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3 Aug. Mr. Robert, second son of Th6mas Snagge, Serjeant-

at-Law, generally ; fine, . Bound with Mr. Snagge of the

Bench and . 10 Oct. Mr. William, second son of Miles

Sandes of Latimeres, Bucks, esq., specially ; no fine, because his
father is one of the Masters of the Bench. ' Mr. Miles, third
son of the said Miles Sandes, as above. ' Mr. Peter, second
son of Reginald Corbett of Stoke, Shropshire, esq., late of
Cliffordes Inne, gent., generally ; no fine, becAuse his father was
a Justice of this Inn. Bound with Messrs, Marstone and



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2 6 Oct. Mr. Francis, son and heir-apparent of Humifrey Brustar
of Wrentam, Suffolk, esq., specially ; fine, 41. Bound with his
father and Mr. Brustar. 27 Oct. Mr. Symon Wiseman,

late of New Inn, second son of Thomas Wiseman of Hunt-
ingdon, gent., generally; fine, 205. Bound with William
Combes. Mr. Walter Northcott to a chamber of Mr.

Hussey's building on the north side of the chamber in which
Mr. Hussey lies, to a third part of the outer great chamber, to
the whole of the study therein, and to a third part of the
woodhouse before the door of the outer chamber. Mr.

George, son and heir-apparent of John Trowbridge of Trow-
bridge, Devon, esq., generally; fine, only 20s., being at the
request of William Periam, Justice of the Common Bench.
Bound with Messrs. Davis and Martin.

At a Parliament holden 6 Nov., 26 Eliz.

Mr. Weston was chosen Reader for Autumn next.

The following vacationers are fined for absence and being
out of commons in Autumn last during Mr. Ayshe's read-
ing: — Utter Barristers: Messrs. Buttes, Feldinge, Waldron,
Hamme, Hammon, Walkadine, M. Colethurst, Birde, GosnoU.
Inner Barristers: H. Scudamoore, Grove, Jo. Palmer, Bell,
Boocklonde, Bethell, Brace, Hearell, W, Copeper, Gilberte,
N. Winter, Pascall, B. White, Fowlar, Knatchbull, Bonde,
Fortescue, Brodnax, T. Hide, A. Rosewell.

Mr. Girlington shall be dismissed from this Fellowship and
House till he can purge himself of certain misdemeanours and
evil speeches delivered to Mr. Snagge and others. English.

Admissums : — 6 Nov., 1584. Mr. Thomas, son and heir of
Thomas Heselrige of Noseley, Leicestershire, specially ; fine, 5/.
Bound with Messrs. A. NychoUes and Pygott. Mr. Maxi-
milian, son and heir of Moone of , Dorset, gent.,

and late of Clementes Inne, gent., generally; fine, 40s.
Mr. Dimstone, second son of Richard Walton of Shapwicke,
Somerset, gent., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with his father

and . 10 Nov, Mr. Thomas Hobljm, late of New

Inn, gent, son and heir of Richard Hoblin of St. Steven's,
Cornwall, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs.
Moyle and Glinne. 14 Nov. Mr. Richard, second son of

John Norton of Olde Alforde, Hants, gent., generally; fine,
53s. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. Morley and Knyght. 18 Nov.

Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Simon Edolph of Adder-



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bury, Oxfordshire, esq., generally; fine, 53s. 4rf. 19 Nov.

Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of George Page of Shoren,
Kent, esq., generally; fine, 405. Bound with his father and
Mr. Jule. 21 Nov. Mr. William, second son of Richard

Prowse of Exeter, gent., generally; fine, only 40s., at Mr.

Periam's request. Bound with Messrs. Jule and .

22 Nov. Mr. William, son and heir of Richard Venables of
Agdon, Cheshire, gent., and late of Clementes Inne, gent.,
generally; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Mould sworth and
Hales. Messrs. Samuel Barrow and John Burradge to the

chamber of Mr. Hussey's building where he* now lies, to two-
thirds of the outer great chamber, to two inner studies, and
to two-thirds of the woodhouse.

At a Parliament holden 25 Nov., 27 Eliz., 1584.

Christmas shall not be solemnly kept this year. Commons
shall be continued till next term. A cartload of coals and
40s. for the minstrels shall be allowed to those in residence.

Mr. Dale was chosen Reader for next Lent.

