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Lyons Inne, gent., generally; fine, 305. Bound with Messrs.
George Wrightington and John Jule. Mr. Edward Trelaw-

ney, late of Lyons Inne, gent., son of Robert Trelawnye of St.
Germans, Cornwall, generally; fine, 205.

At a Parliament holden 25 Nov., 23 Eliz^ 1580.

The feast of Christmas shall not be solemnly celebrated.
Commons shall be continued till next term. A cartload of



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coals and 40^. for the minstrels shall be allowed to those
:who remam in residence.

Mr. Popham, Solicitor-Greneral of the Queen, was chosen
Treasurer. A voice is granted to him and to all Readers
hereafter elected Treasurer as fully as if they were not
Treasurers. At Mr. Popham's instance it was ordered that
Mr. Amerideth should collect arrears.

Henceforth all gentlemen of this Fellowship shall receive
the communion three times a year, and those hereafter
admitted shall enter into a bond so to do. Every Sunday
and holiday one of the Butlers shall take notes what gentle-
men shall be absent from Church, and make certificate thereof
to the Masters of the Bench, and in their absence to the
ancient Utter Barristers, by whose discretion those who refuse
to come to church shall be amerced. EivglisJi.

Christmas Vacation : — All gentlemen admitted since
1 August last, or hereafter to be admitted, shall abide in
commons the two feasts of our Lord God next ensuing, or for
every default to forfeit 205. as for othei^ vacations. JEnglish.

The upper story of the new buildings erected by Messrs.
Tanfilde and Barnard shall be taken down, and no other
chambers or lodgings built except they be employed for the
use and profit of this House. English.

The chamber under Mr. Gent's chamber, in which Messrs.
Blunt and Evelye lie, shall be joined to Mr. Gent's chamber,
and henceforth taken as part of that lodging. English.

Twenty poimds shall be collected yearly from the gentle-
men and paid to a preacher in this Church, chosen by three
of the High Commissioners and the Master of the Temple ; the
sum to be paid to him quarterly. This manner of election shall
be used only during the life of the said Mr. Alvay. English,

Every gentleman shall pay his commons fourteen days after
they are due ; the recusants shall be proclaimed by the Steward
at the Cupboard, and shall forfeit their chambers or suffer other
punishment ordained in previous Parliaments. No one shall
be permitted to depart out of commons imtil he has satisfied
both the Steward and the House of all siuns due. English,

Admissions : — Messrs. Sheldon and Blunden to Mr. George
Nichols' chamber near the Church on his surrender, with the
intention that they and his son when admitted to the Fellow-
ship, shall be admitted thereto. Sheldon and Blunden pay



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the House 13Z. 6s, 8d. Nichols' son shall have the second
study and the second chamber without fine. Mr. Thoroogood
shall have a place in the same study and chamber imtil
Nichols' son is admitted. Of the above fine, 3/. 6^. 8d, shall
be spent in building " the Panyer Man's house." The place
now used as *' the Panier Man s house " shall adjoin the cham-
ber called "the Parliament Chamber," to improve it. Mr.
Nicholls was admitted to the said chamber called "le Par-
liamente Chamber" and the said place called **le Panier
Man's rome " without fine, but shall give place to the Masters
of the Bench to treat of the afiltirs of the House there. If
Nichols* son does not enjoy the premises according to Nichols'
intention, it shall be lawful for him to re-enter the said cham-
ber near the Church.

The followlngr acts were done during: the Treasurership of
John Popham, Solicitor-General, 23 Eliz., 1580.

28 Nov., 23 Eliz. George Greynvile was appointed Under
Treasurer by the Treasurer.

Admissions: — 14 Dec. Mr. Edward Bertie at Mr. Ashley's
instance to the bedchamber of Messrs. Delabere and Ashley
in expectancy of the latter, and to the best study nearest the
door of the said chamber belonging to Mr. Ashleye when Mr.
Bertie was admitted. Mr. Thomas Fortescute to the chamber
of Messrs. Stampe and Rivers on forfeiture by Mr. Stampe for
not paying commons and other debts. Mr. Humfrey Sidden-
ham to the chamber of Messrs. Walters and Frestone on forfeiture
by Mr. Frestone for not paying commons and other debts.

