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Andrews, Treasurer; fine, 205. John Carmynowe, gent., late
of New Inn, son and heir of Nicolas Carmynowe of Reprin,
Cornwall, esq., generally, by Mr. Andrews, Treasurer; fine, 205.
17 Nov. Richard Farewell, gent., to the chamber late
Master Trenchorde's ; no fine, because he left another chamber.
1 1 Nov. Alexander Hamonde, gent., to the chamber late Mr.
Farewell's ; fine, 20s. 20 Nov. Edward Fage, gentleman, to
the chamber late Mr. Francis Wetherhead's, the Chief Butler ;
fine, 6s. 8d. 18 Nov. Edward Colman, gent., to Mr. Robert



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Calvert's chamber, vacant by order because Calvert was not in
commons for a year; saving that if Calvert returns and is
personally in commons, Colman shall use the upper part of
the chamber next the roof; fine, 20s. 26 Nov., 13 Eliz.
Master Dowle, gent., to Mr. Colman's late chamber; fine, 10s.
Edmimd Bucknam, gent., to Mr. John DanieH's chamber ; fine,
10s. Stephen Ducket, gent, to the chamber of Mr. John
Wagstaffe, Steward, and Mr. Edward Alleyn; fine, 20s.



At a Parliament holden 27 NoVm 13 Eliz., 1570.

Ordered, that Christmas shall not be solemnly kept.

Ordered, that commons shall be continued till next term,
and that a cartload of coals and expenses for (blank in MS) at
Christmas shall be allowed as usual.

Mr. Matthew Smithe was chosen Treasurer; Mr. Plowden
remaining Proctor and promoter for the new Hall, both for
building and collecting.

Mr. Peter Vavasor, by assent of the Masters of the Bench, is
restored to his chamber, but Mr. Dale, one of the Masters of
**le Utter Barre," shall not be previously removed, but shall use it
until Mr. Vavasor is in commons. The Treasurer is ordered
to provide another chamber for Mr. Dale when he can.

Richard Vaughan is restored to commons and his chamber ;
fine, 40s.

Ordered, that John Gamaunce shall be repaid the money
which he spent when Under Treasurer, as soon as it can be
raised after the building of the new Hall.

It is confirmed by Parliament that Master Buckland shall
receive the money which he lent to the use of the Inn as
soon as the Treasurer can collect it.

Admissions : — John Daniell, gent., by assent of the Masters
of the Bench, to the chambers of Master William Periam,
Master Former, or Master Popham, whichever is first vacant.
If neither fall vacant, then to the late Mr. Hipseley's chamber,
without any fine. {See p. 167.)

Mr. Bonde, citizen and Alderman of London, by consent of
the Masters of the Bench, shall be exempt from all charges and
demands, except pensions. All the members will advise him
gratis in all common law matters for or against him at West-
minster, and none shall give advice against him.



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Acts duringr the Treasurership of Matthew Smyth.^

2 Dec, 13 Eliz. Thomas Paget, jun., was appointed Under
Treasurer by the Treasurer.

Admissions: — 22 Jan. John Scawen to Mr. Francis
Brunjmge's chamber in place of Mr. Walter Heathe, deceased ;
fine, 30s., he having paid 10s. to Andrews when Treasurer
for admission to Mr. Robert Browne's chamber. 23 Jan.

Mr. Thomas Fanshawe of London, esq.. Remembrancer
(remorator) of the Exchequer, specially, being freed from all
Christmas oflBces, etc., except annual pensions. 29 Jan.

Edmimd Hoddie, late of New Inn, gentleman, second son of
Richard Hoddie of Stowell, Somerset, esq., specially. The
said Edmund now lives in Taunton Castle. 7 Feb. John

Cavell of Croyden, Surrey, late of New Inn, son and heir
of Humfrey Cavell, late of the Middle Temple, esq., deceased,
to Clerks' commons, generally; fine, 205.; bound with Messrs.
Thomas Hanham and William Weston. 8 Feb. James

Bowreman, late of New Inn, gent., only son of Andrew
Bowreman of Hemyock, Devon, merchant, generally; fine,
205.; bound with Mr. William Bowreman and William
Northover.

At a Parliament holden 8 Feb., 13 EUz.

Mr. Fletewood was chosen assistant to Mr. Gente at the
reading next Lent.

Mr. George Phetiplace, Mr. Rosse, Mr. Crumpton, and Mr.
Bowreman are appointed to attend at the Cupboard t at the
next reading.

