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of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 305. Bound with Messrs.
Courtney and Connocke. 22 Nov. Mr. John, third son of

Richard Boyes of Haukehurst, Kent, esq., generally ; fine, 40s.
Also to the chamber of Messrs. Thomas Boyes and Phelpes in
place of the former; fine, 53s. 4d, 28 Nov. Mr. William,



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son and heir-apparent of John Clavell of Barneston, m the Isle
of Purbeok, Dorset, esq., generally; fine, 405. Bound with
Mr. Weston, 30 Nov. Mr. Francis, son and heir-apparent
of Robert Brigges of Old Malton, Yorks, esq., -and late of
New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s. 7 Dec. Mr. Thomas,
fourth son of Edmn Sandis, late Archbishop of York, specially ;
fine, only 20s., because he is nephew (nepos) of the Treasurer.
26 Jan., 1588. Mr. Francis, second son of Roger GiflForde
of St. James' Abbey, Northants, gent., generally ; fine, 40s.
Boimd with Messrs. Francis Morgan and Crispe. 29 Jan.,

1588. Mr. James Welshe to the chamber of Messrs. Giles
Feteplace and Robert Hide in place of the former; fine,
3/. 6s. 8d,

At a Parliament holden 7 Feb., 31 Eliz., 1588.

Mr. Harris was chosen Assistant to Mr. Agmundisham,
Reader for next Lent.

Messrs. Gibbes, Snygge, Williams, and Ewans are appointed
to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Aileworth, Warner, Dowse, and Trowbridge are
appointed to provide the Reader s feast.

All Stewards who owe the Pewterer any money for hire
or loss of vessel at Reader s feasts, shall examine the truth
of the surmise and discharge the House.

A petition of one Yonge, who had bought divers lodgings
of Mr. Tusser and passed his interest to Mr. Amyas, is referred
to Messrs. Morrice and Hannam, to be by them related to the
Treasurer and Benchers. Englidi.

Every double Reader shall have power to call four gentle-
men to the degree of the Utter Bar, and every single Reader
to call two. English.

Mr. Phillippes, for his open misdemeanour in words towards
Mr. Harris of the Bench, at Chancery Bar, and for his private
speeches before the Bench in the Parliament House, is put
out of commons; is to pay lOZ. as a fine, and reconcile him-
self with Mr. Harris before he be restored. If he do not
perform this order before the next Parliament, he is to lose his
chamber. English.

The order set down in the buttery book by the Christmas
lord and Utter Barristers then in commons for removing Henry
Poole, the Steward, from his office for ill provision of victual



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and other abuses, is revoked, as the makers of the order had
no sufficient authority, but his misdemeanours and evil usage
of the Butlers and other officers is referred to the Treasurer
and two others of the Bench. English,

Mr. Walter makes suit to be restored, but must first make
a detestation in writing under his hand of all popish religion,
and deliver the same to the Treasurer. English.

As Mr. Walter has done this to the contentment of Mr.
Treasurer and the rest of the Bench, he is to be restored
and come into commons. English.

The following vacationers are fined for absence at
Christmas, viz. Messrs. Harris, Demerie, Claye, Tiderley, Ridgley,
Merricke, Farre, Onslow, Burgoyn, Jacobbe, Cotton, Mallett,
Stile {egrotahat teste Magistro Edwardo Combes), Weden, Bellin-
jam, Capoll, Carvell, Knatchbull, KnatchbuU, KnatchbuU,
Knatchbull, Spore, Boys (struck out).

Messrs. L. Hide, Tumour, Thomas Waters, Cassey, and
Vigoras are called to the degree of the Utter Bar by Mr.
Agmundisham.

Admissions: — 10 Feb., 1588. Mr. Henry, second son of
Henry Tokefeld of Baldwick, Herts, gent:, deceased, gene-
rally; fine, 53s. 4d. 11 Feb. Mr. Henry, son and heir-
apparent of Andrew Reade of Faccombe, Hants, gent-, specially;
no fine, for reasons moving the Treasurer. Bound with his
father. 12 Feb. Mr. John, son and heir- apparent of

William Churchill of Dorchester, Dorset, gent., generally ;
fine, 405. Bound with Messrs. Swayne and Freake. Mr.
Robert, second son of Robert Freake of Iweme Court-
ney, Dorset, esq., generally; fine, 40s. Bound with
Messrs. Swayne and Churchill. Also to the chamber of
Messrs. Swaine and Thomas Freake, in expectancy ; fine,
4Z. 13 Feb. Mr. Walter, son and heir-apparent of