15 Dec. Mr. Homffrey, second son of Humflfrey of

, Northants, generally; fine, 3/. 6s. Sd. 17 Dec. Mr.

Henry Courteney to the chamber of Messrs. Phillpott and Reade
on forfeiture by Mr. Phillpott for not paying commons and other
debts; fine, 6/. 13s. 4d. 3 Jan. Mr. Henry Evet to the

chamber of Messrs. Courteney and Reade on forfeiture by the
latter for not paying commons and other debts ; fine, 6/. 13s. 4rf.
27 Jan. Mr. Trevannyon to the chamber of Messrs. Dike and
Chabnor on forfeiture by Mr. Dike for not paying commons
and other debts ; fine, 3/. 6s. 8d. 2 Feb. Mr. Henry, son
and heir-apparent of Thomas Paramoure of Sarre in the Isle
of Thanet, Kent, generally; fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with Messrs.
John Spencer and Edward Ayleworthe. Mr. Edward, son



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and heir - apparent of Edward Mountagew of Broughton,
Northants, knt., specially ; fine, 51. Bound with Mr. Thomas
Paget. Also to the chamber of Messrs. Slade and Marshall in
place of Mr. Slade, deceased ; fine, 3/. 65. Sd,



At a Parliament holden 10 Feb., 23 Eliz., 1580.

Mr. Snagge was chosen Reader for the first part of next
Lent, and Mr. Blancher for the latter part.

Mr. Boyes was chosen their Assistant.

Messrs. Napper, Harryes, Marven, Tonge, Boughton, W.
Combs, Evett, and Antony Gibbs are appointed to provide the
Reader's feast.

Messrs. Frankline, Smythes, Marven, Morgan, and Grafton
are called to the degree of "la Utter Barre."

Messrs. Gascoigne, Bray, Lewknor, and Cracherwoode are to
stand at the Cupboard during the next reading.

Admissions: — 11 Feb. Mr. John, second son of John Luke
of Woodende, Beds, specially; fine, 5/., allowed in part
payment of a loan to the Inn. Bound with Messrs. James
Dier and Francis Barnarde. Mr. Fulk Greville, esq., specially ;
no fine, because it seemed good to the Treasurer. 13 Feb.
Mr. Richard, son and heir-apparent of Francis Wortley of
Wortley, Yorks, esq., generally; fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with
Messrs. John Savell and John Wortley, his brother. Mr. John,
second son of Francis Wortley of Wortley, Yorks, esq.,
generally; fine, 53s. Ad. Bound with Messrs. John Savell and
Richard, his brother. 25 Feb. Mr. George Evelye to Mr.

Skinner s chamber in place of Mr. Newman, deceased ; fine,
3/. 6s. M. J4 April, 1581. Mr. Robert Edolphe, late of

New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of Robert Edolphe of
Henxhill, Kent, esq., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs.
Henry Hall and Solomon Podage. 16 April, 1581. Mr.

Antony Denton, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of
William Denton of Stedeham, Suflfolk, generally ; fine, 46s. M.
Bound with Messrs. Robert Napper and Richard Swaine.
1 7 April. Mr. Thomas Gaywoode, late of Furnifall Inn, gent.,
son and heir-apparent of John Gajrwoode of Munden, Essex,
gent., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Tifien and
Winterfludde. 29 April. Mr. William Saunders, late of

Cliflfordes Inne, gent., son and heir-apparent of Clement



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Saunders of Blabie, Leicestershire, generally ; fine, 405.
Bound with Messrs. Austin Nichols and William Saunders.



At a Parliament holden 5 Hay, 23 Eliz., 1581.

Mr. Lewknor was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

Chambers are to be forfeited unless the holder is in
commons eight weeks a year.

The term motes shall be kept on Tuesday and Thursday
in every motable week ; and if such day chance to be a
holiday, then on the next day. Eru/lish,

As the last Lent reading was performed by the industry
of Messrs. Snagge and Blancher, the Masters of the Bench
have ordained that the same shall be to them both sufficient
for their first lectures ; and the Stewards of both their feasts,
Messrs. Napper, Harryes, Marven, Tonge, Boughton, Combs,
sen., Evett, and Gibbes shall be excused from the like charge
hereafter. Enfjfish,

The upper story of Messrs. Tanfild and Barnarde's build-
ing shall be taken down and then they to proceed with the
rest, so that the Earl of Leicester s prospect be not diminished.
English.

