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he alleaged the doctryne conteyned in

the xiuj*** article :


Early Etu/lish Dissenters

Item Examyned apon the ix*^** article
he saithe that it is a generall
affirmation emonge them, that the
preachingc of predestynacyon is
a dampnable doctryne

Item Examyned apon the xvj'^''
article he deposithe and saithe that
Nicholas Yonge saide that they wolde
not comunycate w' Synners/

[Extracts from the "Privy Council Register" of 1550-1553
relating to the year 1551.]

A Jjettre to the Lorde Chancellowr to sende hither [Vpcharde]
the man of Booking that was examyned by him^ [Under the
date Jan. 26, 1550/1.]

'Vpcharde of Booking was brought before the
Counsaill tooching a certein assemble that had been made in his
howse in Christmas last who confessed that were [sic] certein
kenttishemen to the towne to ha[ve] Lodged with goode man
Cooke. And bicause Cookes wief was in Childebed, thei cam[?]
to this vpcharddes howse weare Cooke was th[en] at dinner and
by Cookes entreatie there thei were Lodged. And vpon the
morowe which was Soundaie[?] divers of the towne about xij of
the clocke came in and there thei fell in argument of thinges of
the Scripture, speciallie wheather it were necessarie to stande
or knecle, barchedde, or covered at prayer, whiche at length was
concluded in ceremonie not to be materiall, but the hartes
before God was it that imported, and no thing els, And bicause
it seemed suche an assembley being of Ix persons or moo, shulde
meane some great matter, therfore bothe the said vpcharde
and one Sympson of the same sorte was committed to the

> " Privy Council Kegister 1550-1553", in the Public Record Office,
p. 205.

» Ibid., p. 206.

The Conventiclers at BocMng and Faversham 5

Marshalsie, till further triall were had, and order taken that
lettres shulde be sent bothe into Essex and kent for thapprehen-
sion of these that arr accoumpted chief of that practise/.
[Under the date Jan. 27, 1550/1.]

A ^Jjettxe of str George Norton knight Shrief of Essex tappre-
hende certein persons wose \sic\ names were sent enclosed in
a scedule and to sende them hither that none of them haue
conference with other.

The parsons sent for, were of those that were assembled for
Scripture maters in Booking, viz

lohn Barrett of Stamphorde Coweherde
Robert Cooke of Booking Clothier
lohn Eglise of the same clothier
Richard Bagge
Thomas pygrinde
lohn kinge.


Robert Wolmere

A like Xettve to sir Edwarde wootton and sir Thomas wyat

tapprehende and sende vp these persons folowing

William Sibley of lannams

Thomas yonge of the same

Nicholas Shetterton of Pluckley

lohn Lydley of Asheforde

Chidderton of Asheforde

Cole of Maydestone Sholemowier. / [Under the date
Jan. 27, 1550/1.]

This dale [Feb. 3, 1 550/1 ]2 \vilh"am Sibley & Thomas yong
of lenham Nicholas Sheterenden and Thomas Sharpe of Pluckeley
. Coole of Maydestone, appeared before the Counsaill,
being of those that assembled at Bokyng in Essex. /
like wise vij others of Essex appeared the same daie bothe
w/iich being examyned confessed the cause of their assemble to
be for talke of Scriptures, Not denyeng but thei had refused

1 «« Privy Council Register 1550-1553", p. 207. * Ihid., p. 216.

6 Early English Dissenters

the co77imunyon aboue ij yeres, vpon verie superstitiouse and
erronyose puq)oses: withe Divers other evill oppynyons worthie
of great piinyshement. Wherevpon Boughtell Barrey

Coole williani Sibley and Nicho/as Shittrenden were
commytted to

Johannes Eglins, Thomas Myxer, Ricarcius Blagge Thomas
piggerell et Ioha?j?ies king de Booking in Essex recognouerwni
&c in xl*'*'''" pro quolibet eoruw.

The Condicon [sic] tappeare whan thei shalbe called vpon, and
to resorte to their ordinarie for resolucton of their oppynyons
in cace thei haue any doubte in religion

The like Recognisaunce taken of Thomas Sharpe of plukcley and
Nicholas Yong of lenham. /



[Part of a Letter of John Parkhurst, Bishop of Norwich, to
Dr. Rodolphus Gualtherus, dated June 29, 1574.]