Walter Kendall of Pelin, Cornwall, esq., generally; fine,
53s. 4d. Boimd with Messrs. Courtney and Saule. Mr.
Richard, fourth son of William Browne of Wormingford, Essex,
deceased, generally; fine, 30s. Bound with Mr. Edward
Combes.* Mr. Richard, son and heir of Robert Garrett of
St. Laurens Pountney, London, and late of Cliffordes Inne,
gent, generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Sibthorpe and
Onslowe. 15 Feb. Mr. Henry, second son of Francis

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Stradlinge of St. Georges, Somerset, esq., and late of New
Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Hugh
Portman and Lutterell. 19 Feb. Mr. Daniel, son and heir-
apparent of William Fowlar of Stonehouse, Gloucestershire,
gent., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Mr. Thomas Stevens.
20 April, 1589. Mr. William, son and heir of John Williams
of Breckenocke, gent., generally; fine, 40s. Boimd with Messrs.
David Williams and Edmund Morgan. 23 April Mr.

Henry, son and heir-apparent of WilUam Goodere of Kerby
Monachorum, Warwickshire, esq., generally ; fine, 30s. Bound
with Mr. Andrew Brooke. Mr. Andrew, second son of

Andrew Brooke of Kerby Monachorum, Warwickshire, esq.,
deceased, generally; fine, 30s. Bound with Mr. Goodere.
25 April. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of Oliver Aysh-
comb of liford, Berks, gent., specially ; fine, 41. Bound with
Messrs. Nicolas Kempe and Goddell. Mr. William, son and
heir-apparent of Thomas Willford of Iledinge, Kent, knt,,
specially; fine, 31. 6s. 8d. Bound with Mr. Boys of the
Bench. 26 April. Mr. Edmimd, son and heir-apparent of
Richard Conquest of Haugton Conquest, Beds, esq., gene-
rally; fine, 40s. Bound with Mr. Williams. 30 April.
Mr. Charles, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Waringe of
Burie Hall, Warwickshire, esq., and late of New Inn, gent.,
generally; fine, 20s. Boimd with Messrs. Brookes and
Goodere.

At a Parliament holden 9 Hay, 31 Eliz., 1589.

The following vacationers are fined for absence from the
reading of Mr. Agmimdysham in Lent, viz. : — Utter Barristers:
Messrs. Godarte, Goodwin, Amyas, Curtys. Inner Bar-
risters: Messrs. Cottell, Ridgley, Doddinge, Merricke, Whet-
combe, Walcott, Burgoyn, Fisher, Packer, Mallett, Kemis,
Aysheleye, Enatchbull, Knatchbull, Enatchbull, EnatchbuU,
Capell, Carvell, Tokefeld.

The Utter Barristers shall sit at the three highest tables on
the south side of the Hall, and not elsewhere ; and none shall
sit at the said tables but themselves, except it shall be to
make up the mess. Unglish.

Mr. Walter shall be associate to the Bench and sit with
them at their table. English.

As by the Queen's writ Mr. Thomas Hannam and Mr.

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Thomas Harris are appointed Seijeants-at-Law, and also Mr.
Oibbes has been appointed Reader for next Autumn, it is
ordered that Mr. Gybbes shall not read then, but only Mr.
Harris, and not Mr. Hannam for his second reading, b^^use
Mr. Harris is the junior Serjeant, according to the old order of
2 Hen. VIII. as appears in the old Parliament Book. (See p. 32.)

No gentleman owing money for commons shall depart out
of commons until he has paid. If any one departs, he shall
pay for commons during the time he is away, one moiety to
be to the use of those in commons, and the other to the
House. English,

Admissions : — Mr. Amyas to the three upper chambers used
by Mr. Tusser, deceased ; no fine, because he bought the right
of one Yoimge, to whom Mr. Tusser sold it. 25 April, 1589.
Mr. John Ayshecombe to the chamber of Messrs. Overburye
and Elmer in place of the latter; fine, 5^. Mr. Robert
Cotton to the chamber of Messrs. Stampe and HobUn in place
of the latter; fine, 5/. 10 May. Mr. Henry, second son of