The petition of Mr. Thomas Morgan and Mr. WiUiam
Fowler that in consideration of money to be spent in repairing
their chamber, Messrs. Francis Morgan and Richard Fowler
may be admitted expectant upon them, is granted on
condition that the petitioners and the other two pay all-
arrears of duties, and that Francis Morgan and Richard Fowler
pay five marks each. English,

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
from the readings of Messrs. Snagge and Blancher last Lent, viz.
Utter Barrister: Mr.Farrington. Inner Barristers: Messrs. Perrell,
Morgan, Polden, Hedworth, Ridge, Lacey, Cotten, Bray, Pote,
H. Faringdon, G. Fletwode, Marten, Vaughan, Tomlyns,
Harley, Hull, Sellicke, More (ill), Couke, Saltanstall, Haughton,
Scudamor, Sawyer, and Paramore.

Mr. Grafton shall pay 40s. fine for having procured noble-
men's letters on behalf of his preferment or calling to the Bar,
contrary to an order of Trinity Term, 22 Eliz. English.

Admissions: — 11 May. Mr. Emanuel Chamounde, late of
Lyons Inne, gent., fourth son of Richard Chamounde of



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Launcelles, Cornwall, generally; tine, 40s. Bound with
Messrs. John Jule and Edward Trelawnye. 12 May. Mr.

Thomas Awdley, late of Clementes Inne, second son of
Thomas Awdeley of Berechurche, Essex, specially; fine, 5/.
Bound with Messrs. Thomas Thomson and Edward Eyre.
13 May. Mr. Antony Palmer, late of New Inn, gent., son and
heir of Richard Palmer of Stoke, Northants, generally ; fine,
40s. Boimd with Messrs. Thomas Pagett and Francis
Morgan. 26 May. Mr. Henry Maynard of St. Albon s, Herts,
esq., specially; no fine, by the Treasurers wish. 27 May.

Mr. William Swainton, late of New Inn, gent., fifth son of
Nicolas Swainton of Wincaimton, Somerset, generally; fine,
40s. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas Roswell and Thomas
Waters. 6 June. Mr. William Saunders, jun., to the

chamber of Messrs. Alesoppe and Kensam, in expectancy.
Mr. Richard Dudley, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of
Edmund Dudley of Doughton, Westmoreland, esq., generally ;
fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Robert Brigges and Robert
Dudley. 9 June. Mr. John Morriffe, son and heir of

Ralf MorriflFe of Stowmarket, Suffolk, gent., generally; fine,
53s. 4d Bound with Messrs. John and Robert Ashfilde.
Mr. Robert, son and heir-apparent of Robert Howse of London,
merchant, generally; fine, 40s. Bound with his father and
Mr. Richard Godwynna Mr. Henry, son and heir-apparent
of Christopher Percey of Manston, Dorset, esq., specially;
fine, 46s. 8d, Bound with Messrs. William Weston and
Walter Newboroughe.

At a Parliament holden 9 June, 23 Eliz.

Mr. Snagge shall be Assistant to Mr. Lewknor, Reader next
Autumn.

Messrs. Chracherwood, Alley, Hannam, and Pagett are
appointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Cradocke, Skene, Morley, and Heddworthe, jun., are
appointed to provide the Reader's feast.

Mr. Cratcherwode shall be Reader for next Lent, and Mr.
Blancher his Assistant.

To Richard Baker, clerk of the Church of the Middle and
Inner Temple, is granted for life without rent the house newly
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of his finding a lamp every night from Michaelmas till Lady
Day.

Admissions: — 18 June. Mr. William Hawley, late of
Clemen tes Inne, gent., second son of Jerome Hawley of
Bustone, Middlesex, generally; fine, 46s. 8^. Bound with
Messrs. John Rogers and Thomas Walton. 19 June. Mr.

Richard Chaple, late of New Inn, gent., second son of William
Chaple of Exeter, generally; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs.
Thomas Chaple and Thomas Chaple, his brother. 20 June.

Mr. Thomas Crumpton, late of Bamardes Inne, gent., of
Barkswich, Stafibrdshire, generally; fine, 46s. 8d. Bound
with Messrs. Edward Combes and Thomas Shaw. 21 June.

