Henry VIII: June 1513, 27-30

Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1, 1509-1514. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1920.

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'Henry VIII: June 1513, 27-30', in Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1, 1509-1514, (London, 1920) pp. 918-940. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/letters-papers-hen8/vol1/pp918-940 [accessed 19 April 2024]

June 1513

27 June.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 4, f. 83. R.O.
2030. [4288.] LEO X. to HENRY VIII.
On this day, the 27 June, restored to their rank as cardinals Bernard Carvajal and Frederic de Sancto Severino, on acknowledgment of their errors. Is glad to have restored to the bosom of the Church two such principal members. They had subscribed and read a schedule in the Lateran Council in testimony of their adherence, and a few days after, in the Consistory at Rome, confessed their errors and asked pardon. Sends a copy of their absolution and restitution. Rome, 27 June 1513, 1 pont.
Lat., p. 1. Add.
27 June.
Roman Transcr., I., 1, f. 168. R.O.
2031. LEO X.
Note that, 27 June 1513, the Pope wrote similar letters to the King of Scots, Margaret of Austria and the Kings of Portugal and England concerning the absolving of the two cardinals [Carvajal and S. Severino]; and that on 6 July a duplicate was sent to the King of England without clause "Quorum amborum," &c.
Latin. Modern transcript, p. 1.
27 June.
Vitell. B. II., 47. B.M.
2032. [4287.] HADRIAN CARDINAL ST. CHRISOGON to HENRY VIII.
Had already written of the preparations of the French for war; of their defeat by the Swiss; of the Spaniards in Lombardy; of the attempts of the Venetians against the city ...; of the siege of Verona; and the efforts of the Pope to restore order. In this last session of the Lateran Council, a note was read from the two (fn. 1) cardinals (patres) at Florence, professing their adherence to the Council. They started a few days after from Florence; entered Rome without the insignia of the Cardinalate; passed the night in the same chamber, and were next day brought to the Consistory, without rochet and hat. Like private persons they approached the Pope through a great crowd, with three genuflexions, confessed their error, asked for pardon, and, abjuring the schism, were absolved by the Pope, who restored to them the red hat, rochet, cape, and pileus, admitting them to kiss his feet. Rome, 27 June 1513. Signed.
Lat., pp. 3. Add.
28 June.
Ashmol. MS. 858, p. 9.
2033. WILLIAM ATWATER.
"Grant of a crest unto William Atwater, of Cannington, in Somersetshire, S.T.P., Dean of the King's Chapel, by Thomas Wriotheslie, Garter (28 June 1513)." From Catalogue.
28 June.
Stowe MS. 146, f. 85. B.M.
2034. THE GUARD.
Warrant to John Daunce to pay John Thurstone, master of the King's barge, 15l. 5s. 4d. for hire of barges and crayers to carry the Guard from Greenwich to Feversham by water. Canterbury, 28 June 5 Hen. VIII.
ii. Subscribed with Thurston's receipt dated the same day.
Small parchment, p. 1.
28 June.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 230, f. 5. R.O.
2035. SECRET ENGINES.
Wolsey's holograph order to his "fellawe Dawnce" to pay my lord Treasurer 6l. 13s. 4d. laid out "in reward to a joiner which hath made certain secret engines for the King."
Subscribed as received by Sir John Wayne, 28 June 5 Hen. VIII.
Small paper, p. 1.
28 June.
Roman Transcr., I., 1, ff. 163, 165. R.O. Baronius, XXXI. 25.
2036. LEO X. to JAMES IV.
Annoyed to hear that he prepares war against Henry king of England, notwithstanding the Pope's intercession, already by two letters declared, and the treaties. He may imagine what grief this causes to the Pope, striving as he is for peace among Christian princes,—in order that a holy war may be prepared against the Turk, who now, having conquered all adversaries, is said to be intent on the destruction of Christendom. The King of England has often promised to join with the Holy See in exhorting other Kings to peace, and if he asks for ecclesiastical censures to be executed against James and his people how can the Pope refuse? Rome, 28 June 1513, pont. 1.
Lat. Two modern transcripts, each pp. 2.
29 June.
Hatfield MSS. [Hist. MSS. Com. I., 15.]
2037. HENRY VIII. to DR. KNIGHT.
He is to return, leaving John Style at the King of Aragon's court. Sends 100l. for his charges. Shrewsbury and Herbert with the van and rear wards, 30,000 men, have now besieged Tyrwyn, and most of the King's ward, of 15,000, are passed over to Calais. Tarries only for wind to cross thither. Knight shall show this to the King of Aragon and, at departing, press him to declare his determination according to the treaty. Dover, 29 June.
29 June.
Galba B. III., 115. B.M.
2038. [4296.] SPINELLY to [HENRY VIII.].
Wrote last on the 25th. Has received a packet from Germany, and a letter from Sir Robt. Wingfield, with sundry news of Italy. If the Swiss enter Dauphiny the French King will not be able to withdraw his troops. The Emperor will pay 48,000 gold florins to the Swiss and furnish them with horsemen and ordnance, under Lord Vergy. My Lady hears from Jakys de Banisiis that 600 spears of the Pope and Florentines have entered Plesaunce. The Pope had sent 22,000 ducats to the Viceroy of Naples. The French King has promised the Pope's brother his kinswoman in marriage, with a rent of 30,000 ducats in the Duchy of Milan, to procure the Pope's amity; and will make the Pope's brother governor of that Duchy, abolish the Council and renounce the prematica. Sends a note of the communications between Madame and the ambassador of Aragon, who asked her to write to Henry and gave her the enclosed bill. She delivered it to Spinelly, saying, "that the King of Aragon is a great wise Prince, and ... that in his subtle understanding is comprised many profound matters which cannot be capace unto every ... but that his intent and mind is good." Spinelly answered, he thought so, but that the King of England ought to be made privy to it, when the King of Aragon practised with his enemies. My Lady's letter for the King is sent to Armostorf and Symon de Ferret, with two from Milan from Andrew de Bourg[o]. Sends a copy of one, and an abstract of the other, in English. She still urges the accommodation with the Venetians; and desires the King would retain 1,000 foot and 200 horse of the Duke of Brunswick, now at liberty. Nothing has been said of the carrack (fn. 2), as Tousaynt Dor is not arrived. No resolution come from Geldres. The Lord of Nassaw is at Bumbill. The Lord Reux speaks highly of the King's army. Pyenys and Delapalys have sent to Eden promising to deal lovingly with my Lord Prince's subjects. The Emperor is expected shortly. Brussels, 29 June 1513. Signed.
ii. "News [sent] by my Lady of Savoy un[to Thomas] Spinelly which she hath understonde of the [ambassador] of Aragon."
A courier has come, by France, from the King his master. The courier carried letters dated Vagladolyt, 12th of [June], to the Aragonese envoy at the French court, who thereupon returned home. The French stated that my Lady would not allow the King of England to have any aid out of her country; at which Ferdinand is surprised, and exhorts her to assist England. Begs her to solicit peace between the Emperor and the Venetians and urge the King of England, for whom he has great affection, to use his counsel. Much disliked the prosperity of the French in Italy, especially the commotion of Genoa, expecting they would send the second son of King Frederick into the realm of Naples. Is ready to attack Berne, whenever the King's army sets forth. Assents to the alliance between the Princess Mary and the Prince of Castile, and whatever will advance the amity of England.
Pp. 7, mutilated.
Ib. 118b.B.M. 2. [4308.] The Spanish Ambassador to Madame.
Begs her to write to the King of England on the subjects proposed. Signed: El Embaxador.
Sp., p. 1. Headed: Muy poderosa Señora.
This is probably the letter referred to in Spinelly's letter of the 29th June.
30 June.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 4, f. 85. R.O.
2039. [4304.] LOUIS MAROTON to the MAITRE DES POSTES.
The Tyrolese pay 5,000 foot soldiers and 40,000 florins d'or, and have started against the Venetians. Begs he will advertise the Sieur de Berghes of the same. Frankfort, 30 June '13.
Hol., Fr., p. 1. Add.
30 June.
Ib., f. 86. R.O.
2040. [4305.] LOUIS MAROTON to FRANCIS DE TAXIS, Master of the Posts.
Begs him to hand this letter (ceste lettre) to De Berghes. Thinks De Taxis has heard the news from his brother. The Emperor is come to Frankfort to speak with the elector of Hesse. Thinks that the "journée imperiale" will be successful. Begs he will tell Spinelly that had the money been delivered the Swiss might have been in France ten days ago. The Emperor is informed that the Viceroy "veult faire à la part aux porterons (poltrons ?) de Venesse; sil le fait il sera (?) destrus bien brief." Frankfort, 30 June ao 13.
Begs to be recommended to his nephew Baptiste.
Hol., Fr., p. 1. Add.
30 June.
Sanuto, XVI., 450.
2041. VENICE.
[Note of letters received 3 July 1513.]
From the Ambassador at Rome, 30 June.—Pope's desire to make peace between the Emperor and Venice. Cardinal San Severino, who stays in the Pope's palace and is all French, has letters of 20 and 21 June, from the Court at Paris, to the effect that the English were crossing and the French would not meet them in the field but furnish Boulogne with 14,000 foot. A Spanish ambassador had come to France to treat the peace and Mons. de la Trimolie was expected.
Italian.
June.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 230, f. 6. R.O.
2042. JOHN MEAWTIS.
Wolsey's order to his "fellow, John Daunce," to deliver Mr. Mewties 40l. for himself and clerks, "for this voyage." Signed: Thomas W[ulcy].
ii. Subscribed as received by John Meawtis ... June 5 Hen. VIII.
P. 1.
June.
Ib., f. 7. R.O.
2043. NAVY.
Fragment of a bill of receipt by John Bunshe, purser [of the] ... [from] John Dawtrey, of victuals for the "same ship," ... June 5 Hen. VIII. Signed.
Small paper, p. 1.
June.
Exch. Accts., 268 (6). R.O.
