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53«. 4d. 6 Nov. Mr. Henry, third son of Edward Mountague
of Boughton, Northants, knt., generally; fine, 535. 4rf. Boimd
with Messrs. Mountague and Edward Bartue. Also to the
chamber of Messrs. Edward Mountague and Bartue in place
of the former; fine, 535. 4cf. 10 Nov. Mr. John, son and

heir-apparent of Thomas Farmer, esq., one of the Masters of
the Bench, specially ; no fine, because his father is one of
the Masters of the Bench. Also to his father's chamber.
Mr. Thomas WoUacombe, of New Inn, gent., second son of
John WoUacombe of Combe, Devon, esq., generally ; fine,

205. Bound with Messrs. Bampfelde and . Mr.

Richard, son and heir of Charles Kyrle of Walforde,
Herefordshire, gent., deceased, and late of ClifFordes Inne,
gent., generally; fine, 405. Mr. William, son and heir-
apparent of Edmund Standen of le RoUes, esq., and late
of Bamardes Inne, gent, generally; fine, 405. 14 Nov.
Mr. George, son and heir-apparent of Maurice Radney of
Stoke Raddon, Somerset, esq., specially; fine, 4/. 17 Nov.
Mr. Harrington to the chamber of Messrs. James Clarke and
William Rogers in place of the latter; fine, 3/. 65. 8d.
Mr. Duffeild to the chamber of Messrs. William Woode and
Geldnor in place of Mr. Woode, deceased; fine, 31, 6s. 8d.
21 Nov. Mr. Nicolas, second son of Edward Baynard of Lacke-
ham, Wilts, esq., and late of New Inn, gent., generally ; fine, 2O5.

At a Parliament held 26 Nov., 28 Ellz., 1585.

The feast of Christmas shall not be solemnly kept. Com-
mons shall be continued till next term. A cartload of coal and
405. for the minstrels shall be allowed to those remaining.



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As Richard Baldwin, the '' Puisne Butler/' has served the
House for six years, he shall have for his wages 6s. 8d. yearly,
as well for the time past as to come. English.

Thomas Waters, servant to John Horbome, for his long
and painful service in the Buttery, shall be " Punye Butler "
on a vacancy. English.

The order for the restitution of repasts was referred to
Mr. Boyer and Mr. Agmundisham. English.

The order for Mr. Snagge's sequestration from the fellowship
of the Masters of the Bench and from all government of the
Inn is confirmed. The order is in the pantry book {libro
Fantarie), and not here.

Admissions: — Mr. Ayshe of the Bench, to Mr. Archers
chamber in his place. Messrs. Thomas Bewshyne and George
Dryden to two chambers of Mr. Hext's building next imder
his own, to which Mr. Northover was lately admitted. Mr.
Richard, fourth son of George Reynell of Malson, Devon, esq.,
and late of New Inn, gent., generally; fine 205. 1 Dec.
Mr. Edward, fourth son of Ralf Bossevile of Bradboume, Kent,
esq., deceased, generally; fine, 40s. 8 Jan., 1585. Mr.
William, son and heir of William Novell of Tarxa, Lincolnshire,
esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 405. 21 Jan. Mr. Richard, son
and heir of Lawrence Banister of Essington, Torks,esq.,generally;
fine, 535. 4rf. 27 Jan. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of

William Claybrooke of "Insula Latete," Kent, esq., gene-
rally; fine 535. M. Bound with Messrs. Manne and Rives.
28 Jan. Mr. Richard, son and heir-apparent of Richard
Lewcknor of Downeley, Sussex, esq., specially ; no fine, because
his jEather is a Master of the Bench. Bound with his father
and Thomas Lewcknor. 29 Jan. Mr. John Southcott, late
of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Nicolas Southcott of Stepney,
Middlesex, gent., generally ; fine, 205. Bound with Messrs.
Thomas Suthcott and William Cuttes. 7 Feb. Mr.