Mr. Crumpton and Mr. Henry Vernon are appointed to
provide the Reader's feast.

No time after Mr. Fleetewood's last reading shall be accounted
for vacation, therefore all who were generally admitted after
the reading of Mr. Hipesley, deceased, must be in commons
during the whole of next vacation.

Mr. Snagg is restored to commons because he has submitted
to the order of the Bench and has become reconciled to Mr.
Fletewood.

* Most of the admissions during his treasurership are signed by him :
M. Smith,
t Abbato (sic), a mistake for Abaco.



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It shall be determined before the end of term how many
shall be admitted to plead in Court in next vacation by read-
ing. There shall be two. It is thought fit that the Reader
shall not be restricted by the ordinance made in Parliament,
9 Nov., 1565, in choosing at his discretion. {This entry is
struck out)

For the new Hall and other buildings. It is ordered that .
each Bencher shall lend to the Treasurer ZL ; each Utter
Barrister (extra Bannister, MS.), common Attorney, and Officer
in any of the great Courts, 405. ; others of the Fellowship,
205.; as soon as possible before the Ascension. These loans
shall be repaid as soon as possible after the new buildings are
finished and older debts paid.

Ordered, that for three years those of the Bench shall pay
for pensions 10s. a term ; Utter Barristers, common Attorneys,
and Officers in any of the great Courts, 65. M. ; other Masters,
35. 4rf.

Those admitted generally, if they have spent a year in New
Inn, shall pay 205.; if in another Inn, 305.; if in no Inn of
Chancery, 535. 4d. For special admissions, the Treasurer or
Reader shall get what he can.

15 Feb. Thomas Pagytt exchanges the chamber to which
he was admitted on 14 June, 1563 (p. 141), for Mr. Harley's
chamber, to which he was admitted 9 May, 1567 (p. 159).
Signed : Thomas Harley, Thomas Pagytt, M. Smith.

Admissions: — 10 Feb. George Detton, late of New Inn,
son and heir of Robert Detton of Detton, Shropshire, gene-
rally ; fine, 205. ; bound with Fabian Phillipps and Richard
Hacluyt. 1 1 Feb. Francis Sandes, late of New Inn, son

and heir of William Sandes, late of Conies He[ath], Lancashire,
esq., deceased, generally; fine, 205.; bound with Mr. Robert
Bugges and George Snigge. 13 Feb. William Dodington,
son and heir of Christopher Dodington, of Mere, Wilts, esq.,
specially ; fine, 5Z. ; bound with his father and Nicolas Perrie.
He is admitted in expectancy to the chamber of Messrs.
Perrye and Weston; fine, 205, Robert Bourcher of Cruell-
forde, Warwickshire, late of New Inn, generally ; fine, 20s.;
bound with Messrs. Robert Snagge and John Savill. Thomas
Barne, late of Bamerdes Inne, son and heir of William Barne of
Harleton, Cambridgeshire, late one of the Masters of the Bench,
deceased, generally; fine, 305.; bound with Edward Pursell



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and Robert Bame, his brother. Robert Barne, brother of the

foresaid, as above ; fine, 305. Bound with Edward Pursell and
his brother. Mr. Matthew Dale, with Mr. John Daniell, to the

late Mr. Hipeseley's chamber. Mr. Snagge and Mr. Bourcher
to the upper chamber over the gate, at 40s. rent a year, doing
repairs, paying 111, and being free from arrears. 15 Feb.

Mr. Alexander Pymme to the chamber late belonging to
Messrs. Snagge and Hexte ; fine, 4/. 3 March. Thomas

Fleetewood, late of New Inn, son and heir-apparent of John
Fletewood of Penwarthen, Lancashire, esq., generally ; fine, 205.
Bound with Mr. William Fleetewood, now assistant to the
Reader. 5 March. John Kestell, late of New Inn, gent.,

second son of Thomas Kestell of Budwyn,* Cornwall, gent.,
generally; fine, 205. Bound with ^fcssrs, William Standley
and John Marston. 12 March. Thomas Starre, late of

Thavies Inn, gent., fourth son of John Starre of Bere, Devon,
gent., generally; fine, 305. Bound with Messrs. William
Northover and James Bowreman. 20 March. William,

son and heir of William Basset of Blowre, Stafibrdshire,
esq., deceased, specially; fine paid to Mr. Gente, Reader, 41,
2 1 March. John, son and heir of Edmund Daniell of Messinge
Baynerdes, Essex, esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 535. 4rf. Bound
with Messrs. Israel Amyce and John Daniell, senior.