2044. TIN.
"Cunagium stanni" held at Lostwithiell in the month of June 5 Hen. VIII. (In the same form as the rolls for Truro. See No. 881.)
The other similar rolls for the period of this volume are:—
Ib. (7). 2. Sept. 5 Hen. VIII.
Ib. (11). 3. June 6 Hen. VIII.
Ib. (13). 4. Sept. 6 Hen. VIII.
2045. THE WAR.
Payments to Maximilian. See GRANTS IN JUNE, NO. 132.
June.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 4, f. 89. R.O.
2046. [4312.] ABP. WARHAM to HENRY VIII
Certificate that in a Convocation of his province held at St. Paul's, 6 Feb. 1511, to the 17 Dec. following, for the extirpation of heresy, &c., the clergy had granted the King 4 dismes—the first to be paid on the Feast of St. Martin 1513; the second in the [feast of St. Peter's Chains] 1514, the third at SS. Philip and James 1515 and the last at SS. Philip and James 1516. With certain provisoes. ... June 1513.
Lat. Part illegible. (fn. 3)
June.
Lettres de Louis XII., iv. 153.
2047. MARGARET OF SAVOY to LOUIS XII.
Received his letters by bearer, acknowledging hers sent by the Sieur de Jenly and asking, in view of reports of aid given to the English, what attitude these countries will maintain. Saw also his letters to her nephew (fn. 4) and to the town of Ghent and other towns. Although individuals have gone to the service of England, and have sold or hired ships, they are at liberty to do the like with France, for she is resolved to observe the treaties, as she informed him by Philip Dale and the Sieur de Jenly; and her officers of Hainault lately executed some men who had damaged Louis's subjects of Tournesis. Will shortly send a secretary to represent that subjects of these counties have not lately been well treated in France. The towns and countries of her nephew, to which Louis has written, will doubtless behave like good subjects of their natural prince. Brussels, ... June 1513.
French.
Roman Transcr., I., 1, f. 171. R.O. 2048. LEO X. to HENRY VIII.
Many days have passed since receipt of his letters witnessing his magnanimity towards the Holy See and Holy League, to which Leo has deferred answering because, with the impending fears of Italy and his own distractions, he dreaded to precipitate an occasion of answering. Now that events have followed of which Henry will have been certified, and the position of Italy seems safer, it is opportune to signify to Henry (who, as he writes, proceeds in the defence of the dignity and liberty of Holy Church, and has surpassed all others of his age) the writer's intention to prove if, by any means, a common peace can be made; and to send shortly two legates, the one to Maximilian and Henry and the other to the French King, for that purpose. Is the more desirous of this because the Turk, having conquered all who took up arms against him, is threatening Christendom. Of this he will learn more fully by the letters of the Cardinal of St. Praxedes and Silvester bp. of Worcester, his ambassador, with whom the Pope has freely conferred. Rome, anno primo.
Latin. Modern transcript, pp. 3.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 5, f. 51. R.O. 2049. [4476.] CALAIS.
An order from [Fox] Bp. of Winchester, and Wolsey, to Mr. Conway, to advance the wages, due from 6 April last to Christmas next, of the undernamed spears and archers "of this town of Calais," sc.
Spears.—Thos. Thwayttes, John Midilton, John Lisle, John Tremayle, John Cokson, William Vernon, Ric. Wetehill, Arthur Somerset, Hugh Talbot, Will. Pelham, Guy Ormeston, John Russel, Ric. Hodchowse, Geo. Grey, Humph. Banestir, Will. Palmzon, Roger Cheny, and Rob. Sidney.
Archers à chevall.—Hen. Walter, Will. Bromewiche, Rob. Pynketh, Rob. Elvys, John Colpyn, Roger Frodesam, Edw. Twechet, Pers Gruffith, Nich. Mihelton, Rob. Jurden, Hen. Wodford, And. Baret, John Lynden, Geo. Hasel, Tho. Lloid, John Stobill, Will. Massy, and Hen. Massy.
Signed: Ri. Wynton, Thomas Wulcy.
P. 1.
Ib., 230, f. 8. R.O. 2050. FLEMISH MERCENARIES.
Bill (in French) of George Carlowitz, lieutenant of the footmen under Mons. de Walham, for his own wages for the month beginning 15 May, and for money laid out on banners, gunpowder, &c.: in all 272 angels. Subscribed with note that the above, together with a further reward of 22l. 13s. 4d., was "paid by me Robert Lorde in the presence of Mr. Almosener." Signed: Thomas Wulcy.
P. 1.
Ib., f. 9. R.O. 2. Contemporary English translation of the above bill, the last item, viz., "pour pouldre de culevrine pour ceulx qui demourerent au cloistre," being amplified thus "for handgun powder for them that tarried in the cloister of the abbey beside Turwyn."
P. 1.
Stowe MS. 692, f. 12. B.M. 2051. THE WAR.
"The order of the King's army into France."
Foreward.—The lord Steward, earl of Shrewsbury, captain, and under his standard the earl of Derby and lords Hastinges, Fyctzwatter and Cobbame.
Second ward.—The lord Chamberlain earl of Worcester and the earls of Northumberland, Wylshier and Kent, lord Dacre of the South, lord Souche's son and heir, and Sir Randolf of Bruerton, marshal of the field.
The third ward.—The King, and with him the Duke of Buckingham, the Marquis Dorset, the Lord Lisle, marshal of the host, and the lord of Burgeyvene and the lord Darcy, the lord Barneys, master of his ordnance.
Note in handwriting of the period.
Cambridge, Gonville and Caius Coll. MS. 537, p. 844. 2. "The order of the army into France 5 Hen. VIII., and names of the noble men in the wards."
From Catalogue.
Exch. Accts., 62 (14). R.O. 2052. [4070.] THE VANGUARD RETINUE.
"[Retinues of the lords, knights,] and other noble persons in the vanguard according [to the book of] John Daunce as ensueth." The retinue of Sir Sampson Norton, maister of the ordinance, clerks 12; clerk comptroller, master wheeler, master smith, master mason, and two surgeons; the master gunner; 4 yeomen of the ordinance, 4 yeomen purveyors, 8 bowyers, 8 fletchers, 4 petty captains of the pioners, 22 carters and 18 serjeant gunners; the master surgeon; master mates of gunners; carters, pioneers, miners, wheelers, soldiers, carpenters, smiths, masons sawyers, bowstring makers, and chaplains; master gunners, serpentine shooters, and curtow shooters. Total, 1079.
The Lord Cobham, with captain and petty captain, foot soldiers, 103. The Marchelsie; Henry Wright, officer, 6 yeoman 2 keepers and carters, 9; Richard Sacheverell treasurer; clerks, captains and petty captains, foot soldiers, 111. The Lord Fitzwater; captains and petty captains, foot soldiers, 108. The Lord Hastyngs; captains and petty captains, foot soldiers, 115. Sir John Grene as a captain of Lord Fitzwater's retinue, foot soldiers, 41. The Earl of Shrewesbury's retinew, captain of the vanguarde; captains and petty captains, foot soldiers, Lancaster herald of arms, Mountorgoyle pursuivant, master and three other surgeons, three whifellers, three taboryners, three trumpets, 4,437. The Earl of Derby, captains and petty captains demi-lances, foot soldiers, 511. Sir John Dyggebie, marshall, with a provost, petty captain, 50 foot soldiers, 2 gaylers and 2 officers, 56. Sir Ryce ap Thomas; captains and petty captains, foot soldiers, demi-lancés, 2,993. The Lorde of Saynt Johnz; captains and petty captains, foot soldiers, 205. Horsemen, strangers, 1,050; footmen Almayns, 2,500.
Paper roll.
Faustina E. VII., 6. B.M. 2053. [4307.] THE KING'S RETINUE.
A list of noblemen [who went over with the King to Calais] with the numbers [of their retinues]. Headed "The King's ward."
The Viscount Lisle, 900. The Lord Darcy, 400. The Marquis [Dorset,] 300. Sir Wm. Sandes, 100. Sir Maurice Berkeley, 100. Sir Richd. Carew, 100. Sir Nicholas Vaus, 100. Sir Tho. Aparre, 100. Edwd. Ferers, 100. Egerton with the King's standard, 100. The Lord Daubeney, 100. The Lord Burgeveny, 500. The Duke (fn. 5) of Buckingham, 500. Sir Henry Guldeford, 100. The Banner of the Household, with the company assigned thereto, 800. The King with his guard, 600. Sir Edwd. Ponynges, 500. The Lord Willughby, 200. Willm. Compton, 400. Edwd. Belknap, 200. Sir Henry Wyot, 100. Sir Tho. Boleyn, 100. Sir John Seymour, 100. Edward Hungerford, 100. Sir Andrew Wyndesore, 100. Maynwaring, 100. Askue and Hansard, 100. Sir Tho. Lucy, 66. John Nevell, 30. The Spears' men, 1,000. _ Pole, 100. Sir Adrian Fortescue, 50. Sir John Reynesford, 100. Godfrey Fuljambe, 100. John Vere, 100. Sir Henry Marney's son. 100. (fn. 6) The Earl of Essex, 400, struck out. John Fortescue, 50. Harcourt, 6. Smythe, 50. Baryngton, 12. Barantyne, 12. Leynham (?) 7. Walleden (?) 13. Sir Harry Clifford, 60. Total, 9,466 men, besides the Lord Barners with the gunners and pioneers, the Almaynes, and the spears on horseback, &c.*
Two notes in the margin—one in English the other in Latin—but so mutilated as to be unintelligible.
P. 1, mutilated.
Exch. Accts., 62 (11). R.O. 2. [4314.] "The Myddlewarde."
