Acts of the Privy Council Volume 8

Acts of the Privy Council Volume 8

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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. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...Chest. A letter to the Bailiffes of Yarmowth to give assistaunce Operations to Mr. Woodhowse, Viceadmirall of Norfolke, to whom the ptes.116 Lord Admirall mindeth to give order to make out certein shippes against pirattes molesting that coaste. A letter to the Archebuishop of Caunterburie and rest of Jj611815 on the Commission Ecclesiasticall, apon the bandes of Roger Hool, fishemonger, and Gregorie Younge, grocer, citezins of London, for his good behaviour, and shall not intermeddle in matters of religion against her Majesties lawes, but be alwaies forthcominge, to gyve order that Doctor Younge, prisoner in the Marshalsey, might enjoye sume libertie within that Citee or in sume place there about till Allhalloutide, or suche tyme as they shall see lawfull cause to the contrarie. At Grenewiche, the xixth of June, 1574. p-238. The Lord Tresourer. Mr. Treasourer. The Lord Admirall. Mr. Comptroller. Thearle of Warwicke. Mr. Secretary Smith. Thearle of Bedford. Mr. Secretary Walsingham. Thearle of Leicester. Post horses. A post letter for Richard Richardson, servant to Sir Valentine Browne, knight, to ride to Berwicke. Releaseofa A letter to the Viceadmirall and officers of the porte of ship. Portesmowth to release a shippc staied here, named the Flying Hart of Hamborough, belonging to merchauntes of the Stilliard, and that from henceforth they make staye of none but her Majesties subjectes. Suspected per-A letter to the Lord Scrope and Buisshop of Carlisle to sons. L apprehend James Dugdall, Henry Thornell, Richard Wilson and Marten Moisor, and to committe them to pryson, without conference or intelligence, till they shall have advertised and thereupon have other direction. They resorte to Mr. Latham's howse. Men for ire-Two Commissions to more

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