Nicolas Bacon of Regrave, Suffolk, knt., specially; fine, 41.
Bound with Mr. Edward Bacon. 12 May. Mr. Thomas

Dabber to the chamber of Messrs. Nutte and Neale on sur-
render by the latter; fine, 61. 13s. 4rf. Mr. Francis, second
son of Ralf Clive of Walforde, Shropshire, esq., deceased, and
late of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with
Messrs. Corbet and Wilkinson. 17 May. Mr. James, son

and heir-apparent of Richard Tomkins of Monington, Hereford-
shire, and late of New Inn, gent., generally ; fine, 20s. Bound
with Messrs. Rudhall and Pryce. 3 June. Mr. Henry,

second son of Thomas Boyle of Hereford, gent., deceased, and
late of New Inn, gent., specially ; fine, 4/. Bound with Messrs.
Hunte and Austen. 7 June. Mr. Richard Braye of New

Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s.

At a Parliament holden 18 June, 81 Eliz., 1589.

Mr. Thomas Hannam, chosen Serjeant by the Queen's writ,
offered to be Assistant to Mr. Harris, chosen Serjeant at the
same time, during his Autumn reading.

Messrs. Gybbes, Snygge, Williams, and Ewans are appointed
to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Hamond, Stevens, sen., Onslowe, and Northcott are
appointed to provide the Reader s feast.



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Mr. Cotton is restored to the House and to his antiquity,
provided that he must privately get the goodwill of all the
Masters of the Bench at their chambers. English,

The order made for payment of commons is confirmed, as
entered on the previous page. English.

1 7 June. Messrs. Robert Edolphe and John Woode, before the
Treasurer, released to Messrs. Rudhall and Laurence Hyde their
right in a chamber over the kitchen on the west side, to which
Rudhall and Hide had been admitted byPopham,then Treasurer.

Admissions: — Mr. Amias to the three highest chambers
of the late Mr. Tusser's building, which he had pawned
to one John Younge, paying lOZ. to Francis, son of the
late Mr. Tusser. 28 June. Mr. Richard, second son of
Richard Thornehill of Bromley, Kent, esq., specially ; fine, 5/.
Bound with Mr. Browne. 29 June. Mr. William, second
son of David Parrie of Comtider, Cardiganshire, and late of
New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 205. Bound with Messrs.
Price and William Williams. 17 Jime. Mr. Brodnax to
the chamber of Messrs. Hall and Robert Edolphe in place of
the latter ; no fine, because Mr. Brodnax paid Mr. Edolphe and
also because Edolphe released his right in another chamber to
Rudhall and Hide. 20 Jime. William Harbert, knt., of

St. Julian's, Monmouthshire, specially; no fine, because it seemed
good to the Under Treasurer. 8 Aug. Christopher, second

son of Thomas Harris, now Reader, specially, being excused from
all oflBces but that of Reader. Signed : Tho. Harris, Lector. Th.
Bowyer. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Edmund Moore
of London, esq., specially; fine, 10s., by favour of Thomas
Harris, Reader, and because he was of New Inn. Humfrey
Englishe of New Inn, specially; fine, 10s., by favour of Mr.
Harris and because he was of New Inn. Robert, son of
Thomas Niccolles of Walden, Essex, gent, specially; fine, 10s.,
by favour of Mr. Harris and because he was of New Inn.
Signed as above. Peter, son of John Weekes of Chewe
Magna, Somerset, gent., and late of New Inn, gent., specially ;
fine, 105., by favour of Mr. Harris. Signed as above. 2 Aug.

Mr. Thomas, second son of Robert Kemishe, late of Cuckling-
ton, Somerset, gent., deceased, and late of New Inn, gent.,
generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Swanton and Grove.
6 Aug. Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Lower
of Winnow, Cornwall, esq., and late of New Inn, gent.,



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generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Mr. Trefrye. 15 Oct Mr.

Waiiam, son and heir of William Fleete of Godmersham, Kent,
esq., deceased, generally; fine, 53s. 4:d. Bound with Mr. Hall.
7 Aug.* After deliberation and examination by Mr. Harris,
Reader, Serjeant-at-Law elect, Mr. Fenner and Mr. Fletewood,
Serjeants-at-Law, and Mr. Bowyer, a Master of the Bench, it is
agreed that considering their antiquity and progress in studies
the following shall be called to the degree of the Utter Bar,
viz.: — Messrs. Wyett, G. Cole, Tomlyns, Kele, Bowyer, Hed-
dington, Vowell, Phetiplace, Watson, Marten, Bacon and
Robert Smythe.