Admissions after the Vacation: — 3 April, 1571. Edward
Stampe, late of Clementes Inne, third son of Richard Stampe,
late of Hotcott, in the parish of Illesley, Berks, gent., deceased,
generally ; fine, 305. Bound with Messrs. John Savyle and John
Spencer, jun. 4 April. Edward Ay le worth, late of Fumy-

vales Inne, fifth son of John Ayleworth of Wells, Somerset, esq.,
generally; fine, 305. Bound with Messrs. John Savyle and
John Spencer, jun. John Horboume, late of Clementes Inne,
son of Thomas Horboume of Knoll, Warwickshire, in place of
Balthazar Copleye, Under Butler, at the request of the
Treasurers. 1 May. Edward, son and heir of John Moore

of Worth, Sussex, esq., generally; fine, 535. Ad, Bound with
his father and Mr. Richard Inkepen. 4 May. John, son
and heir of John Arderne, late of Cottesford, Oxibrdshire, esq.,
deceased, specially ; fine, oL Bound with Messrs. Walter Curson
and Richard Knyght. 5 May. Robert Tanfield, late of

Clementes Inne, second son of Francis Tanfield, late of Gayton,

* Error for Bodmin ?
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Northants, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 3 Of. Bound with
Messrs. Thomas Becke and Arthur Grimes (?). 8 May.

Thomas Morgan, late of Fumyvales Inne, son and heir of
Richard Morgan of St. Georges, Somerset, gent., generally;
fine, 305. Bound with his father and Mr. Thomas Ashe,
junior. 1 9 May. Edmund, son and heir of Richard Temple of
Temple Hall, Sibson, Leicestershire, gent., deceased, generally ;
fine, 5 35. 4t/. Bound with Mr. Christopher George and Mr. Thomas
Love of Temple Hall, gent. 28 May. John, son and heir of

George Rodney of Westbury, Somerset, esq., specially ; tine, 51.
Bound with Walter Buckland of Shepton Mallet, Somerset, esq.,
and Mr. Thomas Ashe, junior. Mr. Rodney is admitted to
Mr. Army t age s chamber with Mr. Northover ; fine, 40s.



At a Parliament holden 26 May, 13 Eliz., A.D. 1571.

Mr. George Phetyplace, esq., was chosen Reader for Autumn
next.

Ordered, that Edward lord Windsor shall have, at his
pleasure, his chamber called " the Parliament Chamber," not-
withstanding the admission of Mr. Jerome Corbet, who will
move therefrom whenever the said lord or Frederick, his eldest
son, shall wish to reside there ; but they must pay Corbet for
his expenses in the said chamber.

Mr. Agmondesham, one of the Masters of " le Utter Barre,"
for certain contempts shall not be in commons nor lie in his
chamber until he has obtained the consent of seven Readers.
If he has not obtained this before next Parliament, the Masters
will consider the matter.

At the death of Henry Fowke, late Steward, he owed to
Pepper the butcher 57 L 10s, It is ordered that the sum be
paid by 5Z. a term.

The following were absent from Mr. G^ntt's reading last
Lent, and are therefore fined 20«. each: John Wise, Robert
Ayshcough, Thomas Mawdeley, William Gierke, Edward Felton,
Arthur Hyde (paid), Antony Tirringham, William Norwood,
Nicolas Gislingham (paid), Robert Pewe, James Orynge, John
Freman, Watkin Floyde, William Tempest,Peter Care we, Francis
Oliver, John Smith of Kent, Edward Aleyn, Patrick FitzGarret,
Henry Vernon, John Winshcombe (paid), AMlliam Johenes of



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Wilts, William Boughton, junior, John Wood, Edward Shurley,
Thomas Bame (paid), Robert Bame (paid).

