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Fox and Cassy in expectancy of Mr. Fox ; fine, 40s. Mr.
Robert, second son of John Smythe of Hunden, SuflFolk,
generally; fine, 53s. 4rf. Boimd with Messrs. Richard Janson
and Nicolas Gislingham. Mr. Thomas, son and heir of

John Culpeper of WigsoU, Sussex, esq., generally; fine,
46s. Sd. Boimd with Messrs. Samuel Bois and WilUam
Culpeper, his brother. Mr. William, second son of the
same John Culpeper, generally; tine, 46s. 8d, Bound with
Messrs. Thomas Culpeper and Samuel Bois. 1 May.

Mr. Morice, son and heir-apparent of George Gylbert of
Wytcombe, Somerset, esq., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with
Messrs. Richard Stevens and Edmund Midwinter. 3 May.

Mr; John, son and heir-apparent of Richard Freland of
Greatham, Hants, gent., generally; fine, 53s. 4d. Bound with
Messrs. Henry Hayes and John Knight. Mr. John Knight

to the chamber of Messrs. Coleforde and Hayes in the new
building, on Mr. Coleforde's surrender; fine, 20s. 10 May.

Mr. Edward, second son of George White of Hutton, Essex,
esq., late of New Inn, gent., generally ; tine, 20s. Boimd with
Messrs. Richard Whit and Stephen Vaughan. Mr. Thomas
Francke to the middle of three chambers on the east side of
the building erected by Mr. W. Tusser on the site of the old
kitchen, for life. Copy of Tusser's letter to Popham, the Trea-
surer, giving his consent. English, 12 May. Mr. John,
second son of John Strode of Pamam, Dorset, esq., deceased,
late of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Boimd with
Messrs. Henry Huddey and Walter Newburgh. 15 May.
Mr. Nicolas, son and heir of William Glinne of Glinne, Corn-
wall, esq. ; fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. George Moile and
John Fowell. 3 1 May. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of
Edmund Parker of North Moulton, Devon, esq., generally ; fine,
40s. Bound with Messrs. Edward Hext and William Gibbes.
1 June. Mr. Henry, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Gente
of Bumpstede, Essex, esq., specially; no fine, because his



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father is a Master of the Bench. Bound with his father
and — — . Mr. John Swaine to the chamber of Messrs.
Trevanyon and Chabner on forfeiture by the latter for discon-
tinuance ; fine, 40s. 5 June. Mr. Francis, second son of
John Harrington of Kelueston, Somerset, esq., specially ; fine,
4/. Bound with Messrs. John Harrington, his brother, and
Morice Gilbert.

At a Parliament holden 14 June, 25 Eliz., 1583.

There shall be no reading this Autumn on account of the
plague, which is scattered about in every part of the city and
chiefly in our House.

Henry Poole, the Steward, shall be admitted to the chamber
of Messrs. Edward Comes, Kendall, and Wethered in place of
Mr. Comes, one of the Masters of " le Utter Barr," who shall be
admitted to the chamber of Messrs. Burgoin and Langforde in
place of the latter, who forfeited it for discontinuance ; no fine.
Mr. Nicolas, second son of William Winter of Lydney, Glou-
cestershire, knt., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with his father
and brother, Edmund. Mr. Edmund Cotton of Claveringe,
Essex, gent., specially ; fine, 4Z. Bound with Thomas Gente,
esq., and Mr. Henry Gente. 18 June. Mr. Richard Isam

to the chamber of Messrs. Alsoppe and Saunders on surrender
by the latter; fine, 53s. id. Mr. William Saunders to the
chamber of Messrs. Croker and Antony Palmer in expectancy
of Mr. Croker; fine, 53s. 4d. 7 Oct. Mr. Richard Mathew,
late of New Inn, gent., son of William Mathew of St. One,
Cornwall, gent., generaUy; fine, 20s. Mr. William, son and
heir of Franck Freke of Misterton, Somerset, gent., generally ;

fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. John Swaine and . Also

to Mr. Lewknor's chamber on his surrender; fine, 3/. 6s. 8d,
12 Oct. Mr. Thomas, fourth son of Edward Popham of Hunt-
worthye, Somerset, esq., specially; fine, only 20s., because he
was the Treasurer s nephew (nepos). Bound with Messrs. Court

and Mychel. Mr, Thomas, son and heir of Augustine

of Buckfastleygh, Devon, generally; fine, 535. id. Bound
with Messrs. John Jule and Richard Connocke. Mr.