Messrs. Beacher, Kempe, Peycock, and Blomer. (These four
names are in a separate line, with W. Fletetvoode*s signature in the
margin). Signed : Tho. Harris, Lector. Th. Bowyer.

At a Parliament holden 17 Oct., 81 EUz.

Mr. Snygg was chosen Reader for next Autumn; in his
default, Mr. Willims, and in his default, Mr. Ewans.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
firom Mr. Harris' reading last Autumn: — Utter Barristers:
Messrs. Goodwin, Godart, Amias, Trevanion, Curtis, and Vigores.
Inner Barristers : Messrs. Walcott, Burgoin, Fisher, Packer, R.
Cotton, Mallett, G. Lewes, Aysheley, Carvell, T. Kendall, Spore,
Clavell, W. Kendall, Stradling, Godeare, and Waring.

Each of the two Serjeants, Messrs. Thomas Hannam and
Thomas Harris, shall have twenty marks.

The Steward shall deliver within seven days after the Par-
liament a note of all those who are behind more than three
weeks in payment of their commons. If they do not pay one
week after this, and warning given by a Butler through the
Hall, they shall be put out of the House. English.

In reply to a petition of the widow of Mr. Amyas, the
Treasurer shall have power to admit fellows of the House to
the three garret chambers and the place where he kept his
office, for such fines as shall seem good to him ; and he shall
pay 35^. thereof to her, being the sum which her husband
very lately paid for the same. The remainder shall be given
to Mr. Francis Tusser, in respect of his father's cost in building
and his petition. Unglish.

Of those called to the degree of the Utter Bar by Mr.
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Harris, the following only are confirmed, viz. : — Messrs. Becher,
Wiett, Thomlins, Kele, Kempe, Bowyer, Fetiplace, Vowell,
Martin, and Wattson.

Admissions: — 25 Oct., 1589. Mr. Barnabas, son and heir
of William Leygh of St. Catherine's, Cornwall, gent., deceased,
and late of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s. 28 Oct.
Mr. Strett to the chamber of Messrs. Court, Brigges, and
Leyghe, in expectancy; fine, 40s. 29 Oct. Mr. Thomas,

second son of Thomas Palmere, knt., of Angmeringe,
Sussex, specially; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs. Grove and
Carvell. 30 Oct. Mr. Raphael, son and heir of Henry
Htmte of Handley, Worcestershire, gent., and late of New
Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Henry
Himt and John Gardner. 3 Nov. Mr. John, son and heir-
apparent of John Connock of Treworgie, Cornwall, gent.,
specially ; fine, 41. Bound with Messrs. Richard Connock and
Emanuel Chamond. 7 Nov. Mr. Carvell to the chamber
of Messrs. Croftes and Claye in place of the latter ; fine, only
40s., at Mr. Brygges* request. 9 Nov. Mr. John Churchill
to the chamber of Messrs. Plowden and Sawle in place of the
latter ; fine, 3L 6s. 8d. Mr. Robert; third son of Christopher
Davemporte of Wodforde, Cheshire, esq., specially ; fine, 53s. Ad.
Bound with Messrs. Ferrers and Crompton. 10 Nov. Mr.

Robert Davemport to the chamber of Messrs. Hygges and
Wisman on the discontinuance of the former; fine, 40s.
11 Nov. Mr. Thomas Farwell to the chamber of Messrs.
Richard Farwell and William Tonge in expectancy of the
former; fine, 40s. 11 Nov. Mr. Leonard Robertson to the

chamber of Mr. Chalons and Banister in place of the former ;
fine, 4/. 12 Nov. Mr. Henry Reade to the chamber of

Messrs. Robertson and Banister in place of the latter ; no fine,
because Andrew Reade, his father, paid 51. for a chamber
which he could not have, during Mr. Ameredeth's Treasurership.
Mr. Antony Luthar to the chamber of Mr. James Morrise of
the Bench and his son, John ; fine, 40s. Mr. Simon Wiseman
to the chamber of Mr.* Davemport with the said Mr. Davem-
port, to which chamber Mr. Philip Cole and Mr. John
Marshall have been admitted, and in which Mr. Wiseman lay,
by permission ; fine, 40s. Mr. Robert George to the chamber
of Messrs. Christopher George and Leonard Robertson in place of
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the latter; fine, 31. 6s. 8d. 13 Nov. Mr. Thomas, son and
heir-apparent of Antony Bridges of Westminster, esq., and late
of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 205. Bound with Mr.
George Carew. 17 Nov. Mr. Thomas Thompson to the

chamber of Messrs. Peter Watson and Butcher in expectancy
of Mr. Watson; fine, 20s. Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent
of John Whetley of Tarring, Sussex, gent., and late of
Clementes Inne, gent., specially; fine, 4/. Bound with Mr.
Bowyer.