Admissions : — Messrs. John Rives of Blanforde, Dorset, and
Bartholomew Man, to the newly built chamber at the eastern
end of the new Hall, on the north side of the new buttery
{promptiuirium\ together with the upper room over it, during
the life of the longer liver. Mr. Ry ves shall not lose the chamber
for absence from commons or other statutable cause, and
when his eldest son is admitted, he shall pay nothing for it ;
fine, 14 . . . {The last line of the leaf is cut off.) 27 May,
1571. Eusebius Isham and Leonard Barkar to the west
chamber under the south part of the new Hnll; fine, 5/.
28 May. John Elmes to the chamber of Messrs. Archer and
Bawldwin of "le Utter Barr," with their consent, in Mr.
Sadler's absence; fine, 31, 30 May. Richard Elyott, late
of New Inn, son and heir of Thomas Elyott of Plimmowthe,
Devon, gent., generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Beckett
and John Scawen. Matthew Bragge, late of Lions Inne,

second son of Thomas Bragge, late of Thorncombe, Devon,
gent., generally; fine, 30s. Bound with Mr. Robert Freeke of
Shrofton, Dorset, esq., his uncle, and Mr. William Northover.
28 June. Mr. Nicolas Gislingham to Mr. Bussey s chamber in
place of Mr. Hamond, who surrendered his interest therein ;
fine, only 10s., because he surrendered the chamber now Mr.
Calvert's. Mr. Alexander Pimme to the chamber late Mr.
Gi&lingham's ; fine, 10^. only, because he surrendered the
chamber which he lately had with Mr. Hext. Mr. William
Gibbs to Mr. Pimme's late chamber with Mr. Hcxt ; fine, only
10a., because these exchanges were made through him, and Mr.
Pymme paid 4L for the chamber last term. 30 June.

Thomas Reade, late of New Inn, gent., second son of Alexander
Rede, late of Wallopp, Southants, gent, deceased, generally;
fine, 20s. Bound with Henry. Wheteacre and John Squthcott.
1 July. William Wheatloy, late of Cliffordes Inne, son and heir
of William Whetley, Chief Prothonotary of the Common Pleas,
generally. 2 July. Henry Wheatacre, late of Clementes
Inne, Middlesex, gent., son and heir of Stephen Whetacre of
Westbury, Wilts, gent., generally; fine, 30s. Bound with
Messrs. Matthew Dale * and Thomas Rede.

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At a Parliament holden 2 July, 13 Eliz., A.D. 1671.

Mr. Gent was chosen assistant to Mr. Phetiplace, Reader
for this Autumn.

Messrs. Rosse, Malthus, Bourman, and Crumpton are to
stand at the Cupboard during the reading.

Messrs. Malthus and William Gybbes are appointed to
provide the Reader s feast.

Mr. Agmundisham submitted to the Masters, and was
restored to his chamber and to commons.

John Hunt, jun., and John Yate are expelled because they
have been imprisoned by order of the Council for attempts
touching the state of the kingdom.

Licence is granted to Mr. Phetiplace to join the chamber of
Mr. Hunt, sen., to his, and that no one shall occupy them
except Mr. Hunt, Mr. Phetiplace, and Mr. George; and that
Mr. Hunt shall occupy his whole chamber as now when he
wishes to reside.

Any one going out of commons at the end of any term, and
not paying or agreeing for pensions, commons, or other debts
to the Steward, shall lose his chamber, and shall not be re-
ceived in commons until he has paid double; paying mean-
while for commons.

Admissions : — Mr. Edward Stafford to chambers newly erected
over the new wood and coal house, with the upper room, for
life, without penalties and forfeiture for discontinuance or other
cause, with power of assigning them to another member, who
shall have like power. 1 1 July. Richard Ejiolles, late of

New Inn, gent., fifth son of Francis Knolles, knight, generally ;
fine, 205. 4 July. James Dyer, late of Cliffordes Inne,

fifth son of John Dyer, late of Wyncaunton, Somerset, gent.,
deceased, generally; fine, 30s. Bound with Messrs. Thomas
Hannam and Richard Farewell. 5 July. William Hub-

bard, late of Cliffordes Inne, son and heir of John Hubbard
of Bunyngton, Herts, gent., generally; fine, 30s. Bound
with Messrs. Alexander Hamond and John Hubbard, his
father. Ralf Brooke, late of Clementes Inne, sixth son of
Sir Robert Brooke, late Chief Justice of the Common Pleas,
deceased, generally ; fine, 30s. Mr. Moseley gave up 30s. due
to him by the Inn. Bound with Humfrey Gifford and
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surrendered by Mr. Juxon, where Mr. Farewell now is ; fine,
335. 4rf. Mr. Tanfield, with Mr. Fanner and Mr. Agmon-

desham, to Mr. Samueirs chamber; fine, 335. 4:d. Mr.
Trenchard to the chamber late Mr. Gierke's with Mr.
Walter; fine, 33s. 4rf. Mr. Mouldesworth to Mr. Briggs
chamber in place of Mr. Kyrle; fine, 40s. 14 July.

