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to Mr. Byrchitt's chamber beyond the graveyard; no fine.
13 Nov. Mr. Richard Frestone to the chamber of Messrs.
Walter and Bucknam, in expectancy ; fine, 3/. 6s. 8d,

At a Parliament holden 13 Nov., 15 Eliz.

Mr. Mai thus is fined lOZ., and Mr. William Boureman 20/.,
for not reading last Autumn.

Mr. Periam is fined 40«. for not standing at the Cupboard
during Mr. Crompton*s reading last vacation.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
from Mr. Crompton's reading, viz. W. Williams, W. Combes,
W. Rudhall, W. Spenser, Arthur Wilmott, Otes Peter, Thomas
White, John Coles, Thomas Holland, Jerome Weston, John
Baker, Arthur Vowell, John Hippesley, W. Maneringe, Henry
Holforde, James Clerke, James Daccombe, Henry Evett,
Richard Wright, Thomas Swynnerton, John Curson. (The last
three are struck outy and the la4 two marked " solut")

The site and buildings of the old kitchen were granted for
life to Mr. William Herbert, one of the fellows, together with
the chambers which he will build thereon. No one shall be
admitted to the said chambers without his consent. Neither
he, nor any one admitted to them by him, shall forfeit them
for discontinuance or any other cause. {The entity is crossed
out " quia postea entratur.")

Admissions : — Mr. Greorge Grinfeilde to Mr. Becke's chamber
in place of Mr. William Rudhall, who surrendered his interest
for him; no fine. 16 Nov., 1573. Richard Daston, late



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of New Inn, gent., son and heir of George Daston of Wor-
myngton, Gloucestershire, gent., deceased, generally; fine, 20«.
Bound with Messrs. WilUam Savage and WilHam Combes of
the Middle Temple, gents. Mr. Daston to the middle
chamber under the new Hall; fine, 40s. Mr. Edward

Combes to the same chamber; fine, 265. 8d. Mr. Thomas
Harris, one of the Masters of "le Utter Barre," to Mr.
Ashefilde's chamber in place of Mr. Gamons, who lost it by
discontinuance; fine, 20s. Mr. George Upton to Mr. Ruddes
chamber in place of Mr. Molynax, who lost it by discon-
tinuance; fine, 53s. 4rf. 17 Nov. Mr. William Tonge to
the chamber of Messrs. Greaves and Spatchurst, in expectancy ;
fine, 20s. 18 Nov. Mr. Reginald Braye to the chamber
of Messrs. Beckett and Bavand, in expectancy; fine, 45s.
21 Nov. Mr. William Chester to Mr. Bowyer's chamber in
place of Mr. Jervys, who lost it by discontinuance ; fine, 40s.
John Walrond, late of Thavys Inne, gent., son and heir of
William Walrond of Porton, Wilts, gent., deceased, generally ;
fine, 3 Os. Bound with Messrs. John Southcote and Thomas Rede,
gents. 26 Nov. John Alman, late of Staple Inne, gent.,
second son of Thomas Alman of Pevensey, Sussex, gent.,
generally; fine, 30s. Bound with Mr. William Alman of
Staple Inne, gent. Mr. John Alman to Mr. Apulton's
chamber in place of Mr. Oliver, who surrendered it with that
intention; fine, 30s.

At a Parliament holden 27 Nov., 16 Eliz.

Mr. Gent is chosen Reader for next Lent.

Christmas shall not be solemnly celebrated. Commons
shall be continued till next term. A cartload of coals and
40s. for the minstrels shall be allowed to those who remain.

Mr. Periam is chosen Steward for Christmas, and in his
default, Mr. Archer.

No fellow shall make collections of money by bills, rolls,
or otherwise without assent of aU the Masters of the Bench,
on pain of expulsion and forfeiture.

Admissions : — Mr. Fermer to Mr. Baron Frevill's chamber.
29 Nov., 1573. Mr. Tiffin, one of the Masters of "le Utter
Barre," to Mr. Fermer's chamber on condition of leaving if
the latter leave Baron Frevill's chamber. 2 Dec. Hanniball

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of John Vivion of Trelawaren, Cornwall, esq., generally ; fine,
30«. 26 Jan. Antony Luther, late of New Inn, gent.,
second son of Thomas Luther of Stapleford, Essex, gent.,
generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Mr. John Warner of the
Middle Temple, gent., and William Lewen of London, gent.
Mr. John Robertes to Mr. Thomas Harley's chamber, who
surrendered it with that intention; no fine. 27 Jan.

