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Inne, gent., son and heir of Richard Massey of Eley, Cambridge-
shire, esq., generally; fine, 40s. Boimd with Messrs. George
Gryme and George Carre. 26 Feb. Mr. Richard Jessoppe,
late of Thavies Inne, gent., second son of Richard Jessoppe of
Bromehille, Yorks, esq., generally ; tine, 40s. Bound with
Messrs. Thomas Spucockes and William Jessoppe, his brother.
Mr. William NichoUs, late of New Inn, gent., fourth son of
Thomas NichoUs of Pichiley, Northants, generally; tine, 20s.
Bound with Messrs. Austin NichoUs, his brother, and William
Saunders. 28 Feb. Mr. John Trefusys, late of New Inn,
gent., son and heir-apparent of Richard Trefusys of Trefusys,
Cornwall, generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Henry
Semester and Robert Moyle. 15 March. Mr. Philip Ama-
das, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of John
Amadas of Plymouth, Devon, esq., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound



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with Messrs. Thomas Harryet and . 1 May, 1582.

Mr. John Lenche, late of New Inn, gent., second son of Dominic
Lenche of Galway , Ireland, gent., generally ; fine, 3 Os. Bound with
Messrs. Richard Higges and Thomas Thomson. Mr. William

Maxten, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of Nicolas
Marten of Exeter, gent., generally ; fine, 3 Os. Bound with Messrs.
Richard Champemon and Henry Somester. Mr. George
Prestwoode, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Thomas
Prestwoode of Exeter, deceased, generally; fine, 305. Bound
with Messrs. Richard Champemon and Henry Somester.
2 May. Mr. Henry, son and heir of Richard Hayes of Ben-
steed, Southants, gent., specially ; fine, ol. Bound with Messrs.
George Uppeton and Thomas Ashe. Mr. Walter Frenche,
late of New Inn, gent., second son of Robert Frenche of Galway,
Ireland, generally; fine, 30s. Bound with Messrs. William
Coppenger and Arthur Sk3amer. 4 May, 1582. Mr. Antony
Phetiplace to the chamber of Messrs. Stampe and Ryvers on
forfeiture by Mr. Ryvers for impaid commons ; fine, 3/. 6s. Sd,
6 May. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of Robert Woode of
Lamley, Notts, esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 40s. Bound
with Messrs. Thomas Paget and Edward Mountagew. Mr.

John Coleforde, late of Cliffords Inn, gent., son and heir-
apparent of Richard CoUford of Navestocke, Essex, generally ;
fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Shawe and Thomas
Crumpton. 7 May. Mr. Samuel, son and heir-apparent of

Richard Boys of Hawkhurst. Kent, esq., generally; fine, 40s.
Bound with Mr. John Boys, one of the Masters of the Bench.
Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of John Conyers of London,
esq., specially ; fine, ol. Bound with Messrs. Alexander Pymme
and George Wryghtintone. 8 May. Mr. Robert, son and

heir of Richard Wake of Hartwell, Northants, esq., deceased,
generally; fine, 53s. 4d. Bound with Messrs. William Wake
and Francis Harvey. 9 May. Mr. Dentonius Fetyplace to

the chamber of Messrs. Cowper and on Mr. Cowper's

forfeiture for not paying commons ; fine, 20s. 13 May. Mr.

Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Ralf Jennys of Churchill,
Somerset, esq., specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Mr. William
Brunckar, esq. 19 May. Mr. Bartholomew Younge, late of

New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of George Younge of
London, merchant, generally; fine, 30s. Bound with Messrs.
Richard Dudley and Peter Wattson. 20 May. Mr. Robert



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Huyde to the chamber of Messrs. Dirdo, Sandes, and Weston in
place of Mr. Dirdo, on condition that if he return, this admission
shall be void; tine, 46s. 8rf. 20 May. Mr. Clement, third

son of Clement Throckmerton, deceased, of Hasley, Warwick-
shire, generally; fine, 205. Bound with Mr. Edward Turner.
21 May. Mr. Richard, son and heir of Richard Baynes of
Shrewsbury, gent., specially ; tine, oL Bound with his father
and John Jermy. 23 May. Mr. Thorowgood to Mr. Bull's
interest in the upper chamber built by Messrs. Hammon,
Franklyn, Brett, and Brett on the walls of the old Hall by
consent of Parliament, 25 Nov., 1577; no fine. (Marginal
note: Mr. Thorowgood annulled this admission that Mr.
Hussey might build chambers on the site.) Mr. Carre to
the chamber of Messrs. Blake and Thorowgoode on surrender
by the latter ; fine, 4Z.