William, son and heir of Barnard Goulde of Gissidge St.
Andrews, Dorset, gent., generally; fine, 31. 6s. Sd, Bound
with Messrs. Thomas Starre and Matthew Bragge. 4 Aug.

John, son and heir of John Huggeford of Dyxon, Gloucester-
shire, esq., specially; fine paid to Mr. Phetyplace, Reader.
Bound with Messrs. Edward Yate and William Aschame.
10 Aug. Mr. Kyrle to the chamber of Mr. Thomas Palmer,
deceased ; fine, 20s. only, because he surrendered his interest in
the chamber late Mr. Ingepen's. Mr. Starre to the chamber

of Messra Couper and Hill; fine, 4/. 19 Aug. William

Williams, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Roger
Wyllyaras, late of Bodmin, Cornwall, gent., generally ; fine, 20s.
Bound with Messrs. John Scawen and John Kestell. 22 Aug.
Ambrose Davye, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Henry
Davye, late of Bristol, clothier, generally; fine, 20s. Bound
with Messrs. Edward Carre and George Snigge. 9 Oct.

John Southcott, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of
John Southcott, esq., Justice of the Queen s Bench, generally.
Bound with John Daniell, senior, and Thomas Rede. 10

Oct. John BuUer, late of New Inn, gent., second son of John
Buller of Lyllesdon, Somerset, esq., generally; fine, 20s.
Bound with Mr. Andrew Hemerford. 19 Oct. William

Combes, late of New Inn, gent., second son of John Combes,
late of Stratford on Avon, esq., deceased, generally; fin^ 20s.
Bound with Messrs. Richard Leucknor and WilUam Savage.
20 Oct. Symon, second son of John Digby of Colshull,
Warwickshire, esq., specially ; fine, 5Z. Bound with William
Bassett and Thomas Fitzherbert.* 22 Oct. John Marshall,
late of Lyons Inne, second son of John Marshall of Tingrace,
Devonshire, gent., generally ; fine, 30s. Bound with his father
and Thomas, his brother. 23 Oct. William Ruddall of

Ruddall, Herefordshire, esq., generally; fine, 53s. 4rf. {A line
or more i$ cut off here,) 23 Oct. Edward Dowkinge, eldest
son of Simon Dowkinge of Bristol, clothier, specially; fine, 5Z.
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Leave is granted to him to exercise the oflSce of an attorney.
His pledges, Robert Smithes and James Bowerman. 26
Oct. William Spencer, late of Thavies Inne, gent., second son
of Thomas Spencer, of Malton, Yorks, esq., generally ; fine, 305.
Boimd with Mr. Roger Portington. 30 Oct. Richard Oliver,
late of Cliflfordes Inne, gent., son and heir of Thomas Oliver,
late of Est Norton, Leicestershire, gent., deceased, generally ;
fine, 305. Bound with Mr. Michael Ludford of the Inner
Temple, gent., and William Ashcombe, gent. 6 Nov.

Nicolas Fermor, gent., second son of John Fermor of Eston,
Northamptonshire, knt., specially; fine, 5/. Boimd with
Masters {Blank).

At a Parliament holden 7 Nov., 13 Ellz.

Mr. Marbury is fined for not reading last Autumn, 3/. 65. M.
(paid).

Mr. Thomas Morgan, for the same reason, 10/. (paid).

Mr. Acton, for the same reason, 6/. IZa. 4d. (paid).

Mr. Becket, for the same reason, 5/.

Mr. Gardiner, for the same reason, Zl. 65. 8rf.

Mr. Thomas Morgan, jun., for the same reason, 10/., whereof
3/. 65. 8^. was pardoned at Easter, 14 Eliz.

The following vacationers absent from Mr. Phetiplace s
reading last Autumn are fined 205.: John Baxter, Henry
Vernon, John Calvert, John Winchcombe, John Williams,
Walter Standlay (paid), William Savage, John Wood, John
Carmine (paid), Thomas Bame (paid), Thomas Fletewood
(paid), John Danyell (paid), George Trenchard (paid), Edward
Shurley (deceased), John Elmes (paid), Edward Aileworth,
Edward Moore (pardoned because he was ill).

For the wages of one chosen by the Masters of the Bench
to preach in Latin thrice a week in the Temple Church, the
said Masters shall pay 12rf. a term, each of the Utter Bar lOrf.,
and other fellows 8d, whereof 5/. is to be paid to the Preacher
and the rest to the Treasurer.

