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and heir-apparent of William Holland, gent., of Burwarden,
Shropshire, generally; fine, 205. Bound with Messrs. John
Merston and George Detton, gentlemen. 2 1 Jan. Richard
Symmondes, late of New Inn, gent., second son of Thomas
Symmondes, gent., of Taunton, Somerset, generally; fine, 205.
Bound with Messrs. Richard Farewell and Robert Brigges,
gentlemen. 19 Jan. Jerome, son and heir-apparent of

Richard Weston, Judge of the Common Pleas, generally;

fine, . Bound with Mr. William Tyfien and William

Lovedaye. 26 Jan. John, son and heir of John Baker
of Prestone, Radnorshire, gent., specially; fine, 51. Bound
with Messrs. William Gamaunce and Thomas Jobber. 26
Jan. Thomas Hutchenson, late of Lyons Inne, gent., second



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son of Richard Hutchenson of London, esq., generally;
fine, 30s. Bound with Mr. John Deyman. Arthur Vowell,
late of New Inne, gent., son and heir of Richard Vowell
of Voweirs Combe, Devon, esq., generally; fine, 20s. Bound
with Messrs. Thomas Harris and Henry Summaster. 28
Jan, Walter, son and heir-apparent of Brian Fowler of
Manner upon Sowe, Staffordshire, esq., generally ; fine, 53s. 4rf.
Mr. John Coles to a chamber late Mr. John Woode's with Mr.
Richard Boughton; fine, 40s. only, because Mr. Woode sur-
rendered his interest that Mr. Coles might be admitted. 30
Jan. Antony, third son of Edward Wilmott of Wytney, Oxon.,
esq., deceased, specially ; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Edward
and Arthur Wilmott, his brothers. 1 Feb. John, son and

heir-apparent of John Roberttes of Bristol, gent., generally;
fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with Mr. Edward Dowtinge and John
Sachefielde. 4 Feb. Mr. Henry Hall to a chamber late

Francis Wetheralls, Chief Butler, in place of Mr. Edward
Fage, who surrendered his interest for him; fine, 20s. 6
Feb. Henry Ferrers of Badsley, Warwickshire, esq., son and
heir of Edward Ferrers, esq., deceased, specially; fine, 5/.
10 Feb. Richard Stephens, late of Furnyfals Inne, gent.,
son and heir-apparent of Edward Stephens of Coddesley,
Gloucestershire, gent., generally ; fine, 30s. Robert Moyle,

late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of John Moyle
of St. Jermyns, Cornwall, esq., generally; fine, 20s. Bound
with Messrs. John Scawmer and Henry Summaster. 11

Feb. Mr. Thomas Harley to Mr. John Shurley's chamber,

in expectancy of Mr. Shurley, his brother, paying only

25s., because he left his own chamber. 12 Feb. William

Tonge, late of New Inn, gentleman, third son of William
Tonge of Tunstall, Kent, gent, generally; fine, 20s. Bound
with Messrs. William Spatchurste and James Tonge. John
Huyde, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of
Laurence Huyde of Warder Castell, Wilts, esq., generally;
fine, 20s. 13 Feb. John Hippesley, late of Lyons Inne,

gent., son and heir of John Hippesley, esq., deceased, one of

the Masters of the Bench of this Inn, generally ; fine, .

Bound with Mr. William Soman. 14 Feb. Edward

Phellippes, late of New Inn, gent., fourth son of Thomas
Phelippes of Mountague, Somerset, esq., generally; fine, 20s.
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John Ridge of Hemmyngton, Somerset, gent., generally ; fine,
205. (mortuus). Mr. Richard Olyver to a chamber beyond
the graveyard late Mr. Wrenche's; fine, 30s. 16 Feb.

Francis, son and heir of Francis Stoner of Stoner, Oxon.,
knt., deceased, specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Mr. John

Southcott and . Mr. Edward Stampe to Mr. William

Fowler's chamber; fine, 5/. Mr. John Popham, one of

the Masters of the Bench, by assent of all the Masters of
the Bench, into the chamber of Mr. Chambers, deceased;
no fine because he left his old chamber. Mr. William

Fowler, one of the Masters of " le Utter Barre," by assent of
all the Masters of the Bench, to Mr. John Popham's chamber
with Mr. Thomas Morgan, jun.; no fine, because he left his
old chamber, and because he has taken much trouble in
collecting the Inn's debts and money for the new Hall. 17

