Cecil Papers: June 1582

Pages 506-507

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 1582

1159. The Privy Council to Lord Burghley.
1582, June 16. Desire that John Fitz Edmonde of Cloyne, co. Cork, may be permitted to transport certain grain into Ireland for the relief of his tenants and servants maintained in six of his castles, who, by scarcity of victual in that realm, and chiefly in Munster, are in danger to famish.—From the Court at Greenwich, 16 June 1582.
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1160. Thomas Bate, Customer, to Lord Burghley.
1582, June 19. Asking what duty is to be levied on the 1,000 quarters of barley and 1,000 quarters of rye, which Conrad Silin, merchant of Hamburg, has permission to transport.—Lynn, 19 June 1582.
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1161. Receivership of the Court of Wards.
1582, June 23. Warrant to Burghley to cause the executors and deputies of Sir Wm. Damsell, late Receiver, to make a declaration of the Queen's treasure, obligations, and specialties now at his house, to remove it to Westminster, and there, together with a person chosen by Burghley, to keep the same, making and receiving payments pending the appointment of a new Receiver.—Greenwich, 18 June, 23 Eliz.
Signed Bill.
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1162. The Privy Council to Lord Burghley.
1582, June 24. William Lambarde, of Waterford, has licence to transport 600 quarters of wheat and malt for the relief of the inhabitants of Waterford and Gowram, co. Kilkenny.—Greenwich, 24 June 1582.
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1163. Ralfe Fletcher, groom of the vestry, and Robert Stevenson, a groom of the Stables, to the Queen.
1582, June. Pray for a lease in reversion of Exchequer lands to the yearly value of 20l.
[Note, signed by Valentine Dale, stating the Queen's assent to the petition, but referring the amount to the Lord Treasurer.]
Endorsed : “June 1582.”
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