Mr. Henry Delaber to Mr. Robertes* chamber in expectancy
of Mr. Ruddall ; fine, 50s. 28 Jan. George Tuchett, Lord

Awdoley, specially ; no fine, because it was allowed to Mr.
Popham, late Reader.* 1 Feb. Thomas EUines, gent., second
son of Edmund EUines of Lilliforde, Northants, esq., generally ;
fine, 535. 4d. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Pagett and George
Poulton of the Middle Temple, gents. 4 Feb. John Beris-
ford, late of New Inn, gent., second son of Henry Berisforde of
Nottingham, gent., generally; fine, 205. 5 Feb. Richard

Carewe, late of Clementes Line, gent., son and heir-apparent
of Thomas Carewe of Antony, Cornwall, esq., generally ; fine,
305. Mr. Crompton, one of the Masters of the Bench, to
the chamber of Mr. Peter Vavasore, deceased.

At a Parliament holden 10 Feb., 16 Eliz.

Mr. Crompton was chosen assistant to Mr. Gent, Reader,
for this Lent.

The Reader is empowered to call two or three to the rank
of Utter Barristers.

Messrs. Periam, Archer, Corbett, and Stephens are appointed
to the stand at the Cupboard t personally at the next reading.

Mr. Agmondisham and Mr. Hutchinson are appointed to
provide the Reader s feast.

At the Parliament of 8 Feb., 13 Eliz., it was ordered that
the old pensions should be increased for three years for pay-
ment of the Inn's debts and building the new Hall. As
this is insufficient, it is ordered that the increase shall be
continued for six terms.

Admissions: — 13 Feb. Richard Johnson, late of New Inn,

gent., son and heir of Richard Johnson of Tuddington, Beds,

gent., deceased, generally; no fine, at the request of Robert

Catlyn, knt., Chief Justice of England, his uncle. 14 Feb.

* Quia Mr. Popham, nuper lector, fuU alloc^, MS.
t Marginal note :— " Cupboardmen not by deputie.*'



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Geoffrey Newman, late of New Inn, gent, son and heir-
apparent of Robert Newman of Fifeld, Dorset, gent., generally ;
fine, 2O5. Bomid with Mr. Matthew Ewens. 16 Feb.
Mr. William Cowper to Mr. Richard Grene's chamber in
place of Mr. Tiffin ; no fine, because he surrendered his interest
in his own chamber. John Prydeaux, late of New Inn,
gent, second son of John Prydeaux, Serjeant-at-law, deceased,
generally; fine, 20a. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Leighe of
the Middle Temple and Arthur Spurr of New Inn, gents.
17 Feb. Francis Morgan, late of New Inn, gent., son and
heir-apparent of William Morgan of Kjngesthorp, Northants^
gent., generally; fine, 20^. Licenced to exercise the office
of common Attorney. Bound with Messrs. Arthur Samuel
and Francis Crispe of the Middle Temple, gents. Francis

Crispe, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of
Austin Crispe of Bowghton, Northants, gent., generally; fine,
20s. Bound with Messrs. Arthur Samuell and Francis Morgan.
Mr. Benjamin Hill to Mr. Northovers chamber in place of
Mr. Cowper, who surrendered his interest. 18 Feb. John

Sledd, late of Staple Inne, gent, son and heir-apparent of
John Sledd of Mylton Magna, Oxon., gent., generally; fine,
30s. Bound with Mr. Thomas Yngler. 20 Feb. George,

son and heir-apparent of John Rivers, esq.. Mayor of London,
generally; fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with Masters John Love
and Robert Garnaunce. 3 March. Thomas, son and heir-

apparent of George Leighe of Shrewsbury, esq., generally;
fine, 53s. Ad. 13 March. Richard, second son of John
Fletewood of Caldewyche, Staffordshire, esq., generally; fine,
30s. Bound with Messrs. Richard Johnson and John White.
16 March. William, son and heir-apparent of Francis
Mannocke of Stoocke, Suffolk, esq., specially ; no fine, because
it was allowed to Mr. Gent, Reader. Bound with Messrs. John
Daniell, sen., and Richard Grene. 1 May, 1574. John,