Feb. Tristram Michell, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir
of Richard Michell, late of Cannington, Somerset, esq., de-
ceased, generally ; fine, 20s. 23 Feb. Edmund Mervyn, late
of Clementes Inne, gent., son and heir-apparent of Henry
Mervyn of Darlord, Sussex, esq., generally; fine, 30s. 24

Feb. John Leonardo, late of New Inn, gent., second son of
William Leonardo of Taunton, Somerset, generally; fine, 20s.
27 Feb. William Manorynge, late of Clementes Inne, gent.,
son and heir-apparent of George Manorynge of Exeter, gent.,
generally ; fine, 30s. Bound with Messrs. Jerome and William
Weston. 28 Feb. Henry Holdforde, late of New Inn, gent,
son and heir of Richard Holdforde, gent., deceased, generally ;
fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. John Marshall and John Buller.
6 March. Mr. Thomas Morgan of Somerset to a chamber
with Mr. Dyke ; fine, 20s. 27 April, 1572. James Gierke,

late of New Inn, gent., second son of John Gierke of Norton,
Somerset, generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Tristram
Michell and John Gourte. 29 April. James Dakcombe,

late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of John Dakcombe of
Stypleton, Dorset, gent., deceased, generally; fine, 20s.
John Wynter, late of Lyons Inne, gent., son and heir-
apparent of George Wynter of Dyrham, Gloucestershire, esq.,
generally; fine, 30s. Richard Ferrers, late of Davids Inne,
gent., second son of George Ferrers of Markate, Herts., esq.,
generally; fine, 30s. Bound with his father. 3 May.

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who surrendered his interest ; fine, 205. 5 May. Antony

Gybbes, son and heir-apparent of Robert Gybbes of Hunnyngton,
Warwickshire, esq., specially, paying for his admission to Mr.
Bell, Reader. 7 May. Thomas Blunte, late of New Inn,
gent., son and heir-apparent of Ralf Blunt of Hardwick,
Warwickshire, esq., generally; fine, 20«. Mr. James Dyer to
a chamber late Mr. Fowler's with Mr. Starape, at the instance
of his uncle, James Dyer, knight, Chief Justice of the C!ommon
Bench; fine, 205. 8 May. Mr. James Dakombe to a
chamber on the farther side of the graveyard late Mr.
Thomas Harris', who surrendered it for him; fine, 10s. 13

May. Robert Gamaunce, late of New Inn, gent, son and
heir-apparent of John Gamaunce of Barrs Court, Hereford-
shire, gent., generally; fine, 20s., which his father keeps in
his hands as part of a debt of the Inn to him when Under
Treasurer. Bound with his father.

At a Parliament holden 16 Hay, 14 Ellz.

Mr. Rosse, esq., was chosen Reader for Autumn next.

The following are fined 20s. for absence from Mr. Bell's
reading last Lent: Messrs. Thomas Holland (paid), Richard
Symons (ill), William Johnes (paid), John Woode, Thomas
Barne, Francis Sandes, Robert Bame, John Elmes, John
Carmine (paid), John Daniell, jun., Edward Ayleworth, John
Coles, Jolm Wynchcombe (paid), Edward Rede (paid).

Ordered, for the increase of the chambers, that the place
in which Mr. Scrogges, deceased, exercised the oflSce of Exi-
genter of London, shall be separated from the chamber of
Messrs. Bastard and Summaster, and that the Treasurer shall
admit two fellows thereto.

The "Pannyarman" {mandptdus) shall have in term 12rf. a
week, and out of term 4d. a week, beyond his usual wages ; and
the Steward shall pay this from the increase of commons.

Admissions : — 20 May. Henry Evett, late of New Inn, gent.,
son and'heir-apparent of William Evett of Hallow, Worcester-
shire, gent, generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Richard
Simondes and Thomas Hardwyke. Richard Hartopp, late
of Bamardes Inn, gent., third son of Thomas Hartopp
of Burton Lazars, Leicestershire, gent., generally; fine,
30s. 22 May. Richard Wighte, late of New Inn, gent,

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generally; fine, 20s. 5 June. James Buttes, late of

Bamardes Inne, gent., second son of William Buttes of Sutton,
Suffolk, deceased, gent., generally; fine, 305. 8 June.