Mr. Barlee shall be Utter Barrister if he will here take
the Oath of Supremacy and then practise only in Ireland.
English,

If Mr. Garlonde, who was called to the Bar to practise in
Ireland, practises in England longer than a year from this day,
he shall be " disgraded the Barre." English.

None shall play at dice or cards within this House, neither
in the Hall, nor in the chambers, at any time of year, on pain of
expulsion. No outcries in the night shall be made, nor cham-
bers broken open, as by the Lord of Candlemas night or such
like disorder, on pain of putting out of commons. English,

Admissions: — 28 Nov., 1584. Mr. Thomas, eldest son of
John Reynoldes of Castell Campes, Cambridgeshire, deceased,
specially ; fine, 465. 8d., being at the request of all the Justices.
Boirnd with Messrs. Tiffin and Kempe. He is licensed by
Mr. Popham to use the chamber to which Mr. Nicolas Kempe
was admitted, until that chamber with others adjoining
is exchanged with the Inner Temple for certain chambers.
30 Nov. Mr. Ambrose, son and heir-apparent of Antony Rowse
of Edmerstone, Devon, esq., generally; fine, 335. 4d Bound
with Messrs. Martin and Trowbridge. 19 Dec. Mr. Thomas

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Foy, Cornwall, esq., generally; fine, 20a. Bound with Messrs.
Trevanion and Glinne. 23 Dec. Mr. John, son and heir of
John Burradge of Lackeforde, Suffolk, gent., deceased, specially ;
fine, 51. Bound with Messrs. Barrow and Temple. 18 Jan.,
1584. Mr. Richard, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Kendall
of Treworgie, Cornwall, esq., and late of New Inn, gent.,
generally; fine, 20«r Bound with Messrs. Moyle and Glynne.
Mr. Thomas Popham to the chamber of Messrs. Alexander
Pime and Conlars on the decease of the former; fine, 20s.
Mr. Dike to the chamber of Messrs. Dogett and Fetiplace, on
forfeiture by the former for discontinuance and being out of
commons; fine, 13s. id. Mr. Popham afterwards ordered
that Mr. Dike should be in place of Mr. Fetiplace ad-
mitted to another chamber. 19 Jan. Mr. James Bumarde,
late of Lyons Inne,. gent., fourth son of John Bumarde of
Buckerell, Devon, generally; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs.
Alin and Hales. Mr. Giles Fetiplace to the chamber of
Messrs. Wiseman, sen. and jun., on forfeiture by the latter;
fine, 40s. Mr. Robert Hyde to the same chamber in place
of Mr. Wiseman, sen. ; no tine, because he had fined for Mr.
Weston's chamber but not used it. Mr. Thomas, son and
heir-apparent of William Neale of St. Bartholamewes Magna
juxta Smythfeld, esq., specially; fine, 40s. Bound with
Messrs. Morley and Knight. Messrs. Norton and Neale to
a chamber late Mr. Maynarde's, on the west of Mr. Dale's
chamber on the south of Mr. Popham's new building; fine,
10s. Mr. Richard Calthrop to the chamber of Messrs.
Walter and Frestone on forfeiture by the latter for discon-
tinuance; fine, 6^. 20 Jan. Mr. James, son and heir-
apparent of Jerome Hawley of Burston, Middlesex, esq.,
generally ; fine, 58s. 4d. Bound with Messrs. William Hawley
and Dunstan Walton. 24 Jan. Mr. John, second son of
John Slanninge of Plympton Mary, Devon, gent., deceased,
generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas Slanninge,
his brother, and Philip Cole. Mr. Fardinando Popham, late
of New Inn, gent., third son of Edward Popham of Hunt-
worthy, Somerset, esq., generally; fine, . 28 Jan.

Mr. Richard, son and heir- apparent of Peyrse Edgcombe of
Mount Edgecombe, Cornwall, esq., generaUy; fine, 53s. 4d.
Bound with Messrs. Ayleworth and Greinvile. . 5 Feb. Mr.
James Welshe, late of Lyons Inne, gent., son and heir-apparent

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of ' Welsh of Bamestaple, Devon, generally; fine, 30«.

Bound with Messrs. Leygh and . Mr, Edward Giles,

late of New Inn, gent, son and heir-apparent of John Gyles of
Bowden, Devon, esq., generally ; fine, 205. Bound with Messrs.
Yearde and —— , 8 Feb. Mr. Francis, son and heir of
Thomas Bucklonde of West Harptre, Somerset, gent,, specially ;

fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Pury and ^ . Mr. Ayle-

worth, by grant from Mr. Hussey, to the study over the highest
stairs leading to Mr. Hussey's highest chamber.