son and heir of William Dormer of Tame, Oxon., esq., deceased,
generally; fine, 53s. 4d. Bound with Mr. Hugh Hollingshed
of Tame, esq., and Mr. Antony Gibbes of the Middle Temple.
Mr. Dormer to the chamber of Messrs. Antony Gibbs and
Mr. Pates, in expectancy; fine, 26s. 8d. 2 May, 1574.
Nicolas Overburye, late of New Inn, gent., second son of
Thomas Overburye of Aston Sneege, Gloucestershire, gent.,
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and Richard Daston. 3 May. Thomas Holbeche, late

of New Inn, gent., second son of Thomas Holbeche of Stowe,
Lmcolnshire, gent., generally; fine, 20^. Bound with Mr.
Richard Johnson. 4 May. Thomas Walton, late of New
Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of Thomas Walton of Lam,
Somerset, esq., generally; fine, 205. Bound with Messrs.
Richard Farewell and James Dier. 6 May. Peter Mallory,
late of New Inn, gent., second son of William Mallory of
Papworth, Hunts, esq., generally; fine, 205. Bound with
Messrs. James Brett of the Middle Temple and Laurence
Torkington of Stukeley Magna, Hunts, gent. Mr. Richard
Carewe to Mr. Upton's chamber in place of Mr. Rudde, who
lost it by discontinuance; fine, 535. 4rf. 7 May. Edward,

son and heir-apparent of William Saunders of Hethrington,
Northants, esq., specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs.
George Gascoigne and Job Gierke. 8 May. Job Gierke,

late of Bamardes Inne, second son of Dunstan Glerk of
Welstone, Leicestershire, esq., generally; fine, 305. Bound
with Messrs. George Gascoigne and Edward Saunders.
(This entry is crossed out and '' Mo7*tuiis" added in the margin,)
13 May. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Richard Reynell
of Ogwell, Devon, esq., specially ; fine, 4Z. Bound with Messrs.
William Northover and Thomas Harris. Josias Reynell,
second son of the above, specially, as above. Mr. Simon
Digbye to Mr. Henry Mordaunt's chamber in Mr. Crompton's
place; fine, 6O5.



At a Parliament holden 14 Hay, 16 Eliz.

Mr. Ameredith was chosen Treasurer, Mr. Plowden remain-
ing Proctor and promoter for building the new Hall and
making collections.

Mr. Crompton and Mr. Alley are appointed auditors of the
accounts of Mr. Smith, late Treasurer.

Mr. Periam was chosen Reader for next Autumn, and in
his default Mr. Archer.

Messrs. Periam, Corbet, and Stephens are fined 405. each
for not standing at the Cupboard during Mr. Gente's reading.

The following vacationers are fined 2O5. each for absence
from his reading, viz. Messrs. R. Francke, T. Smith, E.



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Churche, J. Walrond {struck out)^ Han. Vivion. Signed : M.
Smith.

Medium Templum, 1574. Ewardo Amerideth Thesaurario
ibidem acta sunt hec.

Admissions: — 13 June. Thomas, second son of William
Crompton of Stone, Staffordshire, deceased, esq., specially ; fine,
5/. Bound with Messrs. Richard Crompton of the Bench, esq.,
and Edward Combes. John Woode, late of New Inn, gent.,
son and heir-apparent of William Woode of Stanforde Ryvers,
Essex, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. James
Morryce of " le Utter * Barre," esq., and John Berisforde.
Andrew, son and heir-apparent of John Reade of Farnham,
Surrey, gent., deceased, specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Mr.
Richard Moldworthe. Thomas Bowles, late of New Inn,
gent., son and heir-apparent of Lewis Bowley* of Penhowe,
Monmouth, esq., specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Mr. John
Predeaux.

Orders for the government of the Inns of Court established
by the Queen's command with the advice of the Privy
Council and the Justices of Her Bench and the Common
"Place,** in Westminster, in Easter Term, IG Eliz., 1574.

1. No more shall be admitted than the chambers in the
houses will receive, two to a chamber ; and no more chambers
shall be built to increase the number, except that in the Middle
Temple the old Hall may be converted into not more than
ten chambers.

2. If any hereafter admitted in Court, practise as Attorneys
or SoUcitors, they shall be expelled from their Houses, unless
they also use the exercise of learning and mooting.

3. None shall have chambers, or be in commons in any
House of Court, who will not attend the usual common prayers
at the churches and chapels of their House on admonition by
any Reader, Bencher, or Utter Barrister.

4. No one hereafter admitted shall enjoy a chamber, or be
in commons, unless he exercises moots and other exercises
of learning within three years after his admission, and be
allowed a student or Inner Barrister by the Bench.