At a Parliament holden 21 Noy., 82 Eliz., 1589.

The feast of Christmas shall not be solemnly kept. Com-
mons shall be continued till next term. A cartload of coals
and 408. for the minstrels shall be allowed to those who
remain.

Mr. Gybbes was chosen Reader for next Lent.

Mr. Snigg was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

Admissions: — 23 Nov., 1589. Mr. Peires, second son of
Peirse Edgcombe of Mount Edgcombe, Cornwall, generally;
fine, 538. 4rf. Boimd with Messrs. John Strode and LutterelL

1 Dec. Mr. Francis, son and heir-apparent of John Popham,
esq., Attorney- General, of Wellington, Somerset, specially; no
fine, because his father is one of the Masters of the Bench.

2 Dec. Mr. George, son and heir of Walter Sidenham of
Winslade, Devon, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 53s. 4rf.
Bound with Messrs. Newbourgh and Lutterell. 2 Jan.,
1589. Mr. Francis, third son of Antony Aishley of Dameram,
Wilts, esq., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. New-
bourgh and Fowell. , 27 Jan. Mr. Fletwodd, son and heir
of Peter Dormer of Shepenlee, Bucks, gent., specially ; fine, 41.
Mr. John Ailmer, third son of John, bishop of London, speci-
ally ; fine, 5/. Bound with his brother and Nicolas Kempe.

At a Parliament holden 6 Feb., 82 Eliz., 1589.

Mr. Agmondesham was chosen Assistant to Mr. Gibbes,
Reader for next Lent.

Messrs. Snygge, Williams, Ewans, and Courte are appointed
to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Simondes, Alman, Tatnall, and Portman are appointed
to provide the Reader s feast.

The following vacationers at Christmas are fined, viz.: —



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Messrs. Cotton, Umbervile, Stile, Davies, A. Kemishe, G. Lewes,
J. Harris, R. Aishley, Knatchbull, KnatchbuU, Knatchbull,
Knatchbull, Grove, Capell, Kendall, Jo. Boys {egrotdbat pro
eerto\ Clavell, Brygges, Tokefelde, Freake {egroL), Kendall,
Stradlinge, D. Fowlar, Goodeare, Conquest, Waringe, Clive,
Braye, R. Hunt.

Divers gentlemen put out of commons for misorder on
Candlemas night, have petitioned to be restored and pay a fine
of 10/. They shall pay the fine, and the mitigation thereof
and their restitution is referred to the Treasurer. English.

Gentlemen owing money for commons, pensions, and
Serjeants Roll shall pay before next Monday at dinner.
Those who do not, shall be put out of commons and pay for
commons till all dues are paid. English.

Copy of the continuation of a grants made in 1588 to
William Carter for his pains in keeping the House and
keeping the gates locked every night, permitting him to
remain in the House with Madam Cane and have the use of
part of the same, and also to have the old kitchen. Middle
Temple Hall, 7 Jime, 1589. The original signed by John
Popham, Thomas Hannam, Thomas Harris, Thomas Farmer,
Peter Roos, Richard Crompton, Thomas Bowyer, John
Agmondesham, Jo. Boys, Richard Lewknor, Matthew Cracherod,
Jo. Savile, William Weston, Richard Johnson, John Shurley.

This grant is assented to at this Parliament by all the
Masters of the Bench, and willed to be entered, leaving out the
words of interlining, as they are here left out. English.

In the matter of Calthorp's complaint against George Carre
touching the reformation of divers unreasonable bargains and
contracts, Calthorpe was ordered to pay 150/. to Carre before
the end of the next term, which is long past, and no perform-
ance of the said payment ; this Parliament orders that he may
sue by his recognisances or take any other way to recover his
money. English.

The petition of Messrs. Symondes, Totthill, and Grafton to
have some estate granted to them upon the new building of
their inner chamber, is referred to the Treasurer. English.