Mr. Gifford was chosen Steward for Christmas next, and in
his default Mr. Rosse.

AdmissioTis: — 8 Nov. Arthur Willmott, late of Barnardes Lm,
fifth son of Edward Willmott, late of Whitney, Oxfordshire, gent.,
deceased, generally; fine, 305. Bound with Messrs. Edward
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heir of William Fitzharbert, late of Swynerton, Staffordshire,
esq., deceased, specially; tine, 41, 10s. Bound with William
Bassette and Simon Digby. 13 Nov. Nicolas, son and

heir of Ralf Marshall, late of Barkinge, Essex, gent., deceased,
generally; fine, 535. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. John Sely of
Pamdon, Essex, gent., and Matthew Shaftoe of the Middle
Temple. 17 Nov. Otes, son and heir of John Petre of

Exeter, Devon, merchant, generally; fine, 535. 4rf. Bound
with Me.ssrs. Geoffrey Tothill and ^ohn Paynter. 22 Nov.

John, son and heir of Edward Bankes, lato citizen and Alder-
man of London, deceased, and Edward, his brother, specially ;
fine, 8^., at the instance of Mr. Frevill, Baron of the Exchequer,
who married their mother. 24 Nov. Nicolas, son and heir
of William Bellasses of Newburgh, Yorks, esq., specially; fine,
5/. Bound with Richard Bellasses of Jarrow, Durham, esq.,
and Mr. Robert Starre.

At a Parliament holden 26 Nov., 1571.

Mr. Bell was chosen for Reader in Lent.

Ordered, that Christmas shall not be solemnly kept.
Commons shall be continued until next term. A cartload
of coals and 40«. for the minstrels shall be allowed as usual.

Mr. Smith is again chosen Treasurer. His account for
the past year shall be rendered before next term; Messrs.
Phetiplace and Hemerford are appointed Auditors.

Mr. Plowden offered his account for the new buildings.
Messrs. Farmer, Chambers, Dale, and Phelipps were ap-
pointed Auditors, or any two of them.

Admissions: — 27 Nov. William Blandy, late of Lyons
Inne, son and heir of William Blandy of Newbery, Berks,
generally; fine, 305. Boimd with Richard Pykeringe and
John Winchcombe. 1 Dec. Jessy Smithes, late of New

Inn, gent., son and heir of Robert Smithes of Awrinton,
Somerset, one of the Masters of the Utter Bar, generally;
fine, 205. Bound with his father and Mr. Edmund Mid-
winter. Admitted into his father's chamber in expectancy
of Mr. Fanus Becher at his request, paying;^ therefore only 5Z.
2 Dec. Henry Hall, late of Staple Inne, gent., son and heir
of George Hall of Wye, Kent, gent., generally; fine, 30s.
Bound with Samuel Dowle. 7 Dec. Thomas, son and
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fine, 535. 4d. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Hannam and
William Weston. 8 Dec. John Coles, late of New Inn,

gent., fourth son of William Coles, lafce of Ligh, Worcester-
shire, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 205. Mr. Combes
to a chamber together with Mr. David Williams in place of
Mr. Bushell, who surrendered his interest, paying 405.
Mr. Ashcombe to a chamber with Mr. Hedworth, surrendering
his interest in Mr. Brokers chamber ; no fine because he has
spent much in constructing a study (museo) and repairing the
walls. Mr. John Marston as expectant on Mr. Walter

Stanley in Mr. George Franklyn^s chamber; fine, 205.

At a Parliament holden 11 Feb., 14 Eliz., 1571.

Mr. Phetiplace was appointed assistant to Mr. Bell, Reader
in Lent.

Messrs. Rosse, Boureman, Crompton, and Mai thus are bound
to serve at the Cupboard during the next reading.

Messrs. Archer and Keytley are appointed to provide the
Reader's feast.

Admisdons: — Thomas Barne to the chamber newly built
over the new kitchen on the west side, for life, with only one
companion, his interest not to be forfeited for being out of
commons ; and power is given to him to name a successor on
leaving. 29 Dec, 1571. John Carter, late of Lyons

Inne, gent., son and heir-apparent of James Carter of St.
CoUummes, Cornwall, gent., generally; fine, 305. Bound with
Mr. Matthew Bragg and William Venner of the Inner Temple.
5 Jan., 1571. Thomas Holland, late of New Inn, gent., son



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