovell in regard to certain debts; 9, also with lord Berners. 10. To pay Rob. Amadas for certain pots made for christening lord Abergavenny's child. 11. To have his broad seal new made,—the antelopes in the bearings set right. 12. To go to Oxford, and look out a sufficient clerk for his works; to tell Bentley of the Cardinal's conduct, and what Margaret Geddynge has declared upon oath of Charles Knyvet. 13. To arrange with lord Broke for exchange of certain lordships. 14. To speak with lord Ferrys for his fur of sables, and get Auchet, the skinner, to examine it. 15. To ask lord Abergavenny to get Thos. Lewkenor to take charge of lord Stafford, his son. 15, 16. To have Sir John Coke, his late chaplain, arrested for leaving contrary to his oath; and the same with Gamme. 17. To speak with officers of the bishops of Norwich and Exeter, and arrest Sir John Pykrynge for debt. 18. To inquire if Sir Hen. Owen will visit the Duke at Christmas, and bring his little daughter, and learn from him how the King behaves to Master Brian, and whether Sir Will. Wodeall's son is minded to take the bearing of the Duke's park of Brodsted. 19. To provide "one good kok or tweyne," and send Fyshweke. 20. To ascertain whether Margaret Geddyng has misreported him to the Cardinal, and whether lady Fitzwalter would advise him to take Margaret again into his service. 21. (fn. 1) To ask the controller whether he had made suit to the King to write to the Duke for the keeping of his park of North Lee, in Kent. 22.* To deliver his letter to the countess of Salisbury for money, and another to lady Fitzwalter, to know if she be with child, "to beseech stuff for little Mary," and "to know of her who were godfathers and godmothers to the child of our daughter Mary." "Item, to show her the demeanour of my Lady our wife, and also to my lord Fitzwater. And, therefore, my lady Fitzwater may do us great pleasure and comfort to purvey us of a sad woman to be about her; for we think the demeanour of my lady is such that Margaret Geddynge wolbe 10th to be about her; and to know who told her of the things we should do at Southampton, &c." 23. To send one to London for his ewery. 24. To speak with Lyttester, who has promised the Duke information of the King's wardships, which he wishes to purchase, and bespeak his kindness for Pudsay, groom of the King's chamber. 25. To obtain Sir Thos. Lovell's interest for the same. 26. To arrange with Sir Will. Compton of certain exchanges. 27. To ask the controller to send news of the French king and the Emperor. 28. To ask Sir Edw. Nevell to procure him a bailiff for Tunbridge, &c. 29. To speak with John Clement, of London, for making of knots and devices in sealing. 30. To inform the lord of St. John's that Thos. Fitz Garret was contracted to the Duke's bastard daughter, and desire that he may have the whole profit of his lands. 31. Crochet to take order for his harness. 32. A "remayne" to be taken of his tench. 33. Torn leaves of his primer to be new written, and the clasps remade. 34. To inform the Cardinal that the Duke intends after Candlemas to visit his lordships in Wales if the sickness cease; as it will be necessary for him to take 300 or 400 men, who will be his own servants, that he may be a mean to the King that the Duke's harness may be secretly conveyed with him. Dated at the beginning. Thornbury, 26 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.
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1071. JAMES V. to DACRE.
John Campbell, of Thornton, has been appointed to meet him for prorogation of the truce; but in consequence of the arrival of Robert Stewart, lord Aubigny, and sieur de la Planys, ambassadors from the French king, Thomas abbot of Kelso, and Thomas Nudry, archdeacon of Murray, have been appointed to take his place. Desires safe-conduct for the number of 100 horse. Edinburgh, 27 Nov.
P.1. Add. Endd.: "A minute of abstinence annext unto the abbot of Calco's commission for the treating of truce with my Lord Dacres, for four months, &c. Dated the 4th of November 1520."
27 Nov.
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1072. JOHN DE PLANIS to DACRE.
