Henry VIII: April 1513, 26-30

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April 1513

26 April. 1816. RICHARD ELYOT.
Justice of Common Pleas. See GRANTS IN APRIL 1513 (5 Hen. VIII.), No. 14.
26 April.
Add. MS.,
5,860, p. 194.
B.M.
1817. CLERKS OF THE SIGNET.
Warrant to John Daunce to deliver 40l. to the Clerks of the Signet. Greenwich, 4 March 4 Hen. VIII.
Subscribed with Brian Tuke's receipt for the money, on 26 April 5 Hen. VIII.
Modern copy.
26 April.
S.P. Hen. VIII.,
229, f. 141.
R.O.
1818. ENGINES CALLED MOUNTGALARIES.
Receipt, 26 April 5 Hen. VIII., by Bede Olyver, of 28l. 16s. from John Daunce, for coats and presting money for 80 carpenters, sawyers, &c. (particulars specified) and his own wages at 2s. a day for one month, from 20 April to 23 May, appointed to go to Southampton "to serche such engines called mountgalaries which were lately made in those parts," and ship the same.
ii. Wolsey's holograph order for this attached.
Pp. 2.
26 April.
Ib., f. 143. R.O.
1819. HUSSEY and DARRALD.
Charge of the account of John Hussey and Godfrey Darrald, late collectors of custom and subsidy at Kingston upon Hull, from Michaelmas to 4 Dec. 1 Hen. VIII., 52l. 10s. 8¾d. Payments, besides ordinary fees, included 20l. to the Captain of Berwick, by a tally levied at the Exchequer 6 June 2 Hen. VIII., and to Alice Darrald, by two tallies of 26 April 5 Hen. VIII., sums of 16l. 8s. 5d. and 1d. (sic) respectively. Total payments 52l. 10s. 9½d., leaving them in surplus ¾d.
Lat., 1. Headed: E. Chambyr, auditor.
26 April.
S.P. Hen. VIII.,
3, f. 167.
R.O.
1820. [3950.] SIR EDWARD PONYNGES to HENRY VIII.
Received on the 21st his letter of the 13th, referring to another letter, not received, willing him to be ready with 500 persons, viz., 50 demi-lances, 200 archers, 100 marispykes and 150 bills. There are but few demi-lances in Kent, where he dwells, and few men expert for the same. Offers 6 men of arms and 9 barded horses, if he may make up the 50 with men of these parts. Has provided 200 harness, 300 good marispikes, 100 bows, 100 sheaf of arrows, 100 bills, tent, pavilion, and "haale" for himself. Begs to have Sir John Norton for his lieutenant. Wishes to come home to make preparations. Brussels, 26 April. Signed.
P. 1. Addressed.
26 April.
S.P. Hen. VIII.,
3, f. 168.
R.O.
1821. [3951.] PONYNGES to WOLSEY.
On the same subject as the above. Hopes he will support his application to come home. His coming is necessary both for obtaining money to take with him and for the ordering of his wife and household, and all such gear as he leaves behind him. Here, for sixteen days, has been a rumor that the King of Aragon has made peace with the French King and that a pursuivant of the former has passed through France to Calais, and crossed to England. Brussels, 26 April. Signed.
P. 1. Addressed: "To Master Almoner."
26 April.
Lettres de
Louis XII., iv.,
106.
Le Glay,
Corresp. de
Max. et
de Marg.,
II., 133.
1822. MAXIMILIAN to MARGARET OF SAVOY.
Learnt by hers of the 11th inst. that she has concluded the treaty between him and the King of England. Has thereupon despatched the writings concerning that affair; and would have sent them to her, but is just notified by the King of Aragon that he has taken a year's truce between the Emperor, him and the King of England on the one side and France, Scotland and Charles of Gueldres on the other, without comprehending the Italians. Desires her at once to send her advice and that of his Privy Council there as to what he should do now,—and meanwhile to proceed no further with the English. As to the truce, which she advises, with Gueldres he has done his best and sent Presingher back to his master, Charles of Gueldres, with an instruction (copy enclosed). Middleham, 26 April 1513.
French.
28 April. 1823. THORNEY ABBEY.
Election. See GRANTS IN APRIL 1513 (5 Hen. VIII.), No. 21.