Mr. William Meade, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-
apparent of John Mead of Corke, Ireland, generally ; fine, 40s.
Bound with Messrs. FitzSymons and Plunkett. 28 July.

Mr. William Huddey, late of New Inn, gent., sixth son of
William Huddey of Pilsdon, Dorset, generally; fine, 20«.

Bound with Messrs. Brian Braughton and . 1 Aug.

Mr. William Wake, late of New Inn, gent., fifth son of John
Wake of Sawcye Forest Northants, generally; fine. 30s.

Bound with Messrs. Francis Bamarde and . Mr.

Richard Smythe, late of Clemen tes Inne, gent., fourth son of
Thomas Smyth of Camden, Gloucestershire, generally; fine,
40s. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Thomson and Richard
Higges. 21 Oct., 1581. Mr. Greorge Carre, late of

Clifibrdes Inne, gent., son and heir-apparent of Vincent Carre
of Albie, Norfolk, generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs.
George Litton and Cliffe. 31 Oct. Mr. Richard Goldstone

of London, gent., specially; fine, 5Z. Bound with Messrs.
WilUam Seibright of the Inner Temple and Hugh Wolestone.
2 Nov. Mr. George, son and heir-apparent of George Nichols
of the Middle Temple, esq., specially; no fine, because his
father is one of the Masters of the Bench. Bound with his
father and Robert Cage. Mr. Robert, son and heir of

Robert Cage, late of London, salter, generally; fine, 30s.
Bound with Messrs. George Nichols, father and son.

At a Parliament holden 8 Nov., 23 Eliz.

Mr. Gascoigne is fined for not reading last Autumn, 5/. ;
Mr. Bray, hi. ; and Mr. BayliflFe, Zl 6s. M.
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Mr. Thomas Hann'am is chosen Reader for next Autumn.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
from Mr. Lewknor's reading last Autumn: — Utter Barristers:
Messrs. Stone, Bayliffe, Francklyne, Farrington, and Smythes.
Inner Barristers : Messrs. Lacey, Bray, Pote, Ussher, Lovell,
Fletewood, Horton, FytesJaraes, Younge, Marten, Harley,
Hull, More, Walter, Burde, Byrrington, Tayler, Ridge, and
Denton.

Messrs. Plowden and Agmondisham shall meet with two
of the Masters of the Inner House to confer concerning the
title of Mr. Alvaye, Master of the Temple, to a house near
the Temple Church, in which Mr. Kellaway, deceased, dwelt.
English,

Divers gentlemen indebted to Mr. Francis Wetherhed, late
Steward, have no bonds remaining with the Treasurer, and
Mr. Wethered is to commence his suit against them by pen-
sion writ at his own cost. English,

Admissions: — 10 Nov., 1581. Mr. John Thorpe, late of
New Inn, gent., third son of John Thorpe of Brenthill Suffolk,
generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Richard Johnson
and Nicolas Overbury. Mr. Richard Lewknor, one of the

Masters of the Bench, to Mr. Phillips' chamber in place of Mr.
Blancher, deceased ; no fine, because he surrendered his own
chamber. 11 Nov. Mr. Hedworth, sen., to Mr. Mordant's

chamber in place of Mr. Morgan, deceased; fine, only 20s.,
because he surrendered his own chamber. Mr. Housse to

the chamber of Messrs. Lewknor, Richardes, and Walkad3me
on surrender by Mr. Lewknor; fine, 5L 12 Nov. Mr.

Smythes to the chamber of Messrs. Hedworth and Rutland
on surrender by the former; fine, 3/. 6s, Sd, 13 Nov.

Mr. John Barrens, second son of Richard Barrens, Bishop of
Durham, generally; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. John
Savell and Robert Brigges. 21 Nov. Mr. Robert Baynard

of Laycham, Wilts, gent., specially; fine, 4/. Bound with
Messrs. Richard Swayne and John Ryves. 23 Nov. Mr.
Mountagew to the chamber of Messrs. Bartey and Delabere
in expectancy of the latter ; fine, 40s., because he surrendered
his chamber. 23 Nov. Mr. Dentonius, second son of

George Fetiplace, one of the Masters of the Bench, esq.,
generally; no fine. Boimd with Messrs. William Denton
and Edward Phillips. Mr. Robert Cassey to the chamber



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of Messrs. Thomas Nowell and Paul Fox in expectancy of the
one who first leaves ; tine, 40«.

