East Indies: May 1601

Pages 126-127

Calendar of State Papers Colonial, East Indies, China and Japan, Volume 2, 1513-1616. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1864.

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May 1601

May 1–29. 290. Court Minutes of the East India Company. Warrant to pay twenty marks to the king of heralds, “for assigning a arms to the Company, by the virtue of his office.”
May 8.—Money warrants.
May 15.—Accounts in the West country to be audited. Orders to pay money. Timber account.
May. 22.—Business in the West country. Money warrants, including 29l. 10s. to Chas. Anthonie, Her Majesty’s graver, for stamps for the East India moneys. Two warrants directed to the poursuivant that attends the Company for the committal of such as deny their supplies.
May 29. John Bate disfranchised, and John Jackson, who is content to supply all his payments, admitted. Wm. Smythe to be made free as an adventurer. Hugh Hamersley admitted an adventurer. Humphrey Milwarde agrees to bring in his adventure by the last of July next. [Four pages. Court Bk., I., 71–73.]