Knows very well the truce between England and Scotland will end on Friday next. It is some time since he and Mons. d'Aubigny have been dispatched to Scotland by the king of France, to treat of peace between the two kingdoms; but on account of various obstacles and the stormy weather, they have not been able to land until today. Dunbar, 27 Nov. Signed.
Fr., pp. 2. Add.: To Dacre or the captain of Berwick, at Berwick.
28 Nov.
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1073. For THOMAS MORE, the King's Councillor, and GEO. ARDESON, merchant.
To be keepers of the change and exchange in England towards foreign parts and in Calais, in survivorship, from Easter last for 23 years, at the annual rent of 30l. 6s. 8d.; on surrender of patent, 15 Dec. 7 Hen. VIII., granting the same to Sir John Sharp, now deceased, and the said George. Del. Westin., 28 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.
Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p.1, m. 4.
28 Nov.
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1074. For JOHN BOURGCHIER LORD BARNERS.
To be deputy of Calais during pleasure, with 100l. a year for himself, and 104l. a year for "spyall money," out of the issues of the lordships of Marc and Oye. To have in his retinue 1 spear, 2 archers and 28 soldiers, who are to have the same wages as when Sir Ric. Wyngfeld and Sir John Pechye were deputies; also 10 extra soldiers to be elected from those who belong to the King's retinue, or those who were in the retinue of the late treasurer of war of Calais; with appointment of the soldiers and officers of the town, except those in the retinues of the lieutenant of the castle, marshal, treasurer, &c. To grant safeconducts. Del. Westm., 28 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.
Fr., m. 5.
29 Nov.
Rym. XIII. 729.
1075. SCOTLAND.
Indenture made at Heppethgatehede, 29 Nov. 1520, between Thomas abbot of Kelso and Thomas lord Dacre, for a further abstinence from the feast of St. Andrew to 1 January, inclusive.
Copy by Dacre's clerk.
29 Nov.
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1076. DAUNCE, BLAGGE, and WESTBY to HERON.
To pay to William Okeley, the King's messenger; certain sums for his diet, attending upon them as the King's general surveyors. Privy Council Chamber, 29 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.
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30 Nov.
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1077. DACRE to JOHN DE PLANIS.
Has received his letter, and thinks his arrival in Scotland will do much good. "I cannot so well answer your letter as I should do, because I am no good Frenchman." The King is favorable to him and Mons Aubigny. Has taken a new abstinence until the 1st January, inclusive. Knows that great outcries were made by the Scots against the English, which he denies; "and thus in these pleyes I am sure it is my said sovereign Lord's pleasure that ye be judge." Will come to the Marches whenever the ambassador likes. Harbottle, 30 Nov.
Copy by Dacre's clerk, pp. 2.
30 Nov.
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Rym. XIII. 731.
1078. DACRE to the LORD TREASURER OF SCOTLAND (CAMPBELL).
Expected to have seen him on Thursday, but perceives that he has been obliged to meet the French ambassadors now landed in Dunbar. Thinks he has put too many names in the conduct to come up as ambassadors. Two bishops, two lords, two clerks or temporal men will be sufficient. Desires his recommendation to Mons. de Planis, the French ambassador, whose writing he has received, but cannot well understand, because it is in French. Harbottle, 30 Nov.
Copy by Dacre's clerk, p. 1.
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1079. LORD DARCY to LORD DACRE.
Asks Dacre's advice and favor for his nephew Swynoo in certain matters. Will do the same for any friend or servant of Dacre's. The King, Queen, Princess, the Cardinal and all the nobles of the Court "be as joyous as I have seen them." A French ambassador is here, preparing to go to Scotland. Universal peace among all Christian princes.
Draft in Darcy's hand, p. 1. Headed: Copia to my lord of Dacre.