Henry, second son of Henry Ligons of Upton, Gloucestershire,
esq., deceased, and late of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 205.

Boimd with Messrs. Venables and . 9 Feb. Mr.

Hersey Kendall, late of Clementes Inne, gent., son and heir-
apparent of Marm^uke Kendall of Tillne, Notts, gent.,

generally ; fine, 405. Boimd with Messrs. Broughton and .

10 Feb. Mr. Nicolas, second son of Christopher Athowe of
Bristley, Norfolk, specially ; fine, 31. 6s. 8d., by request of



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Mr. Richard Lowcknor. 11 Feb. Mr. Hugh, son and

heir-apparent of Henry Portman of Orchard, Somerset, knt.,

specially ; fine, 5/. Bound with his brother and . Also

to the chamber of Messrs. John Portman and Watson in
expectancy of the latter ; fine, 40^. Mr. Thomas, son and
heir of Walter Newsame of Chadshunte, Warwickshire, gent.,
and late of New Inn, gent., specially; no fine, because his
father was once an officer of the Inn. Bound with his father
and his brother John. Mr. John Newsame, brother of the
preceding, late of New Inn, generally ; fine, 205. Bound with
his father and brother.

At a Parliament holden 11 Feb., 28 Eliz., 1585.

Mr. Weston was chosen Assistant to Mr. Bowyer, Reader
for next Lent.

Messrs. Savell, Johnson, Moldsworthe, and Sherley are ap-
pointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Hext, Leyghe, Coniars, and Neale are appointed to
provide the Reader's feast.

Richard Baldwin, the Puisne Butler, shall have his allow-
ance of 65. 8d, a year for the seven years he has served the
House. Unglish.

The Laundress shall have 4/. yearly for her wages. Eriglish,

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence at
Christmas, viz. Messrs. T. Hide, A. Rosewell, Arnolde, E. Cal-
thorpe, Meade, jun., Culliforde, R. Kempe, Calmadie, Wotton,
Wickham, jun., Adam, Dearinge, Williams, Snagge, Moone, jun.,
D. Wotton, Kendall, Hawley (egrotahat), Edgcumbe, Giles,
Medley, Feldinge, Lower, Younge, jun., R. Palmer, Thimble,
F. Novell, Jenninges, Bucke, Hill, Slany, Phillipson, Huflfham,
W. Walton, Cocke, Cokar, Constantino, Chamberlaine, Peytoe,
Carminowe, J. Kirton.

(An entry about calls to the Utter Bar is partly cut off.)

Admissiom : — 12 Feb., 1585. Mr. John, son and heir-ap-
parent of William Samewell of Lanliverye, Cornwall, gent., and
late of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 205. 22 Feb. Mr.
Henry Bowyer to the chamber of Hayes and Knight in place of
the latter; fine, 305. 1 March. Mr. Richard, son and heir-

apparent of John Lockesmithe of Romford, Essex, generally ; no
fine, at the request of the Treasurer, whom he had long served.
Bound with Messrs. Philip Cole and Henry Poole, Steward.



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20 April, 1586. Mr. John Knight to the chamber of Messrs,
Hayes and Henry Bowyer in place of the latter; fine, 20«.
23 April. Mr. Nicolas Baynaid to the chamber of Messrs,
Jennins, Brunker, and Halswel in place of the first ; fine, 20«.
Mr, Cason to the chamber of Messrs. Tubbe and Chappell in
place of the latter; fine, 40s. 31 («ic) April, 1586. Mr.

