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1593-4] Minutes of Parliament. 335

Francis Moore and Thomas Sbawe. 29 June. Mr. Thomas,

son and heb-apparent of Thomas Robertes of Little Bracksted,
Essex, esq., generally; fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with Messrs.
Edward Combes and Robert Vigorua 1 July. Mr. Edward,

third son of Michael Abdey of London, gent., deceased, gene-
rally; fine, 3/. Boimd with Mr. Christopher Sibthorpe.
3 July. Mr. Edward, son and heir-apparent of Edward
Fomier, esq.. Justice of the Queen's Bench, specially, by
assent of the Masters of the Bench. 10 July. Thomas,

fifth son of John Baldwyn of Reddheathe, Herts, deceased,
specially. 12 July. Mr. Thomas, second son of Roger

Twysden of Est Pecham, Kent, esq., generally; fine, 3/.
Bound with Mr. Henry HaulL 13 July. Mr. Nicolas

Hide to the chamber of Messrs. James Clarke and Henry
Hide, his brother, in place of the latter; fine, 31. 21 Nov.
Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Matthew Dale, esq.,
apprentice of the law and fellow of the Middle Temple,
specially ; no fine, because his father is a Master of the Bench.

At a Parliament holden at St. Alban's, Herts,
21 Nov., 86 Eliz., 1598.

Mr. Cavell was chosen Reader for next Lent, and Mr.
Stampe for next Autumn.

Messrs. James Clarke and William Sandis are called to the
degree of the Utter Bar.

There shall be no public commons kept in the Middle
Temple until near the beginning of next term. English.

There was no conmions kept in the House from 7 July,
1593, to 19 January next by reason of the plague. English.

Admissions : — Mr. Rosse to the chamber of John Popham,
knt. Chief Justice of England, and Mr. R. Warr to the same
chamber. 22 Nov. Mr. Timothy Johnson to the chamber

of William Bruncker, knt., and Mr. Walter Fanshawe in place
of the latter, deceased ; fine, lOL 11 Jan. Mr. Dominic
Sarsfeild, late of New Inn, gent., third son of Edmimd Sarsfeild
of Cork, gent., generally; fine, 20«. Bound with Messra
Richard Sayer and Greorge Lea. 12 Jan. Mr. John, son

and heir-apparent of Edward Osborne of Stockbery, Kent,
gent., generally; fine, 53& 4d, Bound with Messra Edward
Combes and Robert Hewett 23 Jan. Mr. John, son and heir-
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23 Jan., 1593. Mr. John, son and heir of William Drurye,
LL.D., deceased, specially; fine, 31. 6s. 8rf. Bound with
Messrs. Edward Ayl worth and Thomas Forth. 25 Jan.

Mr. Henry, son and heir-apparent of David Williams, Seijeant-
at-Law elect, specially ; no fine, because his father is a Master
of the Bench. 26 Jaa Mr. John, son and heir-apparent
of John Sweete of Modburye, Devon, esq., generally; fine, 20«.,
at the instance of William Periam, knt., Chief Baron of the
Exchequer. Bound with Messrs. Richard Reynell and John
Legarde. 1 Feb. Mr. Thomas, second son of Thomas

Branston of Chelmondeston, Suffolk, gent, specially ; fine, only
3/., at the instance of Mr. Johnson, a Master of the Bench.
Bound with Mr. Johnson. 5 Feb. Mr. George, third son

of Miles Saudis of Isalhampsted Latimers, Bucks, esq.,
specially ; no fine, because his father is a Master of the Bench.
Mr. Henry, fourth son of Miles Sandis, as above. 6 Feb.

Mr. Henry, son and heir-apparent of John Savile, Serjeant-
at-Law elect, specially ; no fine, because his father is a Master
of the Bench. 7 Feb. Mr. William Billingsley to the
chamber of Messrs. Wood and Duffyeld in place of the latter ;
fine, 3/. Mr. Antony Weekes, late of Furnifalles Inne, gent,
son and heir-apparent of Christopher Weekes of Salisbury,
Wilts, gent, specially ; fine, 3/.

At a Parliament holden 8 Feb., 86 Eliz., 1598.

In accordance with the Queen's writ, Messrs. Lewknor,
Savile, and Williams are appointed Serjeants-at-Law. Ewens
was chosen Serjeant-at-Law and Baron of the Exchequer this
Hilary term.