"The names with the retinue, of the lords, knights, and other noblemen now mustered." The King, with his horsemen, attendants, pages, and custrelles. The King Spears with furniture and retinues _ (number left blank); the King's guard, with yeomen gunners, 600; the King's chapel, 115; the King's secretary of Latin, 5; the clerk of the King's Council, 2; the King's wardrobe of robes, 49; grooms and pages of the Privy Chamber, 29; the wardrobe of the King's beds, 15; the clerks of the Signet, with their retinues, 20; the master of the Posts, with the messengers, 14; the clerks of the Privy Seal, with "his" retinue, 6; the auditor, with his servants, 7; serjeants of arms, with their servants, 10; the chamber, with knights and squires of the Body, gentlemen ushers, sewers, grooms, and pages, with Petre de Brecia [Carmelianus], luter, 579; the King's henxemen, 21; the King's trumpets, 8; the King's minstrels and players, 10; the King's toyle setters, 2; artificers of the King's armoury, 35; the King's household, 276; the Stable, 137; petty captains of the Guard, with their retinue, _ (blank); kings of arms, heralds and pursyvaunts, 13; the King's bowyer and fletcher, with their retinues, 20; the King's physician and surgeons, with their retinues, 31; the deviasor of the King's artillery, 5; the Ordnance, with their retinue of the same, 1,173.
John Nevyll, 62; William Ascugh and William Hanserde, 103; Sir Thomas Bolayne, 102; Rauff Eggerton, 102; Sir Thomas à Parre, 123; Sir Thomas Lucye, 66; William Pole, 100; Sir Adryan Fortescue, 51; the Lord Marquis, 320; the Lord Roosse, 104; Godfrey Folyambe, 102; Sir Henry Wyott, 102; the Lord Barnes, 51; William Compton, esq., 578; Sir Andrew Wyndesore, 103; Arthur Plantagenett, 21; Edward Ferrers, 102; John Bere (sic), esq., 101; Sir John Raynesforde, 102; the Lorde Burgevenny, 511; the Lord Lysle _ (blank, in margin, 1,500); the retinue of the serjeants of the King's tents, 236; Richard Tempast, esq., 137; the Lord Darcie, 511; the Bishop of Wynchestre, 102; John Maynewaryng, 103; the Bishop of Duresme, 126; George Seyntleger, esq., 103; Sir Henry Marney, 818; Master Almosyner, 258; the Lorde Dawbeney, 103; the Lord of Essex, 469; Sir Edward Ponyngs, 511.
"As yet not mustered nor paid in Daunce's Book."
[The numbers given are only marginal jottings.]
The Duke of Buckingham, 500; [the Lord of Seynt Johnz, 200] (fn. 7); the Lord Willoughby, 200; Sir John Saymere, 100; Sir William Sandys, 100; [Sir John Dyggeby, 50]†; Sir Maurice Barkeley, 200; Sir Nicholas Vaux, 300; Sir Richard Carowe, 100; M. Dalbye, 20.
Total of the Middlewarde as afore specified, 14,032.
Roll.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 3, f. 159. R.O. 3. [3885.] "The order how the King's battle shall proceed."
"Scorours," to be appointed by the knight marshal.
Sir Ric. Wingfield, as knight marshall, with the provost marshall, the knight harbiger and other harbigers, and the retinue of spears of Calais. The lord captain of the Spears and his lieutenant to accompany the said Knight Marshal, with 40 men at arms, 300 demilances and 200 archers on horseback as contained in a bill signed by the King.
To accompany the great ordnance:—Sir Ric. Carew, master of the ordnance, with 1,000.
The avauntgarde:—Lord Lysle lord marshal, 1,800; Sir Nich. Vaus, 300; Lord Willoughby, 200; [Sir] Thos. Pa[rre], 200; Sir Thos. Boleyn, 100; Edw. Belknap, 200; Sir John Seymour, 100; Edw. Hungerford, 100; Egerton the standard bearer, 100; Pole, 100: in all, 3,200. Right wing, with ordnance: Lord Darcy, chieftain, 400; Mainwaryng, 100; Ascue and Hansard, 100; the Duke's company [of Buckingham], 400; the Marquis [of Dorset], 300; Sir Hen. Wyot, 100; Master Dalby, 20; Sir Thos. Lucy, 66; John Nevell, 30: in all, 1,516. Left wing, with light artillery: Sir Will. Sandys, chieftain, 100; Sir Morice Berkeley, 100; the Almayns [700]; Spears, comprised in a bill signed by the King, 600; in all, 1,500.
The King's ward:—the King with his guard, 600; Banner of the household, esquires for the body, sewers, gentlemen ushers, grooms and pages of the Chamber, 800; Bishops of Winchester and Durham, 100 each; Master Almoner, 200; the Duke [of Buckingham], 100; Lord Roos, 100; Sir Hen. Guldeford, 100; Will. Compton, 400; Master Ponynges, 500; Lord Barners, 50; Sir Adrian Fortescue, 50. Total, 3,100. The right wing:—Lord Burgeveny, chieftain, 500; Edw. Ferrers, 100; Lord Daubeney, 100; Sir Andrew Wynsore, 100; Spears, 700; total, 1,500. The left wing:—Sir Hen. Marney, chieftain, 800; servants of petty captains and of the King's guard, 400; Sir John Reynsford, 100; Geoffrey (sic) Fulchambe, 100; John Veer, 100; total, 1,500. Bands of artillery in the rear. Sir Anth. Ughtred, captain for the time, with a suite named in a bill signed by the King.
P. 1, broadsheet. Endd.: The boke of the Kinges bataill.
Calig. E. I., 8 (68). B.M. 4. Another copy of § 3 in which the names Mr. Veere, 100; and my Lord Norresse, 100, are added to the right wing of the Vanguard.
Later copy, pp. 2.
Shrewsb. MS. A., f. 83. Herald's Coll. Lodge I., 1. 5. [4237.] The King's Army.
The Vanguard.—The King's harbingers, Sir Richard Carewe, the Lord Lisle lord marshal, Sir Nicholas Vaux, the Lord Willoughby, Sir Thomas Parr, Sir Thomas Boleyn, Mr. Belkenap, Sir John Seymour, Sir Edward Hungerford, Mr. Egerton, standard-bearer.
The Lord Bergevenye, the Lord Awbeney, Sir Henry Wyatt, Andrew Windsor's company, Edward Ferrers, John Vere, Sir Morris Berkeley, Sir William Sands, Edward Nevill with his retinue of the King's guard, the Almains, the Lord Darcye, Fitzwilliam with his retinue of the King's guard, Askew and Hansard, the Duke's company, the Marquis's company, Mr. Compton's company, Mr. Dalby's men, Sir Thomas Bury, John Nevill.
The Mid Ward.—The banner of Household, the captains of the Bishops of Winchester and Durham and Mr. Almoner, and their retinues, the Duke and the Lord Rose, Mr. Poynings, Sir Henry Guylford.
The Rear Ward.—Sir Henry Marney, the Lord Berners, with the footmen of the Spears and his own retinue, the servants of the petty captains of the King's guard, Sir John Raynesford, Godfrey Folgeham, Sir Anthony Owtred, captain for the time, with all the residue of men of arms, ditto lances, and archers on horseback, to scour and conduct the said ordnance and rereward, my Lord of Essex, Sir John Peachy.
Endorsed: "Order of the army."
Lansd. MS. 818, f 2b. B.M. 6. [4306.] "The King's ward, passing out of Calais, anno 1513, the last day June."
Showing how the ordnance enclosed the whole main body, com, posed of the Almains, 1,500; Sir Maur. Berkeley, 100; Sir W. Sands-100; Sir Ric. Carew, 100; Sir Edw. Ferrers, 100; Geoffrey Goghe and Thos. ap Glinn (?) 120; Ralph Egerton and the King's standard, 100; the Lord Burgevenny, 400; the Duke of Buckingham, 400; Mr. Almoner, 200; the Bp. of Durham, 100; the Bp. of Winchester, 100; the Trinity banner with the King's household, 300; the King's majesty and his banner with the Guard, 600; Sir Hen. Gilford, 100; Sir Edw. Poynings, 500; Will. Compton, 200; Sir Andrew Windsor, 100; pikes of the Lord Lisle, 900; pikes of the Duke of Buckingham, 100; pikes of the Lord Burgany, 100. "All along the baggage meddled (mixed) with the ordnance."
[Right] wing. Horse.—"This wing of the Lord Darcy, 1,500 men. Three ranks of archers, 200. Three ranks of bills, 200. Three ranks of archers every rank, 200."
The same on the left wing under Lord Marney.
Ib., f. 3. ii. The order the King shall keep, dislodging from Calais towards Terouenne and Tourney. "Nota: The fore ward was passed before, under the conduct of the Viscount Lisle."
The middle ward.—Showing the number of men, the King's chapel and priests, and his household, list of ordnance and guard, attendants; with the numbers of horse and foot in the leading of each of the following captains, viz., Earl of Essex, Duke of Buckingham, Marquis Dorset, Lord Rosse, Lord Burgany, Lord Darcy, Lord Willoughby, Lord Barnes, Sir Henry Marney, Sir Edward Poyninges, Viscount Lysle, Sir Th. Parr, Sir Th. Lucy, the bps. of Winchester and Durham, Mr. Almoner, Mr. Dalby, Sir Nic. Vaux, Sir Richard Carow, Sir John Raynesforth, Sir W. Sandes, Sir Henry Wyott, Sir Andrew Wyndsor, Sir Maurice Barkley, Sir Adrian Fortescu, Sir Walter Hungerford's son and Sir John Seymour, Wm. Compton, Edward Belknap, Mr. Pole, Ralph Egerton, Garter and Clarencieux and six pursuivants. Also the names of the chief officers of the Household and numbers of their mounted servants; and a list of other gentlemen (of the Chamber ?) bringing men.