28 April.
Galba B. III.,
25.
B.M.
1824. [3962.] [POYNINGS, &c.] to HENRY VIII.
(First leaf missing.) "by her good countenance as by her words and deeds for sh[e took a letter] out of her purse wherein the tidings were written concerning the bruit and common rumour of the truce taken between your father [the said] King of Aragon and the French King and brake the said letter, [therewith] casting it on the ground, having the words 'Let the un[true] bruit and vulgar opinion give place to the truth.'" Declared the King's recent feats at sea against the Frenchmen and delivered her a bill of the news translated into French, which she thereupon commanded Marynex, her secretary, to enclose in her letter to the Emperor. She said no [peace] was yet taken between the Emperor and the Venetians, who were raising a bruit that, if he would not conclude, they would join the Frenchmen, thinking thereby the sooner to induce him to peace. She desired that Henry would write to the Venetians and also show their ambassador that they should make peace for the weal of Christendom, for if they join France they must lose his favour. The Emperor will put the whole cause in the hands of the King of Aragon if the Venetians will agree, as the said ambassador must be shown. Yesterday the French ambassador (fn. 1) arrived here. He shall have audience to-day and be despatched (as they suppose) with another answer than he looks for. Brussels, 28 April.
Copy, mutilated, pp. 2. Fragment, from a letter-book.
28 April.
Navy Records
Soc., X., 134.
1825. PREGENT DE BIDOUX to [ROBERTET ?].
Tells how, after leaving Brest on 13 March, he was compelled by sickness among his men to apply to M. de Chillou, vice-admiral of Britanny, for new men. On Friday, the Eve of St. George, after leaving Bar le Duc, was met at the Croix Primoguet by some 50 English ships. Describes the fight ending in the flight of the English, who lost a ship of 300 sunk in his sight, another sunk behind the point and two others which sank in the night. On Monday following, St. Mark's day, some 60 ships and boats, with Admiral Lord Howard in the first galleasse, assailed him and many men were slain on both sides; but the English finally drew off. As the two prisoners he took, viz., a Fleming, since dead, and an Englishman, both said the Admiral was among those who boarded the galley, and described him; Prégent made search and to-day recovered his body. Sent word of this to the Grand Master and Laval, at St. Mathieu; and the former immediately sent to learn from the King and Queen how the Admiral should be buried. Meanwhile enbalms the body. Want of money and men. As the Queen gave him a whistle he sends her the Admiral's, and to Madame Claude the Admiral's clothes. Since the English arrived there have been continual alarms. Writes to the King. Conquet, 28 April.
French.
29 April.
Lettres de
Louis XII., iv.,
110.
Le Glay,
Corresp. de
Max. et
de Marg.,
II., 135.
1826. MAXIMILIAN to MARGARET OF SAVOY.
Has received letters from the King of England asking leave to engage men and hoys in the Low Countries for his army; and, although she may think that his dear brother, the King of France, might be offended, yet, considering the ancient alliances with England, which provide for communication of all things, he has consented. Was the more ready to grant this because the King of France, both during the lifetime of King Philip and since, has sent money and men to his enemies in Gueldres and nevertheless always claimed not to have infringed the treaties. Middelham, 29 April 1513, apres Pasques.
French.
29 April.
Baronius,
XXXI., 26.
1827. LEO X. to the KING OF DENMARK.
Desiring peace among Christian princes, in order that he may turn his thoughts to repelling the Turks, exhorts the King not to move war against anyone, especially Henry king of Britain, who for many causes is most dear to the Pope. Rome, 3 kal. Maias 1513, pont. 1.
Lat.
30 April.
Calig. E. I., 11.
[E., I., II.,
120.]
B.M.
Navy Records
Soc., X., 141.
1828. [3974.] WILLIAM SABIN to WOLSEY.