At a Parliament holden 25 May, 24 Eliz.

Mr. Thomas Hannam Avas chosen Reader for next Autumn
by assent of Mr. Cracherwoode, who by his continuance
should have read first, but his continuance and antiquity
shall be saved.

All gentlemen absent last Lent shall not be fined, but shall
keep another vacation instead ; and this was allowed for a
vacation, although Mr. Cracherwoode did not read.

Names of those absent : — Utter Barristers : Messrs. Grafton,
Marven, Stephens, Stone, sen., Farrington. Inner Barristers :
Messrs. Pascall, Wickliffe, Leighton, Stephen Marte, Harley,
Fytzjames, D. Weltden, Telleck, Fox, Colman, Willmot, Kempe,
Wellsh, Trew, Tayler, Lytton, Wortley, Wortley, Denton, Cage,
Barrow, Ralf Carre.

Grentlemen failing to pay commons at the end of fourteen
days shall be proclaimed openly in the Hall at dinner time, and
again if another like fault is made. If the offenders do not pay,
the Treasurer shall pay the Steward and commence suits
against the offenders on their bonds, and put them out of
commons. English,

Utter Barristers and other gentlemen shall be bound with
two sureties to six of the Ancient Masters of the Bench
for the payment of commons and observance of orders.
English.

Admissions: — 26 May, 1582. Mr. Valentine Everard, late



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of New Inn, gent., second son of Valentine Everarde of Saire,
in the Isle of Tennett, generally; fine, 405. Bound with
Messrs. Henry Paramore and Thomas Boys. 30 May.

Mr. Thomas Conyars to the chamber of Messrs. Alexander
P3rmme and Edward Hungerforde in expectancy of the
discontinuance of either ; fine, 40^. Mr. John, son and

heir of Richard Hussey of Hawkersland, Herefordshire,
specially ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Henry Bleuet and
Robert Gamans. 13 Jime. Mr William, son and heir-

apparent of George Dale of London, merchant, generally;
fine, 4:0s. Bound with his father and Ralf Crewe of London,
merchant. 19 June. Mr. Crocker to the chamber of

Messrs. Cursyne and Manley on Mr. Cursyne's forfeiture for
not being in commons for two months in the year ; fine, 5L
Mr. Paramore to the chamber of Messrs. Spencer and Ayle-
worth in place of Mr. Spencer, deceased ; fine, 5Z., allowed for
certain expenses the previous Christmas.

At a Parliament holden 2 July, 24 Eliz.

Mr. Lewknor was chosen Assistant to Mr. Hannam, Reader
next Autumn.

Messrs. Cratchewode, Paget, Ayshe, and Stone shall stand at
the Cupboard next reading.

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

Messrs. Page, Walkadyne, Hammon, Tonge, Gibbs, Evett,
and GosnoU are called to the Utter Barre ; and Messrs. Fil-
dinge, Swayne, and Dastone are commended to Mr. Hannam, the
Reader, for being called, as well as one more at his own choice,
probably Mr. Ham, Mr. Waldron, Mr. Buttes, or Mr. Overberye.

Overseers shall be appointed in the Temple Church to note
the absence of those who do not usually come thither and
receive the communion as by the laws and statutes of the realm
they ought to do, and to see decent and good order kept dur-
ing service. Mr. Alvey may name two gentlemen of every
House, such as he can persuade to take that oflSce, and such
as the Bench shall allow. They shall signify the names of
oflFenders to Mr. Alvey. If his private admonition does
not produce reform, their names shall be disclosed to the
Benchers of the House to which the offender belongs, and
they shall take what order seems to them meet. English,



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A standing box well bound with iron shall be set in the
Church at the charge of both Houses for contributions for
the poor. The Treasurers of both Houses shall have keys, and
the money shall be employed for the relief of prisoners or
other charitable uses. Emjlish,

Out of term the ordinary service in the Church shall not
begin before seven in the morning, and in term time not till
half-past six. English,