On the dorse are a draft of a letter and a memorandum relative to a dispute in Knarsburgh forest; also the following words: "Witnesseth that Thomas Darcy, knt., lord Darcy, hath delivered to Mr. Erington, master of the hospital of the Blessed Trinity at Whitkyrk, and free school there, lately founded and builded by the said Thomas lord Darcy, these books following, safely to be kept by the said master to the use of the said hospital and school."
Vit. B. IV. 91.
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1080. [CARD. DE MEDICI to the AUDITOR OF THE CHAMBER.]
Has received his letters of the 22d and 30th, stating that the Imperial ambassador had made some complaint of the levy of 6,000 Swiss, and that the Emperor had commanded the viceroy of Naples and others to defend the Pope; that Wolsey had made the Pope's excuses to the said ambassador. As the Emperor had allowed certain Sicilian troops to the number of 4,000, that should have crossed the sea into Spain, to congregate at Naples and the borders of the Church, to prevent any violence from them, he had written to the Swiss for 6,000 men, as specified by the terms of the treaty, and that openly, to avoid all misconstruction. His correspondent will see by his last letters that he was compelled to advise with the Pope [on the matter there stated], and not write and complain of it again, but urge Wolsey to send a well informed agent, as he wrote to him in his last. Is surprised at what he wrote about the legateship, desiring a prorogation to be sent, &c. Will wait till the aforesaid agent comes. Meanwhile they send a bull super hoc. The Pope would rather not have received any further letters respecting the promotion of Worcester, as his correspondent had promised, on the part of Wolsey, no more should be sent. Is content, however, if he is to follow his own mind, and begs that Wolsey will desist henceforth. Is constantly pestered by Worcester. If Worcester cannot take the hint, his Holiness will have to tell him openly, since he does not wish to incur this infamy. [Some answer to the question of Worcester's employment with the Pope, destroyed by the fire.] The Pope daily pays considerable attention to finding some remedy for Lutheranism, as Wolsey has advised him. As the influence of Henry and Wolsey is very great with all princes, wishes they would write to the Emperor and other Christian Princes to prevent its further diffusion. Thinks their letters will have great effect.
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Nov/GRANTS.1081. GRANTS in NOVEMBER 1520.
3. Sir John Wallop. Licence to import 300 tuns of wine of Guienne and Gascony and of Toulouse woad. Greenwich, 2 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 3 Nov.—P.S.
3. James Ascue, yeoman for the King's mouth in the Pantry. To be bailiff of the lordships of Shirbourne in Herforth, Lyeth and Knapton, York, vice David Trolop, deceased. Greenwich, 28 Oct. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 3 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 18.
5. David Morgan. Grant of "le gale subtus le wodde" of the forest of Dene, Glouc., on surrender of patent 17 Nov. 8 Hen. VII., granting the same to Rob. Johns, sewer of the Chamber, now knight, vice John Motton, deceased. Greenwich, 27 Oct. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 5 Nov.—P.S.
6. Geo. Whelpeley, alias Wolpelley, silkman, of London. Protection; going in the retinue of Sir John Petche, deputy of Calais. Del. Westm., 6 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Endd.: "Pewterer"—"Whelpeley."
6. Rob. Shetforde, alias Shotforde, of London, grocer. Protection; going in the retinue of Sir John Pecchie, deputy of Calais. Greenwich, 2 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.—Del. Westm., 6 Nov.—P.S.
8. Ralph Beeke, of Hutton, "in com' Appulby," chapman. Protection; going in the retinue of Sir Anth. Ughtred, captain of Berwick. Greenwich, 28 July 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 Nov.—P.S.
8. Wm. Cooke, yeoman of the Queen's Chamber. Licence to export 300 tuns of beer, on finding security to import 500 qrs. of wheat. Westm., 8 Nov.—Fr. 12 Hen. VIII. m. 2.
8. Roger Mynours. Release as serjeant in the butlery of the Household. Greenwich, 6 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 8.