Showed the Lord Admiral such credence as he was commanded by the King and Wolsey; and "since his departing" has shown it to Lord Fer[rers] and others of his Council. Cannot see any advantage to be had of the enemy. They are in great strength and well provided,—unless they be attacked by land. There are other places beside the Trade where damage may be done. So long as the English remain in "one betyng and remeve nat" the enemy will not come out from the coast of Britanny, or give an opportunity of pursuit. There are numerous places where a landing can be effected. Has offered his advice, as Wolsey, his head and governor, commanded. The enterprise on the galleys was not conducted as he would have advised. The Admiral had attacked them before he came. "Whan I se them ly in so gret a strengtht be wa[ter and be] londe, I com unto my Lord Admyrall and schoyd hym [my mind] and myne advyse, the wyche he was so sore set apon ... be a Spanyarde (fn. 2), that I cowde nat torne hys mynd. [The said] Spannyarde, pout hym in so gret comfort, and sayd t ... were nothyng in manor that my lord dred no th ... more pyty yt was. Howbeit he dyed lyke a vallyent [man], and as he was informed by ye said Spannyarde hes ... Jesu have mersy, for now we be bodys withowte a hed." Urged the Admiral [last] Christmas for convicts to serve in the Fleet; and now makes further suggestions.
"Written under sail the last day of April."
Hol., mutilated, pp. 3. Add.: "To his most honorable maister Aumoner to the King's grace." Endorsed by Wolsey[?].
30 April.
S.P. Hen. VIII.,
3, f. 169.
R.O.
1829. [3972.] SIR HUGH VAUGHAN to WOLSEY.
Is at great charge for the war, being so near the King's enemies. Has written to the King for aid to keep 50 men more during the summer. Sends him, by Senton his servant, "Normandy cloth for to make chittes (sheets) for your servants." Is daily menaced by the French. Expects to be attacked. Has given the office of bailly of Jersey to bearer, Hilary Senton, and begs that the gift may be confirmed by the King, for life. Jersey, 30 April. Signed.
P. 1. Addressed: "To the right hon. Mr. Doctor Wolsey, the King's almoner." Endorsed.
30 April.
Galba B. III.,
84a.
B.M.
1830. [3975.] MARGARET OF SAVOY to CARD. [BAINBRIDGE].
Has this day spoken with the English ambassadors of a false league (fallaci treuga), which the French say has been made with the King of Aragon, as the letters of the said ambassadors will explain. As the French may sow similar rumours at Rome she thought it fitting that the ambassadors should write this to him, that the Pope and others may know the truth. Brussels, 30 April 1513.
Lat., p. 1, mutilated. In the hand of Spinelly: "The copy of a letter which my Lady of Savoy hath written to my Lord Cardinal of England."
30 April.
S.P. Hen. VIII.,
229, f. 144.
R.O.
1831. ANDREA SCARELLA'S CARRACK.
Petition to the Emperor by Andrew Scarella, of Savona in Italy, owner and master of the carrack named Nôtre Dame de Lorette which was seized by servants and subjects of the King of England while anchored "sur le strom et treffons de votre conte de Zeellande," upon which the Emperor has written to the King and caused representations to be made to his ambassadors here, before whom petitioner has (at the command of the dowager of Savoy, the Emperor's daughter) several times been, with no result. Encloses an inventory of the goods and enlarges upon the greatness of the loss.
ii. A long inventory of the ship (taken at the port of Armude) and goods, with their values, in all 25,996 ducats.
French, pp. 9. Endd.: L'res and matters for the carak called Sancta Maria de Loreto.
S. P. Hen. VIII.,
3, f. 170.
R.O.
2. [3973.] Another copy of § ii., above, with two additional items, viz. wages of the mariners from 19 Feb. (when a like declaration was delivered to Madame) to 13 March (when the present declaration was delivered) and Scarella's own loss which he refers to her discretion. (fn. 3)
French, pp. 7.
Ib., 175. 3. [3973 ii.] A duplicate of § 2, apostyled with decisions of the Council of Flanders. Signed: "Marguerite." Subscribed: "Ainsi fait, tauxe et arbitre par ma dicte dame ou conseil lez elle a Bruxelles le dernier jour d'Avril, lan xvc xiij., moy present, E. Vanden Dame." Each page countersigned: E. Vanden Dame.
French, pp. 11.
1832. THE NEW TREATY WITH SPAIN.
Commission to Knight and Stile. See GRANTS IN APRIL 1513 (5 Hen. VIII.), No. 32.
Le Glay,
Corresp. de
Max. et
de Marg.,
II., 137.