The rear ward.—The Lord Chamberlain, 1,067, the Earl of Northumberland, 500; the Earl of Wiltshire, 519; the Earl of Kent, 508; the Lords Maltravers, 100; Audeley, 126; Zouche's son, 102; Dudley's son, 200; La Warre's son, 51; Dacres of the South, 120; Sirs John Hussey, 340; Hen. Willoughby, 123; John Worbleton, 201; Randolph Brereton, 204; John Savage, 204; Edw. Carewe, slain at Terouenne, 102; Richd. Wentworth 104; David Owen, 103; Alex. Baynham, 103; Rob. Dymok, 54; Messieurs Morgan, 103; Edw. Bray, 102; Arthur Hopton, 103; the Baron Curson, 113; George St. Leger, 100; Thos. Phelips, 100; the Almain foot 500; the horsemen strangers, 1,000; the ordnance, 900.
Lansd. MS. 818, f. 6. B.M. iii. An account of the King's march, day by day, from the 30 June 1513, to the entry into Lisle, 11 Sept., containing "the proclamation in the army," the summons of Tournay, a chanson of 5 stanzas beginning—
"Que ne vous rendrez
Povres Theourneoys ?"
the safe-conduct given to the deputies of Tournay, the surrender of the city, "the names of the prisoners that were sent from the King's field unto Ayre," conducted by the Earl of Essex, captain of the Spears, to within half an English mile of the town and there committed to the governance of Sir John Peche, accompanied by Garter and Mr. Iden, clerk of the Council, viz.:—Estienne de Ruyaux du pays de Bery, Estienne de Berry, Hughe de Montclare chlr., Jacques de Houerlay, Francois Destars, Francois Ferren, Francois Spinola chlr., Charles de Valon, Pierre de Lowchampe, John de Latryne, John de Solygny, Phl. Provett, Boniface de Montferatt, Blase Cort, George Gamett, Glawde Montclere, Guillaume de Massue, John Hardwyn, John Aleman, Francois de Pery, Ant. de Cyrew, Rouland Millett, Guyse van Merthall, Nic. de Baudone, Mr. Edmond Peton, Thomas Obrye, John le Rendnalr qui ey la Chapelle, Ryshebouroghe j ijc gent., Pierre de La Roche, Claude Jenton, Gilliam de Rewy, George Byoul, Jasper Bytteyne dit Paris, Gilliame de Callay, Xpr. de Maumeshen, Ant. Danneveli, Odot Poyrisson, Francois de Gormen, Ant. de St. Orance, Giles Sanglier, Jacques Pentsart, Petit John de Crekevile, John de Lucyan standart berer, John de Boys, Guillerm Bucheer, John de Lysle, Robenet Tardiff, John de la Ryve, Reynaud de Lysle, John de la Leu, Gabriell de Mellan, Henry de Cheinge, John de Cranato, Estienne Chaueew, Jacques Vorrat, Pierre Lombart.
Pp 14. Copy. (fn. 8)
S.P. Hen. VIII., 5, f. 52. R.O. 7. [4477.] Muster roll of the King's army, with names of the captains, and numbers of petty captains, archers, bills, and marispikes under each.
Companies of (the letter "c" here indicates those who acted as captains of their men) * * * Lord Curson, c., retinue 113; Lord Herbert, c., chief captain of the rearward, 1,063; Sir Henry Willoughby, c., 123; Sir Randolph Brereton, 204; Lord Duddeley, 200; the Earl of Wilteshyre, c., 619; Sir David Owen, c. (?) 103; Lord Zouche, 102 (John Souuche, captain); Sir Robert Dymmoke, treasurer, c., 54; Lord Audeley, c., 126; the Earl of Kent, c., 108; Sir John Husey, c., 320; William Morgan, 102; Edmund Bray, c., 102; the Baron of Carowe, master of the ordnance, c., 104; Arthur Hopton, c., 103; Thomas Phylyppes, c., 104; Sir Th. West, c., 54; Lord Dakers, c., 124; Earl of Northumberland, c., 514; Wyndesore Harold, 2 (himself and John Skarlett trumpeter); George Seyntleger, c., 101; Lord Broke, c., 308; Sir John Arundell, c., 204; Sir Piers Eggecombe, c., 101; Edward Grevile, c., 102; ordnance, 800; strangers horsemen, 800. Total of the retinue, 7,372.
Pp. 3. Very much mutilated and defaced by damp.
Exch. Accts., 62 (31). R.O. 8. "The Middle Ward.—A proportion, made for draughts and carriages of the King's ordnance and artillery and other habiliments necessary for the King's own ward."
Showing the number of each kind of gun and of the horses which will be required to drag them, from culveryns and bumbardells which require each 24 Flanders mares to "organes" which need only one English horse; also the quantities of weapons, tools and material to be carried and the number of carts needed for each sort.
Large paper, pp. 3.
Exch. Accts., 61 (1). R.O. 9. End of a roll of account of the King's armoury, showing that "the said Sir Edward (fn. 9) and his said assign" have delivered out 13,719 complete harness for footmen, 11 "hosting harness" for horsemen, &c. Sixty harness for footmen were delivered by the King's command to "certain persons of the Guard which should have gone to Brest."
Three leaves, mutilated.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 230, f. 10. R.O. 2054. HORSES FOR THE ARMY.
Account of Will. Jekell, commissioner to provide cart horses and chariot horses for conveyance of victuals to the army beyond sea, audited by Sir Rob. Southwell.
Received of Sir Jo. Daunce, 18 April 4 Hen. VIII. 640l. Bought in cos. Herts, Essex, Camb. and Beds, 341 horses, for 365l. 6s. 9d.; which were delivered to Rob. Shepper and Thos. Hill, Ric. Sabain and John Robynson, John Cock and Ant. Castylton. For jackets of 145 carters, 43l. 10s. Conveyance of horses to the seaside, at 4d. a horse per day. Horses remaining in London, at 4d. a day; horses at livery at Newyngton, 3d. a day each. Charges for shoeing, &c., from 7 March 4 Hen. VIII. to 21 June following. Balance repaid to Daunce, 11 March 5 Hen. VIII.
Paper roll of two leaves.
Exch. T.R., Misc. Books, 3, f. 23. R.O. 2. [4067.] Account of Roger Dele for 654l. 17s. 3d., received, 14th May 5 Hen. VIII., of Sir John Cutte and Sir Robert Southwell, by the hands of John Daunce, for payment of horses provided in Surrey and Kent for the King's use by his commissioners, Humfrey Squyer, Willm. Dary and John Stewekley, as well as costs of conducting the said horses to Sandwich, viz.:—To Thomas Brygges, for a horse, 20s.; to Tho. Skeyte, for do. 21s.; to Robt. Arnold, do. 19s. 6d.; to Philip Stephyn, do. 18s.; to Tho. Martir, do. 16s. 8d.; to George Stephyn, do. 14s.; to Roger Attwell, do. 17s.; to Walter Roger, do. 22s.; to John Attwell, do. 14s.; to Tho. Puplat, for two horses, 36s.; [to T]homas Parker, for a horse, 21s.; [to Tho]mas Frank, for 2 horses, 43s.; to [Jo]hn Frank, for 2 horses, 40s.; [to ...] Kyng, for a horse, 25s.; to [Edwa]rd Best, for 3 horses, 6l. 13s. 4d.; [to Edw]ard Colcok, for a horse, 14s.; [to ...] Loggyn, for a horse, 11s.
And similar sums to other persons named.
Paid to 38 carters in prest unto Sandwich or Dover, towards their wages, 2s. 6d. each. To Roger Lute, for coats for the above carters at 4s. a coat.
Sum total of the money, 456l. 4s. 1d.; and of horses, 423.
Paid to Roger Lute and Willm. Kelham, for 140 coats for carters, at 4s. a coat.
Paid 6th June, by Sir John Cutte, to Humfrey Squyer, Willm. Dary, and John Stewekley, in part payment of their wages, &c., for providing the said horses, 10l. 13s.
Paid for a crayer to convey "us" from the Downs to Calais, 6s. 8d.
Pp. 21.
Exch. Accts., 56 (24). R.O. 3. Money received from John Daunce by George Quarles, upon a letter of 14 May 5 Hen. VIII. signed by Sir John Cutte and Sir Robert Southwell, for horses and carters "within the said shires," 734l. 12s. 3d.
Whereof expended by the King's commissioners in Norfolk, Suffolk and Lincoln on 533 horses, prest-money, jackets, conduct money to Dover and commissioners' expenses (amounts given but not particulars), 721l. 8s. 6d. Also delivered to Roger Deale, commissioner in Sussex, upon his account, 4l. 3s. 9d.
Remainder, 6l. 6s. 8d.
Paper roll.
Ib. (3). R.O. 4. Statement of horses and carters taken up by commissioners in divers counties, giving, by counties, the commissioners' names, the price (10s. to 60s.) at which each horse was taken, the total number of horses and their cost, the number and wages of carters and the costs of the commissioners from the _ (blank) day of _ (blank) 4 Hen. VIII. to the _ (blank) day of _ (blank) following. A memorandum at the end states that 2,266 horses are entered and that 50 of Norfolk and Suffolk are not entered. Counties, commissioners and horses are as follows:—... Wright, 533; Berks and Oxon, Th. Bryan and John Stokys, 558; Surr., Suss. and Kent, John Stewkeley and Humph. Sqwyer, 535; Bucks and Warw., Th. Laverock and John Page, 537; Worc. and Glouc., John Cookyssey, 103.
A paper roll, mutilated at the beginning.
Exch. Accts., 60 (24). R.O. 5. Account of horses and carters retained in Ntht., Beds and Hunts, the commissioners for which are respectively named as George Browne, Ralph Furnyvall and John Newburgh.
Paper roll of two leaves, without heading.
Exch. Accts., 107 (27). R.O. 6. Account of horses "bought and marked for the King" in Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire, and of carters levied there, showing, under hundreds and townships, the owner, colour and price of each horse and the number of carters (mostly named). Buckinghamshire yielded 268 horses, valued at 194l. 14s. (among them Sir Thomas Bryan, knight, at Masworth, had one at 13s. 4d., Mr. Leonard Broke at Chesham one at 20s.), and 90 carters. Hertfordshire yielded 324 horses, valued at 343l. 17s. 10d., and 108 carters: their "costs onward," being for each county, 4l.