At a Parliament holden 10 Feb., 27 Eliz., 1584.

Mr. Aysh was chosen Assistant to Mr. Dale, Reader for
next Lent.

Messrs. Somaster, Ewans, Franke, and Newbourghe are
appointed to provide the Reader's feast

Messrs. Weston, Savell, Johnson, and Dowrishe are appointed
to stand at the Cupboard.

Henceforth the four Stewards of the Reader's feast shall
bear the whole charge thereof equally between them, and the
said dinner shall be provided in as decent order and as amply
as heretofore. English.

Mr. Popham shall have the chamber in which Mr. Plowden
lately was, and Mr. Thomas Hannam, Mr. Popham's chamber.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for being out of
commons at Christmas, viz. Messrs. Grove, Jo. Palmer, Belle,
Bocklonde, T. Franke, M. Throgmerton, Brace, Specott, H.
Scudamoore, Hearell, W. Culpeper, E. White, Freland (solut\),
Sybthorpe, Adam, Parker, N. Winter, Hewytt, Gabett, Pascall,
B. Whyte, Becke, KnatchbuU (struck otU), Bonde, Blomer,
Fortescue, Brodenax, T. Hyde, Amolde, Williams, Dearinge,
S, Wiseman (st'ruck out),

Mr. Stone shall be restored to the Bar " with relation from
his first callinge." English.

Messrs. Midwinter, Blunden, Baxter, Franke, and Bowme
are called to the degree of the Utter Bar. Messrs. Temple,
Newbourgh, Dodridge, Courtney, and Bastarde are commended
to Mr. Dale, Reader.

No repasts Shall henceforth be taken in this House, except
by Masters of the Bench and eight most Ancient of the Bar.
None shall come into or depart out of commons without
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stricken out before his entrance or departure. He must signify
also whether it shall be whole or half commons. He that
doth not give such warning shall be out of commons till he has
paid 5s. fine. Whoever departs out of commons without seeing
himself stricken out, shall always remam in commons. English.

The Steward shall pay 20s. fine for his ill provision on
Candlemas day last ; and for his misdemeanour towards Mr.
Nycholles, as much more, unless he be reconciled with him.
English,

Admissions: — Mr. Elmer to the chamber of Messrs. Over-
burye and Antony Denton in Mr. Denton's place; fine,
3/. 6s. 8d. Mr. Henry, son and heir of Henry Medley of Tylty
Abbey, Essex, esq., generally; fine, 40s., at Mr. Morris's
request. Bound with Mr. Morris of the Bench. Mr.

Michael, second son of William Fildinge of Newnam, Warwick-
shire, esq., and late of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s.

Boimd with Messrs. Younge and . Mr. Pster, son and

heir-apparent of Thomas Lower of Treloske, Cornwall, esq.,
generally; fine, 53s. 4e2. Bound with Messrs. Courtney and
Trelawney. Mr. Roger, Son and heir-apparent of Henry
Appleton of Southbefleete, Essex, esq., specially; fine, 4i.
Bound with Messrs. Appleton and Phelps. 13 Feb. Mr.
Thomas Yoimge, late of New Inn, gent., third son of William
Younge of Ogbome, Wilts, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Mr.
John, son and heir-apparent of Giles Penney of Coker, Somer-
set, esq., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Strode and

. 1 6 Feb, Mr. William Prowse to the chamber of

Messrs. Johnson, Greinvile, and Philip Cole, on surrender by
Mr. Greinvile; fine, 3/. 6s. M. 17 Feb. Mr. Lawrence,
son and heir-apparent of Lawrence Swetnam of Sherborne,
Dorset, gent., and late of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s.
Bound with Messrs. Treffrye and Wickham. 27 Feb. Mr.

Robert, second son of Richard Palmer of Burton super
Montem, Gloucestershire, esq., late of New Inn, gent., generally ;

fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Overbury and . Also to

the chamber of Messrs. Alman and Palmer on the latter's

surrender; fine, 3Z. 28 Feb. Mr. Michael, second son of

Locke of London, gent, generally; fine, 53s. 4d. Bound

with Messrs. Moyle and Prowse. 5 March, Mr. John

Thimble, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of John Thimble
of Alater, Essex, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with



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Messrs. Edward Combes and . 15 March. Mr.