Robert, son of Hewitt of London, and late of New Inn,

gent., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Thomas
Tubbe and Francis Morgan. 13 Oct. Mr. Antony Feti-

place to the chamber of Messrs. Nokes, sen. and jun., and
Simes, on the death of Nokes, sen. ; no fine, because he had paid



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31, 6s. 8d, for the chamber of Mr. Rivers, which he did not have.
Mr. John Hygforde to the chamber of Messrs. John Wode and
Sherwode in place of Sherwode, deceased; fine, 61. 135. 4(1.
Mr. Philip Cole to the chamber of Messrs. Janson, Greinvile,
and Copleston in expectancy of the last ; fine, 40<., and gratis
into Mr. Copleston's study. Mr. Henry Michell to the

chamber of Messrs. Phillipes and House on forfeiture of the latter
by discontinuance; fine, 20«. Mr. Valentine, second son of
John Baptist Castillion of Westminster, esq., specially ; no fine.

Bound with Messrs. Sandes and C . Mr. Richard

Temple to half the upper chamber of Mr. Hussey's building
over the old Hall. Mr. Ralf, son and heh* of Richard
Fleyer of Uttexater, Staffordshire, generally; fine, 53s. -id.
Bound with Messrs. Francis Craddocke and Robert Gravenor.
16 Oct. Mr. Henry, son of Robert Gabbett of Baldoc, Herts,
gent., late of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 30s. Bound
with Messrs. Edward Phillips and Howse. 22 Oct. Mr.
Samuel, son and heir-apparent of Sir John Elmer, Bishop of
London, generally; fine, 53s. M. Bound with Messrs. Snagge
and Nicolas Kempe. Mr. Austin Nicholles to the
chamber of Messrs. Bastard e and himself, to him alone for
life; fine, 40s. 26 Oct. Mr. Robert, second son of John
Pascall of Badue, Essex, esq., deceased, late of New Inn, gent.,
generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Richard Skydmore
and Bartholomew Younge. Mr. Antony, eldest son of
Robert Benne of St. Nycholas Colde Abbay, London, specially ;
fine, ol. Bound with his father and . Mr. Bartholo-
mew, second son of White of Fittellforde, Dorset, esq.,

generally; fine, 20s. 30 Oct. Mr. Thomas, eldest son of
George Ingge of Cambridge, deceased, late of Cliffordes Inne,
gent., specially ; no fine, because it is at the request of the
Masters of the Bench. Bound with Messrs. Audley and Brady.
2 Nov., 1583. Mr. Giles, son and heir of John Phellpes of
Evell, Somerset, gent., generally; fine, 40s. Bound with
Messrs. Richard Swaine and John Ryves. 3 Nov. Mr.

William, son and heir of John Nutte of Canterbury, specially ;
fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. William Wickham and Christo-
pher Hovendine. Mr. Chappell to the chamber of Messrs.
Tubbe and Weltden in place of the latter, deceased; fine,
61. 13s. 4rf. Mr. Samuel Boyes to the chamber of Messrs.
Chapman and Thomas Boys in place of the former; fine,



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3/. 65. 8d, Mr. Forde to the study adjoining Mr. Forde's
office lately built by Mr. Husseye.

At a Parliament holden 4 Nov., 25 Eliz., 1583.

Mr. Paget was chosen Reader for next Lent.

The Puny Bencher shall have a key of the poor man's box
in the Temple Church, and at the week's end shall open it
with some Barrister of the House and account for the money
to the Benchers. In vacation, the same shall be done by two
Barristers named by the said Bencher. English.

Mr. Sommaster and Mr. Moyle shall certify to the Bench
what gentlemen have not come to the Church and have not
received the communion, according to the Act made 2 July,
24 Eliz. JEnglish.

Admissions: — 5 Nov., 1583. Mr. Richard, son and heir of
William Fowlar of Heringe, Shropshire, esq., generally ; fine,
40s. Boimd with his father and Francis Morgan. Mr.
Gregory Isham to half the upper chamber of Mr. Hussey's
building over the old Hall, to the other half of which Mr.
Richard Temple was lately admitted. 9 Nov. Mr. John,

second son of John Cliffe of Ingatstone, Essex, gent., gene-
rally ; fine, 205. Bound with Messrs. Richard White and
Edward White. Mr. Robert, second son of Christopher

Georges of Ciciter, Gloucestershire, esq., late of New Inn, gent.,
generally; fine, 405. Bound with his father and Edmund
Temple. 10 Nov. Mr. William, son and heir of Robert