Thomas Lewes, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of William
Lewes of St. Peter s, Monmouthshire, esq., deceased, generally ;
fine, 20«. Bound with Messrs, Edmund Morgan and Aldey.
3 May. Mr. Jonathan, son and heir of John Trelawnye of
Poole, Cornwall, esq., deceased, specially ; fine, 5/. Bound with
Messrs. Edward Trelawnye and Trevanion. Mr. John, son
and heir-apparent of James Morris of Chippingonger, Essex,
esq., specially ; no fine, because his father is a Master of the
Bench. 5 May. The said Mr. Morris to his fathers

chamber. Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Ralf Spier
of Huntercombe, Oxfordshire, gent., specially ; fine, 31, 6s. 8rf.
11 May. Mr. Thomas Doughty, late of New Inn, gent., son
and heir-apparent of William Doughtye of Martley, Worcester-
shire, gent., generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Blunden
and Evett.

At a Parliament holden 13 May, 28 Eliz., 1586.

Mr. Savile was chosen Reader for next Autunm.

Mr. Bacon, who was lately put out of the House for certain
ill-usage of the Steward, shall be readmitted " into the
Societie with his antiquitye" on paying 10s. to Mr. Philip
Cole, the Under Treasurer. English,

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
from Mr. Bowiar's reading last Lent, viz. : — Utter Barristers :
Messrs. Warner, M. Colthurst, Luthar (struck out, and marginal
note, *' pater rnorte" [_8icW Wode, Moyle, Birde, Midwinter,
Blundon, Baxter, Franke, Temple. Inner Barristers : Messrs.
CuUyford, Calmadye, Wotton, Wickham, Sybthorpe. jun.,
Adam, Dearinge, Snagge, Moone, jun., Walton, jun., Hoblin,
Kendall, Edgcombe, Gyles, Lower, R. Palmer, Thimble, F.
Nevell, Bucke, Hill, Phillipson, Huffham, Wilkinson, Constan-
tyne, Kyrton, Peyto, Tusser, Oseley, Kirke, Baynarde (struck
out, and Hannam substituted).

Admissions: — 12 June, 1586. Mr. Leeke to the chamber
of Messrs. George Cole and Gilbert Haughton in place of the



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latter; fine, 3/. 7 June. Mr. Thomas Edolphe to the
chamber of Messrs. Homer and Gardner at the request of the
latter, and also to his study; fine, 26$. 8d. 17 June. Mr.
Edward, son and heir-apparent of Symon Wickham of Gryms-
burye, Northants, gent., and late of New Inn, gent., generally ;
fine, 205. Bound with Messrs. Henry Hyde and .



At a Parliament holden 17 June, 28 Eliz., 1586.

Mr. Bowyer was chosen Assistant to Mr. Savell, Reader. .

M^rs. Johnson, Moldsworthe, Sherley, and Napper are
aiqK)inted to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Savell, Spatchurst, Slanye, and Webbe are appointed
to provide the Reader's feast.

All gentlemen behind in payment of the duties of this
House, whether for pensions or for vacations, shall pay the
same on pain of being presently put out of commons, and yet
pay commons till they have paid the sum due. Those now
out of commons shall not be received until they have paid the
duties aforesaid. English.

Mr. Rosse shall be the next Lent Reader and have his voice in
Parliament, if he will take it, notwithstanding any ordinance
before this made. Ertglish,

Mr. John Farmer, son and heir of Mr. Thomas Farmer of
the Bench, shall be admitted into his father's chamber, and if
his father die and any other Bencher take the said chamber, he
shall have the chamber which the said Bencher had. English.

Mr. Walter Woode, scrivener, at his petition, shall have a
lease made by the Attorney-General of the little room on the
left hand as we go out at the Temple Gate, at a rent to be fixed
by the Attorney-General, in the reversion of Granger, during
pleasure. English.

Mr. Edward Wagstaflfe's petition for new building his
chamber is respited, till talk had with the Masters of the
Inner House. English.

The Stewards of the Reader's feast shall pay to the Reader
beforehand five marks each, the accustomed sum. English.