Mr. Williams shall read the first week in Lent for his second
reading and not Mr. Lewknor and Mr. Savile, because
Mr. Williams is junior of the foresaid Serjeants, according to
the old order of 2 Hen. VIII., as appears in the old Parlia-
ment Book. (See p. 32.) Mr. Cavell shall retid the second
and third weeks of Lent for his first reading.

Mr. Marston was chosen Assistant to Mr. Williams and
Mr. Cavell, Readers.

Messrs. Cavell, Stampe, Ayleworth, and W. Combes are
appointed to wait at the Cupboard the first reading.

Messr& T. Stephens, Bowme, Jo. Portmann, and Latton are
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Messrs. Stampe, Ayleworth, Combes, and Haule are appointed
to wait at the Cupboard for the second reading.

Messrs. Heme, Jermye, F. Dormer, and Brockmann are
appointed to provide the Reader's feast for the second reading.

Mr. Denton is fined 13/. 65. 8d. for not reading. Paid.

Mr. Buttes shall be expelled from his chamber in the
parsonage house, unless he presently agrees with the Master
of the Temple for the said chamber. English.

Messrs. Coleford, Bennet, and Wilkinson are called to the
degree of the Utter Bar.

Messra Sayer, T. Younge, R. Reynell, Withens, Hutcheson,
Jo. Williams, James Welshe, and Wincoll are called to the
degree of the Utter Bar by Mr. Williams, Reader, Serjeant-at-
Law elect.

Messrs. Trowbridge, Sybthorpe, and Stowell are called to the
degree of the Utter Bar by Mr. Cavell, Reader.

Admissions: — Mr. John, son and heir of John Ewens of
Sudden, in the parish of Wind Caunton, Somerset, gent.,
specially ; gratis. Also to the chamber of Baron Ewens, gratis,
17 Feb. Mr. George, fifth son of George Gilbert of Wytcombe,
Somerset, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 30s., by Mr. WiUiams,
Reader. Bound with Messrs. Richard Reynell and George
Strode. Mr. John, fourth son of Thomas Ridgewaye of Tarmone,
Devon, esq., generally; fine, 53s. 4rf., by Mr. Williams, Reader.
Bound with Messrs. William Crocker and Alexander Maynarde.
Mr. Francis, second son of Thomas Hanbury of London, esq.,
generally ; fine, 26s. 8rf., by Mr. Williams, Reader. Bound with
Messrs. John Knighte and Nicolas Adames. 19 Feb.

Mr. Grermayne Poole, late of New Inn, gent., second son of
Germayne Poole of Radbome, Derbyshire, esq., generally ; fine,
20s. Bound with Messrs. Rowland Royle and John Canfeilde.
Roger Williams, knt,, specially, by Mr. Williams, Reader.
20 Feb. Mr. Richard, son and heir-apparent of William Rud-
hall of Rudhall, JSerefordshire, esq., specially, by Mr. Williams,
Reader. 20 Feb., 1593. Mr. Richard Hoskines, late of
New Inn, gent., son and heir of Richard Hoskines, late of
Mounmothe, gent., deceased, specially; fine, 405., by Mr.
Williams, Reader. Bound with Messrs. Alexander Rudhale
and Henry Blomer. 21 Feb. Mr. Thomas, son and heir-

apparent of George Smythe of Exeter, esq., generally; fine,
53«. 4d., by Mr. Williams, Reader. Bound with Mr. William

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Crocker. Antony Pawlet of George Hinton, Somerset, esq.,
Grovemor {dux) of the Isle of Jersey, specially, by Mr. Williams,
Reader. Herbert Crofte of Crofte, Herefordshire, esq., specially,
by Mr. Williams, Reader. 22 Feb. Mr. Thomas, son and
heir-apparent of Hugh Norris of St. Deacuman, Somerset, esq.,
specially; fine, U. Bound with Mr. Ralf StowelL Mr. Thomas,
third son of Robert Wythens, late of London, gent., deceased,
generally {vacat). 24 Feb. John Hawkines, knt., specially,
by Mr. Cavell, Reader. Mr. Marcellus Ryvers, late of New Inn,
gent., son and heir of John Ryvers of Bynsted, Hants, gent.,
deceased, generally; fine, 20«. Bound with Francis Harvey
and Thomas Triste. 24 Feb. Mr. Thomas Triste, late of