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5. None to be called to the Utter Bar but by the ordi-
nary Council of the House in their general ordinary Councils
in term time.

6. None to continue Utter Barristers, unless for three years
after he exercises ordinary meetings and other ordinary
exercises of learning both in Court and Chancery.

7. None to be admitted to plead at any Court at West-
minster or to subscribe any action, bill, or plea, imless he be
a Reader or Bencher in Court, or five years Utter Barrister
and continuing that time in exercise of learning, or a Reader
in Chancery two years at the least, and attending common
prayer on admonition as above.

8. None to be allowed to plead before the Justices of
Assizes, except he be allowed for a Pleader in the Courts at
Westminster, or be allowed by the Justices of Assizes to plead
before them, and attending common prayer as above.

9. The reformation and order for the Inns of Chancery is
referred to the consideration of the Benchers of the Houses
of Court whereto they belong. They are to use the advice
of the Justices of the Courts at Westminster, and make
certificate to the Privy Council at the second sitting next
term in the Star Chamber.

10. Touching apparel, they shall observe the orders shortly
to be set forth by the Queen's proclamation for the apparel
of all estates generally.

Admissions: — 24 June. Mr. Thomas and Mr. Josias
Reynell, brothers, to the chamber of Mr. Thomas Harrys,
Master of ** le Utter Barre," in place of Mr. Ashefilde, who lost
it by discontinuance. 25 June. Mr. Geoffrey Newman

to the chamber of Mr. Arthur Hyde, who surrendered it for
him ; fine, 13s. id.

At a Parliament holden 26 June, 16 Eliz.

Mr. Gente was chosen assistant to Mr. Archer, Reader, for
the Autumn.

Messrs. Stephens, Inckpen, Dale, and Becke shall stand
at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Tyffen and Vanus Beacher are appointed to provide
the Reader's feast. If Beacher holds the office of Steward
first, then Mr. Nicolas Havarde shall be chosen.



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The Reader shall only give venison to the Fellowship twice
a week, viz. Saturday and Tuesday.

Mr. Reginald Braye and Mr. Richard Mold worth were
chosen to the degree of " le Utter Barre " by assent of all the
Masters of the Bench.

Admissions: — 27 June. Mr. Nicolas Overbury to Mr.
Swayne's chamber in expectancy of Mr. Stone ; fine, 26s. 8d.
7 Nov. Mr. Richard Godwyn to Mr. Northover's chamber
with Mr. Starre ; fine, .

At a Parliament holden 8 Nov., 16 Eliz.

Mr. Periam is fined for not reading in Autumn last.

Messrs. Stevens, Inckpen, and Dale are fined 405. each for
failing to sland at the Cupboard during Mr. Archer s reading.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
from Mr. Archer's reading, viz. Messrs. T.* Smith (sirtick out),
J. Curson, Chester, F. NiccoUes, Wigmore, J. Michell, Daston,
Ha. Vivion, Elmes, jun., Berisforde, R. Carewe, R. Johnson, jun.,
Newman, Sledde, Leighe, jun., R. Fletewood, jun., Dormer.

The four of "le Utter Barre" appointed to stand at the
Cupboard during reading are bound to do so in person, without
special leave of the Masters of the Bench.

Admissiom: — 9 Nov. Mr. Francis Butler to a chamber.
Stephen, third son of Thomas Powle of Aldersbrocke, Essex,

esq., specially ; fine, . Bound with Messrs. Thomas

Powle, his father, and Thomas Powle, his brother. Stephen
Powle to a chamber to be newly built in the old Hall ; fine,

. 20 Nov. Thomas Chappell, late of New Inn, gent.,

generally; fine, 205. Mr. Thomas Leighe, senior, to Mr,

Farewell's chamber in Mr. Samwell's place, deceased ; fine, 405.
Mr. Thomas Chappell to Mr. Gosnoll's chamber in place of

Mr. Leighe who surrendered it; fine, 205. 21 Nov.

Bourne, late of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 205. Also to
Mr. Morrys' chamber, in expectancy. 2 2 Nov. Mr. Richard

Greene to Mr. Tyflfen's chamber ; fine, , because he left

his old chamber. Thomas Winterfloudde, late of ClifiFordes
Inn, gent, second son of John Winterfloudde of Asshington, Suf-
folk, gent., generally ; fine, 305. Also to Mr. Couper's chamber

on surrender by Mr. Grene; fine, . 23 Nov. John

Reves, jun., late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of
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Also to Mr. Manne's chamber on Mr. Reve's surrender.
24 Nov. Mr. Thomas No well, gent., generally; fine, 4/.
Also to Mr. Bowyer s chamber in expectancy of Mr. Chester.