Thursday, 4 Aug., 1586, 28 Eliz. Francis Drake, knt., one
of the Society (Consortia) of the Middle Temple, after his voyage
came into the Middle Temple Hall at dinner time, and acknow-
ledged to John Savile, esq., then Reader, Matthew Dale, Thomas



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Bowjer, John Agmondesham, and Thomas Hanham, Masters
of the Bench, and others present, his old friendship with the
Society, those present congratulating him on his happy return
with great joy. Signed : Jo. Savile, Lector, Mathew Dale, Th.
Bowyer, Jhon Agmondesham, Tho. Hanam.

Messra Carye, Wrightington, and Symoockes are called to
the degree of the Utter Bar by Mr. Savile, Reader.

Admissions: — 20 June, 1586. Henry Lord Windsore, son
and heir of Edward Lord Windsore, deceased, specially; no
fine. Also to the chamber of his brother, Sir Frederick
Windsore, yoid by his death; fine, 53s. M. Mr. John

Clarke, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of William
Clarke of Counden, Warwickshire, gent., generally; fine, 20^.

27 June. Mr. Francis, second son of Robert Withens of
St. Michell, London, merchant, and late of New Inn, gent.,
generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Barrow and .

28 June. Mr. Groddell to the chamber of Messrs. Alman and
Tomlins in place of the latter ; fine, 3/. 6s. M, (Marginal
note : " These in my absens, by Mr. Savile, Reder.")
3 July. Mr. Edward, third son of William Cockes of Sheltworth,
Worcestershire, gent, and late of New Inn, gent., generally ; fine,
20s. 27 July. Mr. Henry Franklin, late of Cliffordes Inne,
son and heir of Richard Franclin of Midridge Grange, Durham,

esq., generally; fine, . 28 July. Mr. Thomas Sher-

land, of Staple Inne, gent, son and heir of John Sherland of
Winston, Suflfolk, gent, generally; fine, 40s. Mr. Richard
Moore, late of New Inn, son and heir of William Moore of
Totternehe, Beds, esq., generally; fine, 20s. 31 July. Mr.
Thomas Willowghby, late of Fumifold Inne, third son of
Thomas Willowghby of Chiddingstone, Kent, esq., generally;
fine, 40s. 1 Aug. Mr. Edward Buishell, late of New Inn,

second son of Thomas Buishell of Brodmerston, Gloucestershire,
esq., generally; fine, 20s. 6 Aug. Mr. John, son and heir

of Antony Mason of Kewe, Surrey, esq., generally ; fine, 53s. 4rf.
13 Aug. Mr. Edward Carre, late of New Inn, gent, son and
heir of Robert Carre of the parish of St. Clement Danes with-
out the Bar of the New Temple, gent, generally; fine, 20s.,
by Mr. Savile, Reader. 4 Oct Mr. Francis, son and heir-

apparent of John Edgeocke of Ypsley, Warwickshire, gent,
generally ; fine, 53s. 4(2. Bound with Messrs. William Combes
and Woodward. 19 Oct Mr. Elezias, son and heir-apparent



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of Richard Woodwarde of Butlers Marston, Warwickshire,
gent., generally; fine, 535. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. William
Combes and Edgeocke. 23 Oct. Mr. Henry Hyde to the
chamber of Messrs. Edward Combes and Burgon on the for*
feiture of the latter; fine, 40$. 25 Oct. Mr. John, sixth

son of Roger WincoU of Littellwadingefeild, Suffolk, gent.,
deceased, and late of New Inn, gent, generally; fine, 20s.
Bound with Mr. Richard Johnson. Mr. Greorge, second son
of Amyas Powllett of Curry Mallett, Somerset, knt., specially ;
fine, 41. Bound with Messrs. Gybbes and Hext. 27 Oct.
Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of John Butcher of Sheroll,
Somerset, gent., specially; fine, 5/. 29 Oct. Mr. Henry
Prannell to the chamber of Messrs. James Clarke and Francis
Harrington in place of the latter ; fine, 40«. 30 Oct. Mr.