Mr. Richard Hartopp to the chamber beyond the graveyard
late Mr. Bucklandes, with Mr. Richard Olyver; fine, 305.
19 June. Mr. John Spencer and Mr. Edward Ayleworthe
to the chamber late Mr. Scrogge's oflSce ; fine, only 40s., on
account of their expense in repairs. Signed : M. Smith.

At a Parliament holden 20 June, 14 Eliz.

Because Mr. Bell, who was Reader last Lent, is not bound
to be assistant to the Reader, because he is Speaker (prolocutor)
of Parliament, Mr. Hone and Mr. Fletwoodde shall be asked
to be assistants to the Reader next vacation.

Messrs. Bouerman, Crumpton, Malthus, and Periam shall
stand at the Cupboard diu*ing the next reading.

Mr. Inckpen and Mr. Walkaden are appointed to provide the
Reader's feast. To relieve the Steward of the expense of the
Reader's feast, each fellow shall pay 206?. to the Steward.

Admissions: — 3 July, 1572. Mr. William Ruddall to Mr.
Becke's chamber in place of Mr. Poore, who lost it by discon-
tinuance ; fine, 3/. 65. 8rf. Henry Delabre, late of New Inn,
gent., third son of Antony Delabre of Sherborne, Dorset, gent.,
deceased, generally ; fine, 205. Humfrey Hyde, late of Lyons
Inne, gent., son and heir of John Hyde of Devencheworth,
Berks, gent., deceased, generally; fine, 305. 4 July. Mr.
John Courte to a chamber late Mr. Knyghte's with Mr. Curson ;

fine, . Mr. Edward Purcell to a chamber late Mr.

Richard Knolles', who surrendered his interest ; no fine, because
he left his old chamber. 9 July. Christopher Stone, late

of New Inn, gent., son and heir of John Stone of Netherburye,
Dorset, gent., generally; fine, 205. Bound with Messrs. Ralf
Brooke and tlohn Bay lye of New Inn, gent. 13 July.

James Brett, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent
of John Brett of Somersom, Hunts, gent., generally; fine, 205.
Bound with Henry Evett and Edward Combes of New Inn, gents.
19 July. Thomas Fletewood, gent., fourth son of Thomas
Fletewood, late of Vache, Bucks, esq., deceased, generally;
fine, 205. Bound with Mr. Miles Doddynge of Clementes
Inne, gent., and Robert Brigges of the same house. 2 Aug.

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heirs of Alan Eppes, late of Lydde, Kent, gent., generally;
fine, 20s. Bound with Samuel Dowle and Henry Hall, gents.
22 Aug. William Harper, late of Lyons Inne, gent., son and
heir-apparent of John Harper of Longe Warde, Herefordshire,
esq., generally ; fine, 30s. Bound with Mr. John Fowke, one
of the Masters of the Utter Bar, and John Carter, of the
said house. 5 Sept. Nicolas Havarde, late of Lyons Inne,

gent., son and heir of Thomas Havarde, late of Hereford, esq.,
deceased, generally; fine, 30s. Bound with Messrs. William
Harper and Humfrey Hyde, gentlemen. 6 Sept. George
Grenefeilde, late of New Inn, gent., sixth son of Degory
Grenefeilde of Penhelo, Cornwall, esq., deceased, generally ;
fine, 20s.

At a Parliament holden 30 Oct., 14 Eliz.

Mr. Peter Rosse, Reader last Autumn, shall be expelled for
choosing certain Utter Barristers during his reading, contrary
not only to the ordinances of the Inn, but also to the order
of the Queen's Privy Council, so that great dissension was
raised among the fellows ; and the said Utter Barristers shall
be degraded.

Admissions: — 31 Oct. Thomas Dorrell, late of Staple Inn,
gent., son and heir of Nicolas Dorrell of Lenam, Kent, gent.,
.deceased, generally; fine, 30s. Bound with Messrs. Henry
Hall and Samuel Dowle of the said house, gents. 1 Nov.

Richard Franke, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent
of Thomas Franke of Hatfeilde Braddocke, Essex, esq., gene-
rally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Rede and George
Detton, of the foresaid house, gents. 2 Nov. Mr. Francis

Craddocke to the chamber of Messrs. Bus^ey and Gislingham,
in expectancy; fine, 40s. Mr. George Grinfilde to the

chamber late Mr. Rudhall's, who surrendered his mterest;
no fine. ( This etvtry is struck out)

At a Parliament holden 7 Nov., 14 Eliz.

No Reader made default in the Autumn reading except
Master Gifford, deceased.