Pp. 23. Headed: "John Walynger, Brian North: Commissioners for taking of horse in Bukk and Hertford shires."
2055. GRANTS IN JUNE, 1513.
1. John Studde. Certificate that he is entitled to protection, according to the Act, as retained to serve in the war beyond sea. 1 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: Ri. Wynton). [4143.]
2. John Gyle, the bp. of Winchester's household servant. Like certificate for him. 1 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: Ri. Wynton). [4142.]
3. John Byrte. Like certificate for him as retained by Lord Audeley. London, 1 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: By me Jhon of Audelay). French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 10 (where he is described as Simon Byrt of Whit Staunton alias of Thornecombe, Soms., esq.). [4141.]
4. Thomas Steynton, of London, draper. Protection; going to the war. Westm., 1 June. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 1. [4144.]
5. John Sharp. Licence to him and Anthony de Vivaldis, merchant of Genoa, to export kerseys and import Malvesey wine to the sum of 88l. 7s. 9d. in customs.
ii. Also pardon and release to the said John and Lawrence Bonvixi, merchant of Lucca, of all unjust customings and entries of 2,000 kerseys and 440 butts of Malvesey. Greenwich, 24 May 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 21 (§ ii., only); and French Roll 5 Hen. VIII. p. 13 (§ i., only). [4145.]
6. William Bene, grocer of London. Protection; going in the suite of Sir Gilbert Talbot, Deputy of Calais. Greenwich, 10 May 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 June. P.S. [4146.]
7. Anthony de Vivaldis, native of Italy. Denization for life. Greenwich, 26 May 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 June. P.S. [4147.]
8. Gaol Delivery.
Midland Circuit.—Commission to Humph. Conyngesby, Guy Palmes and John Jenour. Westm., 1 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 8d. [4148.]
9. Wm. Atkynson, yeoman purveyor of calves for the Household. Commission for six months to provide calves, porkers, boars, and young pigs for the Household. Westm., 1 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 8. [4149.]
10. Henry Butteler. Certificate that he is entitled to protection, according to the Act, having been retained by Lord R. Grey six weeks ago, although now arrested at London. 30 May 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 2 June. S.B. (signed: Lord Rychard Grey Marcus, in presens of me Thomas Tyrell). [4151.]
11. Wm. Antony, the King's beer brewer. Commission for six months to provide brewers for the King's beer brewing at Calais for the great army about to go beyond sea. Westm., 2 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 8.
12. Thomas Deynys, Thomas Bettys and William Smyth of Great Yarmouth, Norf. Warrant for protection according to the statute, as retained to serve upon the sea in the new ship, Henry Grace de Dieu, Harry Howard, master. 3 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: by yor humbly oratour Harry Howard). [4156.]
13. Sir Ric. Wentworth. Warrant for discharge of fines according to the Act, as going over sea in Lord Herbert's company. London, 3 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: C. Somerset and sealed). [4157.]
14. John Pakyngton. Grant, for 20 years, of two virgates of land in Sandherst, co. town of Gloucester, formerly held by Ralph Avenell, and a messuage and 7 ac. of land and ⅓ ac. of meadow in Lanford, co. town of Gloucester, lately belonging to Thos. Inglys, attainted on Thursday after the feast of St. Mary, 3 Hen. IV., being the 16 Aug., subject to the annual rent of 15s. 8d., and 2s. 4d. increase. Thos. Taylowe and Rob. Milton, of Gloucester, being his main-perners. Westm., 3 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 8. [4158.]
15. Commission of the Peace. See Appendix.
Hants.—Westm., 3 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 3d. [4159.]
16. John Herteley, of Cambridge. Warrant for protection according to the Statute, as serving in the company of Robert Baron Curson, captain for the wars. London, 1 June 5 Hen. VIII. [Del.] 3 June. S.B. (signed: per me Robart Corson). French Roll 5 Hen. VIII. m. 10. [4160.]
17. John Benger, squire. Warrant for protection and writs, according to the Act, as serving in Lord Audeley's company. London, 3 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed and sealed by "Jhon of Audelay"). [4161.]
18. Clement Harleston. Livery of lands as kinsman and heir of Alice, widow of Robert Harleston, and late wife of John Hevyngham, deceased. Greenwich, 9 May 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 19. [4166.]
19. Thomas Darcy, esquire. Warrant for writs, according to the Act, as appointed by the King to serve in the wars in the company of "George Nevyle, knyght, lord of Bergevenny." London, 4 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: G. Bergevenny). [4167.]
20. Andrew Chesham, of London, tailor. Warrant for protection with clause volumus, according to the Statute, as retained to serve in the wars. Southampton, 5 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: Ri. Wynton.) [4170.]
21. John Herteley, of Cambridge alias late of London, vintner. Protection, going to the war. Westm., 5 June. French Roll 5 Hen. VIII. m. 10.
22. Richard Edsawe or Edshawe, tailor of London. Protection for one year; going in the suite of Sir Gilbert Talbot, Deputy of Calais. Greenwich, 31 May 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 6 June. P.S. [4175.]
23. Thomas Clyfford of Aspesden, Herts, esq., William Bradbury of Claveryng, esq., Thomas Burneby late of Berkyng, gent., Thomas Kynwolmershe of Moche Dunmowe, gent., and William Kynwolmershe of Broke-stede, Essex, gent. Warrant for protections with clause volumus, according to the Statute, as retained for the wars beyond sea by "Henry Bourchier earl of Essex and captain of the King's spears now to be in the King's wars in the parts of beyond the sea." 6 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: Henry Essex). [4176.]
24. Arthur Hopton, esquire. Warrant for writs of recovery, according to the Statute, as serving in the war in Lord Herbert's retinue. 6 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: C. Somerset). [4177.]
25. Edward Creswell, yeoman of the Crown. Warrant for protection according to the Statute, as appointed, by the King, captain of a ship called The Mighell Ratt, of Plymouth, in William Courtenay's company. 6 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: by me Wellyam Courtenay, squer). [4178.]
26. Charles Brandon viscount Lisle and Gerrard Danett, esquire for the Body. Grant, in survivorship, of the office of steward of the possessions in Warwick, Gloucester, Worcester, and Oxford, which were in the occupation of Thomas Higford by reason of a feoffment made to him and others by Richard late Earl of Warwick, and are now in the King's hands as parcel of the possessions of the said Earl; with annuity of 6l. 13s. 4d., as held by Sir Edward Ralegh. Del. Westm., 6 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (defaced). Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 13. [4180.]
27. Master John Longland, D.D. Presentation to the church of Lyffton, Exeter dioc., void by death. Greenwich, 6 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 6 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 10. [4181.]
28. Christopher Hillyarde, admitted one of the King's spears, and Edward Noury and Walter Redmere, his servants. Warrant for privileges granted by Parliament of 3 Hen. VIII., as serving beyond sea with the King's spears whereof the Duke of Buckingham is "deputed and ordained chief captain." 7 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: E. Bukyngham). [4183.]
29. Edward Higgyns, clk., the King's chaplain. Grant of the deanery of the college of St. Mary, Shrewsbury, Lichfield dioc., vice Master Adam Grafton, resigned; a pension of 6 marks being reserved for the said Adam out of the issues of the deanery. Westm., 7 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 15. [4184.]
30. Edw. Creswell, yeoman of the Crown. Protection; setting out in a ship called The Michell Ratt, of Plymouth. Westm., 7 May. French Roll 5 Hen. VIII. m. 14. [4185.]
31. Robert Grysley of London, leather-seller, alias poyntmaker. Protection; going in the suite of Sir Gilbert Talbot, Deputy of Calais. Greenwich, 26 May 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 7 June. P.S. [4186.]
32. George Hyne. Warrant for protection, according to the Statute, as retained to serve in the war in the Earl of Derby's company. 22 May 5 Hen. VIII. [Del.] 8 June. S.B. (signed: Yors wt hys (?) s'vyse, besychyng (?) yow to pray for me, Thomas Stanley). [4187.]
33. John Campuci, merchant of Lucca. Licence to export wools to the value of 2,000 marks from London, Southampton or Sandwich, through and beyond the Straits of Marrok, paying for all customs dues 5 mks. the sack at the end of six years after shipment. Greenwich, 29 May 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 June. P.S. French Roll 5 Hen. VIII. m. 11. [4188.]
34. John Jakson, yeoman of the Guard. Fee of the crown, being 6d. a day, on promotion of John Almer, to be sergeant-at-arms. Greenwich, 7 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 June. P.S. (in English). Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 18. [4189.]
35. Reynold Pole, student in the University of Oxonford. Pension which the newly elected prior of St. Frideswide, there, is bound to give to a clerk of the King's nomination until he be promoted to a competent benefice by the said prior. Greenwich, 26 April 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 June. P.S. (in English). [4190.]
36. John Almer, yeoman-usher of the Chamber. To be bailiff, during pleasure, of the lordship of Welington-under-Wrekyn, Salop; from the first day of the reign, during pleasure. Del. Westm., 8 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. [4191.]
37. John Cheyny, esquire for the Body, who has been appointed one of the petty captains of the King's guard to attend the wars. Warrant for writs of recoveries, according to the Act, for certain lands in Kent and Berks at the suit against him of Sir Thomas Inglefeld, Sir Thomas Fetiplace and others. 8 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: Harry Marny). [4192.]
38. Thomas Stanley earl of Derby. Protection according to the Statute, as going to serve in the wars beyond sea. Westm., 8 June. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 14.
39. John Chamber. To be serjeant-at-arms, with 12d. a day, for life. Greenwich, 6 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 9 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 8. [4194.]
40. James Revet. To be serjeant-at-arms, with 12d. a day, for life. Greenwich, 6 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 9 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1. m. 8. [4195.]
41. Thomas Strangwishe. To be master porter of Berwick for life; with fee of 20l. a year, 20 men of the old retinue in wages, and 20 of the new crew, "as he hath had hitherto"; as amply as he or any other heretofore. Greenwich, 10 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 10 June. P.S. (in English). Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 8. [4197.]