Becke of Stolonga, Hunts, gent., deceased, generally; fine,
535. 4d. Bound with Messrs. Pagit and Dredon. Mr. John,

second son of Richard KnatchbuU of Mersham, Kent, esq.,
deceased, generally; fine, 405. Bound with Messr§. Henry
Hall and Richard KnatchbuU. 14 Nov. Mr. William,

third son of Dennis Bonde of Blackwestou, Dorset, gent.,
generally ; fine, 405. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas Broune and
John Rives. 16 Nov. Mr. William, son and heir of

William WoUascotte of Tydmarsh, Berks, esq., specially ;
fine, only 405., being at Mr. Plowden's request. Bound
with Messrs. Andrew Blunden and Edmund Plowden, jun.
1 8 Nov. Mr. Henry, son and heir of William Blomer of Hates-
croppe, Gloucestershire, esq., late of New Inn, gent., generally ;
fine, 2O5. Mr. Edmund Fortescue, late of New Inn, son and
heir of Francis Fortescue of Hartinge, Sussex, esq., generally ;



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fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Wisman, jun., and George Whit-
hall. 26 Nov. Mr. Edmund, third son of Edmund Morgan
of Bewelt, Monmouth, esq., late of Cliffordes Inne, gent., gene-
rally; fine, 30s. Bound with Messrs. David Williams and
Thomas Morgan. Mr. Lewcknour, one of the Masters of
the Bench, to the chamber of Mr. Smyth, one of the Masters
of the Bench, deceased ; no fine, because he is of the Bench.

At a Parliament holden 27 Nov., 26 Eliz., 1583.

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 for those who remain.

Mr. John Rogers, gent., is discharged from all pensions and
assessments heretofore due, in consideration of 40s. paid to the
Treasurer, 27 Nov., 1583.

The Steward shall not have poundage as lately, but accord-
ing to the old custom.

The following words shall be inserted into the bonds of
those hereafter admitted, viz. : Qiud Templi Templumfreqitentant,
et quod ibl toties et tot cene Domini sint partidpes, uti per injunc-
tiones domine Regine et de jure Anglie debent

Surveyors shall not have commons or an allowance towards
commons.

Thomas Medcalfe shall be Panier Man (maTicipulus) in place
of John Counden, to whom 20.s. in a purse shall be given beside
his salary.

Mr. Richard Wroth, lately expelled, shall be restored after
submission made to the Masters of the Bench.

Whoever moves cases shall use divers actions; and every
Master of the Utter Bar shall be present at commons for six
readings on pain of 20s.

The building erected by Messrs. Archer, Bluet, and Jule
in Vine Court shall be pulled down when the Masters of the
Bench desire to build there.

Admissions. — 28 Nov. Mr. John, second son of William
Noye of St Burian, Cornwall, gent., and late of New Inn,
gent., generally; fine, 20s. Mr. Ralf, second son of John

Crabbe of Kellington, Cornwall, gent., late of New Inn, gent.,
generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. John Jule and
Edward Cason. Mr. Thomas, second son of Thomas

Lewcknor of Selsie, Sussex, esq., late of New Inn, gent., gene-
rally; fine, 20s. Bound with John Bellingam and John



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Low. Mr. Edward, son and heir of Thomas Lewes of

Devom, Glamorgan, esq., specially. Bound with Messrs.
David Williams and Thomas Morgan. Mr. John, son and

heir of Ralf Low of Earlestoke, Wilts, gent., late of New Inn,
gent., generally ; fine, 205. Bound with Messrs. Thomas
Lewcknor and John Bellingam. 12 Dec, 1583. Mr. John

Marvin, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Edmund
Marvene of Founten, Wilts, esq., generally; fine, 20s. Bound
with Messrs. John Ryves and Andrew Windsor. Mr.

Thomas, third son of Thomas Brodnax of Godmersham, Kent,
gent., and late of Staple Inne, gent., generally; fine, 405.
Bound with Messrs. Henry Hall and Francis Pordage. Mr.