Messrs. Bowreman, Periam, and Malthus are fined 40s. each
for failing to stand at the Cupboard in the preceding vacation
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The following vacationers are fined 205. for absence from
Mr. Rosse's reading, viz. Francis Sandes, John Daniell, jun.
(paid), Edward Moore, Thomas Morgan, Henry Whitacre,
William Groulde, William Spencer (paid), Arthur Wilmott, John
Coles, jun., Jerome Weston, Edward Ridge, James Bowreman,
John Carmynowe, Eusebius Issham {crossed otd), John Elmes,
James Dackombe, Thomas Blunte, Thomas Fletewood, jim.
(paid), Richard KnowUes, George Trencharde.

Admissions: — 12 Nov., 1572. Maurice, second son of John
Keynes of Compton Pawncefoote, Somerset, esq., generally ;
fine, 53s. 4rf. 17 Nov. Mr. Bartholomew Manne to the

upper study (museo) over the gate of the New Hall; fine,
3/. 6s. 8d. Mr. Edmund Huddy to the lower study (museo)
over the gate of the New Hall; fine, 3/. 6s. 8c?. 18 Nov.

Mr. William Harper to the chamber of Mr. John Fowke, one
of the Masters of the Utter Bar, with his consent, in ex-
pectancy; fine, 55s. 23 Nov. William Gosnell, late of
New Inn, gent., second son of Thomas Grosnell of London,
grocer, deceased, generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Mr. Thomas
Leyghe of the Middle Temple, gent., and Thomas Chappell
of New Inn, gent. 25 Nov. George, son and heir-ap-
parent of Geoffrey Upton of Wormyster, Somerset, esq.,
generally; fine, 53s. Ad. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Ashe
and John Rodney, gents. 26 Nov. Mr. William Gosnell,
as expectant, to the chamber of Messrs. Slade and Leyghe;
fine, 26s. 8d.

At a Parliament holden 26 Nov^ 15 Eliz.

Mr. Popham is chosen Reader for next Lent.

Mr. Malthus is chosen Steward for Christmas next ; in his
absence, Mr. Bowrman ; in his default, Mr. Crumpton.

The feast of Christmas shall not be solemnly celebrated.
Commons shall be continued till next term. To those who
remain shall be allowed a cartload of coals and 40s. for the
salary of the minstrels.

Mr. Smith is again chosen Treasurer. Messrs. Farmer and
Lewkenour are appointed to audit his accounts for last year.

Admissions : — 27 Nov. Mr. John Wynter to Mr. Pagett's
chamber in place of Mr. Hendour, who lost it by discon-
tinuance; fine, 40s. 1 Dec. Mr. Antony Gybbes to
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expelled; fine, 50s. 24 Jan. Laurence Eliott, late of New

Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of Laurence Eliott of Godal-
mynge, Surrey, gent., generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs.
John Agmondisham and Thomas Taylor of London, gents.
14 Dec. Blaise Goodwyn, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-
apparent of William Goodwyn, merchant, of London, generally ;
fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. William Dodington and Henry
Delaber, gents. 19 Jan., 1572. John Warner, late of New

Inn, gent., second son of Mark Warner of Middlesex, gent.,
generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Mr. William Gosnell and
Nevell Hasilwood. 5 Feb. William Hodges, late of New

Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of Walter Hodges of Puddy-
more Mylton, Somerset, gent, generally; fine, 20s. Bound
with Mr. William Scely of New Inn, gent. 7 Feb. Mathias
Colthurst, late of New Inn, gent., second son of Matthew Col-
thurst of Warder Castell, Wilts, esq., deceased, generally ; fine,
20s. Bound with Messrs. John Huyde and Robert Moyle, gents.
10 Feb. Benjamin Hill, late of Bamardes Inne, gent., son and
heir-apparent of Gilbert Hill of Ware, Herts, esq., generally ;
fine, 30s. Bound with his father.

At a Parliament holden 11 Feb., 15 Eliz.

Mr. Peter Rosse, who was expelled by Parliament of 30 Oct.,
is readmitted to the Society and to his chamber, with a place
on the Bench with other Masters who have not read, but
without a voice as Readers have. He shall keep moots as
others who are Readers. He shall pay a fine of 13/. 6s. 8rf.,
and a similar sum for the debts of Mr. John Gifford, de-
ceased, whose executor he is.

Mr. Rosse is not bound to be assistant to the Reader next
vacation, and therefore Mr. Plowden shall be asked to be so.