8. Edw. Ryngley, the King's servant Grant, during pleasure, of various annual rents pertaining to the manors of Knolton, Shrynklyng and Northcourte, Kent, which were enjoyed by John Langley, deceased, as found by inquisition at Canterbury; which also found that Isabella wife of Edw. Skydmore, Christiana wife of Roger Wiggeston, and Alice wife of John Huntley, were heirs of John Langley. Also grant of the manor of Shortley, in the county of the city of Coventry, and lands, &c. in Coventry, of which the said John Langley was seized, as found by inquisition p. m. at Coventry, 30 Oct. 11 Hen. VIII., and which Sir Ric. Wentworth, Sir Wm. Walgrave, and others, recovered against him, but did not enter upon; which, moreover, are held of the King as of the manor of Chilesmore. Greenwich, 7 May 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 11.
9. Wm. Ingelby, kinsman and heir of Thos. de Ingelby. Inspeximus and confirmation of charter 4 Dec. 30 Edw. III. granting free warren to the said Thomas and his heirs. Westm., 9 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 6.
12. Commissions of the Peace.
Essex: Thomas cardinal of York, Henry earl of Essex, John abbot of Colchester, Thomas prior of St. John's of Jerusalem, Robert Radclyff lord Fitzwater, Sir John Fyneux, Sir John More, Sir Hen. Marney, Sir John Cutte, Sir John Veer, Sir Th. Tyrell of Heron, Sir John Reynsford, Sir Wm. Fitzwilliam, Sir Ric. Fitzlowes, Sir Roger Wentworth, Sir Ric. Rokeby, Sir Wistan Browne, Sir John Marney, Th. Tay, Wm. Pirton, Edw. Tyrell, Edw. Halys, Humph. Browne, Rob. Norwiche, John Sakvyle, Walter Froste, and Th. Awdeley. Westm., 12 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 1d.
Suffolk: Thomas cardinal of York, R. bishop of Norwich, N. bishop of Ely, Thomas duke of Norfolk, Charles duke of Suffolk, Thomas earl of Surrey, John abbot of Bury St. Edmund's, Rob. Radcliff lord Fitzwater, Sir Rob. Curson, Sir Rob. Brudenell, Sir Ric. Broke, Sir Th. Wyndham, Sir Arthur Hopton, Sir Rob. Drury, Sir Wm. Walgrave, Sir Anth. Wyngfeld, Sir Wm. Clopton, Sir Edm. Genney, Sir Ric. Wentworth, Sir Philip Tylney, Lionel Talmage, John Sulyard, John Hennyngham, John Harux of Oulton, and Edm. Lee. Westm., 12 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 2d.
12. Commission of Gaol Delivery.
London and Middlesex: John Brugges, mayor, Sir John Fyneux, Sir Rob. Brudenell, Sir Wm. Hody, Sir Humph. Conyngesby, Sir John More, Sir Ric. Eliott, Sir Lewis Polerd, Sir Ric. Broke, and Wm. Shelley, recorder. Westm., 12 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 14d.
13. Commission of the Peace.
Cumberland: Thomas cardinal of York, J. bishop of Carlisle, Th. lord Dacre and Graistok, Anth. Fitzherbert, John Neuporte, Sir Christ. Dacres, Sir Th. Curwen, Hugh Hutton, and Wm. Beulewe. Westm., 13 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 1d.
13. Ralph Fulsehurste. Custody of the manor of, and all the possessions in, Lasyngton, Glouc., late of Sir Edward Rawley, during the minority of George, son of Edward, son of the said Sir E. Rawley. Signed: Th. Lovell, Ri. Weyston. Del. Westm., 13 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 2, m. 12.
14. Commissions of the Peace.
Lincoln (Kesteven): Thomas cardinal of York, Wm. lord Willoughby, Sir Humph. Conyngesby, John Carell, Sir John Husee, Sir Wm. Fitzwilliam, Sir Th. Neuporte, Edm. Busshe, Rob. Husee, Fras. Broun, Rob. Broun, Fras Hall, John Wymbysshe, Wm. Dysnay. Rob. Brudenell, jun., and Th. Quadryng. Westm., 14 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 2d.