Magna nostra Comitia in 20 diem Octobn's su7it dilata. Quo
quidem tempore Thimelthorpus cogetwr (vti spero) vnanimi
omni consensu et Reginae et mihi satisfacere. Ante illud
tempus nihil certi de illo possum pronunciare. De controuersijs
nostris circ^ Ceremoniolas quasdam, de Roberto Coochaeo, et
alijs rebus nonnullis, in superioribws meis litteris satis fus^

[Part of another Letter of John Parkhurst, Bishop of
Norwich, to Dr. Rodolphus Gualtherus of Zurich, dated, Feb. 6,

Roberttfs Coochaeus est vir valde huraanus, et in arte musica
bene doctw*. Cum ego in Aula Reginae Catharinae concionator
essem, fuit ille in Cellam vinariam promus. Contr^ hunc
scripsit libellum (dum in viuis esset Edouardus Rex) clarrissimM*
ille medicus et doctissimifs Theologies D. Gulielmus Tumerus,
in quo illius sententiaw de peccato originali refutauit. Per-
peram item tamen de baptismo infantum sentiebat. Insolita
de Caena dommi somniauit. Saepissime Couerdalo et mihi in
hisce controue?'siis[?] negotium facessebat, it^ ut illius nos
taederet. Erat verbocissimus. Cum luellus et alii docti viri
mei inuisendi gratia in Aulam venissent, is statim de hisce
rebus cum illis agere caepit, nee finem loquitandi facere potuit.

1 MS. in the University Library, Cambridge, Press-mark Ee. 2. 34 (23).

8 Early English Dissenters

Nunc etiar/i in Aula Reginae mansitat. Et Reginae in bella
est cantor ipse Ciipella. Hec ast illius conditio. Hanc quoque
conditionem fer^ propter tales opiniones ante paucos an?io8
amisit. Sic enim dux Norfolciae cnm viueret mihi narrabat.
Palinodiam quoqwe iamen temporis cecinit, ut ex eodem duce
audiui. Hactenus de Cochaeo. Non est respondendum stulto
secundum stulticiam suam. vt doleo...*

> MS. in the University Library, Cambridge, Press-mark, Ee. 2. 34 (20).



[A List of the members of the Plumbers' Hall congregation
taken prisoner on March 4, 1567/8.]'

Parsons fownde to gether wtthin the parishe of
S*' martens in the felde in the howse of lames
Tynne gooldsmythe the forthe daye of marche
1567 as here after Followethe &c

1 Lawrence Ryppleye dwellinge at Allgate

2 Wylh'am yonge dwellinge in Temesstrete

3 margarette Sawyer of temestrete

4 Elizabethe [?] Langtone at Algate

5 Androw[?] Waterhowse at Dowgate

6 Wylltam Tomlyne at Charterhowse Lane :;

7 Alis Appletaste in Sowthewarke :•:

8 Markes Golddinge in Smythfylde :::

9 Wylh'am Collingham in Dysstafe Lane 7

10 Roger Nycolls of S*^ martens in the fylde 8

11 Thomas Ludburte in Lyttell wodstrete 9

12 Myghell Bowyer in marke Lane 10

13 Bryane wylles in Charterhowse lane ::

1 S. P., Dom., Eliz., Vol. 46 (No. 46). This valuable document was
discovered several years ago by Dr F. J. Powicke, and the substance of
its contents is given in his "Lists of the early Separatists", in the
"Transactions" of the Congregational Historical Society, Vol. I., pp.
141-3. As the original document is much worn, a verbatim copy has
now been made.

10 Early English Dissetiters

14 Annys Smythe at Crypplegate 11

15 Rowland Sclyforde at London stone 12

16 lone Evanes in Holbome 18

17 lone Edwardes at aldermaneburye 14

18 Randall partridge in olde fyshe strete 16

19 Thom[a]s BowUande in temestrete

20 wilham whighte at S*- Jones Strete [?] 16

21 lohn Kynge at yslyngtone 1^

22 lohn Smythe at Dysstafe Lane 7

23 Robart Tod [?] in Dysstafe Lane 7

24 Thomas Hancoke in Aldersegate strete 18

25 lames Irelande in Cheker allye in Sowthwark :•:

