Historical Notes; 1509 - 1714

Historical Notes; 1509 - 1714

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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. 1856 edition. Excerpt: ...appointed 1509. (Herbert, p. 3.) (Rapin, i. 702. 703.) Sir Thomas Boleyn Comptroller. See 28 Oct. 1521. Seeks the office of Treasurer, Ponyngs being dead.-(Wolsey, xiv. 89.) Sir John Russell was in 1537-8. Created Lord Russell 1537-8. (Rapin, i. 818, note.) Sir John Gage was in 1542. (Rapin, i. 833, note 2.) 1544. (Rapin, i. 840, note 6.) Lord Warden Of CrNQUE Ports: Sir Edward Poynings appointed 9 June 1509. (Herbert, 15.) Sir Thomas Cheyney was Warden and also Treasurer of the Household 1546. (Rapin, i. 844, note 3.) Speaker Of The House Of Commons: Sir Thomas Moore was Speaker of the Parliament assembled 15 April 1523, when he made his bold reply to Wolsey. (Rapin, i. 753, and note 3.) Thomas Audley was Speaker in 1532. (Rapin, L 795.) Secretary Of State: Dr. Routhall was Secretary to Henry VII., and continued by Henry VIII. (Printed Proceedings of Privy Council, vi. cxiv.) (Foodera, vol. xm. 258.) Dr. Routhall Bishop of Durham was Secretary till 18 May 1516. He was then appointed Privy Seal. (Rymer, xm. 553.) Dr. Richard Pace succeeded Routhall. (Printed Privy Council Proceedings, vol. vi. p. 104.) Pace 1516 to 1526. (Rapin, i. 756, note 2.) Dr. Knight succeeded Pace in Aug. 1526. He was sent to Rome July 1527. (See Rapin, i. 775, last line, 777, 2d col.) OFFICERS OF STATE, &c.--continued. Secretary Of State--cont. Dr. Stephen Gardiner Secretary of State in 1528. 1529 elected Bishop of Winchester. See Sept. 1531. (Ital.. Cal.) (See Strype's Eccles. Memoirs, vol. n. Pt. n. p. 173. Cromwell was Secretary in April 1534. (Orig. MSS.) Ditto in 1536. (Rapin, i. 810, note 6.) He succeeded Earl of Wiltshire as Lord Privy Seal 2 July 1536. (Rymer, xiv. 571.'572.) Sir Thomas Wriothesley was Secretary in 1536. (See Printed Proceedings of Privy...show more

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