Lincoln (Lyndesey): Thomas cardinal of York, W. bishop of Lincoln, Thomas earl of Surrey, Wm. lord Willoughby, John Constable, dean of Lincoln, Sir Humph. Conyngesby, John Carell, Sir Christ. Willoughby, Sir Wm. Tirwhit, Sir Rob. Dymmok, Sir Th. Borough, jun., Sir Rob. Tirwhit, Sir Andrew Billesby, Wm. Skipwithe, John Monson, John Seyntpaule, John Topcliff, John Fulnetby, John Hennege, sen., Edw. Forman, Th. Hennege, John Hennege, jun., and Edw. Forsett. Westm., 14 Nov—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 2d.
14. Commission of Gaol Delivery.
Colchester Castle: Commission to Henry earl of Essex, Rob. Radclyff lord Fitzwater, Sir Hen. Marney, Sir Wistan Browne, Sir John Raynesford, Sir Ric. Fitzlowes, Sir John Marney, Humph. Wyngfeld, Wm. Pyrton, Humph. Browne, Edw. Hales, Rob. Norwyche, and Th. Awdeley. Westm., 14 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 14d.
14. Ric. Bigge, riding yeoman of the King's harriers. Annuity of 3l. 0s. 10d. out of the issues of the lordship of Patengeham, Staff., on surrender of patent 18 Aug. 6 Hen. VIII., granting him the office of bailiff of the lordship, vice Th. Wobaston, deceased, which patent has become void because the lordship has been let to farm. Greenwich, 12 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 14 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 22.
14. Reginald Dygbe. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Simon Digbe. Greenwich, 7 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 14 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 3.
15. Sir Th. Denys. Constat and exemplification of pat. 20 Feb. 1 Hen. VIII., inspecting and confirming, by reference to other patents, &c., charter 10 April 33 Edw. I., being a grant of liberties and exemptions to the tin miners in co. Devon. Westm., 15 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 15.
16. Commissions of the Peace.
Gloucestershire: Thos. cardinal of York, G. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, C. bishop of Hereford, Edw. duke of Buckingham, the abbot of Gloucester, Sir Lewis Pollard, John Fitzjames, Sir Maurice Barkeley, Sir Wm. Uvedale, Sir John Hungerford, Sir Wm. Kyngeston, Sir Griffin Rice, Sir Th. Cornewall, Sir Alex. Baynham, Sir Wm. Denys, Sir Thos. Barkeley, Sir Edw. Wadham, John Whitingdon, John Broke, Peter Neuton, Geo. Bromeley, Rob. Chauntrell, Wm. Rudhale, Wm. Tracy, Christ. Baynham, John Arnold, Rob. Wye, Th. Matston, Roger Porter, John Pakyngton, and Th. Poynes. Westm., 16 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 1d.
Staffordshire: Th. cardinal of York, G. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Edw. duke of Buckingham, Th. marquis of Dorset, Geo. earl of Shrewsbury, Edw. Sutton lord Dudley, Wm. Blount lord Mountjoye, Sir Lewis Pollard, John Fitzjames, Sir Th. Lovell, Sir Walter Gryffyth, Sir Wm. Grysley, Sir John Aston, Sir Edw. Grey, Sir John Dreycot, Anth. Fitzharbert, Wm. Basset, John Gyfford, Ric. Asteley, Th. Partryche, John Wellys, Ric. Selman, John Blount, and John Vernon. Westm., 16 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 2d.