At a Parliament holden 28 Nov., 24 Eliz.

Christmas day shall not be solemnly kept.

Commons shall be continued until next term; a cartload
of coals and 405. for the minstrels shall be allowed to those
in residence.

Messrs. Bowyer and Mr. Cratcherwood will examine and
report on certain complaints against the Steward. Unglish.

The Stewards of the Readers feast shall deliver lOs. to the
Master Cook, for which he is to take charge of the pewter
vessel, and pay for anything spoiled or lost. English.

Mr. Amerydeth complains of being annoyed by the new
buildings erected by Messrs. Stampe and Ryvers. Mr. Dale
is appointed to *' overview " them and command any needful
reformation. English.

Notwithstanding the complaint against the Steward, he shall
sum, rate, and cast the commons of these two past weeks.
Erujlish.

Grant to Messrs. Robert Tanfilde and Francis Barnard on
the usual terms, of six separate chambers with other necessary
buildings built by them on the site of Mr. Fenner's chamber.

As the chamber of Messrs. Haughton and Browke is not
convenient, as nmch of the old buttery or cellar shall be
granted to them as the Treasurer thinks fit, for as long as they
use the said chamber. The work is to be done at their cost.

Admissions : — 29 Nov. Mr. Edward Palmer to the chamber
of Messrs. Cable and Almayne on Cable's forfeiture for discon-
tinuance; fine, 30s. 30 Nov. Mr. Huyde, jun., to the
chamber of Messrs. Blunden, Sheldon, and George NichoUes,
jun., on Mr. Sheldon's forfeiture for discontinuance ; no fine.
Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Nicolas Watson of

, Worcestershire, gent., specially ; fine, 41. Bound with

Messrs. Edmund Downinge and Richard Swayne. 11 Dec.

Mr. Thomas Sarfild, late of New Inn, gent., generally ; fine,
20s. Bound with Messrs. Garland and CoUe. 27 Jan.,

1581. Mr. Samuel Barrow, late of Thavies Inne, gent., son
and heir- apparent of Philip Barrowe of Issilham, Cambridge-
shire, esq., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Edward
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the chamber of Messrs. Marshall and Mountacuyt on sur-
render by the latter ; fine, 30s. 2 Feb. Mr. William, only
son of James Hodges of Somerton, Somerset, gent., generally ;
fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Edward Hext and Thomas
Symcockes. 3 Feb. Mr. Marven to the chamber of
Messrs. Pawlet and Temple on Mr. Pawlet's forfeiture; no
fine, provided that he only enjoys it during the Treasurer's
pleasure, or until some one puUs it down to build others.
Mr. Francis EngleflSld of Engkffild, Berks, esq., specially ; fine,
5/. Bound with Messrs. John HedAvorth ,"itBd Francis More.
4 Feb. Mr. John Vowell, late of New Inn, gent., fourth son
of Richard Vowell of Vowellscomb, Devon, esq., generally;
fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. William Crocker and Christopher
Hovenden. Mr. William Crocker, late of New Inn, gent.,
third son of John Crocker of Lyneham, Devon, esq., generally ;
fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. John Vowell and Christopher
Hovenden. Mr. Christopher Hovenden, late of New Inn,
gent., second son of William Hovenden of Cambridge, gene-
rally ; fine, 30s. Bound Avith Messrs. John Vowell and William
Crocker. Mr. Nicolas, third son of John Browne of Framp-
ton, Dorset, specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Robert
Napper and Richard Swayne. 5 Feb. Mr. Nicolas Browne
to the chamber of Messrs. Napper, Wryghtington, and Browne,
his brother, who forfeited by discontinuance; fine, 33.s-. 4:d.
Mr. Antony Phetiplace, late of Lyons Inne, gent., third son of
Alexander Phetiplace of Childry, Berks, esq., generally ; fine,
20s. Bound with Emanuel Chamond and Edward Trelawny.

At a Parliament holden 9 Feb., 24 Eliz.

Mr. Lewknor was chosen Assistant to Mr. Cracherwode, next
Reader.