The communion shall be administered four times a year, in
such order as the laws and Her Majesty's injunctions prescribe.
Eriglish,

A Butler of every House shall be appointed to keep the
choir door that no woman come into the choir ; and they are
to endeavour to keep out of the choir strangers, except noble-
men and knights. English,

Admissions: — 2 July, 1582. Mr. Edward Cason, late of
New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of Edward Cason of
Hertford, generally; fine, 305. Boimd with Edward Osbrone
of London, haberdasher, and John Ruswell of the same, tailor.
9 July. Mr. Oliver Kelley, late of New Inn, gent., son and
heir-apparent of Oliver Kelley of Kelly, Devon, esq., generally ;
fine, 30s. Bound with Messrs. Henry Semester and Robert
Moyle. 30 July. Mr. Thomas Suthcott, late of New Inn,

gent., son and heir-apparent of Suthcott of , Devon,

esq., generally; fine, 20s. Boimd with Messrs. Henry
Semester and William Crocker. 1 Aug. Mr. Ed. Brome,

late of New Inn, gent., second son of Christopher Brome

of , Oxfordshire, knt., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with

Messrs. Henry Semester and John TrefFuses. 3 Aug. Mr.

John Barker, late of New Inn, gent., second son of William
Barker of Sunninge, Berks, esq., generally ; fine, 20s. Bound
with Messrs. Henry Somaster and Robert Moyle. Mr.
Robert Aclom, late of New Inn, gent., third son of William
Aclom of Morbye, Yorks, deceased, generally; fine, . . .
Bound with Messrs. William Curteis and Richard Cowper.*
7 Aug. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of Nicolas Knight of
Chawton, Hants, gent., specially; no fine, being admitted
gratis by Mr. Hannam during his reading. Bound with
Messrs. Henry Hayes and John Colforde. 15 Sept. Mr.

* This entry is partly destroyed by the bottom of the page having been cut.
In the margin is written : " Mr. Bowren had almost forgotten this.^ . . .



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Robert Perye, gent., son and heir of John Perye of



Somerset, gent. Mr. Henry, second son of Michell of

, Somerset. 3 Nov. Mr. Stephen, son and heir-
apparent of Stephen Vaughan of St. Mary Spittell, near
Bishopsgate, London, esq., generally; fine, 465. 8rf. Bound
with Messrs. Antony Gibbs and his father. Also to the
chamber of Messrs. Chambemon and Gibbes in place of the
latter. Mr. Henry, second son of Stephen Vaughane of St.
Marye Spittell, near Bishopsgate, London, esq., generally ; fine,
465. 8d, Boimd with Messrs. Antony Gibbs and his father.
Also to the chamber of Messrs. Champemoune and Gibbs in
place of the former. 13 Nov., 1582. Mr. David Williams
to the chamber of Messrs. Ellis and Richard Hartoppe, both
deceased ; no fine, because he surrendered his own chamber.
Messrs. Edward Combs and Haughtone to the chamber of
Messrs. Williams, Reade, and WilUam Combs in place of Mr.
Williams; no fine, because they surrendered their own
chambers. 12 Jan., 1582. Richard, son and heir-apparent
of Philip Cole of Slade, Devon, esq., generally; fine, 405.
Bound with Messrs. Antony Gibbes and Richard Champer-
noune. 21 Jan. Mr. Gregory, eldest son of Henry
Ishame, citizen and mercer of London, generally; fine, 535. 4rf.
Boimd with Messrs. Thomas Pagett and Edward Bartey.
24 Jan. Mr. Giles, third son of George Fetiplace of Cow-
lenealtions, Gloucestershire, esq., generally; fine, 405. Bound
with Messrs. WiUiam Denton and Alexander Ruddale. Also
admitted to the chamber of Messrs. Doggett end Dentonius
Fetyplace on the decease of the latter; fine, 10/. Mr. John,
son and heir of William Grove of Shasburye, Dorset, esq.,
generally; fine, 535. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. John Webbe
and William Swayntone. 26 Jan. Mr. Richard, third son
of John Ishame of Lamport, Northants, generally; fine, 205.
Bound with Messrs. Thomas Paget and Antony Palmer. Mr.
George Calbrone, late of Clementes Inne, gent., generally ; fine,
405. Bound with Messrs. Henry Hall and William Combes.
27 Jan. Mr. Splaudianus Fludde of Enfilde, Herts, gent.,
specially ; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Richard Rowe and
William Smythe. 28 Jan. Mr. John Pallmer, late of New
Lin, gent., son and heir-apparent of Richard Pallmer of Burton
Super Montem, Gloucestershire, generally ;* fine, 205. Bound
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admitted to the chamber of Messrs. AUmayne and Edward
Pallmer on surrender by the latter; fine, 30s. 29 Jan.