Surrey: Th. card. of York, W. abp. of Canterbury, R. bp. of Winchester, Edw. duke of Buckingham, Th. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Th. earl of Arundel, Chas. earl of Worcester, Geo. Nevell lord Bergevenny, Jo. Bourchier lord Barnes, the abbot of Bermondsey, Sir Edm. Howard, Sir John Fyneux, Sir John More, Sir Th. Lovell, Sir Ric. Broke Sir Th. Nevell, Sir Hen. Wyat, Sir Wm. Fitzwilliam, sen., Sir John Legh, Sir Wm. Fitzwilliam, Sir Edm. Bray, Sir Matthew Broun. Sir Ric. Rokeby, Sir Th. Exmewe, Sir John Gaynesford, Sir Rob. Johns, Sir John Iwarby, Nich. Carewe, Rob. Wyntershull, Roger Legh, Hen. Tyngelden and Ralph Vyne. Westm., 16 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 2d.
18. Th. Marler, of Flaxflett, York. Reversal of outlawry, sued in the Common Pleas by John Erueley and Thomas Lucas, and also by Thomas earl of Surrey, lately called Thomas lord Haward; and having surrendered to the Flete Prison. Westm., 18 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 1.
19. Commissions of Gaol Delivery.
Gloucester Castle: Sir Alex. Baynham, Sir Wm. Denys, John Broke, serjeant-at-law, Th. Jubbes, John Whyttyngton, Th. Maston and Roger Porter. Westm., 19 Nov.
Wiltshire County: Sir Ric. Eliott, Ric. Lyster, Th. Eliott, Barth. Huse, Hn. Paunscefote, John Bonham and Anth. Styleman. Westm., 19 Nov.
Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 14d.
19. John Rooper, and Elizabeth Hadde, widow. Wardship of Th. s. and h. of Rob. Hadde. Westm., 19 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p.2, m. 10.
20. Th. Eynon, clk. Grant of the pension which the abbess elect of Wilton, Wilts, is bound to give to a clerk at the King's nomination till she promote him to a competent benefice. Del. Westm., 20 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.—S.B.
20. Rob. Rowlow, of Bristol, merchant. Protection; going in the retinue of Sir John Pecche, deputy of Calais. Del. Westm., 20 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.—S.B.
21. Th. Ferdyng, gentleman of the Chapel Royal. Grant to him and his heirs, for ever, at the service of a red rose, "if it be asked," of a tenement with a garden in Est Grenewich, Kent, bounded by a tenement, the highway to the Thamys and the way leading to the Friars Observants' church. and which was purchased by Henry VII. with intention of giving it to the said friars; "howbeit, they gave answer, and said they had enough;" whereupon it was granted to Robt. Johns, then dwelling in it, and, on his decease, to Th. Rither, gent. usher of the Chamber, who has compounded with Ferdyng. Greenwich, 15 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 21 Nov.—P.S.
22. Godfrey Deux, alias Dews, deputy of Christ. Villers, searcher in the port of London. Pardon for all infringements of the statute of 20 Hen. VI., prohibiting customs officers from occupying wharves or quays, keeping inns or taverns, or being factors or attorneys for any merchant. Greenwich, 18 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 22 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 32.
22. Robert Gilbert, of London, draper. Lease of the tenements and cottages with appurtenances, in Newgate, Newgate Aly, Middell Aly and Tuttes Aly, London, late of the duchess of Somerset, for 21 years, at the annual rent of 11l. 2s. Del. Westm., 22 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 2,m. 23.
23. Recognizance cancelled. Humph. Stafford, of Codered, Herts, Sir Th. à Burgh, of Stowe, Linc., sen., and Sir Ralph Verney, of Salden, Bucks, 7 Mar. 5 Hen. VIII. Greenwich, 23 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.—S.B.
23. Wm. Haryet. To be bailiff of the lordship and hundred of Gillisborowe, Northt., vice Wm. Fynall, deceased. Greenwich, 18 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Hampton Court, 3 (fn. 2) Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 13.
23. Edw., eldest son of Th. Lewkenour, aged 10 years. Pardon. Greenwich, 19 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 23 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 18.