Messrsw Purye, Swanton, and Strode are admitted to the
degree of the Utter Bar by Mr. Gybbes.

Admissions: — Mr. William Sandis to the chamber of his
father, the Treasurer, and Edwin Sandis, his brother. No one



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else shall be admitted thereto, as Mr. Sandis of the Bench
built two chambers over that where he now is. 12 Fel?.,

1589. Mr. William Curtis to the chamber of Messrs. Thomas
Popham and Calton in place of the former; fine, 20&
11 Feb. Mr. Ed¥dn, second son of Edwin Sandis, archbishop
of York, deceased, specially; no fine, because he is nephew
of the Treasurer. Bound with Mr. Cranmer. Gteorge, son
and heir-apparent of Thomas Cranmer of Canterbury, gent.,
specially; &ie, 3/. Bound with Mr. Edwin Sandis, Mr.
John, son and heir-apparent of John Newporte of Welton,
Northants, gent., and late of New Inn, gent., generally ; fine,
20s. Bound with Messrs. Dier and Harvie. 20 Feb. Mr.
Stephen, fifth son of John Driden of Aishbye, Northants, esq.,
deceased, specially; fine, 31. 65. 8d, 23 Feb. Mr. Francis,
son and heir-apparent of Francis Bowme of Witlington, Somer-
set, gent., and late of New Inn, gent., generally; fine, 20s.
Bound with Messrs. Lite and Aishley. Mr. Richard

Browne to the chamber of Messrs. Goddell and Wheteley in
place of the former, who forfeited by discontinuance; fine, 30s.
18 March, 1589. Mr. Edward, second son of James Bisse of
Badcombe, Somerset, esq., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with
Mr. Reynell. 18 April, 1590. Mr. Benjamin, third son

of James Rudierd of Winchfeild, Hants, and late of New Inn,
gent., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with his father and
Englishe. 24 April. Mr. Gasper, fourth son of John Miller

of Came, Dorset, esq., generally ; fine, 53s. 4d. Bound with
Messrs. Churchill and Grove. 25 April. Mr. Thomas, son
and heir-apparent of Robert Gormyn of Rushbrooke, Suffolk,
knt., specially; fine, 4/. Bound with his father and Ed-
ward Bacon. 2 April. Mr. Newporte to the chamber of
Messrs. Croftes and Carvell in place of the former ; fine, 40s*
10 May. Mr. Thomas Whetley to the chamber of Messrs.
Alman and Goddell in place of the former; fine, 3/. 6s. 8d.
Mr. Robert, third son of Aiidrew Reade of Faccombe, Hants, esq.,
and late of Clementes Inne, gent., generally ; no fine, by the
Treasurer's wish. Bound with Messrs. Henry Reade and
Wilford. 3 May. Mr. Walter, second son of Robert Moyle
of Boughton Allow, Kent, esq., generally; fine, 53s. 4d. Bound
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At a Parliament holden 29 May, 82 Eliz^ 1590.

The gentlemen who cast commons shall henceforth view the
Steward s Rolls, and if they find any who have departed out of
commons without paying, they shall cast them in commons,
the whole benefit to redound to those in commons. The
Ancients in commons shall call on them to see this order
executed. Very many are greatly behind in payment of
pensions and vacations, and they must pay forthwith. Any
one neglecting this till the first Monday in Trinity term, shall
be put out of commons and yet pay commons as aforesaid.
Those with chambers shall forfeit them also. Those now out
of commons shall not be received into commons by the Master
Butler before they have paid all their debts to the Steward
and House. English,

The following vacationers are fined 20^. each for absence
from Mr. Gybbes' reading: — Utter Barristers: Messrs. Trevanion,
Curtis, Cassey. Inner Barristers: Messrs. A. Bellingham, A.
Kemishe, Robert Aishley, R. KnatchbuU, J. KnatchbuU, T.
Knatchbull, N. KnatchbuU, Capell, T. Kendall, Ja. Brigges,
W. Kendall, R. Hunt.

Sale by Francis Tusser of the Middle Temple of his father s
buildings in the Middle Temple to George Colbeme of the
Middle Temple for 72^., 30 Dec, 32 Eliz. English,

Release by George Colbeme to Miles Sandes, Treasurer, and
the Benchers, of the right bought by him, in consideration of



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