Messrs. Crumpton, Periam, Archer, and Corbett shall stand
at the Cupboard.

Mr. Corbett and Mr. J. DanioU, sen., are appointed to provide
the Reader s feast.

A chamber newly built over the new kitchen on the west is
granted to Mr. Robert Barne with Thomas, his brother, for
Ufe, and he shall not forfeit it for discontinuance. He shall
not admit more than one other person.

Mr. Marbury, one of the Masters of " le Utter Barre," shall
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Bench or person called to the Bench desire it, on paying as
much fine as another, pensions, and arrears.

The minstrels now serving the Inn shall have a yearly wage
of 26s. 8d., besides their salary at revels; to be paid at Lady
Day and Michaelmas, and to begin last Michaelmas.

Admissions: — 12 Feb. Mr. Richard Eliott to Mr. Williams'
chamber in place of Mr. Kestell; fine, 20s. 13 Feb.

Mr. Thomas Reade to Mr. Chmrche's chamber in place of
Mr. Vincent Reade; fine, 40s. 17 Feb. John White, late

of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Hugh White of Stan-
dishe, Lancashire, gent., generally. 18 Feb. Mr. Arthur

Vowell to Mr. Summaster's chamber; fine, 50s. 21 Feb.

Thomas Smith, late of New Inn, gent., third son of John
Smith of Cavendishe, Suffolk, esq., generally; fine, 20s.
Bound with Messrs. Matthew Cratchrood and Edward
Colman, gents. 22 Feb. John Pecke, late of New Inn,

gent., son and heir of Henry Pecke of Hawcruste, Kent., gent.,
generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Dike and
Thomas Morgan, gents. 29 AprU, 1573. Thomas Swynerton,
late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Robert Swynerton of
Quadringe Edicke, Lincolnshire, gent., deceased, generally;
fine, 20s.

At a Parliament holden 1 Hay, 15 Eliz.

Mr. Malthus was chosen Reader for next Autumn ; in his
default, Mr. Bowreman ; in his default, Mr. Crumpton.

The following vacationers are fined 205. for absence from
Mr. Popham's reading last Lent, viz. Messrs. Holland, W.
Williams, BuUer, Arthur Wilmot, J. Cooles, Hippesley, Dac-
kombe, Franke.

No fellow shall offer the Steward a bill for commons, but
all shall pay ready money, on pain of forfeiture. If the
Steward receive a bill, he shall be fined 10/. The auditors
shall examine his rolls weekly, and shall present the names
of those who are in arrears for a week to the Masters of the
Bench, or, out of term, to the Senior Masters of "le Utter
Barre." Their names shall be published, and they shall be
expelled if the debts are not paid the same day.

Adviissions: — 3 May. Mr> Thomas Flete wood, jun., to the
chamber of Messrs. Pickering and Savill, in expectancy;
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Harleys chamber in place of Mr. John Shurley; no fine,
because Mr. Shurley had the nomination. Mr. Thomas
Blunt to a chamber with Mr. Scawen; fine, 205. Mr.
William Northover to Mr. Cooper's chamber in place of Mr.
Hill, deceased; fine, 205. 9 May. John Love, late of New
Inn, gent., son and heir of John Love of Foxfeilde, Hants,
gent., generally ; fine, 205. (In margin: Mortuus,) 22 May.
Mr. Thomas Swynerton to the chamber of Messrs. Kerle and
Vaughan, in expectancy; fine, 405. 28 May. Mr. William

Symmes to the chamber of Mr. Chishull, who lost it by dis-
continuance; fine, 505. 29 May. John Feldinge, late of
New Inn, gent., third son of Basil Feldinge of Newnam, War-
wickshire, esq., generally ; fine, 205. Boimd with Mr. Richard
Boughton of the Middle Temple and Mr. Humfrey Katherines
of New Inn, gents.

At a Parliament holden 8 June, 15 Eliz.

Mr. Popham was chosen assistant to Mr. Crompton, Reader,
for this Autumn.

Messrs. Periam, Archer, Corbett, and Stevens shall stand at
the Cupboard next reading.

Messrs. Snagge and Buckenam are appointed to provide the
Reader s feast.

Mr. Snagge, who had been put out of commons for con-
tumacy till All Saints' day, was restored at his humble
petition.