1833. MARGARET OF SAVOY to MAXIMILIAN.
* * * Begs him to declare his intention upon the truce and other things now occurrent. Whether it be peace or war it is necessary that he and the kings of Aragon and England hold together.
French.
S.P. Hen. VIII.,
3, f. 198.
R.O.
1834. [4009.] THE ARMY.
Among other proposals for the setting forth of the King's armies, it is thought right that the Lord Steward with the vanguard, on his arrival at Calais, should set forward, in order that victuals may not be wasted; as the vanguard is insufficient to undertake a siege, the rear is to set forward as soon as possible to join them at Calais. The vanguard is to embark on the 15th May, so that it may be all over by the 28th, and by that day the rear may be ready to embark. The King, with the middle-ward, to follow at convenient time.
To avoid danger, it is thought the King ought not to lay siege to any town in person, but to keep with his retinue at a convenient distance.
Draft in Ruthal's hand, pp. 2.
1835. [4330.] FRENCH NAVY.
Calig. D. VI.,
f. 88.
B.M.
Navy Records
Soc., x., 90.
Joes Pierducx left Vere on his second journey, 1 March 1512, going along the coast to Brest. Brief note of ships and galleys at Heu, Diepe, Hondfleur, Stoques, Pontarchon, Susieres and Brest. It is expected that the Scots and Danes will help with a good number of ships. At Harfleur found Robert Berton making a fine new ship of 200 tons, to be ready by Easter last. Was arrested there, but, through his acquaintance with Berton, obtained release. At Dieppe, in his return he was imprisoned for a time.
French. Mutilated, pp. 4. Endd.: Rapport de Joes Pierdux.
1836. GRANTS IN APRIL, 1513, 5 HENRY VIII.
1. Monastery of Waltham Holy Cross. The licence dated 22 April enrolled in the 5th year (Pat. p. 2, m.23) is of the 6th. [3940.]
2. Thomas Ferrour, yeoman of the Crown. To be, for life, usher of the chamber at Westminster, called "le Princes Counsell Chambre," with 10l. a year out of the duchy of Cornwall, as Thomas Stokes, late usher of that chamber enjoyed [by grant of Sir Robert Southwell] (fn. 4) and his costs in attending upon the Council of that chamber. Del. Croydon, 22 April 5 Henry VIII. [3941.]
3. The Order of St. John of Jerusalem. Letters missive appointing the prior, with Sir _ Neuport, Sir _ Sheffeld, Sir _ Launcelot, Sir _ Weston, to attend the King with 100 demilances, 100 archers and 100 marispikes; and to notify the King by writing before April next, of their readiness, and send a person to receive money for jackets and conduct. The preamble states that, at the instant request of the Pope and other allies for defence of the Church, which is oppressed by the French king, and extinction of schism "raised by certain perverse cardinals" and maintained by that King, the King has entered war and is going into France "with an army royal, this next summer." Greenwich, 22 Feb. 4 Hen. VIII. S.B. (copy with note, signed T. Docwra, that the original was shown to the Chancellor on 23 April 5 Hen. VIII. in order to obtain protection according to the Act of 3 Hen. VIII).
(2) Protection for Docwra. Westm., 23 April. French Roll, 5. Hen. VIII m.14. [3942.]
4. Sir Robert Southwell. Grant, for life, of the manors of Saham Tony, Nekton, Panworth Halle, and Cressyngham Parva, the hundreds of Waylond and Grymmeshowe, Norfolk; with annuity of 100l., during pleasure, out of the issues of the Hanaper and of the earldom of Richmond; and, for his attendance about the King's business since the first day of the reign, a grant of 800l., being at the rate of 200l. a year, payable out of the said Earldom. Del. Westm., 23 April 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m.11. [3943.]
5. John the prior, and the convent of Barnestaple, Devon. Licence to procure Papal bulls, granting the said convent the free election of their priors, and discharging them from the jurisdiction of the abbot of Cluny in France, and of the prior of St. Martin in Campis, near Paris. Greenwich, 21 April 4 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 23 April 5 Hen. VIII. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m.7. [3944.]
6. Abbey of St. Edmund of Bury. Restitution of the temporalities on the election of John Melford, B.D., as abbot, vice William Codenham, deceased. Greenwich, 23 April 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 April. P.S.