Francis, third son of Henry Nevell of Greneland, Bucks, knt.,
generally ; fine, 40«. Bound with Messrs. Stampe and Prowse.
31 March, 1585. Mr. John, second son of Ralf Jennings of
Churchill, Somerset, esq.; fine, 53«. 4d, Bound with Messrs.
Boyes and Morley. Mr. Edward, son and heir-apparent
of Richard Goore of Alderton, Wilts, esq. (Struck out.
Marginal note: nan soil.) 16 April, 1585. Mr. George
Bucke, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Robert Bucke
of Chichester, Sussex, gent., deceased, generally; fine, 20«.
Bound with Messrs. Barrow and Elmer. 20 April Mr.
Roger, third son of Oliver Hill of Shilston, Devon, esq.,
deceased, generally; fine, 53s. 4d. Bound with Messrs. Jule
and Croker. 22 April. Mr. William Fletewode, son of the
Recorder of London, to half the chamber lying on the west
side of the chamber in which Mr. Robert Hide and Mr. Giles
Fetiplace lie. Mr. Thomas Coniars to the chamber of
Messrs. John Woode and Thomas Francke on surrender by Mr.
Francke; fine, 31. 68. 8rf. Mr. Stephen, son and heir-

apparent of Stephen Slany of London, alderman, generally;
fine, 535. 4:d. Bound with Messrs. Francis Morgan and
Coniars. Also to the chamber of Messrs. Coniars and Thomas
Popham on surrender by Mr. Coniars ; fine, 3/. 65. 8d. 1 May.
Mr. Christopher Phillipson, late of New Inn, gent., son
and heir of Rowland Phillipson of Cogarth, Westmoreland,
gent., deceased, generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs.
Brigge and Sandforthe. Mr. Vincent, second son of Richard
HuffTiam of Estrie, Kent, gent., generally ; fine, 40a. Bound
with Messrs. Wattson and .

At a Parliament holden 12 May, 27 Eliz.

Mr. Weston was chosen Reader for next Autunm.

The following vacationers are fined 20^. each for absence
from Mr. Dale's reading in Lent last: — Utter Barristers:
Messrs. Buttes, Walronde, Harame, Fildinge, Hammon, Walka-
den, M. Colthurste, Birde, Moyle, R. Franke, Blunden. Inner
Barristers : Messrs. Hearell, W. Colepeper, Gylberte, Frelande
(solut\), Glynne, Parker, N. Winter, Huytt, Pascall, B. Whyte,
Bonde^ K. Fortescue, Crabbe, T. Hyde, A. Rosewell, Calmadye,
Adam, Dearinge, Venables (cancelled, quia adfuit), R. Wisman.

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Mr. Bojes and Mr. Agmondishame. Order shall be taken for
repasts according to their report what prejudice may ensue
thereby. English,

Messrs. Thomas Morgan and Richard Hackluit shall be
associate with the Bench for their commons. None shall
henceforth be so associate unless be give 10/., or plate, or
some provision for the table, unless he be a Reader. English.

The Attorney-General and Mr. Morris shall confer with the
Masters of the Inner House concerning a letter from the Lord
Chancellor and Lord Treasurer for the payment of 300/. in
behalf of the house of the Master of the Temple and for
redemption thereof. English.

Admissions: — Mr. Thomas Clemente alias Horsey of King-
stainton, Devon, son and heir of John Clement alias Horsey, gent.,
deceased, generally; fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. Trow-
bridge and . Mr. Walter Dowrish of " le Utter Barr " to

the chamber of Mr. Wagstaff, deceased. Mr. William, third
son of Richard Walton of Shafwicke, Somerset, esq., generally;
fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Dunstan Walton and James
Wickham. Mr. Richard Sawle, late of New Inn, gent, son
and heir-apparent of Oliver Sawle of Austell, Cornwall, gent.,
generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Henry Courtney and

. Mr. Augustine to the chamber of Messrs. Blewet

and Juell on decease of the former; fine, 205. Mr. John,
second son of Richard Duffeild of London, gent,, deceased, gene-
rally ; fine, 535. 4d. Bound with Messrs. Wrightington and

. 15 May. Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of

Robert Catlyn of Randes, Northants, esq., generally; fine,
405. Boimd with Messrs. Mountague and . 17 May-
Mr. John, second son of Thomas Pygott of Stratton, Bedford-
shire, esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 405. Bound with Messrs.