William, son and heir of Richard Gascoin of Sadbury, Rich-
mondshire, generally; fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. John
Marvin and John Girlington. Mr. Andrew, fourth son of

Edward Lord Windsor, deceased, specially; no fine.^ Bound
with Messrs. John Marvin and Francis Janson of London.
20 Jan., 1583. Mr. Richard, second son ^ Richard Bampt-
feilde of Poultemoore, Devon, esq., generally; tine, 40s.
24 Jan. Edward Hobbey, knt., specially ; no fine. Mr. Gilbert
Haughton to the chamber of Messrs. George Cole and William
Smythe in place of the latter; fine, only 10s., because he sur-
rendered his own chamber. 30 Jan, Mr. Thomas Hyde,
late of New Inn, gent., fourth son of William Hyde of Dench-
worth, Berks, esq., generally; fine, 205. Bound with Messrs.
Reade and Edward Hungerforde. 1 Feb. Mr. John, second
son of Thomas Lutterell of Dunstar Castle, Somerset, esq.,
generally ; fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. James Clarke and
William Rogers. 3 Feb. Mr. Robert, son and heir of
Gilbert Davis of Crediton, Devon, gent., specially; fine, 5/.,
because he has a chamber. 4 Feb. Mr. Clement, second son

of Thomas Pygott of , Bucks, gent., specially ; no fine,

being at the instance of most of the Bench. 8 Feb. Mr. John
Wortley to the chamber of Messrs. John Woode and Hygforde on
surrender by the latter ; fine, 3 Os. Mr. William, second son of

Richard Barkley of StokegyfForde, Gloucestershire, knt., speci-
ally ; fine, 31, 6$. 8d., because it is only for a time. Bound with
Messrs. Ayshe and Snygge. Mr. Alexander, second son of

Thomas Rosewell of Dunkerton, Somerset, esq., generally;
fine, 53s. 4d. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas Rosewell and
* Apparently "v. li." corrected to "nihil."



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Thomas Bewshaine. Mr. William Rogers to the chamber of
Messrs. Clarke and Forde on sm-render by the latter; fine, 305.

At a Parliament holden 10 Feb., 26 Eliz., 1583.

Mr. Cracherwood is appointed Assistant to Mr. Pagit,
Reader for next Lent.

Messrs. Aysh, Stone, Weston, and Savile are appointed to
stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Snagge, Williams, Bartue, and Freke are appointed
to provide the Reader s feast.

The following vacationers are fined for absence and being
out of commons last Christmas, viz. Messrs. Yearde, P. Watson,
Hachaw, Gryme, Trefuses, Amadas, Lench, J. Woode de N.,
Culpeper, Culpeper, C. Throgmorton, Colebome, Bell, Bouck-
londe, M. Throgmorton, N. Winter, Knatchbull, Elmer, Bonde,
Brodenax.

Messrs. John Warner, M. Colethurst, Luther, Woode, sen.,
Ryves, A. Nycholles, Delabeare, and Garlande are called to the
degree of " le Utter Barr."

Messrs. William Smyth and Ingraham are expelled for con-
tumacy and disgraceful conduct.

The Laundress's wages are increased to 26s. 8^^. a year.

Admissions : — Mr. Henry Pury to the chamber of Mr. Dale,
esq., one of the Masters of the Bench ; no fine. Mr. William
Nelson of the Inner Temple to the north part of the old Hall
where Mr. Forde kept his office; rent, 26s. Sd, a year.
6 March, 1583. Mr. Robert Fulnetby, late of New Inn, gent.,
son of Christopher Fulnetby of Bramton, Hunts, generally;
fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Paget and Edward Bartye.
Letter from William Tusser to Edward Ameredeth, Treasurer,
granting to William Mason a chamber in his new buildings
adjoining the old gallery which crosses over the Temple Lane,
being the middle of the three uttermost chambers eastward
towards the Temple Church; and the lowest room adjoineth near
to the little new gallery leading from the old gallery to Thomas
Gente's chamber ; for the life of the longer liver. 30 May, 21
Eliz.* English, 10 Feb., 1583. Mr. John, second son of

Nicolas Amolde of Lantone, Monmouth, knt.,deceased, generally;
fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Lewes and Edmund Morgan.
14 Feb. Mr. Valentine Castillion to the chamber of Messrs.

* In the margin is written : ** This note is in the handes of Mr. Mason's
wife."



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Evelegh and Skinner in expectancy of the latter; fine, 53s. 4d.
24 Feb. Mr. Eleazar, son and heir of Bartram Calthorpe of
the Middle Temple, esq., generally; fine, only 33s. 4d,, because
his father was an Ancient of the Bar {antiquus de Barra),
Bound with his father and Mr. Jermyn. 27 Feb. Mr.