42. Commission of oyer and terminer.
Wales and the Marches.—G. bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, Charles Bothe, clk., Sir William Uvedale, Sir Griffin Rice, Peter Newton, George Bromeley, and Thomas Lynom, to make inquisition of treasons and other offences in N. and S. Wales, in the counties of Salop, Hereford, Gloucester, Worcester, Chester, and Flint; with power to muster men if need be. Westminster, 10 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 9d. [4198.]
43. John Sharpe, groom of the Chamber, and Hugh Edwardis, sewer of the Chamber. Grant, in survivorship, of the offices of constable of the castle of Maxey, Northt., with 3d. a day out of the issues of the lordship of Maxey; bailiff of the said lordship, and keeper of the park of Bourne, Linc., with the usual fees out of the issues of the lordships of Bourne and Maxey; and keeper of the swans in the counties of Northampton and Lincoln; now in the King's hands by death of Margaret countess of Richmond. Del. Westm., 11 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 8. [4199.]
44. Lawrence Ecclesfeld, yeoman-usher of the Chamber. To be, for life, bailiff of the lordship of Sherifhoton, keeper and paler of the park; on surrender of Henry VII.'s patent granting the same to Thomas Barkeley. Del. Westm., 11 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (in English). Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p 1, m. 16. [4200.]
45. John Cavalari. To be, for life, master or warden (custos) of the Hospital of St. Mary, Bethlehem, London. Del. Westm., 11 June, 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16. [4201.]
46. Katharine, Queen Consort. To be Regent and Governess of England, Wales, and Ireland, during the King's absence in his expedition against France, for the preservation of the Catholic religion and recovery of his rights; with power to issue commissions of muster and array; to grant congés d'élire to the chapters of conventual churches, not being cathedrals; to give assent to the elections thereupon made; to present to vacant churches, in the King's gift, rated between 20 and 40 marks; to appoint sheriffs; to issue warrants under her sign manual to John Heron, treasurer of the King's chamber, for payment of such sums as she may require; and to sign warrants to the King's secretary, keeper of his signet, to issue warrants to the keeper of the Privy Seal, which, sealed with the privy seal, shall be warrants to the Chancellor to use the Great Seal. S.B. (without note of delivery, now filed under 6 June). Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 9. [4179.]
47. Payments. Mandate to John Heron, Treasurer of the Chamber, to pay any sums of money ordered by the Queen (appointed Regent during the Kings's absence), by letters under her sign manual, to whatever persons she may appoint, for defence of the kingdom. Del. Westm., 11 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16d. Rymer XIII. 370. [4202.]
48. John Harpysfeld, draper, and Lewis Harpysfelde, mercer, of London. Protection for three years. Del. Westm., 11 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16. [4203.]
49. Thomas Sounde, yeoman of the Guard. Annuity of 5 marks for life, out of the issues of the lordship of Denbigh, from Mich. 4 Hen. VIII.; vice Wm. Byrner, dec. Del. Westm., 11 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16. [4204.]
50. Sir Henry Marny, Sir Edward Ponynges, Sir Edward Stanley, Sir William Sandis, Sir John Pecchy, Sir Thomas Parre, John Carre, William Paston, and Edward Gernygan. Grant, during the life of Margaret, widow of Edmund De la Pole, of the castle and lordship of Eye, Suffolk, and of the manors of Neding, called Nedding, and Virleys, Suff., of Ewelme, Turnours, and Hokenorton, Oxon, and of Westcompton, Philbertis alias Philberdes and Buklande, Berks, forfeited by the said Edmund. Del. Westm., 11 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 9. [4205.]
51. Humphrey Conyngesby, Justice of the King's Bench. Licence to found a perpetual chantry for one chaplain, to be called the chantry of St. Mary the Virgin and St. George the Martyr, in the chapel of St. Mary and St. George founded by him at Copthorn Hill in the parish of Aldenham, Hertfordshire, two miles from the parish church; with mortmain licence to acquire lands to the annual value of 8l. Del. Westm., 11 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 14. [4206.]
52. John Vulveston, of Ely, Camb. Protection; going to the war. Westm., 11 June. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 10. [4207.]
53. Humphrey Conyngesby, Justice of the King's Bench. Licence to found a perpetual chantry of one chaplain in the chapel of St. Mary the Virgin and St. George the Martyr in the church of St. Peter de Rok, in the diocese of Hereford; and mortmain licence to acquire lands to the annual value of 6l. Del. Westm., 11 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (By the long and interesting petition prefixed it appears that Conyngsby was born in the parish of Rok, which is too large and populous for the parson and his parish priest to manage alone.) Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 13. [4208.]
54. Richard Salter, Richard Delves, Richard Strete, and Thomas Langworth, clerks, executors of John Yotton, late Dean of the cathedral church of Lichfield. Licence to found a chantry there for one chaplain to pray for the late and present Kings and Queens and John Yotton and his relatives and friends; with mortmain licence to acquire lands to the annual value of 12l. Greenwich, 6 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 7. [4209.]
55. John Rawlyns. Warrant for protection, according to the Statute, as serving in the war with Lord Willoughby. 12 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: yowres humble Wyllughby W., and sealed). [4211.]
56. John Sigewyke, page of the Wardrobe of Beds. Corrody in the monastery of Kyllingworth, void by death of Matthew Baker. Greenwich, 8 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 June. P.S. (in English). [4212.]
57. Dean and Canons of St. George's, Windsor. Mortmain licence to purchase lands to the annual value of 1,000l. Del. Westm., 12 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 9. [4213.]
58. Morgan Coudrey, late of Langton, Dorset, esquire. Warrant for protection, according to the Statute, as retained by Lord Audeley to serve in the war. Dover, 12 June 1513. S.B. (signed: Jhon lorde of Audelay). [4214.]
59. Gaol Delivery.
Oxford Circuit.—Commission to Robt. Brudenell, sen., John Neuport, and Robert Brudenell, jun. Westm., 12 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 8d. [4215.]
60. Sir Thos. Lovell, K.G. Commission to act as steward and marshal of the Household in the absence of George earl of Shrewsbury. Westm., 13 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16d. [4217.]
61. Roger Lupton, clk., and John Heron, treasurer of the Chamber. Grant, in survivorship, of the office of keeper or clerk of the Hanaper, with usual fees, as held by William Smyth, clk.; with an annual rent of 40l. out of the issues of the Hanaper, and 18d. a day for expenses, when attending with the Chancellor. Del. Westm., 13 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 17. [4218.]
62. William Lambert, spear of Calais. Annuity of 10l., for life, parcel of the 20 marks remaining in the King's disposal of an annuity of 100 marks, granted by Henry VII., to Sir Richard Lovelas, now deceased. Del. Westm., 13 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 18. [4219.]
63. James Worseley, groom of the Robes. Reversion of the constableship of the castle of Caresbroke. Del. Westm., 13 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (in English). Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 11. [4220.]
64. John Cracheroode. Warrant for protection, according to the Statute, as going over sea in the company of George Seyntleger, to serve in the war. 6 June 5 Hen. VIII. [Del.] 13 June. S.B. (signed: George Seyntleger: and sealed). French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 10. [4221.]
65. Francis Acton. Warrant for writs under the Great Seal, according to the Statute, as serving with Wm. Compton in the war. London, 13 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: Wyllam Compton). [4222.]
66. John Turner and George Quarles. To be auditors, in survivorship, of Warwyke's, Salysbury's, and Spencer's lands, vice John Clerk and Edward Sharp. Greenwich, 11 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 13 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 8. [4223.]
67. Humphrey Baryngton. To be sergeant-at-arms, with 12d. a day, for life. Greenwich, 9 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 13 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 10. [4224.]
68. John Warde, of North Dighton. Yorks. Protection, according to the Statute of 3 Hen. VIII., while serving in the war. Greenwich, 31 May 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 13 June. P.S. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 10. [4225.]
69. Richard Cornewall, squire for the Body. To be, for life, steward of the lordships of Clyfford, Glasbery, and Wynsorton in the marches of Wales, and constable of the castle of Clyfford, as amply as Ralph Hackuluet held the same. Greenwich, 22 May 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 13 June. P.S. (in English). Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 15. [4226.]
70. James Langley, gentleman. Warrant for protection, according to the Statute, as serving in the war in Godfrey Foljamb's company. 13 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: Godffrey Foljamb). French Roll, 8 Hen. VIII. m. 7 (dated 14 June). Rymer XIII, 371. [4227.]
71. Richard Hartewell, mercer of London. Warrant for protection with clause volumus, according to the Statute, as appointed to serve in the wars as a victualler in the Duke of Buckingham's company. London, 14 June. S.B. (signed: E. Bukyngham). [4228.]
72. John Gyle, late of Chertsey in Surrey. Protection; going to the war in the train of Richard bp. of Winchester. Westm., 14 June.
ii. Lewis Wyngfeld, of Southwerk, Surrey. The like. Same date. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 13. Rymer XIII. 371. [4229.]
73. Roger Radclyff. Licence to alienate the manor of Whythcoke, Leic., granted him, with a piece of land called Seway in Whythcoke, by patent 19 Nov. 2 Hen. VIII.; and licence to cut down trees within the manor. Del. Westm., 14 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 14. [4230.]
74. Sir Henry Marny, knight for the Body. Grant of all the goods late belonging to Edmund Dudley in the house of the said Edmund in Canwyk Strete, in the city of London. Del. Westm., 14 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 21. [4231.]
75. William Blount lord Mountjoy, Sir Robert Poyntz, and Sir Richard Chomley. Grant of the collation of the next vacant prebend in St. Stephen's chapel, Westminster, or the collegiate church of St. George, Windsor. Del. Westm., 15 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 15. [4233.]
76. Lewis Orell. Certificate that he is retained by Charles viscount Lisle to serve in the King's wars. 15 June 1513. S.B. (signed: Charlys Lysley). [4234.]