Clementes Inne. gent, second son of William Triste of Mayd-
ford, Northants, gent., deceased, generally; fine, 53s. 4id.
Boimd with Messrs. Francis Harvey and Marcellus Ryvers.
4 March. Mr. Thomas, second son of John Huggeford of
Henwood, Warwickshire, esq., specially; fine paid to the
Reader. Bound with Messrs. Alexander Rudhale and John
Harbome. 10 March. Mr. Hutchenson to the chamber

of Messrs. Craddocke and Gravenor in place of the latter, who
forfeited by discontinuance, being discharged of all pensions
and other charges hitherto due, at the instance of William Peham,
knt.. Chief Baron of the Exchequer; fine, U. 12 March.

Mr. John Culpeper, late of Clementes Inne, gent, son and heir
of Francis Culpeper, late of HoUingborn, Kent, esq., deceased,
generally; fine, 53s. 4cf. Bound with Messrs. John Culpeper,
sen., and Thomas Edolphe. Mr. Edward, third son of Edmund
Tynte of Wraxall, Somerset, gent, deceased, generally; fine,
53s. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. John Tynte and George Hooper.
30 March, 36 Eliz., 1594. Mr. Thomas Nicholas, late of New
Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of Reginald Nicholas of Prest-
bury, Gloucestershire, gent, generally; fine, 20s. Bound with
Messrs. Thomas Stephens and Nicolas Harvey. 17 April.

Mr. Richard, son and heir of William Chalcrofte of Kyngsnothe,
Kent, gent, generally ; fine, U. Bound with Messrs. William
Plummer and William Swalmann. Mr. Urias, second son of
Henry Coppleston of Yalmeton, Devon, esq., generally; fine,
42. Bound with Messrs. William Crocker and Alexander
Maynard. 18 ApriL Mr. Maurice, son and heir-apparent

of Henry Barkley of Bruton, Somerset, knt, specially ; fine, bl
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19 April. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of John Wash-
bourne of Wichenford, Worcestershire, esq., specially ; fine, 3/.
Bound with Mr. Richard Daston. Mr. Greorge, second son
of George Chute of Bread, Sussex, esq., specially; fine, 4L
Bound with Messrs, John Culpeper and Thomas Edolphe.
21 April Mr. Thomas, second son of Thomas Hannam,
Serjeant-at-Law, deceased, generally ; no fine, because his father
was a Master of the Bench. Mr. Thomas, third son of Roger
Warre of Hestercombe, Somerset, esq., specially.

At a Parliament holden 22 April, 86 Eliz., 1594.

Mr. Stampe was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

Mr. Ayleworth is fined 405. for default in standing at the
Cupboard.

Messrs. Chamond, Phelpes, Robert Davies, Fulnetby, and R.
Moore are called to the degree of the Utter Bar.

Mr. Denton must pay the fine for not reading forthwith,
according to the order in Hilary term. English.

The Utter Barristers called by Mr. Williams, Serjeant elect,
and by Mr. Cavell in their readings, are confirmed. English.

Orders sent to the Inns of Court and Chancery by the
Judges in Hilary Term» 86 Eliz.» by them thougrht meet
to be observed, but referred to every House of Court
to consider, and the Benchers to answer.

1. That none bo called to the Bar but those of convenient
continuance who have used the exercises of the House, as in
arguing of cases, " putting at boltes," and keeping the moots
and exercises three years at least.

2. That not above three or four be called to the Bar at
any reading, and those to be called by the Reader, where in
times past it has been so used, of such as he will stand to
answer for; but those names only are to stand who shall be
allowed by the Bench at the first Parliament the next term
after the call, or otherwise by the Grand Council where it
hath been so used. The names of those called are to be de-
livered by the Reader or Treasurer the said next term to the
ancientest Justice of the House. If there be none such, then
to the Chief Justice.

3. That none be admitted to read but those who are



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esteemed for their learning and credit, fit to serve in the
common weal, and who have attended the reading in the
exercises there two years before their call to that place ; imless
it is thought otherwise convenient for some reasonable cause
of let to be signified to the ancientest Justices of that House,
or if none such be, then to the Chief Justice.