Maurice Homer to the chamber of Messrs. Phillippes and
Michell in place of the latter, who refused it ; no fine, because
at will. 3 Nov. Mr. Hugh, second son of Greorge Speeke
of White Lackington, Somerset, knt., deceased, specially ; fine,
4/. Bound with Messrs. Hext and Gibbes.

At a Parliament holden 4 Nov., 28 Eliz., 1586.

Mr. Rosse was chosen Reader for next Lent.

Mr. Napper is fined 205. for not waiting at the Cupboard
during Mr. Savile's reading.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
from Mr, Savile's reading, viz.: — Utter Barristers: Messrs.
Midwinter, Orrenge, Blunden, Baxter, Franke, Temple, Bowme,
Moyle, Woode (egrotahat), Luthar, Colthurst, Birde, Cockes.
Inner Barristers: Messrs. M. Moone, Walton, jun., Hoblin,
Rowse, Kendall, Hawley, jun., Gyles, Medley, Feldinge, Lower,
R. Palmer, Thimble, Nevell, sen., Jennis, jim., Bucke, Hill,
Phillipson, Huffham, Horsey, Saule, Pygott, Cocke, Cokar,
Eirton, jun., Constantyne, Aldey, Peyto, Carminowe, Tusser,
Kirle, Sanden, Wickeham, Carre, jun. (struck out).
i Mr. Travers shall receive his pension and remain in his
lodging within the parsonage of the Temple till further
order. English.

The Stewards appointed in Mr. Savile's reading shall bear
the whole charge of his feast, and henceforth all Stewards of
all Reader's feasts shall bear the charges equally between
them. English.



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Henry Pole, Steward, shall have a copy of the articles
objected against him for misdemeanour towards very many
gentlemen, and is to answer the same in writing on Friday
next. English,

14 Nov., 1586. Alexander Bull, Fourth Butler, for his
faithful service is admitted specially gratis, and discharged
from all pensions and charges. Signed: C. Nycolls, T.
Farmer, Ricus. Crompton, Mathew Dale, J. Bowyer, Jhon
Boys, Tho. Hanam, J. Hishe, Weston.

Admissions: — 5 Nov., 1586. Mr. Francis Withens to the
chamber of Mr. Wortley in his place; fine, 3/. 65. 8rf.
7 Nov. Mr. Richard, son and heir-apparent of John Heale
of Heale, in the parish of Comwode, Devon, gent., gene-
rally; fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. Austyn and .

12 Nov. Mr. John Strode, late of New Inn, gent., son and
heir-apparent of Thomas Strode of Stoke, Somerset, esq., gene-
rally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. John Strode and .

1 3 Nov. Mr. Richard, son and heir-apparent of Richard Salton-
stall of London, alderman, specially; fine, 5/. Bound with

Messrs. Bowme and . 14 Nov. Mr. William, son

and heir-apparent of William Marsham of London, alderman,

specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Ayshfeld and .

Mr. Edward Bossevile to the chamber of Messrs. Stampe and
Hoblin in place of the latter; fine, 3Z. 6s. 8rf. 25 Nov.

Mr. Henry, son and heir-apparent of Nicolas Chalons of
Modbury, Devon, gent., generally; fine, 40s. Boxmd with
Messrs. Croker and .

At a Parliament holden 25 Nov., 29 Eliz., 1586.

The feast of Christmas shall not be solemnly kept. Com-
mons shall be continued until next term. A cartload of coals
and 40s. for the minstrels shall be allowed to those who
remain.

The chandler s complaint that things appertaining to his
office are dearer than of old time, is referred to Mr. Treasurer.
English,

Richard Smalwoode shall be in reversion of the next
Butler's place. English,

20s. shall be given to Catherine Frances, widow, Christopher s
wife, who petitioned for relief because her husband long served
the House. English.



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The Under Treasurer shall write to Mr. Rosse, appointed next
Lent Reader, to know whether he will read in next Lent.
English.