Mr. Robert Bowyer to the chamber of Mr. Thomas Bowyer,
one of the Masters of the Bench, at his petition; fine, 40s.
30 Jan. Mr. WilUam Baylifie to the chamber of the three
lower places nearest to Mr. Crumpton's oflSce lately built by
Mr. Popham, esq., Attorney-General ; fine, 201. Mr. Savell to
the chamber of Messrs. Ellis and Richard Hartoppe, deceased ;
no fine, because he surrendered his own chamber. Mr.
Hugh Ellforde, late of New Inn, gent., third son of John
Elford of Shitster, Devon, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Bound
with Messrs. William Crocker and Thomas Southcott. Mr.

Henry, second son of Allan Bellingham of Hellsingtone, West-
moreland, esq., generally; fine, 53s. 4c?. Bound with Messrs.
Robert Brigges and Allan Sandford. Messrs. Marten and

Prestwoode to one of the three upper chambers called "les
garret chambers " on the south side of the building lately built
by Mr. Popham; fine, 26/. 13s. 4d. 31 Jan. Messrs.
Scudamore and Edward Bacon to the middle chamber of
the three "garret chambers"; fine, 26/. 13s. Ad, Mr.
Robert, second son of Robert Bell, late Chief Baron of the
Exchequer, knt., deceased, generally; fine, none, because
his father was a Bencher. Bound with Messrs. William
Hubbard and Nicholas Overburye. 1 Feb. Mr. Robert

Morley, late of Clementes Inne, gent., son and heir of Richard
Morley of Lewes, Sussex, gent., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound
with Messrs. Paul Fox and Robert Bowyer. 2 Feb. Mr.

Ralf Booklande, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent
of Walter Bookland of Standlynche, Wilts, generally; fine,
20s. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Ashe and Edmund Mid-
winter. Mr. Edmund, son and heir-apparent of Edmund
Plowden of Shiplake, Oxfordshire, esq., specially ; no fine, be-
cause his father was of the Bench. Bound with his father.
3 Feb. Mr. Francis Plowden, second son, admitted similarly.
Mr. Thomas Franke, late of New Inn, gent., second son of
Thomas Franke of Hatfilde Brodocke, Essex, esq., deceased,
generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Richard Franke and
Antony Luthar. 4 Feb. Mr. William Wikhame, late of

New Inn, gent., second son of Edward Wikehame of St.
Dunstan's, near Canterbury, generally; fine, 20s. Boimd with
Messrs. William Hawley and Robert Wake. 8 Feb. Mr.



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Thomas Southcott to the chamber of Messrs. John Southcott
and John Brustarre on surrender by Mr. Southcott ; tine,
5 35. 4d. 8 Feb. Mr. Richard, third son of Martin Calthroppe
of London, clothier, specially ; no fine, because his father has
lent money to the House. Bound with Messrs. John Jermye
and Richard Frestone. 10 Feb. Mr. Francis Plowden to

the chamber of Messrs. Skowen and Dastone on surrender by
the latter ; no fine, because his father has been very kind to
the House and is one of the Masters of the Bench. Mr.
John, second son of Henry Portman of Orchard, Somerset,
knt., specially; fine, dL 11 Feb. Mr. Portman to the

chamber of Messrs. Savell and Pickeringe on the latter's
forfeiture by discontinuance; fine, 405. Mr. Wiett to the

same chamber to which Mr. Bayliffe was lately admitted (see
29 Jan.); fine, 20/. Mr. Richard Connocke, late of New

Inn, gent., third son of John Connocke of Leskard, Cornwall,
gent., generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Henry Courtney
and Edward Trelawney. Mr. Henry Maynard to a chamber

at the south end of Mr. Popham's buildings, adjoining Mr. Dale's
chamber on the west side, for life, without forfeiture for dis-
continuance or any other cause.