26 Edwarde Burdbye and his wyfe at S' gyles at ludgate 19

27 Elizabethe Langtone in Svvcthen Lane 20

28 Elizabethe Phennyxe at S*^ marye overies 21

29 Rob[e]rte Bonde and his wyfe at S'^ gyles at ludgate 19

30 Samuell Rodggers in Smythefelde [?] :::

31 Symonde goldinge in Smythefelde [?] :::

32 Wylliam Nyxson at quenehive [sic] 22

33 margerye Vennye in Bred strette 23

34 mawdelyne Vennye in Bred strete 23

35 Richard morecrofte and his wyfe in Aldersgat strete 18

36 John lohnsone in Bushopesgate strete 24.

37 John Leonarde and his wyfe in holbome 13

38 Annys wrighte in Barmeseye strete 25

39 Alis Hassellwode in pater noster Rooe 26

40 Annys Lyttellcoate at Hoggesdone 27

41 Alis Vanes in the Tower 28

42 Ellyne Buggburte in hartestrete 29

43 lohn Bovlte [Boulton ?] in S"- martens 30

44 Annys Rowles in Holbome — 13

45 Anne Phyllipes at S*^ Thomas apostels 42

46 margarette Stockes in aldersgate [?] strete 18

47 George wayddye in flyt[?J strette [?] 31

48 Thomas Harysone at [illegible words] 23

49 lames Andertone in Dysstafe lane 7

50 Annys Staltone in Comwell 32

51 Annys Lacye in aldersegate strete 18

The PiiHtmi Plimibers' Hall Congregation 11

52 Wylk'am grenne and his wyfe in holborne 13

53 lone Strynger at S*^ Androwes Vndershafbe 33

54 Annys Ropper at S*" androwes Vndershafte 33

55 Elizabethe [?] Fawkener at S*^ Andros Vndershafte 33

56 Avis [?] Carye at Bysshopes gate 24

57 margaret lones at S*^ myghells in Corn well 32

58 margerye Browne in Burder Lane 34

59 Katheren Bawdwyne in aldersegate strete 18

60 Elizabethe Bamford in Bowe Lane 35

61 christofer poorke in olde fyshe strete 15

62 Annys Hawkes at S'' Antonyes 36

63 Katheren whighte at Ludburye 37

64 Cycillye Holtore [?] in aldersgat strete 18

65 Elyne Esecoote in S^ bennetes parishe 38

66 lone Knowles in S*^ Bennetes panshe 38

67 Garrete Speker in S'' Clementes panshe 39

68 Edde Burris in more Lane 40

69 Elizabethe Turner in more Lane 40

70 Elizabethe gylte in Lyttell wodstret 9

71 Elizabethe Sclake at S'^ gyles at ludgate 19

72 Katheren Hassellwode in berebynder lane/^ 41.

[" A promyse made by Willmm Bonam precher ", 1569, together
with the names of twenty-four members of the Plumbers' Hall
Congregation who were discharged from Bridewell on April 22,

A promyse made by William Bonam precher.
1569 Memorandum that I William Bonam, do Faiethfullie promise,
that I will not at anie tyme hereafter vse anie publique
prechinge or open readinge or expoundinge of the scriptures,
nor cause, neither be presente at anie privat Assemblies of
praier, or expoundinge of the scriptures or ministeringe the
commimion in anie howse, or other place, Contrarie to the state
of religion nowe by publique authoritie established, or contrarie
to the Lawes of this Realme of England, neither will I invaie
ageinste any rites or ceremonies vsed or Receaved by common
auctoritie within this Realme. /

* Thus seventy-two persons from forty-two streets or localities.

2 Lansdowue MS. xii., fol. 67-8, in the British Museum.

12 Early English Dissenters

This promise was read and declared by the said
Willnxm Bonam, before M' Thomas Hinck
Doctour of Lawe, and vicar generall to the right
reverend Father in god Edmond Bisshop of
London, at his howse in pa.ter 7ioster Rowe in
London, the Firste daie of Maie i569 for the
performaunce, whereof the said Will\B.m Bonam
hath faiethfullie promised for to obserue the same./
Beinge also pre^ente at the readinge therof,
Thomas lones deputie to m' Bedell, Clerk to
the Quenes Maiestes Comwissione" for causes
Ecclesiasticall //


lohn Smythe


John Roper


Robert Hawkins


lames Irelande


Willi&m Nyckson


Walter Hynckesman


Thom&s Bowlande


George Waddye


Willisim Turner


John Nay she


lames Anderton


Willia.m Wight


Thomas Lydforde [Ludburte?]