4. That no single Reader be admitted to read in Lent, but
that the same reading be always supplied by a double Reader
as heretofore has been accustomed, unless upon some special
occasion to be allowed by the Justices of the House, or by the
Chief Justices and Chief Baron, or two of them.

5. That before any be called to read, a note of the names
of three or four next in turn to read be delivered to the Justices
of the House, or to the Chief Justices and Chief Baron.

* 6. That the readings be held out the whole three weeks as
in ancient time, and the former good orders for diet and guests
to be admitted in readings be observed.

7. That none be called to the Bar by any letters, corruption,
or reward, on pain of expulsion of the Reader who calleth,
and of the person called.

8. That the Readers be always moved to make their case
short, not containing above two or three points at the most,
and those as much upon the Statute read on as may be.

9. That in the moots, both in the Houses of Court and
Chancery, the pleadings be rehearsed and used as in former
times, and thereupon to go to the case, but not without the
pleadings drawn, pleaded, and recited. That no case in any
Inn of Chancery contain above three points or questions at
most, and that the cases be short. English,

The Answer of the Benchers of the Middle Temple to the
Orders delivered by the Judges in Hilary Term, 86 Eliz.

1. This article is the ancient and still continued order and
use of the House, saving, that the time was not limited to
three years, and that sometimes men of good discretion, being
of abUity in living, by office or otherwise, and of long con-
tinuance in the House, and such as were not like to use the
Bars in the Courts at Westminster, have been admitted into
the Society of Utter Barristers.

2. Of ancient time the Utter Barristers were only called by
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Act of their Parliament, 7 Eliz., it was ordained that no
Reader should call any Utter Barrister, unless it were first
assented to in Parliament and appointed how many he should
call Since then, by the orders established by the Queen's
command, with the advice of the Privy Council and Justices,
16 Eliz., and renewed 26 Eliz., none is to be called to the
Utter Bar but by the ordinary council of the House in term
time. Afterwards, 31 Eliz., it was ordained by Parliament of
this House that a double Reader should call four only and a
single Reader two, of such good students as they thought
meet, whom the Bench might disallow. The Bench also had
liberty to call such good students as were not called in due
time by the Readers and yet deserved the preferment of the
Utter Bar.

3. That by the ancient orders still continued, four of the
ancient Utter Barristers are bound to keep four vacations and
to stand at the Cupboard four readings next before their turn
to read, and there to argue the Reader's cases and keep
moots and cases of the House ; out of which four the
Benchers at their Parliament choose the most sufficient man
for learning, discretion, ability, and other gifts to be the next
Summer Reader.

4. The ancient order has always been to supply the reading
in Lent by double Readers, which order is still continued,
unless there happened to be just occasion to supply the
vacation with a single Reader.

5. They have never used any such order, and think that they
in their Parliament in conference together, of their knowledges
touching any Reader to be called, may best discern touching
his exercise, touching his knowledge, gifts of utterance, dis-
cretion and ability to maintain his countenance, considering
they have lived many years before with him.

6. The sixth agrees with their ancient orders, and is now
very necessary to be thoroughly renewed and duly observed.

7. By their Parliament, 22 Eliz.,' it is ordered that none sue
by letters or otherwise directly or indirectly to be preferred to
the Bar, on pain of disgrace by rejecting him.

8. This was the ancient order, and they intend to renew it
by authority of their Parliament.

9. It is the ancient order of the House, and they continue
it, and will see it renewed in their Inn of Chancery.



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The Benchers will willingly endeavour to cause these orders
to be observed for their time, and have established them at
their present Parliament English.

The following vacationers are fined for absence from the
reading of Messrs. Williams and Cavell, in Lent, 1593, No names.