24. Commissions of the Peace.
Cornwall: Th. Cardinal of York, J. bp. of Exeter, Rob. Willoughby lord Broke, Sir Ric. Eliott, John Broke, Sir Hen. Marney, Sir John Arundell of La Hern, Sir Peter Eggecombe, Sir John Bassett, Roger Greynsfeld, John Arundell of Talferne, John Carmynowe, John Chamond, Rob. Vyvyan, James Heresy, Ric. Penrose, Hen. Trecarell, Wm. Lowre, Nich. Carmynowe, Wm. Carnesewe and Nich. Opy. Westm., 24 Nov.
Lincoln (Holland): Th. cardinal of York, W. bp. of Lincoln, Th. earl of Surrey, Wm. Lord Willoughby, John Constable, dean of Lincoln, Sir Humph. Conyngesby, John Carell, Sir John Husee, Sir Wm. Fitzwilliam, Geoff. Paynell, Th. Roberdson, Fras. Broun, John Robynson, John Hennage, sen., John Hennage, jun., Th. Holand, John Lytelbury and Ric. Godyng. Westm., 24 Nov.
Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 2d.
24. Commission of Gaol Delivery. Cambridge Town Gaol: Ric. Clerke, mayor, John Hynde, Rob. Frepell, Philip Paris, Th. Hutton, Wm. Colyns, Hugh Chapman, Hen. Halled and John Bury. Westm., 24 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 14d.
24. Ric. Bigge, "yeoman pricker of our haryers." To have the corrody in the monastery of St. Augustine, Daventre, vice Wm. Fynall, deceased. Greenwich, 22 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 Nov.—P.S.
26. Commission of the Peace. Derbyshire: Th. cardinal of York, Geo. earl of Shrewsbury, Th. earl of Derby, Wm. Blount lord Mountjoy, Sir Humph. Conyngesby, John Carell, Sir Hen. Sacheverell, Sir Godfrey Fuljambe, Sir Wm. Greysley, John Porte, Roger Meynours, Anth. Babyngton, Th. Eyre, John Fitzherbert and John Vernon. Westm., 26 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 1d.
26. Commissions of Gaol Delivery.
Lincoln Castle: Sir John Huse, Sir Wm. Tirwhit, Sir Th. Burgh, John Hennege, sen., John Mounson, John Seyntpoll, Rob. Huse, John Wymbisshe, John Robynson, Th. Holand and Edw. Forman. Westm., 26 Nov.
Norwich: John Clerke, mayor, Wm. Elys, John Spilman, Th. Aldriche, Wm. Harte, Rob. Jannys, John Marsham and Fras. Mountford. Westm., 26 Nov.
Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 14d.
26. Wm. Digby. Custody of the manor of Middleton Colyngtre, Northt., and all other possessions in the King's hands by the death of Goditha Purwiche and Richard Purwiche, during the minority of John Digby, kinsman and heir of the said Goditha, at the annual rent of 15l. 13s. 4d. Del. Westm., 26 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 2, m. 6.
27. Sir John Savage, sen., of Hanley, alias Hanley Castell, Worc. Pardon and release as sheriff of co. Worc.; master of the hunt of Ridmerley Park, of Malveron Chace, of Bussheley Park, and of the park of Blakemore in Hanley; steward of the manors of Hanley, Upton-on-Severn, Bussheley, Elmeley, Ridmerley, Wyerpydell, Erlescrombe, Worc., and Teukesbury, Glouc. Westm., 27 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 5.
27. Sir John Savage, jun., of Elmeley, alias of Hanley Castell, Worc. Pardon. Westm., 27 Nov.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m.5.
27. Sir Edw. Boleyn and Anne his wife. Livery of lands, the said Anne being d. and h. of John Tempest, and kinswoman and h. of Rob. Tempest and Katharine his wife. Greenwich, 19 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 27 Nov.—P.S.
27. Th. Rither. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Sir Ralph Rither. Greenwich, 20 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 27 Nov.-P.S. Pat. p. 2, m.3.