At a Parliament holden 11 Feb., 25 Eliz.

Mr. Thomas Hannam is appointed Assistant to Mr. Cracher-
woode. Reader for next Lent.

Messrs. Paget, Ashe, Stone, and Westone are appointed to
stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Dowrich, William Gibbes, Burde, and Luthar are
appointed to provide the Reader's feast next Lent.

Mr. Pagett is chosen Reader for next Autumn.

Mr. Walter is fined 40s. for not reading last Autumn.

Messrs. Ashefild and Alley are similarly fined 40s., and Mr.
Hourde, SI 6s. 8d.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
from Mr. Hannam's reading last Autumn, viz. Messrs. Faring-
ton, Wortley, sen., Wortley, jun., Percey, Huddey, Barrow,
Yearde, Woode of Nottingham, Richard Wake, Lytton,
Heddyngton, Tayler, Babthorpe.

As Mr. Dowrich was chosen Steward of the Reader's feast
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ordered to serve the room of Stewardship this Lent reading.
Eiiglish.

Benchers' sons hereafter admitted shall pay no fine for
admittance into the House or chambers. English,

All gentlemen admitted into chambers built this last
summer by the Attorney-General shall choose a cha,mber-
fellow on any vacancy, to be admitted 'toTa tine fixed by the
Treasurer. English, ^^"^

Commons of the House shall be kept every Summer vaca-
tion, and the officers then attendant shall have allowance from
the Treasurer for meat and drink. Enylish.

All gentlemen now in commons shall be newly bound
with two sureties before they depart out of commons, or else
forfeit their chambers, or if they have no chambers, be
expelled. English.

The Masters and Benchers authorise the Attomey-Greneral
to place such gentlemen as he pleases in the chambers which
he has built, and to assess such fines and to grant such terms
as he thinks meet. English,

Grant for life, without any chamber-fellow, to Mr. John
Hussey, fellow of the House, of one of the chambers built
by Messrs. John and James Brett over the walls of the old
Hall, wherein Mr. John Robartes has granted him his interest,
on condition of repairing or rebuilding it. The chamber will
not be forfeited for discontinuance or other cause, and Hussey
or his executors are empowered to assign it to any fellow or
fellows for their lives without fine.

Admissions : — Edmund Downinge of London, esq., for his in-
dustry in repairing the Temple Bridge, specially ; he shall take
food with the Masters of the Utter Bar ; no fine. 13 Feb.,
1582. Mr. Edward, second son of John Bacon of Hesset,
Suffolk, esq., generally ; fine, 40s. Boimd with his father and
Mr. Richard Scudamor. 14 Feb. Mr. Marcellus Trogmer-

ton, late of New Inn, gent., second son of Kellam Throgmerton
of Ashton Lodge, Essex, generally; fine, 20s. Bound with
Messrs. William Birde and William Fytch. Mr. John
Wattsone to the chamber of Messrs. Savell and Pickering on
surrender by the former ; no tine, because he received it of Mr.
Dastone. Mr. John Sarsfild, late of New Inn, gent., third
son of Ed. Sarsfilde of Cork, Ireland, generally; fine, 20s.
Bound with Messrs. Thomas Sarsfilde and Walter French.

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15 Feb. Mr. John, son and heir of Robert Ryves of Randel-
stone, Dorset, gent., generally; fine, 535. 4d. Bound with
Messrs. Richard Swayne and John Ryves. Mr. John
Swaine, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of
Robert Swaine of Randelstone, Dorset, gent., generally ;
fine, 20*. Bound with Messrs. Richard Swaine and John
Ryves. 16 Feb. Messrs. Hayes and Colsford to one of

the garret chambers adjoining Mr. Crumpton's office, lately
built by Mr. Popham, Attorney-General; fine, 26/. 13$. Ad.
Mr. Thomas Crispe, late of New Inn, gent., second son of
Austin Crispe of Bowden, Northants, gent., generally; fine,
20s. Boimd with Messrs. Austin Nicholls and Leonard
Bastard. Mr. Antony Palmer to the chamber of Messrs.