Admissions : — Messrs. Richard Warre, John Horner, Thomas
Hannam, and Thomas Warre to the chamber late Mr. Rosse's
over the door or gate of the Middle Temple ; gratis, at the
instance of John Popham, knt., Chief Justice. 26 April,

1594. Mr. Henry, son and heir-apparent of Roger Ashforde of
Ashforde, Devon, esq., specially ; fine, 3/. 6s, Sd. Bound with
Messrs. James Clarke and Richard Warre. Mr. Browghton to
the chamber of Messrs. Craddocke and Hutchenson on the
death of the former ; no fine, because he was admitted to the
same chamber in expectancy by Mr. Amerideth, then Treasurer,
12 May, 22 Eliz. 27 ApriL Mr. Peter, son and heir of
John Mounsell, late of Waymouth and Melcombe Regis,
Dorset, gent, deceased, specially ; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs.
Richard Swayne and Giles Phelpes. 28 ApriL Mr. John

Osborne to the three highest chambers with the garret, of Mr.
Tusser's building, with Mr. Antony Fettiplace ; fine, 5/. Mr.
WiUiam Davis, late of New Inn, gent, third son of Thomas
Davis of Quynton, Gloucestershire, gent, generally; fine,
208. 4 May, 1594. Henry, earl of Northumberland,

K.G., specially. Charles Percy, knt, brother of the said
earl, specially. Antony, viscoimt Mountague, specially.

7 May. Mr. John, third son of Vincent Calmadye, late of
Wemburye, Devon, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 535. 4rf.
Bound with Messrs. Josiah Calmadye and William Crocker.

8 May. Mr. John, son and heir of John Arrundell, late of
Trerize, Cornwall, esq., deceased, specially ; fine, 51, Bound
with Messrs. Richard Carewe and Henry Sumaster. Mr.
Richard, son and heir of John Tresilian, late of Newlynn,
Cornwall, esq., deceased, specially; fine, 51. Bound with
Messrs. Robert Davis and Richard Reynell. Mr. Thomas,
fourth son of William Mohun, late of Boconnock, Cornwall,
knt, deceased, specially ; fine, 51, 9 May. Richard Smale-
wood and Arthur Blunt, Butlers, to the upper chamber with
the garret in the house late belonging to Thomas Dashe, gar-
dener of the Middle Temple, saving the right of Margaret, his
widow. Mr. George Duflf, late of New Inn, gent, son and



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heir-apparent of Thomas Duflf of Tredath, in Ireland, generally ;
fine, 20a. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas Adams and (George
Lea. 14 May. Mr. John, son and heir of Robert Longher,

late of Timbye, Pembrokeshu^, esq., deceased, generally ; fine,
53s. 4rf. Bound with Mr. Richard Martyn. Mr. Humfrey
Walrond to the chamber and study of Mr. John Portman with
his assent; fine, 3/. 6^. 8d. 15 May. Mr. Thomas, third

son of Francis Culpeper, late of HoUingbome, Kent, esq.,
deceased, generally; fine, 535. 4d. Bound with Messrs. John
Culpeper and John Baynham. Mr. Thomas, son and heir of
Giles Straungwayes, late of Muston, Dorset, gent., deceased,
generally; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs. Robert Ashley and
Thomas Culpeper. 22 May. Mr. Nicolas Kardiff, late of

New Inn, gent., second son of James Kardiif of Dunsincke,
CO. Dublin, gent., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs.
Thomas Niccolas and George DufiF. 3 1 May. Mr. Samuel
White, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of John White
of Shenfield, Essex, gent., generally; fine, 20«. Bound with
Messrs. Edward Combes and William Sames. Mr. Richard,

son and heir of Robert Bennet of Law Whitton, Cornwall,
gent, generally ; fine, 3/. 65. 8d. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas
Kempe and Thomas Reynoldes. 9 June. Mr. Gilbert, son

and heir-apparent of George Trobridge of Crediton, Devon,
gent, specially; fine, 51. Bound with Messrs. John Danyell
and Robert Davea 13 June. Mr. Hovenden to the cham-

ber of Messrs. Robertson and Henry Reade in place of the
former; fine, 51.



At a Parliament holden 14 June, 86 Eliz., 1594.

Mr. Cavell was chosen Assistant to Mr. Stampe, Reader
for next Autumn.

Messrs. Ayleworth, W. Combes, Haule, and R. Symondes are
appointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. James Walrond, Jo. Delabere, Jenour, and T. Smythe
are appointed to provide the Reader's feast.

Mr. H. Welshe is called to the degree of the Utter Bar.

Mr. Fabian Phillippes shall have one of the next chambers
void, the Readers being all placed to their contentment.
£ngli8h.

Mr. Tetsworth's petition to have the little house at the left



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hand of the going out of the Temple Gate, now used by
Carter as a kitchen, is referred to Mr. Treasurer. English.

