Acts of the Privy Council Volume 1

Acts of the Privy Council Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1890 edition. Excerpt: Jaquez Granade, which served disbanded at of all this wynter season past at Gwysnes with suche allowance Cala, sas the Albanoys horsemen did there perceyve, the Kinges Majestes pleasure apon certayne considerations was that his Lordship shuld see the saide v horsemen from hencefourth during their service realowed unto him as before, and also to see him contented for as moch as apon the saide entreteynement is due to him for those v horsemen syns the tyme of their laste payement hitherto accordingly. To the Lorde Warden of the Marches that where As to the oone Roberte Horseley, who served with a bande of 1 light theKorth" horsemen, dwellers of the Waste of Glendall, which were 1 296. placed under his leading at the Towne of Woller, was at the laste retyre of the Erie of Hertforde owte of Skotlande discharged of the same, which natwithstanding the saide Erie apon certain considerations did wryte unto the said Wardein that in case Sir John Nevell, knight, did nat place the saide Towne with Inlandes men or others of the Waste of Weste Tylle, then the saide Horseley with his former bande shuld be placed there as before; forasmuche as the Kinges Majeste understode that the saide Sir John Nevell hath nat according to that order then taken placed the saide Towne with Inlandes men, but for the moste parte with Northren men, and specially suche as were in wages before with the saide Horseley, neither laye according to his promes at that Towne, but at an other place called Chillingham, his Majestes pleasure was the saide Wardeyn shuld see the said Horseley restored to his former nombre to be placed at Woller as before, with his wages accustumed, discharging the other of the said charge accordingly. A warraunte to Sir John Williams, knight, ...
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  • Paperback | 258 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 467g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236645634
  • 9781236645630