Cecil Papers: June 1576

Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 2, 1572-1582. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1888.

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June 1576

382. The Merchants of the Stillyard.
1576, June 7. Warrant under the Privy Signet to the Merchants of the Stillyard for the exportation of cloths.—Hatfield, 7th June 1576.
1 p.
383. The Earl and Countess of Oxford.
1576, June 12. Memoranda by Lord Burghley relating to the separation of his daughter from her husband, the Earl of Oxford.
In conclusion desires that his lordship will yield to her, being his wife, either the love that a loving and honest wife ought to have, or otherwise to be so used that all lewd and vain speeches of his unkindness to her may cease, and that with his favour and permission she may both come to his presence and be allowed to come to do her duty to her Majesty, if her Majesty shall therewith be content : and she shall bear as she may the lack of the rest.
Or else that his lordship will notify some just cause of her not deserving such favours, and that she may be permitted to make her answer thereto before such as her Majesty may be pleased to appoint.
Endorsed:—“xij. Junii 1576.”
2 pp.
384. J. Asteley to Lord Burghley.
1576, June 18. Prays to be allowed the sale of certain offices at Enfield, for which he has been offered 400l., being much hampered by his debts.
1 p.
385. The Queen to Lord Burghley.
1576, June 19. Warrant authorizing the Lord Treasurer to get a seal made for the Bishopric of Durham, for use during such time as that see remains vacant, and to deliver the same to Thomas Calverley.—Greenwich, 19 June, 18 Eliz.
Draft. ¼ p.
386. Petition of the Earl of Essex and William Wightman concerning lands in Wales.
1576, June 24. Alleging that about ten years ago, the petitioners obtained from Her Majesty, leases of certain lands in Wales of the value of 100l. 4s.d. per annum which lands formerly belonged to the Abbot and Convent of Whitland by whom leases thereof had been granted before the dissolution to particular tenants for the period of 99 years. These leases the petitioners had hoped owing to alleged informalities (especially that the said leases were sealed with a seal borrowed from the Friars of Carmarthen) to be able to upset but finding themselves unable to do so they have been compelled to compound with the said tenants for new leases at a moderate fine for as long a period as their old leases have to continue.
The petitioners therefore beseech her Majesty on their surrendering their several leases, of which about 11 years are yet unexpired, to grant them new leases for the period of sixty years in order that they may be able to carry out the said agreement and derive some profit from her Majesty's grant which hitherto they have been unable to do.
Endorsed :—“12 Julii, at Seynt James, 1576.—Her Majestie upon hearing of this matier was pleased that forasmuche as the sute tendeth to the onelye confirmancy of the tenants estates in their particular holdinges, and that the same is to their good contentacion as her Majestie is enformed, several leases be made and engrossed for the Earl and Wm Wightman for the tearme required being no more than the sayd tenants doe nowe enjoye; and that the Lord Treasurer sesse suche fyne as shall seeme good unto hym.
Signed :—“Tho. Wylson.”
387. William Howard.
1576, June 30. Warrant under the Privy Signet to William Howard, Esquire, for 1,000 beech trees from the Forest of St. Leonard's in Sussex.—At Greenwich, the last day of June, 1576.
1 p.