Walronde and . 18 May. Mr. Henry, third son of

Laurence Hyde of Westhatch, Wilts, esq., generally; fine, 205.
20 May. Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of William
Dudeney of Dodiscombsleygh, Devon, generally; fine, 405.
Boimd with Messrs. Richard Bampfelde and Hugh Elforde.
Mr. Henry Cocke, late of Staple Inne, gent., son and heir of
John Cocke of Colechester, Essex, gent., deceased, generally; fine,
405. Bound with Messra Edgocke and Thimble. 22 May.
Mr. Robert, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Cokar of Mapowdcr,
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405. Bound with Messrs. James Hannam and John Stroode.
8 June. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of Richard Gardner
of Hembleton, Worcestershire, gent., generally; fine, 53s. 4rf.
Bound with Messrs. Wiott and Sawyer. 10 June. Mr.
Thomas Stroode, late of New Inn, gent., seventh son of William
Stroode of Newneham, Devon, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 20s.
14 June. Mr. Richard Saule to the chamber of Messrs. Scawen
and Francis Plowden, on Mr. Scawen's petition and in his
place ; fine, 5/. 15 June. Mr. Manne of " le Utter Barre **
to the chamber of Mr. Rives and himself, he having forfeited
by not paying commons; and also into his study over the
porch ; fine, 5s. Mr. Edward Ayleworthe of "le Utter Barre"
to his chamber and study which he had forfeited by not paying
commons; fine, 5s. 20 June. Mr. Francis Brewstar to the
chamber of Messrs. John Brewstar and Thomas Southcott in
place of the latter ; fine, 53s. 4(2. 23 June. Mr. Ralf Flyer

to the chamber of Messrs. Crompton of the Bench and Thomas
Gaywode in place of the latter; fine, 3/. 6s. 8d. 18 June.

Mr. Thomas Morgan of the Bench to the chamber of Messrs.
Thomas Hannam of the Bench and Walter Newbourgh in
place of Mr. Hannam; fine, 53s. 4rf. 26 June. Mr. John,
third son of John Wilkinson of White Roodinge, Essex, gent,

generally ; fine, . Boxmd with Messrs. Antony Palmer and

Barrowe. 27 June. Mr. Richard, fourth son of Thomas

Smythe, customer of London, generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with
Messrs. Sherley and Ayleworth. 28 June. Mr. Hoblyn to

the chamber of Messrs. Stampe and Rjrvers on the latter's for-
feiture for discontinuance; fine, 5/. 29 June. Mr. James,
son and heir-apparent of James Bysse of Battcombe, Somerset,
esq., generally; fine, 53s, 4rf. Bound with Messrs. Ori-ingo
and Homer.

At a Parliament holden 28 June, 27 Eliz., 1585.

Mr. Dale was chosen Assistant to Mr. Weston, Reader for
next Autumn.

Messrs. Savell, Johnson, Dowrishe, and Mouldsworth are
appointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Denton, Marston, John Crooke, and R. White are
appointed to provide the Reader s feast.

Messrs. Lovell and Fitzymondes, who were expelled for non-
payment of commons, are restored to the Fellowship and their
antiquity on payment of all arrears. English.



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John Bychardson, the Third Cook, shall have four nobles
yearly for wages. English.

Mr. Hoker, lately constituted Master of the Temples, shall
have the same allowance from this House as Mr. iJvey, late
Master, viz. from every man in commons in Michaelmas term
6(2., and in Hilary, Easter, and Trinity terms 4(2., to be
gathered by the Steward, in like manner as it is during the
time of vacation. English.

The Parish Clerk of the Temples shall have every year in
Easter term Aid. from every gentleman in commons, to be
gathered by some Butler, or cast in commons the second week
in Easter term. English.

Mr. Boyer and Mr. Boys shall hear and report on the
dispute between Mr. Snagge of the Bench and Mr. Ferrers.
English.

Mr. Travers shall have his man in clerk's commons with
the Benchers' men, paying what they do. English.

Every Reader sh^l have authority to call two gentlemen of
this Society to the degree of the Utter Bar. English.

Admissions : — Arthur Atye, esq. ; fine, . Bound with

. * 3 July, 1585. Mr. Paul, son and heir of Gerard

Dewse of London, specially; fine, 51. Bound with Messrs.
Grafton and Totthill. 4 July. . Mr. William, son and heir
of William Constantyne of Myrley, Dorset, gent., generally;
fine, 53s. 4d. Bound with Messrs. Swayne and Freeke.
14 July. Mr. James Chamberlayne, late of New Inn, gent., son
and heir of Henry Chamberlayne of Chilrey, Berks, gent., de-
ceased, generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Rudhall and
Antony Fetiplace. 18 July. Mr. James Kirton, late of New
Inn, gent., second son of Robert Kirton of Wells, Somerset, gent.,

deceased, generally ; fine, 205. Bound with . 24 July.