Admissions : — Mr. Bowyer, a Master of the Bench, to the
chamber of Mr. Lewknor, Seijeant-at-Law. Mr. Henry, son
of David Williams, Serjeant-at-Law, and Mr. Edward PhiUlppes
to David Williams' chamber. (Note : — Mr. Phillippes admis-
sion void, quia in aliam eameram admittitur,) 18 June. Mr.
Richard, son and heir-apparent of Jerome Weston of Roxwell,
Essex, esq., generally ; fine, 3/. 6& 8d. Bound with his father
and William TyflFyn, esq. 20 June. Mr. Jasper, second

son of Hugh Norris of St. Deacuman, Somerset, esq., generally;
fine, 31. Bound with Messrs. Ralf Stawell and Thomas Norris,
his brother. 22 July. Mr. Richard Waddinge. late of New
Inn, gent,, son and heir of Thomas Waddinge of Waterford,
Ireland, gent, generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messra
George Lea and Dominic Sarsfeild. 3 Aug. Mr. Thomas,

son and heir-apparent of Richard Mulso of Burton, Northants,
gent, generally; fine, 538. 4d. Bound with Messrs. Henry
Mounta^gue and Francis Gifford. 1 7 Aug. Mr. John Smyth,
late of Clementes Inne, gent, son and heir of Thomas Smythe,
late of Ho why, Leicestershire, gent, deceased, generally ; fine,
31. Bound with Messrs. Francis Harvey and Thomas Trist
Mr. William, son and heir of John Thomas, late of Cos-
tantyn, Cornwall, gent, deceased, generally; fine, 31. Boimd
with Messrs. Thomas Trefrye and Kellam Jenour. 18 Aug.

Mr. Edward, third son of John Pinchon, late of Writtell, Essex,
esq., deceased, specially; fine, 4Z. 8 Oct Mr. Edward

Ferrers, late of Clementes Inne, gent, second son of Humfrey
Ferrers of Tamworth, Warwickshire, knt, generally ; fine, 40s.
Bound with Mr. Humfrey Walrond. 9 Oct Mr. Edward,

third son of Richard Sharpham, late of Colehanger, DtBvon,
gent, deceased, generally; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs.
Humfrey Englishe and Peter Weekes. 10 Oct. Mr.

Charles, third son of John Newporte of Welton, Northants,
gent, generally ; fine, 31. Bound with Messrs. John Carvile
and John Newport Also to the chamber of Messrs. John
Carvile and John Newport in place of the latter, his brother ;
fine, 31. 6s. 8d. Mr. William, fourth son of Thomas Brod-
nax of Godmersham, Kent, gent., generally ; fine, 31. Bound
with Messrs. Henry Haule and Thomas Brodnax, his brother.
Mr. Henry, second son of Henry Mumpesson of Cortington,



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Wilts, esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 3/. Bound with Mr.
Richard Swayne. 11 Oct. Mr. William, second son of

John Wattes, citizen and alderman of London, specially;
fine, 51. Boimd with Messrs. Alexander Hamond and Edmund
Style. Mr. Henry Blomer to the chamber of Messrs. Plow-
den and Miller in place of the former; fine, 40s. 12 Oct.
Mr. George, son and heir-apparent of George Trencharde of
Wolveton, Dorset, knt., specially ; fine, 51, Bound with Messrs.
John Strode and John Luttrell. 16 Oct Messrs. James
Whitlocke and Humfrey Maye to the middle chamber of the
house late belonging to Thomas Dashe, gardener of the Middle
Temple, at the petition of Richard Smalewood and Arthur
Blunt, Butlers; fine, 405. Mr. William, son and heir of
Thomas Hodges, late of Speckington, Somerset, gent., deceased,
specially ; fine, 51. Boimd with Mr. Giles Phelpes. 19 Oct.

Mr. Symon, second son of Clyflford, late of Boltescomb,

Wilts, esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 31. Bound with Messrs.
Josiah Calmadye and John Calmadye. 2 5 Oct. Mr. Thomas,
son and heir-apparent of Thomas Tompson of Frinsbury, Kent,
gent., generally ; fine, 31. 6s. 8d. Bound with Messrs. Henry
Haule and Thomas Brodnax.

At a Parliament holden 25 Oct., 36 Eliz., 1594.

Mr. Cratchroode, on his petition, was discharged from his



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