Richard Langton


Alexander Lacye


lohn Leonards


Robert Todd


Roger Hawkesworth


Robert Sparrow


Richard kinge


Christo/er Colman


John Benson


John Bolton


Robert Gates j

All theis persons before written wer dyschardged

The ''Priuye Chiirche " of Richard Fitz 13

out of Brydewell, besides seven women also
p?'isoners there the xxij*'' day of Aprell 1569, by
a warrant dyrectid from the right reuerende
father in god Edmond Bishop of London to the
Governowrs there.

The trewe markes of Christes church e, &c.^

The order of the priuye churche in London, whiche by the

malice of Satan is falselie slaundred, and euell

spoken of.

THe mjnndes of them, that by the strengthe and workinge
of the almighty, our Lorde lesus Christe, haue set their
hands and hartes, to the pure vnmingled and sincere wor-
shippinge of God, accordinge to his blessed and glorious worde
in al things, onely abolishinge and abhorringe all tradicions
and inuentions of man, what soeuer in the same Religion and
Seruice of oure Lord God, knowinge this alwayes, that the
trewe and afflicted churche of oure Lorde and sauyoure lesus
Christe, eyther hathe [sic], or else euer more continually vnder
the crosse stryueth for to haue. Fyrste and formoste, the
Glorious worde and Euangell preached, not in bondage and
subiection, but freely, and purelye. Secondly to haue the
Sacraments mynistred purely, onely and all together accordinge
to the institution and good worde of the Lorde lesus, without
any tradicion or inuention of man. And laste of all to haue,
not the fylthye Cannon lawe, but dissiplyne onelye, and all
together agreable to the same heauenlye and allmighty worde
of oure good Lorde, lesus Chryste.

Richarde Fytz, Minister

[The Separatist Covenant of Richard Fitz's Congregation.]'*

BEyng throughly perswaded in my conscience, by the
working and by the worde of the almightie, that these
reliques of Antichriste be abominable before the Lorde our

* Printed in black letter on one side of a small leaf. S. P., Dom., Eliz.,
Addenda, Vol. xx (107. i).

* Printed iu black letter on one side of a small folio leaf. S. P., Dom.,

14 Early English Dissenters

And also for that by the power and mercie, strength and
goodnes of the Lorde my God onclie, I am escaped from y*
filthynes & pollution of these detestable traditions, through the
knowledge of our Lorde and sauiour lesus Christ:
And last of all, in asmuch as by the workyng also of the Lorde
lesus his holy spirite, I haue ioyned in prayer, and hearyng Gods
worde, with those that haue not yelded to this idolatrouse trash,
notwithstandyng the danger for not commyng to my parysh
church. &c,

Therfore I come not backe agayne to the preachynges. &c,
of them that haue receaued these markes of the Romysh

1. C Because of Gods commandement, to go forewarde to perfec-
tion. Hebrew. 6. verse .1. 2. Corinth. 7. verse .1. Psalm. 84.
verse .7. Ephesi .4 verse .15

Also to avoyde them, Roma. 16. verse .17. Ephesi. 5. verse .11.
1. Thessal. 5. verse .22.

2. C Because they are abominations before the Lorde our God.
Deut. 7. verses .25. and .26 Deutero. 13. verse .17. Ezekiell.
14. verse .6.

3. u; I wyll not beautifie with my presence those filthy ragges,
which bryng the heauenly worde of the eternall our Lorde God,
in to bondage, subiection, and slauerie.

4. C Because I would not communicate with other mennes
sinnes. 2. lohn. verses .9. 10. and .11. 2. Corinth. 6. verse .17.
Touch no vncleane thyng. &c. Sirach. 13. verse .1.

5. C They geue offences, both the preacher & the hearers.
Rom. 16 ver. 17. Luke. 17. verse .1

6. They glad [sic] and strengthen the Papists in their errour, and

Eliz., Addenda, Vol. xx (107. ii). I think that Dr Waddington failed
to see the sigiiificance of this paper. It evidently took the place of a
church covenant, and was to be accepted by all the members of the con-
gregation when they joined it. The document is not, therefore, a statement
of the grounds whereby some one particular person justified his separation
from the Church of England. It is rather a covenant (though the form
of a covenant is more implied than manifest) with a statement of the
grounds of separation added.