77. Robert Bright, LL.D., the King's chaplain. Grant of the chantry or free chapel of Argaston, Oxon. (sic), void by death. Greenwich, 12 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 15 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 10. [4235.]
78. Ric. Tempest, esquire for the Body. Protection; going to the war. Westm., 15 June. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 14. [4236.]
79. Reversal of outlawry to Edw. Coke and Rob. Kene, 16 June. [3939.] See No. 1266, § 11a.
80. Wards. Mandate to William abp. of Canterbury, Chancellor, to make letters patent, according to the form of bills subscribed by Sir Thomas Lovell, knight for the Body and treasurer of the Household, whom the King has appointed ruler of his wards. Del. Baynard's Castle, 16 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (in English). [4239.]
81. John Harpesfeld, draper, and Lewis Harpesfelde, mercer, of London. Protection for one year; going in the retinue of Sir Gilbert Talbot, Deputy of Calais. Del. Westm., 16 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16. [4240.]
82. John and Lewis Harpesfelde. Warrant for protections and writs, according to the Statute, as appointed to serve in the war under Viscount Lisle. 12 June 5 Hen. VIII. [Del.] 16 June. S.B. (signed: Charlys Lysley). [4241.]
83. William Wilcock and John Salesbury, sewer of the Chamber. Grant, in survivorship, of the office of keeper of the park of Gorssnodeok, in the lordship of Denbigh, in the marches of Wales, with 2d. a day; on surrender of Henry VII.'s patent granting the same to Wilcok. Del. Westm., 16 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (in English). Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 20. [4242.]
84. Master Nicholas Bonde, clk. Presentation to the church of Northlewe, Exeter dioc., void by resignation of John Maltby. Del. Westm., 16 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16. [4243.]
85. Francis son of Ambroxius Salvage, native of Italy. Denization for life. Del. Westm., 16 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 15. [4244.]
86. John Van Fountaine, mylmanglasyer of the King's harness. Annuity of 10l., during pleasure, from Mich. 4 Hen. VIII. Greenwich, 12 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 16 June. P.S. (in English). [4245.]
87. Dominic Lomelin, Lorenzo de Marinis and Pantaleo de Spinulis, natives of Italy. Denization for life. Greenwich, 24 (?) May 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 16 June. P.S. (with mem. that several letters as above were sealed on 16 June). Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 21. [4246.]
88. William Porter. To be serjeant-at-arms, with 12d. a day, for life. Greenwich, 14 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 16 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 21. [4247.]
89. Richard bishop of Winchester. Custody of the lands and wardship of Thomas Bruyn, as son and heir of William Bruyn, kinsman and heir of William Bruyn, son of Katharine, d. and heir of William Rengebourn. Greenwich, 14 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 16 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 21. [4248.]
90. John Gough. Warrant for protection according to the Statute, as retained with John Fortescu, esquire for the Body, to serve in the wars. 16 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: John Fortescu). [4249.]
91. Fabian Justynian and Michael Demonelia, merchants of Genoa, and Francis Bacho, Milanese, patron of a ship called Saint Mary. Licence and safe conduct, during twelve months, to bring into England the said ship which is laden with kerseys, tin, &c., and to export merchandize in her. Greenwich, 13 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 16 June. P.S. (in English). [4250.]
92. John Vyncent, Thomas Holt, John Godehale, and Thomas Payne. Warrant for protection, according to the Statute, as appointed to serve in the company of "John Audeley, knight, one of the captains of the King's wars." 16 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: Sir John Awdeley). French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 10. [4251.]
93. Justices of Assize.
Northern Circuit.—Association of Rob. Henrison and Thos. Strey, with Wm. Fairfax and [John] Erneley. Westm., 16 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 7d. [4252.]
94. Sir John Audeley, late of Sopheham, Norf., alias of Whitilsham, Suff. Protection according to Statute as going to the war. Westm., 16 June. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 10.
95. Lands of Edmund late Earl of Suffolk.
Suffolk.—Commission to John Goldyngham, Humph. Everton, Wm. Latymer, Th. Ayer, and Wm. Bagard to make inquisition as to statements in the petition of Sir Rob. Drury, Sir John Heydon, and Edm. Gelgett, that Edmund late Earl of Suffolk, by his indenture triparite dated at Claxton 10 Oct. 12 Hen. VII., granted, in fee, to the petitioners, and to John lord Scrope, Sir John Wyndham, Sir Hen. Heydon, John Yaxlee, serjeant-at-law, Simon Wyseman, and Th. Wyndham, the honor of Eye, and the manors of Westrop, Wyverston, Huntyngfeld, Thorndon, Virleys, Moundevyles, Swannes, Nedyng, Benhale and Haughlee, Suff., to the use of Margaret the Earl's wife. Afterwards, by deed dated 10 Dec. 13 Hen. VII., the said Lord Scrope, Sir John Wyseman, and Th. Wyndham, quit-claimed to the petitioners and to Hen. Heydon and John Yaxle (who died not long after), all their interest in the premises. But on the Earl's attainder, 19 Hen. VII., the petitioners were by certain inquisitions (stated) unjustly disseized; and by patent 20 Dec. 22 Hen. VII., the manor of Wyverston was granted to Th. marquis of Dorset, in tail male; by patent 15 Nov. 23 Hen. VII. the park of Benhale was granted to William lord Willoughby and Erysby; by patent 21 Feb. 23 Hen. VII. the manor of Swannes was granted to George Nevyll lord Burgevenny, in tail male; by patent 7 Oct. 2 Hen. VIII. the offices of bailiff of the lordship of Haweley, and keeper of the park there, were granted to Th. Bell, yeoman for the King's mouth in the cellar; by patent 22 Nov. 2 Hen. VIII., the offices of steward and overseer of all possessions in Norfolk and Suffolk of the said Earl and John De la Pole late Earl of Lincoln, were granted to Sir Robert Southwell; by patent 13 (sic) Jan. 2 Hen. VIII., the manors of Thorndon and Wattellesfeld, Suff., etc., were granted to Sir Rob. Brandon, knight for the Body, in tail male, with remainder to Charles Brandon, squire for the Body, and further remainder to the King; by patent 10 Feb. 2 Hen. VIII., an annuity of 100 marks out of the honor of Eye, granted to Sir Rob. Wyngfeld, knight for the Body; by patent 20 March 3 Hen. VIII. the manor of Westhorp was granted to Rob. Wasshynton, serjeant-at-arms, and Anne his wife, in survivorship; and by patent 10 July 4 Hen. VIII., the manors of Moundevyles, Segeford, and Ryngeston, Norf. and Suff., were granted to Ric. Fermoure. The petitioners also state that they were not attainted by the act of attainder; that the said Earl Edmund died at London, 4 May 5 Hen. VIII.; and that the said Margaret still lives, at Lullyng[ston], Kent. Westm., 17 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 11 and 12d.
ii. Oxon.—Similar commission to Simon Harcourte of Staunton Harcourte, Th. Denton of Caresfeld, Th. Langston of Stowe, and Wm. Cottesmore of Brightwell, to make inquisition as to the petition of the above-named persons respecting the manors of Carsyngton and Swerford, Oxon, granted and quitclaimed as aforesaid. After the Earl's attainder the manor of Carsyngton was granted to John Whytyng by patent 15 April 20 Hen. VII.; and the manor of Swarford, with appurtenances in Swarford, Southorp, Southend, and Hokenorton, were granted to Ralph Verney, by patent 6 Nov. 1 Hen. VIII. Westm., 17 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1. m. 13d.
iii. Norfolk.—Similar commission to Hen. Inglus of Attilburgh, Wm. Spilman, Hen. Warner, Wm. Ramesbury, and Wm. Drury, to make inquisition as to the petition of the above-named persons respecting the manors of Caweston, Cardeston, Saxlyngham, Burgh near Aylesham, and Segeford, Norf., granted and quit-claimed as aforesaid. After the Earl's attainder the manor of Cawston was granted in tail male to Jerard Fitz-Jerard earl of Kildare, and Elizabeth Souche his wife, by patent 12 Dec. 20 Hen. VII.; the manor of Cardeston was granted by patent 5 June 22 Hen. VII. to Sir John Peche; the office of steward of the possessions of the said Earl and of John late Earl of Lincoln, in cos. Norf. and Suff., was granted by patent 22 Nov. 2 Hen. VIII. to Sir Rob. Southwell; the manor of Saxlyngham was granted to Edw. Wadham and Th. Fogge by patent 7 May 2 Hen. VIII.; the manor of Borough near Aylesham was granted to Wm. Botry by patent 9 Oct. 3 Hen. VIII.; and the manor of Segeford (by name of the manors of Moundevyles, Segeford, and Ryngeston, Norf. and Suff.) was granted by patent 10 July 4 Hen. VIII. to Ric. Fermour. On the death of the said Th. Fogge, s.p.m., the moiety of the manor of Saxlyngham was granted by patent 12 April 4 Hen. VIII. to Christ. Garneys. Westm., 17 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, mm. 11d to 15d. [4254.]
96. Charles Brandon Viscount Lislee. Pardon and release as executor of Sir Edward Howard, knight for the Body, late admiral and captain-general of the king's fleet against the French, and of Alice lady Morley, widow of Lord Morley and of the said Edward. Del. Westm., 17 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16. [4255.]
97. Thomas Leson, clk. Presentation to the church of Newelme, Linc. dioc., void by death. Greenwich, 13 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 17 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16.; and p. 2, m. 8. [4256.]
98. John Shurley, cofferer and keeper of the Wardrobe of the Household. Mandate to deliver to Edward Weldon all tallies, bills, &c., appointed for the expenses of the Queen's household, during his absence with the King. Greenwich, 14 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 17 June 5 Hen. VIII. P.S. (in English). Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16d. [4257.]
99. Robert Coweley, John Bonde, and William Richardes, yeomen. Warrant for protections, according to the Statute, as appointed to serve in the war in Henry Long's company. 17 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: Henry Longe). [4258.]