Mr. Walter Aldey, late of New Inn, son and heir-apparent of
Roger Aldey of Chepstowe, Monmouthshire, gent., generally;

fine, 20s. Bound with . Mr. Humfrey, second son of

Humfrey Pejrto of Chesterton, Warwickshire, esq., deceased, and
late of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with
Messrs. Kirton and Chamberlayne. 29 July. Mr. Henry,
son and heir-apparent of John Tatnall of Suthcott, Berks, gent.,
and late of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with
Messrs. Curtis and Moore. 10 Oct. Mr. Thomas Carminow,

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Tregine, Cornwall, esq., generally ; fine, 20«. Bound with Mr.

Chamond and . Mr. James Kyrton, late of New Inn,

gent., fourth son of Edward Kirton of Almesforde, Somerset,
gent,, generally ; fine, 20«. Bound with Messrs. James Kirton
and Richard Fowlar. 13 Oct Mr. Zacharias, son and heir-

apparent of William Goddell of Blaby, Leicestershire, gent.,
specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas Kempe and
Samuel Elmer. 1 1 Oct. Mr. Emmanuel Chamounde to the
chamber of Messrs. Thomas Symcokes and Jessoppe, sen., on
forfeiture by the latter for discontinuance and being out of
commons; fine, 3/. 6$. 8d. 16 Oct. Mr. Francis, son and
heir-apparent of William Tusser of the Middle Temple, esq.,
generally; fine, only 20^., because his father is an Ancient of

the Utter Bar. Bound with his father and . 21 Oct.

Mr. John Gardner to the chamber of Messrs. William Horton
and Maurice Horner in place of the former ; fine, 31. 6$. 8d.
22 Oct. Mr. George Stroode, late of New Inn, gent., fourth
son of John Stroode of Pamam, Dorset, esq., generally ; fine,
205. Bound with his brother and .

At a Parliament holden 29 Oct., 27 Eliz., 1585.

Mr. Bowyer was chosen Reader for next Lent.

Mr. Stoane is fined 31, 6«. 8d. for not reading last Autumn.

Messrs. Savell, Dowrishe, and Mouldsworthe are fined 20s.
each for not standing at the Cupboard during Mr. Weston's
reading.

Two only are called to the Utter Bar by Mr. Weston,
Messrs. Appleton and Stevens. Mr. Kempe was named, but
his calling is respited by the Masters of the Bench till fitter
by continuance and learning.

The following are fined 20«. each for absence from Mr.
Weston s reading last Autumn : — Utter Barristers : Messrs. Cole-
thurst, Garlonde, Moyle, Midwinter, Blunden, Franke, and
Temple. Inner Barristers : Messrs. Hewytt, B. White, Becke,
KnatchbuU, Bonde, Fortescue, T. Hyde, Lutterell, A. Roswell,
Amolde, E. Calthorpe, Cullinforde, Calmadye, Sybthorpe, jun.,
Williams, Kenne, J. Moone, Hufham, Edolphe, Edgcombe,
Gyles, Lower, R. Palmer, Novell, Jennies, jun., Bucke.

Admissions :- — Mr. John, son and heir of Richard Oseley of
Courtenhill, Northants, generally; fine, 40s. Bound with
Messrs. Bowrne and . 30 Oct. Mr. Thomas Stevens



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of "le Utter Barre" to the chamber of Messrs. Ayshe of the
Bench and Midwinter, in place of Ayshe; fine, 535. 4d.
Mr. Edmund Morgan to the chamber of Mr. Fletewoode with
him; fine, 31. Qs. 8d. 30 Oct. Mr. David, son and heir-
apparent of John Robertes of Cardiff, gent., and late of New
Inn, gent., specially; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs. William
Bowme and Edmund Morgan. (Struck out, and note in
margin: non sol.) 2 Nov. Mr. Thomas, second son of
Richard Palmer of Stokedoyle, Northants, esq., generally ; fine,
405. Bound with Messrs. Antony Palmer and William Sanders.
6 Nov. Mr. Richard Tomlins to the chamber of Messrs.
Almayne and Robert Palmer in place of the latter; fine,



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