The ''Priuye Churche" of Richard Fitz 15

greue the godlie. Ezekiel. 13. verses .21. and .22. *Note this
21. verse. &c.

7. C They doo persecute our sauiour lesus Christ in his members.
Actes. 9. verses .4. and .5 2. Corinth. 1. verse .5.

Also they reiecte and despyse our Lorde and sauiour lesus
Christ. Luke. 10. verse .16.

Moreouer those labourers, whom at the prayer of the faithful,
the Lorde hath sent furth in to his haruest : they refuse, and
also reiect. Math. 9. verse .38.

8. C These Popish garments. &c, are now become very Idolles in
deede, because they are exalted aboue the worde of the

9. C I come not to them because they shoulde be ashamed, and
so leaue their Idolatrous garments. &c. 2. Thessal. 3 verse .14.
Yf any man obey not our sayinges, note him. &c.

C God geue vs strength styl to stryue in suflfryng vndre the
crosse, that the blessed worde of our God may onely rule, and
haue the highest place, to cast downe strong holdes, to destroy
or ouerthrow policies or imaginations, and euery high thyng
that is eralted [exalted] against the knowledge of God, and to
bryng in to captiuitie or subiection, euery thought to the
obedience of Christ. &c. 2. Corinth. 10 verses .4. and .5. &c,
that the name and worde of the eternall our Lorde God, may
be exalted or magnified aboue all thynges. Psalm. 138.
verse .2.


["B. of London. Pure tans."]'

O Englande, yf thou returne, retume vnto me, saythe the
Lorde, Ierem[y ?] 4. [?] verse .1.

We the poore afflicted & your humble and obedient subiectes
in the lorde most ernestly desyer, that the word of our god may
be set to raygne, and haue the hiest place, to rule & reforme

1 S. P., Dom., Eliz., Addenda, Vol. xx (107). This MS. was probably
written by Harry Sparowe.

16 Early English Dissenters

all estates and degrees [o]f men, to build and plante his holy

sygnes and true markes, to cut downe, to roote out, and vtterly

destroy by the axe of the same his holy word, all monumentes

of Idolatry, to wit, that wicked cannon law, which is the onely

roote, out of the whiche these abhominable braunshes do growe,

as forked cappes, & tipetes, surplices, copes, starche cakes,

[godfathers & godmothers]^ popishe holy days, forbidding of

mariages and meates which the holy gost our almighty calleth

doctrines of devills as in the .1. timothie .4. verses .3. 4. more

to destroy idoles [?] temples & chapels whiche the papistes or

infideles haue builded to the service of their godes. Our god

hath straytly commaunded & charged his people Israeli chiefly

Dew, 31°. the govemours as in dewteronomie .16. verse .20. with the note.

23. loBua. ^ gQ jjj them v^ maiestrates of our tyme, not to vse in his

1. verses.?. *' . r i. • -l

8. 9. service, the manners, fashions, or customes of the papistes, but

contrary wyse vtterly to destroy them, to consume them, and
abhorr them dewte .7. verse .26. whiche holy commaundement
of the almighty our god yf it be not executed spedely, the
lordes wrathe will surely breake out vpon this whole reallme of
england as in numbers .25. verse .3. .9. & for such abhomiwations
our god will cause this land to spew vs out as in leviticus .20.
verse .22. the allmightie our god will not allway suffer suche
dishonour to his blessed evangell, Avhiche for the sinnes and
tryall of his people he suffreth the papistes and newters, faulse
brethren, and domesticall enemies to suppresse, to wrest, and
abvse to serve their purposes, (as they perswade them selves)
yet for all their policye and fyne pinnyng these abhominations
aboue named with many other, are no more able to stand in
presence before the word of our god having the power of
discipline, then dagon was able to stand before the lord his
holy arke the power wherof threwe downe dagon twyse to the
dust as in .1. samuell .5. verses .3 .4. Therefore according to
the saying of the almighty our god mathew .18. verse .20. wher
ij or iij are gathered in my name ther am I. so we a poore
congregation whom god hath seperated from the churches of
englande[?] and from the mingled and faulse worshipping