William, son and heir of William Fletwood, Serjeant-at-Law,
speciaUy ; no fine, because his father was a Serjeant-at-
Law of this Inn. Bound with his father and John White.
2 March. Mr. John, second son of John Meade of Corke, Ire-
land, generally; fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. Lench and
French. He was admitted by virtue of the Lord Treasurer's
commendation to Mr. Attorney. Mr. Robert Davis to half

a lower chamber of Mr. Hussey's building on the site of the
old Hall, to the other half of which Mr. John Thorowgood is
lately admitted. 8 March. Mr. Christopher Freman, late

of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Ralf Freman of Irtling-
borough, Northants, specially; no fine, because it is allowed
to Mr. Pagit, the Reader, who admitted him. Bound with
Messrs. Austin Nycholles and Francis Tate. 22 March.

Mr. Giles Hussey, late of Clementes Inne, gent., son and heir
of Thomas Hussey of Edmundesham, Dorset, gent. ; fine, 40s.
Admitted by Mr. Pagit. 7 May, 1584. Mr. William, son

and heir of Thomas Plummer of Rumney, Kent, and late of
New Inn, gent., generally ; fine, 30s. Mr. John, son and heir
of Antony Culliforde of Encombe, in the Isle of Purbeck, gene-
rally ; fine, 46s. M, Bound with Messrs. Swaine and Thomas
Freke. 7 May. Mr. George Carew to the chamber of

Messrs. Eveleygh and Castillion on forfeiture by the former for
discontinuance and being out of commons ; fine, with arrears,
5/. 11 May. Mr. Robert, son and heir of John Kempe of

the Middle Temple, gent., and late of ClyfFordes Inne, gene-
rally; fine, 30s. Bound with his father and Mr. Jerminne.
16 May. Mr. Nicolas, son and heir of John Slanninge of
Plimpton Marie, Devon, gent., generally; fine, 40s. Bound
with Messrs. John Jule and Philip Cole. 23 May. Mr.

Josias, son and heir of Vincent Calmadie of Wemburie, Devon,
gent., generally ; fine, 46s. 8d. Bound with Messrs. Edward
Ameredeth and William Gybbes. Mr. William, son and

heir of Walter Wotton of Ingleborne, Devon, gent., late of
Cliffordes Inne, generally ; fine, 40s. 24 May. Mr. James,

son and heir of James Wickham of Horsington, Somerset,



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gent., generally; fine, 40^. Bound with Messrs. Evans and
Willowghby. 27 May. Mr. William, son and heir of William
Jorden of Chitteren, Wilts, esq., specially; fine, 5Z. Bound
with Messrs. Orenge and Antony Barker.

At a Parliament holden 28 May, 26 Eliz., 1584.

Mr. Ayshe was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
and being out of commons last Lent, viz. : — Utter Barristers :
Messrs. Page, Hammon, Feldinge, Hamme, Waldron, and
Colehurst. Inner Barristers: Messrs. Trefuses, Amadas, J.
Woode de N., S. Boys (egrotahat), O. Throgmerton, Bell,
Bockelonde, Skydmoore, N. Winter, A. Roswell, T. Hyde,
Bonde, Pascall (struck out), Culpeper, Elmer (egrotabcU).

Christopher , the Second Cook, shall have 4Z. paid him

yearly for life, for he is impotent and not able to serve.
George shall be Second Cook. English.

The intention of Messrs. Morgan and Fowler to rebuild
their chamber far higher than it is, and thereby stop up the
lights of Messrs. Hussey and Bellingham, is referred to Messrs.
Sandes and Boyes. English,

The ** Cobborde Kepers " at reading times shall appoint no
deputies without sufficient excuse. English,

Savage shall be Gardener, with wages settled by Mr. Popham
and Mr. Sandes. English.

The Queen having been at great cost in rebuilding the
Temple bridge and stairs, henceforth the Middle and Inner
Temple will each repair one half, to which they have bound
themselves by a decree in the Exchequer. English.

Admissions : — 10 June, 1584. Mr. John Allen, late of Lyons
Inne, son and heir-apparent of John AUyn of Clawton, Devon,
gent, generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Chamond
and Specott. 13 June. Mr. Christopher Sibthorpe, late

of New Inn, gent., third son of John Sibthorpe of Much
Bardfeild, Essex, gent., generally; fine, 205. Boimd with

Messrs. Sibthorpe and . 14 June. Mr. John ClyfFe

to the chamber of Messrs. Ayleworth and Henry Paramor, who
forfeited by discontinuance and being out of commons ; fine,
5/. 29 June. Mr. William, second son of William Adam

of Walden, Essex, gent., generally; fine, 53s. 4d. Bound with
Messrs. Henry Mordant and Sawyer. 1 July. Mr. Henry,



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son and heir of Henry Pramnell of Paternoster Row, London,
specially ; fine, bl. Mr. Thomas, second son of Richard
Dearinge of Plunckley, Kent, esq., generally ; fine, 53s. id.
Bound with Messrs. Hall and Edolphe.