Admissions: — 7 Dec, 1586. Mr. Hugh, second son of
Peter Wolcotte of Mooreston, Devon, gent., generally; fine,
53«. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. WoUacouibe and Dudeney.
30 Nov. Mr. Robert, son and heir of John Willowghbye of
Piddleton, Dorset, gent., and late of New Inn, gent., gene-
rally; fine, 20«. Bound with Messrs. Newbourghe and .

22 Dec. Mr. Banister to the chamber of Messrs. Chalons and
Antony Gybbes on the death of the latter ; fine, 40s. Mr.

Chalons to the chamber of Messrs. Champemoune and Banister
in place of the former; fine, 20s. Mr. William Cookes of
Shiltwoode, Worcestershire, son and heir-apparent of Henry
Cookes, and late of New Inn, gent, generally; fine, 205.
4 Jan., 1586. Mr. Joseph, second son of John Harris of
Lanrest, Cornwall, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 535. 4d.
Bound with Mr. Thomas Harris. 17 Jan. Mr. John, son

and heir-apparent of John Bayname of Bromyard, Hereford-
shire, gent., and late of ClifiFordes Inne, generally ; fine, 405.
Bound with Messrs. Bajmam and Wheteley. Mr. Antony,
i5on and heir - apparent of William Wheteley of Poreshall,
Essex, esq., generally ; no fine, because his father is a Master
of the Bench. Boimd with Messrs. Baynam and Baynam.
28 Jan. Mr. Richard, son and heir of Richard Spier of
Holcombe Grange, Qxon., gent. (This entry is unfinished and
crossed out.) 5 Feb. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of
Edward Talkame of Stoke, Suffolk, esq., and late of New Inn,
gent., generally; fine, 205. Bound with Messrs. Edgeocke and
Buishell. 6 Feb. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of
Thomas Raymounde of Chard, Somerset, gent., specially ; fine,

5/. Boimd with Messrs. Stone and . 7 Feb. Mr.

Thomas Palmer to the chamber of Messrs. Antony Palmer, his
brother, and William Saunders, in his brother s place ; fine,
405. Mr. James, fourth son of John Walwayne of Brocke-
bery, Herefordshire, gent., generally; fine, 405. Bound with
Messrs. Rudhall and .

At a Parliament holden 10 Feb., 29 Eliz., 1586.

Mr. Rosse is again appointed Reader for next Lent.
Mr. Savell was chosen his Assistant.

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Messrs. Johnson, Mouldsworthe, Sherley, and Napper are
appointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. White, Frankelin, Prannell, and Edolphe are ap-
pointed to provide the Reader s feast.

The following vacationers are fined 20a. each for their
absence at Christmas, viz. Messrs, Harley, Gyles, Medley,
Lower, Penneye, Palmer, Locke, Thimble, F. Nevell, Jennings,
jun., Bucke, Hill, Slane, Phillipson, Huflfham, Horsey, W.
Walton, Pigott, Cocke, Coker, Wilkinson, R. Smith, jun.,
Bysse, Constantyne, Aldey, Peytoe, Carminowe, Tusser, Oseley,
Kirle, Standen, Ligons, Newsam, jun., Lewes, Wikeham, Clarke,
Mason, Woodwarde.

Messrs. Goodwin, Adye, and Broughton are called to the
degree of the Utter Bar by Mr. Rosse, Reader.

Admissions: — 11 Feb. Mr. Nicolas, son and heir-apparent
of Giles Demerye of Cotherington, Gloucestershire, gent., and
late of Clementes Inne, gent. ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs.
Snygge and his father. 17 Feb. Mr. John, son and heir-

apparent of John Claye of Clayhouse, Yorks, gent., and late of
New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s, Bound with Messrs.

Rosse and . 20 Feb. Mr. Robert, son and heir of

William Tiderley of Tyderley, Somerset, esq., deceased, gene-
rally; fine, 40a. Bound with Messrs. Simoundes and .