2. Writs for the above to the escheators of Norf. and Suff., Camb., Northt., Essex, Leic., and London; and to the tenants of the abbey. Westm., 24 April. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m.19. [3947.]
7. William abp. of Canterbury, Chancellor. To cancel inquisition taken at Cicestre, Glouc., 20 Nov. 23 Hen. VII., before John Hunteley, escheator, finding that William late Earl of Huntingdon, long before death, was seized in fee of the castle of Chepstowe, the lordships of Chepstowe and Tudenham, and of the castle and lordship of Ragland in the marches of Wales; that after his death Sir Walter Herbert possessed the same, but by what title could not be found; that he held them from the death of the said Earl, 16 July 6 Hen. VII., till 16 September 23 Hen. VII., when he died; that the castle and lordships of Chepstowe and Tudenham were held of the late King in chief by knight service, and were worth 100 marks a year; and that the castle and lordship of Ragland was similarly held, and was worth 37l. 11s. 9½d. a year; that Elizabeth, then wife of Charles Somerset Lord Herbert of Gower and Chepstowe, was daughter and heir of the said Earl, and cousin and heir of the said Walter; viz., daughter of the said Earl, brother of the said Walter; that at Walter's death she was 30 years old; and that the said Earl held no other possession of the late King in the said county. Also to command the Barons to cancel the transcript in the Exchequer. Greenwich, 21 March 4 Hen. VIII. Del. Lambeth, 25 April. S.B. [3949.]
8. John Yan. Request by Lord Bergevenny, to the Chancellor, for protection with clause volumus, according to the Statute, to be made for John Yan, of Molsham near Chelmesford, Essex, barber-surgeon, retained to serve under the said Lord in the King's wars beyond the sea. 26 April 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: G. Bergevenny). French Roll, 5. Hen. VIII m.10 (dated 29 April). [3952, 3968.]
9. William Staverton, grocer of London, alias of Westminster. Protection for one year; going in the suite of Sir Gilbert Talbot, Deputy of Calais. Greenwich, 3 March 4 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 April 5 Hen. VIII. P.S. [3953.]
10. Nowell Loveday, groom of the Cellar. Grant, for life, of lands and tenements in St. John's Street, alias Cow-cross Street, Smithfield, in the suburbs of London, formerly held by Thomas Trewe alias Shyngill, and afterwards by William Cope, by grants of Hen. VII. and Hen. VIII. Greenwich, 17 April 4 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 April 5 Hen. VIII. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m.11. [3954.]
11. James Standyssh and Joan his wife, kinswoman and heir of John Meaux. Inspeximus and confirmation of charter 21 July 5 Edw. III., granting free warren to the said John Meaux and his heirs in their demesne lands of Byllyngeye and Walcote, Linc., and Bampton and (sic) Oyly, Oxon. Westm., 26 April. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m.8. [3955.]
12. Robert Knollys of Wakefield, Yorks., dyer. Protection; going to the wars in the retinue of Richard Tempest, squire of the Body. Westm., 26 April. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m.14. [3956.]
13. Sir John Seymour. Protection; going to serve in the wars. Westm., 26 April. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m.14. [3957.]
14. Richard Elyot. To be a Justice of the Common Pleas, during pleasure. Del. Westm., 26 April 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 4 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m.16. [3958.]
15. Master William Dodwell, M.A. Presentation to the church of Gayton in Le Mershe, Linc. dioc., void by resignation., Greenwich, 21 April 5 (fn. 5) Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 April 5 Hen. VIII. P.S. Pat. 5 (sic) Hen. VIII. p. 1, m.11. [5011.]
16. Scholars of Christ's College, Cambridge. Inspeximus and confirmation of:—
Pat. 1 May 20 Hen. VII.
Pat. 4 May 20 Hen. VII.
Pat. 12 July 22 Hen. VII.
Pat. 14 July 22 Hen. VII.
Pat. 11 Nov. 23 Hen. VII.
Westm., 26 April [5 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. Roll 49, No. 4.
17. Thomas Darnall, and William Purde, a clerk of the Privy Seal. Grant, in survivorship, of the office of engrosser of the Great Roll of the Exchequer, or clerk of the Pipe; on surrender of patent 16 May 23 Hen. VII., granting Darnall that office, and of patent 24 Sept. 4 Hen. VIII., granting the reversion of it on his death to the said William. Greenwich, 17 April 4 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 27 April 5 Hen. VIII. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m.11. [3959.]
