Appendices to a Report on Rymer's Foedera; Appendix E

Appendices to a Report on Rymer's Foedera; Appendix E

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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. 1869 edition. Excerpt: ...esquire, for certain messuages and tenements in the town of Lyme, in the county of Nor-folk, and other lands, for 74112 8 A bill for sir William Butte, knight, for the manor of Edge felde, in the county of Norfolk, and other possessions, for 747 12 6 A bill for Richard Gunter of Oxford, gentleman, for lands and tenements in the parish of " Cleve Episcopi," in the county of Gloucester, and other possessions, for 112 16 8 A bill for Ambrose Barker, for the manor of Chyngenhall, in the county of Essex, and other possessions, for 201 14 6 have been prepared and signed under the commissions of the twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth of June, but have not yet passed the great seal, Henry declares that it shall be affixed without further warrant; this commission to be in force until the king shall by writing signify otherwise. Dat. Westm. 25 June, 37 Hen. VIII. 1545. Engl. Rot. Pat. 37 Hen. VIII. p. 5, m. 34. Letter from Ferdinand the First, king of the Romans, Hungary, etc., 30 June. addressed to king Henry the Eighth, informing him that he had sent his 1545. agent, Thomas de Lupi, to England, for a certain quantity of lead for his workmen in the silver mines in the valley of Saint Joachim Joachimstal in Bohemia; and as he was in great want of it, he requests Henry to assist his agent in purchasing such lead. Dat. Worms, 30 June, 1545. Lat. State Paper Office, Royal Letters, vol. i. B. n. 21. 8 July. Letter from the emperor Charles the Fifth, addressed to king Henry the Eighth, informing him that he had written to Francis Vander Dilft, his resident ambassador at the court of Henry, concerning a settlement of the differences between himself and Henry, and requesting that credence may be given to the ambassador. Dat. Worms, 9 July, 1545. Fr. State...
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  • English
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  • 9781236596796