Manley and Crocker on surrender by the former ; fine, 40s.
17 Feb., 1582. Mr. Charles Bethell, late of New Inn, gent.,
son and heir of Ellis Bethell of Northoppe, Flint, generally ;
fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Richard Hackluyt and David
Williams. Mr. Thomas, son and heir of Francis Brase

of Fushoke, Worcestershire, esq., generally ; fine, 53s. 4d,
Bound with Messrs. William Combs and George Egioke.
Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Horton of
Stantone, Worcestershire, esq., specially ; fine, 51, Bound
with Messrs. Alexander Ruddale and John Delabere. 18 Feb.
Mr. William Wake to the chamber of Messrs. Vowell and
James on surrender by the latter ; fine, 40s. 20 Feb.

Messrs. Dastone and Webbe to the chamber on the south side
of the three lower chambers built by Mr. Popham ; fine, 40Z.
Messrs. Thomas Ford and James Clarke to the chamber on
the north side of the third floor (gradus) of the building
erected by Mr. Popham; fine, 40/. Messrs. Marven and
Jermye to the chamber on the north side of the second floor
of the same building ; fine, 50/. Messrs. Overbury and
Denton to the middle chamber of the three lower places

built by Mr. Popham ; fine, . 20 Feb. Messrs.

Champernoune and Antony Gibbes to the chamber on the
south side of the building erected by Mr. Popham ; fine, 40/.
Messrs. Temple and Turner to the chamber in the middle of
the second floor of the same building; fine, 50/. 21 Feb.

Messrs. Jeninges, Brunker, and Halswell to the middle chamber
of the third floor of the same building ; fine, 40/.* 16 Feb.

* Marginal note : " Non recepi. Ad requidtionem Mri. Brunkery Mr, Popham
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Mr. John Specott, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent
of Humfrey Specott of Thornburye, Devon, esq., generally ;
fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. William Coplestone and George
Greynvile. 21 April. Mr. George Gunter of Recton,

Sussex, gent., specially ; fine, 41. Bound with Messrs. John
Bellingham and Matthew Taylor. 22 April, 1583. George
Greynvile, Under Treasurer, resigned his office.

At a Parliament holden 10 May, 25 Ellz., 1583.

The following acts were done while Mr. John Popham, esq.,
the Queen's Attorney-General, was Treasurer, and Philip Cole
Under Treasurer.

Mr. Pagett was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

The under-mentioned vacationers are fined 20s. for absence
and being out of commons in Lent last during Mr. Cracherode's
reading, viz.: — Utter Barrister: Mr. Ham. Inner Barristers:
Messrs. Amadas, Bacon, Barow, R. Car, Cage, Dudley, Eyre,
Gryme, Morrife, Paramore, Trefuses, Howse, W. Hody,
J. Wood de N., Wickeham, Yearde, Gaywode.

Also Messrs. Aysh, Stone, and Weston are fined 205. each
for absence in Lent.

The poor box, which has been broken up by some lewd
persons, shall be repaired at the expense of both Houses and
opened at the end of every term by a Bencher of either
House, and the money disposed of at the discretion of the
Benchers of both Houses. English.

Grant for life on the usual terms to Messrs. James Hannam,
Henry Sommaster, and Robert Moyle, of chambers to be built
at their expense on the land lying between Mr. Morris's chamber
on the north and the garden of the Inner Temple on the south.

Admissions: — Mr. Andrew Cholwill, generally; fine, 40s.
Mr. Richard, third son of Thomas Roscarrocke of Ros-
carrocke, Cornwall, esq., generally; fine, 40s. 16 April,

1583. Mr. Henry, son and heir-apparent of John Scudamoore

of , Herefordshire, esq., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with

Messrs. David Williams and Alexander Ruddhal. 19 April.
Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Bartholomew Hales

of , Warwickshire, esq., and late of Lyons Inne, gent.,

generally; fine, 30s. Bound with Messrs. Antony Skinner
and Antony Feteplaoe. 20 April. Mr. Eklward, son and
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generally ; fine, 53$. 4:d, Bound with Messrs. Richard Trevanion
and Hannibal Vivian. 21 April. Mr. Morice, third

son of John Horner of Clawforde, Somerset, knt., generally ;

fine, 305. Bound with Messrs. James Clark and .

25 April. Messrs. William Horton and Morice Homer to the
chamber of Mr. Pyne, deceased, and Mr. Page, who surrendered;
fine, 4/. Mr. Robert Morley to the chamber of Messrs.



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