18. Commission of oyer and terminer.
Glamorgan and Morgan.—Lleison abbot of Neith, David abbot of Morgan, Charles Somerset Lord Herbert, Mathew Cradok, John Butler, Christopher Mathew, and William Mathew; to assemble at Cardif, 18 July next. Del. Westm., 27 April 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m.16d. [3960.]
19. Thomas Crosse of London, merchant. Protection for one year; going in the suite of Sir Gilbert Talbot, Deputy of Calais. Greenwich, 17 April 4 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 27 April 5 Hen. VIII. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m.10 (dated 27 June). [3961, 4290.]
20. John Sharpe, groom purveyor. Fiat for a commission to provide waggons, carts, &c., for carriage of the Household, for six months. Del. 27 April 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (addressed to the Clerk of the Crown by John Shurley, Cofferer).
21. Abbey of Thorney. Restitution of the temporalities on the election of Robert Moulton as abbot. Greenwich, 16 April 4 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 April. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m.15. [3963.]
22. Sir Thomas Fetiplace. Request for his protection, according to the Act, as he is about to serve in the war under Richard bishop of Winchester. 28 April 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: Ri. Wynton). [3964.]
23. Peter Chorsi, of Florence, Antony Bonvixi and Francis Sbarra, of Lucca, merchants. Licence to retain in their hands for five years the customs on all their exports and imports during 18 months from 1 Oct. 4 Hen. VIII., to the amount of 2,000 marks. Del. Westm., 28 April 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. French Roll 5 Hen. VIII. m.4. [3965.]
24. Richard Dryland, of Ostynghanger, Kent. Protection; going to serve in the wars. Westm., 28 April. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m.10. [3966.]
25. Commissions of the Peace. See Appendix.
Essex.—Westm., 29 April.
Suffolk.—Westm., 29 April. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m.1d. [3967.]
26. John Yan. See above, § 8.
27. John Yong, master of the Rolls. To cancel several recognizances of 240l., made by John Chowne of Wrotham, Robert Mylles of Malling, Hugh Mowceherst of Estpekham, Robert Turk of Wrotham, Richard Hill of St. Margaret's Hall, William Swan of [No]rthflete, and John Clerk of Wrotham, Kent, 4 Feb. 23 Hen. VII. Greenwich, 30 April 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. [3969.]
28. Inhabitants of the town of Hadleigh, Suffolk. Licence, by charter, for them and their successors to hold a market every Monday. Del. Westm., 30 April 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. [3970.]
29. Thomas Tonge, whom the King names York Herald-at-Arms. Annuity of 20 marks for life, for the fee of his office. Greenwich, 26 April 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 30 April. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m.16. [3971.]
30. William Fitzwilliam, esquire for the Body. Fiat for his custody of the manor of Warplesdon alias Wurplesdon, Surr., from Mich. next, for 10 years at 17l. 10s. rent and 10s. increase. Del. 30 April 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed by T. earl of Surrey, as treasurer; with certificate by Robt. Blagge that surety is found in the Exchequer).
31. The same. Similar fiat for his custody, of the manor of Cleygate, Surr., which Reynold Bray lately held for life by grant of Hen. VII.; for 10 years from Mich. next at 10l. 10s. 10d. rent and 10s. increase. Same date. S.B.
32. William Knight, LL.D., and John Style. Commission to receive the oath of Ferdinand king of Aragon for observance of the treaty concluded at London, in Castro Bernardi, 18 April 15[13,] by Thomas earl of Surrey, treasurer and marshal of England, and Louis Carroz de Vilaragud. S.B. (defaced, without note of delivery, now filed under 17 June 5 Henry VIII.). [4268.]

Footnotes

  • 1. Sieur de Genly.
  • 2. Sharon ? See No. 1844.
  • 3. In § 3 she remits this to the King's pleasure.
  • 4. Underlined, with note that these words were cancelled "ex consensu Johannis Erneley, attornati Regis."
  • 5. Probably an error for "4" as the presentation is to William bishop of Lincoln who died in January 5 Hen. VIII.