100. Wm. Barantyne, esquire for the Body. Warrant for protection and writs of recoveries in Oxon, Sutht., and Wilts, according to the Statute, as appointed to serve in the war beyond sea. 12 June 5 Hen. VIII. [Del.] 17 June. S.B. (signed: Harry Marny). [4259.]
101. Laurence Bonvixi, merchant of Lucca, factor of William Bulla, mercer of London. Licence to export kerseys and other merchandise not belonging to the Staple of Calais, and to import cloths of silk and gold, wine called Malveseys, &c.; the customs not to exceed 180l. Greenwich, 15 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 17 June. P.S. [4260.]
102. Laurence Bonvixi, merchant of Lucca, factor of John Sharp, groom of the Chamber. Licence to export kerseys and other merchandise not belonging to the Staple of Calais, and to import cloths of silk and gold, wine, &c.; the customs not to exceed 120l. Greenwich, 15 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 17 June. P.S. [4261.]
103. Sir Richard Fitzlowis, knight for the Body. Grant, in tail male, of the manor of Virlays, Suff., forfeited by Edmund earl of Suffolk; with the issues from Mich. 17 Hen. VII. Greenwich, 15 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 17 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, mm. 7 and 9. [4262.]
104. Sir Thomas Lovell, treasurer of the Household. To be, during pleasure, master of the King's wards as long as they remain in the King's hands; with appointment of feodaries and receivers of their lands. Greenwich, 14 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 17 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 7. [4263.]
105. John Bourchier lord Barnes. Protection; going to the war. Westm., 17 June. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 10. [4264.]
106. William Barentyne, squire for the Body. The like. Westm., 17 June. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 13. [4265.]
107. William Hertewell, mercer of London. Protection; going in the suite of Edw. duke of Buckingham. Westm., 17 June. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 13. [4266.]
108. Sir Anthony Ughtrede. Custody of the lands and wardship and marriage of Joan, kinswoman and heir of Edward Redemayn, of Harwode, Yorks; viz., d. and heir of Henry, s. and h. of the said Edward Redemayn. Greenwich, 17 Jan. 4 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 18 June 5 Hen. VIII. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16; and Pat. 4 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 12. [4269.]
109. Martyn Pollarde, of Bristol, merchant. Warrant for patents and writs according to the late Act, as bound to attend upon Dr. John Yong in the army. London, 18 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (signed: John Yong: and sealed). [4270.]
110. John Gough. Protection; going in the suite of John Fortescue. Westm., 18 June. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 14. [4271.]
111. Morgan Cowdray of Langton Guylden, Dorset. Protection; going to the war. Westm., 21 June. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 10. [4275.]
112. William Tyler. Custody of the lands and wardship and marriage of Anne, daughter of John, the son and heir of Robert Tempest. Greenwich, 26 April 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 22 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 18. [4277.]
113. Thomas Vaulter, a native of Normandy. Denization. Greenwich, 15 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 22 June. P.S. [4278.]
114. Gaol Delivery.
Western Circuit.—Commission to Ric. Eliot, Lewis Pollard, and Thos. Eliot. Westm., 22 June.
Home Circuit.—Commission to John Boteler, John More, and Simon Fitz. Same date.
Northern Circuit.—Commission to William Fairefax, John Erneley, Robt. Henryson, and Thos. Stray. Same date. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 8d. [4279.]
115. William Smyth. Protection; going to the war. Westm., 23 June. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 14. [4281.]
116. Eleanor Knyvet, widow. Annuity of 10l. for life. Greenwich, 3 June 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 7. [4673.]
117. Thomas Archer, late of Theydon, alias of [W]rittyll, Essex, yeoman. Protection for one year; going in the retinue of Sir Gilbert Talbot, Deputy of Calais. Del. 25 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 15. [4285.]
118. John Veyreri, "Nemausen, ex regione linguæ Auxitanæ," chief surgeon for the Body. Denization for him and the heirs of his body. Greenwich, 31 May 5 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 27 June. P.S. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 17. [4289.]
119. Thos. Crosse. See No. 1836, § 19.
120. John Yong, Master of the Rolls, or his deputy. To cancel two recognizances of 240 marks, dated 10 July 23 Hen. VII.; 1st, made by John Foggis of Asshetford, Kent, Sir Mathew Brown of Becheworthe, Surrey, and John Norton of Norwode, Kent; 2nd, by the said John Foggis, Rauf Seyntleger of Ulcombe, and Richard Lee of Maydeston, Kent. Castle of Dover, 28 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. [4291.]
121. Ric. Beaumount of Whitley, Yorkshire. Protection; setting out to the war. Westm., 28 June. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 12. [4292.]
122. John Hanstede, wax chandler of London. Protection for one year; going in the suite of Sir Gilbert Talbot, Deputy of Calais. Dover Castle, 28 June 5 Hen. VIII. P.S. [4293.]
123. Dean and Canons of St. George's College, Windsor Castle. Custody of the manors of Knapton, Norf., Cillysworthe, Suff., and Benfeldbury, Essex, during the minority of John Veer, kinsman and heir of John earl of Oxford. Westm., 28 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16. [4294.]
124. Richard the Prior, and the Convent of St. John, Pontefract. Charter to hold a fair for three days every year, beginning on the eighth day after the feast of the Purification, in the town of Barnesley, Yorkshire. Del. Westm., 29 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. [4295.]
125. Thos. Senawgh. To be, during pleasure, controller of the great and petty custom in the port of Breggewater; the office to be performed in person. Westm., 29 June. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 18. [4297.]
126. Miles Gerarde. Licence to export 100 sacks of wool through the Straits of Marrok, duty free. Del. Westm., 30 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. (in English). French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 7. [4298.]
127. Thomas Vaughan, late bailiff of Dover. Pardon. Del. Westm., 30 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 17. [4299.]
128. Robert Robynson, sherman, of London, alias of Estham, Essex. Exemption, for life, from serving on juries, being made collector, assessor, justice of the peace, or other commissioner, &c. Del. Westm., 30 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. [4300.]
129. William Compton. To be, for life, (1) keeper of the park of Hastley, Warw., as held by Rowland Stafford; (2) keeper of Grome Park, and bailiff of the lordship of Budbroke, alias Hampton-on-the-Hyll, Warw., with annuity of 3l. out of the issues; (3) keeper of the park, bailiff and beadle of the manor of Berkeswell, Warw., as held by Edward Gryffyth, with the use of 18 acres of meadow in Bereford, 11 in Brodham alias Oxlease, and 18 acres of meadow adjoining in the lordship of Warwick, at rent of 5l.; and of a pasture in the said lordship called "le Felde," at 10l. rent; (4) keeper of Hendley park, Surrey, as held by William Coop, with 6d. a day, herbage, &c., with grant also of the manor of Cleygate, Surr., at annual rent of 11l. 0s. 4d., and the manor of Worplesdon, Surr., at 17l. 12s.; and (5) to be keeper of the manor of Wokyng, Surrey, with 2d. a day; and a meadow called "Puremede," in Wokyng, at 3l. rent. Del. Westm., 30 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 15. (Vacated 8 Feb. 8 Hen. VIII., as regards § 4, which the King, by pat. 26 Sept. 8 Hen. VIII., gave to the said Compton and Sir Wm. Fitzwilliam.) [4301.]
130. William Compton, the King's servant. Grant, in tail, of the reversion, in fee, of lands granted to him in tail by Act of Parliament of 4 Feb. 3 Hen. VIII., viz., the manors of Tottenham, Penbrokes, Bruses, Dawbeneyes, and Mokkynges in Tottenham, Middlesex, and of all other lands and tenements in Tottenham, Edelmeton, and Enfeld, Middlesex, formerly of Richard Turnant, and afterwards of Sir John Rysley, or Thomasina his wife, d. and heir of the said Richard. Del. Westm., 30 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 21. [4302.]
131. William Fitzwilliam, and Mabel Clyfford his intended wife. Grant, in tail male, of the manor and advowson of Yoxhall, Staff., a pasture called "le Carres, Newclose, and Tenacurre," a water-mill in the town and lordship of Yoxhall, and a pasture called Halorchard adjoining the said mill, all which are parcel of the manor of Yoxhall, lately belonging to Francis viscount Lovel, attainted, and were granted by Henry VII. to Thomas Wolton, in tail male, on whose death without such issue they came again into Henry VII.'s hands; and grant of an annual rent of 44l., payable by Robert Ordern, on a 21 years' lease of the premises, by patent 24 Sept. 23 Hen. VII. Also grant, in survivorship, of annuity of 100l. from Hanaper. Del. Westm., 30 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 7. [4303.]
132. John Millet, one of the King's Secretaries. Appointment, as commissary, to pay, in the city of Gravelyn, in Flanders, to the Emperor Maximilian or the Lady Margaret, 35,000 cr. due one month after the declaration of war by the said Emperor against the King of France; and 35,000 cr. due on his commencement of the war: in pursuance of a treaty made, by Sir Edward Ponynges, K.G., John Yong, Sir Thomas Boleyn, and Sir Richard Wyngfeld, with Archduchess Margaret, which stipulated for these payments and a further payment of 30,000 cr. within three months after commencement of the war. S.B. Without note of delivery, now filed under 18 May. French Roll, 5 Hen. VIII. m. 15. [4087.]

Footnotes

  • 1. Of St. Cross and St. Severin.
  • 2. Santa Maria di Loretto.
  • 3. In the K.R. Memoranda Roll 292, among "Communia" of Mich. Term 5 Hen. VIII., are orders concerning this levy, from which much that is here illegible may be supplied.
  • 4. Charles.
  • 5. "of Buckingham," in Wolsey's hand.
  • 6. Added in Wolsey's hand.
  • 7. Cancelled.
  • 8. At p. 27 of this volume occurs this note in the same hand:—" 15th Dec. 1584, taken out of the book that I borrowed of Mr. Stowe, which he had of Clarenceux, which book was Thomas Wrythesley's alias Garter."
  • 9. Sir Edward Guildford. The date of this account must of course be some time later, probably in the following year.