At a Parliament holden 26 Nov., 17 Eliz.

Mr. Corbet is chosen Reader for next Lent, and in his
default, Mr. Stephens.

The feast of Christmas shall not be solemnly kept. Commons
shall be continued until next term. A cartload of coal and 40^.
for the minstrels shall bo allowed to those who remain.

Messrs. Stephens and Ingpen are chosen Stewards for
^Xhristmas.

Two hogsheads of wine or two special admissions shall be
allowed to Mr. Archer, Reader last Autunm.

Admissions: — 27 Nov. Thomas Turke, late of New Inn,
gent., son and heir-apparent of Thomas Turke of Rumforde,
Essex, gent., specially ; fine, 51, This is allowed to Mr. Archer,
late Reader. Bound with Mr. Archer, esq., Master of the
Bench, and James Walronde. James Walronde, late of
Clementes Inne, gent., son and heir of Roger Walrond of
Welles, Somerset, gent., deceased, specially ; fine, 51, Allowed
to Mr. Archer. Bound with Mr. Humfrey Walrond, one of the
six Clerks of the Chancery, and Thomas Turk. 28 Nov.

Thomas Meade, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of
Reginald Meade of Elmeden, Essex, gent. ; fine, 20^. Also
to a chamber to be newly built in the old Hall. William
Brooke, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Humfrey
Brooke of London, gent., specially, fine, 51. 29 Nov.

Henry Bluett, late of New Inn, gent, second son of Humfrey
Blewett of Chichester, esq., generally; fine, 205. Also to Mr.
Rodney's chamber in place of Mr. Hyde, deceased ; fine, 26s. 8d.
Mr. Hall to a chamber. 27 Jan. Antony Assheleigh, late

of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of Antony Assheleighe
of Dome, Wilts, esq., generally ; fine, 205. 29 Jan. Thomas

Blage, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of Nicolas
Blage of London, merchant, specially; fine, 5Z. Rowland

Powell, late of Thavies Inne, Middlesex, gent., second son
of Edward Powell of Cardigan, esq., generally; fine, 30a.
Peter Carewe, late of Lyons Inne, gent., second son of Thomas
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Stockett, gent., son and heir of Lewis Stockett of London,
esq., specially; fine, 5/. Richard Colthurst, late of New

Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Also to Mr. Colthurst s
chamber in expectancy of Mr. Dike; fine, 30s. Richard
Norton, late of Fumyfalles Inne, gent., son and heir of Edmund
Norton of Bawderbie in le Brome, Yorks, esq., generally ; fine,
30s. Thomas Wemme * . John, son

and heir of John Howe of London, esq., deceased, specially ;
fine, 51,

At a Parliament holden 9 Feb., 17 Eliz.

Mr. Archer was chosen assistant to Mr. Stephens, Reader,
for Lent.

Messrs. Inckpen, Dale, Bald\vyn, and Becke shall stand at
the Cupboard.

Messrs. Baldwyn and Isham are appointed to provide the
Reader's feast.

The following contributions for the new screen are ordered,
viz. each Master of the Bench, 20s. ; each Master of " le
Utter Barre," Officer, and common Attorney, 10s.; other
fellows, 6s. 8d.

The Laundress's wage shall be increased from 20s. to 26s. 8d.
a year.

Messrs. Hussey, Asshecombe, Gybbes, and Ewens were
called to the rank of "le Utter Barre."

Admissions: — George Eveleigh, late of Lyons Inne, gent.,
second son of John Eveleigh of Holcombe, Devon, esq.,
specially; fine, 4/. 10 Feb. Henry Huddye, late of New

Inn, gent., second son of Huddye of Pilse, Somerset,

esq., generally ; fine, 20s. 11 Feb. Henry Umpton, gent.,

second son of Edward Umpton of Wadleighe, Berks, knt.,
specially; fine, 5/. 22 Feb. Hugh Michell, late of Lyons

Inne, gent., son and heir of John Michell of Trelow, Cornwall,
gent., generally; fine, 30s. 26 Feb. James Digges, late
of Furnyvallis Inne, gent., second son of Leonard Digges of
Wotton, Kent., esq., generally; fine, 30s. 27 Feb. Walter

Rawley, late of Lyons Inne, gent., son of Walter Rawley
of Budleighe, Devon, esq., generally; fine, 20s. 28 Feb.