1 The words in square brackets appear to have been added in another

The ''Prmye Churche'' of Richard Fitz 17

therin vsed, out of the which assemblies the lord our onely
saviour hath called vs, and still calleth, saying cume [?] out
from among them, and seperateyour selves from them & touche
no vnclean thing, then will I receyue you, and I wilbe your
god and you shalbe my sonnes and doughters sayth the lord.
2. corinth .6. verses .17 . 18. so as god geveth strength at this
day we do serue the lord every saboth day in houses, and on
the fourth day in the weke we meet or cum together weekely
to vse prayer & exercyse diciplyne on them whiche do deserve
it, by the strength and sure warrant of the lordes good word as
in mathew. 18 verses 15 . 16 . 17 . 18 . / .1. corinth . 5 . / but wo
be vnto this cursed cannon La we the gayne [?] wherof hath
caused the byshopes and clargi of england to forsake the right
;. peter .2. way and haue gone astray, folowyng the way of baalam sonn of
Brse .15 ijQgQj.^ which haue throughe their pompe and covetousnesse
broughte the gospell of our saviour lesus christ into suche
sclaunder and contempte, that men do thinke for the most part
that the papistes do vse and hold a better religion then those
^ which call them selves christians, and ar not, but do lye

revela. 3 verse .9. the holy gost sayth. I behold another beast
cummyng [?] vp out of the earthe which had ij homes lyke the
lame, so this secrete and disguysed antechrist [?] to wit, this
cannon l[a]w with [?] the braunshes and [?] their [?] maintayners
thoughe not so openly, haue by lon[g]e inprisonment [?] pyned
lathew & kylled the lordes servantes (as our minister Rycherd fitz)
14 35™^^ thoraas bowlande deacon /one partryge) & gyles fouler /&
besydes them a great multitude, which no man could number
of all nations and people and tounges as revela. 7. verse .9.
whose good cause and faythfull testimony though we should
cease to grone and crye vnto our god to redresse suche wronges
& cruell handelynges of his pore memberes, the very walles of
the prisons about this citye, as the gatehouse, brydewell, the
counters, the kynges benche, the marcialsey, the whyte lyon,
would testifye godes anger kyndlyde agynst [sic] this land for
suche iniustyce and subtyll persecucion.

O Lord god almyghty graunte, for thy mercyes sake, that as

lehosaphat, in the iij*'' yeare of his raygne destroyed the hye

B. u. 2

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places and ^oves, out of ludahc, and sent his prynces and
priestes, and gaue them the boke of the lawe with them to
re forme religion by, and so feare came vpon every citye that
they made not ware agaynst lehosaphat So Lord we most
humbly beseche the to strengthen the quenes hi[g]hnesse [sic]
with his holy spirit that in the .13th yeare of her reygne
[1571], she may cast downe all hye places of Idolatrye with in
her land, withe the popyshe can72on Lawe and all the super-
sticion and commaundementes of men, and to plucke vp by the
rootes all filthi ceremonies perteynyng to the same, and that
her highnesse may send forth princes and ministers and geue
them the booke of the Lord, that they may bryng home the
people of god to the purity and truthe of the apostolycke
churche, Then shall the feare of the Lord cume vpon every
citye and cuntrye, that they shall not make warre agaynst her
highnesse, no the very enemies that be with out, shalbe
compelled to bring presenter to her grace, thus olord [sic]
graunt that her highnes may not onely haue a blessed, longe,
and prosperous reygne, with peace of conscience in this life, but
also in the lyfe to cum, her highnesse may enloye [stc], by the
merites and death of christ lesus our onely saviour, lyfe ever-
lastyng, to whome with the father and the holy gost be all
honour and glory for ever and ever amen.

loane Abraham?! [mark]' Ihon Thomas [mark]

Constance foxe [mark] Annes. Evance [mark]

Eliz. slacke Elizabeth Leanordes [mark]

Annes Hall [mark] loane Ireland [mark]

Marg Race [mark] by me lasper weston

Helene stokes [mark] Marten [?] tilmans [?]

Eliz. Balfurth [mark] Ihon Davy [mark]
Sara Cole [mark] cdye Burrc [?]

by me Harry sparowe. Elizabeth Hill [mark]

By me lohn King. loane havericke [mark]

by me lames awbynes Mary wever

by mc Ihon Leonarde. Abraham foxe [mark]
by me George Hares, [mark] Mary Mayer [mark]

Eliz. Rumney [mark]

* The signatures in the original are irregularly arranged in four

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