At a Parliament holden 6 July, 26 Eliz., 1584.

Mr. Pagit was chosen Assistant to Mr. Ayshe, Reader for next
Autumn.

Messrs. Westone, Savell, Jonston, and Dowrishe are ap-
pointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Dyke, Phillipes, Brewstar, and Pordage, sen., are
appointed to provide the Reader's feast.

Messrs. Moyle, Tubbe, Byrde, Alman, Cox, and Juell
are called to the degree of " le Utter Barr."

The following articles for the reformation of apparel were
agreed on by the Masters of the Bench, viz : —

1. That no great ruffs be worn.

2. That no white colour in doublet or hose be worn.

3. That no velvet facings to gowns be worn except by
Masters of the Bench.

4. That no gentlemen shall walk the streets in cloaks, but
in gowns.

5. That no hat nor long nor curled hair be worn.

6. That no gowns shall be worn except of sad colour.
Offenders shall be put out of commons and fined at the dis-
cretion of the Bench.

The orders shall not take effect imtil Michaelmas. English.

Mark Savage shall be Gardener with 5Z. yearly wages, and
505. for last half-year. English.

On Messrs. Sandes and Boyes' report on the intended building
by Morgan and Fowler, it is ordered that Bellinjam shall pay
Morgan and Fowler five marks, and they shall stop up none of
his light by their buildings, and that they shall always repair
the gutter between their buildings. English.

Mr. Wagstaffe has petitioned to have his ruinous chamber
rebuilt. Mr. Agmundisham and Mr. Boys shall confer with
the Masters of the Bench of the Inner House, without whose
assent it cannot be done. English.

Ordered, that Mr. Cracherwoode shall have the chamber
which lately was occupied by Mr. Gente, Serjeant-at-Law, and
Mr. Gente's son shall remain with him.



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Admissions: — 8 July, 1584. Mr. John, son and heir-ap-
parent of Robert Williams of Kembell Magna, Bucks, esq., and
late of Bamardes Inne, generally ; fine, 40$. Mr. Thomas,
son and heir of Thomas Kenne of Kenne, Somerset, esq., gene-
rally; fine, 53s. 4d. Bound with Messrs. Gybbes and Hext.
10 July. Mr. Thomas Francke to the chamber of Mr. Mason,
lately deceased, part of Mr. Tusser's building ; tine, 3/. 6s. 8d.
(Crossed out and in the margin : Mn $oL) Mr. Winterflod
to the chamber of Mr. TyflSn and himself because he for-
feited for discontinuance, having divers business; fine, 20s.
13 July. Mr. Thomas Stevens to the chamber of Messrs.
Hacluit and De Labeare in place of Hacluit, who forfeited
for discontinuance; fine, 20s. (In the margin: Vacat, quia
gandere non potest.) 14 July. Mr. Cuttes to the chamber

of Messrs. Blage and Carre on Blage s forfeiture for discontinu-
ance ; fine, 40s. Mr. Simondes to the chamber of Messrs.
GraufFton, Sotthill, and Cuttes in place of Mr. Cuttes; fine,
40s. 14 July. Mr. John Strode to the chamber of Messrs.

Ruttland and Smythes on the forfeiture of the latter by dis-
continuance ; fine, 3/. 6s. M, Mr. Lutterell to the chamber
of Messrs. Smythes and Ruttland on the forfeiture of the latter
by discontinuance; fine, Zl. 6s, 8rf. 15 July, 1584. Mr.

George, son and heir of William Salterne of Bristoll, generally ;
fine, 53s. Bound with Messrs. Aysh and Robert Arundell.
16 July. Mr. Thomas Francke to the chamber of Messrs.
Woode and Wortley on surrender by the latter; fine, 20s.
Mr. Wortley to the chamber of Mr. Thomas Francke on his
surrender ; fine, 20s. Mr. John, son and heir of Thomas
Bamptfeild of Hardington, Somerset, specially; no fine, be-
cause it is allowed to Mr. Aysh, Reader. Bound with Messrs.
Ayshe and Rudge. 18 July. Mr. Walter, son and heir of

John Northcott of Crediton, Devon, gent., specially ; fine, 5/.



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