27. John Whitton. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Wm. Whitton. Del. Westm., 27 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 2, m. 4.
27. Roger Whitton, one of the yeomen ushers of the Royal Chamber. Lease of the site of the manor of Nettilbed, Oxon.; a cottage called "le Logge" in Nettilbed; land in Watlyngton, Oxon., lately in the tenure of the abbot of Oseney, of which 12 acres abut on the moor, and 8 acres on the rectory there; a parcel of meadow called "le Flete," in Watlyngton; a cottage in the High Street in Watlyngton; and the herbage below the bridge of the manor of Watlyngton; rent of 70s. 10d. payable to the bailiffs of Watlyngton and Bensyngton, Oxon., or to the receiver of the duchy of Cornwall, and 3s. 4d. of increase. Del. Westm., 27 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.—S.B.
27. Th. Atwill, of London, haberdasher, alias vintner, alias merchant adventurer. Protection; going in the retinue of Sir John Petche, deputy of Calais. Greenwich, 20 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 27 Nov.—P.S.
28. Sir Nich. Carewe, late esq. Release as sheriff of Surrey and Sussex, and keeper of the castles or gaols of Guldeford and Lewes. Also release to Carewe, Ric. Devenysshe of Hennyngle, Sussex, and Roger Copley, of Westhamptnett, Sussex, of their recognizance of 40l. made 8th Nov. 10 Hen. VIII. Greenwich, 28 Oct. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Nov.—S.B. Pat. p. 2, m. 11.
28. Recognizances cancelled. Sir Ric. Carewe, late of Bedyngton, Surrey, deceased, Sir Nich. Carewe, formerly of Walwyngton, in Bedyngton, Surrey, Ric. Devenysshe, of Hellyngly, Sussex, and Roger Copley, of Rowghwey, Sussex, 6 Nov. 10 Hen. VIII., of 1,400l., for payment of 142l. 17s. 2d. yearly from 1520 to 1526. Greenwich, 28 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.—S.B.
28. Feodaries of Crown lands. Appointment of Th. Hacche, during pleasure, as feodary of all possessions held of the King in co. Devon, with power to take all minor heirs into the King's hands, and deliver them to Sir Th. Lovell and Sir Ric. Weston, keepers of such heirs.
Similar appointments follow, viz.:—
Norf.—Sir James Boleyn.
Heref., Glouc., Worc. and the Marches of Wales.—John Adams.
Somerset and Dorset.—John Plompton.
Signed: Th. Lovell, Ri. Weyston. Del. Westm., 28 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 2, m. 12.
Commission of the Peace.—Dorset: Th. cardinal of York, Henry earl of Wiltshire, Rob. Willoughby lord Broke, John Bourchier lord Fitzwaren, Wm. lord Stourton, Hen. lord Dawbeney, Sir Ric. Eliott, John Broke, Sir Th. Lynde, Sir Th. Lynde, Sir Th. Trenchard, Sir Wm. Fyloll, Giles Strangweys, John Horsey, sen., John Rogers, Geo. Rogers, John Britt, Geo. Twyneo, James Frampton, John Moreton, Wm. Moreton, Wm. Hody, Nich. Willoughby and Wm. Uvedale. Westm., _.—Pat. 12 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 2d.

Footnotes

1 These entries struck out.
2 3 Nov. in P.S., but evidently a mistake; 23 Nov. on Patent Roll.

Annotations

116 jacob.ellis - (Wednesday 01 Apr 2009 14:56:48)
Entry number 1067: for 'council to Heppethgate on the' read "council to Hexpethgate on the".
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117 jacob.ellis - (Wednesday 01 Apr 2009 14:59:59)
Entry number 1075: for 'Heppethgatehede' read "Hexpethgate".
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118 jacob.ellis - (Wednesday 01 Apr 2009 15:07:27)
Entry number 1075: "Insert 'R.O.' in margin."
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