Admissions: — :9 June, 1573. Edmund Churche, late of

New Inn, gent., second son of John Churche of Maiden, Essex,
gent., deceased, generally ; fine, 205. 11 June. Mr. John

Warner to Mr. Powlton s chamber in his place with Mr.
Barley; fine, 6 05. 12 June. Bartholomew Beacher, gent.,

fifth son of Henry Beacher of London, esq., deceased, specially ;
no fine, because Mr. Crompton, Reader, specially admitted him.
Bound with Messrs. Alexander Pymme and Edward Hexte.
14 June. Mr. Richard Hartopp to Mr. Ellis Hartopp's
chamber; fine, U, 15 June. Mr. Edmund Buckenham

to the chamber of Messrs. Walter and Trenchard, in ex-
pectancy ; fine, 605., and he surrendered his chamber. John
Appulton, late of Staple Inn, gent., third son of Roger Appulton
of Dartford, Kent, esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 305. Bound
with Mr. Richard Hartopp. Mr. John Appulton to Mr.

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Olyver's chamber in place of Mr. Richard Hartopp ; fine, 30s,
7 July. John Curson, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir
of Francis Curson of Kerlston, Derbyshire, esq., generally ; fine,
205. Bound with Messrs. John Shurley and Edward Hexte.
25 June. Richard Swayne, late of New Inn, gent., third son
of John Swayne of Blandford Forum, Dorset, gent., generally ;
fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. John Hyde and Laurence
Eliott. 4 Aug. Thomas Tubbe, late of New Inn, gent.,

second son of George Tubbe of Cornwall, esq., generally ; fine,
20s. Bound with Messrs. John Skawen and Richard Swayne.
15 Aug. Edward Combes, late of New Inn, gent., son and
heir of Edward Combes of Barholte Sackevelde, Essex, gent.,
deceased, generally ; fine, 20s. Boimd with Messrs. Richard
Crompton and James Beall. 13 Oct. William Byrde, late

of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of Philip Byrde of
Debden, Essex, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with his
father and Henry Evett 14 Oct. William, son and heir-

apparent of Thomas Chester of Bristol, esq., generally; fine,
30s. Bound with Messrs. John Robertes and Jessey Smithes.
Francis, son and heir-apparent of Thomas NychoUes of the
Middle Temple, esq., one of the Masters of the Bench, deceased,
generally; no fine, by order of the Masters of the Bench.
Bound with Masters Thomas Pagett and Arthur Samuell.
Mr. Edward Phelipps to a chamber ^vith Mr. Blancharde ; fine,
40s. 16 Oct. Mr. Richard Swayne to Mr. Stone's chamber

in place of Mr. Graunt, who lost it by discontinuance ; fine,
20s. 17 Oct. Robert Losse of Edgeworthe, Middlesex, esq.,

specially; fine, 41. 18 Oct. Richard Wygmore, late of

New Inn, gent, second son of Richard Wigmore of London,
esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Mr. John Dodge
of Mannyngton, Norfolk, esq. 2 1 Oct. John Michell, late

of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Avery Michell of Wamam,
Sussex, esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs.
William Birde of the Middle Temple, gent., and Robert Frithe
of Walden, Essex, gent. 22 Oct. Mr. Nicolas Havarde to
Mr. Swynerton's chamber in place of Mr. Vaughan, who sur-
rendered it with that intention; fine, 4/. 24 Oct Mr.
Francis NychoUes to the chamber of Messrs. Preston and
Paynter in place of Mr. Purcell, who surrendered it with that
intention; fine, 53s. 4d. 25 Oct William Herbert of
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except at his pleasure, and discharge from the office of

Steward of the Reader's feast, and all other offices ; fine, .

10 Nov. Richard Gifforde, late of Clementes Inne, gent.,
second son of John Gifforde of Chillington, Staffordshire, esq.,
generally; fine, 305. Bound with Messrs. John Fowke and
Richard Brooke of the Middle Temple. Mr. Richard Gifforde
to the chamber of Messrs. John and Richard Brooke; tine,
20s. Richard Grene, late of New Inn, gent, second son of

Roke Grene of Sandford Parva, Essex, esq., generally; fine,
20s. Bound with William Grene his brother. Mr. Grene

to Mr. Tyffins chamber in place of Mr. Buckenham; fine, 30s.
Henry Delespronge, Third Butler of the Middle Temple, to Mr.
Cabeirs chamber in place of Mr. Robert Browne, who lost it
by discontinuance ; no fine. John Horburne, Fourth Butler,



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