Robert, second son of Robert Bindles of Helsington, West-
moreland, esq., generally ; fine, 3 Os. 10 March. Mr. Malthus

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to a chamber. Mr. John Marshall to a chamber. 2 May.

John, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Smyth of London,
esq., specially ; fine, 4/. 5 May. Mr. Timothy Pymme to

Mr. Alexander Pymme's chamber in place of Mr. Colman,
deceased ; fine, .

At a Parliament holden 18 May, 17 Eliz.

Mr. Inckpen was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

Mr. Baldwyn is fined 40s. for failing to stand at the Cup-
board during Mr. Steven's reading.

Mr. Corbet is fined 13/. 65. 8d. for not reading last Lent.

The following vacationers are fined 205. each for not attend-
ing Mr. Steven's reading, viz. Messrs. Edward Churche, John
Curson, W. Chester, A. Luter, Thomas Elmes, Richard Johnson,
jun., John Sledd, Thomas Leighe, jun., Richard Fletewood,
Thomas Walton, Thomas Nowell, Henry Huddy.

No vacationer shall be admitted to commons until he has
paid his fine to the Treasurer.

AdmissioTis : — 16 May. John Brett, late of Clementes Inne,
gent., son and heir of Robert Brett of London, specially ; fine,
5/. Antony, son and heir of John Dryden of Copeshasty,
Northants, esq., generally; fine, 535. 4rf. 17 May. Edward

Paulmer, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Giles Paulmer
of Barton in the Heathe, Gloucestershire, esq,, generally ; fine,

2O5. 18 May. Thomas Cockes, late of , gent., son

and heir of Thomas Cockes of Beamondes, Herts, gent.,
generally; fine, 20«. 21 May. Vincent, fourth son of
Andrew Corbett of Morton Corbett, Shropshire, knt., generally ;
fine, 535. 4d. 27 May. William Sherwood, late of Furny-

valles Inne, gent., son and heir of Robert Sherwood of Brodich,
Norfolk, gent., generally ; fine, 305. 31 May. Mr. Geoffrey

Newman to Mr. Richard Carye's chamber in expectancy of

Mr. Upton ; fine, 46s. 8rf. 1 June. Mr. Slade of " le

Utter Barre" to Mr. Malthus' chamber in his place; fine,

3/. 65. Sd. 14 June. Mr. Woode to Mr. Yate's

chamber on Mr. Newman's surrender; fine, 335. 4d.

At a Parliament holden 16 June, 17 Eliz.

Mr. Stephens was chosen assistant to Mr. Ingpen, Reader,
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Messrs. Dale, Baldwyn, Becke, and Fenner shall stand at the
Cupboard during the next reading.

Messrs. Boyer and Ryvers are appointed to provide the
Reader's feast.

The increased pensions for the debts of the Inn and the
new Hall, as ordered by Parliament of 8 Feb., 13 Eliz., and
10 Feb., 16 Eliz., shall be continued for a year.

Mr. Bayliflfe, who was expelled for contumacy, is restored at
his humble petition and submission.

Messrs. Hoorde, Scawin, Snygge, and Brigges were called and
chosen to " le Utter Barre."

Admissiom: — 16 June. Mr. Temple to Mr. Dyer's chamber
on Mr. Stampers surrender; fine, 20s. 22 June. Mr.

Powell to Mr. Francklyn's chamber on Mr. Merston s sur-
render; fine, 265. 8d, Mr. Marston to Mr. C!ooke's chamber
on Mr. Davyes' surrender; fine, 135. 4d., because he left his
old chamber. 23 June. Mr. Asshecombe of "le Utter

Barre" to Mr. Savage's chamber in place of Mr. Shaftowe,
deceased; fine, 31. 6s. 8d., because he left his old chamber
to the use of the House. Mr. Ayshley to Mr. Delaber's
chamber in expectancy of Mr. Roberts. 24 June. Mr.

Moyle to Mr. Summaster's chamber in expectancy of Mr.
Vowell. 25 June. Valentine Pollard, gent., generally ;

fine, 53a. 4d. John Rogers, late of New Inn, gent., second
son of Richard Rogers of Brenston, Dorset, esq., generally ;
fine, 20.9. Arthur Arscott, esq., son and heir-apparent of

John Arscott of , specially ; fine, 5L 29 June. Messrs.



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