Mr. Charles Chute, specially; fine, 3/. Bound with Mr.
Edward Comes.

At a Parliament holden 26 Hay, 29 Eliz., 1587.

Mr. Johnson was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
from Mr. Rosse's reading last Lent, viz. Messrs. Orrenge,
Midwinter, Baxter, Blunden, Franke, Moyle, Danyell, Bowme,
Birde, Alman, F. Nevell, Bu(^ke, Hill, Slanye, Phillipson,
Huffham, W. Walton, Pygott, Cocke, Cokar, R. Smythe, jun.,
Bysse, Constantin, Kyrton, sen., Aldey, Peytoe, Carminow,
Kirton, jim., Tusser, Oselye, Wollacombe, Standen, Claybroke,
Lygons, Lewes, A. Strode, jim., R. Willowby, Walwin.

Mr. Gascoyn shall be associate unto the Bench for his

commons, according as others before him have been admitted.
English.

Mr. Clyffe's complaint against Mr. Norton is referred to Mr.
Pagitt of the Bench. English.



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Admissions: — 1 June, 1587. Mr. Calthorpe to the chamber
of Messrs. George Carre and WUliam Cuttes, in place of Mr.
Carre ; fine, 3s, 4rf. Mr. George Carre to the chamber of
Messrs. Calthorpe and Walter in place of the former; fine,
33s. 4d. 8 March, 1586. Mr. Amias, fourth son of Thomas
Cottell of Northtawton, Devon, gent., and late of New Inn,
gent., generally; fine, 205. Bound with Messrs. Speccott and

. 16 March, 1586. Mr. William, son and heir of

Robert Rydgley of Fletestrete, in the parish of St. Dunstan in
le West, generally; fine, 20s., because he is a kinsman of Mr.
Fermer, by Mr. Rosse, Reader. Bound with Messrs. Brough-

ton and , 29 March, 1587. Mr. Francis Moore to

the chamber of Messrs. Edward Combes and Henry Hide in
place of Mr. Hide; fine, only 13s. 4ti., because he ought to
pay a fine to Mr. Hyde. 30 March. Mr. George, son and
heir-apparent of Miles Doddinge, of the parish of St. Dunstan
in le West, London, gent., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with
his father. 10 April. Mr. Richard, son and heir-apparent

of Rowland Merricke of Banberye, Oxfordshire, gent., and late
of Clementes Inne, gent., generally; fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with
Messrs. Wickham and Marston. Mr. Thomas, third son of
William Barker of Sonninge, Berks., esq., deceased, specially ;

fine, 4:L Boimd with his brother and . 7 May,

1587. Mr. Alexander, fourth son of John Maynarde of Sher-
forde, Devon, gent., and late of New Inn, gent., generally;
fine, 20s. Boimd with Messrs. Austynand Heale. 23 May.

Mr. Roger, son and heir-apparent of Keate of Fording-

ton, Dorset, gent., specially ; no fine, at the Treasurer s wish.
Mr. William Masham to the chamber of Messrs. Thomas
Popham and Slanye in place of the latter; fine, 6/. 13s. 4rf.
29 June. Mr. Henry Hid to the chamber of Messrs. John
Webbe and Daston, on the death of the former ; fine, 51.

At a Parliament holden 30 June, 29 Eliz., 1587.

Mr. Rosse was chosen Assistant to Mr. Johnson, Reader for
Autumn next.

Messrs. Sherley, Napper, Harris, and Cradocke are appointed
to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Ferres, Dyar, Blage, and Vahan, sen., are appointed
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Henceforth there shall none be called to the Bar by any
Reader. English,

The following are called to the degree of the Utter Bar,
viz. Messrs. Godart, Amias, Heame, Rudhall, Tate, Trevanion,
Curtis, Moore, Robinson, Cuttes, Thorowgood, and Jarmye.

Madam Bellowes' supplication for her relief is referred to
the Queen's Attorney. English.



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