Messrs. Hannam, Paget, Ashe, and Stone are bound to stand
at the Cupboard at the next reading.

Messrs. Johnson, Dowrich, Ashfilde, and Wiseman, sen., are
appointed to provide the Reader's feast.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
and being out of commons at Christmas last, viz. Messrs.
Burde, jun., Birrington, Bapthorpe. Salkelde, Fytch, R. Bowyer,
Cassey, Tayler, Bellengham, jun., Heddington, Lytton, Wortley,
sen., Wortley, jun., Edolphe, Denton, Saunders, Swainton, and
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Every gentleman must enter into a bond with two sureties
of age, according to an Act made in May, anno xxij ; and the
recusants shall be put out of commons or otherwise punished
as shall seem good to Mr. Popham, Her Majesty's Attorney-
General. ETiglish,

No diceing shall be allowed at Christmas on pain of being
put out of commons. Snglish.

The exercise of motes shall be duly observed as well within
the House as abroad in every time of vacation, on pain of
*' disgradinge " to the Masters of the Utter Bar, and some fine
or punishment to others. English.

The Steward shall proclaim at the Cupboard within the
Hall at dinner time all gentlemen who refuse to pay their
commons at three weeks' end, according to the order made in
Feb. 22 EHz. Ewjlish.

In consequence of complaints of the Steward s negligence
in providing meat, drink, &c., meet for the commoners, it is
enacted that four gentlemen of the House, two of them
Utter Barristers under five years* standing, and the others
Ancient Inner Barristers elected by the Masters of the Bench,
shall for six weeks survey and provide all provisions by the
travail and service of the Steward, Butlers, Cooks, and other
oflScers. Half of these gentlemen's commons shall be borne
at the equal charge of every gentleman in commons. At the
end of these six weeks three of the said gentlemen shall be
discharged, and one other appointed to join with the fourth
for two weeks, durmg which the whole charge of their com-
mons shall be borne as before. At the end of that fortnight
the longest continuer shall be dismissed and another chosen.
A similar change shall be made every fortnight. English.

Mr. Alvey, Master of the Church and parish of the Temple,
requested the Parliament that, in accordance with letters from
the Privy Council, they would appoint overseers and collectors
for this House and Fellowship, to take the view of all resident
and in commons who do not resort to church, or, being there, do
not demean themselves according to the laws ; as also for doing
other services to the church. As the cause concerns also the
Inner Temple, they have desired Her Majesty's Attorney-
General and Mr. Morryce to confer with the Inner Temple
and report. English.

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of Oswald Carre of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, generally; tine, 53s. 4rf.
Bound with Messrs. Robert Tayleboys and Henry Anderson.
Mr. Francis Harvey, late of Bamardes Inne, gent., second son
of Stephen Harvey of Cottenend, Northants, generally; fine,
3 Os. Bound with Messrs. Francis Morgan and John Rogers. Mr.
George, son and heir-apparent of Edward Yeard of Churchstone,
Devon, esq., generally; fine, 50s. Bound with Messrs. William

Coplestone and . Mr. John Vowell to the chamber of

Messrs. Thomas and Josias Reynells on forfeiture by the former
for discontinuance ; fine, 40s. Mr. Peter Watson, second son
of Gilbert Watson of Knightstanford, Yorks, generally; fine,
53s. 4'/. Bound with Messrs. John Bams and Robert Tayle-
boys. 16 Feb. Mr. Robert Hackshaw, late of New Inn,
gent., second son of William Hackshaw of CorflFe, Somerset,
gent., generally ; fine, 30s. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas Kempe
and Humfrey Hackshaw. 21 Feb. Mr. James to the
chamber of Messrs. Reynels and Vowell on forfeiture by
Reynels for discontinuance and not paying commons; fine,
40s. Mr. James Waldron to Mr. Fildings chamber; fine, 10s.
24 Feb. Mr. Leonard Robartsone to the chamber of Messrs.
Christopher Georges and John Bartram on the forfeiture of
the latter for not paying commons and discontinuance ; fine,
3/. 6s. Sd. Mr. George Gryme, late of Fumivals Inn, gent., son
and heir-apparent of Thomas Gryme of Antyngham, Norfolk,
esq., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas Massey
and John Jarmy. Mr. Nicolas Massey, late of Barnardes



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